VDS 2100/2200 Installation Manual

VDS 2100/2200 Installation Manual
VDS2100/2200 Installation Manual
VDS 2100/2200
Installation Manual
Contents
Introduct ion..........................................................................................................2
Features ..............................................................................................................2
Packing Che cklist ................................................................................................2
The Connect ion Layout of V DS2100/22 00 .........................................................2
Certifica te ............................................................................................................2
Patents.................................................................................................................2
Limited Warran ty .................................................................................................2
Functions o f Remote Unit (VDS 2100 Sen der-V) ................................................3
Specifica tion of VDS 210 0 Sender-V ..................................................................3
Functions o f Local Unit( VDS 2200 Viewer ) ........................................................4
Specifica tion of VDS 220 0 Viewer ......................................................................4
Making Conn ections ............................................................................................5
Installation Notice ................................................................................................5
Connectin g the Sender un it ................................................................................6
Connectin g the Viewer unit .................................................................................6
Reference d ata for coaxi al cable used ...............................................................7
Trouble Shooti ng .................................................................................................8
Connector A daptors ............................................................................................8
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Introduction
& Built-in electrical transient voltage
suppressor(TVS) protection on
LINK IN and LINK OUT ends.
& Inter-carrier technology eliminates
signal interference.
VDS2100/2200 is a transmission system
for transmitting video, audio signals and
DC power through one coaxial cable.
The Sender unit and the Viewer unit can
send signals and 12VDC camera power
for 500 meters. If a camera is powered
at the remote end, without DC power
supplying from the Viewer, the
transmission distance of the system can
be over 500 meters.
Packing Checklist
Carefully unpack the VDS2100/2200
and check if the following items are
included:
& VDS2100 Sender-V (Remote Unit)
& VDS2200 Viewer (Local Unit)
& Four Screws for Sender and Viewer
& Two mounting brackets and two
screws for power adaptor
& DC to DC Power cord
(1)
& PD102 Power Adaptor (AC to DC )
and AC Power Cord
& Installation Manual
Features
& One cable transmits all signals and
DC power.
& Universal Voltage Input (100V~240V).
& Various coaxial connectors available,
such as BNC(m), RCA(m) and F(m).
& Up to 500 meters range with DC
power.
& Can be over 500 meters range with
separate power source for a
camera and the system.
& Real time analog video signals for
color and B/W (50fps/60fps), better
than 480TVL resolution.
Contact your dealer immediately if any of
the above items appears damaged or the
unit does not work.
(1) PD102 is the standard DC power supply of
the system, which accepts universal AC
current standard from 100VAC to 240 VAC.
The Connection Layout of VDS2100/2200
Table 1. Connection Layout of VDS2100 Sender-V and VDS2200 Viewer
Layout
2100/2200
2100/2200
2100/2200
2100/2200
2100/2200
2100/2200
-L01
-L02
-L03
-L04
-L05
-L06
Link Out/In
Audio In/Out
Video In/Out
F Plug
F Plug
F Plug
BNC Plug
BNC Plug
BNC Plug
BNC Plug
RCA Plug
RCA Plug
BNC Plug
RCA Plug
RCA Plug
BNC Plug
BNC Plug
RCA Plug
BNC Plug
BNC Plug
RCA Plug
The following description about this product is base on connection Layout L04 type.
Certificate
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the Part 15 rules of the US
FCC Regulation, European Directive 2002/95/EC - Restriction of Hazardous
Substance and gets CE approved.
Patents
Patents covering the design, operation, techniques, and unique features of the Singlecable transmission device of a surveillance system include: U.S. Patent #US
6,369,699 B1 April 9, 2002; Taiwan Patent #201389 September 3 2004; Europe
Patent #EP 1134909 A1 September 19, 2001. Other Patents are pending.
Limited Warranty
Biwave grants a warranty for this product for 18 months. Please offer the purchase
date and the serial Number of Bar-Code on the back of the product to your distributor
or retailer as proof for this purpose. During the warranty period, in case of defected in
material or workmanship, the defective unit will be repaired or replaced according to
the assessment of Biwave. However, this warranty does not cover damages caused
by improper use or from unauthorized modifications by third parties.
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Functions of Remote Unit
(VDS2100 Sender-V):
Link Output Side
Signals Input Side
LINK OUT with DC IN:
To send out video and audio signals
to the Viewer unit and to receive DC
power from the Viewer unit.
AUDIO IN:
To receive an audio signal from audio
source, e.g. microphone.
VIDEO IN:
To receive a video signal from video
source, e.g. camera.
DC OUT:
To send 12VDC power to a camera.
Cover panel
LED:
When LED shows red, which means
both the system and camera are
powered well. When LED shows
green, which means the system,
excluding the camera, gets power
supply from the power adaptor. When
LED shows yellow, which means the
power voltage is low and could
probably cause a malfunction in the
system.
Specification of VDS2100 Sender-V
To ensure smooth operation of VDS2100, the
following minimum system and setup
requirements should be met.
Electrical
Video and Audio
Video Input Signal:
1.0Vpp, 75 internal impedance
(NTSC/PAL Compatible)
Bandwidth of Video Signal:
5.0MHz typ
Audio Input Signal:
3.0Vpp max, 22k Internal Impedance
DC Power and Link Out
DC Out:
DC12V, 0.5Amax.
Link Out with DC In:
Link signal output and DC Power input,
27VDC Max.
Connection: (Layout L04)
Video and Audio
Video Input:
BNC Socket
Audio Input:
BNC Socket
DC Power and Link Out
DC Out:
DC Plug(5.5/2.0mm)
Link Out:
BNC Socket
Fig.1 VDS2100 Sender-V, Remote Unit
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Functions of Local Unit
(VDS2200 Viewer):
Signals Output Side
Link Input Side
VIDEO OUT:
To send the video signal out to a
device(monitor, video switch, DVR or
other systems).
LINK IN with DC OUT:
To receive video and audio signals
from the Sender unit and to send DC
power out to the Sender unit.
AUDIO OUT:
To send out the audio signal to a
device. The level of audio signal from
AUDIO OUT is exactly the same as
that of signal which AUDIO IN
DC IN:
To input the power from the Power
Adaptor.
POWER ON/OFF:
To turn on or turn off the system
Cover panel
Specification of VDS2200 Viewer
To ensure smooth operation of VDS2200, the
following minimum system and setup
requirements should be met.
LED:
When LED shows red, which means
both Viewer unit and Sender unit are
powered properly. When LED shows
green, which means the system is
powered from the Power Adaptor
well and the whole system is
"standby".
Electrical
Video and Audio
Video Output Signal:
1.0Vpp, 75 internal impedance
(NTSC/PAL Compatible)
Bandwidth of Video Signal:
5.0MHz typ.
S/N ratio of Video Signal:
50dB typ
Gain of Audio Output:
0dB 3dB, 600 internal impedance
Bandwidth of Audio Signal:
50Hz to 10KHz, 3dB
DC Power and Link In
DC Power Input:
15V ~ 27V, Adjusted from AC to DC Power
Adaptor
Link In:
Link Signal Input and 15V ~ 27VDC
Out(0.5A Max.)
Connection: (Layout L04)
Video and Audio
Video Out:
BNC Socket
Audio Out:
BNC Socket
DC Power and Link In
Link In with DC Out:
BNC Socket
DC In:
DC Plug(5.5/2.0mm)
Fig.2 VDS2200 Viewer, Local Unit
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Making Connections
The following illustration gives an overview of the Sender unit and the Viewer unit
connections. Please note that because of high DC output of the LINK IN port, only
coaxial cable can be used to connect the LINK OUT of Sender unit.
CCD Camera
(Composite Video Out)
CCD camera is
used as 12VDC.
If Power Adaptor
uses a different
voltage, then
please find
another power
source for the
CCD camera.
(1) (2)
PD102
Power Adaptor
System DC Power
21V
18V
15V
24V
27V
To adjust
Voltage value
until LED of the
Sender shows
Red(Power) or
Green(Standby).
Signals
DC Power
Coaxial Cable
0 to 500Meters
RG-6/U (inner conductor:
bare copper) or equivalence
(1) PD102 is the standard DC power
supply of the system, which accepts
universal AC voltage in the range from
100VAC to 240VAC.
(2) The output voltage range of PD102 is
15V ~ 27V.
Video Output
Audio Output
Fig.3 Connection of VDS2100 Sender and VDS2200 Viewer
Installation Notice
When setting up the VDS2100/2200 Sender unit and Viewer unit, be sure to note the
following points:
Both units should be fixed securely to a permanent object such as a wall or a pillar.
Avoid locations with extreme vibrations or dust.
Avoid locations with dampness or extreme heat.
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Connecting the
Sender unit
This illustration
shows the
connection of
Sender unit:
CCD Camera
(Composite Video Out)
Signals Input
Side Connection
Fig.4 Connecting the Sender unit
Connect an
audio signal
from the audio source to AUDIO IN of Signals Input Side.
Connect a video signal from the video source to VIDEO IN of
Signals Input Side.
Connect DC OUT of Signals Input Side to a camera with a DC
power cord(DC 12V) if the camera consumes power from the
Viewer unit.
Link Output Side Connection
Connect one end of a coaxial cable to LINK OUT Side.
Connecting the Viewer unit
PD 102
Power Adaptor
The following illustration shows the
connection of the Viewer unit:
System DC Power
Link In Side Connection
21V
18V
Connect LINK IN side of the Viewer
with the other end of the coaxial cable
which has been connected to LINK
OUT side of the Sender unit.
15V
24V
27V
Plug the socket with one end of the
power cord(one of the accessories),
and connect with the other end of the
power cord to PD102 which is
connected to DC IN of LINK IN side on
the other end. Then adjust PD102
voltage until LED of the Sender unit
become red or green(green light
means the camera is powered by an
separate power).
Signals Output Side Connection
Connect the local system(monitors,
DVR, or other devices ) to AUDIO OUT
of the signals output side.
Connect the local system(monitors,
DVR, or other devices ) to VIDEO OUT
of the signals output side.
Video Output
Audio Output
Fig.5 Connecting the Viewer unit
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Reference data for coaxial cable used
Take the example of RG-6/U(bare copper), the required DC power voltage for
different DC current loading and transmission distance shown as bellow:
Table 2. Minimum Supply Voltage vs Transmission Distance
DC Current
Transmission Distance
Loading
in Remote site
(+12VDC OUT) 150ft/50M 300ft/100M 600ft/200M 1500ft/500M
200mA
<18V
19V
21V
27V
300mA
18V
19V
22V
-
500mA
18V
21V
26V
-
Maximum Transmission Distance (FT/M) for different coaxial cable when DC
power input is +27V without DC current loading (the camera consumes power
from other source):
Table 3. Transmission Distance vs Coaxial Cable
Coaxial Cable
W/O DC Current Loading
RG-6/U
(1)
1500ft/500M
RG-59/U
1200ft/400M
5C-2V
1500ft/500M
3C-2V
800ft/270M
Maximum Transmission Distance (FT/M) for different coaxial cable when DC
power input is +27V and DC current is loading (Camera consumes DC power
from Remote unit):
Table 4. Maximum Distance vs DC Current Loading
DC Current Loading in Remote side
Coaxial cable
200mA
300mA
500mA
RG-6/U (2)1500ft/500M (2)1200ft/400M 750ft/250M
(1)
RG-59/U 900ft/300M
5C-2V
3C-2V
600ft/300M
400ft/130M
(2)
1500ft/500M (2)1500ft/500M (2)1500ft/500M
800ft/270M
800ft/270M
720ft/240M
(1) RG-59/U is not recommended because its inner-conductor is copper-clad steel wire,
resulting in a large DC Resistance.
(2) RG-6/U (inner conductor: bare copper) is strongly recommended.
(3) Transmission distance of the system with DC Current loading is not longer than that of the
system without DC Current loading.
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Trouble Shooting
1. To see if the signals are sent well from the Sender unit to the Viewer Unit, you
can check the LED situation of the Sender unit.
2. If you cannot see the picture in the Viewer side (e.g. a monitor), check if the
camera is working well.
3. If you cannot hear the sound in the Viewer side (e.g. a monitor or a speaker),
check if the microphone is working well.
4. To check if the video signal transmission of the system is working fine, you
can plug the video cord, which connects to a camera end, into the AUDIO
IN of the Sender unit. If the system begins to buzz, it means that video
signal transmission is working. If it doesn't buzz, please go to the retailer
for replacement.
5. If you find the striped noise on the picture after completing installation of the
system, please check the density of Braid Shield cord of the coaxial cable
you use for the system. If the density is below 60%, the system is easily
interfered by radio.
Connector Adaptors
BNC (m) to RCA (f)
F (m) to BNC (f)
BNC (m) to F (f)
F (m) to RCA (f)
1. The description about our products is
base on connection Layout L04 type:
Video: BNC socket; Audio: BNC socket;
Link: BNC socket
2. If you find the connections of this product
you just purchased are not what you
expect, you can apply connector adaptors
as illustrated for various connections.
3. m: male, f: female
RCA (m) to BNC (f)
RCA (m) to F (f)
Fig.6 Various Connector Adaptors
4. BNC : Bayonet nut Connector, used for
industrial equipment
RCA: Use for AV products
F: Type "F" , use for CATV products
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