Pelco KBD4000 Multiplexer Keyboard_spec

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
matrix systems and controls
KBD4000 Multiplexer Keyboard
FULL-FUNCTIONALITY, FIXED/VARIABLE SPEED, JOYSTICK PTZ CONTROL
Product Features
• Remote Control of Multiplexer Functions
• Select up to 256 Cameras from One Keyboard Connected to a String
of MX4000 Genex® Multiplexers
• Select up to 128 Cameras from a Maximum of Four Keyboards
through an MX4000SVR Genex Multiplexer Server
• Joystick for Fixed Speed and Variable Speed Control of Pan/Tilt Units
• Preset Position and Pattern Control
• Main and Spot Monitor Control
• Digital Zoom Control on Main Monitor
• Auxiliary Operation
The KBD4000 keyboard is a full-function keyboard controller for the
MX4000 Genex® Multiplexer and the MX4000SVR Genex Multiplexer
Server.
When used with a Genex multiplexer, the KBD4000 keyboard is
capable of Coaxitron® control of pan, tilt, and lens functions,
including setting and calling presets and patterns. (see note on back page)
There are two modes of operation–multiplexer mode and multiplexer
server mode–depending on whether the keyboard is connected to a
multiplexer or to a server.
The keyboard provides two methods of camera addressing. One
method allows selection of cameras by entering the multiplexer unit
ID (1-16) followed by the desired camera (1-16). The second method
allows selection of cameras by entering an incremental camera
number (unit 1 = cameras 1-16, unit 2 = cameras 17-32, etc.).
In the multiplexer mode, a single keyboard interfaces up to 16
multiplexers that are daisy-chained together. With 9-channel
multiplexers, the keyboard can control up to 144 cameras; with
16-channel multiplexers, up to 256 cameras can be controlled.
In the multiplexer server mode, up to four keyboards can be
connected to a server, which interfaces up to eight multiplexers. Up
to 72 cameras can be controlled with 9-channel multiplexers or 128
cameras with 16-channel multiplexers.
In addition to performing all the control functions that can be done
from the front panel of the multiplexer, the keyboard also features a
three-axis joystick and additional keys for full control of fixed speed
and variable speed pan, tilt, and lens functions.
The keyboard is supplied with a 25-foot (7.6 m) data cable with
RJ-45 connectors for connecting the keyboard to a multiplexer or to
the Local Keyboard Port of a server. One keyboard can be connected
to a multiplexer or the Local Keyboard Port of a server. Three
additional keyboards can be connected to the Remote Keyboard(s)
Port of a server. Multiple keyboards may not be connected without a
server (MX4000SVR). If using the Remote Keyboard(s) Port, a remote
keyboard wiring kit (KBDKIT/KBDKIT-X) is required for each
keyboard.
Under control of the keyboard, cameras can be viewed on the main
and spot monitor outputs of the multiplexer. On the main monitor,
select full-screen or multiple-screen (4, 9, or 16) images or
picture-in-picture display. Get a closer look with the 2X and 4X zoom
feature. Use the spot monitor for control of pan/tilt and zoom
functions and to operate presets, auxiliaries, and patterns.
C1918 / REVISED 1-07
U.S. Patent D-464,654
International Standards
Organization Registered Firm;
ISO 9001 Quality System
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
KBD4000
Full-function keyboard controller; use with
Genex multiplexer and server
ELECTRICAL
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
12 VAC or ±12 VDC
5 watts
KEYBOARD COMMUNICATION
Keyboard Interface
Connector Type
Data
RS-485 (25-foot flat cable supplied)
Notes:
• When used with 15-bit standard Coaxitron receivers (such as the CX9000
Series, the PT7700, and the ED25/27/28/29), the KBD4000 supports all
pan, tilt, and lens functions, and auxiliary on/off. The keyboard will not
set or call presets or support preset scanning.
• When used with 32-bit extended Coaxitron receivers (such as Esprit®,
Intercept®, Spectra®, and Legacy® LRD41C21/LRD41C22 Series), the
KBD4000 supports all the functions above, including the setting and
calling of presets and patterns. It will not support programming of labels
for presets or patterns. If labels for presets or patterns are required, they
would need to be programmed with a different control.
RJ-45 8-pin modular (female)
MECHANICAL
Keyboard Keypad
Joystick
Mechanical
Three-axis, vector solving, with twisting,
return-to-center head
Two red seven-segment LEDs
Digital Display
Main/Spot
Monitor Indicators
ESPRIT*
SPECTRA*
16
Two green LEDs
SPOT
MAIN
MX4000
GENERAL
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions
Weights
Unit
Shipping
20° to 120°F (-7° to 49°C)
10% to 90%, non-condensing
2.25" H x 9.50" W x 7.125" L
(5.72 x 24.13 x 18.10 cm)
ESPRIT*
SPECTRA*
2.5 lb (1.12 kg)
4 lb (1.81 kg)
CERTIFICATIONS/RATINGS/PATENTS
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CE, Class B
FCC, Class B
UL/cUL Listed
C-Tick
U.S. Patent D-464,654
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
KBD4000
2
SPOT
MAIN
MX4000
ESPRIT*
SPECTRA*
25-foot (7.6 m) RJ-45 data cable
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
KBDKIT
KBDKIT-X
Remote keyboard wiring kit. Required if using
Remote Keyboard Port on multiplexer server
or if extending Local Keyboard Port beyond
25 feet (7.6 m). Maximum distance of
4,000 feet (1,219 m) to last keyboard in daisy
chain. Use shielded twisted pairs, such as
Belden 9843 or equivalent, that meets RS-485
standards. (One kit for each keyboard
required.)
Same as KBDKIT except 230 VAC to 12 VAC
transformer.
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SPOT
MAIN
MX4000
KBD4000
MULTIPLEXER MODE
* INCLUDES BUILT-IN RECEIVER FOR CONTROL OF PAN/TILT/LENS FUNCTIONS.
OTHER PAN/TILT UNITS MAY REQUIRE SEPARATE RECEIVER.
Pelco, the Pelco logo, Genex, Esprit, Intercept, Spectra, Legacy,
and Coaxitron are registered trademarks of Pelco, Inc.
Product specifications and availability subject to change without notice.
©Copyright 2007, Pelco, Inc. All rights reserved.
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