Addendum for WV-CU650 and WJ-SX150 Series

Addendum for WV-CU650 and WJ-SX150 Series
Addendum for WV-CU650 and WJ-SX150 Series
The descriptions in this document are applicable when WJ-SX150A Administrator Console and the firmware of this unit (matrix
switcher) are Ver. 2.03 or later.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher for how to check the version.
(1) ADDENDUM FOR SYSTEM CONTROLLER WV-CU650:
MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX150 SERIES
OPERATING PROCEDURES
INSTALLATIONS AND CONNECTIONS
■ Basic System Connections
• The connection details are the same as System
Controller WV-CU360C/CJ. Refer to the operating
instructions of matrix switcher .
• To connect System Controller WV-CU650 to Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD300 Series or WJ-HD220 Series via the
matrix switcher, refer to pp. 37 to 39.
SETUP PROCEDURES (HARDWARE)
■ MODE Switch Setting
Either of the terminal mode or PS·Data mode are applicable
for connections. Refer to WV-CU650 Operating Instructions
for details on the switch setting for each mode.
■ CONTROLLER NO. Switch
Setting
Normally, set this switch to “1” (default position).
BEFORE OPERATION
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
Before starting the following procedures, all system components must be turned on.
The following procedures are applicable when the system
controller is connected to the matrix switcher.
2. To turn on the power of the system controller, connect
the AC adapter to the AC outlet.
The OPERATE indicator lights up and "Terminal Mode
No User" appears on the LCD.
Terminal Mode
No User
■ Operation Start (Login)
Note: When auto login is set to ON, operators can log into
the system without entering their passwords. (Refer to
p. 2 Operation Start (Auto Login).)
3. To select your registered operator ID number (1 to 16,
up to 2 digits), press the numeric buttons, then press
the CAM (SET) button.
"Password" entry form appears on the LCD.
This operation is skipped when the auto login is set to ON.
(Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
1. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
The OPERATE indicator will light up.
User ID
Password
150
_____
Note: The factory default setting is 150.
4. To select your registered password (up to 5 digits),
press the numeric buttons, then press the CAM (SET)
button.
The factory default setting is "150".
If the operator ID and password are correct, "Login OK"
will blink on the LCD for about 3 seconds. Then, "Mon -"
"Cam - -" will appear on the LED display.
User ID
Password
Mon-
150
__∗ ∗ ∗
Invalid
Blinking
■ Operation Start (Auto Login)
If the auto login is set to ON, any operators can log into the
system automatically. After the controller is turned on,
"AUTO" appears on the LCD for approximately 2 seconds,
then "Mon -" "Cam - -" automatically appears.
Auto login is configurable through WJ-SX150A
Administrator Console. (Refer to the operating instructions
of matrix switcher.)
Cam--
■ Operation End (Logout)
This operation is skipped when the auto logout is set to ON.
This function is used when an operator leaves the controller
or no longer requires access to the system.
To log out of the system, press the MON LOCK/LOGOUT
button while holding down the SHIFT button.
"Logout" will blink on the LCD for about 3 seconds. Then,
"Terminal Mode No User" appears on the LCD.
Terminal Mode
No User
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■ Operation End (Auto Logout)
If the auto logout is set to ON and no operation takes place
for a specific time, any operators can logout automatically.
After the logout, "Terminal Mode No User" automatically
appears on the LCD.
Terminal Mode
No User
Cam--
Note: If an operator ID or password error occurs,
"Invalid" will blink on the LCD for about 3 seconds.
Then, return to Step 3 and select your operator ID.
Mon-
Note: If you want to save the power consumption, disconnect the DC 9 V plug from the controller, and remove
the AC adapter from the AC outlet.
You can activate auto logout and set up the duration until
logout (configurable by minute) through WJ-SX150A
Administrator Console. (Refer to the operating instructions
of matrix switcher.)
MONITOR SELECTION AND CAMERA SELECTION
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
● Releasing Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection.)
After the login procedure, the following operations are available to control the system.
The operation begins with selecting a monitor, then the
selected camera appears the active monitor.
2. Press the MON LOCK/LOGOUT button to release the
priority lock mode.
The monitor number returns to the normal display on
the active monitor.
■ Monitor Selection
1. To select the desired monitor number (1 to 4), press the
numeric button.
2. Press the MON (ESC) button to execute the selection.
The selected monitor number will appear on the LCD.
■ Camera Selection
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection.)
2. Press the numeric buttons to select the desired camera
number (1 to 99).
Mon1
Cam--
3. If the selected monitor number is not valid, or if an operator with higher priority is controlling the monitor, the
monitor number and "Prohibited" will blink on the LCD
for approximately 3 seconds.
In this case, return to Step 1 and select another monitor
number.
Mon-
Cam-Prohibited
Blinking
■ Priority Lock
● Applying Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to Monitor Selection).
2. Press the MON LOCK/LOGOUT button to toggle the priority lock mode on and off on the active monitor.
If the priority lock mode is selected, the monitor number
will inversely appear on the active monitor as shown in
the figure.
3. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The selected camera's image will appear on the active
monitor, and the selected camera number will appear
on the LCD.
Mon1
Cam03
Note: If you have entered a wrong camera number,
press the CLEAR button to clear the input.
4. If the selected camera number is not valid, "Prohibited"
and the camera number will blink on the LCD for about
3 seconds.
In this case, return to Step 2 and select another camera
number.
5. To replace the currently selected camera with the next
higher-numbered camera , press the + button.
To replace the currently selected camera with the next
lower-numbered camera, press the – button.
Mon1
Cam03
Mon1
Cam04
M04
Note: This function will prevent operators with lower priority
from gaining control of a monitor.
However, higher or equal priority operators may still
gain control of the monitor.
Note: If the camera is selected by an operator with
higher priority, "Prohibited" will blink on the LCD.
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CAMERA CONTROL
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
Buttons and control for cameras or camera site accessories
are located on the 3D joystick unit and the right side of
main unit.
Included are zoom control, focus control, iris control, preset
and pan/tilt controls.
Normally, combination cameras equipped with the specific
feature or a WV-RC100 or WV-RC150 Receiver are required
to utilize these functions.
Note: Refer to the cameras' operating instructions whether
to confirm that each function is available.
3. To adjust the lens zoom, move the zoom wheel controller to the right (TELE) or left (WIDE).
4. Press the IRIS OPEN or CLOSE buttons to open/close
the lens iris. The lens iris is adjusted by these buttons to
obtain the proper image exposure.
■ Lens Control
OPEN
IRIS
This function is available when specified lens, with motorized zoom/ focus functions, is mounted on the camera, and
the lens selection (DC/VIDEO) on the camera is set to DC.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the FOCUS FAR or NEAR button while watching
the monitor. The lens focus is adjusted to obtain a
sharply focused image.
FAR
FOCUS
NEAR
Note: Pressing the B button or top button of 3D joystick
unit can also set the lens focus automatically.
CLOSE
Note: To set the lens iris automatically, press the A button of 3D joystick unit.
■ Pan/Tilt Control
● Manual Operation
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Move the 3D joystick to move the pan/tilt head towards
the desired direction.
Top button
● Auto Panning
Refer to p. 8 Camera Panning Function for how to operate.
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■ Program Preset Position
■ Call Preset Position
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. To move the camera to the position to be preset, move
the 3D joystick and press the lens control buttons.
2. To select the desired preset position number, press the
numeric buttons. (1 to 64)
3. To select the desired preset position number, press the
numeric buttons. (1 to 64)
3. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
4. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
4. Press the PRESET/PGM PRESET button to move to the
preset position of the selected camera on the active
monitor.
5. Press the PRESET/PGM PRESET button while holding
down the SHIFT button to save a preset position of the
selected camera.
Mon1
Cam03
Memory
Mon1
Cam03
Pre05
Pre48
Notes:
• If the entered position number has stored the previous preset position, it will be overwritten by the new
one.
• SETUP MENU and WJ-SX150A Administrator
Console can configure each operator's pan/tilt control. (Refer to the operating instructions of matrix
switcher.)
Notes:
• To use the above function, you must set the preset
position number for the camera.
• If you press no numeric buttons or the button 0 in
Step 2, the camera will move to the home position.
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CAMERA FUNCTION CONTROL
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
■ Camera Setup
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "Camera Setup"
appears on the LCD.
Camera Setup
006
On Off Rst A.Rst
3. Press the F1 button. The camera's SETUP MENU will
appear on the active monitor.
Camera Setup
006
5On Off Rst A.Rst
4. To select the desired item in the menu, move the 3D
joystick to ▼ or ▲. To select the desired parameter (or
mode) in the menu, move the 3D joystick to t or s.
5. To execute the currently highlighted selection and to
enter a submenu of SETUP MENU, press the CAM
(SET) button.
6. To leave from the currently selected menu and to return
to the previous page of the menu, press the MON (ESC)
button.
7. Move the cursor to SPECIAL on the camera’s setup
menu, and press the F3 button to display the special
menu.
8. Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET on the camera’s
setup menu, and press the F4 button to reset all the
functions to the defaults.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of the selected
camera for details.
9. To close the camera's SETUP MENU, press the F2 button.
10. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
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■ Camera Function (Shortcut
Function)
The following function is available only when specified cameras with the camera function feature are used.
This function enables executing camera functions via a
shortcut.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the numeric buttons to select an assigned function number, then press the CAM FUNC/SYS FUNC button.
For example, enter 175 for AGC ON.
The selected function will be executed on the active
monitor.
Notes:
• When you select a wrong number, press the CLEAR
button to clear the numeric input.
• Refer to the cameras' operating instructions for
details on available shortcuts.
■ Patrol Learn and Play
■ Auto Pan Setup and Activation
A routine of manual operations can be stored for a specific
time and later reproduced repetitively.
You will set up and activate the auto pan function. The camera can pan between the start and end points you will set.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. To save the patrol sequence, follow the procedure
below.
q Press the MENU button repeatedly until "Patrol
Learn" will appear on the LCD.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "Auto Pan
Setup" appears on the LCD.
Patrol Learn
Start Stop
Auto Pan Setup
008
Play Rvrs Start End
007
w Press the F1 button.
e Operate the camera manually.
r Press the F2 button.
The operation data will be saved.
3. To reproduce the operation data, follow the procedure
below.
q Press the MENU button repeatedly until "Auto
Mode" appears on the LCD.
Auto Mode
009
Seq Sort Pan Patrol
3. To set the start and end point of auto pan, perform the
following.
q To move the camera to a point you wish to start
auto pan, move the 3D joystick and press the lens
control buttons (IRIS OPEN and CLOSE, FOCUS
FAR and NEAR).
w Press the F3 button.
The start point of auto pan will be set.
e To move the camera to a point you wish to end auto
pan, move the 3D joystick.
r Press the F4 button.
The end point of auto pan will be set.
w Press the F4 button.
e To stop the reproduction, move the 3D joystick.
4. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
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■ Camera Panning Function
There are three panning modes available as follows:
sequence mode, sort mode, and auto pan. (Refer to the
operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "Auto Mode"
appears on the LCD.
Auto Mode
009
Seq Sort Pan Patrol
3. Press the assigned function button to activate the panning function of the selected camera.
The LCD will indicate the selected mode as follows.
F1: "Seq" (Activates SEQUENCE PAN.)
F2: "Sort" (Activates SORT PAN.)
F3: "Pan" (Activates AUTO PAN.)
Note: The AUTO MODE parameter, previously set in
the camera's SETUP MENU, will be automatically
replaced to the activated function parameter.
4. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
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■ Changing to Black and White
Images
This function gets the clear camera images on the monitor
while shooting the objects under low light conditions.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "BW Mode"
appears on the LCD.
BW Mode
010
On Off Auto1 Auto2
3. Press the F1 button to change the image from the color
mode to the BW (black and white) mode on the active
monitor.
4. Press the F2 button to change the BW image to the
color image on the active monitor.
5. Press the MON (ESC) button to exit the mode.
CAMERA SITE ACCESSORIES CONTROL
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
● Auxiliary Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
■ Receiver Control
The following functions are available only when the
receivers are included in the system and the specified
camera housing is installed.
● Camera Housing Control
Wiper Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the AUX1 ON/OFF button to turn on the user's
auxiliary switch 1 of the receiver.
Press the AUX1 ON/OFF button while holding down the
SHIFT button to turn off the user's auxiliary switch 1 of
the receiver.
3. Press the AUX2 ON/OFF button to turn on the user's
auxiliary switch 2 of the receiver.
Press the AUX2 ON/OFF button while holding down the
SHIFT button to turn off the user's auxiliary switch 2 of
the receiver.
2. Press the WIPER button to turn on the housing wiper of
the camera repeatedly until buttons are released.
Defroster Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. Press the DEF ON/OFF button to turn on the housing
defroster of the camera.
3. To turn off the defroster, press the DEF ON/OFF button
while holding down the SHIFT button.
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RUNNING SEQUENCE
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
■ Tour Sequence
The following functions are available if a tour sequence has
been previously configured through SETUP MENU or WJSX150A Administrator Console. Any tour sequence can be
assigned to any monitors.
The following function is available only if a group sequence
has been previously established in WJ-SX150A
Administrator Console.
As described earlier, a group sequence determines the
assignment of monitors and cameras. Therefore, monitor
selection is not required.
1. Press the numeric buttons to select a desired group
sequence number.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera. (Refer to p. 3
Monitor Selection and p. 3 Camera Selection.)
2. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
2. To select the desired tour sequence number, press the
numeric buttons.
3. Press the TOUR SEQ/GROUP SEQ button while holding
down the SHIFT button to run a group sequence forward on the assigned monitors.
3. When you have selected a wrong number, press the
CLEAR button to clear the numeric input.
4. Press the TOUR SEQ/GROUP SEQ button to run the
tour sequence in the forward direction on the active
monitor.
Mon1
Cam01
T04
5. Press the SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP button to pause a
tour sequence on the active monitor.
The "P" sign (indicating the pause status) is displayed
at the tour sequence number on the active monitor, and
a camera number currently selected appears on the
LCD.
Mon1
Cam07
T04P
• Press the SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP button to restart a
tour sequence forward from the next step that was previously paused.
• Press the + button to move the sequence one frame to
the next step from the step that was previously paused.
• Press the – button to move the sequence one frame to
the previous step from the step that was previously
paused.
6. Press the SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP button while holding
down the SHIFT button to stop a tour sequence on the
active monitor and return to spot monitoring.
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■ Group Sequence
Mon1
Cam01
T01
4. Press the SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP, + or – button to
operate the group sequence. Refer to Step 5 of Tour
Sequence in this page for how to use these buttons.
5. To stop the sequence, select one of the monitors that
are being run on the selected group sequence, then
press the SEQ PAUSE/SEQ STOP button while holding
down the SHIFT button
Note: If an alarm is activated during a sequence pause, the
sequence runs again after the matrix switcher recovers
from the alarm mode.
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to p. 35.
● Displaying All the Items
1. Perform Step 1 of Displaying Each Item.
2. Hold down the SHIFT button.
The LCD display will become as follows.
■ On-screen Display (OSD)
Control
The procedure described below lets you determine the display parameters, such as camera title, clock and status, on
and off on the active monitor screen.
Before controlling each item, monitor selection is necessary. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor Selection.)
(1)
OSD Position
All
003
3. Press the F1 button.
(1), (2), (3), and (4) will appear/disappear on/from the
active monitor.
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■ On-screen Display (OSD)
Position Control
(4)
(2)
M1
K1 T01
C0 1 ca mera title
ALARM10*
The procedure described below lets you determine the display positions, such as camera title, clock and status, on
the active monitor screen.
(3)
Clock
● Displaying Each Item
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1. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "OSD On/Off"
appears on the LCD.
OSD On/Off
002
Clock Cam Event Mon
M1
K1 T01
C01 camera title
2. Perform desired operations.
q Displaying the clock
Toggle the F1 button.
(1) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
w Displaying the camera title
Toggle the F2 button.
(2) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
e Displaying the event
Toggle the F3 button.
(3) will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
r Displaying the monitor status*
Toggle the F4 button.
(4)* will appear/disappear on/from the active monitor.
* Monitor number, system controller name, tour number and recorder number
3. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
Camera title
A L A R M 1 0*
Event
Monitor status
● Moving Each Item
1. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "OSD Position"
appears on the LCD.
OSD Position
003
Clock Cam Event Mon
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2. Perform desired operations.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "System Status"
appears on the LCD.
3. Press the F1 button.
The SYSTEM STATUS table will appear on the active
monitor as shown in the figure.
q Moving the clock display
Move the 3D joystick while holding down the F1 button. (1) will move to the desired direction.
w Moving the Camera Title Display
Move the 3D joystick while holding down the F2 button. (2) will move to the desired direction.
e Moving the Event Display
Move the 3D joystick while holding down the F3 button. (3) will move to the desired direction.
r Moving the Monitor Status*
Move the 3D joystick while holding down the F4 button. (4) will move to the desired direction.
* Monitor number, controller number and monitor
mode
● Moving All the Items
1. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "OSD Position"
appears on the LCD.
OSD Position
003
Clock Cam Event Mon
2. Hold down the SHIFT button. The LCD display will
become as follows.
OSD Position
All
003
3. Move the 3D joystick while holding down the F1 button.
(1), (2), (3), and (4) (refer to p. 11) will move to the
desired position.
SYSTEM STATUS
MON
1
2
3
4
CAM
01
99
04
R1
MODE
T01
SPOT
ALARM
RECORDER
KB
K1
K2
K4
PC
OPE
12345
2
4
30
PRI
30
2
1
1
The columns in the table indicate the states as shown in the
figure.
MON:
Monitor number
CAM:
Logical camera number (01 to 99)
Recorder number (R0 to R4)*
"– –" indicates that no camera is being
selected.
MODE:
Lists the display mode on the
monitors.
SPOT:
Spot mode
Tnn:
Tour Sequence mode (nn is the
tour sequence number.)
CAM:
Camera Setup mode
SET:
WJ-SX150A Setup mode
ALARM:
Alarm Active mode
ACK:
Alarm ACK mode
VLD H:
Video Loss History Table
ALM H:
Alarm History Table
SYS S:
System Status Table
RECORDER: Recorder mode**
KB:
Lists the system controller name
(K1 to K4) or PSD.
OPE:
Lists the operator number
PRI:
Lists the priority number
* R0 to R4 shows the following.
Recorder number
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
Recorder
Master recorder
Slave 1 recorder
Slave 2 recorder
Slave 3 recorder
Slave 4 recorder
** When this parameter is selected, a recorder number is
displayed in the CAM area.
■ System Status Table
The table shows the current system status.
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4. To close the SYSTEM STATUS table, press the F2 button.
5. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
■ Alarm History Table
■ Video Loss History Table
There are 100 alarm records stored in chronological order
in 10 pages of tables.
There are 100 video loss detection records stored in
chronological order in 10 pages of table.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
2. Press the ALM RECALL button. "Alarm Recall" will
appear on the LCD. The ALARM HISTORY table will
appear on the active monitor as shown in the figure.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "VLD History"
appears on the LCD.
VLD History
On Off
Alarm Recall
ALARM HISTORY
NO
016
015
014
013
012
011
010
009
008
007
YYYY/MM/DD
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
ALARM
80
80
80
07
07
07
09
09
06
06
1 of 2
EVENT
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
ACK
RESET
ALARM
RESET
ALARM
ACK
004
3. Press the F1 button.
The VIDEO LOSS HISTORY table will appear on the
active monitor as shown in the figure.
VIDEO LOSS HISTORY
NO
012
011
010
009
008
007
006
005
004
003
YYYY/MM/DD
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
2002/08/21
HH:MM:SS
18:59:08
18:58:08
18:57:08
18:55:08
18:54:08
18:53:08
18:53:00
18:52:08
18:51:08
18:50:08
CH
99
14
99
07
R0
16
09
R0
S1
S1
1 of 2
EVENT
VIDEO RECOVER
VIDEO RECOVER
VIDEO LOSS
VIDEO LOSS
SW RECOVER
VIDEO LOSS
VIDEO LOSS
SW LOSS
SLAVE DOWN
SLAVE RECOVER
The columns in the table indicate the status as follows:
Lists the date and time when the alarm status
changes.
ALARM: Lists the alarm number (01 - 99).
EVENT: Lists the event when the alarm status
changes.
DATE:
3. Press the + button to select the next page of the history,
and press the – button to back up to the previous page.
4. To exit the mode, press the MON (ESC) or ALM
RECALL button.
The columns in the table indicate the status as follows:
Lists the date and time when the video loss
status changes.
CH:
Lists logical camera number, slave unit number or recorder number that is connected to
the system.
EVENT: Lists the event when the video loss status
changes.
DATE:
4. To exit the mode, press the F2 button or MON (ESC)
button.
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ALARM CONTROL
Note: This section describes the terminal mode. To operate
in the PS·Data mode, refer to the operating instructions.
■ Operation during an Alarm Mode
■ Alarm Mode
While an alarm mode is active, the following are available
from the system controller:
• Operating the camera with the alarm input (ACK)
• Resetting the alarm (ALM RESET/ALM ALL RESET)
• Suspending the alarm (ALM SUSPENDED)
When alarm (sensor) is accepted, the matrix switcher's
operation mode changes to the alarm mode. Then, the system operates as follows:
• The camera image (alarm image) appears on the monitor.
In the factory default setting, the alarm inputs 1 to 16
are associated with the same-numbered camera input
connectors. All the video output signals are sent to
Monitor 1. For example, when the alarm (sensor) connected to the alarm input 1 becomes active, the camera
input connector 1’s image appears on Monitor 1.
• "ALARMnn" appears on the monitor.
(nn is the alarm number).
ALARM01
• Alarm output signals are supplied from Alarm Output 1
to 4 (#10, 11, 23 and 24) of the ALARM port (25-pin Dsub connector) at the rear panel. Alarm Output 1 to 4 is
associated with MONITOR OUT 1 to 4. For example,
when an alarm input signal is activated on MONITOR
OUT 1, the matrix switcher supplies an alarm output
signal from Alarm Output 1.
• The alarm number and "Alarm" sign will appear on the
LCD. Then, "Alarm" sign and the alarm indicator will
blink.
Mon1
Cam01
Alarm
AL01
There are two operation modes when more than one
alarm signal has been accepted by the matrix switcher
that is assigned to the same monitor.
• Sequence mode: An alarm operation is replaced by
another one after the dwell time ends.
• Hold mode: An initial alarm operation is continued
even after another alarm input is accepted.
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Notes:
• The association of the alarm inputs with cameras and
monitors are changeable in SETUP MENU or WJSX150A Administrator Console. (Refer to the operating
instructions of matrix switcher.)
• Alarm input will be automatically reset in 30 seconds.
The auto-recovery time is configurable through SETUP
MENU or WJ-SX150A Administrator Console. (Refer to
the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
■ Operation of an Alarm-related
Camera (ACK)
You can operate the camera with the alarm input as follows:
ACK
1. Select a monitor which displays "ALARM".
2. Press the ACK button.
"ACK" will appear on the monitor with an alarm input.
The camera with an alarm input will become operable.
3. Operate camera with the system controller.
Panning, tilting, zoom, focus, and iris are available.
When selecting another monitor, "ACK" will disappear
from the display. The matrix switcher system will return
to the alarm mode.
■ Resetting the Alarm Inputs
■ Suspending the Alarm Inputs
There are two alarm reset functions:
• Alarm reset (resetting the alarm inputs per monitor)
• Alarm all reset (resetting all the alarm inputs)
Use this function when you do not want to be disturbed by
an alarm input, for example, during the setup procedures.
ALM SUSPENDED
● Alarm Reset
1. Select a monitor which displays "ALARM".
2. To reset the alarms, press the ALM RESET/ALM ALL
RESET button.
"ALARMnn" will disappear from the selected monitor.
When alarms have been reset from all the monitors, the
LCD display and indicators of system controllers will
work as follows for recovery.
• The LCD display will return to the state before the
alarm input.
• The alarm indicator will go out.
Note: When more than one alarm is input and they are
associated with the same monitor, they cannot be reset
one by one.
1. Press the ALARM/ALM SUSPEND button while holding
down the SHIFT button.
"ALM SUSPENDED" will appear on the monitor, and the
ALM SUSPEND indicator will light up.
2. To cancel alarm suspension, press the ALARM/ALM
SUSPEND button while holding down the SHIFT button
again.
"ALM SUSPENDED" will disappear from the monitor,
and the ALM SUSPEND indicator will go out.
Notes:
• An alarm continues to operate even after it is suspended.
• If you suspend an alarm while an alarm image is displayed, "ALM SUSPENDED" will not appear on the monitor. Reset the alarm, and then suspend it again.
● Alarm All Reset
1. Press the ALM RESET/ALM ALL RESET button while
holding down the SHIFT button.
2. The monitor, the indicator, and the LCD display will
change as follows:
• "ALARMnn" will disappear from all the monitor.
• The LED display will return to the state before the
alarm input.
• The alarm indicator will go out.
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MULTIPLEXER OPERATIONS
MUX
Multiplexer board WJ-SXB151 is an optional board.
It enables multiscreen display, electronic zooming, still picture and multiscreen sequence.
It also enables the operation of Digital Disk Recorder WJHD100 Series or time-lapse VCR, when connected to them.
Note: Before the use, it is necessary to install the
Multiplexer board in the matrix switcher and configure the system through SETUP MENU and WJSX150A Administrator Console. (Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
Camera images are switched automatically in a sequence
mode.
The sequence mode (QUAD, 3+1, 8+1) is configurable
through WJ-SX150A Administrator Console.
(Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Step 1 to 3 of
Multiscreen Segment Switching.)
■ Monitoring the Camera Picture
2. Press the TOUR SEQ/GROUP SEQ button.
A sequence of multiscreen pictures is displayed
according to the WJ-SX150A Administrator Console's
configuration.
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
3. To cancel the sequence, press the TOUR SEQ/GROUP
SEQ button.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
2. To select a Multiplexer, press the corresponding
numeric button.
Multiplexer board
Numeric button
Master Multiplexer board 0 (You can skip pressing this button.)
Slave 1 Multiplexer board
1
Slave 2 Multiplexer board
2
Slave 3 Multiplexer board
3
Slave 4 Multiplexer board
4
3. Press the RECORDER/UNIT button. The system will
enter the recorder mode. The images from the recorder
are displayed on the active monitor in multiscreen segments.
4. Press the MULTI SCREEN button.
Every time you press the button, the multiscreen segment patterns are switched. (The following is the factory
default setting.)
4 (segments) → 9 → 16 → 4
5. To return to the spot display, select the desired camera.
Note: If you activate Quad Shift in Multiplexer Mode window of WJ-SX150A Administrator Console, the multiscreen segment patterns can be switched as follows.
4A (Page 1 of the quad – Camera 1, 2, 3, and 4) → 4B
(Page 2 - Camera 5, 6, 7 and 8) → 4C (Page 3 Camera 9, 10, 11 and 12) → 4D (Page 4 - Camera 13,
14, 15 and 16) → 9 (segments) → 16 → 4A
(Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
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● Multiscreen Sequence
Note: The sequence can also be cancelled by selecting
the desired camera. (In this case, you can automatically
exit the recorder mode.)
● Still Multiscreen Picture
Still pictures can also be displayed in a multiscreen.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Step 1 to 3 of
Multiscreen Segment Switching.)
2. Press the MENU repeatedly until "Mux Still" appears on
the LCD.
Mux Still
052
"Input Still CH"
3. Press the numeric button corresponding to the camera
number.
4. Press the F1 button.
The selected camera image will change into the still
picture.
"STILL" and the camera title alternately blink on the
monitor.
5. To cancel the still picture, press the numeric button corresponding to the desired camera number, and then
press the F1 button.
Notes:
• "STILL" does not appear when the still display is set to
OFF.
• When you skip Step 3 and do Step 4, all the channels
displayed in the multiscreen segments will be changed
into the still pictures.
● Still Playback Spot Picture
7. To move the zoom area, move the 3D joystick.
The playback spot picture can be changed into the still picture.
Note: To use this function, you need to connect a WJ-HD100
Series recorder or time-lapse VCR to the matrix switcher.
8. To cancel the zooming, press the EL-ZOOM button.
Note: Still picture is not available while zooming is activated.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Step 1 to 3 of p. 16
Multiscreen Segment Switching.)
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. The system will enter
the playback mode.
3. Select a camera channel by pressing a numeric button
and then pressing the CAM (SET) button. The selected
camera image will be displayed in a spot picture.
4. Press the MENU repeatedly until "Mux Still" appears on
the LCD.
Note: When a WJ-HD100 Series recorder or a Panasonic
time-lapse VCR is connected to the matrix switcher,
recording status will appear on the monitor in the
recorder mode. When the normal recording is activated, "REC" will appear on the monitor. When the alarm
recording is activated, "REC ALM" will appear.
REC
REC ALM
Mux Still
052
"Input Still CH"
5. Press the F1 button.
The selected camera image will change into the still
picture.
6. To cancel the still picture, press the F1 button again.
Notes:
• Still picture is not available while zooming is activated.
• Even when still picture is displayed, the playback of
the recorder/time-lapse VCR continues.
● Electronic Zooming (EL-ZOOM)
The playback spot picture can be electrically zoomed.
Note: To use this function, you need to connect a WJ-HD100
Series recorder or time-lapse VCR to the matrix switcher.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Step 1 to 3 of p. 16
Multiscreen Segment Switching.)
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. The system will enter
the playback mode.
3. Select a camera channel by pressing a numeric button
and then pressing the CAM (SET) button. The selected
camera image will be displayed in a playback spot picture.
4. Press the EL-ZOOM button.
"+" signs will appear on the image.
5. To move the "+" signs within the picture, move the 3D
joystick.
6. Press the EL-ZOOM button. The area surrounded by
the "+" signs will be zoomed up.
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WJ-HD500 SERIES CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE)
Matrix switcher can control Digital Disk Recorder WJHD500 Series. The following is the procedure of WJ-HD500
Series SETUP MENU.
Notes:
• The following operating procedures are for the terminal mode.
If you are using a PS·Data system controller, refer to p. 36.
• When a Multiplexer board is installed in the matrix switcher, you can neither connect nor control a WJ-HD500 Series
recorder. You need to remove the board from the matrix
switcher.
■ Displaying WJ-HD500 Series
SETUP MENU
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the selections and displays a submenu.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
MON (ESC) button: Returns to SETUP MENU or the
previous menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
To display WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU, follow the procedure below.
1. Confirm that WJ-HD500 Series is correctly and securely
connected.
2. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
3. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.) Then, the selected monitor number, recorder
number, and "/HDnnn" will appear on the LCD.
Mon4 Cam--
R4
/HD500
4. Press the MENU button repeatedly until “System Setup”
appears on the LCD.
System Setup
On Off
501
5. Press the F1 button.
WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU will appear on the
active monitor, and “B” mark will light up beside “On”.
System Setup
5On Off
501
6. Perform the camera setting while watching the setup
menu on the monitor.
The following functions and buttons are valid in SETUP
MENU.
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6. To end the setting and return to the normal view, press
the F2 button while SETUP MENU is displayed. "B"
mark will disappear from the LCD.
■ Controlling Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD500 Series
The following are the operating procedures of WJ-HD500
Series via system controller.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD500 Series for details.
● Recorder Mode
Before operating the recorder, it is necessary to enter the
recorder mode.
1. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
Multiscreen segment patterns are configurable through WJHD500 SETUP.
(Refer to the recorder’s operating instructions.)
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Recorder Mode.)
2. Press the MULTI SCREEN button. Every time you press
the button, the multiscreen segment patterns are
switched. (The following is the factory default setting.)
4A (Page 1 of the quad → Camera 1, 2, 3, and 4) → 4B
(Page 2 - Camera 5, 6, 7 and 8) → 4C (Page 3 Camera 9, 10, 11 and 12) → 4D (Page 4 – Camera 13,
14, 15 and 16) → 7 (segments) → 9 →10 → 13 → 16 →
4A
3. To return to the spot display, exit the recorder mode.
2. To select a recorder, press the corresponding numeric
button.
Recorder
Master recorder
Slave 1 recorder
Slave 2 recorder
Slave 3 recorder
Slave 4 recorder
Numeric button
0 (You can skip pressing this button.)
1
2
3
4
3. Press the RECORDER/UNIT button. The system will
enter the recorder mode.
• The images from the recorder are displayed on the
active monitor in multiscreen segments.
• The camera number will disappear from the LCD.
• The monitor number, recorder number, and
"/ HD500" will appear on the LCD.
Mon4 Cam--
Note: Multiscreen segment patterns are not configurable
through WJ-SX150A Administrator Console.
● Normal Playback
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to Recorder Mode.)
2. To start the playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
The system will enter the playback mode. Then, the
most recent recorded image will be played back.
• To pause the playback, press the PAUSE button.
• To stop the playback, press the STOP button.
R4
/HD500
4. To exit the recorder mode, select the camera. (Refer to
p. 3 Camera Selection.) The monitor number and camera number will appear on the LCD again.
You can also exit the recorder mode by pressing the
RECORDER/UNIT button during the recorder mode.
Note: Only one operator can enter the recorder mode.
• To resume the playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
• To move forward/backward search during the playback, move the shuttle ring clockwise or counterclockwise.
Shuttle ring clockwise: Fast-forward playback
Shuttle ring counterclockwise: Rewind playback
Shuttle hold button: If you press this button while
rotating the shuttle ring, playback speed will be
maintained even after removing a hand from the
shuttle ring. (The LED indicator on this button
blinks during the fast playback.)
• To move forward/backward field advance during
the pause, move the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
JogDial clockwise: Forward field advance
JogDial
counterclockwise:
Backward
field
advance
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• To skip to the previous/next record during the playback, move the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise. (Refer to the recorder’s operating instructions
for the description of record.)
JogDial clockwise: Skips to the previous record.
JogDial counterclockwise: Skips to the next
record.
• To display the spot picture, press the numeric button corresponding to the desired camera number,
then press the CAM (SET) button. Then, the active
camera number will appear on the LCD.
Mon4 Cam01
R4
/HD500
• To resume the multiscreen display, press the MULTI
SCREEN button.
• To change the number of multiscreen segments,
press the MULTI SCREEN button again during the
multiscreen display.
● Search Playback
You can search playback images using the Record List or
Thumbnail Display. Every time you press the SEARCH/T&D
SEARCH button, the monitor display will change as follows.
Live image → Date-and-time entry form → Record List →
Thumbnail Display → Live image...
Then, "Search Mode" will appear on the LCD.
• Date-and-time Search Playback
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button. The date-andtime entry form will appear on the center of the monitor.
Search Mode
/HD500
Edit Group Alm
3. To stop the playback, press the STOP button. The monitor display will return to the multiscreen display.
● Manual Recording
SEARCH
YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM
2002/05/07 19:32
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. To start recording, press the REC button.
The digital disk recorder will start recording.
3. To stop the recording, hold down the REC button.
Note: Refer to WJ-HD500 Series Operating Instructions
for details and other recording modes.
● Stopping REC ONLY Alarm
Recording
Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
3. Press the numeric buttons or +/– button to enter the
desired date and time. The cursor can be adjusted by
moving the 3D joystick rightward or leftward.
You can stop alarm recording activated by "REC ONLY"
setting of 430 CAMERA/440 ALARM PORT/450 SERIAL
PORT/460 MUX MOTION DET in SETUP MENU or the Alarm
Mode window in WJ-SX150A Administrator Console. (Refer
to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
To stop the alarm recording, press the ALL RESET button
while holding down the SHIFT button.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. Record List will be displayed and the cursor will move to the closest date and
time.
Note: To cancel the entry form, press the MON (ESC) or
EXIT button.
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• Record List/Thumbnail Display
You can operate the Record List or Thumbnail Display by
referring to the recorder’s operating instructions. In addition, the following operations from the system controllers
are also available.
TIME
23:59:59
22:15:40
21:00:07
17:33:05
7:23:11
6:59:44
8:55:28
0:01:28
(TOTAL
ALL GROUP
REC-MODE
T/L
M/S ALM-TRM12
O/S ALM-VMD3
T/L
T/L EMR
M/S ALM-PC4
T/L MAN
T/L ALM-TRM1
2343RECORD)
SEARCH: MAY29.00
0:01 G1
ALARM # SEARCH:[DISPLAY]
SEL:←→ CHG:+– EXE:SET ESC:FSTOP
Search Editing Area
• Thumbnail Display
000010009 000010008 000010007 000010006
000000013 000000012 000000011 000000010
SEARCH
MAY29.00
● Electronic Zooming (EL-ZOOM)
Playback images can be electrically zoomed besides a
camera's optical zooming.
• Record List
DATE MAY29.00
GROUP
NO
000010009 G2
000010008 G1
000010007 G3
000010006 ALL
000010005 ALL
000010004 G4
000010003 ALL
000010002 G3
Note: The PLAY/PAUSE button is deactivated in the search
editing area.
0:01 G1
000000009 000000008 000000007 000000006
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
3. Press the numeric button corresponding on the desired
camera number to display the spot picture.
4. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The selected camera’s picture is displayed in the spot
mode.
5. Each time the EL-ZOOM button are pressed, the zooming range are changeable as follows:
2x → 4x → 8x → 1x → 2x
000000005 000000004 000000003 000000002
Search Editing Area
<Main unit>
Shuttle ring clockwise: Moves to the next page.
Shuttle ring counterclockwise: Moves to the previous
page.
JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise: Moves the
cursor.
+ or – button: Moves the cursor.
CAM (SET) button: Displays the search editing area. /
Starts the search after you enter the search condition.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
PLAY/PAUSE button: Starts the playback of a record
pointed by the cursor.
MON (ESC) button: Exits the search mode and returns
to the upper menu.
F1 button: Displays/hides the search editing area..
F2 button: Selects a group to be played back.
F3 button: Changes the display mode of the Record
List between the alarm search ON and OFF.
ON: Displays only the Alarm and Emergency
Record List of the selected group.
OFF: Displays all the record lists for the selected
group.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick to leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the
left.
3D joystick to rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
Note: You can move the zoomed area on the monitor
by moving the 3D joystick.
6. To return the zooming range to x 1, press the EL-ZOOM
button again.
7. To return to the multiscreen display, press the MULTI
SCREEN button.
● Multiscreen Sequence
Digital disk recorder starts a sequence according to the
setting of WJ-HD500 Series.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the TOUR SEQ/GROUP SEQ button.
The sequence will be activated.
3. To deactivate the sequence, press the MULTI SCREEN
button.
The monitor will change into the multiscreen display.
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WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE)
Matrix switcher can control Digital Disk Recorder WJHD300 Series. The following is the procedure of WJ-HD300
Series SETUP MENU.
Notes:
• The following operating procedures are for the terminal
mode. If you are using a PS·Data system controller,
refer to p. 36.
• When a Multiplexer board is installed in the matrix switcher, you can neither connect nor control a WJ-HD300 Series
recorder. You need to remove the board from the matrix
switcher.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
MON (ESC) button: Returns to SETUP MENU or the
previous menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick to the left (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick to the right (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
CLEAR button: Deletes a character when editing a
camera title, user ID, or password, etc.
■ Displaying WJ-HD300 Series
SETUP MENU
To display WJ-HD300 Series SETUP MENU, follow the procedure below.
1. Confirm that WJ-HD300 Series is correctly and securely
connected.
6. To end the setting and return to the normal view, press
the F2 button when SETUP MENU is displayed. "B"
mark will disappear from the LCD.
2. Select the desired monitor. (Refer to p. 3 Monitor
Selection.)
3. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.) Then, the selected monitor number, recorder
number, and "/HD300" will appear on the LCD.
Mon4 Cam--
R4
/HD300
4. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "System Setup"
appears on the LCD.
System Setup
On Off
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The following are the operating procedures of WJ-HD300
Series via the system controller.
● Recorder Mode
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
301
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
5. Press the F1 button.
System Setup
5On Off
■ Controlling Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD300 Series
301
WJ-HD300 Series SETUP MENU will appear on the
active monitor, and “B” mark will light up beside “On”.
The following functions and buttons are valid in SETUP
MENU.
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the selections and displays a submenu.
Note: The multiscreen segment patterns can be switched
as follows. (Applicable for WJ-HD316)
4 segments (1 - 4 CH) → 4 segments (5 - 8 CH) → 4
segments (9 - 12 CH) → 4 segments (13 - 16 CH) → 7
segments (1 - 7 CH) → 9 segments (1 - 9 CH) → 9 segments (10 -16 CH) → 10 segments (1 - 10 CH) → 13
segments (1 - 13 CH) → 16 segments (1 - 16 CH)
● Normal Playback
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
Note: Refer to the recorder’s operating instructions for
details and other playback modes.
● Manual Recording
Available buttons and functions (Common)
F1 button: Thumb or List
Changes the monitor display between the recording
event list window and thumbnail menu.
F3 button: Text
Displays text information of selected event on the
recording event list.
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 20.)
F4 button: Copy
Displays the DATA COPY window while the recording
event, VMD search, or making list window is displayed.
● Stopping REC ONLY Alarm
Recording
F1 button while holding down the SHIFT button: Nr-A
Specifies the normal or event recording area for the
playback media.
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 20.)
F3 button while holding down the SHIFT button: Cpy1
This button is reserved for future use.
■ Search Playback
You can search recorded images through the date and
time.
Every time you press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button in
the recorder mode, the monitor display will change as follows.
Live image → Date-and-time entry form → Recording event
list → VMD search list → Marking list → Date-and-time
entry form…
The following are the details on LCD display patterns and
function buttons.
LCD display while the event list is displayed on the
monitor
Search Mode
/HD300
Thumb
Text Copy
F1
F2
F3
F4
LCD display while the thumbnail menu is displayed on
the monitor
Search Mode
/HD300
List
Text Copy
F1
F2
F3
F4
Note: While holding down the SHIFT button, the LCD display will become as follows.
Search Mode
/HD300
Nr-A Cp-A Cpy1 Cpy2
F1
F2
F2 button while holding down the SHIFT button: Cp-A
Specifies the copy area for the playback media.
F3
F4 button while holding down the SHIFT button: Cpy2
This button is reserved for future use.
Notes:
• The monitor display is not changed even if pressing the
F1 button while the date-and-time entry form is displayed.
• To close the monitor display activated by the function
buttons, press the MON (ESC) button.
• The DATA COPY window is not displayed while a
thumbnail window is displayed.
• Refer to the operating instructions of recorder for details
on each function.
Available buttons and functions (Text information)
<Main unit>
CAM (SET), MON (ESC), or EXIT button: Returns to
the upper menu.
Note: Text editing is not available.
Available buttons and functions (DATA COPY window)
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the selection and starts
data copy. (If "OK" is selected) / Cancels the selection and returns to the upper menu. (If "CANCEL" is
selected)
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the selection and
returns to the upper menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
F4
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• Date-and-time Search Playback
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button repeatedly
until the date-and-time entry form appears on the monitor.
The date-and-time entry form will appear on the center
of monitor.
3. Select a desired searching filter by moving the joystick
rightward or leftward.
TIME&DATE
CAMERA
REC EVENT
TEXT
UNLOCK FILTER
TIME&DATE
CAM
REC EVT
TEXT
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
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SEARCH
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Note: The illustration is an example in which "CAMERA"
has been selected for the searching filter.
START
FEB .
TIME&DATE
2
SEARCH
12 :
04
.
REC EVENT
SEARCH
00 :
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00
SEARCH
AM
4. To determine the filter setting, press the CAM (SET) button.
The searching filter window will be displayed on the
monitor.
MARK
CAMERA FILTERING
Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
3. Enter the desired date and time by performing either of
the following.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
The cursor can be adjusted by moving the 3D joystick
to the right or left.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE or CAM (SET) button. After the
search through the date and time, the recorded image
will be played.
5. To exit the entry form, press the MON (ESC) or EXIT
button. The live image will be displayed again on the
monitor.
• Recording event search
You will select a searching filter from "TIME&DATE", "CAMERA", "REC EVENT", and "TEXT". Playback pictures will be
searched by the selected searching filter.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Repeat pressing the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button
until the recording event list window is displayed on the
monitor. The recorder will enter the searching mode.
TIME&DATE
CAMERA
REC EVENT
TEXT
UNLOCK FILTER
TIME&DATE
CAM
REC EVT
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CAMERA
1
2
3
4
5
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7
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10
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15
16
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
Note: The searching filter window differs depending on
the searching filter selected in Step 2. Refer to p. 25
Searching filter windows for details on each window.
5. Filter recording events. (Refer to p. 25 earching filter
windows.)
6. To exit the searching filter window, press the MON
(ESC) button. The searching filter window will be
closed, and the recording event list window will be displayed again on the monitor.
Note: Refer to Step 3 for the screenshot.
7. Select a desired recording event by performing one of
the following.
• Move the 3D joystick controller to up or down.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
Note: To move to the next or previous page, perform
either of the following.
• Move the zoom wheel controller to the right or left.
• Rotate the shuttle ring clockwise or counterclockwise.
8. Press the PLAY button.
The playback of selected recording event will start.
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9. To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC) or EXIT
button.
The live image will be displayed again on the monitor.
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Searching filter windows
Available controls and functions (REC EVENT FILTERING window)
Available controls and functions (TIME&DATE FILTERING window)
REC EVENT FILTERING
EMERGENCY OFF
VMD
ON
TERMINAL ON
COMMAND ON
VIDEO LOSS ON
ON
MANUAL
ON
SCHEDULE
■ TIME&DATE FILTERING
START
JAN
.
1
.
03
00 :
00
AM
.
1
.
03
0
00
AM
END
JAN
:
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
SET : [SET] CANCEL : [ESC]
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the filtering and
returns to the upper menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
Available controls and functions (CAMERA FILTERING
window)
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the filtering and
returns to the upper menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
Available controls and functions (TEXT FILTERING window)
TEXT FILTERING
WITHOUT TEXT
CAMERA FILTERING
CAMERA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise: Changes the
camera number, pointed by the cursor, between On
and OFF.
+ button: Selects the next camera number.
– button: Selects the previous camera number.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the filtering and
returns to the upper menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the filtering and
returns to the upper menu.
• VMD search
Recording events will be searched by the date and time
when a camera detected the brightness-level change.
Then, a result list or a thumbnail will be displayed.
For playback, you will select a time and date displayed on
the result list or thumbnail. Filtering is available by camera
channel, date-and-time, detection area or search mode.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Repeat pressing the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button
until the VMD search list window is displayed on the
monitor. The recorder will enter the searching mode.
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VMD SEARCH
TIME&DATE
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3. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The VMD search window will be displayed on the monitor.
Note: To set all displayed areas as motion detection
areas, press the CAM (SET) button after selecting
"ALL AREAS".
■ SELECT CAMERA & DATE
CAMERA
CAM1
START
JAN
.
1
.
1
.
03
12 :
00
AM
.
03
12 :
00
AM
7. Move the "+" mark to a desired area with the 3D joystick, and then press the CAM (SET) button. The start
point of motion detection area will be determined.
END
JAN
SET : [SET]
SEARCH : [PLAY]
CANCEL : [ESC]
4. Enter a camera number and time range.
Available controls and functions
<Main unit>
JogDial clockwise: Increments a parameter.
JogDial counterclockwise: Decrements a parameter.
+ button: Increments a parameter.
– button: Decrements a parameter.
PLAY/PAUSE button: Executes the VMD search and
returns to the upper menu.
STOP button: Stops the VMD search.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Cancels the VMD search
and returns to the upper menu.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor up.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor down.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
5. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The motion detection area setup window will be displayed.
Note: If no image was recorded in the time range set in
step 4, the motion detection area setup window will
not be displayed.
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6. Select "SETUP AREA" on the status bar by performing
either of the following.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
A "+" mark will appear at the center of the monitor.
8. Move the "+" mark to another desired area with the 3D
joystick, and then press the CAM (SET) button again.
The end point of motion detection area will be determined.
9. To configure more motion detection areas, repeat Step
7 and 8. (Up to 4 motion detection areas are available.)
Note: To delete the motion detection area, select
"DELETE AREA" on the status bar by rotating the
JogDial or pressing the +/– button. Then, move the
"+" mark to the desired area with the joystick, and
press the CAM (SET) button.
10. Select "SENSITIVITY" on the status bar by performing
either of the following.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
Note: Depending on the position of the set detection
areas, the sensitivity indications of the detection
areas may be displayed overlapping each other.
11. Select the motion detection area by moving the 3D joystick to the right or left.
12. Select the sensitivity by moving the joystick upward or
downward.
The sensitivity will be applied.
OFF: The motion detector is not activated on the
camera channel.
LOW: The sensitivity level is low.
MID: The sensitivity is level is medium.
HIGH: The sensitivity level is high.
17. Press the PLAY button.
The playback of selected recording event will start.
18. To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC) or EXIT
button.
The live image will be displayed again on the monitor.
• Marking search
13. To exit the motion detection area setup window, press
the CAM (SET) button.
The motion detection mode setup window will be displayed on the monitor.
■ VMD SEARCH
The recording time of the recorded images with a marked
point will be displayed in a list or a thumbnail. For playback,
you will select the desired recording time to play. (Refer to
the recorder's operating instructions for details on marking.)
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
ANY AREA
MASKING DURATION
24H
VECTOR
A
20 s
B
20 s
C
20 s
D
20 s
C
20 s
D
DURATION
A
20 s
B
SET : [SET]
SEARCH : [PLAY]
20 s
2. Repeat pressing the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button
until the marking list window is displayed on the monitor.
The recorder will enter the searching mode.
CANCEL : [ESC]
Notes:
• To cancel the motion detection area setup, press
the MON (ESC) button. The VMD search list window
will be displayed again on the monitor.
• Refer to the unit's operating instructions for details
on each detection mode.
14. Select a desired detection mode with the 3D joystick,
and select a desired parameter by performing either of
the following.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
15. Press the CAM (SET) or PLAY/PAUSE button.
The motion detection mode will be determined, and the
VMD search list window will be displayed again on the
monitor.
Notes:
• Refer to Step 2 for the screenshot.
• To cancel the setting and return to the motion
detection area setup window, press the MON (ESC)
or EXIT button.
16. Select a desired recording event by performing one of
the following.
• Move the 3D joystick controller up or down.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
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3. Select the desired marked time by performing one of
the following.
• Move the 3D joystick controller up or down.
• Rotate the JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise.
• Press the + or – button.
Note: To move to the next or previous page, perform
either of the following.
• Move the zoom wheel controller to the right or left.
• Rotate the shuttle ring clockwise or counterclockwise.
4. Press the PLAY button.
The playback of selected recording event will start.
5. To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC) or EXIT
button.
The live image will be displayed again on the monitor.
• Thumbnail window
To change a list (recording event list, VMD search list, or
marking search list) to the thumbnail, press the F1 button.
The monitor display will become as follows.
Note: To move to the next or previous page, perform
either of the following.
• Move the zoom wheel controller to the right or left.
• Rotate the shuttle ring clockwise or counterclockwise.
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Available controls and functions
<Main unit>
Shuttle ring clockwise: Moves to the next page.
Shuttle ring counterclockwise: Moves to the previous
page.
JogDial clockwise or counterclockwise: Moves the
cursor.
+ or – button: Moves the cursor.
PLAY/PAUSE button: Starts playback of the record
pointed by the cursor.
MON (ESC) or EXIT button: Exits the search mode
and returns to the upper menu.
F1 button: Changes the monitor display to the list.
<3D joystick unit>
3D joystick upward (D): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick downward (C): Moves the cursor to the
right.
3D joystick leftward (A): Moves the cursor to the left.
3D joystick rightward (B): Moves the cursor to the
right.
Zoom wheel controller to the right: Moves to the next
page.
Zoom wheel controller to the left: Moves to the previous page.
■ Disk Selection
You will specify a disk of recorder for search playback.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly repeatedly until
"HD300 DiskSelect" appears on the LCD.
HD300 DiskSelect 302
Nr-A Cp-A Cpy1 Cpy2
4. When you specify a disk, the search list display will
appear on the active monitor, and "Search Mode" menu
will appear on the LCD. Then, perform the search playback operation. (Refer to p. 23 Search Playback.)
Search Mode
/HD300
Thumb
Text Copy
■ A - B Repeat Playback
You can playback the recorded images repeatedly by
specifying the start point (A) and end point (B).
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "HD300 A – B
repeat" appears on the LCD.
HD300 A—B Repeat 303
Start End
Cancel
Note: To cancel the setting and exit "HD300 A – B
repeat", press the MON (ESC) or EXIT button. The
LCD display will return to the default status.
3. During playback, press the F1 button at the point you
wish to start playback. The playback start point (A) will
be set.
Note: To cancel the start point, press the F4 button.
4. Press the F2 button at the point you wish to end playback. The playback end point (B) will be set, and the
repeat playback will be performed between (A) and (B).
3. Press one of the F1 to F4 buttons.
The specified disk will be selected.
Available buttons and functions
F1: Nr-A
Specifies the normal or event recording area for playback.
F2: Cp-A
Specifies the copy area for playback.
F3: Cpy1
This button is reserved for future use.
F4: Cpy2
This button is reserved for future use.
MON (ESC)
Cancels search playback and recovers the default LCD
status.
EXIT
Cancels search playback and recovers the default LCD
status.
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■ Canceling Filters
During the filtering playback, the searching filter will be
temporarily canceled or recovered.
Notes:
• This function is available only during filtering playback.
• You can change the ON/OFF setting during playback
and playback pause.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly until "HD300 Listed"
appears on the LCD.
HD300 Listed
On Off
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Note: If the recorder is WJ-HD300 Series, "B" mark will
light up beside "Off" in the default status.
3. Press the F2 button.
The searching filter will be canceled, and "B" mark will
light up beside "Off".
HD300 Listed
On Off
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Notes:
• To recover the searching filter, press the F1 button.
The searching filter will be recovered, and "B" mark
will light up beside "On".
• To cancel the setting and exit "HD300 Listed", press
the MON (ESC) or EXIT button. The LCD display will
return to the default status.
■ Electronic Zooming (EL-ZOOM)
■ Marking
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the MARK button during the playback.
The playback start point will be marked.
Note: The marked playback images will be listed in the
marking list window. Refer to p. 27 Marking search for
how to play back.
■ Displaying Camera Titles
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. When you press the OSD button, the OSD display will
change.
Note: Refer to the recorder’s operating instructions for
details on operations.
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 21.)
Note: 2 x and 4 x are available zooming range. 8 x is
unavailable.
■ System Function
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the CAM FUNC/SYS FUNC button while holding
down the SHIFT button, system function of recorder will
be executed.
Notes:
• Refer to the operating instructions of recorder for details
on available functions and function numbers.
• If you have entered a wrong function number (other
than 1 to 999), "Prohibited" will appear on the LCD for
three seconds. Then, the LCD will return to the former
status.
■ Playing the Latest Recorded
Image
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the GO TO LAST button during the playback.
The latest recorded image will be played back.
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WJ-HD200 SERIES CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE)
Matrix switcher can control Digital Disk Recorder WJHD200 Series. The following is the procedure of WJ-HD200
Series SETUP MENU.
Notes:
• The following operating procedures are for the terminal mode.
If you are using a PS·Data system controller, refer to p. 36.
• When a Multiplexer board is installed in the matrix switcher, you can neither connect nor control a WJ-HD200 Series
recorder. You need to remove the board from the matrix
switcher.
● Manual Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 20.)
Note: Refer to WJ-HD200 Series Operating Instructions for
details and other recording modes.
● Stopping REC ONLY Alarm
Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 20.)
■ Displaying WJ-HD200 Series
SETUP MENU
● Search Playback
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 18.)
You can search playback images using the ALARM
RECALL table or the SEARCH table.
■ Controlling Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD200 Series
The following are the operating procedures of WJ-HD200
Series via system controller.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD200 Series for details.
● Recorder Mode
Every time you press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button,
the display will change as follows.
Live image → Date-and-time entry form → ALARM RECALL
table → Live image
• Date-and-time Search Playback
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button. The date-andtime entry form will appear on the center of the monitor.
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
SEARCH
YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM
2002/05/07 19:32
Note: 4C-, 4D-, 7-, 10-, 13- and 16-segment multiscreen
display patterns are unavailable.
● Normal Playback
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
Note: You cannot skip to the previous/next record.
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Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
3. Press the numeric buttons or +/– button to enter the
desired date and time.
The cursor can be adjusted by moving the 3D joystick
rightward or leftward.
● Electronic Zooming (EL-ZOOM)
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 21.)
Note: 2 x and 4 x are available zooming range. 8 x is
unavailable.
● Multiscreen Sequence
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 21.)
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. After the search through
the date and time, the recorded image will be played.
5. To return to the multiscreen display, press the STOP
button.
Note: To cancel the entry form, press the MON (ESC) or
EXIT button.
• ALARM RECALL table
The recorder’s alarm history will be displayed on the
ALARM RECALL table.
1. Press the ALM RECALL button. The ALARM RECALL
table will appear on the monitor.
2. Move the cursor with the 3D joystick to the desired
alarm number, and then press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
The associated image will be played back.
ALARM RECALL YEAR03
NO. DATE TIME
ALM
2000 06-14 20:30:00 T1
1999 06-14 15:30:12 T3
1998 06-14 12:15:04 T4
1997 06-14 12:15:02 V8
1996 06-14 10:07:05 V2
1995 06-14 10:07:04 T2
1994 06-14 10:06:55 T6
1993 06-14 09:58:32 V5
(TOTAL 2000EVENTS)
TO SEARCH PUSH T&D KEY
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WJ-HD100 SERIES CONTROL
MUX
Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD100 Series are operable with
the system controller, when the Multiplexer board is
installed in the matrix switcher.
Note: Before the use, it is necessary to install the Multiplexer board in the matrix switcher, connect the
matrix switcher to the digital disk recorder, and configure the system through WJ-SX150A Administrator
Console, OSD SETUP MENU, and WJ-HD100
Series SETUP MENU. (Refer to the operating
instructions of matrix switcher.)
■ Displaying WJ-HD100 Series
SETUP MENU
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
Refer to p. 18 Displaying WJ-HD500 Series SETUP MENU.
The following functions and buttons are valid in SETUP
MENU.
3D joystick to the left (A): Decrements a parameter
3D joystick to the right (B): Increments a parameter
(TERMINAL MODE)
● Manual Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
Refer to p. 20.
● Stopping REC ONLY Alarm
Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. Refer to
p. 20.
● Search Playback
You can search playback images using the ALARM
RECALL table or the SEARCH table.
Every time you press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button,
the display will change as follows.
Live image → Date-and-time entry form → ALARM RECALL
table → Live image
• Date-and-time Search Playback
■ Controlling Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD100 Series
The following are the operating procedures of WJ-HD100
Series via the system controller.
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Press the SEARCH/T&D SEARCH button. The date-andtime entry form will appear on the center of the monitor.
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
The operating procedure is the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
(Refer to p. 19.)
SEARCH
YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM
2002/05/07 19:32
Note: 7-, 10-, or 13-segment multiscreen display is unavailable.
● Normal Playback
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to
p. 19.)
Notes:
• You cannot skip to the previous/next record.
• Refer to WJ-HD100 Series Operating Instructions for
details and other playback modes.
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Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
3. Press the numeric buttons or +/– button to enter the
desired date and time. The cursor can be adjusted by
moving the 3D joystick rightward or leftward.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. After the search through
the date and time, the recorded image will be played.
5. To return to the multiscreen display, press the STOP
button.
Note: To cancel the entry form, press the MON (ESC) or
EXIT button.
• ALARM RECALL table
The recorder’s alarm history will be displayed on the
ALARM RECALL table.
1. Press the ALM RECALL button. The ALARM RECALL
table will appear on the monitor.
2. Move the cursor with the 3D joystick to the desired
alarm number, and then press the PLAY/PAUSE button.
The associated image will be played back.
NO
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
ALARM RECALL 1 OF
DATE
TIME
JUN 9.00 00:00:00
JUN 1.00 02:34:56
JUN 1.00 01:10:01
MAY31.00 23:34:45
MAY30.00 02:00:20
MAY14.00 05:30:31
MAY 7.00 23:00:59
MAY 6.00 22:05:50
APR14.00 23:00:59
APR14.00 16:06:34
10
ALM
* T
T
* V
V
* T
* T
T
V
* T
* V
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TIME-LAPSE VCR CONTROL
MUX
[PANASONIC MODELS] (TERMINAL MODE)
A time-lapse VCR (Panasonic Models) is operable with the
system controller, while connecting to the matrix switcher.
Note: Before the use, it is necessary to install the
Multiplexer board in the matrix switcher, connect
the matrix switcher to the time-lapse VCR, and configure the system through WJ-SX150A Administrator
Console, OSD SETUP MENU, and time-lapse VCR's
SETUP MENU. (Refer to the operating instructions
of matrix switcher.)
The following is the procedure of a Panasonic model timelapse VCR.
■ Controlling the Time-lapse VCR
The following are the operating procedures of the timelapse VCR via system controllers.
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
(Refer to p. 18.)
Note: 7-, 10-, and 13- segment multiscreen display patterns are unavailable.
● Normal Playback
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
(Refer to p. 19.)
Note: You cannot skip to the previous/next record.
● Fast-forward
1. Move the shuttle ring clockwise to fast-forward the tape
during the stop.
2. To stop fast-forwarding, press the STOP button.
Note: Pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button during fast-forward will start playback.
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● Rewind
1. During the stop, move the shuttle ring counterclockwise
to rewind the tape.
2. Press the STOP button to stop rewinding.
Note: Pressing the PLAY/PAUSE button during rewind
will start playback.
● Manual Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
Refer to p. 20 Manual Recording.
● Stopping REC ONLY Alarm
Recording
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series. Refer to
p. 20.
TIME-LAPSE VCR CONTROL
MUX
[NON-PANASONIC MODELS] (TERMINAL MODE)
A time-lapse VCR is operable with the system controller,
while connecting to the matrix switcher.
Notes:
• Before the use, it is necessary to install the
Multiplexer board in the matrix switcher, connect
the matrix switcher to the digital disk recorder, and
configure the system through WJ-SX150A
Administrator Console, OSD SETUP MENU, and
time-lapse VCR's SETUP MENU. (Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher.)
• You cannot control non-Panasonic time-lapse VCRs
from system controllers.
The following is the procedure of a non-Panasonic model
time-lapse VCR.
■ Controlling the Time-lapse VCR
● Multiscreen Segment Switching
The operations are the same as WJ-HD500 Series.
(Refer to p. 19.)
Note: 7-, 10-, and 13- segment multiscreen display patterns are unavailable.
● Normal Playback
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to p. 19 Recorder
Mode.)
2. Do the playback procedure using the buttons on the
front panel. (Refer to the time-lapse VCR’s operating
instructions for how to operate.)
3. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. The playback image will
appear on the monitor.
4. To display the spot picture, press the numeric buttons
corresponding to the desired camera number, then
press the CAM (SET) button. Then, the active monitor
number will appear on the LCD. (Refer to p. 20 Normal
Playback for the illustration.)
● Other Operations
Refer to the time-lapse VCR’s operating instructions for how
to operate.
MONITOR DISPLAY CONTROL (PS·DATA)
The operations are the same as System Controller WVCU360C/CJ, except for the following.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of matrix switcher
for other operations.
■ On-screen Display (OSD)
Control
1. Display "SX150 OSD" sub menu. (Refer to the operating
instructions of WV-CU650.)
OSD On/Off
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Clock Cam Event Mon
2. Press one of the F1 to F4 buttons.
One of the following OSD items will appear/disappear
on/from the active monitor. (Refer to p. 11 for monitor
display illustration.)
Available buttons and functions
F1: Clock
Displays/hides the time and date.
F2: Camera title
Displays/hides the camera title.
F3: Event
Displays/hides the event.
F4: Monitor status
Displays/hides the monitor status.
■ Video Loss History Table
1. Display "VLD History" sub menu. (Refer to the operating instructions of WV-CU650.)
VLD History
On Off
303
2. Press the F1 button.
The VIDEO LOSS HISTORY table will appear on the
active monitor. (Refer to p. 13 for the illustration.)
3. To close the VIDEO LOSS HISTORY table, press the F2
button.
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WJ-HD500/300/200/100 SERIES CONTROL (PS·DATA)
The details on recorder control are described in WV-CU650
Operating Instructions. However, when the system controller (WV-CU650) is connected to recorders via the matrix
switcher (WJ-SX150 Series), the following differences will
occur.
■ Unavailable Functions through
WJ-SX150A Connection
The following functions are unavailable when the system
controller (WV-CU650) is connected to recorders via the
matrix switcher (WJ-SX150 Series).
● HD500 V-Multi
LCD MENU
HDD 204
HD500 V—Multi
● HD200 Alarm Search
J/S MENU
514
HD200 Alm Search
■ Functions Only Available with
WJ-HD300 Series
The following functions are available only when the system
controller (WV-CU650) is connected to WJ-HD300 Series
via the matrix switcher (WJ-SX150 Series).
● Time & Date Search Playback
Mmm/DD/YYYY HH:MM 12
Mar/17/2004 12:00 AM
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■ Functions Only Available with
WJ-HD200 Series/WJ-HD100
Series
The following functions are available only when the system
controller (WV-CU650) is connected to WJ-HD200 Series or
WJ-HD100 Series via the matrix switcher (WJ-SX150
Series).
Note: This function is unavailable when the system controller (WV-CU650) is connected to WJ-HD500 Series
via the matrix switcher (WJ-SX150 Series).
● Alarm Recall (WJ-HD200 Series)
The LCD display becomes as follows.
Alarm Recall
Edit
/HD200
● Alarm Recall (WJ-HD100 Series)
The LCD display becomes as follows.
Alarm Recall
/HD100
(2) ADDENDUM FOR MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX150 SERIES:
TO USE DIGITAL DISK RECORDER
WJ-HD300 SERIES/WJ-HD220 SERIES
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS AND SETUPS (WJ-HD300 SERIES/WJ-HD220 SERIES)
■ Connection with Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD300 Series
Notes:
• Refer to service personnel for details on the connection with a recorder to operate via LAN or the Internet.
• Check that the firmware of recorder is Ver. 1.30 or later.
• Only one recorder can be connected to the DATA HDR connector of this unit. (Multiple unit connections, such as cascade
connection, are not available.)
● Basic Connection
The following is the description of the connection between a recorder and this unit to confirm the images from the recorder.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the unit address of the recorder to 1.
Set the [Camera control] setting to “PSD” for all cameras in SETUP MENU of the recorder.
Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial cable.
Connect the unit’s EXT IN connector to the recorder’s MULTISCREEN OUT connector with a coaxial cable.
Connect the unit’s DATA HDR connector to the recorder’s DATA port with a modular cable.
System controller
(Terminal Mode)
Monitor
EXT IN
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
MONITOR OUT
3
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
SIGNAL GND
POWER
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
DATA HDR
DATA 4*
(PS·Data)
Matrix Switcher
MONITOR OUT x
DATA
3
1
1
SIGNAL GND
SERIAL
4
AUDIO IN
CASCADE
OUT
2
AUDIO OUT
16
15
14
16
15
14
2
MONITOR OUT CASCADE IN
12
13
MODE
2
1
ALARM
COPY 1
POWER
MONITOR (VGA)
11
10
9
ALARM/CONTOROL
8
7
DATA
6
5
6
5
RS485(CAMERA)
10/100BASE-T EXT STORAGE
4
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
13
12
11
10
9
VIDEO
8
7
4
3
2
1
Recorder**
* Connect these ports if you control cameras from the front panel of recorder.
** Set the recorder’s unit address to 1.
Notes:
• Make sure the recorder’s unit address is set to 1 through SETUP MENU or WJ-SX150A administrator Console. (Refer to this
unit’s operating instructions.) If another number is selected, you cannot control the recorder.
• To control cameras at the front panel of recorder, connect the DATA 4 connector and the DATA port of recorder with a
modular cable. (PS·Data system controller is not connectable to the DATA 4 connector.)
• From system controllers connected to the unit (WJ-SX150A), you cannot control the monitor connected to the MONITOR
OUT 1 connector of recorder.
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● To Control a Recorder and Cameras via the Network
The following is the description of the connection between a recorder and this unit to control the recorder and cameras via the
network.
1. Set the unit address of the recorder to 5 or larger.
(Refer to the recorder’s operating instructions.)
2. Set the [Camera control] setting to “PSD” for all cameras in SETUP MENU of the recorder.
3. Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial cable.
4. Connect the unit’s EXT IN connector to the recorder’s MULTISCREEN OUT connector with a coaxial cable.
5. Connect the unit’s DATA HDR and DATA4 connectors to the recorder’s DATA ports with modular cables.
6. Select the recorder’s new unit address, which is set in Step 1, in 600 RECORDER of SETUP MENU or the Recorder window
of WJ-SX150A Administrator Console. (Refer to this unit’s operating instructions.)
System controller
(Terminal Mode)
Monitor
EXT IN
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
MONITOR OUT
3
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
SIGNAL GND
POWER
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
DATA HDR
DATA 4
(PS·Data)
Matrix Switcher
MONITOR OUT x
DATA
3
1
1
SIGNAL GND
SERIAL
4
AUDIO IN
CASCADE
OUT
2
AUDIO OUT
16
15
14
16
15
14
2
MONITOR OUT CASCADE IN
12
13
MODE
2
1
ALARM
COPY 1
POWER
MONITOR (VGA)
11
10
9
ALARM/CONTOROL
8
7
DATA
6
5
6
5
RS485(CAMERA)
10/100BASE-T EXT STORAGE
4
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
13
12
11
10
9
VIDEO
8
7
4
3
2
1
Recorder*
HUB/Router
LAN**
* Set the recorder’s unit address to 5 or larger.
** LAN: Local Area Network
Notes:
• Select the PS·Data protocol for the DATA 4 setting.
(Refer to this unit’s operating instructions.)
• If the recorder’s unit address, set in Step 1, and the recorder setting, set in Step 6, are different, the recorder will not be
operable.
• In these connections, you cannot use a PS·Data system controller.
• From system controllers connected to the unit, you cannot control the monitor connected to the MONITOR OUT 1 connector of recorder.
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● PS·Data Connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the unit address of the recorder to 5 or larger.
Set the [Camera control] setting to “PSD” for all cameras in SETUP MENU of the recorder.
Connect the unit’s CAM OUT 1 to 16 connectors to the recorder’s VIDEO IN 1 to 16 connectors with a coaxial cable.
Connect the unit’s DATA4 Port connector to the recorder’s DATA port with a modular cable.
Select the recorder’s new unit address, which is set in Step 1, in 600 RECORDER of SETUP MENU or the Recorder window
of WJ-SX150A Administrator Console. (Refer to this unit’s operating instructions.)
System controller
(Terminal Mode)*
Monitor
MONITOR OUT
ALARM
SERIAL
DATA 3 DATA 2
DATA HDR DATA 4
RS485(CAMERA)
DATA 1
LINE
2 SELECT 4
TERM
OFF
ON
PS•DATA
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
3
EXT IN
(PLAY IN)
CAMERA
SW IN
RS485(CAMERA)
9
8
7
6
5
9
8
7
6
5
1
4
MONITOR OUT
EXT OUT
(REC OUT)
4
SIGNAL GND
POWER
2
3
2
1
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
4
CAMERA
DATA 4*
(PS·Data)
Matrix Switcher
DATA
3
1
1
SIGNAL GND
SERIAL
4
AUDIO IN
CASCADE
OUT
2
AUDIO OUT
16
15
14
16
15
14
2
MONITOR OUT CASCADE IN
12
13
MODE
2
1
ALARM
COPY 1
POWER
MONITOR (VGA)
11
10
9
ALARM/CONTOROL
8
7
DATA
6
5
6
5
RS485(CAMERA)
10/100BASE-T EXT STORAGE
4
3
2
1
IN
AC IN
OUT
MONITOR
OUT z
Monitor
13
12
11
10
9
VIDEO
8
7
4
3
MONITOR
OUT x
2
1
Recorder*
Monitor
System controller
(PS·Data)
* Recorder control from system controllers connected to the matrix switcher is not available.
Notes:
• Select the PS·Data protocol for the DATA 4 setting.
(Refer to this unit’s operating instructions.)
• If the recorder’s unit address, set in Step 1, and the recorder setting, set in Step 5, are different, the recorder will not be
operable.
• Do not connect the recorder to the DATA HDR port.
• From system controllers connected to the unit, you cannot control the recorder.
• Only one matrix switcher can be connected in the PS·Data mode.
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● Settings of Administrator Console and SETUP MENU(OSD)
When WJ-SX150A Administrator Console is Ver. 2.03 or later
Select “HD300”.
When the firmware of this unit is Ver. 2.03 or later.
Select “HD300” for “CONTROL” in 600 RECORDER of SETUP MENU(OSD).
600 RECORDER
610
620
630
640
650
MASTER
SLAVE1
SLAVE2
SLAVE3
SLAVE4
CONTROL
--HD300
HD300
HD100
OFF
--COMMUNICATION
DATA BIT
PARITY BIT
STOP BIT
BAUD RATE
COMM PORT
ADR
01
01
01
EXT IN
GENLOCK OFF
GENLOCK OFF
GENLOCK OFF
STATUS-7bit
ODD
1bit
9600bps
SERIAL PORT
■ Connection with Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD220 Series
● To Confirm the Images from a Recorder Connected to the Unit
• Connection procedures are the same as WJ-HD200 Series.
• Set the DATA setting to “PSD” for CAMERA 1 to 4 in the CAMERA SYSTEM SETUP menu of the recorder.
● To Control a Recorder via the Network
• Connection procedures are the same as WJ-HD200 Series.
• Set the DATA setting to “PSD” for CAMERA 1 to 4 in the CAMERA SYSTEM SETUP menu of the recorder.
● Settings of Administrator Console and SETUP MENU(OSD)
Select “HD200” in the Administrator Console window.
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WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (WV-CU650 TERMINAL MODE)
Refer to p. 22 WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (TERMINAL MODE).
WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (WV-CU650 PS·DATA)
Refer to p. 36 and the operating instructions of system controller.
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WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (WV-CU360C/CJ TERMINAL MODE)
• Available operations are in common with WJ-HD500
Series. (Refer to this unit’s operating instructions.)
This document describes operations applicable to WJHD300 Series only.
• You cannot control the following functions from System
Controller WV-CU360C and WV-CU360CJ. (It is recommended to use System Controller WV-CU650.)
• A – B repeat playback
• GO TO LAST
• Filtering ON/OFF
• MARK
• Text display ON/OFF
• Disk selection
• System functions
■ Controlling Digital Disk
Recorder WJ-HD300 Series
Every time you press the INDEX button, the display will
change as follows.
Live image → Date-and-time entry form → Recording event
list → VMD search list → Marking list → Date-and-time
entry form...
• Date-and-time Search Playback
START
TIME&DATE
SEARCH
04
REC EVENT
12 :
SEARCH VMD
DOWN
Note: To exit the entry form, press the MON (ESC) button.
4. Press the PLAY or CAM (SET) button. After the search
through the date and time, the recorded image will be
played.
2. Repeat pressing the INDEX button until the recording
event list window is displayed on the monitor.
The recorder will enter the searching mode.
TIME&DATE
CAMERA
00 :
00
SEARCH
AM
MARK
Note: The factory default setting is the current date and
time.
UNLOCK FILTER
REC EVT
TEXT
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
TIME&DATE
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
SEARCH
REC EVENT
SEARCH
TOTAL
VMD
100
SEARCH
MARK
Note:
• To change the monitor display to the thumbnail,
press the F1 button. (Refer to the operating instructions of recorder for details on monitor display.)
• You can display neither the text information nor
DATA COPY window.
3. Select a desired searching filter by moving the joystick
rightward or leftward.
TIME&DATE
CAMERA
REC EVENT
TEXT
UNLOCK FILTER
TIME&DATE
CAM
REC EVT
TEXT
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
MANUAL
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
TIME&DATE
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TEXT
CAM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
3. Press the NEXT or PREV button to enter the desired
date and time. The cursor can be adjusted by moving
the joystick rightward or leftward.
REC EVENT
TIME&DATE
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
The recorded images can be searched for through the date
and time.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to the unit's operating
instructions.)
2. Press the INDEX button. The date-and-time entry form
will appear on the monitor.
.
R
You will select a searching filter from "TIME&DATE", "CAMERA", "REC EVENT", and "TEXT". Playback pictures will be
searched by the selected searching filter.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to the unit's operating
instructions.)
You can search playback images using the ALARM
RECALL table or the SEARCH table.
2
L
• Recording event search
● Search Playback
FEB .
UP
SEARCH
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
REC EVENT
SEARCH
TOTAL
VMD
SEARCH
100
MARK
Note: The illustration is an example in which "CAMERA"
has been selected for the searching filter.
4. To determine the filter setting, press the CAM (SET) button.
The searching filter window will be displayed on the
monitor.
CAMERA FILTERING
CAMERA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SET : [ SET ]
Joystick: Moves the cursor.
NEXT or PREV button: Changes a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) button: Cancels the filtering and returns to
the upper menu.
Available controls and functions (REC EVENT FILTERING window)
REC EVENT FILTERING
EMERGENCY OFF
ON
VMD
TERMINAL ON
COMMAND ON
VIDEO LOSS ON
ON
MANUAL
ON
SCHEDULE
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
Note: The searching filter window differs depending on
the searching filter selected in Step 3. Refer to
Searching filter windows for details on each window.
5. Filter recording events. (Refer to Searching filter windows.)
6. To select a desired recording event, perform the following.
• Move the joystick upward or downward.
• Press the NEXT or PREV button.
Note: To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC)
button.
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
Joystick: Moves the cursor.
NEXT or PREV button: Changes a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) button: Cancels the filtering and returns to
the upper menu.
Available controls and functions (TEXT FILTERING window)
TEXT FILTERING
WITHOUT TEXT
7. Press the PLAY button.
The playback of selected recording event will start.
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
Searching filter windows
Available controls and functions (TIME&DATE FILTERING window)
NEXT or PREV button: Changes a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) button: Cancels the filtering and returns to
the upper menu.
■ TIME&DATE FILTERING
START
JAN
.
1
.
03
00 :
00
AM
.
1
.
03
0
00
AM
END
JAN
:
SET : [SET] CANCEL : [ESC]
Joystick: Moves the cursor.
NEXT or PREV button: Changes a parameter.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the filtering.
MON (ESC) button: Cancels the filtering and returns to
the upper menu.
Available controls and functions (CAMERA FILTERING
window)
• VMD search
Recording events will be searched by the date and time
when a camera detects a motion. Then, a result list or a
thumbnail will be displayed.
For playback, you will select a time and date displayed on
the result list or thumbnail. Filtering is available by camera
channel, date-and-time, detection area or search mode.
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to the unit's operating
instructions.)
2. Repeat pressing the INDEX button until the VMD search
list window is displayed on the monitor.
The recorder will enter the searching mode.
(The list displayed in the window is the results of previous search.)
CAMERA FILTERING
CAMERA
VMD SEARCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SET : [ SET ]
CANCEL : [ ESC ]
TIME&DATE
CAM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
TIME&DATE
SEARCH
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
REC EVENT
TOTAL
SEARCH VMD
SEARCH
12345
MARK
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3. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The VMD search window will be displayed on the monitor.
8. Move the "+" mark to another desired area with the joystick, and then press the CAM (SET) button again. The
end point of motion detection area will be determined.
■ SELECT CAMERA & DATE
CAMERA
CAM1
START
JAN
.
1
.
03
12 :
00
AM
.
1
.
03
12 :
00
AM
END
JAN
SET : [SET]
SEARCH : [PLAY]
CANCEL : [ESC]
4. Enter a camera number and time range.
Available controls and functions
Joystick: Moves the cursor.
NEXT or PREV button: Changes a parameter.
PLAY button: Executes the VMD search and
returns to the upper menu.
MON (ESC) button: Cancels the filtering and
returns to the upper menu.
5. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The motion detection area setup window will be displayed.
Note: If no image was recorded in the time range set in
step 4, the motion detection area setup window will
not be displayed.
6. Select "SETUP AREA" on the status bar by pressing the
NEXT or PREV button.
A "+" mark will appear at the center of the monitor.
Note: To set all displayed areas as motion detection
areas, press the CAM (SET) button after selecting
"ALL AREAS".
7. Move the "+" mark to a desired area with the joystick,
and then press the CAM (SET) button. The start point of
motion detection area will be determined.
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9. To configure more motion detection areas, repeat Step
7 and 8. (Up to 4 motion detection areas are available.)
Note: To delete the motion detection area, select
"DELETE AREA" on the status bar by pressing the
NEXT or PREV button. Then, move the "+" mark to
the desired area with the joystick, and press the
CAM (SET) button.
10. Select "SENSITIVITY" on the status bar by pressing the
NEXT or PREV button.
Note: Depending on the position of the set detection
areas, the sensitivity indications of the detection
areas may be displayed overlapping each other.
11. Move the motion detection area by moving the joystick
rightward or leftward.
12. Select the sensitivity by moving the joystick upward or
downward.
The sensitivity will be applied.
OFF: The motion detector is not activated on the
camera channel.
LOW: The sensitivity level is low.
MID: The sensitivity is level is medium.
HIGH: The sensitivity level is high.
13. To exit the motion detection area setup window, select
"EXIT" on the status bar by pressing the NEXT or PREV
button. Then, press the CAM (SET) button.
The motion detection mode setup window will be displayed on the monitor.
• Marking search
■ VMD SEARCH
ANY AREA
MASKING DURATION
24h
VECTOR
A
20s
B
20s
C
20s
D
B
20s
C
20s
D
DURATION
A
20s
SET : [SET]
SEARCH : [PLAY]
20s
CANCEL : [ESC]
Notes:
• To cancel the motion detection area setup, press
the MON (ESC) button. The VMD search list window
will be displayed again on the monitor.
• Refer to the unit's operating instructions for details
on each detection mode.
14. Select a desired detection mode with the joystick, and
select a desired parameter by pressing the NEXT or
PREV button.
Note: To cancel the setting and return to the motion
detection area setup window, press the MON (ESC)
button.
15. Press the CAM (SET) button.
The motion detection mode will be determined, the
VMD search will be started, and the VMD search list
window will be displayed again on the monitor.
Note: To cancel the VMD seach, press the STOP button.
16. To select a desired recording event, perform the following.
• Move the joystick upward or downward.
• Press the NEXT or PREV button.
Notes:
• To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
• To change the monitor display to the thumbnail,
press the F1 button. (Refer to the operating instructions of recorder for details on monitor display.)
• You cannot display the DATA COPY window.
The recording time of the recorded images with a marked
point will be displayed in a list or a thumbnail. For playback,
you will select the desired recording time to play. (Refer to
the recorder's operating instructions for details on marking.)
1. Enter the recorder mode. (Refer to the unit's operating
instructions.)
2. Repeat pressing the INDEX button until the marking list
window is displayed on the monitor.
The recorder will enter the searching mode.
TIME&DATE
CAM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
01ch
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
TIME&DATE
SEARCH
APR.25.03*12:34:56 AM
REC EVENT
TOTAL
SEARCH VMD
SEARCH
12345
MARK
Note:
• To change the monitor display to the thumbnail,
press the F1 button. (Refer to the operating instructions of recorder for details on monitor display.)
• You cannot display the DATA COPY window.
3. Select the desired marked time by performing either of
the following.
• Move the joystick upward or downward.
• Press the NEXT or PREV button.
4. Press the PLAY button.
The playback of recorded image will start from the
selected time.
5. To exit the search mode, press the MON (ESC) button.
The live image will be displayed again on the monitor.
• Thumbnail window
The thumbnail window is displayed when you press the F1
button while the recording event list window, VMD search
list window, or marking list window is displayed.
17 Press the PLAY button.
The playback of selected recording event will start.
Available controls and functions
Joystick: Moves the cursor.
NEXT or PREV button: Moves the cursor.
PLAY button: Plays back the selected recording event.
F1 button: Changes the monitor display to the list.
MON (ESC) button: Exits the search mode.
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WJ-HD300 SERIES CONTROL (WV-CU360C/CJ PS·DATA)
Available operations are in common with WJ-HD500 Series. (Refer to the unit's operating instructions.)
COMMUNICATION PROTOCOL (FOR USERS OF WJ-HD300 SERIES)
The following commands have been described in the operating instructions of this unit (matrix switcher). However, while Digital
Disk Recorder WJ-HD300 Series are being connected to the unit, these commands will be changed as follows.
Recorder Control
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Stop
CMD:RmmSPn
ANS:RmmSPn
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 Stop playback
n=1 Stop recording
n=V Stop VMD search
Index
CMD:RmmSCn
(Described as
"CMD:RmmSC"
in the operating instructions)
ANS: RmmSCn
mm=Monitor No.
n=0: Search playback*
n=1: Time & date search playback**
* Transmission command changes the monitor display as follows.
Date-and-time entry form → Recording
event list → VMD search list → Marking list
→ Date-and-time entry form...)
** Date-and-time entry form of matrix
switcher appears.
Multiscreen segment switch- CMD:RmmMLn
(Described as
ing
"CMD:RmmML"
in the operating instructions)
ANS:RmmML
mm=Monitor No.
n=0: 4 segments
n=1: 7 segments
n=2: 9 segments
n=3: 10 segments
n=4: 13 segments
n=5: 16 segments
n=skipped: Segment pattern change*
* Transmission command changes the multiscreen segment pattern as follows.
4 (segments) → 7 → 9 → 10 → 13 → 16 →
4....
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The following commands have been newly added. These commands are available only while Digital Disk Recorder WJ-HD300
Series are being connected to the unit.
Recorder Control
Item
Transmission Command
(ASCII)
Response (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Disk selection
CMD:RmmDSn
ANS:RmmDS
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 HDD normal/event recording sector
n=1 HDD copy sector
n=2 Disk connected to COPY 1
n=3 Disk connected to COPY 2
A - B repeat playback
CMD:RmmRPn
ANS:RmmRP
n=0 A - B repeat playback OFF
n=1 Set repeat start point (A point)
n=2 Set repeat end point (B point)
Filtering ON/OFF
CMD:RmmLTn
ANS:RmmLT
mm=Monitor No.
n=0 OFF
n=1 ON
MARK
CMD:RmmMP
ANS:RmmMP
mm=Monitor No.
GO TO LAST
CMD:RmmPM
ANS:RmmPM
mm=Monitor No.
WJ-HD300 Series OSD dis- CMD:RmmDI
play ON
(Refer
to
WJ-SX150A
Operating Instructions for WJSX150A OSD ON/OFF.)
ANS:RmmDI
mm=Monitor No.
DATA COPY window ON
ANS:RmmPD
CMD:RmmPD
Setup control commands are available.
(Refer
to
WJ-SX150A
Operating
Instructions.)
mm=Monitor No.
Setup control commands are available. (Refer
to WJ-SX150A Operating Instructions.)
Text display ON
CMD:RmmDT
ANS:RmmDT
mm=Monitor No.
Setup control commands are available.
(Refer to WJ-SX150A Operating Instructions.)
List/Thumbnail
CMD:RmmTN
ANS:RmmTN
mm=Monitor No.
Transmission command displays list or
thumbnail alternately.
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2004
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