DCK-100

DCK-100

CONTROL KEYBOARD

User Manual

DCK-100

CONTENTS

1. CAUTION

2. INTRODUCTION

2-1. Components

2-2. Summary and Features

2-3. Function of Each Button

2-4. Connector (Terminals at the bottom of unit)

3. HOW TO USE DETAILED FUNCTIONS

2-1. Attentive Points at Initial Setup

2-2. Basic Connection

2-3. How to Use

3-3-1. Basic Use of CCTV Transmitter

3-3-2. Password Function

3-3-3. How to enter OSD (On Screen Display) and Use

3-3-4. Setting Preset Position

3-3-5. Setting Swing Mode (Auto Pan)

3-3-6. Setting Group Mode

3-3-7. Tour Setup

3-3-8. Spiral Setup

3-3-9. P/T/Z trace Setup

3-3-10. Camera Remote Reset

3-3-11. Other Setting

4. CAUTIONS AND CHECK POINTS

5. DIMENSION

6. STANDARDS

6-1. General Specification

6-2. Controller Specification

6-3. A Source of Electric Power

6-4. Camera Control Interface

7. TABLE OF OPERATION

8. WARRANTY

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1. CAUTION

Thank you for using our product. Please read up this instruction manual before installing the unit.

If you have any questions about this product, please contact the manufacturer or distributor.

■ PRECAUTIONS

Please read the followings and install the unit before installation.

Be sure to avoid the following places.

□ Place with too much/low temperature

Installing where the temperature over 40°C or below -5°C will cause the unit malfunctions or reduce the performance.

□ Place with humidity, water or snow

Any liquid or water ingress to the unit can make the unit faulty.

□ Where there is a possibility of oil, gas, any liquid ingress

Any kind of liquid ingress to the unit cause problem.

□ Place with vibration or impact

If the unit is installed in a place with vibration or tremor, it may cause problem to the unit.

□ Place of direct rays or exterior

Don’t expose the unit directly to the sun or outside of inclement weather or the unit can cause failure.

□ Place of high frequency and power lines

Installing near communication equipment or power cables with electromagnetic waves can be reasons for malfunctions.

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■ Caution in Use

Be sure to read the following facts before installing the unit.

Don’t take apart or put foreign substance in the unit.

Taking apart (disassembling) the unit can cause problem.

Be sure to turn off the power of the unit.

Check out the appropriate power for the unit and turn on the power switch.

Do not give the unit a shock, impact or harsh operation.

Too much impact to the button or terminal of the unit can cause problem.

(Much too power to the joystick, it can be broken.)

This product has been designed and manufactured in accordance with the harmonized European standards, following the provisions of the below stated directives.

Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC(EN61000-3-2:1995, EN61000-3-

3:1995, EN50081-1:1992, EN50082-1:1997)

This devise complies with part 15 of the fcc rules operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2)

This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation

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2. INTRODUCTION

2-1. Components

a) Control Keyboard : 1 EA

b) Power Supply (DC 12V 1.0A) : 1 EA c)

Instruction Manual

: 1 EA

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2-2. Summary and Features

- Summary -

This is a control unit that can control Speed Dome, CCTV Receiver etc.

Connecting to Speed Dome, CCTV Receiver, Auto selecting, Preset etc. can be set and operated.

- Features -

Maximum 255pcs of cameras can be controlled.

Pan/ Tilt/ Zoom by 3-Axis Joystick..

Maximum 250 Preset positions allow you to observe wider areas.

It can control PAN/TILT Swing(Auto Pan)

Group functions

Tour functions setup and operation.

PTZ Trace

Spiral Setup

Support of Multi Protocol

User-friendly OSD of camera setting.

Camera, Light, Power, Aux of Receiver

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2-3. Function of Each Button

1) Numbers : (0 - 9) used to input numbers for numerical value or relevant functions.

2) CLR (CLEAR) : Press this key when you want to remove functions or cancel input command.

3) ENT (ENTER) : Use this to save input functions or run the functions.

4) SET : used for setup mode.

5) F1 : Preliminary Key

6) F2 : Preliminary Key

7) F/F, F/N : When using zoom lens, these keys can control focus (far/near).

8) PRESET : Press this key to save Preset position or move the camera to pre-set location.

9) SWING : with 2 preset points, you can set it as Pan or Tilt swing and do a repeated surveillance.

10) GROUP : Up to 12 Preset points can be bound as 1 Group and moving speed, dwell time in between Preset points.

11) TOUR : Maximum 12 Groups can be combined in as a Tour and you can continuously watch closely.

12) MENU : This key is used when you want to set functions. Refer to each function key for details.

13) AUX : This is preliminary contacts of Receiver and On/Off key of Camera, Light power.

This is used when you want to control special units.

15)

ON, OFF : These are used to stop or run functions.

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2-4. Connector (terminals at the bottom of unit)

RS-485 is used for communication.

(T

erminals at the bottom of unit)

)

Camera control

1~128 numbers of Speed domes or CCTV Receivers can be connected here.

Parallel connection on RS485 communication.

Camera control 2

129~255 numbers of Speed domes or CCTV Receivers can be connected here. Parallel connection on RS485 communication.

POWER

Power supply unit (Jack type) DC 12V 1A should be connected.

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3. How to Use Detailed Functions

3-1. Attentive Points at Initial Setup

This unit can exclusively used as a CCTV Transmitter keyboard.

- Once you give the power to the unit with DC Jack, version will be shown and it will do the

Memory Initial as below.

3-2. Basic Connection

- 3 Lines (485+, 485-, GND) can be used for data.

(It can work in some cases even ‘GND’ is not connected, connect cables after opening the cover on the backside of the keyboard)

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3-3. How to Use

3-3-1. Basic Use of CCTV Transmitter

Followings are how the unit is exclusively used as a main CCTV Transmitter and how you set.

■ Protocol setting

DCK-100 keyboard supports the protocol of D-max, Pelco-P, Pelco-D, Samsung-T

D-max, Samsung-T support only Baud rate 9600bps,

Parity bit, data bit, start bit = N,8,1

9600bps

D-max

O

Pelco-P

O

Pelco-D

O

Samsung-T

O

4800bps

2400bps

X

X

O

O

O

O

X

X

- Way of changing Protocol

① Protocol setting displays when power is on as pushing the button on the keyboard.

1=Dmax 2,3=P 4=S

② Select the protocol by pushing the numbered button on the left side of the keyboard.

No. Protocol

1 D-max

1=96 2=48 3=24

2 Pelco-P

3 Pelco-D

4 Samsung-T

Baud rate Setting displays on LDC after selecting the protocol

③ Set up the Baud rate (1=9600bps, 2=4800bps, 3=2400bps)

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■ Select Camera

To control camera you want, press a number you want (1~255) and ‘ENT’.

ex) Select Camera :

■ Basic Functions of Joystick and Camera

Operating Joystick

Focus far

Z/I

(Tele)

Focus near

Z/O

(Wide)

Move the joystick up/ down/ left / right or diagonally

3-3-2. Password Function

When password mode is on, all the functions of keyboard don

’t work.

Password is 3 digits, only number is available, and the initial password is

“000”.

■ Way of selecting Password mode

Pass Mode OnOff?

① Press button on the keyboard →

Press "ON" or "OFF" button, when "Pass Mode OnOff" message displays.

Unable to control Keyboard

Able to control Keyboard

- When Password mode is on

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button on the keyboard →

Password:

Press

Press button by the number pad on the left side after entering 3-digit password.

(Initial password is "000".)

Way of changing the Password

(Press long)

(Enter current password)

(Enter new password)

Cha nge P assw ord?

Passw ord:* * *

New Passw ord: * * *

3-3-3. How to enter OSD (On Screen Display) and Use.

OSD Control

It brings up the OSD menu of Speed Dome Camera.

Entering OSD Menu

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Press the buttons above and OSD menu will appear on the monitor with buzzer sound.

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OSD

Menu Control

A cursor will be blinking on the monitor. (waiting for command)

Move the Joystick up/down/left/right and place it where you want.

Escape

from OSD Menu

+

Press like above and OSD menu on the monitor will disappear and you should get out of the menu.

3-3-4. Setting Preset Positions

Up to 250 preset positions can be programmed on each camera.

Save preset

~

 

To save Preset setup (1~250), move the camera you want to observe and take above steps repeatedly. You could do this on each camera..

Moving to pre-set Positions

~

Press Preset number (1~250

) and press ‘PRESET’ key to designated position.

Deleting each Preset individually

Press ‘CLR’ button for about 2seconds and follow steps below when buzzer sounds.

Ex) Deleting Preset No. 5

(Hold for 2 sec)

  

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Press key if you want to get out of the procedure.

Deleting all programmed Presets

Press ‘CLR’ for 3 seconds and follow steps below when you hear a beep.

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(Hold for 3 sec)

 

Without deleting Preset positions if you set another Preset number on it, it will move to later Preset positions and you don’t have to clear.

3-3-5. Setting Swing Mode (Auto Pan)

You can put Speed Dome under repeated observation mode by letting it move back and forth in between 2 Preset positions. (Pan or Tilt)

(This setup can be us ed as ‘Auto Pan’ function in CCTV Receiver.)

Swing

Setup

For Pan Swing

(left / right)

For Tilt Swing

(up / down)

Select Swing Mode (1=Pan, 2=Tilt)

Preset No. 1~250

Starting Preset No.

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Preset No.1~250

Ending Preset No.

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Dwell time (1~127sec) after movement

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Moving speed (1~64sec)

Ex). when you want to set ‘Pan Swing’ with Preset number 1, 2 and 2sec of dwell time, at the moving speed of 30.

→ → → → → → →

Set Swing (Pan) Preset No.1 Preset No.2

→ → →

Dwell Time(2sec) Moving speed 30 (1~64 steps)

- Dwell Time: Time interval (sec.) between 2 Preset positions.

- Swing Speed: Moving speed from A to B point. (64=Highest, 1=Lowest)

- Be sure to set Pan for left-right, Tilt for up-down.

- Be sure not to mix Preset No between up/down, left/right.

Run Swing

(for Pan ) or (for Tilt)

Stop Swing

Press key or touch the joystick.

3-3-6. Setting Group Mode

Maximum 12 Preset points can be bound in 1 Group. You can put Speed Dome under repeated observation mode by binding up to 12 Preset points with specific moving speed and dwell time.

(Up to 12 Groups can be set.)

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Setting

Group

Setting Group Mode

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Choose One Group Number between 1~12.

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Select one Preset No.(1~250)

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Move Speed: Speed from A to B

Highest=64 Lowest=1

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Dwell time: Time for which the camera stays before it starts to move.

- Start again from Preset Number to keeping inputting.

- Press SET Key when you are done to enter normal mode.

- When you set another Group, follow steps as above and save up to 12Groups.

Ex) Save Preset No.4 to No.6 in Group No.3 at the speed of 64 and dwell time for 5sec.

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+

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Enter Group Mode.

Select Preset No.4

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Dwell time, 5sec

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Move speed(64step)

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Select Group No.3

번 Group 선택

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Move speed(64steps)

Choose Preset No.5

Dwell time, 5sec

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Run Group

~

Stop Group

Press Preset No.6

Dwell time, 5sec

+

Move speed

(64step)

SET to complete

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Press key or move the

Delete Group

to stop.

If you delete Group, Preset value would also be deleted at the same time.

- If you set another Group on existing Group instead of deleting, renewed Group will remain, which means you don’t have to delete it and set another Group on it.

3-3-7. Tour Setup

Up to 12 Groups can be bound in a Tour and all Groups can automatically operate in a row.

Set tour mode

① Tour Setup Mode

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② Select Group among Group No.1~12.

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③ Repeat the process if you want to input many Groups..

When you are done with inputting, push SET key to complete Tour setup.

Ex) When you want to save Group No. 1, 3, 6 in Tour.

→ → → → → → →

Enter tour mode Save Group No1

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Run / Stop / Delete Tour

Run

Tour

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Delete Tour

Stop

Tour

정지

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 

Save Group No3.

Save Group No6 or move the joystick

If you delete Tour, all Group, Preset value will also be deleted.

Without having to delete Tour, you may set Tour again on the existing Tour.

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3-3-8. Spiral Setup

You can observe helically.

Spiral On / Off: or

3-3-9. P/T/Z Trace Setup

You can save some traces where the dome moved. And the dome will remember it and automatically tracks again and again for up to 180 sec.

Run / Stop Trace or

Set Trace

(Trace Setup completed.)

Delete Trace

Consult PTZ manual for detailed explanation.

3-3-10. Camera Remote Reset

This function allows you to reset a relevant camera or CCTV Receiver when they have error.

- Choose Camera you hope to control and press

10 + MENU.

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3-3-11. Other Setting

Camera / Light / External (Aux 1, Aux 2) / Power On/Off

Camera Power

Select Camera you hope to turn on or off.

Light Power

AUX1 Power

AUX2 Power

Left/Right conversion

Zoom in/out

Focus

Slow Joystick Speed

Buzzer Sound On/Off

Read P/T position

Read Lens Position

Speed Dome Home Position setup

Speed Dome Internal Fan setup

Speed Dome Internal Fan On/Off

or or or

or

It works on D-max

Receiver only.

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4. Cautions and Check Points

 Do not provide any power to the unit during installation.

 Install the unit where is well ventilated because its operating temperature is 5℃ - 50℃.

 Be cautious of places with strong shock or vibration that can cause malfunctions of the unit.

 Don’t expose the unit directly to the sun or outside of inclement weather or the unit can cause failure.

 Avoid installing the unit in places with much magnetic or electric wave that can cause communication error.

 Be careful not to misconnect the lines when you install the unit.

 Never operate the unit until Buzzer sound is off.

 Provide power to the unit after checking if the lines (cables) to outside are insulated.

 Do not give too much power when you handle the joystick.

Simple Troubleshooting and checking

Please check and do the troubleshooting as below if the unit malfunctions.

Malfunctions Check point Troubleshooting

Check if the DC Jack is well connected.

Power doesn’t come on Is the power properly provided?

Check out if the adaptor (power supply) is working well..

Pan/ Tilt is not working.

Did you input correct camera number?

Is RX

(Receiver)’s Address the same as Camera number?

Press ‘CLR’ key and input correct number

Check the DIP switch of RX (Receiver) again.

Preset (move) function doesn’t perform well.

Did you set and save the Preset number at PRESET mode?

Does the camera (itself) have

PRESET function?

Do the PRESET setting again and try it again.

Some cameras support PRESET and some don’t.

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5. Dimension

Unit: mm

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6. Standards

6-1. General Specification

Section

Output signal

● RS – 485

Specifications

Comm. speed

● Speed 9,600BPS, No parity, 8Bit data, 1Bit stop

Operational function

Operation

(Display)

Sound in use

Component

● Operate Pan/Tilt /Zoom lens

● Camera power On/Off , Light power On/Off , AUX On/Off

● Setting and Running Preset, Swing, Group, Tour, Trace

● Display: LCD Display

● Input ? : Number what you input will be outputted.

● Camera: If you input Camera number, the input data will let designated camera(1-256) show video on the monitor.

● Alarm : LED light on when Alarm on

● When you input relevant key: Buzzer will beep for about 0.5 second.

● When you input wrong key: It will beep 3 times.

● Keyboard Body -1-

● Power Supply: DC 12V 1.0A -1-

● Instruction Manual -1-

6-2. Controller Specification

ITEM

In/ Output Terminal

Specification

Terminal Block

Communicate with Camera RS-485

Operating Temperature 0∼40。C

Storage Temperature

Operating Humidity

-5∼55°C

10∼75%

Storage Humidity

Dimension

Weight

10∼95%

303(L)×168(W)×45(H)

About 1.2kg

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6-3. A Source of Electric Power

Voltage: DC 12V (±20%)

Current: 1.0A (min)

6-4. Camera Control Interface

ITEM Specification

Asynchronous Serial

1 Start bit

Length of data/ sync

Signal polarity

Way of transmission

Transmission speed

8 Data bit

No parity

1 Stop bit

11 Byte command

Mark logic "1"

Space logic "0"

Half duplex

9600 bps

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7. Table of Operation

Operation Function

Keyboard [1-255] + [ENT] Selecting Camera

[SET]

[J.S Stop]+[SET]+[+[Keypad 1~250]+[PST]

[Preset No]+[PST]

[CLR+2sec]+[Keypad 1~250]+[PST]

[CLR+2sec]+[PST]+[ENT]

[SET]+[SWING]

[1/2]+[ENT]

[Keypad1~250]+[ENT]+[Keypad 1~250]+ [ENT]

[Keypad 1~127]+[ENT]

[Keypad 1~64]+[ENT]

[1/2]+[SWING]

[SWING]/Joystick

Start setting Preset Mode

Moving and running Preset

Deleting Preset One by One

Deleting all Preset

Startup Swing Mode

Selecting Pan or tilt swing

Setting 2 Preset points

Setting Dwell time

Setting Swing Speed

Run Pan or Tilt Swing

Stop Swing

[SET]+[GROUP]

[Keypad 1~6]+[ENT]

[Keypad 1~250]+[ENT]

[Keypad 1~64]+[ENT]

[Keypad 1~127]+[ENT]

[SET]

[Keypad 1~12]+[GROUP]

[GROUP]/Joystick

[SET]+[TOUR]

[Keypad 1~12]+[ENT]←repeat

[SET]

[TOUR]

[TOUR]/Joystick

1+[AUX] + [ON/OFF]

Start Group Mode

Select Group number

Select Preset point

Setting Moving speed from Preset to Preset.

Set Dwell Time

Confirm input value

Run Group

Stop Group

Start Tour Mode

Repeat Tour value

Confirm

Run Tour observation

Stop Tour observation

CCTV CAMERA Power ON/OFF

2+[AUX] + [ON/OFF] CCTV LIGHT Power ON/OFF

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[7]+[MENU]+[ON]

[7]+[MENU]+[OFF]

[8]+[MENU]+[ON]

[8]+[MENU]+[OFF]

[9]+[MENU]+[ON]

[9]+[MENU]+[OFF]

[Keypad〕

[1~255]+[ENT]+[10]+[MENU]+[ENT]

Sprial function On

Sprial function Off

Run P/T/Z Trace

Stop P/T/Z Trace

P/T/Z Trace memorizing

Deleting memorized P/T/Z Trace

Reset of chosen Camera

[11] + [MENU] + [ENT] (Available on Receiver) Up / Down switching mode

[12] + [MENU] + [ENT] (Available on Receiver) Left / Right switching mode

[13] + [MENU] + [ENT] (Available on Receiver) Zoom in / out switching mode

[14] + [MENU] + [ENT] (Available on Receiver) Focus far / near switching mode

[CLR] Press for about 2 seconds.

[PRESET No 1~64] + [PST]

[PST] + [ENT]

[GROUP] + [ENT]

[TOUR] + [ENT]

Enter CLEAR MODE

Deleting Preset one by one

Deleting all Preset

Deleting all Group

Deleting Tour

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8. Warranty

Model

Date of production

Production Number

Name

User

Address

WARRANTY

Control Keyboard (DCK-100)

● Product features can be subject to change without any notice to improve its quality or specifications.

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