Operating Instructions
Data Multiplex Unit
Operating Instructions
Model No.
WJ-MP204C
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Unit WJ-
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Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
ENGLISH VERSION
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For U.K.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is interned to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the bottom.
The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
WJ-MP204C
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your
safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement
fuse has a rating of 13 amp and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS1362.
or the BSI mark
on the body of the
Check for the ASTA mark
fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is
refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement
cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic
Dealer.
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IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown
below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with
a screwdriver and replace the fuse
and fuse cover.
Serial No.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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G
FUSE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 3
PREFACE ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................... 7
■ Front View ............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
■ Rear View .............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
■ Mounting in the Rack ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
CONNECTION & SETTING ........................................................................................................................................................... 10
● Basic Connection (PS • Data) ............................................................................................................................................ 10
● Multi-unit Connection (PS • Data) ....................................................................................................................................... 11
● Video Multiplexer Connection (PS • Data) .......................................................................................................................... 12
● Digital Disk Recorder Connection (PS • Data) ................................................................................................................... 13
● Matrix Switcher Connection (Camera Communication) ................................................................................................... 14
● DIP Switch Setting ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
● Unit Number Setting ......................................................................................................................................................... 15
● Alarm/Remote Terminal Setting ........................................................................................................................................ 16
● Internal Setting .................................................................................................................................................................. 17
● RS-485 DATA Port Connection (PS • Data) ........................................................................................................................ 17
● RS-485 Terminal Connection (Camera Communication) ................................................................................................. 18
SETUP PROCEDURES ................................................................................................................................................................. 19
■ Prior to setup ........................................................................................................................................................................ 19
● Confirmation ..................................................................................................................................................................... 19
● To open or close the setup menu ..................................................................................................................................... 19
● Buttons used in the setup ................................................................................................................................................. 19
● Setup menus ..................................................................................................................................................................... 20
■ Setup Menus for PS • Data ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
● Communication setup (PS • Data) ...................................................................................................................................... 21
● System setup (PS • Data) ................................................................................................................................................... 21
■ Setup Menus for Camera Communication Protocol ............................................................................................................. 24
● Communication setup (Camera Communication) ............................................................................................................ 24
● System setup (Camera Communication Protocol) ........................................................................................................... 25
OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................................................. 28
■ Camera Selection ................................................................................................................................................................. 28
● Front Panel Operation ....................................................................................................................................................... 28
● WV-CU360C Operation .................................................................................................................................................... 28
■ Alarm Operation ................................................................................................................................................................... 28
● Alarm Input ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
● Processing ........................................................................................................................................................................ 28
● Alarm Output .................................................................................................................................................................... 28
● Alarm Reset ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
● Alarm Suspension ............................................................................................................................................................. 29
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 30
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................................................................... 31
ALL RESET ................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
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PREFACE
The Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C is designed for installation in a surveillance system, offering system flexibility
particularly when camera control functions are required.
The unit multiplexes video signals with control data and
VD2 sync into a coaxial cable. This makes installations
between the unit and cameras easy.
The monitor and system controller can be located distant
from the camera site thanks to the use of a coaxial cable
and an RS-485 cable.
The unit includes two protocols, Panasonic Security Data
(PS • Data) and the Camera Communication one, selectable
with DIP switches.
FEATURES
Front Panel Operations
• Camera channel selection from 1 to 4
• Alarm reset/suspension
• WJ-MP204C setup menus
Camera control with WV-CU360C
• Pan/tilt head and housing control
• Motorized lens control (focus, zoom, iris, etc.)
• Camera setup menus
In/Out Features
• Four camera inputs with multiplexed control and VD2
• Four camera outputs looped through
• Spot (monitor) in/out
• VS/VD (sync) in/out
• RS-485 for use of the Camera Communication Protocol
• RS-485 for use of the PS • Data protocol
• Alarm in/out and remote in/out, switchable
Alarm Function
• Inputs: Video Motion Detection by the camera/Alarm
input to the terminal.
• Output: Signal is supplied to respective alarm terminal.
• Preset: The camera moves to the preset position when
an alarm operates.
• Display: The activated channel picture and the channel
number are displayed.
Displayed Image on the monitor screen
• Camera channel selected
• Alarm channel activated
• Setup menus
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PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the
cover.
To prevent the appliance temperature from rising, place
the appliance at least 5 cm (2 inches) away from the
wall.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots.
This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn
the power off immediately and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer maintenance to qualified service personnel.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
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• Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture,
nor try to operate it in wet areas.
Do take immediate action if the appliance becomes
wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel. Moisture can damage the appliance
and also cause electric shock.
• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the appliance body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe gently.
• Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Do not use the appliance in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exists.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10°C +50°C (14°F - 122°F) and a humidity below 90 %.
The input power source for this appliance is 220 - 240 V
AC 50 Hz.
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View
!2
UNIT
9 0 1
2 3
POWER
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7 8
q
e
r
ALARM
RESET
4 5 6
ON
OFF
1
2
t
SUSPEND
SET UP
SET
ESC
3
ALARM
ALARM
SUSPEND
4
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C
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u
i
q Power switch and power Indicator (POWER ON OFF)
To turn on or off the power of the unit, press the switch.
The indicator is lit while the power is supplied.
Note: Use the switch protector (supplied) to avoid accidental power-off of the unit.
o
!0
!1
t Setup/escape button (SETUP/ESC)
Holding down this button opens or closes the setup
menu.
In the setup operation, pressing this button returns to
an upper layer setup menu.
y Down/1 button (C)
Selects camera #1 in normal operation.
Moves the cursor downward in the setup operation.
SWITCH
PROTEC
TOR
w Unit number switch (UNIT 0-8)
This switch specifies the WJ-MP204C unit number in a
PS • Data protocol system, or camera unit numbers in
the Camera Communication Protocol system. Refer to
page 15 for more information.
e Alarm reset button (ALARM)
This button resets the activated alarm. When this button
is pressed, the alarm indicator turns off, alarm display
“ALARM ***” on the monitor disappears, alarm status
output signal turns inactive on the rear, and an alarm
reset pulse is supplied on the rear.
Note: “***” is a camera number.
r Alarm suspend/set button (SUSPEND/SET)
In normal operation, pressing this button suspends the
activated alarm mode until it is pressed next.
In the setup operation, pressing this button confirms the
presently selected parameter or opens a submenu.
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u Up/2 button (D)
Selects camera #2 in normal operation.
Moves the cursor upward in the setup operation.
i –/3 button (–)
Selects camera #3 in normal operation.
Decrements the parameter in the setup operation.
o +/4 button (+)
Selects camera #4 in normal operation.
Increments the parameter in the setup operation.
!0 Alarm indicator (ALARM)
This indicator blinks when an alarm is activated,
changes to steady light when the preset time elapses,
and turns off when the alarm is reset.
!1 Alarm suspension indicator (ALARM SUSPEND)
This is lit while the alarm is suspended.
!2 Front cover
Put the cover and fix it with the screw on the front panel
when these buttons are not required.
■ Rear View
@1
IN
4
3
@3
2
1
@5
IN
@7
IN
T
4
3
CAMERA
@2
2
1
OUT
B
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
OUT
SPOT
VS/VD
RS485
DATA
MODE
@4
@6
@8
@9
#0
@1 Camera Input Connector 1-4 (CAMERA IN 1 2 3 4)
These connectors accept the composite video signal
supplied by the cameras while passing through the
control data and VD2 sync signal.
@6 VS/VD Output Connector (VS/VD OUT)
Supplies a sync signal depending on the input to the
VS/VD IN connector and setting of the MODE DIP
switch #1. Refer to page 15 and 23 for details.
@2 Camera Output Connector 1-4 (CAMERA OUT 1 2 3
4)
These connectors supply the looped through composite
video of the camera image. Any one of these connectors can accept VD2 sync from a connected device
such as a Video Multiplexer that accepts composite
video while sending VD2. Refer to page 23 for details.
@7 Alarm/Remote Terminal (ALARM/REMOTE)
Pins #6-9 are used in one out of four ways most suitable
to your system requirements: alarm input, alarm output,
remote input, and remote output. Input/output is specified by the position of an internal connector while
alarm/remote is specified in the SYSTEM setup menu.
Refer to page 16 and 26 for more details.
@3 Spot Input Connector (SPOT IN)
Accepts a spot output signal supplied from another
Data Multiplex Unit when connecting more than one unit
in a daisy fashion.
@8 RS-485 Terminal (RS-485)
These terminals are exclusively used for devices compatible with “Camera Communication Protocol” such as
the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher and WJ-FS616C Video
Multiplexer. Through R (receive) and T (transmit) terminals, the unit exchanges communication data for camera control and other commands in 2-line half duplex or
4-line full duplex mode.
@4 Spot Output Connector (SPOT OUT)
Supplies the composite video signal of the selected
camera, alarm activated camera or WJ-MP204C setup
menus to display them on the monitor. This BNC is usually connected with a monitor. In a multi-unit connection this is connected with SPOT IN of the next unit
unless the unit is at the tail end.
@5 VS/VD Input Connector (VS/VD IN)
Accepts C. Sync, VBS or VD sync input. The unit will
follow the sync input while supplying sync through the
VS/VD OUT connector to other devices. Cameras will
follow VD2 sync supplied through the CAMERA IN connectors. You need to set up VS/VD INPUT in the SYSTEM menu window when connecting. Refer to page 23
for details.
Note: Sync source should comply with the EIA RS-170
standard. Do not input signals having a high jitter
content such as VTR playback signals.
@9 Data Port (DATA)
This port is exclusively used to communicate with
devices compatible with “PS • Data protocol” such as
the WJ-FS316/416 Video Multiplexer, Digital Disk
Recorder and System Controller WV-CU360C. Using
this port is incompatible with using RS-485 terminal
above.
#0 DIP Switch (MODE)
Data communication mode and sync setting are specified with this switch. Refer to page 15 for more information.
#1 Signal grounding terminal (SIGNAL GND)
#2 Power cord
8
#2
A L A R M / R E M OT E
G
OUT
#1
INSTALLATION
Warning!
Only qualified service personnel or system installers
should make all rack mountings, connections or internal
settings. If adjustments are required, please refer to the
Service Manual available for this product.
■ Mounting in the Rack
Remove the four rubber feet by removing the four screws
from the bottom of the WJ-MP204C.
Rubber feet
● Mounting One WJ-MP204C with the
WV-Q204/1
1. Fix the mounting brackets (large and small) on both
sides of the WJ-MP204C with the eight supplied screws
(M3x8) to the WV-Q204/1.
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
● Mounting two WJ-MP204Cs with the
WV-Q204/2
1. Place the joint metals on the WJ-MP204Cs as shown
below and fix them with the supplied screws (M3x6) to
the WV-Q204/2.
Note: Remove the two screws from the rear of each
WJ-MP204Cs.
Rack mounting
bracket (large)
Joint metal
Remove 2 screws from
the rear beforehand.
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
2. Install the WJ-MP204Cs with the rack
mounting brackets on the rack using
four screws (not supplied).
Cautions:
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots in the
cover to prevent the appliance from overheating.
Always keep the temperature in the rack within +45°C
(113°F).
• Secure the rear of the appliance to the rack by using
additional mounting brackets (procured locally), if the
rack is subject to vibration.
• Do not use tapping screws for installing the WJMP204C on the rack with the rack mounting brackets.
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Mount screw
Binding head
(M3x8)
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
Mount screw
Flat head (M3x6)
Rack mounting screws
CONNECTION & SETTING
Shown below are some system connection examples using Data Multiplex unit with peripheral devices in PS • Data (Panasonic
Security Data) or the Camera Communication Protocols. Note that all system devices in a system should use the same protocol.
● Basic Connection (PS • Data)
Up to four cameras are connected with the unit at a camera site while a System Controller operates camera selection, pan/tilt
and lens control at a control site.
Camera
1 ch
4 ch
2 ch
3 ch
Camera Site
IN
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
A L A R M / R E M OT E
T
G
Monitor
OUT
4
3
CAMERA
2
1
OUT
SPOT
B
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
RS485
DATA
MODE
MODE
4-Line
Termination ON
Panasonic Security Data mode
Termination ON
Controller No. 1
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360
PROGRAM
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
CAM FUNCTION
OPEN
UNIT A
B/W
UNIT
DEF
FOCUS
NEAR
UNIT B
EL-ZOOM
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
AUX 2
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
ALM RECALL
VTR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
R
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
System Controller WV-CU360C
Control Site
10
Video signal
RS485 signal
(Panasonic Security Data mode)
11
1 ch
9 ch
6 ch
14 ch
2 ch
Camera Site
10 ch
7 ch
15 ch
3 ch
11 ch
4 ch
12 ch
VS/VD OUT
VS/VD IN
VS/VD IN
VS/VD OUT
VS/VD IN
VS/VD OUT
SPOT OUT
SPOT IN
SPOT IN
SPOT OUT
SPOT SW IN
OUT
IN
Unit Address 1
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
IN
OUT
SPOT
SD
B A
RD
B A
RS485
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
A L A R M / R E M OT E
IN
T
G
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
DATA
OUT
IN
Unit Address 2
A L A R M / R E M OT E
G
3
CAMERA
SPOT IN
SPOT OUT
MODE
3
CAMERA
OUT
SPOT
B
Unit Address 3
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
IN
B
A
G
SIGNAL GND
DATA
RS485
MODE
3
CAMERA
OUT
SPOT
Unit Address 4
A L A R M / R E M OT E
R
A
OUT
VS/VD
SPOT SW OUT
SD
B A
RD
B A
RS485
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
2
1
IN
T
DATA
G
MODE
3
CAMERA
OUT
SPOT
4-Line
SPOT
OUT
MODE
4-Line
Termination OFF
Monitor
Panasonic Security
Data mode
A L A R M / R E M OT E
IN
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
IN
B
R
A
B
A
DATA
RS485
4-Line
MODE
MODE
Termination OFF
4-Line
Termination OFF
Panasonic Security
Data mode
Panasonic Security
Data mode
MODE
Termination ON
Panasonic Security
Data mode
VD OUT
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
UNIT A
FOCUS
NEAR
ALM RECALL
B/W
VTR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
UNIT
AUTO FOCUS
L
UNIT B
EL-ZOOM
FAR
DEF
AUX 2
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
R
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
Control Site
System Controller WV-CU360C
Video signal
RS485 signal
(Panasonic Security Data mode)
7 8
7 8
7 8
7 8
4 5 6
BUSY
4 5 6
CAMERA
PROGRAM
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
4 5 6
MONITOR
UNIT
9 0 1
4 5 6
CAM FUNCTION
UNIT #4
9 0 1
2 3
ALARM
CAM SETUP
FUNCTION
UNIT #3
9 0 1
2 3
LOGIN
SETUP
SHIFT
UNIT #2
9 0 1
2 3
OPERATE
UNIT #1
2 3
Termination ON
Controller No. 1
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
MODE
● Multi-unit Connection (PS • Data)
13 ch
16 ch
A maximum of four units can be connected in a daisy fashion, from SPOT OUT to SPOT IN and so on, and finally from SPOT
OUT to the monitor.
5 ch
8 ch
● Video Multiplexer Connection (PS • Data)
To connect with ordinary cameras that do not have camera control functions, a Video Multiplexer is installed with the WJMP204C units at the camera site.
1 ch
4 ch
5 ch
2 ch
6 ch
Camera Site
3 ch
7 ch
8 ch
VS/VD OUTPUT
VS/VD INPUT
UNIT
UNIT
9 0 1
9 0 1
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
SPOT
VS/VD
Unit Address 1
A L A R M / R E M OT E
G
3
CAMERA
7 8
7 8
4
2
4 5 6
OUT
3
SD
B A
RD
B A
RS485
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
A L A R M / R E M OT E
T
G
SIGNAL GND
DATA
MODE
MODE
3
CAMERA
SPOT
VS/VD
4 5 6
4
2 3
2 3
Unit Address 2
IN
B
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
DATA
RS485
MODE
4-Line
Termination ON
Panasonic Security
Data mode
4-Line
MODE Termination OFF
VD OUT
Panasonic Security
Data mode
8 Cameras
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
VIDEO
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
IN
ALARM/REMOTE
DATA
IN
CAMERA
SW IN
SIGNAL
GND
OUT
PLAY IN
MULTI
REC OUT SCREEN OUT
SPOT OUT
Video Multiplexer WJ-FS316/416
Monitor
Branch Connector
Termination ON
Controller No. 1
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
FUNCTION
CAM FUNCTION
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360
PROGRAM
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
OPEN
AUTO
UNIT A
FOCUS
NEAR
ALM RECALL
B/W
VTR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
DEF
UNIT
L
AUX 2
EL-ZOOM
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
UNIT B
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
R
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
System Controller WV-CU360C
12
Control Site
Video signal
RS485 signal
(Panasonic Security Data mode)
● Digital Disk Recorder Connection (PS • Data)
To connect with ordinary cameras that do not have camera control functions, a Digital Disk Recorder is installed with the WJMP204C units at the camera site. When an optional Network Interface Board is installed in the recorder, monitoring via the
Internet is available. For more information, refer to the manual included with the recorder.
WJ-MP204C
POWER
ALARM
WJ-MP204C
ALARM
SUSPEND
POWER
ALARM
ON
ALARM
SUSPEND
ON
OFF
OFF
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
POWER
ON
OFF
Spot Monitor
POWER
ON
OFF
Multiscreen Monitor
8 Camreras
REMOTO
LOCK
ALARM
1
2
3
REC STOP
4
GROUP
SELECT
STOP
PLAY/ PAUSE
REC
FS 16
SET
TIMER
ALARM
RESET
ALARM
SUSPEND
OPERATE
HDD
FULL
SPOT
MULTISCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
SEQUENCE
5
6
7
8
REC PREVIEW
INDEX
9
10
11
12
EL-ZOOM
ALARM SEARCH
13
14
15
16
COPY
DISPLAY
SET UP
/ESC
REV
FWD
Digital Disk
Recorder
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
WJ-HD
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD500A
PS • Data
A
System Controller
WJ-HDB502
Network
Interface
Board
System Controller
WV-CU360C
HDD 1
HDD 2
HDD 3
OPERATE
HDD 4
Extension Unit WJ-HDE
Remote Controller
WV-CU50
13
Extension Unit WJ-HDE500
(with optional HDs)
Ethernet
10 Base-T or
100 Base-TX
LAN
● Matrix Switcher Connection (Camera Communication)
The WJ-SX350 and WV-CU360C are typically combined with the WJ-MP204C when using the Camera Communication
Protocol. Ordinary cameras are connected directly with the Matrix Switcher, different from cameras having control functions.
Camera
Camera 1 ch
5 ch
4 ch
6 ch
2 ch
7 ch
3 ch
8 ch
UNIT
2 3
7 8
9 0 1
4 5 6
UNIT
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
Unit Address 2
OUT
4
3
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
T
SPOT
7 8
A L A R M / R E M OT E
2
G
3
CAMERA
4 5 6
4
2 3
IN
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
Unit Address 1
9 0 1
VS/VD
B
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
A L A R M / R E M OT E
R
A
B
T
A
G
SIGNAL GND
DATA
RS485
3
CAMERA
MODE
SPOT
VS/VD
B
R
A
B
RS485
A
SIGNAL GND
DATA
MODE
2-Line
MODE
2-Line
Termination
ON
MODE
Camera communication mode
Termination
OFF
Camera communication mode
8 Cameras
VD OUT
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
CAMERA IN
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
CAMERA IN
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
6
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
MONITOR OUT
1
POWER
ON
Monitor
32
RS485
G B A G B A
N
N
D
D
DATA IN
4
3
2
RS-232C
ALARM OUT 5-8
ALARM OUT 1-4
3
MONITOR OUT
5
8
OFF
SIGNAL
GND
7
ALARM IN
1
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
ALT
MULTI
SCREEN
SPOT
UNIT
CAMERA
System Controller WV-CU
For Multiplexer
CAMERA SITE CONTRIL
IRIS
CLOSE
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
NEAR
ALL RESET
ALM SUSPEND
FAR
AUX 2
EL-ZOOM
MULTI SELECT
L
HOME/-
FUNCTION
UP
FOCUS
AUTO/+
PRE-POSI
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
STILL
AUX 1
DOWN
CAMERA SET
ON
OFF
SET UP
UNIT
CAM
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
AUTO
FOCUS
T/L MODE
Video signal
RS485 signal (camera site)
RS485 signal (controller site)
System Controller WV-CU360C
Notes:
• Unstable camera response may occur in a daisy-chain connection.
• For setting up the WV-CU360C and other units, refer to the manual included with the units.
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● DIP Switch Setting
A 6-bit DIP switch mounted on the rear panel specifies communication mode and sync setup. The default position is marked
with an asterisk * in the table below.
Bit 1 specifies the setup for synchronization. Refer to page 23 VS/VD IN and OUT for details.
Bit 2 is reserved.
Bit 3 specifies the communication protocol used in the system.
Bit 4 is reserved.
Bit 5 specifies the termination in the communication chain.
Bit 6 specifies RS-485 communication mode conducted via DATA port or RS-485 terminal. Set it to 4-line when PS • Data is
used.
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON
SW position
Function
ON
OFF
Bit 1
Sync setup
THROUGH*
VS/VD
Bit 2
Reserved
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 3
Protocol
PS • Data*
Camera Communication
Bit 4
Reserved
Fixed to OFF*
Not used
Bit 5
Line termination
Off
On*
Bit 6
RS-485 mode
4-line full duplex*
2-line half duplex
● Unit Number Setting
A rotary switch is placed on the front panel. It specifies the WJ-MP204C unit number in a PS • Data protocol system, or camera
unit numbers in a Camera Communication Protocol system.
8 Setting the unit number
1 Turn off the power switch of the unit.
2 Use a screw driver to rotate the UNIT switch so that the arrow comes to the number you wish.
3 Turn on the power switch.
UNIT
2 3
7 8
9 0 1
4 5 6
Notes:
• The unit number can be specified in the setup menu when the UNIT switch is set to "0."
• Position #9 is not allowed to be set, because it is reserved.
• Specify a unique number for each unit when connecting more than one unit in a data communication chain.
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8 PS • Data
Address Assignment
UNIT Switch Position
Unit address
given to WJ-MP204C
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Set the
number in
Setup
menu
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Do not
use,
reserved
9
8 Camera Communication Protocol
As shown in the table, the UNIT switch determines the camera unit numbers.
Address Assignment
UNIT Switch Position
0
1
2
Connector
CAMERA IN/OUT
3
4
Set the
number in
Setup
menu
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
5
9
13
17
21
25
29
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
Do not
use,
reserved
● Alarm/Remote Terminal Setting
The rear of the unit is provided with an 11-pin terminal, ALARM/REMOTE.
A L A R M / R E M OT E
9876
GND
543 2 1
GND
Pins from #1 to #5 perform as follows.
Pin #1 supplies an active output for the duration specified by the ALARM OUTPUT in the setup.
The output type is a low-active open collector with a capacity of 16 V DC, 100 mA maximum.
Pin #2 accepts an alarm reset pulse (input) that makes the unit reset the alarm mode.
A no-voltage make-contact is accepted.
Pin #3 supplies an alarm reset pulse (output) when the unit resets the alarm mode.
The output type is 0 V (active)/5 V for the default setting, or a low-active open collector with controllable capacity of 16 V
DC, 100 mA maximum after changing an internal switch (SW 704).
Pin #4 accepts a spot switching pulse (input) from other units in a multi-unit connection.
A no-voltage make-contact is accepted.
Pin #5 supplies a spot switching pulse (output) to other units when the unit selects a new camera channel in a multi-unit
connection.
The output type is a low-active open collector with a capacity of 16 V DC, 100 mA maximum.
Pins #6 to #9 are used in many ways depending on the menu settings and the internal connector settings. If internal adjustments are required, please refer to the Service Manual available for this unit.
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8 Alarm input
Available when TERMINAL is set to ALARM and TERM. ALARM is set to ON in the setup, and the internal connector remains in
the default position (CN703, ALM IN):
Pin #6 accepts CH 1 alarm input from the connected sensor.
Pin #7 accepts CH 2 alarm input from the connected sensor.
Pin #8 accepts CH 3 alarm input from the connected sensor.
Pin #9 accepts CH 4 alarm input from the connected sensor.
8 Alarm output
Available when TERMINAL is set to ALARM and TERM. ALARM is set to ON in the setup, and the internal connector is
changed to CN702 (ALM OUT):
Pin #6 supplies CH 1 alarm output when the connected camera detects video motion (VMD) in the image.
Pin #7 supplies CH 2 alarm output as above.
Pin #8 supplies CH 3 alarm output as above.
Pin #9 supplies CH 4 alarm output as above.
8 Spot switching input
Available when TERMINAL is set to REMOTE in the setup, and the internal connector remains in the default position (CN703,
ALM IN):
Pin #6 accepts the switching signal that changes the spot output image to CH 1.
Pin #7 accepts the signal to switch image to CH 2.
Pin #8 accepts the signal to switch image to CH 3.
Pin #9 accepts the signal to switch image to CH 4.
8 Spot switching output
Available when TERMINAL is set to REMOTE in the setup, and the internal connector is changed to CN702 (ALM OUT):
Pin #6 supplies a tally output while CH 1 is selected.
Pin #7 supplies a tally output while CH 2 is selected.
Pin #8 supplies a tally output while CH 3 is selected.
Pin #9 supplies a tally output while CH 4 is selected.
● Internal Setting
The following functions can be set with internal connectors and switches when you need to change default settings marked
with *. Refer to the Service Manual for internal settings.
• ALARM/REMOTE terminal definition (In*/Out) ............... CN702, CN703
• Alarm reset signal input (0V-5V*/O.C) ........................................ SW704
• Setup menu to CAM OUT (ON*/OFF) ......................................... SW702
● RS-485 DATA Port Connection (PS • Data)
Data ports are connected with RS-485 cables among devices using PS • Data protocol as follows.
• Internal Diagram
RX (B)
RX (A)
1
TX (B)
TX (A)
17
6
No.
Name
Data Flow
No.
1
GND
–
1
2
RX(B)
WJ-MP204C ← WV-CU360C
2
3
RX(A)
WJ-MP204C ← WV-CU360C
3
4
TX(B)
WJ-MP204C → WV-CU360C
4
5
TX(A)
WJ-MP204C → WV-CU360C
5
6
GND
–
6
Controller end
1
6
• Basic Connection
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
System Controller
WV-CU360C
DATA
DATA
Termination:
ON
Termination:
ON
RS-485 Cable
• Daisy Connection
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS309 (WJ-FS316)
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204C
System Controller
WV-CU360C
DATA
DATA
DATA
Termination:
ON
Termination:
OFF
Termination:
ON
Branch
Cable
RS-485
Cable
RS-485
Cable
● RS-485 Terminal Connection (Camera
Communication)
These terminals are connected with system devices using
the Camera Communication Protocol in 4-line full duplex or
2-line half duplex mode specified with the DIP switch setting.
Notes:
• Use a data grade, shielded and twisted cable suited to
RS-485. The maximum allowable cable length is 4 000
ft (1 200m).
• Termination should be made at both ends of the data
line, while being open at intermediate devices.
8 4-line Full Duplex
WJ-MP204C
T
G
B
R
A
B
A
MODE
Termination ON
(at the end position)
RS485
T
G
B
R
A
4-Line
(Full duplex)
B
A
Camera communication mode
SYSTEM
UNIT
RS485
8 Internal Diagram
8 2-line Half Duplex
4
3
2
1
WJ-MP204C
T
TB
G
B
R
A
B
MODE
RB
T
G
RA
B
R
A
B
SYSTEM
UNIT
2-Line
(Half duplex)
Termination ON
(at the end position)
RS485
RS485
18
A
TA
A
Camera communication mode
SETUP PROCEDURES
■ Prior to setup
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENUX.XX
● Confirmation
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
1. Connections and switch settings are complete.
2. Switch on the power of the connected system devices
including the monitor that displays the menus.
3. Turn on the power of the WJ-MP204C.
4. When setting at the camera site, remove the front cover
from the unit to make access possible to the buttons on
the front panel.
5. When setting with use of a WV-CU360C System
Controller, confirm that the OPERATE indicator is lit on
the Controller, meaning that the unit is ready for operation.
UNIT
ALARM
RESET
9 0 1
7 8
2 3
4 5 6
1
SUSPEND
SET UP
SET
ESC
2
3
● Buttons used in the setup
ALARM
SUSPEND
ALARM
4
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360C
PROGRAM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
FUNCTION
CAM FUNCTION
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
OPEN
AUTO
UNIT A
FOCUS
NEAR
ALM RECALL
B/W
VCR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
DEF
EL-ZOOM
FAR
UNIT
AUTO FOCUS
UNIT B
ZOOM
L
AUX 2
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
WIDE
WIPER
R
+
AUX 1
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
The following buttons are used in the setup. Operations on
the following pages are explained on the assumption that
the front panel buttons on the WJ-MP204C are used. Check
below which WJ-MP204C front panel buttons are equivalent
to the buttons on the WV-CU360C.
• Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C
[C] button: Moves the cursor downward.
[D]: Moves the cursor upward.
[–]: Decreases the parameter value.
[+]: Increases the parameter value.
[SET]: Validates the selected parameter, or opens a
sub menu when [ ] appears.
[ESC]: Returns the menu to a higher layer.
TELE
DOWN
–
SEQ PAUSE
On the window, you can select and enter the parameter
using buttons. A sub menu will open when a line having
a [return
] mark at its end is selected.
• System Controller WV-CU360C
UP
L
R
L
R
: Moves the cursor up and down.
DOWN
STILL
–
● To open or close the setup menu
1. Hold down the SETUP/ESC button on the front panel for
2 seconds. Image display will change to the menu window on the monitor, or vice versa.
2. When using a WV-CU360C, hold down the SETUP button on the controller for 2 seconds. The setup menu will
open or close.
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EL-ZOOM
+
CAM
SET
: Increases or decreases the parameter value.
: Validates the selected parameter, or
opens a sub menu when [ ]
appears.
MON
: Returns the menu to a higher layer.
ESC
● Setup menus
There are two setup menu groups depending on the communication protocol used in the system, menus for PS • Data and for
the Camera Communication Protocol. MODE DIP switch # 3 on the rear of the unit is set to the position of the used protocol,
and it specifies what menu group is displayed on the monitor. Menu trees are shown below for two protocols.
● Setup menus for PS • Data
● Setup menus for Camera Communication
Protocol
COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATION
CAM ADDRESS
UNIT ADDRESS
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
BAUD RATE
PARITY CHECK
DATA BIT
STOP BIT
PARITY CHECK
WAIT TIME
STOP BIT
WAIT TIME
SYSTEM
DELAY TIME
ALARM MODE
XON/XOFF
MONITOR SPOT
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
ALARM MODE
SITE ALARM
MONITOR SPOT
TERM. ALARM
ALARM DISPLAY
ALARM OUTPUT
SITE ALARM
ALARM DATA
TERM. ALARM
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN
COMP
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
COMP/VD2/DATA
VD2
CAMERA IN
DATA
COMP
VS/VD INPUT
VD2
CAMERA CONFIG
DATA
CAMERA CONFIG
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SYSTEM
VS/VD INPUT
DAISY MODE
DAISY MODE
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
■ Setup Menus for PS • Data
DATA BIT
1. Move the cursor to DATA BIT, then specify a bit length
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 8.
● Communication setup (PS • Data)
Communication parameters for a PS • Data protocol system
are set in this menu.
1. Hold down the SETUP button for 2 seconds to open the
setup menu.
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENUX.XX
Available bit length: 7, 8
PARITY
1. Move the cursor to PARITY CHECK, then specify a
check mode with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is NONE.
Available check modes: NONE, EVEN, ODD
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
STOP BIT
1. Move the cursor to STOP BIT, then specify a bit length
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 1.
Available bit length: 1, 2
2. Move the cursor to COMMUNICATION
SET. The communication setup appears.
, then press
COMMUNICATION
UNIT ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
WAIT TIME
1
9600
8
NONE
1
OFF
WAIT TIME
The unit will retransmit data when there is no response during the specified wait time.
1. Move the cursor to WAIT TIME, then specify a time with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is OFF for not
resending.
Available wait times (ms): OFF, 100, 200, 400,
1 000
2. Press ESC to return to the WJ-MP204C SETUP MENU.
● System setup (PS • Data)
8 UNIT ADDRESS
1. Move the cursor to UNIT ADDRESS, then specify a
number with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
1.
Available numbers: 1-99
Note: This setting takes effect only when the UNIT
switch is set to 0 on the front panel.
BAUD RATE
1. Move the cursor to BAUD RATE, then specify a rate
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 9 600.
Available rates (bit per second): 19 200, 9 600,
4 800, 2 400
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Parameters related to alarm, sync, and remote functions
are set in this menu for a PS • Data protocol system.
The SYSTEM menu is displayed when you select it in the
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENU.
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
CAMERA CONFIG
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
8 Alarm mode setup
1. Move the cursor to ALARM MODE to select ON or OFF
with the [–] or [+] button, then press SET. The default
setting is ON.
ON
: Opens a submenu shown below.
OFF: Alarm mode is disabled.
The ALARM MODE sub menu appears.
ALARM MODE
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
SITE ALARM
TERM.ALARM
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
10S
1S
1-1. Move the cursor to MONITOR SPOT to select ON
or
OFF with the [–] or [+] button, then press SET. The
default setting is ON
.
This setting specifies whether to change the monitor
image when an alarm operates.
: Image display on the monitor changes to that
of the alarm activated channel.
OFF: Image display will not change even when an
alarm operates.
ON
The MONITOR SPOT sub menu appears.
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM
1
2
3
4
CAM NO.
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
PRE
-
1-2. In this setup, the relation is established between four
alarm channels and four camera channels, along with
the preset positions to which the camera moves when
the alarm operates.
1-2-1. Move the cursor to a channel of CAM. NO with the
[D] or [C] button.
1-2-2. Select a CAM. NO with the [–] or [+] button, then
press the [C]. The cursor moves to PRE. The
default setting is that the same numbers are
assigned to both alarm channel and camera channel.
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1CH: Camera input 1 will be displayed when the
respective alarm operates.
2CH: Camera input 2 will be displayed.
3CH: Camera input 3 will be displayed.
4CH: Camera input 4 will be displayed.
1-2-3. Select a PRE (preset position number) with the [–]
or [+] button, then press the [C].
1-2-4. Repeat above steps for other alarm channels.
1-2-5. Press the ESC to return to the ALARM MODE menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DISPLAY. Select ON or OFF
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
Alarm display “ALARM ***” on the monitor is enabled
or disabled while an alarm is in operation. “***” is the
alarm channel number.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
3. Move the cursor to SITE ALARM. Select ON or OFF with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
A site alarm (motion detection) generated by a camera
is accepted or ignored.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
4. Move the cursor to TERM. ALARM (terminal alarm).
Select ON or OFF with the [–] or [+] button. The default
setting is ON.
An alarm input to the rear terminal is accepted or
ignored.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
5. Move the cursor to ALARM OUTPUT. Select an output
duration with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
10S (seconds).
The output status is supplied to the terminals on the
rear. The output is reset along with the activated alarm
according to this setup.
EXT: The output is reset when a reset input is supplied
to the rear panel or the alarm reset button is
pressed on the front panel.
1S-5MIN: The output is reset when the preset duration
elapses.
OFF: No output.
6. Move the cursor to ALARM DATA. Select an output time
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 1S (second).
The unit notifies the connected System Controller (must
be set to Unit #1) of the alarm activation once every
period preset by this setup.
OFF: No notification.
0S: Notification is made immediately.
1S: Notification is made once every 1 second.
5S: Notification is made once every 5 second.
7. Press the ESC to go back to the SYSTEM menu.
8 Cable compensation/VD2 sync/data setup
The COMP/VD2/DATA menu is displayed when you select it
in the SYSTEM menu.
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN 1CH
COMP
S
VD2
ON
DATA
ON
In this menu, each camera is set up for cable compensation, VD2 sync and data communication ON/OFF.
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA IN. Select a camera input
channel with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
1CH.
The camera channel to be set up is selected and the
image of the channel is displayed in the background of
the setup menu.
Available channels: 1CH, 2CH, 3CH, 4CH
2. Move the cursor to COMP. Select a parameter with the
[–] or [+] button. The default setting is S.
The longer a coaxial cable is extended, the more the
video signals attenuate. This setting is to compensate
signal attenuation in 3 degrees. Select the best parameter that optimizes the displayed image on the monitor while observing it.
S: Short distance of less than 1 300 ft (400 m)
M: Medium distance between 1 300 ft (400 m) and
2 300 ft (700 m)
L: Long distance of less than 3 000 ft (900 m)
Note: Distance is based on the assumption that RG59U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent cable is used.
3. Move the cursor to VD2. Select a parameter with the [–]
or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
The VD2 sync signal is multiplexed onto the coaxial
cable and sent to the camera for synchronization. Refer
to the table.
ON: VD2 synchronizes with the input to the VS/VD connector when supplied, or with the internal sync
when VS/VD has no input.
THRU: VD2 is supplied when a camera out connector
accepts external VD2 from the connected device.
No VD2 is supplied when no camera out connector
accepts external VD2.
OFF: No VD2 is supplied to the camera.
4. Move the cursor to DATA. Select ON or OFF with the [–]
or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
Data communication with the selected camera channel
is enabled or disabled.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
5. Press the ESC to return to the SYSTEM menu.
8 VS/VD input setup
This setting specifies the input to the VS/VD INPUT terminal
on the rear of the unit.
1. Move the cursor to VS/VD INPUT. Select VS or VD with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is VD.
VD: Set this when a “vertical drive” is input (4 V[p-p]).
VS: Set this when “video and sync” are input
(1 V[p-p]).
VS/VD OUT signal
VS/VD Input setup
IN signal required MODE #1 to VD MODE #1 to THRU
VD: sync to
C.Sync: looped
C.Sync
VS
input
through
VD: sync to
VBS: looped
VBS
VS
input
through
VD: sync to
VD: looped
VD
VD
input
through
No input
VD
VD: internal
No output
Beside VS/VD OUT signal, the unit supplies VD2 sync to the cameras as follows.
VS/VD Input
Yes
Yes
No
No
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External VD2 to
CAM OUT
Yes
No
Yes
No
VD2 set to ON
Sync to VS/VD
Sync to VS/VD
Sync to internal
Sync to internal
VD2 supplied to cameras
VD2 set to THRU
Sync to Ext VD2
Not supplied
Sync to Ext VD2
Not supplied
VD2 set to OFF
Not supplied
Not supplied
Not supplied
Not supplied
8 Camera Configuration
The CAMERA CONFIG menu is displayed when you select
it in the SYSTEM menu.
CAMERA CONFIG
CAMERA IN
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
CAM NO.
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
When more than one unit are used, each camera input is
given a camera number in this menu.
1. Move the cursor to CAM NO. Select a number with the
[–] or [+] button. The default setting is that both CAMERA IN and CAM NO. are given the same number.
Available numbers: 1-128 and – (not connected)
2. Repeat the above step until all CAMERA IN are
assigned numbers.
1. Move the cursor to TERMINAL. Select ALARM or
REMOTE with the [–] or [+] button, then press SET. The
default setting is ALARM.
ALARM: Terminals are used as alarm inputs or outputs.
REMOTE: Terminals are used as remote inputs or outputs.
■ Setup Menus for Camera
Communication Protocol
● Communication setup
(Camera Communication)
Communication parameters for a Camera Communication
Protocol system are set in this menu.
1. Hold down the SET button for 2 seconds to open the
setup menu.
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENUX.XX
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
3. Press ESC to return to the SYSTEM menu.
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
CAMERA CONFIG
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
8 Daisy Mode
This setup lets the unit know whether the data communication line is connected in a daisy fashion.
1. Move the cursor to DAISY. Select ON or OFF with the
[–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
ON: Set this when daisy connection is used.
OFF: Set this for other than daisy chain.
8 Terminal Mode
This setup specifies the function of ALARM/REMOTE terminal on the rear of the unit. Input/output is specified with
internal connection. Refer to page 16 for details.
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2. Move the cursor to COMMUNICATION
SET. The communication setup appears.
COMMUNICATION
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY CHECK NONE
STOP BIT
1
WAIT TIME
OFF
DELAY TIME
OFF
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
, then press
8 CAM ADDRESS
8 WAIT TIME
Camera addresses are assigned to each of the unit's camera input.
1. Move the cursor to CAM ADDRESS
, then press
SET. The CAM ADDRESS window appears.
The unit will retransmit data when there is no response during the specified wait time.
1. Move the cursor to WAIT TIME, then specify a time with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is OFF.
CAM ADDRESS
CAMERA IN
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
ADDRESS
1
2
3
4
Available wait times (ms): OFF, 100, 200, 400,
1 000
8 DELAY TIME
This setting specifies a delay time that the unit suspends to
return the response to the received command.
1. Move the cursor to DELAY TIME, then specify a time
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is OFF.
Available delay times (ms): OFF, 10, 20, 40, 100
2. Specify a number with the [–] or [+] button. The default
setting is 1.
8 X-ON/X-OFF
Available numbers: 1-99, – (no assignment)
Note: This setting takes effect only when the UNIT
switch is set to 0 on the front panel.
3. Repeat the above step until all camera inputs are given
addresses.
4. Press ESC to return to the communication setup.
8 BAUD RATE
1. Move the cursor to BAUD RATE, then specify a rate
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 19 200.
Available rates (bit per second): 19 200, 9 600,
4 800, 2 400
1. Move the cursor to XON/XOFF, then specify a mode
with [–] or [+] button. The default setting is NOT USE.
USE: Data flow control is enabled during communication.
NOT USE: Disabled.
2. Press ESC to return to the WJ-MP204C SETUP MENU.
● System setup
(Camera Communication Protocol)
Parameters related to alarm, sync and remote functions are
set in this menu for a Camera Communication Protocol system.
The SYSTEM menu is displayed when you select it in the
WJ-MP204C SETUP MENU.
8 DATA BIT
SYSTEM
1. Move the cursor to DATA BIT, then specify a bit length
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 8.
Available bit length: 7, 8
8 PARITY
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
1. Move the cursor to PARITY, then specify a check mode
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is NONE.
Available check modes: NONE, EVEN, ODD
8 Alarm mode setup
8 STOP BIT
1. Move the cursor to STOP BIT, then specify a bit length
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is 1.
Available bit length: 1, 2
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In the SYSTEM menu, move the cursor to ALARM MODE.
Select ON
or OFF with the [–] or [+] button, then press
SET. The default setting is ON
.
ON
: Opens a submenu shown below.
OFF: Alarm mode is disabled.
The ALARM MODE sub menu appears.
ALARM MODE
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
SITE ALARM
TERM.ALARM
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
10S
AUTO2
6. Move the cursor to ALARM DATA. Select an output time
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is AUTO2.
The unit notifies the connected System Controller (must
be set to Unit #1) of the alarm activation once every
period preset by this setup.
POLLING: The unit issues a notification only when the
controller inquires.
AUTO 1: Notification is made immediately.
AUTO 2: Notification is made once every 5 seconds.
7. Press ESC to return to the SYSTEM menu.
SYSTEM
1. Move the cursor to MONITOR SPOT to select ON or
OFF with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
This setting specifies whether to change the monitoring
image when an alarm operates.
ON: The image displayed on the monitor screen
changes to that of the alarm activated channel.
OFF: The image displayed will not change even when
an alarm operates.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DISPLAY. Select ON or OFF
with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
Alarm display “ALARM ***” on the monitor is enabled
or disabled while an alarm is in operation. “***” is the
alarm channel number.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
3. Move the cursor to SITE ALARM. Select ON or OFF with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
A site alarm (motion detection) generated by a camera
is accepted or ignored.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
4. Move the cursor to TERM. ALARM (terminal alarm).
Select ON or OFF with the [–] or [+] button. The default
setting is ON.
An alarm input to the rear terminal is accepted or
ignored.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
5. Move the cursor to ALARM OUTPUT. Select an output
duration with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
10S (seconds).
The output status is supplied to the terminals on the
rear. The output is reset along with the activated alarm
according to this setup.
EXT: The output is reset when a reset input is supplied
to the rear panel or the alarm reset button is
pressed on the front panel.
1S-5MIN: The output is reset when the preset duration
elapses.
OFF: No output.
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ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
8 Cable compensation/VD2 sync/data setup
The COMP/VD2/DATA menu is displayed when you select it
in the SYSTEM menu.
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN 1CH
COMP
S
VD2
ON
DATA
ON
In this menu, each camera is set up for cable compensation, VD2 sync and data communication ON/OFF.
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA IN. Select a camera input
channel with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
1CH.
The camera channel to be set up is selected and the
image of the channel is displayed in the background of
the setup menu.
Available channels: 1CH, 2CH, 3CH, 4CH
2. Move the cursor to COMP. Select a parameter with the
[–] or [+] button. The default setting is S.
The longer a coaxial cable is extended, the more the
video signals attenuate. This setting is to compensate
signal attenuation in 3 degrees. Select the best parameter that optimizes the displayed image on the monitor while observing it.
S: Short distance of less than 1 300 ft (400 m)
M: Medium distance between 1 300 ft (400 m) and 2
300 ft (700 m)
L: Long distance of less than 3 000 ft (900 m)
Note: Distance is based on the assumption that RG59U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent cable is used.
3. Move the cursor to VD2. Select a parameter with the [–]
or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
The VD2 sync signal is multiplexed onto the coaxial
cable and sent to the camera for synchronization. Refer
to the table on page 23 for detailed in-out conditions.
ON: VD2 synchronizes with the input to the VS/VD connector when supplied, or with the internal sync
when VS/VD has no input.
THRU: VD2 is supplied when a camera out connector
accepts external VD2 from the connected device.
No VD2 is supplied when no camera out connector
accepts external VD2.
OFF: No VD2 is supplied to the camera.
4. Move the cursor to DATA. Select ON or OFF with the [–]
or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
Data communication with the selected camera channel
is enabled or disabled.
ON: Enabled.
OFF: Disabled.
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
5. Press ESC to return to the SYSTEM menu.
8 VS/VD input setup
This setting specifies the input to the VS/VD INPUT terminal
on the rear of the unit.
1. Move the cursor to VS/VD INPUT. Select VS or VD with
the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is VD.
VD: Set this when a “vertical drive” is input (4 V[p-p]).
VS: Set this when “video and sync” are input
(1 V[p-p]).
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8 Daisy Mode
This setup lets the unit know whether the data communication line is connected in a daisy fashion.
1. Move the cursor to DAISY. Select ON or OFF with the
[–] or [+] button. The default setting is ON.
ON: Set this when daisy connection is used.
OFF: Set this for other than daisy chain.
8 Terminal Mode
This setup specifies the function of ALARM/REMOTE terminal on the rear of the unit. Input/output is specified with
internal connection. Refer to page 16 for details.
1. Move the cursor to TERMINAL. Select ALARM or
REMOTE with the [–] or [+] button. The default setting is
ALARM.
ALARM: Terminals are used as alarm input or output.
REMOTE: Terminals are used as remote input or output.
OPERATION
Camera selection and alarm operations are made on the
front panel of the unit or WV-CU360C System Controller.
■ Alarm Operation
● Alarm Input
■ Camera Selection
An alarm arises in the following cases.
● Front Panel Operation
• You need to remove the front cover loosening the screw
with a screw driver before starting operation.
• Press a camera number button.
1
2
3
4
The selected camera picture is displayed on the monitor connected to the SPOT OUT terminal on the rear of
the unit.
• Terminal alarm
A sensor input is supplied to the unit telling that a
change has been detected.
• Site alarm
A camera detects motion change in video (VMD, Video
Motion Detection).
● Processing
• The spot image changes to that of the alarm activated
camera when ALARM MODE is set to ON in the setup.
• The camera moves to the preset position.
• “ALARM ***” blinks overlaid on the spot image when
ALARM DISPLAY is set to ON.
ALARM 001
• The alarm indicator blinks.
● Alarm Output
● WV-CU360C Operation
• Enter a camera number with numeric buttons, then
press the CAM/SET button.
CAM
SET
The selected camera picture is displayed on the monitor
connected to the SPOT OUT terminal on the rear of the unit.
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The alarm activation is informed to the connected peripherals via the DATA terminal or ALARM/REMOTE terminal
when the terminal is set to the alarm output mode. Output
duration is specified with the ALARM OUTPUT setup.
• Digital Disk Recorder enters a specific recording mode.
• Video Multiplexer changes pick-up frame rate and
frame order.
• System Controller makes the alarm indicator blink on
the controller.
● Alarm Reset
Alarms are reset according to the reset mode (EXT, auto (1S-5M) or OFF) selected in the ALARM OUTPUT setup.
• Manual resetting
Pressing the RESET button on the unit resets the activated alarm.
Pressing the ALARM RESET button on the controller resets the activated alarm.
• External resetting
Input to the ALARM/REMOTE terminal resets the activated alarm when the terminal is set to the alarm input mode.
• Auto resetting
Elapsing of the preset time resets the activated alarm, except for the unit's alarm indicator which remains on steady light.
● Alarm Suspension
This function is used in the setup operation or whenever you do not wish to accept alarm inputs.
Press the ALARM SUSPEND button on the front panel, or ALM SUSPEND on the controller. Alarm inputs will be ignored
while the indicator is lit.
Press the button again to release the alarm suspension. Alarm inputs will be accepted after the indicator turns off.
Function
WJ-MP204C
WV-CU360C
Enter a camera number with
numeric buttons.
Camera Selection
CAM
1
2
3
4
CAM
#
then
SET
ALM RESET
Alarm Reset
ALARM
RESET
ALM RECALL
ALARM
Alarm Suspend
Alarm Suspend
Reset
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ALM SUSPEND
SUSPEND
SET
ALM SUSPEND
ALARM
SUSPEND
SET
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
Camera Input
Spot Input
VS/VD Input
Camera Output
Spot Output
VS/VD Output
Data Communication Standard
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Alarm Recover Input
Alarm Reset Output
Spot Switching Input
Spot Switching Output
Unit address
Operating for System
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ambient Operating Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
*1
*2
*3
*4
: 220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz
:7W
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x 4
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x 1
: VS (1 V[p-p]/75 Ω), or VD (4 V[p-p]/75 Ω) x1
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω (Looped through) x4
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x1 (Changeable Output from camera input or Spot input)
: VS/VD IN (Looped through), or internal VD (4 V[p-p]/75 Ω) x 1
: Based on RS-485 (4-Line/2-Line*1)
Modular Jack x 1, or 5-pin terminal x 1*2
: 4 (Alarm Output/Remote Input/Remote Output selectable)*3
: 1 (O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])
: 1 (No Voltage Contact)
: 1 (0/5 V ↔ O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])*4
: 1 (No Voltage Contact)
: 1 (O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])
: 1 - 8 (Set with UNIT switch) 9-99 (Set in Setup menu)
: Selection Camera
Alarm (Data/Display/Reset/Suspend)
Setup
Camera, Lens, Housing, PAN/TILT, External device control
: –10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F )
: Less than 90 %
: 210 (W) x 44 (H) x 350 (D) mm
[8-9/16”(W) x1-3/4”(H) x13 3/4”(D)]
: 2.6 kg (5.72 lbs.)
Selectable using the mode switch
Valid in communication mode
Selectable using the setup menu and internal connector
Selectable using an internal switch
Dimensions and weight are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Switch Protector ....................................................................... 1 pc.
ALL RESET
The Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204C can be reset to the default settings as follows:
1. Press the power switch to set it to the OFF position.
2. Press the power switch down to the ON position while pressing the camera selection buttons 2, 3, and 4.
3. Continue to press the camera selection button approximately 3 seconds after pressing the power switch down to the ON
position.
4. When all indicators light up, resetting is completed.
1
2
3
Press
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N1001-0
2001
© Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
V8QA5878AN
Printed in Japan
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