RoboSHOT 12 and 30 QDVI System Manual

RoboSHOT 12 and 30 QDVI System Manual
Installation and User Guide
VADDIO™ ROBOSHOT™ SERIES CAMERAS
RoboSHOT 12 and RoboSHOT 30, HD Robotic PTZ Camera Systems
featuring the Quick-Connect™ DVI/HDMI-SR Interface
RoboSHOT 12
RoboSHOT 30
High-definition Robotic PTZ Conferencing Camera
Featuring a 12X, 73º Wide Angle Optical Zoom Lens
and Tri-Synchronous Motion
High-definition Robotic PTZ Camera for Medium to Large Venues
Featuring 30X Optical Zoom Lens and Tri-Synchronous Motion.
Available in Black or White finishes.
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR System Interface
System Model and Part Numbers
RoboSHOT 12 QDVI System, 999-9906-000 (North America), 999-9906-001 (Int’l)
RoboSHOT 30 QDVI System, 999-9916-000 (North America), 999-9916-001 (Int’l)
RoboSHOT 30 QDVI System, 999-9916-000W (North America), 999-9916-001W (Int’l)
(Note: The W suffix on the part number indicates white version of the RoboSHOT 30)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Unpacking the Camera Systems............................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Image: RoboSHOT 12 HD PTZ Camera ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 Image: RoboSHOT 30 HD PTZ Camera ....................................................................................................................................................... 7 Image: RoboSHOT 12 and 30 Rear Panel Connections .............................................................................................................................. 8 Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface .................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Image: Rear Panel Connectors and Features .............................................................................................................................................. 9 Image: Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface Front Panel ........................................................................................................................ 9 System Configuration Example ............................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Diagram: Basic Connectivity Example of the RoboSHOT and the Quick Connect SR ............................................................................... 10 Pre-Installation ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Setting the RoboSHOT Camera HD Resolution ............................................................................................................................................... 11 Drawing: Dip Switch and Resolution Label on the Bottom of the RoboSHOT ............................................................................................. 11 Setting the RoboSHOT Switch Gear: ............................................................................................................................................................... 11 Dip Switch Settings Further Explained (DSSFE): ............................................................................................................................................. 11 Installation Basics: ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 12 Controlling the Camera ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 IR Remote Commander ............................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Telnet Control............................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 The Screen Shot Tour ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Compatible Web Browsers ............................................................................................................................................................................... 14 DHCP IP Set-up (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) ................................................................................................................................. 14 Static IP Set-up: ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Screen Shot: Login...................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Screen Shot: Camera Control Page............................................................................................................................................................ 15 Screen Shot: Storing Presets ...................................................................................................................................................................... 16 Screen Shot: Admin login from the Camera Control Page ......................................................................................................................... 17 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Camera Settings ............................................................................................................................................ 18 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Room Labels .................................................................................................................................................. 19 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - DHCP Network Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 20 Screen SHOT: Admin Menu - Static IP Configuration ................................................................................................................................ 20 Screen SHOT: Admin Menu - Security ....................................................................................................................................................... 21 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Diagnostics .................................................................................................................................................... 21 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - System ........................................................................................................................................................... 22 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Update Confirmation ...................................................................................................................................... 23 Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Update in Progress ........................................................................................................................................ 23 Screen Shot - Admin Menu - Help ............................................................................................................................................................... 24 General Specifications .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Communication Specification ................................................................................................................................................................................ 26 Command Setting Values ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Exposure Control .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 31 Telnet Serial Command API.................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 Telnet Command List ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity - RoboSHOT HD PTZ Cameras ................................................................................................. 41 Compliance and CE Declaration of Conformity - Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface ................................................................................... 42 Warranty Information............................................................................................................................................................................................. 43 RoboSHOT HD Cameras - Document Number 342-0795
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
OVERVIEW
The astonishing RoboSHOT HD PTZ cameras are a professional
quality with very high quality imaging, fine detail and exceptional color
reproduction. This camera offers integrators, dealers and end users an
incredible improvement over other conferencing and large venue
cameras available today. The RoboSHOT Platform consists of two
models; the RoboSHOT 12 and the RoboSHOT 30.
The RoboSHOT 12 is perfect for small to medium sized conference
rooms. This model features a 12X optical zoom and a 73° wide angle
horizontal field of view, which provides incomparable support for
applications including UC conferencing, videoconferencing, distance
learning, lecture capture, telepresence and more!
The RoboSHOT 30 camera performs brilliantly in medium to large
rooms. It features a 30X optical zoom with an impressive 2.3° tele end
to 65° wide end horizontal field of view and provides exceptional
support for applications including House of Worship productions, large
auditorium A/V systems, large distance learning classrooms, live event
theatres with IMAG systems, large lecture theatres with lecture capture
and more!
The key features of both RoboSHOT cameras are Tri-Synchronous
Multi-Axis Motion and the Advanced Image Sensor, lens and ISP
(image signal processor) combination. The Tri-Synchronous Motion
algorithm in the RoboSHOT cameras is capable of moving all three
(pan, tilt and zoom) axes simultaneously. The algorithm calculates the
position and velocity of the smooth, direct-drive motor movements
between the presets so pan, tilt and zoom arrive at the preset subject
simultaneously, which finally allows for smooth and manageable on-air
camera movements. Yep, there’s no more pan/tilt, then zoom like other
PTZ cameras available today.
The lens, image sensor and ISP are the real magic behind the
RoboSHOT’s remarkable video performance characteristics. Both
cameras use the latest generation Exmor® 1/2.8”, 2.34 Megapixel, Full
HD (1080p/60) high-speed, low noise CMOS image sensor combined
with a new ISP, produces vivid, realistic and accurate color with
extremely fast, razor sharp automatic focus and auto iris routines.
RoboSHOT 12
HD PTZ Camera on Mount
RoboSHOT 30
HD PTZ Camera on Mount
Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI-SR Interface
The RoboSHOT platform uses the Vaddio EZCamera™ Cat-5 Cable System to transport HSDS™ (differential
video), power and control to and from the camera over Cat-5 cables. The market proven Quick-Connect™
Interfaces immediately provide integrators with the ultimate in camera configuration flexibility.
All RoboSHOT’s are equipped with an Ethernet port and a built-in web server, which allows the user to control the
camera functions on an internal web page with a browser from anywhere in the world, or in the same room, over
the IP network. Telnet, IR Remote and RS-232 control for the camera are available to satisfy almost any system
control requirements.
The RoboSHOT cameras were designed for the times and represent a new era in specifying and integrating
professional quality cameras into A/V and conferencing system configurations. In short, it has never been easier
to integrate cameras into any environment than with the RoboSHOT HD Cameras.
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
Intended Use:
Before operating the device, please read the entire manual thoroughly. The system was designed, built and tested
for use indoors with the power supply provided. The use of a power supply other than the one provided or outdoor
operation hasn’t been tested and may damage the device and/or create an unsafe operating condition.
Save These Instructions:
The information contained in this manual will help you install and operate your product. If these instructions are
misplaced, Vaddio keeps copies of Specifications, Installation and User Guides and most pertinent product
drawings (DWG and PDF) for the Vaddio product line on the Vaddio website. These documents can be downloaded
from www.vaddio.com free of charge.
Important Safeguards:
Read and understand all instructions before using. Do not operate any device if it has been dropped or damaged.
In this case, a Vaddio technician must examine the product before operating. To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not immerse in water or other liquids and avoid extremely humid conditions.
Use only the power supply provided with the system. Use of any unauthorized or
extended DC power supplies will void any and all warranties.
Please do not use “pass-thru” type RJ-45 connectors. These pass-thru type
connectors do not work well for professional installations and can be the cause of
intermittent connections which can result in the RS-232 control line failing and
locking up, and/or compromising the HSDS (high speed differential signals). For
best results please use standard RJ-45 connectors and test all cables for proper
pin-outs prior to use and connection to Vaddio Cat-5e products.
The RoboSHOT HD PTZ camera connectivity for all signals (video, power and control) is over Cat-5 cable
(ubiquitously referred to as Cat-5 or Cat-5e). For best results, please use quality Cat-5e cable and real RJ-45
crimpers. Unlike phone and data lines that use the four center conductors (pairs 3 & 6 and pairs 4 & 5), the Vaddio
EZCamera systems use all of the pins in most configurations. When terminated correctly The Vaddio Cat-5e
solution provides for the utmost in flexibility for HD video system design, integration and ease of installation.
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UNPACKING THE CAMERA SYSTEMS
Carefully remove the product and all of the included parts from the packaging.
Identify the following parts for each camera:
RoboSHOT 12 QDVI System
Part Number 999-9906-000 (North America)
One (1) RoboSHOT 12 HD PTZ Camera (998-9900-000)
One (1) Thin Profile Wall Mount (535-2000-240) with Mounting Hardware
One (1) IR Remote Commander (998-2100-000)
One (1) EZCamera Control Adapter (998-1001-232)
One (1) Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR Interface (998-1105-018)
One (1) 806-819 Gray RJ-45 Dust Cap (for 36VDC RJ-45 Port on camera)
One (1) 3-pin Molex 5.0mm Euro style Connector
One (1) Quick Setup Guide
Full Manuals are downloaded from support.vaddio.com
RoboSHOT 12 QDVI System
Part Number 999-9906-001 (International)
One (1) RoboSHOT 12 HD PTZ Camera (998-9900-000)
One (1) Thin Profile Wall Mount (535-2000-240) with Mounting Hardware
One (1) IR Remote Commander (998-2100-000)
One (1) EZCamera Control Adapter (998-1001-232)
One (1) Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR Interface (998-1105-018)
One (1) 24 VDC, 2.08 Amp Switching Power Supply
One (1) 802-2435 Euro Power Cord
One (1) 802-2436 UK Power Cord
One (1) 3-pin Molex 5.0mm Euro style Connector
One (1) Quick Setup Guide
Full Manuals are downloaded from support.vaddio.com
RoboSHOT 30 QDVI System (North America)
Part Number 999-9916-000 (black), 999-9916-000W (white)
One (1) RoboSHOT 30 HD PTZ Camera (998-9910-000)
One (1) Thin Profile Wall Mount (535-2000-240) with Mounting Hardware
One (1) IR Remote Commander (998-2100-000)
One (1) EZCamera Control Adapter (998-1001-232)
One (1) Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR Interface (998-1105-018)
One (1) 24 VDC, 2.08 Amp Switching Power Supply with AC Cord Set
One (1) 3-pin Molex 5.0mm Euro style Connector
One (1) Quick Setup Guide
Full Manuals are downloaded from support.vaddio.com
RoboSHOT 30 QDVI System (International)
Part Number 999-9916-001 (black), 999-9916-001W (white)
One (1) RoboSHOT 30 HD PTZ Camera (998-9910-000)
One (1) Thin Profile Wall Mount (535-2000-240) with Mounting Hardware
One (1) IR Remote Commander (998-2100-000)
One (1) EZCamera Control Adapter (998-1001-232)
One (1) Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR Interface (998-1105-018)
One (1) 24 VDC, 2.08 Amp Switching Power Supply
One (1) 802-2435 Euro Power Cord
One (1) 802-2436 UK Power Cord
One (1) 3-pin Molex 5.0mm Euro style Connector
One (1) Quick Setup Guide
Full Manuals are downloaded from support.vaddio.com
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Image: RoboSHOT 12 HD PTZ Camera
Camera Front View with Feature Call-outs
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②
③
Color: Silver and Black
⑤
⑥
④
1) Camera and Zoom Lens: This RoboSHOT model features a 12X optical zoom lens (12X in Super-Wide mode
and 10X in normal mode) that is built around an Exmor 1/2.8-Type, high-speed, low noise image sensor with a total
of 2.34 megapixels for exceptionally precise HD video image acquisition in a small to medium sized conference
room.
2) Camera Support Arm: The RoboSHOT cameras use a single control arm for pan and tilt movements. Both
ends of the cast control arm are anchored with silent and smooth BLDC (brushless DC) direct drive motors. These
motors provide ultra-accurate and fast camera positioning and are capable of the slowest of crawls, which are
suitable for on-air use.
3) IR Sensors: IR sensors are built into the front of the RoboSHOT to receive IR signals from the IR Remote
Commander supplied with the camera. The IR sensors sit behind the Makrolon IR Window on the front of the base.
4) Multi-Color LED:
The multi-colored LED indicates the use states of the camera:
 Purple LED is for Boot-up and Standby modes.
 Blue LED is for normal operation and is a power on, ready condition.
 The blue LED will blink when the camera receives a valid IR command.
 Solid red LED is to indicate a tally function illuminating when the camera is on-air.
 Blinking red LED indicates a fault condition.
 Yellow LED illuminates during a firmware update.
5) Logo: Really Cool Logo Badge (RCLB) is located on the IR Window.
6) Camera Base: Cast zinc alloy base for strength and stability, powder coated for toughness with fine texture.
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Image: RoboSHOT 30 HD PTZ Camera
The differences between the 12X model and the 30C models center around the power of the optical zoom lens and
overall color of the camera models. The 30X is available in both black and white.
①
Available in Black or White Versions
②
③
⑤
⑥
④
1) Camera and Zoom Lens: This RoboSHOT model has a powerful 30X optical zoom lens that is built around
an Exmor 1/2.8-Typ, high-speed, low noise image sensor with a total of 2.34 megapixels for vibrant, detailed HD
video image acquisition in a large to medium sized room.
2) Camera Support Arm: The RoboSHOT cameras use a single control arm for pan and tilt movements. Both
ends of the cast control arm are anchored with silent and smooth BLDC (brushless DC) direct drive motors. These
motors provide ultra-accurate and fast camera positioning and are capable of the slowest of crawls, which are
suitable for on-air use.
3) IR Sensors: IR sensors are built into the front of the RoboSHOT to receive IR signals from the IR Remote
Commander supplied with the camera. The IR sensors sit behind the Makrolon IR Window on the front of the base.
4) Multi-Color LED:
The multi-colored LED indicates the use states of the camera:
 Purple LED is for Boot-up and Standby modes.
 Blue LED is for normal operation and is a power on, ready condition.
 The blue LED will blink when the camera receives a valid IR command.
 Solid red LED is to indicate a tally function illuminating when the camera is on-air.
 Blinking red LED indicates a fault condition.
 Yellow LED illuminates during a firmware update.
5) Logo: Really Cool Logo Badge (RCLB) is located on the IR Window.
6) Camera Base: Cast zinc alloy base for strength and stability, powder coated for toughness with fine texture.
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Image: RoboSHOT 12 and 30 Rear Panel Connections
Rear panel connections are identical for both models (RoboSHOT 12 shown).
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
1) CAMERA SETTINGS: DIP switch settings for IR remote frequency, baud rate and image flip can be configured
on these switches. See the Switch Settings page for additional information.
2) HD VIDEO SELECT: A rotary switch allows the user to choose the HD video output resolution. See the Switch
Settings page for additional information.
3) NETWORK CONTROL Port: The Ethernet 10/100 port allows the camera to be controlled from embedded
web server with a web browser or through Telnet session.
4) RS-232 Port (Color Coded Blue): The RS-232 port accepts modified VISCA protocol for camera control over
a Cat-5e cable. This port also acts as an IR Forwarding port with the Quick-Connect SR or Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI interfaces, which allows the user to transmit 3rd party IR signals through camera to the head-end.
5) EZ-POWER VIDEO Port (Color Coded Orange and Yellow): The EZ-Power Video port supplies 24 VDC
power to the camera and delivers HD video back to the Quick-Connect interface using high speed differential
signaling over Cat-5e cable. Color code orange is for use with Quick-Connect SR, DVI/HDMI-SR, USB and USB
Mini. Color code yellow is for use with the Quick-Connect Universal CCU.
6) 36 VDC FOR CCU ONLY (Color Coded Red): The CCU power port is only used with Quick-Connect Universal
CCU and is shipped with a label over the connectors to remind the installer to “Please test and mark the Cat5/5e/6 UTP cable and confirm the connectivity prior to termination”. The RoboSHOT QDVI systems do not
use this connector.
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QUICK-CONNECT DVI/HDMI SR INTERFACE
Image: Rear Panel Connectors and Features
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑨ ⑩
⑧
1) Power Light: Blue LED Power Indicator
2) 24 VDC 2.0 Amp Power Port: Coax Power Connector, 5.5mm OD x 2.5mm ID, Positive Center.
3) Recessed Color Space Conversion Switch: Toggles between HDMI YCbCr and sRGB (RGBHV) color
space. Change the color space to accommodate either HDMI or DVI-D monitors.
4) RS-232 Control Input (Color Coded Grey): From joystick controller, codec or control system.
5) RS-232 OUT TO CAMERA (Color Coded Blue): RS-232 Control to & from Camera and IR signals returned
from the camera.
6) Daisy Chain Control Port: Daisy Chain Control Emulation (DCCE) output to next Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI
SR Interface (does not function with the AutoTrak System).
7) IR Output Port: Non-modulated (for hard connections) and Modulated for use with IR emitters.
8) DVI-D Output: High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Transmitter, HDMI (v 1.3 with deep color) and
DVI v 1.0 Compliant - use Recessed Color Space Conversion Switch ③ to toggle between HDMI YCbCr and
sRGB (RGBHV) color spaces to suit your monitors
9) YPbPr Output: Analog Component Video Output on DE-15F (HD-15F) Connector, Resolutions up to
1080p/60 with monitor support.
10) EZ-POWER VIDEO Port (Color Coded Orange): Supplies power to camera and returns HD video from the
camera via Cat-5e. Maximum distance on the CAT-5e cable is 100’ (30.5 m).
Image: Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface Front Panel
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②
1) Front Panel Screws (x 4):
Remove and reuse these screws when mounting to the 998-6000-003 Optional 1-RU Rack Panel for Two (2)
½-Rack sized enclosures. Optional panel holds two (2) interfaces side-by-side in 1-RU space.
2) Product Info:
Logo, Name, Part Number FCC and CE Marks and standard FCC disclaimer language (the exciting stuff)...
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE
The Quick-Connect DVI-HDMI-SR interface uses two (2) Cat-5e cables to supply power to the camera, return
differential video from the camera while providing bi-directional control (RS-232) for the camera over a distance of
up to 100’ (30.48m).
Diagram: Basic Connectivity Example of the RoboSHOT and the Quick Connect SR
RoboSHOT Camera Connected to Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR Interface, ProductionVIEW™ Precision Camera
Controller and HD Monitor.
Rear View of
RoboSHOT Camera
Network Connection for
Camera Configuration
and Control (web server
or Telnet control).
Not Used with
QDVI Systems
Two (2) Cat-5e cables
between the Camera and
the Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI SR Interface
RS-232 Cat-5e
(Blue to Blue)
Cat-5e
◄ Power to Camera
Video to Interface ►
(Orange to Orange)
Quick-Connect
DVI/HDMI SR Interface
24VDC, 2.0 A
Power Supply
RS-232
HDMI or DVI
Video
ProductionVIEW
Precision Camera Controller
HD Monitor
(Simulated Video Feed)
PRE-INSTALLATION


Choose a camera mounting location while paying close attention to camera viewing angles, lighting conditions,
possible line of site obstructions, and checking for in-wall obstructions where the camera is to be mounted.
Always pick a mounting location that will optimize the performance of the camera.
The included RoboSHOT wall mount can be mounted directly to a 2-gang wall box or can be mounted to a wall
using dry wall anchors.
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RS-232 Cabling Notes:
For RS-232 cabling, use a standard Cat-5 (if you can still find Cat-5) or Cat-5e/6 cable with real RJ-45 connectors
(568B termination) from the RS-232 port on the back of the Quick-Connect interface to the camera’s RS-232 Port.
If the camera is connected to a third-party control system (such as AMX or Crestron), a DE-9F (also called a DB9F in some circles) to RJ-45F control adapter is supplied.
More Notes: Use of pass-thru type RJ-45 connectors is highly discouraged. The Vaddio Cat-5 wiring
standard uses pins 1, 2, 7 and 8 on both the power/video and the control Cat-5e cables. The pass-through
connectors have proven to provide insufficient connectivity for these important signals. They are OK for
voice and data that use the center pins only, but not for cabling systems that use all the pins.
Setting the RoboSHOT Camera HD Resolution
The RoboSHOT cameras control the resolution of the video signal sent back to the Quick-Connect interface. There
is, as explained on the page 9, a rotary switch to set the HD video resolution and a set of eight (8) dip switches that
determine certain camera functions. See the drawing and description on how to setup the camera.
Drawing: Dip Switch and Resolution Label on the Bottom of the RoboSHOT
②
① HD VIDEO RESOLUTION SELECT
DIP SWITCH SETTINGS
IR 1
1 & 2 UP
IR
IMAGE SUPER BAUD
OUT FLIP
9600
WIDE
bps
OFF
OFF
OFF
7
OFF
8
OFF
⑦
All Down
with Power
Cycle for
Defaults
IR 2
ON
IR 3
ON
ON
ON
ON
38,400
bps
1
2
3
4
5
6
③ ④ ⑤ ⑥
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
720p/59.94
1080i/59.94
1080p/59.94
720p/60
1080i/60
1080p/60
720p/50
1080i/50
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
1080p/50
720p/30
1080p/30
720p/25
1080p/25
8
Setting the RoboSHOT Switch Gear:
1) Set the desired and available HD output resolution for the camera with the Rotary Switch.
2) Set the IR control frequency of the camera if it is to respond to the IR remote control.
3) If using the IR forwarding features with a 3rd party codec remote, set the IR OUT switch to ON (SW3).
4) If inverting the camera, turn the IMAGE FLIP ON (SW4).
5) For the RoboSHOT 12X model only, set the Super-wide mode to ON for a 12X, 73º horizontal super-wide
angle of view. Normal mode will produce 67.2º horizontal field of view (HFOV). The RoboSHOT 30 does not
have a Super Wide mode.
6) Set the Baud Rate dip switch (SW6) to 9600bps for most applications. Default is 9600 bps systems.
7) Setting all dip switches DOWN with a power cycle loads the default camera settings. Return dips to desired
operating position after power cycle.
Note: Switches 7 & 8 are reserved for future use.
Dip Switch Settings Further Explained (DSSFE):
 IR 1, 2 and 3 (SW 1 &2): A single IR remote has the capability of operating up to three different PTZ cameras
in a room. Use these selector dip switches and the selector buttons at the top of the IR remote to select the
frequency.
 IR OUT on/off (SW3): The IR output is sent out on the RS-232 RJ-45 jack on the back of the camera. Turning
on the IR output will allow IR signals to be transmitted over the Cat-5 cable to the head end. When using RS232 control or Vaddio CCU controllers (also via RS-232), turn the IR OUT to ON (down - turns off IR reception
for the camera functions).
 Image Flip (SW4): To invert the camera, turn the IMAGE FLIP ON (switch down).
 Super-Wide Mode: Super-wide works only with the RoboSHOT 12 model and allows the camera to switch
from 67.3º wide end HFOV to a Super Wide 73º wide end HFOV.
 Baud Rate (SW6): The options for baud rate are either 9600 or 38,400 bps. The 9600 bps works best with
Cat-5e over distance. Use 38,400 bps for short control lines only.
 Dip Switches (SW7 & 8): Not used for operation, please leave these dip switches up or in the OFF position.
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Installation Basics:
The RoboSHOT cameras include a Thin Profile Wall Mount for…wall mounting the camera. There
are options for IN-Wall™ mounts and IN-Ceiling™ Half-Recessed as well. The Cat-5 cabling
ideology is especially convenient for camera mounting when the camera location is not anywhere
near an AC outlet. Installation is simplified in that no custom 8-Pin mini-din cables or expensive
plenum coax cables or multi-pin cables or power outlets are required near the camera location. All
Cat-5 cabling is routed to the head-end using with standard straight through RJ-45 connectors
(568B termination). “Pass-thru” type RJ-45 connectors should be avoided, like using a ladder for
a pommel horse, which should be avoided too.
Determine Camera Mount Location and Mount
After determining the optimum location of the camera system, route the required Cat-5e cables from the camera to
the head-end Quick-Connect. Test and mark the Cat-5e cables: EZ-POWER VIDEO and RS-232.
The Cat-5e cables should feed-through the cable management slots provided by
all Vaddio mounting options. If the wall mount is to be mounted on a 2-gang wall
box, use the screws supplied with the wall box cover plate to attach the Thin
Profile Wall Mount Bracket. If mounting to drywall with wall anchors, use the four
(4) quality wall anchors and screws provided.
Use a level to
level the mount…
The mounting holes are slotted and are 90° opposing to provide easy leveling.
Level the mount and place the camera on the mount. Connect the marked and
tested Cat-5e cables to the appropriate RJ-45 jacks. Check the level again to
avoid any of those weird Batman camera angles. Use the provided ¼”-20 x .375
mounting screw to attach the Camera to the mount.
System Wiring
Follow the sample wiring diagram (page 11) for connecting the Cat-5e cables to the camera and Quick-Connect
Interface. Additional diagrams are available on the Vaddio website.
Connect the camera side as follows:
 Connect the EZ-POWER VIDEO Cat-5e to the EZ-POWER VIDEO RJ-45 connector on the RoboSHOT.
 Connect the RS-232 control Cat-5e to the RS-232 RJ-45 on the RoboSHOT camera.
Connect the Quick-Connect side (at the head end) as follows:
With the Quick Connect DVI/HDMI not powered-up.
 Connect the RS-232 Cat-5e cable to the RS-232.
 Connect the EZ-POWER VIDEO Cat-5e to the EZ-POWER VIDEO RJ-45 connector on the Quick-Connect.
Step 4: Connect the supplied 24 VDC, 2.08 Amp power supply to a power outlet and to the Quick-Connect USB
Interface. The Quick-Connect USB will initialize, power will travel down the EZ-POWER VIDEO Cat-5e cable to
the camera. The camera will boot up and in a few seconds, differential HD video will travel back down the Cat-5e
cable to the Quick-Connect USB. When an image is available, the camera is ready to accept control information
from the IR remote control or RS-232 camera controller, however it is always best to choose either IR or RS-232
and not both concurrently. If connected to the Network, the Quick-Connect USB will display the Hardware (HW)
MAC Address and the IP address.
Note: Please check all Cat-5 cables for continuity in advance of final connection (568B). Plugging the
EZ-POWER/VIDEO Cat-5 cable into the wrong RJ-45 or using the wrong pin-out may cause damage
to the camera system and void the warranty!
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CONTROLLING THE CAMERA
IR Remote Commander
The following functions are accessible with the Vaddio IR remote:
 Camera Power On/Off (Toggle on/off same button)
 Back Light Compensation (Toggle on/off same button)
 Data Screen: Toggle on/off the OSD for the RoboSHOT’s IP/MAC Address
 Camera Select (the remote can operate 3 cameras (with 3-IR Freq.)
 Pan/Tilt and Home controls with Reverse and Std. Pan direction
 Pan/Tilt Reset
 Auto Focus (Toggle on/off same button)
 Zoom In/Out controls Wide & Telephoto
 Fast speed controls (W & T)
 Slow speed controls (W & T)
 Manual Focus On/Off control (Toggle on/off same button)
 Near (-) adjustment
 Far (+) adjustment
 Six (6) pan/tilt/zoom positioning presets (1 through 6)
 Preset Set (store)
 Preset Reset (clear)
 Red LED that indicates IR Transmission and battery level
Vaddio
IR Remote
Commander
The IR Remote operational characteristics are as follows:
 Preset Activation: IR Remote is limited to executing Presets 1 through 6
 Tri-Sync Speed on Preset: If a global Tri-Sync speed is stored in the preset by the user/admin, then that
speed is used. If no Tri-Sync speed is assigned, then a default (medium) speed will be used.
 Preset Store: IR Remote is limited to positional (PTZ) type presets. To set a preset, position the camera,
hold down the Preset Button and touch the one of the preset numbered buttons 1 through 6.
Telnet Control
The following *Telnet commands are available through the Ethernet Port.
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Camera Home
Camera Pan (left, right and speed - real-time operation)
Camera Tilt (up, down and speed - real-time operation)
Camera Zoom (zoom in/out/stop and speed - real-time operation)
Camera Store Preset (Gets or Sets 12 presets with global relative PTZ [Tri-Sync] speed control to destination)
Camera Image (Gets or sets current image control values, sets in 1 of 3 CCU presets)
(AWB or manual w/Red and Blue gain, BLC on/off, Auto Iris or manual with Iris value and Gain, Detail and Chroma)
Camera Sleep (Gets or sets standby power mode - camera has to us less power in this mode)
Exit (ends Telnet session)
Help (displays CLISH syntax)
History (command history)
Network Ping (send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts)
Network Settings (Gets MAC address, IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and NTP server address)
Network (Gets the current network settings or pings an IP address)
System Factory Reset
System Reboot
Version (system version information)
*Please see the full Telnet command list at the end of this manual
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THE SCREEN SHOT TOUR
The RoboSHOT camera platform uses a Linux OS and has a built-in web server. The internal web pages will allow
control of the attached camera via an Ethernet network connection. These web pages will allow the user or
administrator to control the camera, set PTZ presets, set security passwords, change the IP address, view
diagnostics, access the firmware upgrade page and more!
Compatible Web Browsers
You may ask, “What are the approved web browsers that work with the RoboSHOT’s embedded web server?” The
answer is: Chrome® (latest version), Firefox® (latest version), Internet Explorer® (versions 8 through 11) and Safari®
(versions 6 and 7) have been tested thoroughly with RoboSHOT and are compatible.
DHCP IP Set-up (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
DHCP Set-up (skip this section if Static IP). If the LAN has a DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) server, then the IP address,
gateway and routing information will automatically be assigned. The software is defaulted to DHCP and will attempt to dynamically obtain an
IP address using DHCP, but it will fall back to the default address of (169.254.1.1) if no DHCP server can be found.
Static IP Set-up:
The static IP can be assigned either through the network or directly to a computer using a cross-over cable. Depending on the age of the
computer, you may not need a cross-over cable. Either way the steps are the same for network or direct connection to a computer. The default
address of the camera is 169.254.1.1 and the Subnet mask is 255.255.0.0. Different computer OS types all have their own way of doing things
(without question), but they are essentially doing the same stuff, changing the IP address so the web pages of the RoboSHOT are accessible.
Screen Shot: Login
The RoboSHOT webserver is intended as a user’s camera control page at one level, and an administrator’s
management tool at another level, which requires password authentication for access.
The Login Page will appear if there is a user name assigned by the administrator. Assigning a user name can limit
access to the admin menus by a general user.
By default, the User name is: user, and the password for the User account is: password.
The Administrator can set the name and password for the User account.
By default, the Admin user name is: admin, and the password for the admin account is: password
If a user or an admin logs in through this screen, then the next page shown will be the camera control page.
The user will only have access to the camera control page.
The Admin will have complete access to all web pages.
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Screen Shot: Camera Control Page
This web page provides access to the camera controls for the User and the Admin.
➊
➋
➌
➒
➍
➎
➏
➐
➑
1)
Pan, Tilt and Home Controls: These intuitive controls use the up/down and diagonal arrows for camera pan and tilt. The
center button will move the camera to the home position.
2)
Zoom Control: The camera’s zoom lens can be controlled with the “+” to zoom-in and the “-“to zoom out.
3)
Standby: The Standby control puts the camera in low power mode and effectively puts the RoboSHOT to sleep. If the
system is on, then the button will be blue and controls will be visible. If the button is red, no controls are accessible and
the screen states: Device is in standby. Click to power-up, then you’ll know what to do.
4)
The Focus and Settings Buttons: Clicking the Focus button opens pop-up window that lets the user set auto or manual
focus with Near/Far controls. Clicking the Settings button opens a pop-up window that allows the user to reverse either the
pan or tilt direction or both.
5)
Pan/Tilt and Zoom Speed Controls: The speed for both the Pan/Tilt and Zoom controls can be adjusted with the three
(3) sliders in this section. For tighter shots, it is recommended that the slower speed is used. These controls are for realtime camera movements only.
6)
Camera Presets: Twelve (12) camera position presets can be recalled simply by clicking a preset number.
7)
Store Preset Button: Clicking the Store button opens up a Store Preset pop-up dialog box. To set presets, set up the
camera shot, click on choice of preset number (1 through 12). The preset is stored and the dialog box closes. The Store
Preset dialog bow will prompt the operator to enter the Tri-Sync speed to the stored camera preset and if the current color
settings are to be stored with the preset too (see the next page).
8)
CCU Scenes: The user has access to the CCU scenes set and stored on the Admin pages. There are three (3) user
definable presets and six (6) presets preconfigured by the technical folks at Vaddio (really Scott set them all) that are meant
to be used in certain lighting scenarios. These lighting presets included: Automatic, Incandescent Hi, Incandescent Lo,
Fluorescent Hi, Fluorescent Lo and Outdoor.
9) Administration Menu: By clicking on the Administration menu bar, the Admin Login screen will appear.
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Screen Shot: Storing Presets
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1)
Store Preset: When the Store Preset button is clicked (point 6 on previous page), the Store Preset dialog pops into
existence. To save the current camera shot, click one of the Preset buttons (1 through 12), the button will be
highlighted and the dialog box will present the Tri-Sync controls and if the CCU setting are to be kept with the preset.
2)
Save with Tri-Sync and Setting the Tri-Sync Speed: The Tri-Synchronous Motion algorithm in the RoboSHOT
cameras is capable of moving all three (pan, tilt and zoom) axes simultaneously. The algorithm calculates the PTZ
position so pan, tilt and zoom arrive at the preset subject simultaneously. Tri-Sync speed is speed at which all other
presets will use to get to the preset being stored. All axes will launch at the same time and if the next preset position
is not too close or too far, axes should simultaneously arrive at the preset location. Storing the preset with Tri-Sync
is fairly straight forward. Here’s a quick method to set Tri-Sync:
a) Position the first preset, click on Store Preset and click on Preset 1. Check the Save with Tri-Sync box. Move
the tri-Sync speed slider to about the approximate position above (about 1/3 up the speed scale). This is the
speed that all the other presets will use to get to this Preset 1. The speed is stored with the destination preset.
Click on Save to store the camera location and Tri-Sync speed.
b) Set another camera position, and try a different pan, tilt and zoom position and click on Store Preset. Click on
Preset 2 through 12, click on the Save with Tri-Sync box and set the slider to about ½ way this time and click on
Save. These two presets are stored with different preset destination speeds.
c) Click between these two recently stored presets and note the different speeds applied to the 2 presets.
Tri-Sync Notes: If a preset is very close to the previous preset, like within10º with no change in zoom, it certainly
doesn’t need to be Tri-Sync’d. If a preset is super-fast and off-air, Tri-Sync won’t be of much use either. Tri-Sync
is a cool tool to set for on-air shots, but the process of setting the speeds will need some practice.
3)
Store with Current Color Settings: To save the currently assigned CCU scenes settings, check this box.
4)
Click Save or Cancel to exit this pop-up dialog box.
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Screen Shot: Admin login from the Camera Control Page
On the security page, which will be reviewed at a bit later in the tour, allows the Admin to set the system to allow
automatic guest access to the main camera control page. If guest access is turned on by the Admin, then system
will open to the camera control page and an additional Admin Login is provided.
The default Admin password is: password.
Admin
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Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Camera Settings
Once the Admin logs in, then all the admin menu buttons appear on the left side of the screen. The first menu
after camera controls is Camera Settings.
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➎
3
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1) Load Preset at Startup: Check this box to move the camera to a predefined preset location when the camera
powers up. Use the pull down menu to select the Preset 1 through 12 to be loaded when this box is checked.
2) Load CCU Scene at Startup: Check this box to load a CCU Scene into the camera when the camera powers
up. The pull down menu will allow the selection of one of the 6-factory scenes, or one of the 3 custom scenes.
3) CCU Scenes: Click on any of these 9 buttons to load one of the CCU scenes into the camera. These Scenes
can be fine-tuned if changes are needed, and stored into any of the three User defined scenes.
4) Color Settings: When painting or shading camera scenes for specific lighting situations or environments,
these parameters can be adjusted for matching cameras in the same area. The parameters within the Color
Settings section are defined below (top to bottom):
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Auto Iris Check Box: When checked, the camera will operate in Auto Iris mode, when unchecked, the
camera will be in Manual Iris mode and allow adjustment of Iris and Iris Gain levels.
Iris: Move adjustment slider as required to adjust the iris opening. A numeric value will be displayed in the
box to the right of the slider.
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Gain: Move adjustment slider as required for amount of iris gain desired. Numeric value will be displayed
in the box to the right of the slider.
Auto White Balance check box: When checked, camera will operate in Auto White Balance mode, when
unchecked camera will be in Manual White Balance Mode and allow for adjustment of Red and Blue Gain.
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Red Gain: Move the adjustment slider as required for amount of Red Gain desired. A numeric value
will be displayed in the box to the right of the slider.
Blue Gain: Move the adjustment slider as required for amount of Blue Gain desired. Numeric value
will be displayed in the box to the right of the slider.
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Back Light Compensation: When checked, Back Light Compensation will be applied to the camera if
camera is in Auto White Balance mode.
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Detail: Move the adjustment slider as required for amount of detail (Aperture) desired. A numeric value
will be displayed in the box to the right of the slider. Note: If the detail is too high, the video can look grainy
and appear noisy too.
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Chroma: Move the adjustment slider as required for the amount of Chroma (Color Vibrancy) desired. A
numeric value will be displayed in the box to the right of the slider.
5) Store CCU Scene button: Once the desired scene adjustments have been
made, this button will activate a pop-up menu that can be used to store this scene
into one of the three User Defined Scene locations. These User Defined Scenes
can be named as required for clarity. These User Defined CCU Scenes can be
adjusted and re-saved at any time.
6) Custom CCU Scene Labels: The labels for the (3) User Defined customizable Scenes can be changed as
needed. Mouse the cursor into the appropriate window and edit the text. Press Save to store these changes
or press Cancel to exit this window.
7) Global Preset Non-Tri-Sync Speeds: When Tri-Sync Presets are not being used, then this section governs
the pan, tilt and zoom speeds between the camera presets. These will be defaulted to a nominal level, but can
be tailored to most any application.
Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Room Labels
The Room Labels menu allows the Admin to label the company name, room name, room phone and help phone on
a per RoboSHOT basis. The labels appear on every page at the top/middle of the page. Simply enter the room
information and click Save.
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Screen Shot: Admin Menu - DHCP Network Configuration
Under the Networking menu, The Network Configuration and Network Interfaces are displayed. This is where the
Network administrator assigns either DHCP or a Static address and the associated parameters.
Notes: If the LAN has a DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) server, then the IP address, gateway and routing information will
automatically be assigned. The software is defaulted to DHCP and will attempt to dynamically obtain an IP address using DHCP, but it will fall
back to the default address of (169.254.1.1) if no DHCP server can be found.
Screen SHOT: Admin Menu - Static IP Configuration
If Static IP is used, the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway are manually entered. Click on Save to keep the
Static IP information.
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Screen SHOT: Admin Menu - Security
The Security menu allows the Admin to set the Admin and User account names and passwords. There is only one “user”
password and only one “admin” password at any given time. If changes are made, click on Save to store the change (it’s best
to write down the new names and passwords). A Guest Access check box is provided to let any user access the camera control
page without logging in. An Admin Login is provided on the camera control page if the “Allow Guest Access” box is checked.
Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Diagnostics
Diagnostics menu button will display a set of self-diagnostics. These diagnostics may help the Vaddio technical support team
diagnose a problem with the RoboSHOT camera.
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Screen Shot: Admin Menu - System
The System Menu is where the System Info is displayed and Firmware Updates are performed. There will be
firmware updates and upgrades over the life of the camera. The file for the firmware update is chosen in this menu
and the update is started here too. A remote system Reboot and Restore to Factory Presets is also available.
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1) Firmware Update: The file for the firmware update is chosen in this menu and the update is started here.
2) System Utilities: A remote system Reboot and Restore to Factory Presets is also available.
3) System Information: The System version, Pan & Tilt Motor Versions and Sensor version are displayed in this
section.
4) Rear DIP Switch Status: The DIP Switches on the camera are read and displayed for the Admin’s reference.
This information is read only. These switches determine the IR remote frequency, image flip, and baud rate of
the camera and more!
5) Rear Rotary Switch Status: The rotary switch on the back of the RoboSHOT camera determines the video
output resolution of the camera. The status is read from the camera (read only) and displayed for the Admin’s
reference.
Important Note: Anytime a Firmware Update, a System Reboot or a Restore to Factory Settings
button is clicked, then a pop-up dialog box will spring up and ask if the intent is to continue or cancel.
Please read and understand all the information in the presented in the dialog box prior to proceeding
with any unknown procedure.
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Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Update Confirmation
After choosing an update file and clicking on “Begin Firmware Update…” a confirmation pop-up and warning will
be displayed. Please contact Vaddio Tech support for assistance with updates. Please read and completely
understand the pop-up warnings as it is easy to lose patience waiting for updates. Click on continue to start the
update.
Screen Shot: Admin Menu - Update in Progress
After the firmware load has been started, a pop-up screen will advise patience and notify, in terms of percentage
completed, the progress of the firmware update load. Again, please don’t interrupt the firmware load.
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Screen Shot - Admin Menu - Help
Service/Help information can be found under the Help menu. Support phone numbers and e-mail, manuals, FAQ’s
and System information is listed on [email protected]
TECHNICAL SUPPORT NOTE:
Please work with your Network Administrator prior to calling Vaddio for technical support. Please
have on-site network personnel initiate tech support calls with Vaddio.
This concludes the RoboSHOT Screen Shot Tour. Please enjoy yourself while reading the rest of this RoboSHOT
Camera Manual.
The Next Sections:
The General Specifications, Communication Specifications, API, Telnet Command List, Warranty Information and
Declaration of Compliance are breathtaking, stimulating and provocative as one would expect.
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Function
Part Numbers
Image Device
Video Resolution/Frequencies
Vaddio Special Features
Video Aspect Ratio
Effective Pixels
RoboSHOT 12
Lens and Horizontal FOV
RoboSHOT 30
Lens and Horizontal FOV
Minimum illumination RoboSHOT 12
Minimum illumination RoboSHOT 30
Minimum working distance RoboSHOT 12
Minimum working distance RoboSHOT 30
S/N ratio
Sync system
White balance
Gain
Back-light compensation
Focusing system
Noise Reduction
Aperture/Detail
Control Interface(s)
Pan & Tilt Angle/Speed
Rear Panel Connectors
Rear Panel Controls
Power Supply
Compatible Joystick and Video Control
Consoles
Operating/Storage Temperature/Humidity
Mass
Dimensions
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI-SR
Quick-Connect System
Connectors
Cat-5 Cable Distance
Power Supply
Dimensions / Weight
Accessory Options
Description
RoboSHOT 12 QDVI System, 999-9906-000 (North America), 999-9906-001 (Int’l)
RoboSHOT 30 QDVI System, 999-9916-000 (North America), 999-9916-001 (Int’l)
1/2.8-Type Exmor CMOS Sensor
1080p60/59.94/50/30/25, 1080i/60/59.94i/50, 720p/60/59.94/50/30/25
 Tri-Synchronous Motion: Concurrent PTZ motor movement and simultaneous PTZ arrival at a stored
preset
 Advanced ISP: Vivid and accurate color reproduction with extremely fast, razor sharp automatic focus
and iris routines
16:9 Aspect Ratio for all resolutions
2.14 Million Effective pixels
2.38 Million Total Pixels
12X Optical Zoom, Super Wide Mode: 73.0° (wide) to 6.6° (tele),f=3.91mm to 47.0mm, F1.8 to F3.4
10X Optical Zoom, Normal Mode: 67.3° (wide) to 7.6° (tele), f=3.8mm to 38.0mm, F1.8 to F3.4
NOTE: Default is Normal Mode
30X Optical Zoom
65° (wide end) to 2.3° (tele end), F1.6 to F4.7
1.0 lx (F1.8, 50IRE), recommended illumination >100 lux and <100,000 lux
1.4 lx (F1.6, 50IRE), recommended illumination >100 lux and <100,000 lux
10mm (wide), 800mm (tele)
10mm (wide), 1.2m (tele)
More than 50 dB
Internal
Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One-push, Manual (accessible through external control)
Auto / Manual (0 to 28 steps - accessible through external control)
On/Off (IR Remote)
Auto Focus / Manual Focus Mode / One Push Trigger Mode / Infinity Mode / Near Limit Mode
On/Off, 6 Steps, Off through 5 (accessible through external control)
16 Steps (accessible through external control)
 RS-232 API: Modified VISCA Emulation (TTL signal level), Baud rate: 9600 bps and 38,400 bps, 1-Stop
bit. Default to 9.6 Kb/s for Cat-5e Distance
 Telnet Serial Command API
 Internal Web page for Network Set-up, firmware updates and network management
 Vaddio IR Remote Commander
Pan/Tilt Angles: ±160°, Tilt: +90°, -30°,
Pan/Tilt Speeds: Both Axes 0.35°/sec to 120°/sec
 Network: RJ-45 with Green & Yellow LED to show connection and usage
 RS-232: RJ-45, Carries bidirectional control to and from the camera
 EZ Power Video: RJ-45 Shielded, carries power and differential video signals for the Quick-Connect
Cat-5 systems
 16-Position Rotary Switch for Resolution selection
 8-Position Dip Switch for IR Frequency, Image Flip, wide mode and Reset to Default Settings
Powered by Quick-Connect interfaces
ProductionVIEW Precision Camera Controller
ProductionVIEW HD
ProductionVIEW HD MV with Integrated Multi-viewer,
ProductionVIEW HD-SDI MV with Integrated Multi-viewer
AV Bridge MATRIX PRO
0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F), 20% to 80%
4.85 lbs.(2.199923 kg - Roughly 900 peanut M&Ms)
Small (3 dimensions not counting space/time)
6.942” (176.3mm) H x 7.056” (179.2 mm) W x 6.757” (171.6mm) D,
Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI (two Cat-5e) for distances up to 100’ (30.84m)
HDMI or DVI-D and Analog Component YPbPr output with IR forwarding
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Power Connector: 5.5mm OD, 2.5mm ID coaxial connector
RJ-45: Four (4) Control IN, Control OUT, Daisy Chain OUT, EZCamera Power Video Port
Video Output: DE-15 connector for HD Analog Component (Y,PB,PR) video only (No SD Support)
IR Output: Transmits modulated or non-modulated IR signals received from the HD-19 IR receiver
Video Outputs: DVI-D (Female - Single Link) or HDMI with adapter cable (using the Recessed Color
Space Conversion Switch) , DE-15F (High Density D-Sub 15-Pin F) for HD YPbPr
Up to 100’ (30.5m)
24 VDC, 2.0 Amp Switching Power Supply
1.6” (40.64mm ) H x 8” (203.2mm) W x 6.751” (171.45mm) D, ½-Rack Size / 1.21 lbs. (0.548846804 kg)
1-RU Rack Mount Panel for two (2) units (side by side): P/N: 998-6000-003
1m (3.3’) DVI-D Male to HDMI Male P/N: 440-5643-001
3m (10’) DVI-D Male to HDMI Male P/N: 440-5643-003
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COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION
Communication Speed: 9600 bps (default)
Start bit: 1
Stop bit: 1
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
No Flow control
12345678
Pin #
RJ-45 RS-232 and IR Out Pins
1) Unused
2) Unused
3) Unused
4) IR Output (Diff Signal to Quick-Connect SR)
5) IR Ground (Diff Signal to Quick-Connect SR)
6) GND (GND of IR Short Range - Pin 3)
7) RXD (from TXD of control source)
8) TXD (to RXD of control source)
NOTE: The Vaddio RoboSHOT Control Protocol is similar, but not identical to, the Sony® VISCA™ command set in order to
be compatible with several popular control devices. Not all VISCA commands are supported and there are many Vaddio specific
commands in the following Command and Inquiry Lists.
RoboSHOT Command List (1/3)
Command Set
Command
Command Packet
Comments
AddressSet
IF_Clear
CommandCancel
CAM_Power
Broadcast
Broadcast
88 30 01 FF
88 01 00 01 FF
8x 2p FF
8x 01 04 00 02 FF
8x 01 04 00 03 FF
8x 01 04 07 00 FF
8x 01 04 07 02 FF
8x 01 04 07 03 FF
8x 01 04 07 2p FF
8x 01 04 07 3p FF
8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
Not supported
8x 01 04 08 00 FF
8x 01 04 08 02 FF
8x 01 04 08 03 FF
8x 01 04 08 2p FF
8x 01 04 08 3p FF
8x 01 04 48 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
8x 01 04 38 02 FF
8x 01 04 38 03 FF
8x 01 04 08 10 FF
8x 01 04 18 01 FF
8x 01 04 28 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
Address setting
I/F Clear
p= Socket No.(1-2)
Power on
Power off
AF Sensitivity High / Low
CAM_Zoom
CAM_DZoom
CAM_Focus
CAM_AFSensitivity
On
Off
Stop
Tele(std)
Wide(std)
Tele(variable)
Wide(variable)
Direct
Stop
Far(std)
Near(std)
Far(variable)
Near(variable)
Direct
Auto Focus
Manual Focus
Auto/Manual
One Push Trigger
Near Limit
CAM_WB
Auto
Indoor
Outdoor
One Push WB
ATW
Manual
One Push Trigger
Outdoor Auto
Sodium Lamp Auto
Sodium Lamp
Sodium Lamp Outdoor Auto
8x 01 04 58 02 FF
8x 01 04 58 03 FF
8x 01 04 57 00 FF
8x 01 04 57 01 FF
8x 01 04 57 02 FF
8x 01 04 27 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
8x 01 04 11 00 FF
8x 01 04 11 01 FF
8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s
0t 0u 0v 0w FF
8x 01 04 35 00 FF
8x 01 04 35 01 FF
8x 01 04 35 02 FF
8x 01 04 35 03 FF
8x 01 04 35 04 FF
8x 01 04 35 05 FF
8x 01 04 10 05 FF
8x 01 04 35 06 FF
8x 01 04 35 07 FF
8x 01 04 35 08 FF
8x 01 04 35 09 FF
CAM_RGain
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
Full Auto
Manual
Shutter Priority
Iris Priority
Bright
8x 01 04 03 00 FF
8x 01 04 03 01 FF
8x 01 04 03 02 FF
8x 01 04 43 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 04 00 FF
8x 01 04 04 01 FF
8x 01 04 04 02 FF
8x 01 04 44 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 39 00 FF
8x 01 04 39 03 FF
8x 01 04 39 0A FF
8x 01 04 39 0B FF
8x 01 04 39 0D FF
CAM_AFMode
CAM_IRCorrection
CAM_ZoomFocus
CAM_BGain
CAM_AE
Normal
Low
Normal AF
Internal AF
Zoom Trigger AF
Activate/Internal Time
Standard
IR light
Direct
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p= speed 0:low to 7:high
p= speed 0:low to 7:high
pqrs=Zoom Position (0h-4000h)
p= speed 0:low to 7:high
p= speed 0:low to 7:high
pqrs=Focus Position (1000h – F000h)
One push AF Trigger
pqrs=Near focus Limit***
AF movement mode
pqrs=movement time, rs=Interval
Focus IR compensation data switching
pqrs=Zoom Position (0h – 7AC0h)
tuvw=Focus Position (1000h – F000h)
Normal Auto
Indoor mode
Outdoor mode
One Push WB mode
Auto Tracing White Balance
Manual Control mode
One Push WB Trigger
Outdoor auto
Auto including sodium lamp source
Sodium lamp source fixed mode
Outdoor auto including sodium lamp
source
Manual control of red gain
pq=Red gain (00h – FFh)
Manual control of blue gain
pq=Blue gain (00h – FFh)
Auto Exposure mode
Manual Control mode
Shutter Priority Auto Exposure mode
Iris Priority Auto Exposure Mode
Bright Mode (modified AE mode)
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
RoboSHOT Command List (2/3)
Command Set
CAM_Shutter
CAM_Iris
CAM_Gain
CAM_Bright
CAM_ExpComp
CAM_BackLight
CAM_Tally
CAM_WD
CAM_Aperture
CAM_HR
CAM_NR
CAM_Gamma
CAM_LR_Reverse
CAM_Freeze
CAM_PictureEffect
CAM_PictueFlip
CAM_ICR
CAM_IDWrite
CAM_Memory
Command
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
+Gain Limit
Command Packet
8x 01 04 0A 00 FF
8x 01 04 0A 02 FF
8x 01 04 0A 03 FF
8x 01 04 4A 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 0B 00 FF
8x 01 04 0B 02 FF
8x 01 04 0B 03 FF
8x 01 04 4B 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 0C 00 FF
8x 01 04 0C 02 FF
8x 01 04 0C 03 FF
8x 01 04 4C 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 2C 0p FF
Comments
Shutter Setting
Reset
Up
Down
On
Off
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
VE On
Set Parameter
8x 01 04 0D 00 FF
8x 01 04 0D 02 FF
8x 01 04 0D 03 FF
8x 01 04 3E 02 FF
8x 01 04 3E 03 FF
8x 01 04 0E 00 FF
8x 01 04 0E 02 FF
8x 01 04 0E 03 FF
8x 01 04 4E 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 33 02 FF
8x 01 04 33 03 FF
8x 01 7E 01 0A 00 02 FF
8x 01 7E 01 0A 00 03 FF
8x 01 04 3D 02 FF
8x 01 04 3D 03 FF
8x 01 04 3D 06 FF
8x 01 04 2D 00 0q 0r 0s
00 00 00 00 FF
Bright Setting
Reset
Up
Down
Direct
On
Off
--On
Off
On
Off
Off
Neg. Art
Black & White
On
Off
On
Off
8x 01 04 02 00 FF
8x 01 04 02 01 FF
8x 01 04 02 02 FF
8x 01 04 42 00 00 0p 0q FF
8x 01 04 52 02 FF
8x 01 04 52 03 FF
8x 01 04 53 0p FF
8x 01 04 5B 0p FF
8x 01 04 61 02 FF
8x 01 04 61 03 FF
8x 01 04 62 02 FF
8x 01 04 62 03 FF
8x 01 04 63 00 FF
8x 01 04 63 02 FF
8x 01 04 63 04 FF
8x 01 04 66 02 FF
8x 01 04 66 03 FF
8x 01 04 01 02 FF
8x 01 04 01 03 FF
8x 01 04 22 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
8x 01 04 3F 00 0p FF
8x 01 04 3F 01 0p FF
8x 01 04 3F 21 0p FF
8x 01 04 3F 11 0p 0q 0r FF
8x 01 04 3F 31 0p 0q 0r FF
8x 01 04 3F 02 0p FF
8x 01 04 3F 12 0p FF
Reset
Set standard
Set standard with ‘scene’
Set Tri-sync
Set Tri-Sync with ‘scene’
Recall standard
Recall Tri-sync
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pq=Shutter Position (00h – 15h)
Iris Setting
pq=Iris Position**
RoboSHOT 12 (0h, 07h-11h)
RoboSHOT 30 (0h, 05h-11h)
Iris Gain Setting
pq=Gain Position (01h – 0Fh)
p= Gain limit (04h-0Fh)
Exposure Compensation On
Exposure Compensation Off
pq=ExpComp Position(0h-0Eh)
Backlight Compensation On/Off
WD On
WD Off
VE On
p=Display brightness level (0Dark –
6Bright)
r=Brightness compensation selection
(0:Very dark,1:Dark,2:std,3:bright)
s=Compensation level
(0:Low,1:Mid,2:High)
Aperture Setting
pq=Aperture Position (0h-ffh)
High Resolution Mode On/Off
p= Noise Reduction level(0:Off,1-5)
p= Gamma setting(0:std,1:Straight)
LR Reverse On/Off (mirror)
Freeze On/Off
Picture Effect Setting
Image-Flip On/Off
ICR Mode On/Off
pqrs=Camer ID (0h-ffffh)
p= preset number(0h-0fh)
qr= Speed(01h-18h)
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
RoboSHOT Command List (3/3)
Command Set
Cam_Display
Cam_Mute
CAM_ColorEnhance
Command Packet
Comments
On
On(alternate)
Off
Off(alternate)
On/Off
On/Off(alternate)
On
Off
On/Off
Parameter Set
Command
8x 01 04 15 02 FF
8x 01 06 06 02 FF
8x 01 04 15 03 FF
8x 01 06 06 03 FF
8x 01 04 15 10 FF
8x 01 06 06 10 FF
8x 01 04 75 02 FF
8x 01 04 75 03 FF
8x 01 04 75 10 FF
8x 01 04 20 mm 00 pp
qq rr ss tt uu FF
Display On/Off
On
Off
8x 01 04 50 02 FF
8x 01 04 50 03 FF
8x 01 04 5F pp FF
CAM_ChromaSuppress
CAM_ColorGain
CAM_ColorHue
Direct
Direct
8x 01 04 49 00 00 00 0p FF
8x 01 04 4F 00 00 00 0p FF
CAM_GammaOffset
Direct
8x 01 04 1E 00 00 00 0s 0t 0u FF
Mute On/Off
mm: Threshold level
pp: Y fixed color for high-intensity
qq: Cr fixed color for high-intensity
rr: Cb fixed color for high-intensity
ss: Y fixed color for low-intensity
tt: Cr fixed color for low-intensity
uu: Cb fixed color for low-intensity
Each parameter setting 00h to 7Fh
Color Enhancement On/Off
pp: Chroma Suppress setting level
00: Off
01h to 03h: On (3 levels).
Effect increases as the level number
increases.
p: Color Gain Setting 0h to 4h
p: Color Hue Setting 0h (-14 degrees) to
Eh (+14 degrees)
s: Polarity offset (0 is plus, 1 is minus)
tu: Offset s=0 (00h to 40h)
Offset s=1 (00h to 10h)
Pan-TiltDrive
Pan-Tilt-ZoomDrive
Up
Down
Left
Right
UpLeft
UpRight
DownLeft
DownRight
Stop
Absolute Position
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 03 01 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 03 02 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 01 03 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 02 03 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 01 01 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 02 01 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 01 02 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 02 02 FF
8x 01 06 01 vv ww 03 03 FF
8x 01 06 02 vv ww 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Y
0Z 0Z 0Z 0Z FF
Home
Up
Down
Left
Right
In
Out
Stop
Absolute Position
8x 01 06 04 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 03 01 03 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 03 02 03 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 01 03 03 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 02 03 03 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 03 03 01 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 03 03 02 FF
8x 01 06 0A vv ww rr 03 03 03 FF
8x 01 06 0B vv ww 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Y
0Z 0Z 0Z 0Z 0R 0R 0R 0R FF
vv= Pan speed (01h-18h)
ww=Tilt speed (01h-14h)
vv= Pan speed (01h-18h)
ww=Tilt speed (01h-14h)
0Y0Y0Y0Y = Pan position
(90E2h-6BD8h)
0Z0Z0Z0Z = Tilt position
(EB99h-3D59h)
vv= Pan speed (01h-18h)
ww=Tilt speed (01h-14h)
rr=Zoom speed (00h-07h)
vv: Pan speed (01h-18h)
ww: Tilt speed (01h-14h)
0Y0Y0Y0Y = Pan position
(90E2h-6BD8h)
0Z0Z0Z0Z = Tilt position
(EB99h-3D59h)
0R0R0R0R = Zoom position
(0000h-7AC0h)
Home
CAM_PTZ_PresetSpeed
(Non-Tri-Sync)
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8x 01 06 0C FF
8x 01 7e 01 0b pp qq rr FF
pp:pan speed (01h-18h),
qq:tilt speed (01h-14h),
rr:zoom speed (0h-07h)
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
RoboSHOT Inquiry List (1/2)
Inquiry Command
CAM_PowerInq
Command
8x 09 04 00 FF
CAM_ZoomPosInq
CAM_FocusModeInq
8x 09 04 47 FF
8x 09 04 38 FF
CAM_FocusPosInq
CAM_FocusNearLimitInq
CAM_AFSensitivityInq
8x 09 04 48 FF
8x 09 04 28 FF
8x 09 04 58 FF
CAM_AFModeInq
8x 09 04 57 FF
CAM_AFTimeSettingInq
CAM_IRCorrectionInq
8x 09 04 27 FF
8x 09 04 11 FF
CAM_WBModeInq
8x 09 04 35 FF
CAM_RGainInq
CAM_BGainInq
CAM_AEModeInq
8x 09 04 43 FF
8x 09 04 44 FF
8x 09 04 39 FF
CAM_ShutterPosInq
CAM_IrisPosInq
CAM_GainPosInq
CAM_GainLimitInq
CAM_ExpCompModeInq
8x 09 04 4A FF
8x 09 04 4B FF
8x 09 04 4C FF
8x 09 04 2C FF
8x 09 04 3E FF
CAM_ExpCompPosInq
CAM_BackLightModeInq
8x 09 04 4E FF
8x 09 04 33 FF
CAM_TallyInq
8x 09 7E 01 0A FF
CAM_ResolutionInq
CAM_WDModeInq
8x 09 06 23 FF
8x 09 04 3D FF
CAM_WDParameterInq
8x 09 04 2D FF
CAM_ApertureInq
CAM_HRModeInq
8x 09 04 42 FF
8x 09 04 52 FF
CAM_NRInq
CAM_GammaInq
8x 09 04 53 FF
8x 09 04 5B FF
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Response Packet
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 00 FF
y0 50 01 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
y0 50 00 FF
y0 50 01 FF
y0 50 00 FF
y0 50 01 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 04 FF
y0 50 05 FF
y0 50 06 FF
y0 50 07 FF
y0 50 08 FF
y0 50 09 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 00 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0A FF
y0 50 0B FF
y0 50 0D FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 0q FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0p 0q FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 06 FF
y0 50 00 0q 0r 0s 0t 0u 00 00 FF
y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0p FF
y0 50 0p FF
Comments
On
Off (Standby)
pqrs: Zoom Position
Auto Focus
Manual Focus
pqrs: Focus Position
pqrs: Focus Near Limit Position
AF Sensitivity Normal
AF Sensitivity Low
Normal AF
Interval AF
Zoom Trigger AF
pq: Movement Time, rs: Interval
Standard
IR Light
Auto
Indoor
Outdoor
One Push WB
ATW
Manual
Outdoor Auto
Sodium Lamp Auto
Sodium Lamp
Sodium Lamp Outdoor Auto
pq: R Gain
pq: B Gain
Full Auto
Manual
Shutter Priority
Iris Priority
Bright
pq: Shutter Position
pq: Iris Position
pq: Gain Position
p: Gain Limit
On
Off
pq: ExpComp Position
On
Off
On
Off
Pq=Video Resolution
On
Off
VE On
q: Display brightness level (0: Dark
to 6: Bright)
r: Brightness compensation
selection (0: Very dark,
1: Dark, 2: Standard, 3: Bright)
s: Compensation level (00h: Low,
01h: Mid, 02h: High)
tu: Always 0
pq: Aperture Gain
On
Off
Noise Reduction p: 00h to 05h
Gamma p: 00h , 01h
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
RoboSHOT Inquiry List (2/2)
Inquiry Command
CAM_LR_ReverseModeInq
Command
8x 09 04 61 FF
CAM_FreezeModeInq
8x 09 04 62 FF
CAM_PictureEffectModeInq
8x 09 04 63 FF
CAM_PictureFlipModeInq
8x 09 04 66 FF
CAM_ICRModeInq
8x 09 04 01 FF
CAM_MemoryInq
CAM_MemoryStatusInq
8x 09 04 3F FF
8x 09 04 3F 0p FF
Response Packet
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 00 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 04 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 pp FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
CAM_MemSaveInq
8x 09 04 23 0X FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
CAM_DisplayModeInq
CAM_MuteModeInq
8x 09 04 15 FF
(8x 09 06 06 FF)
8x 09 04 75 FF
CAM_IDInq
CAM_VersionInq
8x 09 04 22 FF
8x 09 00 02 FF
Vaddio_ModelInq
8x 09 08 0e FF
CAM_RegisterValueInq
8x 09 04 24 mm FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF
y0 50 00 10
mn pq 0E 0E 02 FF
y0 50 05 00 00 00 00 FF
y0 50 05 01 00 00 00 FF
y0 50 0p 0p FF
CAM_ColorEnhanceInq
8x 09 04 20 FF
y0 50 mm 00 pp qq rr ss tt uu FF
8x 09 04 50 FF
CAM_ChromaSuppressInq
CAM_ColorGainInq
CAM_ColorHueInq
8x 09 04 5F FF
8x 09 04 49 FF
8x 09 04 4F FF
y0 50 02 FF
y0 50 03 FF
y0 50 pp FF
y0 50 00 00 00 0p FF
y0 50 00 00 00 0p FF
CAM_TempInq
CAM_GammaOffsetInq
8x 09 04 68 FF
8x 09 04 1E FF
Y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF
y0 50 00 00 00 0s 0t 0u FF
Pan-tiltPosInq
8x 09 06 12 FF
y0 50 0w 0w 0w 0w
0z 0z 0z 0z FF
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Comments
On (mirror)
Off
On
Off
Off
Neg. Art
Black & White
On
Off
On
Off
pp: Memory number recalled last
p: Memory number
q: mode (00-std,
10-std /w ccu,
01-trisync,11-trisyc /w
ccu)
rs: speed (0x1-0x18) 1 - 24
X: 00h to 07h (Address)
pqrs: 0000h to FFFFh (Data)
On
Off
On
Off
pqrs: Camera ID
mnpq: Model Code
RoboSHOT-12
RoboSHOT-30
mm: Register No. (=00h to 7Fh)
pp: Register Value (=00h to FFh)
mm: Threshold level
pp: Y fixed color for high-intensity
qq: Cr fixed color for high-intensity
rr: Cb fixed color for high-intensity
ss: Y fixed color for low-intensity
tt: Cr fixed color for low-intensity
uu: Cb fixed color for low-intensity
On
Off
pp: Chroma Suppress setting level
p: Color Gain Setting 0h to 4h
p: Color Hue Setting 0h (− 14
degrees) to Eh (+ 14degrees)
pq: Lens Temperature
s: Polarity offset (0 is plus, 1 is
minus)
tu: Offset s=0 (00h to 40h)
Offset s=1 (00h to 10h)
wwww= Pan position
zzzz=Tilt Position
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
COMMAND SETTING VALUES
Exposure Control
Shutter
Speed
Iris
Value
0x15
0x14
0x13
0x12
0x11
0x10
0x0F
0x0E
0x0D
0x0C
0x0B
0x0A
0x09
0x08
0x07
0x06
0x05
0x04
0x03
0x02
0x01
0x00
60/59.94/30/29.97
1/10000
1/6000
1/4000
1/3000
1/2000
1/1500
1/1000
1/725
1/500
1/350
1/250
1/180
1/125
1/100
1/90
1/60
1/30
1/15
1/8
1/4
1/2
1/1
Value
RoboSHOT
12
F1.8
F2
F2.4
F2.8
F3.3
F4
F4.8
F5.6
F6.8
F8
F9.6
N/A
N/A
CLOSE
0x11
0x10
0x0F
0x0E
0x0D
0x0C
0x0B
0x0A
0x09
0x08
0x07
0x06
0x05
0x00
50/25
1/10000
1/6000
1/3500
1/2500
1/1750
1/1250
1/1000
1/600
1/425
1/300
1/215
1/150
1/120
1/100
1/75
1/50
1/25
1/12
1/6
1/3
1/2
1/1
RoboSHOT
30
F1.6
F2
F2.4
F2.8
F3.4
F4
F4.8
F5.6
F6.8
F8
F9.6
F11
F14
CLOSE
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Iris
Gain
Value
0x0F
0x0E
0x0D
0x0C
0x0B
0x0A
0x09
0x08
0x07
0x06
0x05
0x04
0x03
0x02
0x01
Steps
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Iris
Gain
Limit
Value
0x0F
0x0E
0x0D
0x0C
0x0B
0x0A
0x09
0x08
0x07
0x06
0x05
0x04
Steps
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
Exposure
Comp.
Value
0x0E
0x0D
0x0C
0x0B
0x0A
0x09
0x08
0x07
0x06
0x05
0x04
0x03
0x02
0x01
0x00
Iris
+7
+6
+5
+4
+3
+2
+1
0
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
Gain
+10.5 dB
+9 dB
+7.5 dB
+6 dB
+4.5 dB
+3 dB
+1.5 dB
0 dB
-1.5 dB
-3 dB
-4.5 dB
-6 dB
-7.5 dB
-9 dB
-10.5 dB
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
TELNET SERIAL COMMAND API
The Vaddio Serial Command protocol is a high level text based command line interface supported via telnet session
on the RoboSHOT. The command application protocol interface is intended to allow external device such as AMX
or Crestron to control the camera. The protocol is based upon ASCII format following the VT100 terminal emulation
standard and uses an intuitive text command nomenclature for ease of use. The API is accessed by a telnet client
on the Ethernet port. All ASCII characters will be echoed to terminal program and appended with VT100 string ESC[J (HEX- 1B 5B 4A). Vaddio Command lines are terminated on carriage return. After the carriage return, the
VT100 appends with –ESC[J. (Note: Most terminal programs automatically strip the VT100 string.) General
format usage follows a get/set structure. Usage examples for each type are:
Set Example
COMMAND: > camera pan right
RESPONSE: > OK
Get Example
COMMAND: > camera home get
RESPONSE: > OK
Syntax Error Example
COMMAND: > camera right pan
RESPONSE: > ERROR
Additional programming controls associated with the terminal protocol includes:
 CTRL 5 - Clears the current serial buffer on the device.
Telnet sessions will require access verification and uses the same username and password associated with the
Administrator account on the embedded web server. The default Telnet Port is 23. Command lines are terminated
with a carriage return.
Telnet Command List
CameraHome

NAME
camera home - Move the camera to the home position

SYNOPSIS
camera home

DESCRIPTION
Method used to move the camera to the home position

EXAMPLES
camera home
Move the camera back to the home position
CameraPan

NAME
camera pan - Pans the camera left or right

SYNOPSIS
camera pan {left|right|stop} [1-24]

DESCRIPTION
Method used to pan the camera

OPTIONS
left Move the camera left
right Move the camera right
stop Stop the camera movement
speed Optional integer from 1-24 that represents the speed (Default: 12)

EXAMPLES
camera pan left
Pans the camera left at the default speed
camera pan right 20
Pans the camera right using a speed of 20
camera pan stop
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Image: Invigorating simulated Telnet session.
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
CameraPreset

NAME
camera preset - Recall and storing of camera presets

SYNOPSIS
camera preset {recall|store} [1-6]

DESCRIPTION
Method used to recall and store camera presets

OPTIONS
recall
Recall preset
store
Store preset
preset
Required value from 1-6 used to indicate the preset number

EXAMPLES
camera recall 3
Move camera to preset position 3
camera store 1
Store current camera position as preset 1
camera preset store 2 tri-sync 10 save-ccu
Store current camera position and CCU settings as preset 2, will recall using tri-sync at speed 10
camera preset store 4 tri-sync 15
Store current camera position as preset 4, will recall using tri-sync at speed 15
CameraTilt

NAME
camera tilt - Tilts the camera up or down

SYNOPSIS
camera tilt {up|down|stop} [1-20]

DESCRIPTION
Method used to tilt the camera

OPTIONS
up Move the camera up
down Move the camera down
stop Stop the camera movement
speed Optional integer from 1-20 that represents the speed (Default: 10)

EXAMPLES
camera tilt up
Tilts the camera up at the default speed
camera tilt down 20
Tilts the camera up using a speed of 20
camera tilt stop
Stops the tilt movement of the camera
CameraZoom

NAME
camera zoom - Zoom the camera in or out

SYNOPSIS
camera zoom {in|out|stop} [1-7]

DESCRIPTION
Method used to zoom the camera

OPTIONS
in Zoom in
out Zoom out
stop Stop the camera movement
speed Optional integer from 1-7 that represents the speed (Default: 3)

EXAMPLES
camera zoom in
Zooms the camera in at the default speed
camera zoom out 7
Zooms the camera out using a speed of 7
camera zoom stop
Stops the zoom movement of the camera
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RoboSHOT HD Cameras
Camera

NAME
camera - Base command for camera control command.
Used in conjunction with control arguments to include home,
pan, tilt, zoom, preset etc...

SYNOPSIS
camera {ccu|home|pan|preset|standby|tilt|zoom}

DESCRIPTION
The camera command is the base command used to control the camera movement

OPTIONS
ccu
Various commands for getting/setting CCU values and scenes
home Return camera to home position
pan
Pans the camera left or right
preset Recall or set camera presets
standby Turn standby mode on/off
tilt
Tilt the camera up or down
zoom Zoom the camera in or out

EXAMPLES
camera pan left 5
Pans the camera left at a speed of 5
camera tilt up 10
Tilts the camera up at a speed of 10
camera pan stop
Stops the camera from panning
camera home
Move camera to home position
camera standby toggle
Toggle standby modes
camera preset store 1
Store current camera position as preset 1
CameraCCU

NAME
camera ccu get - Gets the ccu settings
SYNOPSIS
camera ccu get {auto_white_balance|red_gain|blue_gain|backlight_compensation|auto

DESCRIPTION
Method used to get the ccu values

OPTIONS
auto_white_balance
Gets auto_white_balance
red gain
Gets red gain value
blue gain
Gets blue gain value
backlight_compensation
Gets backlight compensation
auto iris
Gets auto-iris mode
iris
Gets iris value gain
gain
Gets gain value detail
detail
Gets detail value chroma
chroma
Gets chroma value

EXAMPLES
camera ccu get iris Gets the iris value
camera ccu get red_gain Gets the red_gain
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CCUCameraScene
 NAME
camera ccu scene - Stores or recalls the ccu scene
 SYNOPSIS
camera ccu scene {recall {factory [1-6]|custom [1-3]} | store [1-3]}
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to get or set the ccu scene
 OPTIONS
recall
Recalls a ccu scene
store
Stores a custom ccu scene
custom
A custom scene (can be stored or recalled)
factory
A factory scene (can be recalled)
index
Integer from 1-6 (factory) or 1-3 (custom) that represents the scene index
 EXAMPLES
camera ccu scene recall factory 2
Recalls the factory scene stored at index 2
CameraCCUSet

NAME
camera ccu set - Sets and gets the CCU Settings

SYNOPSIS
camera ccu set {auto_white_balance {on/off} I red_gain [0-255] | blue_gain [0-255]

DESCRIPTION
Method used to sets the ccu values

OPTIONS
auto_white_balance
Sets auto white balance to auto/manual
red_gain
Sets red gain value
blue_gain
Sets blue gain value
Backlight_compensation
Sets backlight compensation on or off
auto_iris
Sets auto iris on or off
iris
Sets iris value
gain
Sets gain value
detail
Sets detail value
chroma
Sets chroma value

EXAMPLES
camera ccu set auto_iris off
Sets the auto_iris off
camera ccu set red_gain 10
Sets the red gain to be 10
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CameraCCU
 NAME
camera ccu - Stores and recalls scenes and gets and sets CCU settings
 SYNOPSIS
camera ccu
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to get or set the ccu scene or ccu setting
 OPTIONS
scene
Used for storing/recalling scenes
get
Used for getting CCU settings
set
Used for setting CCU settings
 EXAMPLES
camera ccu scene recall factory 2
Recalls the factory scene stored at index 2
camera ccu get all
Gets all current CCU settings
CameraFocus
 NAME
camera focus - Moves the focus near or far
 SYNOPSIS
camera focus {{near|far|stop} [1-8] | mode {auto|manual}}
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to focus the camera
 OPTIONS
near
Move the camera focus near (with optional speed)
far
Move the camera focus far (with optional speed)
stop
Stop the camera focus
mode
Set the focus mode to auto or manual
speed
Optional integer from 1-8 that represents the speed
 EXAMPLES
camera focus near
Focuses the camera near at the default speed
camera focus far 8
Focuses the camera far using a speed of 8
camera focus stop
Stops the focus movement of the camera
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Exit

NAME
exit - ends the current API command session

SYNOPSIS
exit

DESCRIPTION
Exit ends the current API command session. If the session is over telnet, the session is ended and the socket is closed. If the
session is over serial, a new session is started.
Help

NAME
help - display an overview of the CLI syntax

SYNOPSIS
help

DESCRIPTION
Display an overview of the command line syntax
History

NAME
history - command history

SYNOPSIS
history [limit]

DESCRIPTION
Since many of the programs read user input a line at a time, the command history is used to keep track of these lines and also
recall historic information

HISTORY NAVIGATION
The command history can be navigated using the up and down arrow keys. The up arrow will move up a single entry in the
command history while the down arrow moves down in the command history.

HISTORY EXPANSION
The command history supports the expansion functionality from which previous commands can be recalled from within a single
session. History expansion is performed immediately after a complete line is read.
Listed below are examples of history expansion:
* !! Substitute the last command line.
* !N Substitute the Nth command line (absolute as per ’history’ command)
* !-N Substitute the command line entered N lines before (relative)

EXAMPLES
history
Displays the current command buffer
history 5
Sets the history command buffer to remember the last 5 unique entries
NetworkPing

NAME
network ping - send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts

SYNOPSIS
network ping [count <count>] [size <size>] <destination-ip>

DESCRIPTION
Use the ICMP protocol’s mandatory ECHO_REQUEST datagram to elicit an ICMP ECHO_RESPONSE
from a host or gateway. ECHO_REQUEST datagrams have an IP and ICMP header, followed by a struct
timeval and then an arbitrary number of pad bytes used to fill out the packet.

OPTIONS
count Stop after sending count ECHO_REQUEST packets. With deadline option, ping waits for count
ECHO_REPLY packets, until the timeout expires. The default is 5.
destination
The destination IP address where the ECHO_REQUESTS are sent
size The data size of the ICMP packet to send. The default is 56 bytes

EXAMPLES
network ping 192.168.1.1
Attempt to send 5 ICMP ECHO_REQUESTs with data size 56 to the host at 192.168.1.1
network ping count 10 size 100 192.168.1.1
Attempt to send 10 ICMP ECHO_REQUESTs with data size of 100 to the host at 192.168.1.1
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NetworkSettings

NAME
network settings - get current network settings

SYNOPSIS
network settings {get}

DESCRIPTION
Method used to get the current network settings of the device

OPTIONS
get Get the current network settings for the machine

EXAMPLES
network settings get
MAC Address:
00:04:a3:85:0a:ee
IP Address:
10.10.8.116
Netmask:
255.255.255.0
Gateway:
10.10.8.100
Returns the current network settings for mac addres, ip address, netmask, and gateway
Network

NAME
network - Gets the current network settings or pings an IP address

SYNOPSIS
network {settings get | ping [count <count>] [size <size>] <destination-ip>}

DESCRIPTION
Method used to get the current network settings or check network

OPTIONS
settings
Get the current network settings
ping Send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network host

EXAMPLES
network settings get
Gets the current network settings
---network ping count 1 10.10.10.100
Pings 10.10.10.100 once and displays results
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SystemFactory‐Reset
 NAME
system factory-reset - Gets or sets factory reset status
 SYNOPSIS
system factory-reset {get|on|off}
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to get or set the factory reset status
 OPTIONS
get
Get the current factory reset status
on
Enable factory reset on reboot
off
Disable factory reset on reboot
 EXAMPLES
system factory-reset get
factory-reset (software):
off
factory-reset (hardware): [Hardware reset is designated by rear panel dip switches in down position]
off
Returns the factory reset status
--system factory-reset on
factory-reset (software): on
factory-reset (hardware): off
Enables factory reset upon reboot
SystemReboot
 NAME
system reboot - Reboots system
 SYNOPSIS
system reboot [<seconds>]
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to reboot system
 OPTIONS
seconds
The number of seconds to delay the reboot
 EXAMPLES
reboot
Reboot system immediately
reboot 30
Reboot the system in 30 seconds
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System
 NAME
system - gets or Sets the Current System Settings
 SYNOPSIS
system {factory-reset {get|on|off} | reboot [ <seconds>]}
 DESCRIPTION
Method used to get/set the current system settings or execute system commands
 OPTIONS
factory-reset
Get or set the factory reset status
reboot Reboot the system
 EXAMPLES
system factory-reset get
factory-reset (software):
off
factory-reset (hardware):
off
---system factory-reset on
factory-reset (software):
on
factory-reset (hardware):
off
---system reboot
Broadcast message from root (Thu Jan
1 03:27:40 2266):
The system is going down for a reboot NOW!
---system reboot 30
OK
> The system is going down for a reboot NOW!
Version

NAME
version - display the system version information

SYNOPSIS
version

DESCRIPTION
Display an overview of the command line syntax

EXAMPLES
Version
Returns the current software version
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COMPLIANCE AND CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY - ROBOSHOT HD PTZ CAMERAS
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:









FCC Part 15 (15.107, 15.109), Subpart B
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007
KN24 2008 (CISPR 24: 1997 + A1: 2000 + A2: 2002)
KN22 2008 (CISPR 22: 2006)
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55024: A2: 2003
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
Safety
Safety
FCC Part 15 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15, Subpart
B, of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device must accept
any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the user’s authority
to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numeriques
de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des Communications du
Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and Immunity and
meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007(CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005) Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003
Immunity

EN 61000-4-2: 1995 + Amendments A1: 1998 + A2: 2001
Electrostatic Discharge

EN 61000-4-3: 2006 + A1: 2008
Radiated Immunity

EN 61000-4-4: 2004 + Corrigendum 2006
Electrical Fast Transients

EN 61000-4-5: 2006
Surge Immunity

EN 61000-4-6: 2009
Conducted Immunity

EN 61000-4-8: 2010
Power Frequency Magnetic Field

EN 61000-4-11: 2004
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
KN24 2008 (CISPR 24: 1997 + A1: 2000 + A2: 2002)
IT Immunity Characteristics

EN 61000-4-2
Electrostatic Discharge

EN 61000-4-3
Radiated Immunity

EN 61000-4-4
Electrical Fast Transients

EN 61000-4-5
Surge Immunity

EN 61000-4-6
Conducted Immunity

EN 61000-4-8
Power Frequency Magnetic Field

EN 61000-4-11
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
Safety
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
Safety
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COMPLIANCE AND CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY - QUICK-CONNECT DVI/HDMI SR INTERFACE
Compliance testing was performed to the following regulations:




FCC Part 15, Subpart B
ICES-003, Issue 4: 2004
European Standard EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1: 2007(CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005)
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Class A
Class A
Class A
Class A
FCC Part 15 Compliance
 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15, Subpart
B, of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his/her own expense.
 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vaddio can affect emission compliance and could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
ICES-003 Compliance
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’emet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numeriques de la classe A préscrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European Compliance
This product has been evaluated for Electromagnetic Compatibility under the EMC Directive for Emissions and Immunity and
meets the requirements for a Class A digital device. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Ferrite cylinders are included in order to the Quick-Connect DVI/HDMI SR Interface to strictly comply with the European
Community EMC Directives compliance. Use these ferrites to ensure the elimination of possible EMI interference from cell
phones and AC motors.
Standard(s) To Which Conformity Is Declared:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55022 A: 2006 + A1 2007 (CISPR 22:2005/A1:2005) Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN 55024: 1998 + Amendments A1: 2001 + A2: 2003 - Electromagnetic Compatibility - Immunity
EN 61000-4-2
Electrostatic Discharge
EN 61000-4-3
Radiated Immunity
EN 61000-4-4
Electrical Fast Transients
EN 61000-4-5
Surge Immunity
EN 61000-4-6
Conducted Immunity
EN 61000-4-8
Power Frequency Magnetic Field
EN 61000-4-11
Voltage Dips, Interrupts and Fluctuations
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
(See Vaddio Warranty, Service and Return Policies posted on vaddio.com for complete details):
Hardware* Warranty: Two (2) year limited warranty on all parts and labor for Vaddio manufactured products. Vaddio warrants
its manufactured products against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years from the day of purchase, to
the original purchaser, if Vaddio receives notice of such defects during the warranty. Vaddio, at its option, will repair or replace
products that prove to be defective. Vaddio manufactures its hardware products from parts and components that are new or
equivalent to new in accordance with industry standard practices.
Exclusions: The above warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate maintenance by the customer,
customers applied software or interfacing, unauthorized modifications or misuse, mishandling, operation outside the normal
environmental specifications for the product, use of the incorrect power supply, modified power supply or improper site operation
and maintenance. OEM and Special Order products manufactured by other companies are excluded and are covered by the
manufacturer’s warranty.
Vaddio Customer Service: Vaddio will test, repair, or replace the product or products without charge if the unit is under
warranty. If the product is out of warranty, Vaddio will test then repair the product or products. The cost of parts and labor
charge will be estimated by a technician and confirmed by the customer prior to repair. All components must be returned for
testing as a complete unit. Vaddio will not accept responsibility for shipment after it has left the premises.
Vaddio Technical Support: Vaddio technicians will determine and discuss with the customer the criteria for repair costs and/or
replacement. Vaddio Technical Support can be contacted through one of the following resources: e-mail support at
[email protected] or online at vaddio.com.
Return Material Authorization (RMA) Number: Before returning a product for repair or replacement request an RMA from
Vaddio’s technical support. Provide the technician with a return phone number, e-mail address, shipping address, product serial
numbers and original purchase order number. Describe the reason for repairs or returns as well as the date of purchase. See
the General RMA Terms and Procedures section for more information. RMA’s are valid for 30 days and will be issued to Vaddio
dealers only. End users must return products through Vaddio dealers. Include the assigned RMA number in all correspondence
with Vaddio. Write the assigned RMA number clearly on the shipping label of the box when returning the product. All products
returned for credit are subject to a restocking charge without exception. Special Order product are not returnable.
Voided Warranty: The warranty does not apply if the original serial number has been removed or if the product has been
disassembled or damaged through misuse, accident, modifications, use of incorrect power supply, use of a modified power
supply or unauthorized repair.
Shipping and Handling: Vaddio will not pay for inbound shipping transportation or insurance charges or accept any
responsibility for laws and ordinances from inbound transit. Vaddio will pay for outbound shipping, transportation, and insurance
charges for all items under warranty but will not assume responsibility for loss and/or damage by the outbound freight carrier.
If the return shipment appears damaged, retain the original boxes and packing material for inspection by the carrier. Contact
your carrier immediately.
Products not under Warranty: Payment arrangements are required before outbound shipment for all out of warranty products.
Other General Information:
Care and Cleaning
Do not attempt to take this product apart at any time. There are no user-serviceable components inside.

Do not spill liquids in the product

Keep this device away from food and liquid

For smears or smudges on the product, wipe with a clean, soft cloth

Use a lens cleaner on the lens…

Do not use any abrasive chemicals.
Operating and Storage Conditions:
Do not store or operate the device under the following conditions:

Temperatures above 40°C (104°F) or temperatures below 0°C (32°F)

High humidity, condensing or wet environments

In inclement weather

In swimming pools or drainage culverts

Dry environments with an excess of static discharge

Inside a 2nd hand, electric particle accelerator apparatus

Under severe vibration
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