Data Multiplex Unit Operating Instructions

Data Multiplex Unit Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions
WJ-MP204
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Model No.
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Data Multiplex Unit
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CAUTION:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the bottom.
The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
Model No.
WJ-MP204
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your
safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement
fuse has a rating of 13 amp and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS1362.
or the BSI mark
on the body of the
Check for the ASTA mark
fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is
refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement
cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic
Dealer.
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IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown
below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with
a screwdriver and replace the fuse
and fuse cover.
Serial No.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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FUSE
PREFACE .................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
FEATURES .................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
COMMUNICATION MODE .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5
MAJOR OPERATING CONTOROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS. ................................................................................................. 6
■ Front View ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
■ Rear View ............................................................................................................................................................................ 7
SETUP PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
DIP SWITCH SETTING ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
■ Setting Communication Mode ............................................................................................................................................ 9
■ Setting the Communication Mode via RS-485 or Data Port ............................................................................................... 9
■ Setting the VS or VD Signal Output .................................................................................................................................... 9
SETTING ADDRESSES ............................................................................................................................................................. 10
■ Panasonic Security Data Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 10
■ Camera Communication Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 10
SETUP MENU ............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
■ Setup Menu ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11
■ Displaying the Setup Menu for Panasonic Security Data Mode ....................................................................................... 12
■ Communication Setup of Panasonic Security Data Mode ................................................................................................ 12
■ System Setup for Panasonic Security Data Mode.............................................................................................................. 13
■ Displaying the Setup Menu of Camera Communication Mode ......................................................................................... 16
■ Communication Setup for Camera Communication Mode ................................................................................................ 16
■ System Setup for Camera Communication Mode .............................................................................................................. 18
INSTALLATION .......................................................................................................................................................................... 20
■ Mounting in the Rack ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
SYSTEM CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................................................. 21
■ Basic System Connection ................................................................................................................................................. 21
■ Alarm/Remote Connector .................................................................................................................................................. 24
■ Connector Selection for Setup Menu Output .................................................................................................................... 25
■ RS485 Terminal ................................................................................................................................................................. 25
■ Connection to WV-CU360 ................................................................................................................................................. 26
OPERATING PROCEDURES ...................................................................................................................................................... 27
■ Controlling the Camera Functions with the Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 ...................................................................... 27
■ Controlling the Camera Functions with the System Controller WV-CU360 ....................................................................... 27
■ Camera Selection .............................................................................................................................................................. 27
ALARM CONTROL FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 28
■ Alarm Input ........................................................................................................................................................................ 28
■ Alarm Operation ................................................................................................................................................................ 28
■ Alarm Reset ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28
■ Alarm Suspend .................................................................................................................................................................. 28
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
STANDARD ACCESSORY ......................................................................................................................................................... 29
ALL RESET ................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
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ENGLISH
CONTENTS
PREFACE
The WJ-MP204 Data Multiplex Unit enables you to remote
control multiple surveillance cameras, check alarm settings, operate the cameras and control other system components when combined with the WV-CU360 System
Controller with Panasonic Security Data
mode
capability.
Using up to four Data Multiplex Units in daisy-chain connection allows expansion of the system to include up to 16
cameras. The distance between the system and the cameras can be extended by connecting an AV Codec or similar device. The WJ-MP204 and other devices compatible
with Panasonic Security Data mode have the logo
.
FEATURES
The WJ-MP204 offers the following functions:
• Panasonic Security Data mode (with WV-CU360 connected)
• Camera Communication mode (with WJ-SX350 connected via RS-485)
• Camera channel selection
• Alarm resetting and suspension
• Communication and system setup
Remote control of the cameras using the WV-CU360
System Controller with Panasonic Security Data mode
capability, including:
• Camera settings
• Pan/Tilt Head and Camera Housing (Wiper, Defroster,
etc.)
• Motorized Zoom Lens (Focus, Zoom, Iris, etc.)
• Camera setup
4
Camera Spot function
Allows you to display on the monitor any camera image
selected on the WJ-MP204 Data Multiplex Unit or the WVCU360 System Controller.
Alarm function
Performs the following operations in response to alarm
input to the WJ-MP204 Data Multiplex Unit:
• Activates the camera preset function and displays the
image of the camera at the preset position on the monitor.
• Outputs an alarm signal from the Alarm/Remote connector to external devices to notify them of the alarm.
• Accepts alarm input multiplexed with video signal from
the camera.
COMMUNICATION MODE
The WJ-MP204 Data Multiplex Unit can communicate with
the WV-CU360 System Controller in Panasonic Security
Data mode or Camera Communication mode. Both modes
require different settings.
Panasonic Security Data mode
This mode lets you
• Operate multiple cameras and devices via one WVCU360 System Controller.
• Connect up to 16 Data Multiplex Units for Panasonic
Security Data mode communication (up to 4 in case of
the WJ-MP204).
• Set a unit number for each Data Multiplex Unit.
• Synchronize each channel by multiplexing the video
signal with the sync signal VD2.
• Enable cable loss compensation.
• For Panasonic Security Data communication mode refer
to the following pages:
Setup Procedure ................................................... 8
Setting Communication Mode ............................... 9
Setting Addresses ............................................... 10
Setup Menu ......................................................... 11
Displaying the Setup Menu ................................. 12
Communication Setup ................................... 12, 13
System Setup ............................................ 13,14,15
Basic System Connections ................................. 21
Connecting Two or More Data Multiplex
Units to System Controller WV-CU360 ................ 22
Camera Communication mode
This mode lets you
• Extend the distance between the cameras and the WJMP204 Data Multiplex Unit by RS-485 cables.
• Control multiple cameras installed at a distance of up
to 1 200 m (4 000 ft) from the Data Multiplex Unit by
connecting an AV codec.
• Set or change camera address from the Setup menu of
the Data Multiplex Unit.
• Synchronize each channel by multiplexing the video
signal with the sync signal VD2.
• Enable cable loss compensation.
* For Camera Communication mode refer to the following
pages:
Setup Procedure ................................................... 8
Setting Communication Mode ............................... 9
Setting Addresses ............................................... 10
Setup Menu ......................................................... 11
Displaying the Setup Menu ................................. 16
Communication Setup ................................... 16, 17
System Setup ................................................ 18, 19
Connecting Two or More Data Multiplex Units to
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX350 ................................... 23
PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the
cover.
To prevent the appliance temperature from rising, place
the appliance at least 5 cm (2 inches) away from the
wall.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots.
This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn
the power off immediately and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer maintenance to qualified service personnel.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
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• Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture,
nor try to operate it in wet areas.
Do take immediate action if the appliance becomes
wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel. Moisture can damage the appliance
and also cause electric shock.
• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the appliance body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe gently.
• Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Do not use the appliance in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exists.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10°C +50°C (14°F - 122°F) and a humidity below 90 %.
The input power source for this appliance is 220 - 240 V
AC 50 Hz.
MAJOR OPERATING CONTOROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View
UNIT
9 0 1
2 3
POWER
w
7 8
q
e
r
ALARM
RESET
4 5 6
ON
OFF
1
t
SUSPEND
SET UP
SET
ESC
2
3
ALARM
ALARM
SUSPEND
4
Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
y
q Power Switch (POWER ON/OFF)
Press once to turn on the Data Multiplex Unit.
The switch remains down (;) and the LED lights up.
Press again to turn off the unit. The switch comes up
(l).
Note: To prevent that the power of the Data Multiplex
Unit is turned off accidentally, install the supplied
switch protector.
SWITCH
PROTEC
TOR
w Unit Switch (0 - 8) (UNIT)
Sets the addresses given below.
Turn the switch to align the desired number with the
arrow.
• Data Multiplex Unit address
• Camera addresses (for CAMERA IN 1 - 4)
Note: Keep the Power switch in the OFF position while
setting addresses.
e Alarm Reset Button (ALARM RESET)
This button resets the Active Alarm Mode. Pressing this
button goes off the Alarm indicator and replaces the
“Alarm” indication on the monitor screen.
r Alarm Suspend/Set Button (ALARM SUSPEND/SET)
• Pressing this button will suspend alarm input, alarm
input will be ignored. Pressing it again will reset the
function.
• In the Setup menu, opens submenus for more
detailed settings. Menu items having a submenu
are identified by a return symbol at the end of the
line.
6
u
i
t Setup/ESC Button (SETUP/ESC)
Pressing this button for 2 seconds or more opens the
Setup menu of the Data Multiplex Unit. If pressed for
less than 1 second, it functions as the Escape button
and returns you to the previous menu.
To close the Setup menu when the setup is completed,
press the button for 2 seconds or more.
Note: Make sure to distinguish between 1-second and
2-second operation of this button.
y Camera Selection Buttons
Select the camera for display of live picture. When the
Setup menu is displayed on the monitor, these buttons
function as follows.
Cursor button (C): Moves the cursor down.
Cursor button (D): Moves the cursor up.
Decrement button (–): Selects modes and parameters
in the Setup menu. When setting a numerical value
such as the camera number or address, pressing
this button will decrement the value.
Increment button (+): Selects modes and parameters
in the Setup menu. When setting a numerical value
such as the Camera number or address, pressing
this button will increment the value.
u Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This indicator blinks when the alarm is activated. It
changes to steady light when the alarm is automatically
reset.
i Alarm Suspend Indicator (ALARM SUSPEND)
This indicator lights up while the alarm is suspended. It
goes off when the function is reset.
Note: To use the switch w and the buttons in e, r, t
and y above, remove the front cover by loosening
the screw with a screwdriver. For further information, see page 27.
■ Rear View
o
IN
4
3
!1
2
1
!3
IN
!5
IN
T
4
3
CAMERA
!0
2
1
OUT
B
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
OUT
SPOT
VS/VD
RS485
DATA
MODE
!2
!4
!6
!7
!8
o Camera Input Connectors 1-4 (CAMERA IN 1, 2, 3, 4)
These connectors accept the composite video signal
from the camera.
• Set MODE Switch (1) to ON (VD) in supplying the
internally generated reference sync signal VD to
other devices.
!0 Camera Output Connectors 1-4 (CAMERA OUT 1, 2,
3, 4)
The video signal connected to the Camera Input
Connector (CAMERA IN 1, 2, 3, 4) is looped through to
these connectors.
!5 Alarm/Remote Connector (ALARM/REMOTE)
The factory default setting is ALARM input. For remote
input, set TERMINAL in the System menu to REMOTE.
Can also be used as ALARM/REMOTE output terminal
by moving an internal connector. Refer to page 24 for
details.
!1 Video Input Connector (SPOT IN)
Used when multiple Data Multiplex Units are connected.
Note: To connect multiplex Data Multiplex Units, set
DAISY MODE in the System menu to ON.
!2 Video Output Connector (SPOT OUT)
This connector supplies the video output signal for the
spot monitor. It is also used when connecting multiple
Data Multiplex Units.
!3 VS/VD Input Connector (VS/VD IN)
Accepts the video sync signal (VS), or a vertical drive
signal (VD) supplied by external devices to synchronize the Data Multiplex Unit with other devices.
Notes:
• Connect a device supplying an external sync signal that complies with the CCIR specifications. Do
not input signals having a high jitter content such
as VTR playback signals.
• To input a vertical drive signal, set VS/VD INPUT in
the System menu to VD.
!6 RS485 Terminal (RS485)
This terminal is used to exchange control data with the
camera site via Camera Communication mode.
!7 Data Port (DATA)
This port is used to exchange control data with the WVCU360 System Controller in Panasonic Security Data
mode.
Note: Cannot use both RS485 Terminal and Data port
at the same time. It can be distributed corresponding to the communication mode as follows:
Camera Communication Mode: Use only the RS485
terminal.
Panasonic Security Data mode: Use only the Data
port.
!8 Dip Switches (MODE)
These switches are used to select the mode.
!9 Signal Ground Terminal (SIGNAL GND)
@0 Power Cord
!4 VS/VD Output Connector (VS/VD OUT)
This connector is used to supply the sync signal input
to the VS/VD IN connector, or the internally generated
sync signal VD, to other devices.
Note:
• Set MODE Switch (1) to OFF (THROUGH) in supplying the signals input to the VS/VD IN connector
to other devices.
7
@0
A L A R M / R E M OT E
G
OUT
!9
SETUP PROCEDURE
Follow the procedures below for setup.
Power Switch LED
Power Switch
UNIT
9 0 1
2 3
POWER
7 8
1. Press the Power Switch back to the OFF position.
Check that the Power Switch LED is off.
ALARM
RESET
4 5 6
ON
OFF
1
2
SUSPEND
SET UP
SET
ESC
3
4
Data M
2. Set the MODE Switches as follows:
Select an operation mode using the MODE Switches on
the rear panel. See page 9 for details.
• Communication mode
This mode must be selected whenever this data multiplexer unit is used.
• Set the following in communication using the DATA
Port or RS485 terminal. Termination ON or OFF, full
duplex or half duplex.
• Set the type of sync signal to be output from the Data
Multiplex Unit.
Set it in supplying the sync signal from the VS/VD OUT
connector to other devices.
3. Set the UNIT Switch.
Set address (unit address, or camera addresses) using
the UNIT Switch on the front panel. The addresses to
be set vary depending on the communication mode
set. See page 10 for details.
4. Press the Power Switch down to the ON position.
Check that the Power Switch LED lights up.
5. Set parameters on the Setup menu.
Set parameters on the Setup menu as required to use
the Data Multiplex Unit. The contents of the Setup
menu vary depending on the communication mode
used. See page 11 for details.
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DIP SWITCH SETTING
Before connecting the Data Multiplex Unit, check how the
DIP switches are set on the rear panel in cases where the
system setup must be changed.
■ Setting Communication Mode
● Data Line Selection Mode
Set DIP Switch SW6 to the 4-LINE or 2-LINE position
according to the desired data line selection mode.
4-LINE: Full Duplex
2-LINE: Half Duplex
The initial factory setting is 4-LINE.
● Panasonic Security Data Mode
4-LINE
Check that Dip Switches SW3 and SW4 are up.
1
2
3
4
5
6
2-LINE
SW6
Note: Set SW6 to 4-LINE for communication in
Panasonic Security Data mode.
SW3 SW4
● Camera Communication Mode
Check that Dip Switch SW3 is down and Dip Switch
SW4 up.
1
2
3
4
5
6
■ Setting VS or VD Signal Output
● Supplying Video Drive Signal in Internal Sync
Mode*
Check that Dip Switch SW1 is down (VD).
THROUGH
SW3 SW4
VD
■ Setting the Communication
Mode via RS485 or Data Port
* Synchronized vertical drive signal is supplied in case
of signal input to VS/VD IN connector.
● Termination
Check that Dip Switch SW5 is down (ON).
Note: In case of using two Data Multiplex Units or
more, set Dip Switch SW5 on only one point at the
end position of the unit to the down position.
OFF
ON
SW5
9
SW1
● Supplying Synchronized Signal Input to VS/VD
IN Connector
Check that Dip Switch SW1 is up (THROUGH).
THROUGH
VD
SW1
SETTING ADDRESSES
Address setting varies from one communication mode to another.
The setting should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
■ Panasonic Security Data Mode
Set each number as follows.
UNIT Switch Settings of WJ-MP204
Unit address
of WJ-MP204
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Set the
number in
Setup
menu
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Prohibition
of a Setup
(reserved
number)
Notes:
• Do not set the UNIT switch to position 9 because it is a reserved number.
• When two Units corresponding to Panasonic Security Data or more are connected, check that each UNIT switch is set to a
number different from those of the others.
• In changing unit addresses using the setup menu, set the UNIT switch to position 0.
• Keep the power switch in the OFF position while setting unit numbers. Addresses cannot be set if power is on.
• For details of setting the System Controller WV-CU360, refer to the Operating Instruction for the System Controller.
● Setting Unit Addresses
Turn the UNIT switch till the arrow points the desired number.
UNIT
9 0 1
7 8
2 3
4 5 6
■ Camera Communication Mode
Set camera address as follows.
UNIT Switch Settings of WJ-MP204
0
1
CAMERA
IN/OUT Connector
2
3
4
Set the
number in
Setup
menu
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
5
9
13
17
21
25
29
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
3
7
11
15
19
23
27
31
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
9
Prohibition
of a Setup
(reserved
number)
Notes:
• Do not set the UNIT switch to position 9 because it is a reserved number.
• When two Units or more are connected, check that each UNIT switch is set to a number different from those of the others.
• In changing camera addresses using the setup menu, set the UNIT switch to position 0.
• Keep the power switch in the OFF position while setting unit numbers. Addresses cannot be set if power is on.
● Setting Unit Addresses
Turn the UNIT switch till the arrow points the desired number.
UNIT
2 3
7 8
9 0 1
4 5 6
10
SETUP MENU
The Setup menu consists of two main menus: one for communication setup for connection to cameras and the system controller WV-CU360, and the other for system setup of the Data Multiplex Unit.
Each of the main menus consists of submenus.
The Setup menu varies between Panasonic Security Data mode and Camera Communication mode. Refer to the description
of communication mode setting with the DIP switches on page 9.
■ Setup Menu
● Panasonic Security Data mode
(see page 12 - 15)
COMMUNICATION
● Camera Communication mode
(see page 16 - 19)
COMMUNICATION
UNIT ADDRESS
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
CAM ADDRESS
DATA BIT
BAUD RATE
PARITY CHECK
DATA BIT
STOP BIT
PARITY CHECK
WAIT TIME
STOP BIT
SYSTEM
WAIT TIME
ALARM MODE
DELAY TIME
MONITOR SPOT
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
SITE ALARM
MONITOR SPOT
TERM. ALARM
ALARM DISPLAY
ALARM OUTPUT
SITE ALARM
ALARM DATA
TERM. ALARM
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN
COMP
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
COMP/VD2/DATA
VD2
CAMERA IN
DATA
COMP
VS/VD INPUT
VD2
CAMERA CONFIG
DATA
CAMERA CONFIG
11
XON/XOFF
VS/VD INPUT
DAISY MODE
DAISY MODE
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
■ Displaying the Setup Menu for
Panasonic Security Data Mode
1. Check that the cameras and peripherals are connected
correctly and securely.
2. Switch all the system components on.
3. Press the SETUP/ESC button for 2 seconds or more.
The Setup menu appears on the monitor.
WJ-MP204 SETUP MENU X.XX
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
Note:
• To not display the Setup menu for CAMERA OUT pictures, shift the internal switch.(See page 25.)
• To finalize the settings, press the SETUP/ESC button
for 2 seconds or more while the Setup menu is displayed.
• To use the System Controller WV-CU360 for operation,
refer to its Operating Instructions.
■ Communication Setup of
Panasonic Security Data Mode
1. Display the Setup menu.
2. Move the cursor to COMMUNICATION by pressing
button 1 (C) or button 2 (D).
Then press the SUSPEND/SET button.
• In case of Panasonic Security Data mode, the COMMUNICATION menu appears as shown below.
4. Move the cursor up or down pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D).
5. Press the SUSPEND/SET button. The COMMUNICATION menu or the SYSTEM menu appears on the monitor as shown below.
COMMUNICATION
UNIT ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
WAIT TIME
COMMUNICATION
UNIT ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
WAIT TIME
1
9600
8
NONE
1
OFF
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
CAMERA CONFIG
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
1
9600
8
NONE
1
OFF
3. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired mode by
pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
4. Press the SUSPEND/SET button.
5. After taking the above steps, press the SETUP/ESC
button for 2 seconds or more.
Note: All the settings must be compatible with the
peripherals connected.
• The following buttons are used with the Setup menu for
the WV-CU360. (For Panasonic Security Data mode
only)
UP
L
R
L
R
: To move the cursor up and down
DOWN
• The following buttons are used with the Setup menu.
1 (C): To move the cursor down
2 (D): To move the cursor up
3 (–): To select a mode or parameter
4 (+): To select a mode or parameter
SUSPEND/SET: To enter the selections and display
the submenu for the item indicated by the mark
SETUP/ESC: To return to the previous menu
STILL
EL-ZOOM
: To select a mode or parameter
-
+
CAM
SET
MON
ESC
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: To enter the selections and display
the submenu
: To return to the previous menu
(1) Unit Address Setting
(6) Wait Time Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to UNIT ADDRESS by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired unit
address in the range of 1 to 99 by pressing button 3 (–)
or button 4 (+).
Notes:
• Check before the above setting that the UNIT
switch is at 0. For address setting, see page 10.
• Before switching the Data Multiplex Unit back on,
remember that address setting with the UNIT
switch has priority to the above setting.
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to WAIT TIME by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired wait time
(OFF, 100, 200, 400, or 1000 ms) by pressing button 3
(–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is OFF (No retry).
COMMUNICATION
UNIT ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
DATA BIT
PARITY CHECK
STOP BIT
WAIT TIME
1
9600
8
NONE
1
OFF
(2) Baud Rate Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to BAUD RATE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired baud rate
(19200, 9600, 4800, or 2400 bps) by pressing button 3
(–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 9600bps.
(3) Data Bit Setting
■ System Setup for Panasonic
Security Data Mode
1. Display the Setup menu.
2. Move the cursor to SYSTEM by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then press the SUSPEND/SET button.
• In case of Panasonic Security Data mode, the SYSTEM menu appears as shown below.
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
CAMERA CONFIG
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
Setting is fixed for 8 bit.
(4) Parity Check Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to PARITY CHECK by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired type of
parity check (NONE, EVEN or ODD) by pressing button
3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is NONE.
(5) Stop Bit Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to STOP BIT by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then select the desired number of stop
bits, 1 or 2 by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 1 bit.
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3. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then then select the desired
mode by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
4. Press the SUSPEND/SET button.
5. After taking the above steps, press the SETUP/ESC
button for 2 seconds or more.
Note: All the settings must be compatible with the
peripherals connected.
(1) Alarm Mode Setting
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Monitor Spot Setting
ALARM MODE
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
SITE ALARM
TERM.ALARM
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
10S
1S
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM MODE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button,
then select MONITOR SPOT ON or OFF by pressing
button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
ON: The screen of the corresponding channel appears
when the alarm is activated. If MONITOR SPOT ON
with the mark
is selected, the screen appears
as shown below.
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM
1
2
3
4
CAM NO.
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
PRE
-
Enter each camera number and a preset position for
each alarm number. If the Data Multiplex Unit is connected to a combination camera, enter a preset position for the PRE parameter.
OFF: The screen continues to display the pictures in
the mode selected previously when the alarm is
activated.
For further information on preset positions, refer to the
Operating Instructions for the combination camera.
• Alarm Display Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DISPLAY by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select ALARM DISPLAY ON
or OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+) so that
[ALARM∗∗∗] appears on the screen or not.
The initial factory setting is ON.
Note: The figure shown in the place of [∗∗∗] after the
word ALARM is a channel number.
• Site Alarm Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to SITE ALARM by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select SITE ALARM ON or
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• Terminal Alarm Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to TERM. ALARM by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select TERM. ALARM ON or
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Alarm Output Data (Alarm Output Duration from
Alarm Connector)
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM OUTPUT by pressing button 1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired alarm
output duration, 1S - 30S, 40S, 50S, 1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN,
4MIN, 5MIN, EXT or OFF, by pressing button 3 (–) or
button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 10S. Enable to set by 1 second (1S - 30S).
EXT: The alarm signal continues to be output from
ALARM/REMOTE connector till the alarm is reset.
The alarm is not automatically reset.
1S-5MIN: The alarm signal is supplied from ALARM/
REMOTE connector only for the set time. The
alarm is automatically reset after the set time.
(The ALARM indicator changes from blink to
steady light.)
OFF: The alarm signal is not supplied from ALARM/
REMOTE connector. The alarm is not automatically reset.
• Alarm Data
This is to set whether or not the alarm data received
from a camera is to be transmitted to the WV-CU360.
OFF: Select this parameter if the system controller is
not connected to the system, or if operation is
to be controlled via an AV Codec.
0S:
Each time an alarm is detected, it is notified to
the system controller.
1S:
When an alarm is detected, it is notified to the
system controller. (Alarm data on each channel
where an alarm is detected is stored for 1 second, and the stored alarm data is sent to the
system controller.)
5S:
When an alarm is detected, it is notified to the
system controller. (Alarm data on each channel
where an alarm is detected is stored for 5 seconds, and the stored alarm data is sent to the
system controller.)
Note: To set 0S, 1S or 5S, the system controller set as
controller No. 1 must be connected to the system.
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DATA by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired alarm data
duration, OFF, 0S, 1S, or 5S, by pressing button 3 (–)
or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 1S.
(2) Comp/VD2/Data Setting
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN 1CH
COMP
S
VD2
ON
DATA
ON
The initial factory setting is ON.
(3) VS/VD Input
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to VS/VD INPUT by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select VS or VD by pressing
button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is VD.
(4) Camera Config
• Camera Input Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to CAMERA IN by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button,
then select the desired channel 1, 2, 3 or 4 for background picture by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 1CH.
• Cable Compensation Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to COMP by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select the most suitable cable length by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
S: Less than 400 m (1,300 ft)
M: 400 m (1,300 ft) to 700 m (2,300 ft)
L: 700 m (2,300 ft) to 900 m (3,000 ft)
(When using RG-59U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent
cable)
The initial factory setting is S.
CAMERA CONFIG
CAMERA IN
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
CAM NO.
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to CAMERA CONFIG by pressing button 1 (C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET
button, then assign unit numbers, 1 to 128 or - (no
camera), by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
Camera numbers are automatically assigned according to the UNIT switch settings.
(5) Daisy Mode
• VD2 Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to VD2 by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select ON, OFF, or THRU by pressing button 3 (–) or
button 4 (+).
ON: Multiplex sync signals (VD2) are generated by
synchronizing with the signals sent to the VS/VD IN
connector. If there is no input signal, the internally
generated sync signal (VD2) is multiplexed.
OFF: Sync signal (VD2) is not multiplexed.
THRU: The sync signal (VD2) sent to the CAMERA
OUT connector is multiplexed with the video signals. If there is no input signal, the sync signal
(VD2) is not multiplexed.
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Data Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to DATA by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select data communication ON or OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
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1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to DAISY MODE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select control mode ON or
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
(6) Terminal
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to TERMINAL by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select ALARM or REMOTE by
pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ALARM.
Note: To switch from ALARM/REMOTE IN to ALARM/
REMOTE OUT, shift the internal connector of the WJMP204 from the ALM IN connector to the ALM OUT
connector (See page 24).
The initial factory setting of ALARM/REMOTE connector
is ALM IN.
■ Displaying the Setup Menu of
Camera Communication Mode
1. Check that the cameras and peripherals are connected
correctly and securely.
2. Switch all the system components on.
3. Press the SETUP/ESC button for 2 seconds or more.
The Setup menu appears on the monitor.
Notes:
• To not display the Setup menu for camera output pictures, shift the internal switch. (See page 25.)
• To finalize the settings, press the SETUP/ESC button
for 2 seconds or more while the Setup menu is displayed.
• To use the System Controller WV-CU360 for operation,
refer to its Operating Instructions.
WJ-MP204 SETUP MENU X.XX
COMMUNICATION
SYSTEM
4. Move the cursor up or down pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D).
5. Press the SUSPEND/SET button. The COMMUNICATION menu or the SYSTEM menu appears on the monitor as shown below.
COMMUNICATION
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY CHECK NONE
STOP BIT
1
WAIT TIME
OFF
DELAY TIME
OFF
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
• The following buttons are used with the Setup menu.
1 (C): To move the cursor down
2 (D): To move the cursor up
3 (–): To select a mode or parameter
4 (+): To select a mode or parameter
SUSPEND/SET: To enter the selections and display
the submenu for the item indicated by the mark
SETUP/ESC: To return to the previous menu.
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■ Communication Setup for
Camera Communication Mode
1. Display the Setup menu.
2. Move the cursor to COMMUNICATION by pressing
button 1 (C) or button 2 (D). Then press the SUSPEND/SET button.
• In case of Camera Communication mode, the
COMMUNICATION menu appears as shown
below.
COMMUNICATION
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY CHECK NONE
STOP BIT
1
WAIT TIME
OFF
DELAY TIME
OFF
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
3. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired mode by
pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
4. Press the SUSPEND/SET button.
5. After taking the above steps, press the SETUP/ESC
button for 2 seconds or more.
Note: All the settings must be compatible with the
peripherals connected.
(1) Camera Addresses Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to CAM ADDRESS by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button,
and then select the desired camera addresses in the
range of 1 to 99 or No Camera by pressing button 3 (–)
or button 4 (+).
COMMUNICATION
CAM ADDRESS
BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY CHECK NONE
STOP BIT
1
WAIT TIME
OFF
DELAY TIME
OFF
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
(4) Parity Check Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to PARITY CHECK by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired type of
parity check (NONE, EVEN or ODD) by pressing button
3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is NONE.
(5) Stop Bit Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to STOP BIT by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then select the desired number of stop
bits, 1 or 2 by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 1 bit.
(6) Wait Time Setting
CAM ADDRESS
CAMERA IN
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
ADDRESS
1
2
3
4
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to WAIT TIME by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired wait time
(OFF, 100, 200, 400, or 1000 ms) by pressing button 3
(–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is OFF (No retry).
(7) Delay Time Setting
Note:
• Check before the above setting that the UNIT
switch is at 0. For address setting, see page 10.
• Before switching the Data Multiplex Unit back on,
remember that address setting with the UNIT switch
has priority to the above setting.
(2) Baud Rate Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to BAUD RATE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired baud rate
(19200, 9600, 4800, or 2400 bps) by pressing button 3
(–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 19200bps.
(3) Data Bit Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to DATA BIT by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then select the desired number of data
bits, 7 or 8, by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 8 bit.
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1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to DELAY TIME by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired delay time
(OFF, 10, 20, 40, or 100 ms) by pressing button 3 (–) or
button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is OFF.
(8) XON/XOFF Setting
1. Display the COMMUNICATION menu.
2. Move the cursor to XON/XOFF by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired mode,
NOT USE or USE, by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4
(+).
The initial factory setting is NOT USE.
■ System Setup for Camera
Communication Mode
1. Display the Setup menu.
2. Move the cursor to SYSTEM by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then press the SUSPEND/SET button.
• In case of Camera Communication mode, the SYSTEM menu appears as shown below.
SYSTEM
ALARM MODE
ON
COMP/VD2/DATA
VS/VD INPUT VD
DAISY MODE
ON
TERMINAL
ALARM
3. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), and then select the desired
mode by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
4. Press the SUSPEND/SET button.
5. After taking the above steps, press the SETUP/ESC
button for 2 seconds or more.
Note: All the settings must be compatible with the
peripherals connected.
(1) Alarm Mode Setting
• Monitor Spot Setting
• Alarm Display Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DISPLAY by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select ALARM DISPLAY ON
or OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+) so that
[ALARM∗∗∗] appears on the screen or not.
The initial factory setting is ON.
Note: The figure shown in the place of [∗∗∗] after the
word ALARM is a channel number.
• Site Alarm Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to SITE ALARM by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select SITE ALARM ON or
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Terminal Alarm Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to TERM. ALARM by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select TERM. ALARM ON or
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Alarm Output Data (Alarm Output Duration from
Alarm Connector)
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM OUTPUT by pressing button
1 (C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired alarm
output duration, 1S - 30S, 40S, 50S, 1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN,
4MIN, 5MIN, EXT or OFF, by pressing button 3 (–) or
button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 10S. Enable to set by 1 second (1S - 30S).
EXT:
ALARM MODE
MONITOR SPOT
ALARM DISPLAY
SITE ALARM
TERM.ALARM
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM DATA
ON
ON
ON
ON
10S
AUTO2
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM MODE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button,
then select MONITOR SPOT ON or OFF by pressing
button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
ON: The screen of the corresponding channel appears
on the spot output screen when the alarm is activated.
OFF: The screen continues to display the pictures in
the mode selected previously when the alarm is
activated.
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The alarm signal continues to be output from
ALARM/REMOTE connector till the alarm is
reset. The alarm is not automatically reset.
1S-5MIN: The alarm signal is supplied from ALARM/
REMOTE connector only for the set time. The
alarm is automatically reset after the set time.
(The ALARM indicator changes from blink to
steady light.)
OFF:
The alarm signal is not supplied from ALARM/
REMOTE connector. The alarm is not automatically reset.
• Alarm Data
This is to set whether or not the alarm data received
from a camera is to be transmitted to the WV-CU360.
POLLING: Disables to transmit to the system controller
even if an alarm is activated.
AUTO1: Enables to transmit to the system controller
when an alarm is activated.
AUTO2: Enables to transmit to the system controller
when an alarm is activated. Ignores an alarm for 5
seconds after it has transmitted. Enable to transmit
an alarm after it has elapsed for 5 seconds.
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to ALARM DATA by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select the desired alarm data
mode, POLLING, AUTO1, or AUTO2, by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is AUTO2.
(2) Comp/VD2/Data Setting
COMP/VD2/DATA
CAMERA IN 1CH
COMP
S
VD2
ON
DATA
ON
ON: Multiplex sync signals (VD2) are generated by synchronizing with the signals sent to the VS/VD IN
connector. If there is no input signal, the internally
generated sync signal (VD2) is multiplexed.
OFF: Sync signal (VD2) is not multiplexed.
THRU: The sync signal (VD2) sent to the CAMERA OUT
connector is multiplexed with the video signals. If
there is no input signal, the sync signal (VD2) is not
multiplexed.
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Data Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to DATA by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select data communication ON or OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
(3) VS/VD Input
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to VS/VD INPUT by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select VS or VD by pressing
button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is VD.
(4) Daisy Mode
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to DAISY MODE by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), then select control mode ON or
OFF by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ON.
• Camera Input Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to CAMERA IN by pressing button 1
(C) or button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button,
then select the desired channel 1, 2, 3 or 4 for background picture by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is 1CH.
(5) Terminal
• Cable Compensation Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to COMP by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select the most suitable cable length by pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
S: Less than 400 m (1,300 ft)
M: 400 m (1,300 ft) to 700 m (2,300 ft)
L: 700 m (2,300 ft) to 900 m (3,000ft)
(When using RG-59U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent
cable)
The initial factory setting is S.
Note: To switch from ALARM/REMOTE IN to ALARM/
REMOTE OUT, shift the internal connector of the WJMP204 from the ALM IN connector to the ALM OUT
connector (See page 24).
The initial factory setting of ALARM/REMOTE connector
is ALM IN.
• VD2 Setting
1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to VD2 by pressing button 1 (C) or
button 2 (D), press the SUSPEND/SET button, then
select ON, OFF, or THROUGH by pressing button 3 (–)
or button 4 (+).
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1. Display the SYSTEM menu.
2. Move the cursor to TERMINAL by pressing button 1 (C)
or button 2 (D), then select ALARM or REMOTE by
pressing button 3 (–) or button 4 (+).
The initial factory setting is ALARM.
INSTALLATION
The installation described below should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
■ Mounting in the Rack
Remove the four rubber feet by removing the four screws
from the bottom of the WJ-MP204.
Rubber feet
● Mounting One WJ-MP204 with the WVQ204/1
1. Fix the mounting brackets (large and small) on both
sides of the WJ-MP204 with the eight supplied screws
(M3x8).
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
Rack mounting
bracket (large)
● Mounting two WJ-MP204s With the WVQ204/2
1. Place the joint metals on the WJ-MP204s as shown
below and fix them with the supplied screws (M3x6).
Note: Remove the two screws from the rear of each
WJ-MP204s and fasten it with the eight supplied
screws (M3x8).
Joint metal
Remove 2 screws from
the rear beforehand.
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
2. Install the WJ-MP204s with the rack
mounting brackets on the rack using
four screws (not supplied).
Cautions:
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots in the
cover to prevent the appliance from overheating.
Always keep temperature in the rack within +45°C
(113°F).
• Secure the rear of the appliance to the rack by using
additional mounting brackets (procured locally), if the
rack is subject to vibration.
• Do not use tapping screws for installing the WJ-MP204
on the rack with the rack mounting brackets.
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Mount screw
Binding head
(M3x8)
Rack mounting
bracket (small)
Mount screw
Flat head (M3x6)
Rack mounting screws
SYSTEM CONNECTION
■ BASIC SYSTEM CONNECTION (Panasonic Security Data Mode)
The Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 may be connected to cameras, video monitors, and system controller WV-CU360 as shown
in the typical connection example below. The ALARM/REMOTE connector is described later.
• Refer to the Operating Instructions for each system component for connection and operation.
Camera
1 ch
4 ch
2 ch
3 ch
IN
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
A L A R M / R E M OT E
T
G
OUT
4
3
CAMERA
2
1
OUT
SPOT
B
R
A
B
A
SIGNAL GND
OUT
VS/VD
RS485
DATA
MODE
Monitor
Termination ON
Controller No. 1
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
MODE
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
4-Line
Termination ON
Panasonic Security Data mode
360
PROGRAM
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
CAM FUNCTION
OPEN
UNIT A
B/W
UNIT
DEF
FOCUS
NEAR
UNIT B
EL-ZOOM
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
L
AUX 2
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
ALM RECALL
VTR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
R
ZOOM
WIDE
WIPER
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
Panasonic Security Data mode
System Controller WV-CU360
Video signal
RS485 signal
(Panasonic Secutiry Data mode)
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● Connecting Two or More Data Multiplex Units to System Controller WV-CU360
(Panasonic Secuarity Data Mode)
1 ch
4 ch
5 ch
2 ch
6 ch
3 ch
7 ch
VS/VD OUTPUT
VS/VD INPUT
8 ch
SPOT SW OUT
SPOT SW IN
Unit Address 2
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
G
3
CAMERA
SPOT
VS/VD
Unit Address 1
A L A R M / R E M OT E
SD
B A
RD
B A
RS485
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
A L A R M / R E M OT E
T
G
SIGNAL GND
DATA
MODE
MODE
3
CAMERA
SPOT
VS/VD
B
R
A
B
RS485
A
SIGNAL GND
DATA
MODE
4-Line
MODE Termination OFF
4-Line
Termination ON
VD OUT
Panasonic Security
Data mode
Panasonic Security
Data mode
Monitor
Termination ON
Controller No.1
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
SETUP
CAM SETUP
MONITOR
UNIT
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
360
PROGRAM
IRIS
CLOSE
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALM RESET ALM SUSPEND
CAM FUNCTION
OPEN
UNIT A
FOCUS
NEAR
B/W
DEF
EL-ZOOM
FAR
UNIT
AUTO FOCUS
UNIT B
ZOOM
L
AUX 2
STILL
UP
IRIS RESET
AUTO
ALM RECALL
VTR CAM MULTI SCREEN SELECT
WIDE
WIPER
R
TELE
DOWN
–
+
AUX 1
SEQ PAUSE
SEQUENCE
PATROL PLAY
MON
SLOW
PATROL
STOP
PATROL
LEARN
ESC
LOGOUT
CAM
HOME/PRESET
SET
PROGRAM
PRESET
Panasonic Security Data mode
System Controller WV-CU360
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Video signal
RS485 signal (controller site)
● Connecting Two or More Data Multiplex Units to Matrix Switcher WJ-SX350 (Camera
Communication Mode)
Camera 1 ch
4 ch
Camera
5 ch
2 ch
6 ch
3 ch
7 ch
8 ch
Camera communication
mode
2 Line
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204
Unit Address 1
MODE
Termination ON
IN
4
OUT
4
3
A L A R M / R E M OT E
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
T
G
3
CAMERA
SPOT
VS/VD
B
IN
4
OUT
4
3
2
1
IN
IN
2
1
OUT
OUT
A L A R M / R E M OT E
R
A
B
T
A
G
SIGNAL GND
DATA
RS485
3
CAMERA
MODE
SPOT
VS/VD
B
R
A
B
RS485
A
SIGNAL GND
DATA
MODE
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204
Unit Address 2
2-Line
MODE
Termination
OFF
Camera communication mode
VD OUT
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
CAMERA IN
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
MONITOR OUT
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
CAMERA IN
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
6
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
POWER
ON
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RS485
G B A G B A
N
N
D
D
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
UNIT
CAMERA
DATA IN
4
3
2
RS-232C
ALARM OUT 5-8
ALARM OUT 1-4
3
MONITOR OUT
5
8
SIGNAL
GND
7
ALARM IN
1
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
System Controller WV-CU
OFF
Monitor
For Multiplexer
ALT
MULTI
SCREEN
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
CAMERA SITE CONTRIL
SPOT
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
UP
FOCUS
AUTO/+
NEAR
ALL RESET
FAR
AUX 2
ALM SUSPEND
EL-ZOOM
MULTI SELECT
FUNCTION
PRE-POSI
STILL
L
HOME/-
R
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
AUX 1
DOWN
CAMERA SET
ON
OFF
SET UP
UNIT
CAM
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
AUTO
FOCUS
T/L MODE
System Controller
Notes: It may occur unstable response of the camera in a daisy-chain connection.
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Video signal
RS485 signal (camera site)
RS485 signal (controller site)
■ Alarm/Remote Connector
Alarm-related control signals and remote signals are received via this connector. The table below shows pin assignments of
the WJ-MP204.
The initial setting is ALARM INPUT.
1. Remove four screws (left x 2, right x 2)
on both sides of the WJ-MP204.
2. Remove four screws on the rear panel.
3. Slide the panel cover to the front as viewed from the
rear of the WJ-MP204.
4. Remove the connector with cable from CN703 (ALM IN)
and attach it to CN702 (ALM OUT).
Notes:
• The ALARM/REMOTE connector can be set to ALARM
or REMOTE on the system setup menu.
• Terminals 6 to 9 in the figure below are set to ALARM
INPUT (default). To use them as remote input terminals,
change the TERMINAL parameter on the System menu
to REMOTE.
A L A R M / R E M OT E
CN 702 ALM OUT
MM OUT
ALM IN
9876
GND
Pin #
543 2 1
CN703
GND
For Alarm
Input
For Remote
Input
Alarm Output
Alarm Recover Input
Alarm Reset Output
Spot SW Input
Spot SW Output
Alarm Output 1
Change to Channel 1
(Camera Site Alarm)
picture
Output
Output
1
2
3
4
5
6 (1CH)
Alarm Input 1
7 (2CH)
Alarm Input 2
Alarm Output 2
(Camera Site Alarm)
Change to Channel 2
picture
Channel 2 Tally Output
8 (3CH)
Alarm Input 3
Alarm Output 3
(Camera Site Alarm)
Change to Channel 3
picture
Channel 3 Tally Output
9 (4CH)
Alarm Input 4
Alarm Output 4
(Camera Site Alarm)
Change to Channel 4
picture
Channel 4 Tally Output
Channel 1 Tally Output
Notes: The initial setting of alarm recovery signal is 0/5 volt. In case of using Open Collector (O.C.) signal as alarm recovery
signal, set the SW704 to O.C.
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■ Connector Selection for Setup Menu Output
Under the default condition, the setup menu will be output to the devices connected to the SPOT OUT connector and CAMERA OUT connector 1 to 4. When Switch [1] of SW702 in the WJ-MP204 is set to ON, the setup menu will be output only to the
devices connected to the SPOT OUT connector. Do not change the positions of Switches 2 to 4 of SW702.
Note: Do not set the Switch [2], [3] and [4] of SW702.
O.C
0/5V
SW704
1
2
3
4
SW702
Fixed
4
3
2
1
SW702 Only displays
the Setup
menu to
SPOT OUT.
1
ON
Displays the
Setup menu to
CAMERA OUT
(1 - 4) and
SPOT OUT.
ON
OFF
OFF
■ RS485 Terminal
● Connection
Control data is transmitted and received to and from the
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX350. Use a data grade cable, double-shield, twisted pair cable, suited to the RS485. Cable
length may be extended up to 1 200 m (4 000 ft).
Connect one as shown below. Set the Dip switch SW6 to 2LINE (half duplex) or 4-LINE (full duplex).
• 4-Line (Full duplex)
T
G
T
G
B
R
A
B
B
R
A
B
A
MODE
WJ-MP204
A
Termination ON
(at the end position)
Camera communication mode
RS485
T
5
RS485
4
3
2
G
B
4-Line
(Full duplex)
R
A
B
A
SYSTEM
UNIT
1
TB TA RB RA
GND
RS485
• 2-Line (Half duplex)
T
G
● Internal Diagram
B
R
A
B
A
MODE
WJ-MP204
4
3
2
1
25
TB
T
G
B
R
A
B
SYSTEM
UNIT
RB
RA
Termination ON
(at the end position)
Camera communication mode
RS485
TA
RS485
2-Line
(Half duplex)
A
■ Connection to WV-CU360
● Basic Connection
Connect the DATA port on the Data Multiplex Unit to one of the DATA port on the System Controller with the RS-485 cable.
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204
System Controller
WV-CU360
DATA
DATA
RS-485 Cable
● Loop-Through Connection
1. Plug the branch cable (optional accessory) into the DATA port on the Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204.
2. Plug the branch cable into the DATA port on the WJ-MP204, and connect one of the DATA port on the System Controller
with the RS-485 cable.
Data Multiplex Unit
WJ-MP204
System Controller
WV-CU360
DATA
DATA
Branch
Cable
RS-485 Cable
To use cables locally purchased, they must be of the data grade: BELDEN 9406 or equivalent. The pin assignments and
data flow are shown below.
• Internal Diagram
RX (B)
1
RX (A)
TX (B)
TX (A)
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6
No.
Name
Data Flow
No.
1
GND
–
1
2
RX(B)
WJ-MP204 ← WV-CU360
2
3
RX(A)
WJ-MP204 ← WV-CU360
3
4
TX(B)
WJ-MP204 → WV-CU360
4
5
TX(A)
WJ-MP204 → WV-CU360
5
6
GND
–
6
Controller end
1
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
■ Controlling the Camera
Functions with the Data
Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204
■ Controlling the Camera
Functions with the System
Controller WV-CU360
Before starting operation, loosen the screw on the front
cover with a screwdriver.
For details, refer to the Operating Instructions for the
System Controller WV-CU360.
The System Controller WV-CU360 controls the following.
• Remote control of camera selection
• Remote control of pan/tilt head and camera housing
• Remote control of camera functions
• Alarm reset/alarm suspend
• Setup of the Data Multiplex Unit WJ-M204 and cameras
* The functions differ from one type of camera to another.
POW
ER
ON
UNIT
OFF
No.
ALAR
RM
RESE
T
SU
SET SPEND
1
2
ESC
SET
UP
3
ALAR
M
4
ALAR
SUSP M
END
Data
Multi
plex
Unit
WJMP2
04
■ Camera Selection
Select a camera number using the camera selection buttons (1/C), (2/D), (3/–) and (4/+).
1
2
3
A selected camera picture is shown.
POW
ER
ON
UNIT
OFF
No.
ALAR
RM
RESE
T
SU
SET SPEND
1
2
ESC
SET
3
4
UP
ALAR
M
ALAR
SUSP M
END
Data
Multi
plex
Unit
WJMP2
04
The Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 controls the following.
• Camera selection
• Alarm reset/suspend (See page 28.)
• Setup of the WJ-MP204
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4
ALARM CONTROL FUNCTIONS
■ Alarm Input
■ Alarm Reset
The Data Multiplex Unit processes the following alarms.
(As to setting, see page 14, 18 and 19.)
● Mode After Alarm Reset
• Camera Site Alarm
Alarm multiplexed with video signals from the camera.
• Terminal Alarm
Alarm received from the ALARM/REMOTE connector.
■ Alarm Operation
ALARM MODE set to ON on the Setup menu (See pages
14 and 18 for details.)
• Alarm indicator blinks.
• Alarm data is transmitted to the system controller and
other system units.
MONITOR SPOT set to ON on the Setup menu (See pages
14 and 18 for details.)
• The camera pictures change automatically to the spot
where the alarm is activated.
• The camera pictures change to the preset position
when the alarm is activated in Panasonic Security Data
mode.
ALARM DISPLAY set to ON on the Setup menu (See pages
14 and 18.)
• [ALARM∗∗∗] appears on the screen. [ALARM∗∗∗]
blinks in alarm ON mode.
Note: The figure shown in the place of [∗∗∗] after the
word ALARM is a channel number.
• The camera picture remains as it is until the alarm is
reset.
• [ALARM∗∗∗] disappears. The figure shown in the place
of [∗∗∗] after the word ALARM is a camera number.
• Alarm signal output stops.
• The alarm indicator stops blinking.
• Reset signal is supplied from the alarm reset output.
● Manual Reset
The following are the steps to reset the alarm.
• Press the ALARM RESET button on the System
Controller WV-CU360. (in Panasonic Security Data
mode only)
• Press the ALARM RESET button on the WJ-MP204.
• Signal is sent to the alarm recover input connector.
• Alarm reset command is sent to the RS-485 terminal (in
camera communication mode only).
● Auto Reset
An alarm is automatically reset when the programmed
alarm output time is over. The alarm indicator changes from
blinking to steady light (See pages 14 and 18).
Note: To go the alarm indicator off, take any one of the
steps for manual reset.
■ Alarm Suspend
Alarms will be ignored when the ALARM/SUSPEND button
is pressed. The alarm suspension mode is reset when the
ALARM/SUSPEND button is pressed again. The alarm suspend indicator remains lighted during alarm suspend
mode.
ALARM 001
ALARM OUTPUT set to EXT or 1S-5MIN on the Setup menu
(See pages 14 and 18.)
• Alarm signal is supplied from the alarm output connector. This permits controlling external devices in case of
an alarm.
• Camera site alarm is available to each channel.
Each alarm signal can be supplied independently from
ALARM/REMOTE connector by shifting the internal connector.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source
Power Consumption
Camera Input
Spot Input
VS/VD Input
Camera Output
Spot Output
VS/VD Output
Data Communication Standard
: 220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz
:7W
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x 4
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x 1
: VS (1 V[p-p]/75 Ω), VD (4 V[p-p]/75 Ω) x1
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω (Looped through) x4
: 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω x1 (Changeable Output from camera input, or Spot input)
: VS/VD IN (Looped through), or internal VD (4 V[p-p]/75 Ω) x 1
: Based on RS485 (4-Line/2-Line*1)
Modular Jack x 1, or 5 pins terminal x 1*2
: 4 (Alarm Output/Remote Input/Remote Output selectable)*3
: 1 (O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])
: 1 (No Voltage Contact)
: 1 (0/5 ↔ O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])*4
: 1 (No Voltage Contact)
: 1 (O.C. [16 V, 100 mA])
: 1 - 8 (Setting by Unit Switch) 9-99 (Setting by Setup menu)
: Selection Camera
Alarm (Data/Display/Reset/Suspend)
Setup
Camera, Lens, Housing, PAN/TILT, External device control
: –10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F )
: Less than 90 %
: 210 (W) x 44 (H) x 350 (D) mm
[8-9/16”(W) x1-3/4”(H) x13 3/4”(D)]
: 2.6 kg (5.72 lbs.)
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Alarm Recover Input
Alarm Reset Output
Spot Switching Input
Alarm Switching Output
Unit address
Operating for System
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ambient Operating Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
*1
*2
*3
*4
Selectable using the mode switch
Valid in communication mode
Selectable using the Setup menu and internal connector
Selectable using an internal switch
Dimensions and weight are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORY
Switch Protector ....................................................................... 1 pc.
ALL RESET
The Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 can be reset to the default settings as follows:
1. Press the power switch to reset it to the OFF position.
2. Press the power switch down to the ON position while pressing the camera selection buttons 2, 3, and 4.
3. Continue to press the camera selection button approximately 3 seconds after press the power switch down to the ON.
4. When all indicators light up, resetting is completed.
1
2
3
Press
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APPENDIX
■ Operation of Data Multiplex Unit WJ-MP204 versus Operation of System
Controller WV-CU360
The functions that can be controlled from both the WJ-MP204 and WV-CU360 in the way of their operation are summarized in
the table below.
Function
Camera
Selection
WJ-MP204
WV-CU360
Press
Enter camera numbers by
pressing numeric buttons.
CAM
1
2
3
4
And Press
SET
Press
Alarm Reset
Press
ALM RESET
ALARM
RESET
ALM RECALL
Press
ALARM
Alarm Suspend
SUSPEND
SET
Press
Alarm Suspend
Reset
30
ALARM
SUSPEND
SET
Press
ALM SUSPEND
Press
ALM SUSPEND
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N1299-2060
2000 © Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved
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