1996R MegaPower II CPU Install/Operation

1996R MegaPower II CPU Install/Operation
Model 1996R
MegaPower II
Central Processing Unit
Installation and Operating Instructions
This manual describes the installation, setup, and operating procedures for the American Dynamics model 1996R MegaPower II
Central Processing Unit. The 1996R CPU is the Central Processing Unit for the 2050 MegaPower II Matrix Switching and
Control System, a CCTV surveillance system having multiple video inputs, outputs, and control stations. The 1996R CPU is
capable of controlling a maximum of 1,024 video input sources and 128 video outputs from 40 keyboards. A menu-driven
program is provided by the 1996R for all system setup functions. Non-menu setup of on-screen display arrangement, system date
and time, alarm arming/disarming, camera presets, and individual Monitor Tours is also provided.
This software/firmware is confidential to and is copyrighted by SENSORMATIC ELECTRONICS CORPORATION. It is not to
be copied or disclosed in any manner without the express written consent of SENSORMATIC. The software is furnished to the
purchaser under a license for use on a single system.
NOTE: Information furnished by SENSORMATIC is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed
by SENSORMATIC for its use; nor for any infringements of other rights of third parties which may result from its use. No
license is granted by implications or otherwise under any patent or patent rights of SENSORMATIC.
Copyright 1997 by SENSORMATIC. All rights reserved.
AMERICAN
DYNAMICS
The installation of this product should be made by qualified
service personnel and should conform to all local codes.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the
product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
!
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVERS (OR BACK) .
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
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!
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alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
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not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Unpack carefully. This is an electronic product and should
be handled as such. Compare the items received with the
packing list with your order.
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules.
Be sure to save:
1. The shipping cartons and insert pieces. They are the
safest material in which to make future shipments of
the product.
2. The IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS sheet.
3. These Installation and Operating Instructions.
Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: 1. This
device may not cause harmful
interference, and 2. This device
must accept any interference
received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
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MAINTENANCE
User maintenance of this unit is limited to external cleaning
and inspection. For specific recommendations refer to the
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS sheet packaged with this product.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE
If you require information during installation of this
product or if service seems necessary, contact the
Sensormatic Repair and Service Department at (800)
442-2225. You must obtain a Return Authorization Number
and shipping instructions before returning any product for
service.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or
other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
QA301D
CONTENTS
Page
1996R CPU DESCRIPTION ................................................................ 1
System Features .............................................................................. 1
INSTALLATION............................................................................... 1-1
Power Sources ............................................................................. 1-2
Mounting ..................................................................................... 1-2
1985A Standby Switch ................................................................ 1-2
External Interfaces....................................................................... 1-2
Connections ................................................................................. 1-3
Data Line ............................................................................... 1-3
Programming Monitor ........................................................... 1-3
Control Ports.......................................................................... 1-3
RS-232 Connections .............................................................. 1-4
Powering Up ................................................................................ 1-5
Powering the CPU ................................................................. 1-5
CPU Reset...............................................................................1-5
System Operation ........................................................................ 1-6
System Keyboards ....................................................................... 1-6
KEYBOARD CONTROL ................................................................. 2-1
Keyboard Passcode Entry............................................................ 2-2
Keyboard Video Selection ........................................................... 2-2
Calling a Monitor to a Keyboard........................................... 2-2
Calling a Camera to the Monitor under Control.................... 2-2
Controlling Camera Site Functions ............................................. 2-3
Camera View Control ........................................................... 2-3
Calling a Preset Camera Scene.............................................. 2-3
Activating an Auxiliary ........................................................ 2-3
Running a Tour ............................................................................ 2-4
Calling a System Salvo................................................................ 2-4
Acknowledging an Alarm............................................................ 2-4
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING ...................................................... 3-1
System Reset ............................................................................... 3-2
Setting the Day of the Week ........................................................ 3-2
Setting Date Format..................................................................... 3-2
Monitor Display Arrangement..................................................... 3-2
Programming Preset Scenes ........................................................ 3-3
Camera Lockout .......................................................................... 3-3
Camera Video Loss Detection ..................................................... 3-3
Monitor Tour Programming......................................................... 3-4
Arming Monitors ......................................................................... 3-5
Monitor Arming Codes.......................................................... 3-5
Arming Alarm Contacts to Monitors........................................... 3-6
Audio Alarm Programming ......................................................... 3-6
CONTENTS
Page
MENU PROGRAMMING ................................................................ 4-1
Main Selection Menu................................................................... 4-2
Cursor Positioning/Paging........................................................... 4-3
System Menus.............................................................................. 4-3
Set Time and Date ................................................................. 4-4
Set System Tours ................................................................... 4-5
Set System Salvos.................................................................. 4-8
Set Event Timers.................................................................. 4-10
Set Alarm Contacts.............................................................. 4-12
Monitor Status ..................................................................... 4-15
Monitor Menu............................................................................ 4-16
Camera Menus........................................................................... 4-18
Pseudo.................................................................................. 4-18
Camera Title ........................................................................ 4-19
Port Menu .................................................................................. 4-20
Access Menus ............................................................................ 4-22
Keyboard/Monitor ............................................................... 4-22
Keyboard/Camera View ...................................................... 4-23
Keyboard/Camera Control................................................... 4-24
Monitor/Camera Access ...................................................... 4-25
Monitor/Contact Access ...................................................... 4-26
Priority Menus ........................................................................... 4-27
User Identification ............................................................... 4-27
Set Keyboard ....................................................................... 4-28
Set User................................................................................ 4-28
Set Priority Level................................................................. 4-29
APPENDIX
Alarms......................................................................................... A-3
Programming Overview........................................................ A-3
Alarm Receipt................................................................. A-3
Arming and Response..................................................... A-3
Display Indicators........................................................... A-3
Audio Indicators ............................................................. A-3
Print Messages ................................................................ A-3
Monitor Arming Code .......................................................... A-4
Alarm Arming Notes ............................................................ A-5
Arming Codes - Arm Types.................................................. A-6
On-Screen Status Line Displays ................................................. A-8
American Dynamics Keyboards ................................................. A-9
Computer Control ..................................................................... A-10
Keyboard Auxiliary Key Functions.......................................... A-11
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................. back page
1996R CPU DESCRIPTION
DATA
POWER
AD
MEGA POWER I I
WXYZ
FEDC
BA98
7654
3210
SYSTEM CPU
Figure 1 - 1996R CPU
1996R CPU DESCRIPTION
The 1996R CPU is the Central Processing Unit for the 2050
MegaPower II Matrix Switching and Control System. The
2050 MegaPower II is a CCTV surveillance system having
multiple video inputs, multiple video outputs, and multiple
control stations. The 1996R CPU is capable of controlling a
maximum of 1024 video input sources such as cameras and
video multiplexers and a maximum of 128 video outputs such
as monitors and video tape recorders.
System Salvos: A System Salvo is a group of cameras that
can be switched simultaneously to a contiguous group of
monitors. Sixty-four System Salvos can be programmed for
operator or automatic callup to any set of monitors. A
maximum of sixteen cameras may be included in each System
Salvo, with an optional preset scene and auxiliary action for
each camera.
Alarm Response: Cameras can be automatically switched to
specified monitors based on external alarm signals called
Alarm Contacts. A maximum of 1024 alarm contacts can be
programmed for automatic response. Camera inputs and
monitor outputs are individually armed for alarm response.
The 1996R Central Processing Unit controls all video
switching and alarm response in the 2050 MegaPower II
System and provides programming menus for 2050 system
setup. This manual describes the installation, setup
programming, and operating procedures of the 1996R CPU.
Camera Alarm Programming: Individual alarm contacts
can be programmed for callup of a specific camera or
camera salvo on receipt of alarm, including a dwell time,
preset camera scene, and auxiliary action for each camera.
SYSTEM FEATURES
Monitor Alarm Programming: Individual alarm contacts
can be armed for display (of the associated cameras) on
specified monitors on receipt of alarm. Different alarm
display and clearance modes may be programmed for each
monitor. Alarm contact association can be changed
dynamically by programmable timed Events.
Video Switching Control: The 1996R CPU controls video
switching of all cameras to all monitors in the 2050 system.
Switching is performed in response to operator keyboard
request or by automatic action via Tours, System Salvos,
Alarm Response, or Timed Events.
Tours: A Tour is an automatic sequence of camera inputs
displayed on one monitor. Each camera is displayed for a set
period of time (the “Dwell Time”). A Tour can include the
same camera multiple times, and is reversible. Tours are
identified in the 1996R as Monitor or System Tours.
(Refer to the Appendix, pages A-3 to A-7, for an overview of
Alarm Programming and the various menus and functions
provided in the 1996R CPU for setting alarm response.)
Timed Events: A maximum of 35 user-programmable time
slots, called Events, can be programmed. Each Event can be
programmed for automatic callup of System Tours and Alarm
Contact Tables on different days of the week, week after week.
Monitor Tours (“Scratch Pad Tour”): A Monitor Tour is
a temporary sequence of cameras which is programmed for
an individual monitor via keyboard only. A Monitor tour
may contain 64 cameras, with a dwell time for each camera.
System Tour callup: Each Event provides automatic
callup of any System Tour to any monitor at a specific time
of day and day of the week.
System Tours: A System Tour is a pre-programmed tour
that is defined via 1996R setup menus. Sixty-four separate
System Tours can be programmed for callup, by operator or
automatic timed Event, to any monitor at any time. Each
tour may contain 64 cameras, with a dwell time, preset
camera scene, and auxiliary action for each camera.
Alarm Contact Table callup: Each Event can call any of
five Alarm Contact Tables at a specified time of day, to
define a different association of alarm contacts to monitors.
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SYSTEM FEATURES
System Status Display: The current camera-to-monitor
switching assignments can be displayed by operator request.
This display includes the current status of each monitor,
identification of System Tours operating, and the current video
loss status of each camera input (if the system is equipped with
an optional Video Loss Detection module).
System Security: Several security measures are provided by
1996R programming to restrict user access to the system and
access to specific resources of the system.
Passcode Log On/Log Off : Passcode entry is provided to
allow only authorized personnel to operate the system.
Once passcode entry is enabled, the user must have a user
number and a 6-digit passcode to gain control of the system
through a keyboard. The passcode entry system allows a
maximum of 64 users with separate passcodes.
Video Loss Detection: When equipped with the optional
Video Loss Detector module, the system can detect the
presence or loss of a video signal for each camera input.
The sync or video signal level at which a loss of video is
detected is user-selectable.
Partitioning: Programmable partitioning is provided for
restricting access to specific system resources.
Keyboard/Monitor Access: Prevents selected
keyboards from accessing selected monitors.
Input Identification: The 1996R provides on-screen
identification of all video inputs. On-screen identification
includes the current date and time, the camera input number,
input status, and a programmable 16-character camera title.
Monitor/Camera Access: Prevents selected monitors
from displaying video from selected cameras.
User-Assigned Camera Numbers: Camera numbers can
be reprogrammed to match individual installation needs.
Any camera input can be assigned a user-defined (Pseudo)
camera number, 1-9999.
Keyboard/Camera View Access: Prevents selected
keyboards from calling up selected cameras for viewing.
Keyboard/Camera Control Access: Prevents selected
keyboards from controlling functions on selected
cameras (e.g., Pan/Tilt/Lens/Auxiliaries).
Selectable Date/Time Display: The system's date format
can be programmed as MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY, or
YY/MM/DD. Time is displayed in a 24-hour format.
Monitor/Contact Arming Table: Provides selectable
tables for defining which alarm contacts are armed for
each monitor. Five Monitor/Contact Arming Tables can
be defined for Event Timer callup at any time of day.
Status Line: The on-screen Status Line shows current
information (alarms, dwell times, etc.) about the camera
being viewed. A list of the different Status Line displays is
provided in the Appendix, page A-8.
Priority Access: Eight priority levels, assigned to
keyboards and users, permit capture of cameras by higher
priority users and lockout of lower priority users. Each
priority level is programmable for specific access
restrictions.
External Control Inputs: Ten data ports on the 1996R CPU
allow system control inputs via keyboards, computers, or other
RS-232 compatible devices. Each port can also be configured
for printer alarm outputs, and for upload/download of system
setup data. Each port can be expanded, using the 1981 Port
Expander, to provide a total of forty RS-232 connections.
Menu-Driven Setup: On-screen menus are provided for
simplified system setup and programming. The 1996R menu
display can be directed to a separate monitor or connected back
to the system for display on any system monitor.
System Control Outputs: Data Line output ports are
provided to transmit switching and control instructions to the
2050 system bays and to other 2050 system control units.
Memory Retention: User-programmed data is stored in
memory and is battery-backed for a minimum of five years.
The data stored includes date/time, input identification, system
tours, system salvos, event timers, port configurations, system
partitioning, and alarm programming information.
Camera Site Control: The 1996R Data Line ports provide
control information for camera site Receivers for control of
fixed or variable speed pan/tilts, motorized lens, auxiliaries,
and stored presets at suitably equipped sites. The 2091
Code Generator is used to convert this data to Control Code
or RS-232 code for American Dynamics Receivers.
PC Applications Program: An optional PC-based setup
software package, 2050SW13, is available. 2050 system setup
data can be uploaded and downloaded from a separate
computer via this software. The 2050SW13 software package
provides entry and storage of all system setup information.
Switcher Follower Action: When equipped with the
optional 2031 Switcher Follower units, the system can be
used to switch audio circuits, activate graphic display
boards, etc., for assistance in system control.
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System Installation
This section of the manual describes the system installation, connection,
and powering up procedures for the 2050 MegaPower II 1996R CPU.
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Power Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
1985A Standby Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
External Control Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Data Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Programming Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Control Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
RS-232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
POWERING UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
Powering the 1996R CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
CPU Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Operating System Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
SYSTEM OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
System Keyboards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6
Keyboard Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Non-menu Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Menu Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
1-1
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
This installation should be made by qualified service personnel
and should conform to all local codes. Safeguards must be
taken to avoid unintentional operation by employees and
personnel working about the premises, by falling objects, by
customers, by building vibration, and by similar causes.
Power Sources
The AD1996R CPU is configured for use with a 120 VAC, 60
Hz primary power source. The ADS1996RX is configured for
a 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz power source. The 120 VAC units are
supplied with a pendant 3-wire cord and plug for mating to the
primary source outlet. The 230 VAC units are supplied with a
Euro style IEC 320 type inlet. A suitable detachable cord
should be connected between the IEC 320 inlet and the power
source. The cord should conform to all national and local use
code requirements.
Note: An external computer (PC) can be connected to the
1996R CPU to up/download setup data. If a 1985A is used,
during up/download operations the PC must be connected
separately to each 1996R CPU, by-passing the 1985A.
External Control Interfaces
Ten RS-232 control ports are provided on the 1996R CPU (see
Connections, page 1-3). Each port can be configured for
control inputs from keyboards, external computers, or alarm
interface units, or for uploading or downloading data from an
external PC, or for printing alarm events. Several American
Dynamics keyboards are available for connection to the 1996R
CPU control ports. Executive model keyboards without
pan/tilt and lens controls are also available.
• 2078 - A full-function system operation and programming
keyboard with pushbutton lens control and vector solving
joystick for pan/tilt movement. It is available as a desktop or
rack mount unit.
DO NOT PHYSICALLY CONNECT EQUIPMENT TO
THE POWER SOURCE UNTIL 'POWER UP'
PROCEDURES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED (page 1-5).
• 1678CM - A full-function system operation and
programming keyboard with pushbutton lens control and
vector solving joystick for pan/tilt movement. It is available
as a desktop or rack mount unit.
NOTE: THE SOCKET OUTLET SHALL BE LOCATED
NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE READILY
ACCESSIBLE.
• 1677 - An operator desktop or rack mounted model with
pushbutton lens and pan/tilt control.
Mounting
• 1676B - An operator 5-monitor keyboard (desktop only)
with pushbutton lens control and joystick for pan/tilt
movement.
The 1996R CPU is designed for installation into a standard 19inch EIA rack. The 1996R unit has a height of one rack unit
(1-3/4 inches, see Figure 1-1). 1996R units must be installed
with a minimum of one rack unit clearance between each unit
(1-3/4 inch). It is the responsibility of the installer to insure
proper airflow around the units to provide adequate ventilation.
Each keyboard uses a separate RS-232 port connection. Model
1981 Port Expanders can be used to connect four keyboards to
each 1996R CPU RS-232 port, to provide a maximum of 40
keyboards for control of the 2050 system.
1985A Standby Switch
Two 1996R CPU’s can be used with a Model 1985A Standby
Switch, where one 1996R is the primary controlling CPU and
the other is the backup CPU, operating in standby. All
keyboard and control interfaces are connected through the
1985A unit. Refer to the 1985A Installation Manual for
installation instructions. A typical connection of two 1996R
CPU’s with a 1985A is illustrated in the Appendix.
Model 2096 Alarm Interface Units and 2010DBVL Video Loss
Detection Buffer Modules can be connected to the control
ports to provide alarm or video loss event inputs to the 1996R
CPU. A control port can be configured to send output
messages to a serial RS-232 printer for all such events.
An external computer can be connected to a RS-232 port for
transmission of the ASCII-coded commands for 1996R system
control (see Appendix, page A-10), or for uploading or
downloading system setup information using the optional, PCbased, 2050SW13 software.
DATA
POWER
1.75
inches
AD
MEGA POWER I I
WXYZ
FEDC
BA98
7654
3210
19 inches
Figure 1-1 - 1996R CPU Mounting Dimensions
1-2
SYSTEM CPU
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
DATA LINE
PROG MON
PORTS
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
120V
60Hz
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
10
Figure 1-2 - 1996R Rear Panel
CONNECTIONS
Programming Monitor Connection
All connections to the 1996R CPU are made on the rear panel
of the unit, illustrated in Figure 1-2.
Data Line Connections
Two data line outputs on the rear panel of the 1996R CPU,
labeled DATA LINE 1 and 2, are provided to transmit
switching and control instructions to the 2050 system bays.
• DATA LINE 1 is used to control video switching for a
maximum of 1024 video inputs to video outputs 1 to 64.
• DATA LINE 2 is used to control video switching for a
maximum of 1024 video inputs to video outputs 65 to 128.
Data Lines are looped through the input and the output
switching bays of the 1900 Series MegaPower, or 2050 Series
MegaPower II Matrix Switching Bays. Refer to the
Installation Manual for the appropriate Switching Bays for
instructions and illustrations of interconnection of these units.
The Data Line 1 output also provides control information for
camera site Receivers to control pan/tilts, motorized lenses,
auxiliaries, and presets at the site. The 2091 Code Generator
can be used to convert this data to Control Code or RS-232
code for control of American Dynamics Receivers. Data Lines
are looped through the 2091 units in a similar manner as the
2050 switching bays.
Use 75-ohm video cable with BNC connectors for all data line
connections. The last bay or unit in both chains must be
terminated in 75 ohms at the Data Line Out connector (use a
75-ohm terminator).
See the Appendix for typical connections from the 1996R CPU
to the 2050 Switching Bay and 2091 Code Generator.
!
NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT PORTS 1-10 TO
TELEPHONE CIRCUITS.
All the features of the 2050 system are programmable through
on-screen menus generated by the 1996R CPU. The menus are
displayed via a separate video output BNC, labeled PROG
MON, located on the rear of the 1996R CPU. This video
output may be connected to a separate monitor or connected
back into the video switching system for display on any system
monitor.
Use 75-ohm video cable with BNC connectors. The PROG
MON video output line must be terminated in 75 ohms.
Control Port Connections
Ten 8-pin, modular RJ45 control ports, labeled PORTS 1
through 10, are provided on the rear panel of the 1996R for all
RS-232 control communications. See RS-232 Connections,
page 1-4, for connections to these 1996R control ports.
Each of the ten control ports may be programmed for a specific
use (such as keyboard, alarm, video loss, printer, or terminal)
via the Ports Menu, page 4-20.
• The 1996R CPU receives control and alarm inputs from
keyboards, external computers, alarm interface units, or
video loss detection modules via the control ports.
• The 1996R CPU can transmit ASCII-coded, printable
messages to a serial, RS-232 printer via one control port.
• System setup data can be uploaded and/or downloaded via
an RS-232 control port using the optional PC-based
software package, 2050SW13.
Each port is configured to receive ASCII commands via RS232 protocol and is programmable for baud rate, number of
data bits, number of stop bits, and parity. As shipped, all
1996R control ports are configured for Keyboard operation at
1200 baud rate, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no parity.
Each port may be interfaced to four control sources using 1981
Port Expanders.
1-3
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
PIN 4
RS-232C Connections
One 8-pin Terminal Box (part number HP0047, see Figure 1-3)
and one 7-foot modular cable (part number JJ0007) is supplied
for each 1996R CPU control port for RS-232 connections.
PIN 3
A compatible RS-232 device (such as the 2096 Alarm
Interface Unit or 1985A Standby Switch) can be connected
directly to a 1996R CPU control port using the supplied
modular cable (JJ0007) if the connection distance between the
1996R and the device is less than seven feet.
PIN 2
PIN 1
Note: American Dynamics keyboards cannot be connected
directly to a control port using the JJ0007 cable. AD
keyboards are supplied with a separate power supply and
a Terminal Box for RS-232 connections.
If the connection distance exceeds seven feet, or if the
connection is to a keyboard, the RS-232 device is connected to
a 1996R control port using the supplied 8-pin Terminal Box
(HP0047, Figure 1-3). The Terminal Box is connected to a
1996R CPU control port with the supplied JJ0007 cable.
The pin definitions for the HP0047 Terminal Box are provided
in the following table.
Terminal
Box
Signal
No Connection
Shield
No Connection
Receive Data
Transmit Data
No Connection
Ground
No Connection
Box
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Box
Wire
Color
Blue
Orange
Black
Red
Green
Yellow
Brown
Gray
PIN 5
PIN 6
PIN 7
PIN 8
Figure 1-3 - 8-Pin Modular Terminal Box HP0047
Terminal Box Wiring:
For proper RS-232 communication, both the pin definitions
and the DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) or DCE (Data
Control Equipment) configuration of each connected RS-232
device must be observed. All American Dynamics equipment,
including the 1996R CPU, are configured as DTE devices.
For DTE-to-DTE communications between an RS-232 device
and a 1996R CPU control port Terminal Box:
RS-232
Signal
Code
NC
NC
NC
RCD
XMIT
NC
GND
NC
• Connect the Transmit (XMIT) pin of the RS-232 device to
the Receive (RCD) pin of the 1996R port Terminal Box.
• Connect the Receive (RCD) pin of the RS-232 device to
the Transmit (XMIT) pin of the 1996R port Terminal Box.
• Connect the Ground (GND) of the RS-232 device to the
Ground (GND) pin of the 1996R port Terminal Box.
RS-232 cable shield connections are made at the connectors or
Terminal Boxes attached to the 1996R controller only.
The maximum cable length between the 1996R Terminal Box
and any external device is 1000 ft. (330 m) using 18-AWG,
shielded cable (Belden 8770 or equivalent). Where the
connection distance between the 1996R CPU and the RS-232
device is over 1000 feet, RS-232 connections require a link
using either asynchronous line drivers over dedicated cables,
short-haul modems over dedicated phone lines, or dial-up
modems over conventional telephone lines.
Consult the installation manual of the RS-232 device for its pin
and signal definitions.
Refer to the Appendix for illustrations of typical RS-232
connections between the 1996R CPU and American Dynamics
keyboards and other RS-232 devices.
1-4
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
POWERING UP
Power up the 2050 system after the following has been
completed:
• The first group of DATA LEDs to the right of the POWER
display indicate CPU operating status. These four LEDs
(“F”, “E”, “D”, “C”) display a count of zero through nine, in
binary, at a rate of one count per second. Proper counting
indicates proper operation of the CPU.
• The 1996R CPU has been installed.
• The 2050 Matrix Switching Bays have been installed (refer
to 2050 Switching Bays Installation Manual, OP2050).
• The three groups of DATA LEDs on the right (“B” through
“0”) display CPU error codes. If any of these LEDs are
steadily illuminated, the system must be serviced.
• The Data Lines from the 1996R CPU are properly
connected (to Switching Bays, Code Generators, etc.).
• The RS-232 control lines from the 1996R CPU are properly
connected (to Alarm Interface Units, Keyboards, etc.).
CPU Reset
• At least one camera has been connected for video input.
Problems indicated by LEDs not operating as described above
may be resolved by performing a CPU Reset. CPU Reset is a
non-volatile system reset which affects the system hardware
only - no programming setups are lost.
• At least one monitor has been connected for viewing video
output.
• All video and data lines have been properly terminated.
• At least one keyboard, or external computer, has been
connected to the 1996R CPU for system control.
Apply power to the equipment one bay at a time, ending with
the 1996R CPU. Refer to the installation manuals for each unit
for any requirements or restrictions on powering up that unit.
To reset the CPU, press the RESET button on the front panel
and hold for a minimum of three seconds. The RESET button
is recessed inside the front panel hole to the left of the POWER
LEDs (see Figure 1-4).
If the CPU still does not properly operate, contact American
Dynamics for further assistance (see notice on below).
Powering the 1996R CPU
Operating System Verification
Connect the 1996R CPU line cord to the required power source
(see Power Sources, page 1-2). There is no power switch on
the 1996R, power is applied to the CPU when the line cord is
connected to the power source.
Five groups of green LEDs on the 1996R front panel (see
Figure 1-4, below) indicate CPU operating status.
• The POWER LEDs (the left-most group of four LEDs)
display power status (WXYZ = +5, -5, +9, and -9 VDC
respectively). All of these LEDs should illuminate when the
system is operating properly.
RESET Button
When calling American Dynamics for assistance, the revision
level of the 1996R CPU software may require verification. To
verify the 1996R operating system software, enter “70” on the
keyboard, then press the “F2” button.
NOTE: The keyboard keyswitch must be in the Program
(PROG) position for this function.
In response, a five-digit code, “UF3M n ”, is shown in the
Status Line of the on-screen display (Figure 2-1, page 2-3).
The last digit of this display code is a number which identifies
the revision level of the 1996R CPU Operating System.
POWER LEDs
POWER
AD
MEGA POWER I I
WXYZ
DATA
FEDC
BA98
7654
CPU Operating Status LEDs
3210
SYSTEM CPU
System Error Codes LEDs
Figure 1-4 - 1996R Front Panel LEDs
1-5
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
SYSTEM OPERATION
Keyboard Control (Section 2)
The 1996R Central Processing Module controls the 2050
MegaPower II Matrix Switching System bays and provides the
programming menus for 2050 system setup. Several levels of
2050 system operating capabilities are provided through the
keyboards connected to the 1996R CPU.
Standard 2050 system operating capabilities are provided from
any American Dynamics keyboard. These system operations
are “monitor oriented” in that a keyboard controls only those
functions associated with the monitor and camera under
control of the keyboard. Keyboard control functions are:
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System Keyboards
All 2050 system setup and control functions are accessible
through AD keyboards. For security purposes, certain
keyboards have restricted setup capabilities. Refer to the
appropriate keyboard installation manual and to the Appendix,
page A-9, American Dynamics Keyboards.
Video Selection - Monitor and Camera
Controlling Site Camera (P/T/L)
Activating Presets and Auxiliaries
Running Tours
Calling Salvos
Acknowledging Alarms
Non-Menu Programming (Section 3)
Several keyboards are available for use with the 1996R.
• 2078 - A full-function system operation and programming
keyboard with pushbutton lens control and vector solving
joystick for pan/tilt movement.
Non-menu programming is provided for many 2050 system
setup functions. As a security feature, the 1678CM and 2078
keyboards have a keyswitch for disabling these non-menu
system setup functions. Non-menu setup functions are:
• 1678CM - A full-function system operation and
programming keyboard with pushbutton lens control and
vector solving joystick for pan/tilt movement.
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• 1677 - An operator keyboard with pushbutton lens and
pan/tilt control.
• 1676B - An operator 5-monitor keyboard with pushbutton
lens control and joystick for pan/tilt movement.
As a security feature, 2078 and 1678CM keyboards have a
keyswitch for disabling all system setup functions. When the
keyboard security key is in the vertical position (or has been
removed when in this position), no system setup functions are
accessible from that keyboard. The video switching and
control functions are still enabled in this position.
Ten modular ports are provided on the rear of the 1996R
module (see Connections, page 1-3). These ports are for
system control inputs from keyboards, external computers, or
alarm interface units. Each keyboard uses one RS-232 port for
connection to the 1996R. Four keyboards may be connected to
a single port using a 1981 Port Expander.
An external computer can be connected to an RS-232 port for
system control inputs. Video switching and control functions
are provided, but setup programming capabilities are not
accessible from a computer control interface. Refer to the
Appendix, page A-10, for description of the Computer Control
capabilities.
System Reset
Programming Preset Scenes
On-screen Display Arrangement
Setting Date and Time
Setting Camera Video Loss Detection
Monitor Tour Programming
Alarm Programming
Menu Programming (Section 4)
Menu-driven programming is provided for most 2050 system
setup functions. Setup security is provided by a keyswitch on
the 1678CM and 2078 keyboards which controls access to the
programming menus. Menu setup programming functions are:
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Setting Time and Date
Programming System Tours and Salvos
Programming Event Timers
Programming Alarm Contact Tables
Establishing Status and Arming of Monitors
Assigning Pseudo Camera Numbers
Assigning Camera Titles
Establishing RS-232 Ports usage
Establishing Keyboard, Monitor, and Camera Access
Establishing User and Keyboard Priorities
IF YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS
OPERATING THIS UNIT, OR NEED ASSISTANCE,
CALL OUR TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER:
within the United States: 1-800-442-2225
outside the United States: (914) 624-7640
1-6
Keyboard Control
This section of the manual describes the standard 2050 system operating
capabilities that are provided from any American Dynamics keyboard.
These system operations are “monitor oriented” in that a keyboard
controls only those functions associated with the monitor and camera
under control of the keyboard.
Keyboard Passcode Entry............................................................ 2-2
Passcode Logon ..................................................................... 2-2
Passcode Logoff .................................................................... 2-2
Keyboard Video Selection ........................................................... 2-2
Calling a Monitor to a Keyboard........................................... 2-2
Calling a Camera to the Monitor under Control.................... 2-2
Controlling Camera Site Functions ............................................. 2-3
Camera View Control ........................................................... 2-3
Calling a Preset Camera Scene.............................................. 2-3
Activating an Auxiliary ........................................................ 2-3
Running a Tour ............................................................................ 2-4
Calling a System Salvo................................................................ 2-4
Acknowledging an Alarm............................................................ 2-4
2-1
KEYBOARD CONTROL
KEYBOARD CONTROL
Keyboard Video Selection
Keyboard Passcode Entry
Passcode entry is used as a security procedure to allow only
authorized personnel to operate the system. When USER IDS
is enabled (see User Identification, page 4-27), 1676 and 1677
keyboards are logged off and cannot access the system. In this
situation the user must have a user number and a passcode to
gain control of the system through a 1678CM or 2078
keyboard. The passcode entry system allows a maximum of
64 users with a separate passcode for each user (see SET
USER menu, page 4-28).
System video control functions are accessed from a keyboard
by first placing one of the system monitors under the control of
the keyboard (“Calling” a monitor to a keyboard) and then
“Calling” cameras in the system to that monitor.
To “Call” a Monitor to a Keyboard:
1. Press the keyboard CLEAR button to clear the ENTER
display. (A number in the ENTER display indicates that
some action has been initiated but not completed.)
2. Enter the number of the desired monitor on the keypad.
When a 1768CM or 2078 keyboard is initialized and USER
IDS is enabled, the keyboard displays the letters “UC”
(Usercode) in the CAMERA display. This indicates that the
user must log on to the system before gaining access to any
keyboard setup or operating functions.
3. Press the keyboard MONITOR button. The number of the
MONITOR NOW UNDER CONTROL of the keyboard is
displayed in the MONITOR display.
To “Call” a Camera to the Monitor under Control:
1. Press the CLEAR button to clear the ENTER display.
Passcode Logon
When the keyboard is initialized and USER IDS is enabled, the
keyboard displays the letters “UC” (Usercode) in the
CAMERA display section. This indicates that the user must
logon with the passcode entry procedure.
2. Enter the number of the desired camera on the keypad. (A
video source must be connected to this input.)
3. Press the CAMERA button on the keyboard. The number
of the CAMERA NOW ON THE MONITOR UNDER
CONTROL is displayed in the CAMERA display.
To log on:
When a camera is called to a monitor, the picture incorporates
the system on-screen display, as shown in Figure 2-1, page 2-3.
1. Enter the user number (1-64) on the keypad.
2. Press the ACK button on the keyboard. The system then
prompts for the passcode by displaying “PSC” on the
keyboard CAMERA display.
The Camera Number identifies the camera being viewed;
this value is either the Real camera number, or the Pseudo
number if one is assigned (see Camera menu, page 4-18).
3. Enter the user's passcode, a maximum of six digits.
The 16-character, 2-line Camera Title is blank until a title
is entered for the camera (see Camera menu, page 4-19).
(The default passcode for user #1 is 914365.)
The Date and Time lines show the current date and time
(see Time and Date menu, page 4-4).
4. Press the ACK button on the keyboard.
5. If an incorrect passcode is entered, a tone is sounded (if
sound is enabled) and “UC” is displayed again. Press the
CLEAR button and repeat steps 1 through 4.
6. If the passcode verifies, dashes are displayed on the
keyboard MONITOR and CAMERA displays (-- ---). This
confirms that the keyboard is connected to the system and
that a monitor can be called to the keyboard (next section).
If an incorrect user passcode is entered, press the CLEAR
button, then re-enter the passcode starting from step 1.
Passcode Logoff
When the user session is completed it is advisable to log off.
To log off enter “99” on the keypad and press the “F1” key on
the keyboard, or press the “USER” key on a 2078 keyboard.
The Status Line shows current information (alarms, dwell
times, etc.) about the camera being viewed. A list of the
different Status Line displays is provided in the Appendix,
page A-8.
Adjustments to the on-screen display position and brightness
of each monitor are accomplished with the horizontal, vertical,
and brightness controls located on the associated Video Output
Module of the 2050 Matrix Switching Bay. Refer to the Video
Output Module Setup in the 2050 Switching Bay Installation
manual, OP2050, for on-screen display adjustments.
The orientation and contents of the on-screen display are
changed by the non-menu programming function, Monitor
Display Arrangement, page 3-2. Specific items of this display
can be turned on and off from the Monitor menu, page 4-16.
2-2
KEYBOARD CONTROL
To control Lens Iris, Focus, and Zoom:
Status line (may show
alarm information, dwell
time, or camera status)
Camera
Number
0001
HOLD
Camera
Title
Time
AMERICAN
DYNAMICS
1. Call the desired camera to a monitor.
2. Push and hold the keyboard LENS control function button
designating the desired action.
3. Release the button when the camera lens is at the desired
iris, focus, or zoom position, as viewed on the monitor.
Date
12-15-93
10:27:53
Calling a Preset (Pre-positioned) Camera Scene
Figure 2-1 - On-Screen Display
Controlling Camera Site Functions
Camera site control functions (pan/tilt, lens, presets, and
auxiliaries) are available at the keyboard after the desired
camera is called to a monitor.
If the camera is equipped with motorized pan/tilt and/or lens
with feedback potentiometers, preset (pre-positioned) scenes
may be defined for that camera and stored at the Receiver for
automatic callup. A maximum of 72 preset scenes (71 scenes
for certain AD Receivers configured for Autopan) may be
programmed for each camera Receiver. Preset scenes are
defined by non-menu programming, page 3-3.
• If the desired camera is being displayed as part of an
operating tour, press the keyboard HOLD button to stop the
tour on the desired camera. Refer to the procedure “To stop
(“Hold”) a tour” on page 2-4.
To call a preset scene:
• When another keyboard is controlling the pan/tilt, lens,
presets, or auxiliaries of the same camera, these functions
are temporarily not available and the message “LOCK” is
displayed in the on-screen Status Line. This lockout lasts
for two seconds after the conflicting control action stops.
3. On 1600 series keyboards, press the SHOT button.
On 2078 keyboards, press the CALL button.
Camera View Control
Cameras equipped with motorized pan/tilt and lens can be
controlled via the keyboard joystick and LENS group buttons.
Call the desired camera to a monitor for these actions.
1. Call the pertinent camera to the monitor.
2. Enter the number of the preset scene (1 - 72) on the keypad.
Activating an Auxiliary
The keyboard AUX ON/OFF buttons control both momentary
and latched auxiliaries at the camera site. The action of either
momentary or latching auxiliaries depends on the options
installed on the camera Receiver at the site being controlled.
To activate an auxiliary:
1. Call the pertinent camera to a monitor.
To control Pan and Tilt:
1. Call the desired camera to a monitor.
2. Hold the keyboard joystick in the desired direction to move
the camera.
For control of variable-speed pan/tilt via 1768CM or 2078
keyboards, camera movement speed is in direct proportion
to the position of the joystick; the further from center the
joystick is moved, the faster the camera moves.
3. Release or center the joystick when the camera is at the
desired scene or view, as shown on the monitor.
2. Enter the desired auxiliary number on the keypad (the
number of auxiliaries at the camera site depends on the
options installed on the camera Receiver).
3. Press the AUX ON button to activate the auxiliary.
4. Release the AUX ON button.
- If the auxiliary is a momentary type, the action stops.
- If the auxiliary is a latching type, the action continues.
5. Press the AUX OFF button to deactivate a latching type
auxiliary.
The current state of latching type functions, such as locks or
gates, is not discernible from the keyboard. If critical, operator
feedback should be provided via a monitor or other device.
2-3
KEYBOARD CONTROL
To change the running direction of the tour on Hold:
Running a Tour
- Press the keyboard RUN button following programming of
the tour (see page 3-4).
- Press 1, then NEXT to set a tour in forward direction.
- Press 2, then NEXT to set a tour in reverse direction;
on a 2078 keyboard, press the LAST button.
- Press the NEXT button to advance to the next camera in the
tour sequence; on a 2078 keyboard, press the LAST button
to go back to the prior camera of the tour sequence.
- Press the RUN button to continue running the tour in the
direction specified.
To start a System Tour (from the keyboard):
Calling a System Salvo
A Tour sequentially displays a selected series of camera video
inputs on one monitor. Monitor Tours are temporary tours
defined by non-menu programming, page 3-4. System Tours
are defined and saved by menu programming, page 4-5.
To start a Monitor Tour:
1. Call the monitor to run the tour on.
A System Salvo is a group of cameras that can be called
simultaneously to a contiguous group of monitors. System
Salvos are defined by menu programming, page 4-8.
2. Enter the System Tour number (1 - 64) on the keypad.
3. Press the RUN button on the keyboard.
4. Press the keyboard ACK button within three seconds of
pressing the RUN button.
If the ACK button is not pressed within the 3-second
period, repeat the above sequence from step 2.
System Tours also can be called (started) automatically by
Event Timers, see page 4-10.
Note: Only one tour can be started on and associated with a
monitor at one time. If a Monitor Tour is programmed for
a monitor and then a System Tour is called to that monitor,
the Monitor Tour is erased and replaced by the System
Tour. The System Tour effectively becomes that monitor’s
Monitor Tour.
While running, the tour repeats continuously and the on-screen
Status Line shows the dwell time for each camera in the tour.
When running a tour in the forward direction, an “F” is
displayed beside the dwell time; when running a tour in the
reverse direction, an “R” is displayed. On 2078 keyboards,
press the NEXT or LAST button to change the direction of the
tour at any time while it is running.
To call a System Salvo:
1. Call the first monitor of the contiguous group of monitors
desired for the salvo.
2. Enter the System Salvo number (1 - 64) on the keypad.
3. Press the keyboard SALVO button.
System Salvos can also be called automatically from System
Tours, Alarm Contacts, and other System Salvos.
Acknowledging an Alarm
When a monitor is armed for an alarm contact, the input video
associated with that alarm contact is displayed on the monitor
when the alarm is received. If this monitor is armed for
Manual Clear, the keyboard ACK button is used to clear the
alarm. (See Alarms, Appendix pages A-3 to A-7.)
To acknowledge (clear) an alarm:
1. Call the monitor which is displaying the alarmed video.
Note: If a camera salvo or Connect Next is associated with
the alarm contact, call the first monitor of the block
displaying the salvo to acknowledge that alarm.
Note: When a tour is running in reverse, the Connect Next
tour linking feature may not operate as expected (see
Connect Next, page 4-7).
If a Wired set is associated with the alarm contact, call
the monitor associated to the ACN to clear that alarm; if
the ACN is programmed with a “*” CN code, all alarms
in the Wired set are cleared when this alarm is cleared.
To stop (“Hold”) a tour:
- Press the keyboard HOLD button to stop a tour on the
currently displayed camera.
- If a dwell time of 61 is programmed for a camera, the tour
automatically stops and Holds on that camera.
When the tour is stopped by either of these actions, the monitor
displays the camera that the tour is stopped on, and the
message “HOLD” is displayed in the Status Line. While a tour
is on Hold, any camera control actions (pan, tilt, lens, preset, or
auxiliary) may be performed on that camera.
2. Depending on the alarm programming, the monitor may
display one or more alarmed video inputs.
Hold or step to (using the NEXT or LAST buttons) the
desired alarmed camera.
or
Enter the applicable ACN number (1 - 1024) and press the
ACK button to call the associated alarmed camera.
3. When the desired alarmed video is displayed, press the
keyboard ACK button to clear the alarm.
2-4
Non-Menu Programming
This section of the manual describes the 2050 system non-menu setup
programming capabilities. These system operations are accessed only
from 1678CM or 2078 keyboards. As a security feature, these keyboards
have a keyswitch for disabling these programming functions.
System Reset................................................................................ 3-2
Setting Day of the Week .............................................................. 3-2
Setting Date Format..................................................................... 3-2
Monitor Display Arrangement..................................................... 3-2
Programming Preset Scenes ........................................................ 3-3
Camera Lockout .......................................................................... 3-3
Camera Video Loss Detection ..................................................... 3-3
Monitor Tour Programming ........................................................ 3-4
Arming Monitors ......................................................................... 3-5
Monitor Arming Codes ......................................................... 3-5
Arming Alarm Contacts to Monitors........................................... 3-6
Audio Alarm Programming ......................................................... 3-6
3-1
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
Setting Date Format
The following non-menu setup programming functions are
accessible from AD full-function system keyboards.
NOTE: The keyswitch must be in the Program (PROG)
position for the non-menu programming functions.
There are three options for the on-screen DATE format. The
default DATE format is: MM/DD/YY. Date format can be set
from the keyboard using F2 key combinations.
To set the date format from the keyboard:
System Reset
1. Turn the keyswitch to PROG position.
It may be necessary to clear all programmed information from
the 1996R CPU, and reset the system to factory defaults.
2. Enter one of the following keyboard F2 code combinations:
“21 F2” MM/DD/YY
“22 F2” DD/MM/YY
CAUTION - THE FOLLOWING COMMANDS ERASE
ALL USER ENTERED DATA.
“23 F2” YY/MM/DD
“24 F2” Toggles through the three date formats each time
the code is entered.
To clear and reset all 1996R programming (to factory defaults):
1. Turn the keyswitch to PROG position.
Date format, day of the week, and the current time and date
may also be set from the Set Time and Date menu, page 4-4.
2. Enter the following keyboard F2 code combinations:
“55 F2” (Enter the number 55, then press the F2 key.)
“99 F2” (Enter the number 99, then press the F2 key.)
Monitor Display Arrangement
There is a 3-second period after the “55 F2” command has
been entered in which the “99 F2” command must be entered.
If the “99 F2” is not entered within the 3-second period, the
system does not reset.
The arrangement of the titles and time and date displays in the
monitor on-screen display is changed by entering F2 key
combinations from the keyboard.
Setting the Day of the Week
To change the arrangement of the on-screen displays:
1. Call the desired monitor.
The day of the week must be set prior to programming the
Event Timers, page 4-10. Day of the week can be set from the
keyboard, or via the Set Date and Time menu, page 4-4.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Enter one of the following keyboard F2 code combinations:
To set the day of the week from the keyboard:
“1 F2”
Display date and time on the monitor.
1. Turn the keyswitch to PROG position.
“2 F2”
Remove date and time display from the monitor.
2. Enter one of the following keyboard F2 code combinations:
“3 F2”
Display camera title, camera number, and camera
status on the monitor.
“4 F2”
Remove camera title, camera number, and camera
status from the monitor.
“5 F2”
Display titles, date, and time at the top of the
monitor screen.
“6 F2”
Display titles, date, and time at the bottom of the
monitor screen.
“7 F2”
Display all titles, date, and time on the monitor.
“8 F2”
Remove all titles, date, and time display from the
monitor.
“61 F2” Sunday (SUN)
“62 F2” Monday (MON)
“63 F2” Tuesday (TUE)
“64 F2” Wednesday (WED)
“65 F2” Thursday (THR)
“66 F2” Friday (FRI)
“67 F2” Saturday (SAT)
“60 F2” Displays the current day of the week, for three
seconds, in the Status Line.
When a code is entered, the three-digit day code is displayed
for three seconds in the Status Line of the on-screen display.
3-2
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
Programming Preset Scenes
Camera Video Loss Detection
Motorized camera pan/tilt and lens units with preset capability
(feedback potentiometers) can be controlled from AD 1680 or
1640 Series Receivers. A suitably equipped camera Receiver
can store 72 preset scenes (71 scenes for certain AD Receivers
configured for Autopan) for subsequent keyboard recall (see
Calling a Preset Scene, page 2-3).
For 2050 systems equipped with a Video Loss Detector (VLD)
module, the video loss detection mode of each camera input
can be set by keyboard actions. A 1996R CPU port must be
connected to the VLD module and setup for Video Loss use
via the Ports menu, page 4-20.
To set the video loss detection mode for a camera:
To set up and store a preset scene for later recall:
1. Call or Hold the pertinent camera on the monitor.
1. Call or Hold the pertinent camera on the monitor.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Enter one of the following keyboard F2 code combinations:
3. Adjust the camera pan, tilt, zoom, iris, and focus to obtain
the desired scene.
“100 F2” Disable video loss detection for called camera.
4. Enter the desired scene number (1 - 72) on the keypad.
“101 F2” Sync loss detection only enabled (SYNC ONLY)
for called camera.
5. Press the SET button.
“102 F2” Sync and low picture content video loss detection
enabled (VIDEO LOW) for called camera.
“103 F2” Sync and medium picture content video loss
detection enabled (VIDEO MED) for called
camera.
Camera Lockout
Camera sites maybe locked out by a keyboard to deny other
keyboards from controlling that camera site. Locked out
keyboards may view, but not control, the designated cameras.
When a keyboard calls a camera which is locked out, the
camera video is displayed on the monitor and the message
“LOCK” is displayed in the on-screen Status Line.
“104 F2” Sync and high picture content video loss
detection enabled (VIDEO HIGH) for called
camera.
“105 F2” Set the loss detection mode automatically * for
the called camera.
To lockout or unlock a camera:
“106 F2” Set the loss detection mode automatically * for
all camera inputs.
1. Call or Hold the pertinent camera on the monitor.
“107 F2” Update VLD module with the 1996R's current
mode settings for all camera inputs.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Enter one of the following keyboard F1 code combinations:
“1 F1”
“2 F1”
“108 F2” Clear the mode settings of all cameras, in both
the 1996R and the VLD module.
Unlock the called camera.
Lock out the called camera.
“109 F2” Download, to the 1996R, the VLD module's
mode setting of the called camera.
“110 F2” Download, to the 1996R, the VLD module's
mode settings of all cameras.
“111 F2” Print current mode setting of the called camera.
“112 F2” Print current mode settings of all cameras.
* The VLD module automatically sets the mode to:
VIDEO MED if the video picture content is high,
VIDEO LOW if the picture content is medium or low,
SYNC ONLY if only sync is present in the signal,
OFF if there is no video and no sync at the input.
The Video Loss Detection mode may also be set for each
camera via the Camera Title menu, page 4-19.
3-3
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
Monitor Tour Programming
To re-program a single camera in a Monitor Tour:
A Tour (Sequence) sequentially displays a selected series of
camera video inputs on any monitor. Each camera is displayed
for a set period of time (the “Dwell Time”). A tour may repeat
continuously or may stop (“Hold”) on a selected camera.
1. Press the keyboard NEXT button until the camera to be reprogrammed is displayed, then press the HOLD button.
2. Enter “0” and press the PROG button, or press the B-PAS
button, to erase the current tour entry.
A Monitor Tour is a temporary sequence of cameras
programmed for the called monitor. A maximum of 64
cameras may be included in a Monitor Tour. Cameras may be
entered in any order and as often as required.
CAUTION: Do not enter “62 - PROG” when modifying a
Monitor Tour. This removes all previously programmed
cameras from the tour and necessitates tour reprogramming.
3. Enter the desired dwell time (1 - 60), or Hold (61).
To program a complete Monitor Tour:
4. Press the keyboard PROG button.
1. Call the monitor on which the tour is to be run.
5. Press either HOLD or RUN to leave tour programming.
HOLD leaves the last camera on Hold on the monitor; RUN
starts the Monitor Tour sequence.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Call the camera which is to be displayed first in the tour.
4. Enter “62’’ and press the PROG button. This puts the
system in Tour Programming mode, and displays the dwell
time of the called camera in the on-screen Status Line.
CAUTION: The “62 - PROG” removes all cameras from the
sequence for that monitor (sets all dwell times to “0”) - do this
ONLY to establish a completely new tour.
Do not enter “62 - PROG” during the remaining steps. This
removes all previously programmed cameras from the tour and
necessitates complete tour reprogramming.
A System Tour supercedes a Monitor Tour. When a System
Tour is started on a monitor (page 2-4), any other current tour
programming for that monitor is erased. A System Tour that is
called to a monitor may be altered by the re-programming
steps above. This does not permanently re-program the stored
System Tour, but “changes” it to a temporary or Monitor Tour.
Controlling a Monitor Tour
5. Enter “1” to “60” for the desired dwell time in seconds for
the on-screen camera. To stop and Hold the tour on that
camera, enter “61”.
6. Press the keyboard PROG button. This sets the dwell time
for the on-screen camera to the value entered. The onscreen display changes to show that dwell time (or “HOLD”
if “61” was entered).
If no more cameras are to be included in the tour, skip to
Step 8; otherwise, continue with Step 7.
Following tour programming, a Monitor Tour is controlled in
the same manner as any tour, as described on page 2-4.
If the monitor is in a HOLD, press the RUN button to initiate
the Monitor Tour sequence.
When a tour is running, press the HOLD button to stop the tour
and Hold the camera being displayed.
When a tour is on Hold, the tour may be controlled as follows:
- Press the NEXT button to advance the tour one step and
set the direction of the tour to forward.
7. Call the next camera to be included in the tour. Cameras
need not be inserted in the tour in numerical order.
- Press the LAST button to back up one step and set the
direction of the tour to reverse.
Repeat Steps 5, 6, and 7 until all cameras to be included in
the tour have been programmed.
8. Press either the HOLD or the RUN button to leave tour
programming. The HOLD button leaves the picture from
the last camera programmed on the monitor. The RUN
button switches the picture to the next camera in the tour
and initiates the tour sequence.
- Press the B-PAS button to remove the camera on hold.
This erases the camera from the tour (as in Step 2 of reprogramming a tour, above).
- Press the RUN button to continue running the tour.
When running a tour in the forward direction, an “F” is
displayed beside the camera dwell time in the on-screen Status
Line; when running a tour in the reverse direction, an “R” is
displayed. Press the NEXT or LAST button at any time to
change the running direction of the tour.
3-4
NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
Arming Monitors
Monitor Arming Codes
Alarm contacts are armed for a monitor using a Monitor
Arming Code which identifies the alarm Display method
(Single, Block, or Dual monitors), Queuing method (Sequence
or Hold), and the Clearance method (Instant, Auto, or Manual
clear). The Monitor Arming Codes available in the 1996R
CPU are listed at the right, and are described in Appendix,
page A-4.
To arm a monitor:
1. Call the desired monitor to arm.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Select the Monitor Arming Code desired for that monitor
and enter the code number (1 - 15) on the keypad.
4. Press the ARM button in the keyboard Monitor group. The
Arm Type (see table at right) is displayed for five seconds,
in the on-screen Status Line, to verify the monitor arming.
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
For codes 13 - 15, the second (Sequence) monitor is selected
automatically (the next numeric system monitor) and armed to
the second Arm Type when the first (Hold) monitor is armed.
14
As an example, the Single/Sequence/Instant Clear alarm
response was selected for the monitor by entering the number 1
on the keyboard and pressing the Monitor ARM button. This
16
15
Description
Arm Type
Single/Sequence/Instant Clear
SSI
Single/Sequence/Auto (after 20 seconds) SSA
Single/Sequence/Manual (ACK key)
SSM A*
Single/Hold/Instant Clear
SHI
Single/Hold/Auto Clear
SHA
Single/Hold/Manual Clear
SHM A*
Block/Sequence/Instant Clear
BSI
Block/Sequence/Auto Clear
BSA
Block/Sequence/Manual Clear
BSM A*
Block/Hold/Instant Clear
BHI
Block/Hold/Auto Clear
BHA
Block/Hold/Manual Clear
BHM A*
First Monitor
Arm Type
Dual/Hold and Sequence/
Instant Clear
DHI
Dual/Hold and Sequence/
Auto Clear
DHA
Dual/Hold and Sequence/
Manual Clear
DHM A*
Disarm monitor
Second Mon
Arm Type
DSI
DSA
DSM A*
DIS
* Manual Clear/Acknowledge is always enabled.
The Manual Clear/Acknowledge feature can be enabled or
disabled for any Instant or Auto Clear arming code. This must
be done after a monitor is armed with an arming codes. When
enabled, the letter “A” is displayed after the Arm Type in the
on-screen Status Line (e.g., SSI A). When disabled, the letter
“A” does not appear after the Arm Type.
Single Monitor
Armed for
Sequence, Instant
To enable/disable Manual Acknowledge for Instant or Auto:
Figure 3-1 - On-Screen Monitor Arming Display
will result in the on-screen display shown in Figure 3-1.
1. Call the desired monitor.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Enter one of the following code numbers on the keypad:
17 - to enable Manual ACK/Clear
18 - to disable Manual ACK/Clear
To disarm a monitor:
4. Press the Monitor ARM button.
1. Call the monitor to disarm.
2. Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
3. Press the OFF button in the keyboard Monitor group.
Monitors can also be armed using the Monitor menu, page 416. If a monitor block is desired, the Monitor menu must be
used to define and arm the monitors within the block.
0001
SSI
AMERICAN
DYNAMICS
12-15-93
10:27:53
To verify the monitor arming at any time, press the keyboard
ARM button. The Arm Type is displayed for five seconds in
the on-screen Status Line. If the monitor has not been armed
or has been disarmed, no Arm Type is displayed.
Refer to the Appendix, pages A-3 to A-7, for further
description of Alarm Programming and Arming.
Note: Monitor arming cannot be changed for any monitor if
any alarm contacts are active in the system.
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NON-MENU PROGRAMMING
Arming Alarm Contacts to Monitors
Audio Alarm Programming
Note: The following procedures are for 1678CM keyboards
only. With other keyboards, use the Monitor/Contact
Access menu, page 4-26.
The 1678CM and 2078 keyboards can be programmed to
provide an audio tone when an alarm is received. When the
audio tone is enabled at a keyboard and an armed monitor is
called to that keyboard, the audio tone is sounded when the
associated alarm is first received, for less than five seconds.
To arm an alarm contact to a monitor:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Call the desired monitor for arming.
Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
Enter the alarm contact number (ACN) to be armed.
Press the ARM button in the keyboard Camera group. The
contact number with the letter “E”, for enabled, is displayed
in the Status Line for five seconds for verification.
As an example, alarm contact number 021 was programmed
for the monitor by entering the number “21” on the keyboard
and pressing the Camera ARM button. This will result in the
on-screen display shown in Figure 3-2.
The default setting is audio enabled (ON) for all keyboards.
There are three ways to enable or disable this audio indicator:
For a Keyboard, For a Port, and System Wide.
For a Keyboard - When sound is turned off at a keyboard,
the 1996R CPU will transmit the sound character to
LOCAL keyboards but a keyboard that is off will not sound
the audio tone.
To Turn Audio ON for that Keyboard only:
1. Call the armed monitor.
2. Enter the number “9” on the keypad.
3. Press the auxiliary ON pushbutton.
Contact 021
Armed for
this Monitor
0001
021E
AMERICAN
DYNAMICS
To Turn Audio OFF for that Keyboard only:
1. Call the armed monitor.
2. Enter the number “9” on the keypad.
3. Press the auxiliary OFF pushbutton.
For a Port - When the audio is turned off for a port, the
1996R CPU will no longer transmit the sound character to
that particular LOCAL keyboard port.
10-15-93
10:27:53
Figure 3-2 - On-Screen Contact Arming Display
To Turn Audio ON for a Port:
1. Enter the number “48” on the keypad.
2. Press the F2 button.
To disarm a contact for a monitor:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Call the desired monitor.
Turn the keyswitch to the PROG position.
Enter the alarm contact number (ACN) to be disarmed.
Press the OFF button in the Camera group. The contact
number with the letter “D”, for disarmed, is displayed in the
on-screen Status Line for five seconds for verification.
That alarm input will no longer be displayed until the
associated alarm contact source has been cleared and reset.
To Turn Audio OFF for a Port:
1. Enter the number “47” on the keypad.
2. Press the F2 button.
System Wide - When the audio is turned off, the 1996R CPU
will no longer transmit the sound character to any LOCAL
keyboard port.
To Turn Audio ON System Wide:
Contact Arming Notes:
* When arming alarm contacts to a monitor block, arm the
contacts to the first monitor of the block only. Do not arm
any contacts to the remaining monitors of a block.
* Monitors used for salvo alarm response should not be
armed for individual alarm contacts (see page 4-26).
* Contacts cannot be disarmed while they are active.
3-6
1. Enter the number “46” on the keypad.
2. Press the F2 button.
To Turn Audio OFF System Wide:
1. Enter the number “45” on the keypad.
2. Press the F2 button.
Menu Programming
This section of the manual describes the 2050 system menu programming
capabilities. These are accessed only from 1678CM or 2078 keyboards.
Main Selection Menu................................................................... 4-2
Cursor Positioning/Paging........................................................... 4-3
System Menus.............................................................................. 4-3
Set Time and Date ................................................................. 4-4
Set System Tours ................................................................... 4-5
Set System Salvos.................................................................. 4-8
Set Event Timers.................................................................. 4-10
Set Alarm Contacts.............................................................. 4-12
Monitor Status ..................................................................... 4-15
Monitor Menu............................................................................ 4-16
Camera Menus........................................................................... 4-18
Pseudo Numbers .................................................................. 4-18
Camera Title ........................................................................ 4-19
Port Menu .................................................................................. 4-20
Access Menus ............................................................................ 4-22
Keyboard/Monitor ............................................................... 4-22
Keyboard/Camera View ...................................................... 4-23
Keyboard/Camera Control................................................... 4-24
Monitor/Camera Access ...................................................... 4-25
Monitor/Contact Access ...................................................... 4-26
Priority Menus ........................................................................... 4-27
User Identification ............................................................... 4-27
Set Keyboard ....................................................................... 4-28
Set User................................................................................ 4-28
Set Priority Level................................................................. 4-29
4-1
MENU PROGRAMMING
All the features of the 1996R are programmable through onscreen menus. The menus are displayed via a separate video
output, labeled PROG MON, on the rear of the 1996R CPU.
This video output may be connected to a separate monitor, or
connect back into the video switching system for display on
any system monitor. Until the menu system is started, this
output displays the following message on a blank screen.
ENTER CODE TO ACCESS MENUS
To select a Main Selection menu function:
1. Move the cursor to the desired line.
or
Enter the number (1 - 6) for the desired line.
2. Press the ACK button to access that selection.
Each selection of the Main Selection menu brings up another
menu, as illustrated at the bottom of this page. Refer to the
following pages for each menu procedures.
Access to menu programming is possible only from a 1678CM
or 2078 keyboard.
SYSTEM
MONITOR
CAMERA
PORTS
ACCESS
PRIORITY
Note: As a security feature these keyboards have a keyswitch
which disables all setup functions when set to OFF.
To enter the main menu using a 1678CM Series keyboard:
pages 4-3 to 4-15
pages 4-16 to 4-17
pages 4-18 to 4-19
pages 4-20 to 4-21
pages 4-22 to 4-26
pages 4-27 to 4-29
In each of these menus (shown below), move the cursor to the
RETURN MAIN line and press the ACK key to return to the
MAIN SELECTION menu.
1. Turn the keyswitch to the Program (horizontal) position.
2. Enter 129 on the keypad.
The System, Camera, Access, and Priority menus each provide
additional menus for selection.
3. Press the PROG button on the keyboard.
To enter the main menu using a 2078 Series keyboard:
To select an entry from any of these menus:
• Place the 2078 keyswitch in the DISP position.
1. Move the cursor to the desired line.
or
Enter the number for the desired line.
MAIN SELECTION MENU
2. Press the ACK button to access that selection.
The Main Selection menu is then displayed via the PROG
MON output, indicating the setup functions available.
MAIN SELECTION
-------------1 SYSTEM
2 MONITOR
3 CAMERA
4 PORTS
5 ACCESS
6 PRIORITY
SYSTEM
1 SET TIME AND DATE
2 SET SYSTEM TOURS
3 SET SYSTEM SALVOS
4 SET EVENT TIMERS
5 SET ALARM CONTACTS
6 MONITOR STATUS
RETURN MAIN
MONITOR
ARM TYPE
ACK
TOUR
TIME DATE
TITLE DISPLAY
CAM TITLE LCK
MON TITLE LCK
DISPLAY STATUS
RETURN MAIN
When menu programming is completed, the user can exit from
the menu system from any menu displayed.
To exit the menu system from a 1678CM Series keyboard:
1. Enter 130 on the keypad.
2. Press the PROG button on the keyboard.
To exit the menu system from a 2078 Series keyboard:
• Place the 2078 keyswitch in the OFF or PROG position.
CAMERA
1 PSEUDO
2 TITLE
RETURN MAIN
PORT
BAUD
DATA BITS
PARITY
STOP BITS
PORT USE
RETURN MAIN
4-2
ACCESS
PRIORITY
1 KEYBOARD/MONITOR
1 USER IDENTIFICATION
2 KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
2 SET KEYBOARD/USER
3 KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL 3 SET PRIORITY
4 MONITOR/CAMERA ACCESS
RETURN MAIN
5 MONITOR/CONTACT ACCESS
RETURN MAIN
1996R MENU PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
Cursor Positioning/Paging
1
2
3
4
5
6
The following cursor instructions apply to all menus.
To position the cursor to a desired location on the menu:
• Use the joystick to move the cursor to the desired selection.
or
• Press the NEXT button until the cursor is placed at the
desired selection.
or
• On the 2078 keyboard, use the arrow direction keys (in the
FOCUS and ZOOM sections of the keyboard) to move the
cursor to the desired selection.
To change pages in a multi-page menu:
Using 1678CM Keyboards:
• To move vertically through the pages (rows), press the OFF
or ARM button in the CAMERA section of the keyboard.
S E T T I M E A N D D AT E
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SYSTEM
The System menu provide the means to define the system
Time and Date, System Tours, System Salvos, Event Timers,
and Alarm Contacts. The Monitor Status line of this menu
brings up a status screen for reviewing the current status of all
system monitors.
To select an entry from the System menu:
• To change directly to a page for a specific row/entry:
1. Move the cursor to the desired line.
or
Enter the number (1 - 6) for the desired line.
1. Enter the desired row/entry number on the keypad.
2. Press either the CAMERA OFF or ARM button.
• To move horizontally through the pages (columns), press
the OFF or ARM button in the MONITOR section of the
keyboard.
• To change directly to a page for a specific column/heading:
2. Press the ACK button to access that selection.
Each selection of the System menu brings up another menu.
Refer to the following pages for the specific menu procedures.
1. Enter the desired column/heading number on the
keypad.
2. Press either the MONITOR OFF or ARM button.
SET TIME AND DATE
SET SYSTEM TOURS
SET SYSTEM SALVOS
SET EVENT TIMERS
SET ALARM CONTACTS
MONITOR STATUS
Using 2078 Keyboards:
• To move vertically through the pages (rows), press the
PAGE up/down buttons in the IRIS section of the keyboard.
• To change directly to a page for a specific row/entry:
1. Enter the desired row/entry number on the keypad.
2. Press either (IRIS) PAGE up/down button.
page 4-4
page 4-5
page 4-8
page 4-10
page 4-12
page 4-15
The PREVIOUS MENU line of each of these menus returns to
the System menu for further selections.
The RETURN MAIN line of the System menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
• To move horizontally through the pages (columns), press
the OFF or ARM button in the MONITOR section of the
keyboard.
• To change directly to a page for a specific column/heading:
1. Enter the desired column/heading number on the
keypad.
2. Press either the MONITOR OFF or ARM button.
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1996R MENU PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
S E T T I M E A N D D AT E
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SET TIME AND DATE
Example: Using the MM-DD-YY format, enter the date
09-30-91.
Use the SET TIME AND DATE menu, below, to set the date
format, date, time, and day of the week for on-screen displays.
Enter 09 on the keypad.
Press the ACK key.
Enter 30 on the keypad.
Press the ACK key.
Enter 91 on the keypad.
Press the ACK key.
SET TIME AND DATE
DATE FORMAT - MM-DD-YY
DATE - 09-20-91
TIME - 16:57:26
DAY OF WEEK - TUE
TIME - Displays the time, in 24-hour format, as HH:MM:SS
(hour:minute:second).
PREVIOUS MENU
1. Place the cursor on the TIME line.
2. Enter the current time similar the to date entry procedure,
starting with hour (HH). Enter time in 24-hour format.
Press the ACK key after each entry.
DATE FORMAT - Three formats exist for the Date:
1 - MM-DD-YY
2 - DD-MM-YY
3 - YY-MM-DD
Example: Set the time to read 14:17: 28:
Enter 14 on the keypad
Press the ACK key
Enter 17 on the keypad
Press the ACK key
Enter 28 on the keypad
Press the ACK key
1. Place the cursor on the DATE FORMAT line.
2. Use the ACK key to cycle through each date format. Press
the NEXT key to accept the displayed selection.
or
Enter the number which corresponds to the desired format
and press the ACK key.
DAY OF WEEK - Displays the day of the week.
Note that the presentation of date information in the next menu
line (DATE) corresponds to the format selected.
DATE - Displays the date in the format selected (above).
1. Place the cursor on the DATE line.
2. Enter the first two digits of the date, based on the format
selected, and press the ACK key.
3. Enter the second pair of digits based on the format selected.
Press the ACK key.
4. Enter the third pair of digits based on the format selected.
Press the ACK key.
Pressing the ACK key without entering a number results in a
“00” entry for that item.
1. Place the cursor on the DAY OF WEEK line.
2. Use the ACK key to cycle through the days of the week.
Press the NEXT key to accept the displayed selection.
or
Enter the number which corresponds to the desired day of
the week and press the ACK key.
1 - SUN
2 - MON
3 - TUE
4567-
WED
THR
FRI
SAT
PREVIOUS MENU returns to the SYSTEM menu, page 4-3.
See page 4-3 for cursor movement instructions.
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1996R MENU PROGRAMMING
SYSTEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
S E T T I M E A N D D AT E
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SET SYSTEM TOURS
A System Tour is a programmable sequence of cameras that
can be called to be displayed on the called monitor, or called
by Event Timers. The SET SYSTEM TOURS menu permits
programming of 64 System tours. The tour being programmed
is identified in the TOUR line of the menu. Each tour includes
64 entries. Each entry contains a camera number, dwell time,
preset, auxiliary, and connect next.
The Set System Tours menu has four pages, with 16 entries per
page. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
64
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE
AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0002
02
02
2 ON
0003
02
03
3 ON
0004
02
04
4 ON
0005
02
05
1 OFF
0006
02
06
2 OFF
0007
02
07
3 OFF
0008
02
08
0
.
.
0064
02
01
1 ON
PREVIOUS MENU
PRE (Preset) - If the camera is equipped with motorized
pan/tilt and lens with feedback potentiometers, preset scenes
may be defined (page 3-3). If presets have been defined, the
preset scene specified in this entry is called automatically
when the camera associated with that entry is displayed on the
monitor. If a preset is not desired, enter a zero in this field.
AUX (Auxiliary) - If the camera site is equipped with a
Receiver that has Auxiliary relays, an auxiliary can be
activated automatically during a tour. See the appropriate setup information in the associated Receiver manual. If no
auxiliary is desired, enter a zero in this field.
CN (Connect Next) - Connect Next selects the next camera in
the table for simultaneous callup to the next contiguous
monitor, thereby forming a “Scratch Pad” Salvo call. A salvo
simultaneously calls up a set of cameras to contiguous
monitors for the dwell time specified by the first camera entry.
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A selection of Yes (“Y”), No (“N”), Salvo (“S”), or Tour (“T”)
can be chosen for Connect Next.
• If “Y” is selected, the Connect Next feature calls the next
tour entry to the next monitor; a Dwell Time cannot be
programmed for the next entry.
N
ENT (Entry) - Each of the 64 entries in a tour consists of a
camera number, dwell time, preset number, auxiliary number,
and a connect next designation (for salvos). Each tour entry is
unique and the same camera (with different dwell times,
presets, etc.) may be entered as many times as required.
• If “N” is selected, the Connect Next feature is not initiated.
The next entry in the table is selected for the called monitor
after the specified dwell time.
• If “S” is selected, a pre-programmed System Salvo is called.
The System Salvo number is specified in the CAM entry.
• If “T” is selected, another System Tour is called. The
System Tour number is specified in the CAM entry.
CAM (Camera) - A camera number is associated with each
tour entry. If the CN field is an “S” or “T” the tour entry is
associated with a System Salvo or another System Tour, that is,
the CAM number is a System Salvo or System Tour number.
The Tour within a Tour feature (the selection of “T”) links
the desired number of tours together. It is recommended that
the last entry in a tour be used to call the next desired tour.
Note: A tour cannot call itself.
DWL (Dwell Time) - The dwell time is the length of time the
camera is displayed on the monitor before switching to the
next tour entry. The dwell time may be from 1 to 60 seconds;
an entry of 61 will “HOLD” the current camera displayed.
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the SYSTEM menu.
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1996R MENU PROGRAMMING
To operate a System Tour from a keyboard :
CAM (Camera)
1.
2.
3.
4.
To add or change a camera in a tour:
Select (Call) the monitor to run a tour on.
Enter a System Tour number (1-64) on the keypad.
Press the RUN key.
Press the ACK key within three seconds.
The keyboard HOLD is used to stop (Hold) the tour on the
current camera. When a tour is on Hold, press the RUN key to
continue the tour. See page 2-4 for tour operating procedures.
1. Position the cursor to the CAM column and desired ENT
number line.
2. Enter a camera number on the keypad and press the ACK
key. The camera number will appear in the CAM column.
Examples:
The keyboard NEXT key can be used to set the direction of a
tour. To set the direction of the tour, enter the following key
combinations:
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
.
.
16
1-NEXT - Sets a tour in forward order.
2-NEXT - Sets a tour in reverse order.
NEXT - Press this key to advance the tour one step.
Note: When running a tour in the forward order, an “F” is
displayed on the screen. Conversely, when running a tour
in the reverse order, an “R” is displayed on the screen.
When running in reverse, the Connect Next tour linking
may not operate as expected (see CN, page 4-7).
To automatically run a System Tour based on time and day of
the week, refer to the SET EVENT TIMERS menu, page 4-10.
PROGRAMMING A SYSTEM TOUR
To select a System Tour for programming:
1. Move the cursor to the TOUR number line of the Set
System Tours menu.
2. Enter the desired tour number (1-64) on the keypad.
3. Press the ACK key.
0016
02
01
1 ON
PREVIOUS MENU
1. Position the cursor to the DWL column and desired ENT
number line.
2. Enter the desired dwell time (from 1 to 60 seconds in one
second increments). If 61 is entered, the dwell time is set to
a hold condition for the particular camera.
3. Press the ACK key. The dwell time will appear under the
DWL heading.
Examples:
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
.
.
16
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
To set a dwell time for a camera in a tour:
Example:
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
.
.
16
0016
02
01
1 ON
PREVIOUS MENU
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
DWL (Dwell Time)
See page 4-3 for cursor movement instructions.
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0002
02
02
2 ON
0003
02
03
3 ON
0004
02
04
4 ON
0005
02
05
1 OFF
0006
02
06
2 OFF
0007
02
07
3 OFF
0008
02
08
0
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0102
02
02
2 ON
0500
02
03
3 ON
0204
02
04
4 ON
0005
02
05
1 OFF
1001
02
06
2 OFF
0066
02
07
3 OFF
0099
02
08
0
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0002
05
02
2 ON
0003
10
03
3 ON
0004
20
04
4 ON
0005
05
05
1 OFF
0006
03
06
2 OFF
0007
02
07
3 OFF
0008
01
08
0
0016
02
01
1 ON
PREVIOUS MENU
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
If presets, aux, or salvo (CN) are not required, repeat the
CAMERA and DWELL TIME instructions in the prior
paragraphs for as many ENT tour entries as desired.
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1996R MENU PROGRAMMING
PRE (Preset)
CN (Connect Next)
If presets are required for a tour entry:
If a salvo or tour switching is desired at a tour entry:
1. Move the cursor to the PRE column and desired entry line.
2. Enter the preset number (from 1 to 72). Zero represents no
preset call for this entry.
3. Press the ACK key. The preset number will appear under
the PRE heading.
1. Move the cursor to the CN column and desired entry line.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the CN selections. The
entry for CN displays “N”, “Y”, “S”, or “T” each time the
ACK key is pressed. Press the NEXT key to accept the
displayed selection.
or
Enter one of the following numbers and press the ACK key.
The selection will display in the CN column entry.
Example:
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
.
16
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0002
02
02
2 ON
0003
02
03
3 ON
0004
02
04
4 ON
0005
02
05
1 OFF
0006
02
06
2 OFF
0007
02
07
3 OFF
0008
02
08
0 0016
02
01
1 ON
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1 = N,
2 = Y,
3 = S,
4 = T,
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
no connect next
connect to the next entry
call a System Salvo
call another System Tour
If Connect Next (Y) is selected, the dwell times for each salvo
group is controlled by the first entry of the group. The dwell
time for all but the first entry in the salvo group may be left
blank. All entries in a connect next sequence should have the
CN entry set to Y except the last entry, which is set to N.
N
If a System Salvo is selected (S), the CAM number for this
entry line must be set to the desired Salvo number.
AUX (Auxiliary)
If an auxiliary is required for a tour entry:
1. Move the cursor to the AUX column and desired entry line.
2. Press the ACK key while in the AUX column to cycle
through the available auxiliaries options. Press the NEXT
key to accept the displayed selection.
or
Enter one of the following numbers and press the ACK key.
The selection is displayed in the AUX column.
1 = 1 ON
2 = 2 ON
3 = 3 ON
4 = 4 ON
If another System Tour is selected (T), the CAM number for
this entry line must be set to the desired Tour number. A
System Tour cannot call itself.
Notes: When a tour calls another System Tour, the sequence
does not automatically return to the original tour unless
specified by a CN in the tour being called.
5 = 1 OFF
6 = 2 OFF
7 = 3 OFF
8=0-
If Pseudo numbers are used, the Camera (CAM) field
switches between Pseudo numbers when N or Y is
selected and Real numbers when S or T is selected.
Example:
ENT
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
.
16
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
TO U R - 0 1
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
01
1 ON
0002
02
02
2 ON
0003
02
03
3 ON
0004
02
04
4 ON
0005
02
05
1 OFF
0006
02
06
2 OFF
0007
02
07
3 OFF
0008
02
08
0
0016
02
01
1 ON
PREVIOUS MENU
When a tour is operating in the reverse direction, the
tour linking may not operate as expected. The tour
being called starts operation in reverse, at the last step
of that tour. Thus if the tour being called also has a CN
link to another System Tour, that link is executed first,
and the rest of that tour is not run.
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
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S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SET SYSTEM SALVOS
A System Salvo is a group of cameras that can be called
simultaneously to a contiguous group of monitors. A salvo can
be called manually via keyboard commands, automatically
when included in a System Tour or another System Salvo, or
on alarm when included in an Alarm Contact setup.
AUX (Auxiliary) - If the camera site is equipped with a
Receiver that has Auxiliary relays, an auxiliary can be
activated automatically when the salvo is called. See the
appropriate setup information in the associated Receiver
manual. If no auxiliary action is desired, enter a zero in this
field.
The SET SYSTEM SALVOS menu permits programming of
64 individual System Salvos. The maximum number of
cameras in a System Salvo is 16. Note that System Salvos can
be nested within other System Salvos.
CN (Connect Next) - Connect Next selects the next camera in
the table for simultaneous callup to the next contiguous
monitor, thereby forming the salvo. A selection of Yes (“Y”),
No (“N”), or Salvo (“S”) can be chosen for Connect Next.
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
S A LV O - 0 1
CAM
PRE
AUX
0001
00
0 0002
02
2 ON
0003
03
3 ON
0004
04
4 ON
0005
70
3 ON
0006
00
0 -
• If “Y” is selected, the next camera in the table is included in
this salvo.
POS
1
2
3
4
5
6
.
.
.
16
0016
72
1 OFF
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CN
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
• If “N” is selected, the salvo stops at this camera entry.
• If “S” is selected, another System Salvo is called and this
salvo stops at this entry.
NOTE: On the first Salvo entry line, if an actual camera
number matches the salvo number, only “Y” or “N” can
be selected for Connect Next. On the last Salvo entry
line only “N” or “S” can be selected for Connect Next.
N
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the SYSTEM menu.
POS (Position) - Refers to the order of cameras displayed on
the contiguous monitors.
To call a System Salvo from a keyboard:
CAM (Camera) - A camera number is associated with each
salvo position. If the CN field is “S”, the CAM entry is
associated with another System Salvo, and the Camera number
is a System Salvo number (nested Salvo).
1. Select (Call) the first monitor for the first camera in the
salvo group. Each successive camera in the salvo is
displayed on contiguous monitors from the one selected.
PRE (Preset) - If the camera is equipped with motorized
pan/tilt and lens with feedback potentiometers, preset scenes
may be defined. If presets have been defined, the preset scene
specified in this entry is called automatically when the camera
associated with that entry is displayed on the monitor. If a
preset is not desired, enter a zero in this field.
3. Press the Salvo key. (It may be the QS key on older
keyboards). The cameras, presets, and auxiliaries
associated with that salvo will be displayed on the selected
monitor, up to the nth contiguous monitor.
2. Enter the desired Salvo number (1-64).
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CN (Connect Next)
To select a System Salvo for programming:
To include the next camera, or another System Salvo:
1. Position cursor to the SALVO number line in the SET
SYSTEM SALVOS menu.
2. Enter the desired salvo number (1 - 64).
3. Press the ACK key.
1. Position the cursor to the CN column and the desired
camera POS number.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the CN selections. The
entry for CN displays “Y”, “N”, or “S” each time the ACK
key is pressed. Press the NEXT key to accept the displayed
selection.
or
Enter one of the following numbers and press the ACK key.
The selection will display in the CN column entry.
See page 4-3 for cursor movement instructions.
CAM (Camera)
To add or change a camera in a salvo:
1 = N, no connect next
2 = Y, connect to the next entry
3 = S, call a System Salvo
1. Move the cursor to the appropriate CAM column and
camera position entry.
2. Enter the desired camera number.
3. Press the ACK key. The selected camera number will
appear under the CAM heading.
All entries in a System Salvo should have the CN entry set to
Y except the last entry, which is set to N or S.
Note: To eliminate a particular camera from a salvo, press the
ACK key.
Notes: If a System Salvo is selected (S), the CAM number for
this entry must be set to the desired Salvo number.
If Pseudo numbers are used, the CAM number switches
between Pseudo numbers when N or Y is selected and
Real numbers when S is selected.
PRE (Preset)
If presets are required for a camera:
1. Position the cursor to the PRE column and desired camera
position entry.
2. Enter the preset number (1 - 72) to call for this camera.
Zero represents no preset call for this entry.
3. Press the ACK key. The preset number will appear under
the PRE heading.
Example: Set Salvo number 1, position 5 to Camera number
17, Preset number 5, Auxiliary 3 ON, and Connect Next to
the next camera (position 6). Position 6 is the last camera
(camera number 18) in this salvo.
AUX (Auxiliary)
If an auxiliary is associated with an entry:
1. Move the cursor to the AUX column and desired camera
position entry.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the available
auxiliaries options and press the NEXT key to accept the
displayed selection.
or
Enter one of the following auxiliary action numbers and
press the ACK key. The auxiliary selection will appear in
the AUX column.
1 = 1 ON
2 = 2 ON
3 = 3 ON
4 = 4 ON
5 = 1 OFF
6 = 2 OFF
7 = 3 OFF
8=0-
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S A LV O - 0 1
POS CAM
PRE
AUX
1
0001
00
02
0002
02
2 ON
3
0003
03
3 ON
4
0004
04
4 ON
5
0017
05
3 ON
6
0018
00
0 .
.
16
0016
00
0 PREVIOUS MENU
CN
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
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S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SET EVENT TIMERS
EDIT TIMER
Event Timers permits automatic callup of System Tours and/or
Alarm Monitor/Contact Tables. (See pages 4-5 and 4-26
respectively for System Tour and Monitor/Contact Table
programming.) Each one of the automatic callups is referred
to as an Event.
Place the cursor on the EDIT TIMER line and press the ACK
key to display the SET EVENT TIMERS menu. This menu is
used to program the entries for System Tours and Alarm
Monitor/Contact (ALM) callup.
The EVENT TIMER menu is used to identify each Event and
to program each Event for automatic callups. A maximum of
35 Events are available for programming. Each Event can be
programmed for individual System Tour and Alarm
Monitor/Contact Table callups on different days of the week.
This menu has four pages with eight monitors per page. See
page 4-3 for cursor movement instructions.
EVENT TIMER
0 7 : 11 D I S A B L E D
EDIT TIMER
NEXT TIMER
CLEAR TIMER
ENABLE TIMER
C H A N G E T I M E R TO H H : M M
PREVIOUS MENU
An Event Timer (“Event”) is created by entering a new time in
the first line. If the Event is a new time the word “NEW” is
displayed. If the Event already exists, either the word
“ENABLED” or “DISABLED” is displayed. If the timer is
cleared, the words “ILLEGAL TIME” are displayed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
MON
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
SET EVENT TIMERS
T I M E - 0 7 : 11
D AY O F W E E K
S
M
T
W
T
01 02 03 04 05
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00 00
ALM
0
F
06
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
1
0
0
0
0
PREVIOUS MENU
S
07
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
0
Note: The day of the week must be set properly for Events to
occur as desired. See page 4-4 to set day of the week.
System Tour callup
Each entry in this table identifies a System Tour that is called
at the specified Event time for the indicated monitor (MON) on
the indicated day of the week. The entries for a new Event
Timer are defaulted to 0, no System Tours called to monitors.
Move the cursor to the time location under the menu title.
Enter the hours (for example, 07).
Press the ACK key.
Enter the minutes (for example, 11).
Press the ACK key. This moves the cursor to the EDIT
TIMER line item in the EVENT TIMER menu.
To program a System Tour for callup by an Event Timer:
Note: A maximum of 35 Event Timers can be programmed.
If a time is entered for a 36th event, the message “EVENT
TABLE FULL” is displayed. An existing Event Timer
can be cleared to make room for a newly created table (see
CLEAR TIMER menu command, page 4-11).
1. Move the cursor to the desired day of week and MON
(monitor) position.
2. Enter the System Tour number to call to this monitor.
3. Press the ACK key.
Note: Entering 00 is a “no-action” command while 65 is a
“hold monitor at current camera” command.
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Alarm Monitor/Contact (ALM ) callup
NEXT TIMER
Five Monitor/Contact Tables can be programmed to define
which alarm contacts are armed for each monitor in the system
(see page 4-26 for Monitor/Contact Table programming). The
first table, Table 0, defines the current (active) system
monitor/contact arming state. Monitor/Contact Tables 1 - 4 are
called to the current Monitor/Contact Table by the Alarm
Monitor/Contact (ALM) settings of the Set Event Timer menu.
Place cursor on the NEXT TIMER line and press the ACK key
to scroll through the programmed Event Timers.
Each entry in the ALM line identifies a Monitor/Contact Table
that is called at the specified Event time on the indicated day of
the week. The table called up becomes the active system
Monitor/Contact Table (Table 0), replacing the current
monitor/contact arming state.
This command deletes the current Event Timer.
The ALM entries for a new Event Timer are defaulted to zero,
no callup of Monitor/Contact Tables.
To define Monitor/Contact Table callup by an Event Timer:
1. Move the cursor to the day of week in the ALM line.
2. Enter the Monitor/Contact Table number (0 - 4) desired.
This calls up that Monitor/Contact Table for the entire
system, at the specified day and Event time.
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
no callup, use the current Monitor/Contact Table.
calls up the Monitor/Contact Table 1.
calls up the Monitor/Contact Table 2.
calls up the Monitor/Contact Table 3.
calls up the Monitor/Contact Table 4.
S
01
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
ALM
0
1. Place cursor on CLEAR TIMER line.
2. Press the ACK key. Time reverts back to 24:00 with an
ILLEGAL TIME display.
ENABLE/DISABLE TIMER
Initially, the Event Timer is in a disabled state. You can either
ENABLE or DISABLE the timer. The selected menu line in
the EVENT TIMER menu is always opposite to the current
state. The ACK key switches between the two states and
toggles the menu line.
DISABLE TIMER
1. Place cursor on the DISABLE TIMER line.
2. Press the ACK key. The Event Timer is now disabled and
the menu line changes to ENABLE TIMER.
ENABLE TIMER
Example: The following Event Timer is set for 7:11, to callup
System Tours 01 through 06 to Monitor 001 on Sunday
through Friday respectively, and to callup Monitor/Contact
Table 1 on Monday and Table 2 on Saturday.
MON
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
CLEAR TIMER
This command disables current Event Timer, but retains data.
3. Press the ACK key.
SET EVENT TIMERS
T I M E - 0 7 : 11
D AY O F W E E K
M
T
W
T
02 03 04 05
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
00 00 00 00
Each programmed Event Timer shows the time of the event
and its disabled/enabled state.
This command enables the Event Timer.
1. Place the cursor at the ENABLE TIMER line.
2. Press the ACK key. The Event Time is now enabled and
the menu line changes to DISABLE TIMER.
CHANGE TIMER TO HH:MM
F
06
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
1
0
0
0
0
PREVIOUS MENU
This command changes the time for the current Event Timer.
S
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
1. Place cursor on CHANGE TIMER TO HH:MM line.
2. Enter the correct hour.
3. Press the ACK key. The correct hour appears in the upper
left-hand timer display.
4. Enter the correct minute.
5. Press the ACK key. The correct minute appears in the
upper left-hand timer display.
PREVIOUS MENU - This command in the EVENT TIMER
menu returns to the SYSTEM menu.
2
The PREVIOUS MENU line in the SET EVENT TIMER
menu returns to the EVENT TIMER menu.
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3
4
5
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S E T T I M E A N D D AT E
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
SET ALARM CONTACTS
The SET ALARM CONTACTS menu is used to associate
cameras to alarm contacts (see Alarms, Appendix pages A-3 to
A-7). A maximum of 1024 entries are allowed. Each Alarm
Contact Number (ACN) is associated with a camera number,
dwell time, and optional preset, auxiliary, and connect next for
salvo call on alarm.
This menu has multiple pages, with 16 ACN’s per page. Refer
to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
.
0016
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE
AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
02
00
0 0008
02
00
0 0016
02
00
0 PREVIOUS MENU
DWL (Dwell Time) - Dwell Time sets the amount of dwell for
the camera. The dwell time may be from 1 to 60 seconds in
one second increments. An entry of 61 will “HOLD” the
current camera displayed.
PRE (Preset) - If presets have been defined for the camera,
the preset scene specified in this entry is called automatically
when the camera associated with that entry is displayed on
alarm receipt. If a preset is not desired, enter a zero.
AUX (Auxiliary) - If the camera site is equipped with a
Receiver that has Auxiliary relays, an auxiliary can be
activated automatically on alarm receipt. If no auxiliary action
is desired, enter a zero in this field.
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
CN (Connect Next) - Connect Next selects the next camera in
the table for simultaneous callup when the alarm contact is
received. A selection of No (“N”), Yes (“Y”), Salvo (“S”), or
Wired (“W”) can be chosen.
• If “N” is selected, the Connect Next feature is not initiated.
The next ACN entry in the table is used for an alarm contact.
N
Note: Alarm Contact Numbers 1 through 1024 are defaulted
to cameras 1 through 1024. Dwell Times are defaulted to
two seconds, presets are defaulted to no preset scene callup
(0), auxiliaries are defaulted to no action (0), and Connect
Nexts are defaulted to no connect (N).
ACN (Alarm Contact Number) - Each of the 1024 ACN
entries is unique and consists of a camera number, dwell time,
preset, auxiliary, and connect next that are activated when this
contact is received. The same camera may be associated with
different ACN’s with different dwell times, presets, etc.
CAM (Camera) - This identifies the camera that is called to
the monitor armed for this ACN (Monitor/Contact Access
Menu, page 4-26) when the alarm contact is received. If the
CN field is “S”, the CAM entry is associated with System
Salvos, and the Camera number is a System Salvo number.
• If “Y” is selected, the Connect Next feature calls the next
table entry to the next contiguous monitor, for the dwell time
specified by the first camera entry; the next ACN is no
longer active and cannot be used for an alarm contact. (The
last entry of a Y set must have an “N” or “S” CN entry.)
• If “S” is selected, a pre-programmed System Salvo is called.
The System Salvo number is specified in the CAM entry.
• If “W” is selected, the Connect Next feature activates all
ACN entries in a contiguous set when that alarm contact is
received; each ACN entry in the contiguous set is still active
for the associated alarm contact. (The last entry of a Wired
set must have an “N” or “S” CN entry.)
In addition, each CN selection in a contiguous set (Wired
set) may include an “*” symbol. This indicates that when a
manual Acknowledge is received for the associated ACN, all
alarm contacts in that Wired set are cleared.
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the SYSTEM Menu.
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PROGRAMMING THE ALARM CONTACTS
Example: To set a dwell time of 30 seconds for ACN 007.
To select an Alarm Contact for programming:
- Move the cursor to the desired Alarm Contact Number
(ACN) line of the menu (from 1 to1024).
ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
.
0016
See page 4-3 for cursor movement and paging instructions.
CAM (Camera)
To associate a specific camera with an ACN:
1. Move the cursor to the CAM column and the appropriate
ACN entry.
2. Enter the desired camera number.
3. Press the ACK key. The selected camera number will
appear under the CAM heading.
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
02
00
0 0008
02
00
0 0016
02
00
0 -
0016
02
00
0 -
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PREVIOUS MENU
If presets, auxiliary actions, or salvo (CN) are not required,
repeat the CAMERA and DWELL TIME steps in the above
paragraphs for as many alarm contact number entries as
desired.
Example: To associate camera 17 for callup with ACN 0007.
ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
.
0016
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
30
00
0 0008
02
00
0 -
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
PRE (Preset)
If presets are desired for the camera:
1. Position the cursor to the PRE column and desired ACN
line.
2. Enter the preset number (from one to 72). Zero represents
no preset call for this entry.
3. Press the ACK key. The preset number will appear under
the PRE heading.
N
PREVIOUS MENU
Example: To set preset 05 for camera 17 (for ACN 0007).
DWL (Dwell Time )
To set a dwell time for the camera:
1. Move the cursor to the DWL column and the appropriate
ACN entry.
2. Enter the desired dwell time, from 1 to 60. If 61 is entered,
the dwell time is set to a hold condition for the particular
camera.
3. Press the ACK key. The dwell time will appear under the
DWL heading.
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ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
.
0016
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
30
05
0 0008
02
00
0 0016
02
00
0 PREVIOUS MENU
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
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Enter a number for one of the following selections and
press the ACK key. (The second number of each selection
adds the “*” feature to the CN selection, e.g., 8 = W*.)
AUX (Auxiliary)
If an auxiliary action is desired for an ACN entry:
1. Move the cursor to the AUX column and desired ACN.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the available auxiliaries
actions. Press the NEXT key to accept the displayed
selection.
or
Enter one of the following auxiliary selection numbers and
press the ACK key. The auxiliary selection will appear in
the AUX column.
1 = 1 ON
2 = 2 ON
3 = 3 ON
4 = 4 ON
5 = 1 OFF
6 = 2 OFF
7 = 3 OFF
8=0-
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
30
05
1 ON
0008
02
00
0 0016
02
00
0 PREVIOUS MENU
If Connect Next (Y) is selected, the dwell times for the salvo
group is controlled by the first entry of the group. The dwell
time for all but the first entry in the salvo group may be left
blank. All entries in a connect next sequence should have the
CN value set to Y, except the last entry which is set to N or S.
If System Salvo (S) is selected, the CAM number for this entry
line must be set to the desired System Salvo number.
Example: To set Aux 1 ON for ACN 007.
ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
.
0016
1, 5 = N, no connect next
2, 6 = Y, connect the next entry in a salvo
3, 7 = S, call a System Salvo
4, 8 = W, activate all contiguous ACN entries
If Wired (W) is selected, all contiguous Wired ACN entries in
the table are activated when any alarm contact of the set is
received. Each ACN in the set is then handled as a separate,
active alarm for the monitor it is armed to.
CN
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
- All contiguous ACN entries in a Wired set must have the
CN value set to W, except the last entry which is set to N or
S. The last entry (N or S) is also activated as part of the
Wired set. More than one Wired set may be specified in the
ACN table; an alarm contact received in one Wired set does
not activate any other alarm contacts in other Wired sets.
N
Note: Different alarm contacts entries (ACNs) may be
associated with the same camera, with different auxiliary
and preset scene calls. If more than one of these alarm
contacts is received during the same time period, the system
will activate each preset and auxiliary for the same camera
in the order that the alarms are received, stopping at the
preset and auxiliary of the last received alarm contact.
In this instance, the operator may not see the first preset or
auxiliary action(s).
- The “*” symbol may be added to any entry in a Wired set.
When the operator manually Acknowledges the associated
ACN, all alarm contacts in the Wired set are cleared. A
manual Acknowledge for any ACN which does not include
the “*” will clear that ACN only. Any or all ACN entries in
a Wired set may include this symbol in the CN field.
Note: If Pseudo numbers are used, the CAM number switches
between Pseudo numbers when N, Y, or W is selected
and Real numbers when S is selected.
Example: Define ACN 001 as the start of a 3 camera salvo,
and ACNs 006 - 008 as a Wired set. Manual acknowledge
of ACN 007 clears all three ACNs in this set.
CN (Connect Next)
For salvo switching on alarm contact receipt:
1. Position the cursor to the desired CN column and ACN.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the available CN
selections: N, Y, S, W, N*, Y*, S*, and W*. Press the
NEXT key to accept the displayed selection.
or
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ACN
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
.
0016
A L A R M C O N TA C T S E T U P
CAM
DWL PRE AUX
0001
02
00
0 0002
02
00
0 0003
02
00
0 0004
02
00
0 0005
02
00
0 0006
02
00
0 0017
30
05
1 ON
0008
02
00
0 0016
02
00
0 PREVIOUS MENU
CN
Y
Y
N
N
N
W
W*
N
N
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SYSTEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
S E T T I M E A N D D AT E
S E T S Y S T E M TO U R S
S E T S Y S T E M S A LV O S
SET EVENT TIMERS
S E T A L A R M C O N TA C T S
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
RETURN MAIN
MONITOR STATUS
The MONITOR STATUS display provides information about
the 128 monitors connected to the system. This menu has
eight pages with 16 monitors displayed per page. See page 4-3
for menu paging instructions.
Example: The following is an example of a Monitor Status
display, with a Video Loss Detector module enabled.
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
MON
001
002
003
004
005
.
.
.
016
M O N I TO R S TAT U S
MON
001
002
003
004
005
.
.
.
128
CAM
0024
0001
0032
0001
0001
STS
R
H
A
R
S
TO U R
02
--05
--
0001
H
-A C K TO E X I T
VIDEO
V S
Y Y
Y Y
Y Y
Y Y
Y Y
Y
STS
R
H
A
R
S
TO U R
02
--05
--
0001
H
-A C K TO E X I T
VIDEO
V S
Y Y
Y N
N N
Y Y
Y Y
Y
Y
Y
Information regarding each monitor (MON) pertains to the:
• CAM - Camera number currently displayed on the
monitor
• STS - Monitor status display codes indicate either:
H=
R=
A=
S=
CAM
0024
0001
0032
0001
0001
Hold
Run
Alarm
Salvo
• TOUR - Tour currently running on the monitor
• VIDEO - Camera Video Loss display codes indicate the
following for video (V) or sync (S) signals:
The above example shows that:
• Monitor 1 is currently displaying camera 24, is in a Run
status, and is running tour 02.
• Monitor 2 is currently displaying camera 01, is in a Hold
status, and there is a loss of sync on the camera.
• Monitor 3 is currently displaying camera 32, is in a Alarm
status, and there is a loss of video and sync on this camera.
• Monitor 4 is currently displaying camera 01, is in a Run
status, and is running tour 05.
• Monitor 5 is currently displaying camera 01 and is in a
Salvo status.
Press the ACK key to exit the Monitor Status display and
return to the SYSTEM menu.
Y = signal present
N = loss of signal
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M O N I TO R - 0 0 1
ARM TYPE ###
TO U R - - D AT E / T I M E T I T L E D I S P L AY CAM TITLE LCK MON TITLE LCK D I S P L AY S TAT U S -
ACK -
RETURN MAIN
MONITOR
To set up a block of monitors:
The MONITOR menu is used to review and change each
monitor's setup programming.
To select a Monitor for review or programming:
1. Place the cursor on the MONITOR line.
2. Enter the monitor number on the keypad and press the ACK
key to move to the ARM TYPE field.
ARM TYPE - This entry indicates the current alarm display,
queuing, and removal arming type for this monitor. The
default ARM TYPE is DIS (disarmed). The arming type can
also be set by keyboard commands, page 3-5. ARM TYPE
cannot be set or changed if any alarm contacts are active.
1. Select each monitor via the MONITOR line.
2. Select a block ARM TYPE (e.g., BSI) for this monitor.
3. Select the block number for this monitor.
To add monitors to the block, repeat for each monitor, using
block arming codes with identical alarm removal methods
(e.g., BSI and BHI), and identical block numbers.
Example: Block #007 contains monitors 1-3.
To set or change a Monitor Arming Code:
1. Position the cursor to the ARM TYPE line.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the Arming Codes until
the desired code is shown, then press the NEXT key.
or
To select a specific Arming Code, enter the code number on
the keypad and press the ACK key .
The cursor moves to the Block number field only if a Block
arming code is selected (Block Sequence or Block Hold). If a
non-Block arming code is selected the Block number defaults
to pound symbol (###) and the cursor moves to the ACK field.
### (Block number) - The block number associates monitors
together to form a monitor “block” for alarm callup. A
monitor block may consist of any system monitors and need
not be contiguous. When a block ARM TYPE is selected
above, the cursor is moved to the Block number field and a
default block number is automatically indicated.
To change/select a block number for this monitor:
1. Enter the desired block number on the keypad.
2. Press the ACK key to save the block number and move to
the ACK field.
Refer to Alarms descriptions, Appendix pages A-3 to A-7, for
arming alarm contacts to monitor blocks.
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M O N I TO R - 0 0 1
ARM TYPE - BHI
007
TO U R - - D AT E / T I M E T I T L E D I S P L AY CAM TITLE LCK MON TITLE LCK D I S P L AY S TAT U S RETURN MAIN
ACK -
M O N I TO R - 0 0 2
ARM TYPE - BHI
007
TO U R - - D AT E / T I M E T I T L E D I S P L AY CAM TITLE LCK MON TITLE LCK D I S P L AY S TAT U S RETURN MAIN
ACK -
M O N I TO R - 0 0 3
ARM TYPE - BHI
007
TO U R - - D AT E / T I M E T I T L E D I S P L AY CAM TITLE LCK MON TITLE LCK D I S P L AY S TAT U S RETURN MAIN
ACK -
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ACK - Enable/disable Manual Clear (Acknowledge). Enables
or disables the Manual Clear feature for Instant and Auto Clear
arming codes (see Alarm Clearance, Appendix page A-4).
Press the ACK key to toggle between YES (Enable) or NO
(Disable) (cannot be set to NO when a Manual Clear code is
selected). Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection. This
code must be programmed after the monitor is armed with an
ARM TYPE (page 4-16).
TOUR - Indicates the System Tour (1 - 64) associated with
this monitor; “--” indicates a Monitor Tour. Enter a System
Tour number and press the ACK key to lock in the selection.
DATE/TIME - Indicates if the date/time display is ON or
OFF for this monitor. Press the ACK key to toggle between
ON or OFF. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection.
Monitor Arming Codes
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
First Monitor
Arm Type
TITLE DISPLAY - Indicates if the title display is ON or OFF
for this monitor. Press the ACK key to toggle between ON or
OFF. Press the NEXT key to lock in selection.
13
CAM TITLE LCK - Freezes the on-screen Camera Title
display. Press the ACK key to toggle between LOCKED or
UNLOCKED. Press NEXT key to lock in the selection.
15
• UNLOCKED - Normal operation. Allows updating of the
Camera Title display with each camera switch.
• LOCKED - Freezes the 16-character alphanumeric title
that is on the monitor on-screen display.
14
16
DHI
DSI
DHA
DSA
DHM A*
DSM A*
DIS
• The Manual Clear/Acknowledge feature can be enabled or
disabled for any Instant Clear and Auto Clear arming code.
This must be done after a monitor is armed with one of
these codes. See the ACK entry of the Monitor menu:
- ACK Enabled (YES) - When enabled, the letter “A” is
displayed after the arming code (e.g., SSI A).
- ACK Disabled (NO) - When disabled, the letter “A” does
not appear after the arming code.
• UNLOCKED - Normal operation. On-screen Camera
Number and Status for that monitor updates at each event.
• For codes 13 - 15, the second (Sequence) monitor is
selected automatically (the next numeric system monitor)
when the first (Hold) monitor is armed.
• LOCKED - Camera Number and Status currently displayed
on the monitor is placed into a locked state.
DISPLAY STATUS - Indicates if the current tour sequencing
status is Hold or Run. Press the ACK key to toggle between
Hold or Run. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection.
Disarm monitor
Second Mon
Arm Type
Monitor Arming Code notes:
MON TITLE LCK - Freezes the on-screen Camera Number
and Status display. Press the ACK key to sequence through
LOCKED, UNLOCKED, or CAMERA STATUS. Press the
NEXT key to lock in the selection.
Note: To completely lock the on-screen display, place both
Camera Title and Monitor Title into LOCKED state.
Hold and Sequence,
Instant Clear
Hold and Sequence,
Auto Clear
Hold and Sequence,
Manual Clear
Arm Type
SSI
SSA
SSM A*
SHI
SHA
SHM A*
BSI
BSA
BSM A*
BHI
BHA
BHM A*
* The Manual Clear/Acknowledge feature is always enabled.
Caution: Once a title is locked it never changes on that
monitor, even if the video is switched. The Camera number
and Status switch, but the 16-character title does not.
• CAMERA STATUS - Camera Status for that monitor is
placed into a locked state.
Description
Sequence, Instant Clear
Sequence, Auto Clear (after 20 seconds)
Sequence, Manual Clear (ACK key)
Hold, Instant Clear
Hold, Auto Clear
Hold, Manual Clear
Block Sequence, Instant Clear
Block Sequence, Auto Clear
Block Sequence, Manual Clear
Block Hold, Instant Clear
Block Hold, Auto Clear
Block Hold, Manual Clear
See the Appendix, pages A-3 to A-7, for further definition of
each Monitor Arming Code.
The RETURN MAIN line of the Monitor menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
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CAMERA
1
2
PSEUDO
TITLE
RETURN MAIN
CAMERA MENU
The CAMERA menu is used to re-assign camera numbers, to
program camera titles, and to setup camera Video Loss
Detection modes. Each entry of the Camera menu brings up
another menu, as shown below and on page 4-19.
The Pseudo camera numbers default to the Real video input
BNC numbers, 1 - 1024. The Pseudo numbers may be
changed to any numerical value from one to 9999. This allows
groups of cameras to be associated by numerical value.
The RETURN MAIN line of the Camera menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
For example: A 2-story building has ten cameras per floor.
Floor 1 cameras may be assigned numbers 100 through 110.
Floor 2 cameras may be assigned numbers 200 through 210.
PSEUDO
To Assign/Change a Pseudo Camera Number:
Use the PSEUDO menu to assign specific (Pseudo) camera
numbers that are different from the actual camera number. The
actual (Real) camera number is the number associated with the
individual input BNC on the rear panel of each 2050 switching
bay Video Input Module.
1. Position the cursor to the desired REAL # line for the
desired camera number to be changed.
2. Enter the new PSEUDO number (1 - 9999) assigned to this
REAL number.
3. Press the ACK key.
This menu has multiple pages, with 16 camera numbers per
page. See page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
Note: Selecting a PSEUDO number that is already assigned to
another real camera number results in a switch of the
two numbers.
ASSIGN PSEUDO CAMERAS
CAMERA
REAL #
PSEUDO #
0001
0001
0002
0002
0003
0103
0004
0104
0005
0105
0006
5006
0007
0207
0008
0208
.
.
.
0016
0016
PREVIOUS MENU
For example: If REAL # 0001 is assigned PSEUDO #
0025, then REAL # 0025 is automatically reassigned to
PSEUDO # 0001.
Note: On a system reset (page 3-2) all PSEUDO numbers are
reset to match the REAL camera numbers.
To locate a Pseudo number in the menu:
1. Enter the desired Real camera number on the keypad.
2. On a 1678CM keyboard, press either the OFF or ARM key
in the Camera section of the keyboard.
or
On a 2078 keyboard, press either PAGE up/down button in
the IRIS section of the keyboard.
The Pseudo Camera menu then displays the page containing
the desired Real number.
The PREVIOUS MENU line of the Pseudo Camera menu
returns to the CAMERA menu.
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CAMERA
1
2
PSEUDO
TITLE
RETURN MAIN
TITLE
To select the camera video loss mode:
The Camera Title menu permits programming a 16-character
alphanumeric title for each camera for its on-screen display.
This menu also allows selection of the video loss detection
mode for each camera input, if a Video Loss Detector module
is present and setup for a port (see Ports menu, page 4-20).
CAMERA - 0001
VIDEO LOSS - OFF
TITLE AMERICAN
DYNAMICS
1. Place the cursor at the VIDEO LOSS line. This line is
displayed in the Camera Title menu only if a Video Loss
Detector module is present and setup to a port (page 4-20).
2. Enter the number of the desired video loss detection mode
on the keypad and press the ACK key to set the mode. The
mode selections are:
1 - OFF, loss detection disabled
2 - SYNC ONLY, sync loss detection enabled
3 - VIDEO LOW, sync and low picture content video
loss detection enabled
4 - VIDEO MED, sync and medium picture content
video loss detection enabled
5 - VIDEO HIGH, sync and high picture content video
loss detection enabled
or
Press the ACK key to cycle through the loss detection
modes. Press the NEXT key to save the selected mode.
(see * note below)
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZab
cdefghijklmnop
qrstuvwxyz❚ 012
3456789<>:-./;
PREVIOUS MENU
To select a camera for programming:
1. Place the cursor at the CAMERA number line.
2. Press the ACK key to cycle through the available camera
numbers until the desired number is shown, then press the
NEXT key to move to the VIDEO LOSS or TITLE line.*
or
Enter the desired camera number on the keypad and press
the ACK key to select a specific camera and move the
cursor to the VIDEO LOSS or TITLE line. *
* The cursor moves to the VIDEO LOSS line only if a Video
Loss Detector module is present and set up to a port. If not,
the VIDEO LOSS line is not displayed and the cursor
moves to the TITLE section.
Note: Two cursors exist in the TITLE section of this menu.
One cursor indicates position in the title; the other indicates
the alphanumeric characters to be selected. The NEXT key
is used to move the cursor within the title. The joystick is
used to move the cursor within the selectable letters,
numbers, and symbols.
The video loss detection mode may also be set by keyboard
actions (page 3-3).
To enter or edit the camera title:
1. Use the NEXT key to place the cursor at the TITLE lines.
2. To edit an existing title, use the NEXT key to move the
cursor within the title to the character to be changed.
Note: In order to change a character that has already been
programmed, begin from the first entry and proceed through
the text until the desired character location is reached. You
cannot backspace through the title.
3. Use the joystick to move the alphanumerics cursor to the
desired letter, number, or symbol.
4. Press the ACK key to acknowledge and place the selected
character within the title.
5. Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4 using the joystick and the ACK key
to “key-in” the desired title.
The PREVIOUS MENU line of the Title menu returns to the
CAMERA menu, page 4-18.
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PORT - 01
BAUD - 1200
D ATA B I T S - 8
PA R I T Y - N O N E
S TO P B I T S - 1
P O RT U S E - K E Y B O A R D
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PORTS
PARITY - Selects the parity for that port. The selections are:
The PORT menu is used to configure baud rates, data bits,
parity, stop bits, and port use for each of the ten RS-232 ports.
Note: Once the connections and selections for the port have
been made, do not change the settings, i.e., baud rate,
parity, or port use, unless the connected devices (baud
rate, parity) are changed as well.
To select a Port Number:
1. Place the cursor to the PORT line.
2. Enter the desired port number (1 - 10) on the keypad.
3. Press the ACK key.
1. Press the ACK key to cycle through the parity selections.
2. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection and move to
the next field.
or
1. Enter 1-3 on the keypad and press the ACK key to lock in
on a selection and automatically move to the next field.
STOP BITS - Selects the number of stop bits for the data
word for the selected port.
All fields in the menu are toggle fields; the ACK key cycles
through the possible selections.
BAUD - Selects the baud rate for the selected port. The baud
rate selections are:
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
1 = NONE
2 = ODD
3 = EVEN
300
1200
2400
4800
9600
1. Press the ACK key to toggle the two selections, 1 or 2.
2. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection and move to
the next field.
Note: Start bits is set at “1” and can not be changed.
PORT USE - Determines the use or the device connected to
the port. The port use selections are:
1. Press the ACK key to cycle through the baud rates.
2. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection and move to
the next field.
or
1. Enter 1-5 on the keypad and press the ACK key to lock in
on a selection and automatically move to the next field.
DATA BITS - Selects the number of data bits of the data word
for the selected port.
1. Press the ACK key to toggle the two selections, 7 or 8.
2. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection and move to
the next field.
123456-
ALARM
KEYBOARD
TERMINAL
PRINTER
AUX
VIDEO LOSS
1. Press the ACK key to cycle through the port use selections.
2. Press the NEXT key to lock in the selection and move to
the RETURN MAIN line.
or
1. Enter 1 - 6 on the keypad and press the ACK key to lock in
the selection and move to the RETURN MAIN line.
The RETURN MAIN line of the Port menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
See page 4-27 for explanation of the various Port Use types.
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PORT USE Types
ALARM - Used for an Alarm Interface Unit connection for input of alarm codes to the 1996R CPU. Each alarm event message
sent to this port generates an output message to a serial printer via the PRINTER port (see below).
KEYBOARD - Enables keyboard (or computer) control inputs to the port. For this use set Data Bits to 8, Parity to NONE, and
Stop Bits to 1. When a Port Expander is used, the port baud rate must be set to 4800, and the keyboards set to 1200.
TERMINAL - Used to upload and download setup information for the 1996R CPU from a PC. Select the Terminal option when
using the 1996R SW13 software package. To obtain consistent performance from a PC, a 4800 baud rate is recommended.
PRINTER - Outputs messages of all Alarm and Video Loss events, both occurrence and removal, to a serial printer.
The ALARM event message format is as follows:
05-MAR-1993 13:23:26 CONTACT 0001 CAMERA 0001 MONITOR 0001 CONTACT OPENED
Date of Event
Contact Number
that caused Alarm
Time of Event
Alarm Status:
Monitor Number
armed for that contact
Alarm Status
Camera Number associated with that contact
CONTACT OPENED - indicates the alarm contact has been cleared
TIMED OUT - indicates the alarm was removed by timeout (Auto Clear)
ACKNOWLEDGED - indicates the alarm was removed by operator Acknowledge
When an alarm first occurs, Alarm Status is blank.
The VIDEO LOSS message format is as follows:
05-MAR-1993 13:23:26 CAM 0001 VIDEO YES
Date of Event
Camera Number
that lost video
Time of Event
SYNC YES SET LOW
Video Loss
Video Loss Detection Mode
Sync Loss
Video Loss:
VIDEO YES - indicates that the video signal is present
VIDEO NO - indicates that there is no video signal
VIDEO LOST - indicates that the video signal was just lost
VIDEO RESTORED - indicates that the video signal was just restored
Sync Loss:
SYNC YES - indicates that the sync signal is present
SYNC NO - indicates that there is no sync signal
SYNC LOST - indicates that the sync signal was just lost
SYNC RESTORED - indicates that the sync signal was just restored
Video Loss Detection Mode:
SET OFF - video loss detection is currently disabled
SET LOW - sync and low picture content video loss detection enabled
SET MEDIUM - sync and medium picture content video loss detection enabled
SET HIGH - sync and high picture content video loss detection enabled
SET SYNC ONLY - sync loss detection only enabled
In addition, the following message is printed when the VLD module is cleared, by the “108 F2” command (see page 3-3):
05-MAR-1993 13:23:26 REAL CAMERA INPUTS nnnn TO nnnn DISABLED
(Where the nnnn TO nnnn indicates the group of cameras that were cleared.)
VIDEO LOSS - Enables communication with a Video Loss Detector module via the port. Each video loss message sent to this
port from the VLD module generates an output message via the PRINTER port (see above).
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ACCESS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R / C O N TA C T A C C E S S
RETURN MAIN
ACCESS
KEYBOARD/MONITOR
The ACCESS menus define system partitioning which controls
operator keyboard access to monitors, cameras, pan/tilts, and
alarms. System partitioning is used to segment the Matrix
Switching System for the individual installation.
This menu defines the Keyboard-to-Monitor access which
prevents selected keyboards from accessing selected monitors.
The codes for each entry in the menu are:
All Access menus are displayed in multiple pages, both
vertically and horizontally. See page 4-3 for cursor positioning
and paging instructions.
Keyboard numbering
Y = keyboard has access privilege to monitor
N = keyboard does not have access to monitor
The Keyboard/Monitor menu has multiple pages with eight
monitors per page vertically, and eight keyboards per page
horizontally. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
Ten RS-232 ports are provided on the rear of the 1996R. It is
possible to expand the ten ports, with 1981 Port Expanders, to
a maximum of 40 keyboard ports. For proper keyboard
numbering, verify if a port expander is used with each port.
MON
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
• For ports with port expanders, each port is designated for
four keyboards. Port 1 is for keyboards 1-4, port 2 is for
keyboards 5-8, port 3 is for keyboards 9-12, etc.
• If port expanders are not used, each port uses the lowest
assigned keyboard number. Port 1 is for keyboard 1, port 2
is for keyboard 5, port 3 is for keyboard 9, etc.
07
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
08
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
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The above example menu indicates that:
The following table shows these keyboard numbers.
Port
Port 1
Port 2
Port 3
Port 4
Port 5
Port 6
Port 7
Port 8
Port 9
Port 10
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARDS
01 02 03 04 05 06
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
• All keyboards can access monitor 1.
• Keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can not access monitor 2.
• Only keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can access monitor 3.
Keyboard Numbers
With Expander
Without Expander
1-4
1
5-8
5
9-12
9
13-16
13
17-20
17
21-24
21
25-28
25
29-32
29
33-36
33
37-40
37
The Keyboard/Monitor menu entries are set default to Y, all
keyboards have access privilege to all monitors.
To change the access to a monitor from any keyboard:
The RETURN MAIN line of the Access menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
1. Position the cursor to the monitor and keyboard location
that is to be changed on this menu.
2. Press the ACK key. When the ACK key is pressed the
current setting toggles between Y = access, N = no access.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any additional changes desired.
4. Position the cursor at the PREVIOUS MENU line.
5. Press the ACK key to return to the main ACCESS Menu.
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ACCESS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R / C O N TA C T A C C E S S
RETURN MAIN
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
This menu defines the Keyboard-to-Camera viewing access,
which prevents selected keyboards from calling up selected
cameras for viewing on any monitor. (If you can't view the
camera you also can't control it.)
In this menu it is the keyboard which controls what can be
viewed on a monitor. The codes for each entry in the menu
are:
Y = keyboard has access privilege to view a camera
N = keyboard does not have access to view a camera
The Keyboard/Camera View menu has multiple pages with
eight cameras per page vertically, and eight keyboards per page
horizontally. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
CAM
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARDS
01 02 03 04 05 06 07
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N N
N N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
08
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
The Keyboard/Camera View menu entries are set default to Y,
all keyboards have access privilege to to view all cameras.
To change the access to a selected camera from a keyboard:
1. Position the cursor to the camera and keyboard location that
is to be changed.
2. Press the ACK key. When the ACK key is pressed the
current setting toggles between Y = access, N = no access at
the cursor location.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any additional changes desired.
4. Position the cursor at the PREVIOUS MENU line.
5. Press the ACK key to return to the main ACCESS Menu.
Following programming by this menu, if the user attempts to
call a camera from a keyboard which has been set to no access
(“N”) for this camera, the message “NO CTRL” is displayed in
the on-screen video status line.
This Camera View lockout also prevents specified keyboards
from control access (page 4-24) to the same cameras.
Note: Cameras that do not have viewing access from a
keyboard should not be placed in a System Tour. If the
keyboard calls a System Tour that contains a camera
that is intended to be “locked out”, it will be viewed
during a System Tour.
PREVIOUS MENU
The above example menu indicates that:
• All keyboards have access to call camera 1.
• Keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can not call camera 2.
• Only keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can call camera 3.
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ACCESS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R / C O N TA C T A C C E S S
RETURN MAIN
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
This defines the Keyboard-to-Camera control access which
prevents selected keyboards from controlling remote functions
on selected cameras. This feature only prevents control, it
does not prevent camera viewing. (Any camera that is locked
from a keyboard viewing access, page 4-23, would also be
locked from that keyboard for control.)
In this menu it is the keyboard which controls which camera
can be controlled. The codes for each entry in the menu are:
Y = keyboard has access privilege to control a camera
N = keyboard does not have access to control a camera
The Keyboard/Camera Control menu has multiple pages with
eight cameras per page vertically, and eight keyboards per page
horizontally. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
CAM
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CTRL
KEYBOARDS
01 02 03 04 05 06 07
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N N
N N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
The Keyboard/Camera Control menu entries are set default to
Y, all keyboards have access privilege to control all cameras.
To change the control access on selected cameras for selected
keyboards:
1. Position the cursor to the monitor and keyboard location
that is to be changed.
2. Press the ACK key. When the ACK key is pressed the
current setting toggles between Y = control, N = no control
at the cursor location.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any additional changes desired.
4. Position the cursor at the PREVIOUS MENU line.
5. Press the ACK key to return to the main ACCESS Menu.
08
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
PREVIOUS MENU
The above example menu indicates that:
• All the keyboards can control camera 1.
• Keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can not control camera 2.
• Only keyboards 1, 2, and 3 can control camera 3.
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ACCESS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R / C O N TA C T A C C E S S
RETURN MAIN
MONITOR/CAMERA ACCESS
This defines the Monitor/Camera access which prevents
selected monitors from viewing selected cameras.
In this menu it is the monitor which controls what can be seen
on itself. If access is denied, that camera can not be called to
that monitor from a keyboard. The codes for each entry in the
menu are:
Y = monitor has access privilege to view a camera
N = monitor does not have access to view a camera
The Monitor/Camera Access menu has multiple pages with
eight cameras per page vertically, and eight monitors per page
horizontally. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
CAM
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R
001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
The Monitor/Camera Access menu entries are set default to Y,
all monitors have access privilege to view all cameras.
To change the access for viewing a selected camera on any
monitor:
1. Position the cursor to the camera and monitor location that
is to be changed.
2. Press the ACK key. When the ACK key is pressed the
current setting toggles between Y =view, N = no viewing at
the cursor location.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any additional changes desired.
4. Position the cursor at the PREVIOUS MENU line.
5. Press the ACK key to return to the main ACCESS Menu.
Note: If the keyboard calls a System Tour that contains a
camera that is intended to be “locked out”, it will not be
viewed during a System Tour.
PREVIOUS MENU
The above example menu indicates that:
• All the monitors can view camera 1.
• Monitors 1, 2, and 3 can not view what is on camera 2.
• Only monitors 1, 2, and 3 can view what is on camera 3.
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ACCESS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
K E Y B O A R D / M O N I TO R
KEYBOARD/CAMERA VIEW
KEYBOARD/CAMERA CONTROL
M O N I TO R / C A M E R A A C C E S S
M O N I TO R / C O N TA C T A C C E S S
RETURN MAIN
MONITOR/CONTACT ACCESS
This menu defines which alarm contacts are armed for each
monitor in the system. Refer to Alarms, Appendix page A-3,
for information on alarm contact arming and programming.
The Monitor/Contact Tables are set default to N, no contacts
are armed/associated with any monitors. When any keyboard
Monitor Arming commands are performed (see page 3-5),
Monitor/Contact Table 0 is changed to reflect that command.
Five Monitor/Contact Tables can be programmed. The first
table, Table 0, is the current (active) system Monitor/Contact
arming status. It can be modified from this menu or by
keyboard commands (page 3-5). Monitor/Contact Tables 1 - 4
can be programmed by this menu only, and they are written
into (called to) the current Monitor/Contact arming table by
Event Timers only (page 4-10).
To select a Monitor/Contact Table for programming:
The title line of the Monitor/Contact Table menu indicates the
table which is being programmed. If this line displays two
dashes ( - - ), the current, active table is being programmed; if
a number (1 to 4) is displayed, the corresponding
Monitor/Contact Table is being programmed.
1. Position the cursor to the alarm contact (ACN) and monitor
entry and that is to be changed.
2. Press the ACK key. When the ACK key is pressed the
current setting toggles between Y = armed, N = not armed.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any additional changes desired.
4. Position the cursor at the PREVIOUS MENU line.
5. Press the ACK key to return to the main ACCESS Menu.
The codes for each entry in the menu are:
Y = Alarm Contact is armed/associated to this monitor
N = Alarm Contact is not armed for this monitor
The Monitor/Contact Table menu has multiple pages with eight
ACN’s per page vertically, and four monitors per page
horizontally. Refer to page 4-3 for menu paging instructions.
M O N C O N TA C T TA B L E - 1
M O N I TO R
ACN
001
002
003
004
0001
N
N
N
N
0002
N
N
N
N
0003
N
N
Y
N
0004
N
N
N
N
0005
N
N
N
N
0006
Y
N
N
N
0007
Y
N
N
N
0008
N
N
N
N
PREVIOUS MENU
The above example indicates for Monitor/Contact Table 1:
1. Place the cursor on the MON CONTACT TABLE title line.
2. Enter the table number, 1-4, on the keypad. If no number is
entered, the current active table is selected.
3. Press the ACK key.
To change the alarm contact arming of the selected table:
Note: DO NOT mix monitor salvos in alarm contact arming.
Monitors used for salvo alarms should not be programmed
for individual alarm contacts.
* Monitors armed to individual alarm contacts should not
be included in salvos that are armed to alarm contacts (via
either the Connect Next or Salvo selections in the Set
Alarm Contacts menu, page 4-12). Such monitors may be
armed to one or more other individual alarm contacts only.
* Monitors included in salvos armed to alarm contacts
(via the Set Alarm Contacts menu, page 4-12) should not be
armed to individual alarm contacts. Such monitors may be
included in other salvos armed for alarm contacts, as long
as all salvos are of equal length (i.e., the same number of
monitors in the salvos).
Note: When arming alarm contacts to a monitor block, arm
the contacts to the first monitor of the block only. DO NOT
arm any contacts to the remaining monitors of a block.
• Alarm 3 will activate monitor 3's ARM TYPE
• Either alarm 6 or 7 will activate monitor 1's ARM TYPE
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PRIORITY
1 . U S E R I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
2. SET KEYBOARD/USER
3. SET PRIORITY
RETURN MAIN
PRIORITY MENU
SYSTEM PASSCODE ENTRY
The Priority menu is used to:
Passcode entry is used as a security procedure to allow only
authorized personnel to operate the system. To enable the
passcode security feature, set USER IDS ENABLED to “Y” in
the User Identification menu, above.
• Enable (or disable) user identification for passcode entry into
the system.
• Set priority levels for keyboards or users.
• Set user passcodes.
• Configure each of the eight priority levels.
Note: If USER IDS is enabled, the #2 entry in the Priority
Menu indicates “SET USER” (page 4-28).
If USER IDS is disabled, the #2 entry in the Priority
Menu indicates “SET KEYBOARD” (page 4-28).
The RETURN MAIN line of the Priority menu returns to the
Main Selection menu, page 4-2.
USER IDENTIFICATION
When USER IDS is enabled, the user must have a user number
and a passcode to gain control of the system through a
1678CM or 2078 keyboard. The passcode entry system allows
a maximum of 64 users with a separate passcode for each user
(see SET USER menu, page 4-28).
Passcode Logon
When the keyboard is initialized and USER IDS is enabled, the
keyboard displays the letters “UC” (Usercode) in the
CAMERA display section.
To logon with a user passcode:
The User Identification menu is used to enable or disable the
system passcode entry procedure.
1. Enter the user number (1-64).
2. Press the ACK key. The system then prompts for the
passcode by displaying “PSC”.
3. Enter the user's passcode, a maximum of six digits.
U S E R I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
(The default passcode for user #1 is 914365.)
USER IDS ENABLED? N
PREVIOUS MENU
The System Passcode Entry Procedure allows only authorized
personnel to operate the system. The setting for USER IDS
ENABLED does not take effect until the user exits the menu
programming mode.
To Enable or Disable User Identification:
1. Move the cursor to the USER IDS ENABLED line.
2. Press the ACK key. The ACK key toggles between:
“N” for no user passcode and
“Y” for yes user passcode.
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the PRIORITY menu.
4. Press the ACK key.
5. If an incorrect passcode is entered a bell is sounded (if
enabled) and “UC” is displayed again. Press the CLEAR
key and repeat steps 1 through 4.
6. If the passcode verifies, dashes are displayed on the
keyboard MONITOR and CAMERA displays (-- ---). This
confirms that the keyboard is connected into the system and
that a monitor can be called to the keyboard.
The keyboard displays a series of dashes when the passcode
has been entered correctly, or UC, if the passcode was entered
incorrectly. The user passcode may be cleared by pressing
CLEAR key. The user may then re-enter the passcode.
Passcode Logoff
When the user session has completed it is advisable to log off.
To log off enter “99” on the keypad and press the “F1” key on
the keyboard.
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PRIORITY
PRIORITY
1 . U S E R I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
2. SET KEYBOARD
3. SET PRIORITY
1 . U S E R I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
2. SET USER
3. SET PRIORITY
RETURN MAIN
RETURN MAIN
SET KEYBOARD
SET USER
If USER IDS is disabled (page 4-27), the SET KEYBOARD
menu is used to set a priority level for each of the 40
keyboards. Each priority level is defined through the Set
Priority menu, page 4-29.
If USER IDs is enabled, the SET USER menu is used to set a
priority level and passcode for each of 64 users. Each priority
level is defined through the Set Priority menu, page 4-29.
SET USER
SET KEYBOARD
USER # 01
PRIORITY LEVEL: 8
PA S S C O D E
KEYBOARD - 01
PRIORITY LEVEL: 8
PREVIOUS MENU
PREVIOUS MENU
Select the keyboard to be setup:
Define the User to be selected:
1. Place the cursor at the KEYBOARD line.
2. Enter the desired keyboard number (1 - 40).
3. Press the ACK key to accept the keyboard number and
move the cursor to the next line, PRIORITY LEVEL.
1. Place the cursor at the USER line.
2. Enter the user number (1-64) to be defined.
3. Press the ACK key to accept the user number and move to
the next menu line, PRIORITY LEVEL.
To set a keyboard priority:
To set a user priority:
1. Enter a number from 1 (lowest priority) to 8 (highest
priority). A keyboard of higher priority can capture control
of cameras from keyboards with lower priority levels.
2. Press the ACK key to lock in the priority level and move to
the PREVIOUS MENU line.
1. Enter a priority number from 1 (lowest priority) to 8
(highest priority). A user of higher priority can capture
control of cameras from users with lower priority levels.
2. Press the ACK key to accept the priority level and move to
the next menu line, PASSCODE.
Note: All keyboards default to level “8” priority.
To set a passcode:
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the PRIORITY menu.
1. Enter a maximum of six digits at the keyboard.
2. Press the ACK key. The system then prompts to verify the
passcode by displaying “VERIFY PASSCODE”.
3. Re-enter the same six-digit code.
4. Press the ACK key.
5. If the verification code is not the same as the original code,
the following error message is displayed:
**ERROR - REENTER PASSCODE**.
Repeat steps 1 through 4.
6. If the verification code does verify, the cursor automatically
is moved to the PREVIOUS MENU line item.
See page 4-3 for cursor positioning instructions.
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the PRIORITY menu.
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PRIORITY
1 . U S E R I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
2. SET USER
3. SET PRIORITY
RETURN MAIN
SET PRIORITY
The SET PRIORITY menu is used to define the configuration
for each of the eight priority levels. All levels default to the
same configuration. Each priority level can be configured as
desired. Once the levels have been defined, the desired
priority level may be applied to individual users and/or
keyboards.
Press the ACK key to toggle between ENABLED (Y) or
DISABLED (N) in each of the following menu lines.
SET PRIORITY
SYSTEM RESET - If enabled, the selected priority level can
reset the system by keyboard commands. See System Reset,
page 2-4, for the keyboard commands.
LEVEL
ADD USER
SYSTEM RESET
LOCK CAM ABILITY
UTILIZE V/C ACCESS
MENU ACCESS
C H A N G E PA R A M E T E R S
ADD USER - If enabled, it allows a new user to be added.
The USER IDS must be enabled, see page 4-27. Also, see Set
User Menu, page 4-28.
LOCK CAM ABILITY - If enabled, the selected priority
level can lock the control of a camera by keyboard commands.
See Camera Lockout, page 3-3 for these keyboard commands.
UTILIZE/OVERRIDE VIEW CONTROL - The following
two menu functions toggle between each other.
PREVIOUS MENU
UTILIZE V/C ACCESS - If enabled, the system uses the
access tables for system partitioning and the selected
priority level cannot override the access tables. If disabled,
the menu line displays “OVERRIDE VIEW CONTROL”.
Each level consists of the following user function definitions:
Add User, System Reset, Lock Cam Ability, Override
View/Control, Menu Access, and Change Parameters. Each
function is either enabled (Y) or disabled (N).
OVERRIDE VIEW CONTROL - If enabled, the selected
priority level can override the Camera View and Control
Access Tables. If disabled, the menu line displays
“UTILIZE V/C ACCESS”.
LEVEL - Selects one of eight priority levels to define.
To configure a Priority Level:
1. Move the cursor to the LEVEL line.
2. Select a priority level number (1-8).
3. Press the ACK key to select this priority level and move to
the next menu line item.
See page 4-3 for cursor positioning instructions, to move to a
selected menu line item within each level.
MENU ACCESS - If enabled, the selected priority level has
access to the programming menus through the keyboard. This
function must be enabled to enable Change Parameters, below.
CHANGE PARAMETERS - If enabled, the selected priority
level can change system data through the menus. If Menu
Access (above) is disabled for this priority level, Change
Parameters is disabled and cannot be enabled.
PREVIOUS MENU - Returns to the PRIORITY menu.
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Appendix
Alarms ........................................................................................ A-3
Programming Overview........................................................ A-3
Alarm Receipt................................................................. A-3
Alarm Arming and Response.......................................... A-3
Alarm Display Indicators................................................ A-3
Alarm Audio Indicators .................................................. A-3
Alarm Print Messages..................................................... A-3
Monitor Arming Code ......................................................... A-4
Alarm Display Methods.................................................. A-4
Alarm Queuing Methods ............................................... A-4
Alarm Clearance Methods .............................................. A-4
Alarm Arming Notes ............................................................ A-5
Associating Alarms with Camera Salvos ....................... A-5
Associating Alarms with Monitor Blocks ...................... A-5
Monitor Block Queuing for Single Cameras .................. A-5
Monitor Block Queuing for Camera Salvos ................... A-5
Auxiliary and Preset Alarm Callups ............................... A-5
Wired Alarm Contact Sets .............................................. A-5
Monitor Arming Codes - Arm Types.................................... A-6
On-Screen Status Displays ......................................................... A-8
American Dynamics Keyboards ................................................. A-9
Computer Control of 1996R CPU ............................................ A-10
Keyboard Auxiliary Key Code Functions ................................ A-11
A-1
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APPENDIX
ALARMS - PROGRAMMING OVERVIEW
2. Associate Alarm Contacts with Monitors:
An ALARM is a signal generated by an external device that is
connected to an AD Matrix Switching System, either directly
or through an Alarm Interface Unit. External alarm signals can
be generated in different manners, such as opening a locked
door or window, or detecting a moving object. All types of
alarm signals are referred to as alarm contacts by the 1996R
CPU. Each external alarm contact is assigned an alarm contact
number (ACN) at the source. A maximum of 1024 alarm
contacts can be programmed for response by the 1996R CPU.
Each alarm contact (ACN) must be associated with a
monitor or a monitor block for callup when that alarm is
received. Refer to the Monitor/Contact Access menu, page
4-26, to associate ACNs to monitors. Each monitor or
monitor block can be associated with more than one ACN
by this menu, allowing multiple alarms to be queued and
sequenced on a single monitor or block of monitors.
When ACNs are associated with monitor blocks, the ACNs
must be associated to the first monitor of a block only (see
Monitor Blocks, page A-5 of this Appendix.)
Alarm Receipt
External alarm contact signals are received by 1996R CPU
control ports via RS-232 communication from Alarm Interface
Units and/or external computers emulating the alarm codes.
To process alarm contact inputs, each port that is connected to
an RS-232 alarm input device must be set for Port Use of
ALARM. Refer to the Ports menu, page 4-20, to set Port Use.
3. Arm the Monitors:
Monitors are armed using a Monitor Arming Code which
identifies the alarm Display method (Single, Block, or Dual
monitors), alarm Queuing method (Sequence or Hold), and
the alarm Clearance method (Instant, Auto, or Manual
clear) for each monitor. These Monitor Arming Codes are
defined on pages A-6 and A-7. Multiple alarm arming
methods may be used to provide flexible responses to
alarms. Refer to Arming Monitors, page 3-5, or the
Monitor menu, page 4-16, to arm monitors.
Alarm Arming and Response
All alarm response actions operate by associating (arming)
cameras and monitors with alarm contacts. When a monitor is
armed for an alarm contact, the camera video associated with
that alarm contact is displayed when the alarm is received.
Individual camera inputs or camera salvos, each with preset
scene and auxiliary action, may be automatically called to
monitors or monitor blocks in response to alarm receipt.
In order to provide automatic video callup to monitors, the
system cameras and monitors must be armed for alarm
response. This includes associating alarm contacts to both
cameras and monitors, and specifying an Arming Code for
each monitor.
Three steps are required to arm the system for alarm response
(these steps may be performed on any order).
1. Associate Alarm Contacts with Cameras:
Each alarm contact (ACN) must be associated with a
camera or a camera salvo for automatic callup when that
alarm is received. Refer to the Set Alarm Contacts menu,
page 4-12, to associate cameras and camera salvos to each
ACN. Each camera or camera salvo can be associated with
more than one ACN by this menu, allowing multiple views
of a scene to be called on receipt of an alarm.
When camera salvos are associated with ACNs for callup,
monitor blocks must be associated with the same ACNs to
display the full set of cameras defined in the salvo (see
notes on Salvos and Blocks, page A-5 of this Appendix).
Alarm Display Indicators
During the period that an alarm is active and being displayed
on an armed monitor, the monitor Status Line shows the
uppercase word “ALARM”. If a camera salvo is called in
response to an alarm, the monitor displaying the first camera of
the salvo shows the word “ALARM” in its Status Line, and the
monitors displaying the remaining cameras of the salvo show
the word “SALVO” in their Status Lines.
Alarm Audio Indicators
The 1678CM and 2078 keyboards can be programmed to
provide an audio tone when an alarm is received. When the
audio tone is enabled at a keyboard and a armed monitor is
called to that keyboard, the audio tone is sounded when the
associated alarm is first received. Refer to Audio Alarm
Programming, page 3-6, to enable or disable the audio tone.
Alarm Print Messages
When a 1996R CPU RS-232 port is set for PRINTER Port
Use, a print format message is generated via this port for all
alarm events, including the receipt of the alarm contact and the
clearance of the alarm. The alarm message formats are shown
on page 4-21. Refer to the Ports menu, page 4-20, to set Port
Use.
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APPENDIX
ALARMS - MONITOR ARMING CODE
The Monitor Arming Code identifies the alarm Display,
Queuing, and Clearance methods for the monitor.
Alarm Display Methods
The Alarm Display method specifies the way that video armed
for an alarm is displayed on multiple armed monitors. There
are three Alarm Display methods: Single, Block, or Dual.
Single - The camera video associated with an alarm is
displayed only on the monitor to which it is associated.
Multiple alarms received for the same monitor are held in a
queue for display in accordance with the Queuing method.
Block - The camera video associated with an alarm is
displayed on the block of monitors to which it is associated.
The video for the first alarm received is placed on the first
monitor of the block (the lowest numbered system monitor
of the block), the video for the second alarm on the second
monitor, and so on through the last monitor of the block.
When all monitors are displaying alarms and no alarms
have been cleared, subsequent alarms are held in queue for
display in accordance with the Queuing method.
Dual - The camera video associated to an alarm is displayed
on the two monitors to which it is associated, a Hold and a
Sequence monitor. The Hold monitor displays and holds
the first alarm received (Hold Queuing). Subsequent alarms
are queued for display on the Sequence monitor (Sequence
Queuing). Once an alarm is cleared from the Hold monitor,
the next alarm queued on the Sequence monitor is moved to
the Display monitor. When an alarm is moved to the Hold
monitor, it is removed from the Sequence monitor.
Alarm Queuing Methods
The Alarm Queuing method defines the way the armed
monitor handles multiple alarms. An alarm contact must be
associated with at least one camera and one monitor, and at
least one monitor must be armed. When an alarm is received
that is properly armed, the system creates an alarm queue entry
for every monitor or group of monitors that is associated to the
alarm contact. If an alarm contact is not associated to at least
one camera and one monitor, it is ignored by the system.
There are two Queuing methods: Sequence or Hold.
Hold - The camera video associated with the first alarm
received is displayed and held on the armed monitor.
Subsequent alarms are held in a queue. The first alarm is
held on the monitor until it is cleared by the system. The
next queued alarm is displayed and held on the armed
monitor after the currently displayed alarm is cleared. All
alarms are displayed in the chronological order in which
they were received.
Alternately, an alarm that is currently held on the monitor
can be shifted back to the queue by pressing the NEXT key.
The next queued alarm is then displayed and held.
Alarm Clearance Methods
The Alarm Clearance method defines the way an alarm is
cleared/removed from the system. The clearing of an alarm is
accomplished by one of three methods: Instant Clear, Auto
Clear, or Manual Clear. These clearance methods remove the
alarms from the system and return the monitors to their
original operating states.
Instant Clear - Clears the alarm automatically when the
alarmed condition is removed. To clear the alarm, reset
(clear) the associated alarm contact at its source. All
alarmed camera inputs remain queued on their armed
monitors as long as the contact remains active. When the
contact is reset, the armed camera input is automatically
removed from the armed monitor(s) it is queued on.
Auto Clear - Clears the alarm automatically 20 seconds after
the alarmed condition is removed. To clear the alarm, reset
the associated alarm contact. All alarms remain on their
respective monitors as long as the contact remains active.
When the contact is reset, after a 20 second delay the armed
camera is automatically removed from the armed monitor(s)
it is queued on. This 20 second delay is intended to catch
any momentary type alarms. If the alarm contact clears and
then is set again within the 20 seconds, the alarm remains in
the system without being cleared.
Manual Clear - The operator clears the alarm via a keyboard
while the alarmed input is displayed or after the ACN is
called to the monitor (see Acknowledging an Alarm, page
2-4). All alarms remain queued on their respective
monitors until the alarm is manually acknowledged. When
the alarm is acknowledged, the alarmed camera is removed
from the armed monitor(s) it is queued on.
Sequence - The camera video inputs associated with each
queued alarm are displayed on the armed monitor in
sequence, at a programmed dwell time between each
alarmed video, until cleared by the system. The dwell time
between each camera video display is programmable for
each ACN by the Set Alarm Contacts Menu, page 4-12.
Alternately, the alarmed camera that is currently displayed
on the monitor can be shifted back to the queue before the
completion of the dwell time by pressing the NEXT key.
If an alarm contact is armed for more than one monitor,
when it is acknowledged on any monitor it is acknowledged
for all armed monitors. If the ACN is programmed in a
Wired Set with a “*” CN code, when it is acknowledged all
alarms in the set are cleared.
Note: If the Dual alarm display method is used, call the
Hold monitor to manually acknowledge an alarm.
The different Arming Codes are described on page A-6 to A-7.
A-4
APPENDIX
arming codes may be intermixed within a block to provide
varied viewing patterns.
ALARMS - ARMING NOTES
Associating Alarms with Camera Salvos
Each alarm contact may be associated with a camera salvo for
callup when the alarm is received. Camera salvos can be
defined either by the System Salvo menu, page 4-8, or by the
Connect Next feature of the Alarm Contacts menu, page 4-12.
To call camera salvos, the alarm contacts must be associated to
a monitor block that contains sufficient monitors for the
number of cameras in the salvos (see Monitor Block, below).
Monitor Block Queuing For Camera Salvos
The use of monitor blocks is required when camera salvos are
associated with alarm contacts in order to view all cameras in
the salvo. Any monitor block associated to the alarm contact
must include sufficient cameras for these camera salvos.
Block Sequence and Hold queuing may be mixed in a monitor
block, but there are restrictions on the way these codes are set.
• To arm a monitor block for Hold queuing with salvos, arm
all monitors in the block to Block Hold.
Note: If there are more cameras in the salvo than monitors in
the block, the cameras at the end of the salvo with no
matching monitors are not shown.
• To arm a monitor block for Sequence queuing with salvos,
arm the first monitor of the block for Block Sequence, and
the remaining monitors in the block for Block Hold.
When camera salvos are called to a monitor block, several
alarm response actions are restricted.
• During display in Sequence or Hold method, the keyboard
must call the first monitor of the block displaying the salvo
to shift the salvo back to the queue with the NEXT key.
• Multiple camera salvos can be programmed for simultaneous
Sequence display within a monitor block. First, identify
separate, contiguous subsets of monitors for salvo displays.
Then, arm the first monitor of each subset to Sequence and
the remaining monitors in each subset to Hold. All subsets
should contain a sufficient number of monitors to display the
largest salvo that could be called to this block.
Associating Alarms with Monitor Blocks
Auxiliary and Preset Alarm Callups
Each alarm contact may be associated with a block of monitors
for display of associated camera video inputs when the alarm is
received. Monitor blocks permit the distribution of multiple
alarms over several monitors for simultaneous viewing.
Multiple alarm contacts may be associated with the same
camera, with different auxiliary and preset calls (see Set Alarm
Contacts menu, page 4-12). If more than one of these alarm
contacts is received during the same time period, the system
will activate each preset and auxiliary for the same camera in
the order that the alarms are received, stopping at the preset
and auxiliary of the last received alarm contact. In this
instance, the operator may not see the first preset or auxiliary
action(s).
• If the first monitor of the block is armed or enabled for
Manual Clear, the keyboard must call the first monitor of
the block displaying the salvo to acknowledge the salvo.
• The desired monitor block(s) must be defined first, using the
Monitor menu, page 4-16.
- The ARM TYPE (Monitor Arming Code) for each
monitor in a block must be set to a Block code.
- The alarm Clearance method for the block is set by the
arming code for first monitor of the block only.
- The Queuing method may be set as desired for each
monitor of the block (see below).
• Associate alarm contacts with the first monitor of the
monitor block only, using the Monitor/Contact Access menu,
page 4-26 (or keyboard commands, page 3-6).
Wired Alarm Contact Sets
Contiguous alarm contacts may be grouped into Wired sets
(Set Alarm Contacts menu, page 4-12). All contiguous Wired
ACNs are activated when any alarm contact of the set is
received. Each ACN in the set is then handled as a separate,
active alarm for the monitor it is armed to, in accordance with
the Arming Code armed for each monitor.
Note: Do not arm any contacts to the remaining monitors
of a block.
Monitor Block Queuing For Single Cameras
For alarm contacts that are associated with single camera
callups only, there are no restrictions on the type of alarm
queuing used in a block. Both Block Sequence and Hold
A-5
• If the associated monitor is armed for Instant or Auto clear,
each alarm in the set is cleared automatically when the
source alarm is cleared.
• If the associated monitor is armed for Manual clear, each
alarm in the set must be manually acknowledged, or the “*”
feature of the Alarm Contact CN field (see page 4-12) may
be used to clear all alarms in the Wired set.
APPENDIX
ALARMS - MONITOR ARMING CODES - ARM TYPES
The following are the available Monitor Arming Codes for the
1996R CPU. Each is identified by the code number, in
parentheses, and the ARM TYPE letter codes that are
displayed in the Monitor menu, page 4-16.
SINGLE Display, SEQUENCE Queuing
(1) SSI - Single alarm monitor, all armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and sequenced on the monitor. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue when the alarm
closure is restored.
(1) SSI A - Single alarm monitor, all armed/alarmed contacts
are queued and sequenced on the monitor. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue when the alarm
closure is restored or when the user acknowledges the
alarm.
(2) SSA - Single alarm monitor, all armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and sequenced on the monitor. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue 20 seconds after the
alarm closure is restored.
(2) SSA A - Single alarm monitor, all armed/alarmed contacts
are queued and sequenced on the monitor. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue 20 seconds after the
alarm closure is restored or when the user acknowledges
the alarm.
(3) SSM - Single alarm monitor, all armed/alarmed contacts
are queued and sequenced on the monitor. The alarmed
contacts are removed only when the user acknowledges
the alarm.
SINGLE Display, HOLD Queuing
(4) SHI - Single alarm monitor, armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and the first alarmed contact is displayed and held
until cleared. The alarmed contacts are removed from the
queue when the alarm closure is restored.
(4) SHI A - Single alarm monitor, armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and the first alarmed contact is displayed and held
until cleared. The alarmed contacts are removed from the
queue when the alarm closure is restored or when the user
acknowledges the alarm.
(5) SHA - Single alarm monitor, armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and the first alarmed contact is displayed and held
until cleared. The alarmed contacts are removed from the
queue 20 seconds after the alarm closure is restored.
(5) SHA A - Single alarm monitor, armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and the first alarmed contact is displayed and held
until cleared. The alarmed contacts are removed from the
queue 20 seconds after the alarm closure is restored or
when the user acknowledges the alarm.
(6) SHM - Single alarm monitor, armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and the first alarmed contact is displayed and held
until cleared. The alarmed contacts are removed only
when the user acknowledges the alarm.
BLOCK Display, SEQUENCE Queuing
(7) BSI - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. When all monitors have alarms, alarmed
contacts sequence evenly on all monitors. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue when the alarm
closure is restored.
(7) BSI A - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. When all monitors have alarms, alarmed
contacts sequence evenly on all monitors. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue when the alarm
closure is restored or when the user acknowledges the
alarm.
(8) BSA - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. When all monitors have alarms, alarmed
contacts sequence evenly on all monitors. The alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue 20 seconds after the
alarm closure is restored.
(8) BSA A - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. When all monitors have alarms, alarmed
contacts sequence evenly on all monitors. Alarmed
contacts are removed from the queue 20 seconds after the
alarm closure is restored or when the user acknowledges
the alarm.
(9) BSM - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. When all monitors have alarms, alarmed
contacts sequence evenly on all monitors. The alarmed
contacts are removed only when the user acknowledges
the alarm.
A-6
APPENDIX
BLOCK Display, HOLD Queuing
(10) BHI - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. Monitors display and hold the first
alarmed contacts. The alarmed contacts are removed
from the queue when the alarm closure is restored.
(10) BHI A - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. Monitors display and hold the first
alarmed contacts. The alarmed contacts are removed
from the queue when the alarm closure is restored or the
user acknowledges the alarm.
(11) BHA - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. Monitors display and hold the first
alarmed contacts. The alarmed contacts are removed
from the queue 20 seconds after the alarm closure is
restored.
(11) BHA A - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. Monitors display and hold the first
alarmed contacts. The alarmed contacts are removed
from the queue 20 seconds after the alarm closure is
restored or when the user acknowledges the alarm.
(12) BHM - Multiple monitor alarm block, all armed/alarmed
contacts are queued and displayed on monitors with no
existing alarms. Monitors display and hold the first
alarmed contacts. The alarmed contacts are removed
only when the user acknowledges the alarm.
DUAL Display, HOLD and SEQUENCE Queuing
(13) DHI/DSI - Two alarm monitors, the first armed/alarmed
contact is displayed on the Hold (DHI) monitor. All
subsequent armed/alarmed contacts are queued and
sequenced on the Sequence (DSI) monitor. Alarms are
removed from Sequence monitor queue when the alarm
closure is cleared. When the alarm closure on Hold
monitor is cleared, the oldest alarm contact on Sequence
monitor is moved to the Hold monitor and removed from
Sequence monitor.
(13) DHI A/DSI A - Two alarm monitors, the first
armed/alarmed contact is displayed on the Hold (DHI)
monitor. All subsequent armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and sequenced on the Sequence (DSI) monitor.
Alarms are removed from Sequence monitor queue when
the alarm closure is cleared, or when the user
acknowledges the alarm. When the alarm closure on
Hold monitor is cleared, or acknowledged by the user, the
oldest alarm on Sequence monitor is moved to the Hold
monitor and removed from Sequence monitor.
(14) DHA/DSA - Two alarm monitors, the first armed/alarmed
contact is displayed on the Hold (DHA) monitor. All
subsequent armed/alarmed contacts are queued and
sequenced on the Sequence (DSA) monitor. Alarms are
removed from Sequence monitor queue 20 seconds after
the alarm closure is cleared. When the alarm closure on
Hold monitor is cleared, and 20 seconds has expired, the
oldest alarm contact on Sequence monitor is moved to the
Hold monitor and removed from Sequence monitor.
(14) DHA A/DSA A - Two alarm monitors, the first
armed/alarmed contact is displayed on the Hold (DHA )
monitor. All subsequent armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and sequenced on the Sequence (DSA) monitor.
Alarms are removed from Sequence monitor queue 20
seconds after the alarm closure is cleared, or when the
user acknowledges the alarm. When the alarm closure on
Hold monitor is cleared and 20 seconds has expired, or
the alarm is acknowledged by the user, the oldest alarm
on Sequence monitor is moved to the Hold monitor and
removed from Sequence monitor.
(15) DHM/DSM - Two alarm monitors, the first
armed/alarmed contact is displayed on the Hold (DHM)
monitor. All subsequent armed/alarmed contacts are
queued and sequenced on the Sequence (DSM) monitor.
Alarms are removed from Sequence monitor queue only
when the user acknowledges the alarm. When the alarm
on Hold monitor is acknowledged by the user, the oldest
alarm contact on Sequence monitor is moved to the Hold
monitor and removed from Sequence monitor.
A-7
APPENDIX
ON-SCREEN STATUS LINE DISPLAYS
Setup/Programming
Operation
The following messages appear in the monitor on-screen Status
Line during certain non-menu programming functions.
The following messages appear in the monitor on-screen Status
Line during normal 2050 operation.
SUN, MON, TUE, WED, THR, FRI, SAT - displayed
during setup of Day of the Week, page 3-2. The
appropriate code is displayed after the day selection is
made.
ALARM - displayed while an armed alarm contact is active
(see Appendix page A-3). This message remains displayed
until the alarm contact is cleared or the alarm is manually
acknowledged, depending on the alarm clearance mode of
the monitor (see Appendix page A-4).
DELTD - displayed during Monitor Tour programming, page
3-4. This message indicates that a tour entry was just
deleted by the “0 - PROG” action.
TR CLR - displayed during Monitor Tour programming, page
3-4. This message indicates that the Monitor Tour was just
completely erased by the “62 - PROG” action.
nnnnE - displayed during Contact Arming, page 3-6. This
message indicates the alarm contact number and the letter
“E” for alarm contact enabled.
nnnnD - displayed during Contact Disarming, page 3-6. This
message indicates the alarm contact number and the letter
“D” for alarm contact disabled.
SSI, SSA, SSMA, SHI, SHA, SHMA, BSI, BSA, BSMA,
BHI, BHA, BHMA, DHI, DSI, DHA, DSA, DHMA,
DSMA, DIS - displayed during Monitor Arming, page 3-5.
The message code indicates the Arming Code that the
monitor is armed for. See Appendix pages A-6 and A-7 for
descriptions of these codes.
UFnan - displayed following entry of the “70 F2” code
combination on the keyboard. This message displays the
current software version number as the last digit of the
message (e.g., “UF3M2” is version 2 of the embedded
software).
ACK nn - displayed when the operator presses the ACK key
to start a System Tour, page 2-4. This message indicates
the System Tour number selected, and is displayed until the
first camera of the tour is called to the monitor.
nnF - displayed during System Tour operation, page 2-4. The
message shows the dwell time (nn seconds) of the currently
displayed camera, and the letter “F” for a tour running in a
Forward direction.
nnR - displayed during System Tour operation, page 2-4. The
message shows the dwell time (nn seconds) of the currently
displayed camera, and the letter “R” for a tour running in a
Reverse direction.
HOLD - displayed during a Tour hold, page 2-4. The
message indicates that the tour is on hold at the displayed
camera.
SALVO - displayed when a System Salvo has been called,
page 2-4. The message indicates that a System Salvo has
been called to this monitor.
LOCK - displayed under the following conditions (this
camera cannot be controlled by the keyboard while this
message is displayed):
- When another keyboard is controlling the same camera
(pan/tilt/lens/preset/aux), page 2-3.
- When the camera has been Locked Out by another
keyboard, page 3-3.
NO CTRL - displayed when a user tries to call a camera that
has been denied access from that keyboard (set to “N”) via
the Keyboard/Camera View access menu, page 4-23.
A-8
APPENDIX
AMERICAN DYNAMICS KEYBOARDS
Keyboard
Model Number
2078,
1678CM
1678CME
1677
1677E
1676B
1676BE
Type
Interface
System
RS-232
Sys Exec
RS-232
Operator
RS-232
Oper Exec
RS-232
5-Monitor
RS-232
5-Mon Exec
RS-232
Alarm Ack1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pan/Tilt Control2
Joystick*
None
Pushbutton None
Joystick
None
Variable Speed Pan/Tilt2
Yes*
No
No
No
No
No
Lens Control2
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Aux Controlled/Site2
4
4
4
None
4
None
Preset Setup2
72
No
No
No
No
No
Preset Call2
72
No
72
No
72
No
Camera/Monitor Selection
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Run Tours
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Alarm Arming
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Access Menus
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
User ID/Passcodes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
F1 & F2 Functions
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Power
Note 3
Note 3
Note 3
Note 3
Note 3
Note 3
Rack Mount Model4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
1
2
3
4
In systems with appropriate Alarm Software
Requires appropriate On-Site Receivers
Wall-type transformer supplied
For rack mount models add suffix R to the model number; (5.25" H)
* Vector Solving Joystick
A-9
APPENDIX
COMPUTER CONTROL OF THE 1996R CPU
ASCII/HEX Codes for System Control
The ten 1996R CPU control ports use asynchronous, full
duplex, RS-232 protocol. As shipped, all ports are set for
operation at 1200 baud with 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and no
parity. The 1996R ports are programmed for type of use, baud
rate, and communication parameters via the on-screen Ports
menu (page 4-20). For computer control of the 1996R, the
port must be set for “KEYBOARD” Port Use via this menu.
ASCII code is used for all system control commands to these
ports. The ASCII codes used to control the 1996R are
printable ASCII characters; these are shown in the table at the
right. Lower case ASCII letters a through d are used as
command terminators; these are shown in the table to the lower
right. The terminator codes identify the source of the
command; that is, which keyboard is connected to a 1981 Port
Expander (four keyboards may be connected via a Port
Expander).
The software XON/XOFF handshake codes, Control Q (DC1
or HEX 11) and Control S (DC3 or HEX 13), are supported.
Other ASCII control codes such as LF (HEX 0A) are ignored.
To request 2050 Switching System actions from a computer,
the computer must send the same characters that would be sent
from a keyboard for the desired actions. For example:
To call camera 25 to the current monitor, send the following
command sequence: 25, Camera, Terminator
(ASCII codes: 25 # a) or (HEX codes: 32 35 23 61).
To call preset scene 3 from that camera, send the following
command sequence: 3, Call Shot, Terminator
(ASCII codes: 3 \ a) or (HEX codes: 33 5C 61).
To request continuous system actions, such as pan, tilt, zoom,
or focus, repeat the command codes for that action, followed
by a terminator, for as long as the action is desired. The
command code sequence should be repeated approximately 15
times per second. For example:
To pan the camera to the right, repeat the following control
commands, 15 times per second, until the desired camera
position is reached: “Pan Right”, “Pan Right”, etc.
(ASCII codes: R a R a etc.) or
(HEX codes: 52 61 52 61 etc.)
To focus the lens on a closer object, repeat the following
control commands, 15 times per second, until the desired
focal length is attained: “Focus Near”, “Focus Near”, etc.
(ASCII codes: N a N a etc.) or
(HEX codes: 4E 61 4E 61 etc.)
1996R setup programming commands are not provided via
these codes. The optional software package 2050SW13 is
available for external setup programming from a PC.
Contact American Dynamics Applications Department for a
more detailed Applications note on ASCII remote control.
A-10
Command
ACK
ALARM NEW
ALARM OLD
ALARM CLEAR
AUX ON
AUX OFF
CALL SHOT
CAMERA
CAMERA ARM
CAMERA HOLD
CAMERA DISARM
FOCUS FAR
FOCUS NEAR
IRIS CLOSE
IRIS OPEN
LENS TELE
LENS WIDE
LOCKOUT CAMERA
MONITOR
MONITOR ARM
MONITOR DISARM
NEXT CAMERA
NO LOCKOUT
PAN LEFT
PAN RIGHT
PROGRAM
RUN SEQ
SALVO
SET SHOT
TILT DOWN
TILT UP
ZERO
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
FIVE
SIX
SEVEN
EIGHT
NINE
F1
F2
ASCII
_
E
G
I
A
B
\
#
(
H
)
F
N
C
O
T
W
K
M
[
]
+
J
L
R
P
S
$
^
D
U
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
%
`
HEX
5F
45
47
49
41
42
5C
23
28
48
29
46
4E
43
4F
54
57
4B
4D
5B
5D
2B
4A
4C
52
50
53
24
5E
44
55
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
25
60
ASCII/HEX Codes for Command Terminators
Function
KBD a
KBD b
KBD c
KBD d
ASCII
a
b
c
d
cr
HEX
61
62
63
64
0D
APPENDIX
KEYBOARD AUXILIARY KEY CODE FUNCTIONS
F1 - Special function key:
1-F1 - Unlocks the current camera
2-F1 - Locks the current camera
99-F1 - Logoff from passcode Logon
F2 - Special function key*:
5-F2 - Displays titles & date/time at the top of the screen
6-F2 - Returns display to its immediately previous position
60-F2 - Displays current day of week
61-F2 - Sets day of week to Sunday
62-F2 - Sets day of week to Monday
63-F2 - Sets day of week to Tuesday
64-F2 - Sets day of week to Wednesday
65-F2 - Sets day of week to Thursday
66-F2 - Sets day of week to Friday
67-F2 - Sets day of week to Saturday
7-F2 - Sets on-screen Time, Date, & Title display ON
8-F2 - Sets on-screen Time, Date, & Title display OFF
70-F2 - Displays software version number as last digit of the
code: “UF - - -” on the monitor status display
21-F2 - Sets time and date format to month/day/year
22-F2 - Sets time and date format to day/month/year
23-F2 - Sets time and date format to year/month/day
24-F2 - Steps through date formats
100-F2 - Sets video loss mode to OFF for called camera
101-F2 - Sets video loss mode to SYNC ONLY for camera
102-F2 - Sets video loss mode to VIDEO LOW for camera
103-F2 - Sets video loss mode to VIDEO MED for camera
104-F2 - Sets video loss mode to VIDEO HIGH for camera
105-F2 - Sets video loss mode automatically for called camera
106-F2 - Sets video loss mode automatically for all cameras
107-F2 - Updates video loss mode settings of all cameras from
1996R to the Video Loss Detection module
108-F2 - Clears the video loss mode for all cameras
109-F2 - Downloads video loss mode of called camera from
VLD module to 1996R
110-F2 - Downloads video loss mode of all cameras from VLD
module to 1996R
111-F2 - Prints current mode setting of called camera
112-F2 - Prints current mode setting of all cameras
1-F2 - Sets on-screen Time and Date display ON
2-F2 - Sets on-screen Time and Date display OFF
3-F2 - Sets Camera Title, Number, & Status display ON
4-F2 - Sets Camera Title, Number, & Status display OFF
41-F2 - Sets time and date format to month/day/year
42-F2 - Sets time and date format to day/month/year
43-F2 - Sets time and date format to year/month/day
44-F2 - Steps through date formats
45-F2 - Disables bell at keyboard for all RS-232 ports
46-F2 - Enables bell at keyboard for all RS-232 ports
47-F2 - Disables bell signal sent to one keyboard
48-F2 - Enables bell signal sent to one keyboard
55-F2 - When you enter this key combination it is implied that
you will also enter another 2-digit F2 combination
within three seconds:
99-F2 - System Reset
* The F2 key may be labeled EXT in some keyboards.
A-11
Typical System Connections
1676 Operator Keyboard
1678CM System Keyboard
2078 System Keyboard
1981 Port Expander
1696 Alarm Interface Unit
2096 Alarm Interface Unit
1985A Standby Hot Switch
2050 Switching Bay
2091 Code Generator
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1676 Operator Keyboard to 1996R
4
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG,
SHIELDED CABLE
1676
RCD
XMIT
4
5
3
6
3
2
7
2
1
8
HP0047
4
5
6
HP0047
7
Transformer
8
1
GND
JJ0007
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
120V
60HZ
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
10
1996R
NOTE : THESE CONNECTIONS ARE TYPICAL OF ONE KEYBOARD.
EACH RS232 PORT IS PROGRAMMABLE.
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1678CM System Keyboard to 1996R
A
6 4
5 1 2
5 1 2
1678CM
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG,
SHIELDED CABLE
RCD
XMIT
4
5
3
6
GND
S
DATA
W
RCD
B
DTR
GND
2
7
CTS
AC
1
8
XMIT
AC
GND
Transformer
HP0047
1678TB
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
120V
60HZ
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
10
1996R
NOTE : THESE CONNECTIONS ARE TYPICAL OF ONE SYSTEM KEYBOARD.
EACH RS232 PORT IS PROGRAMMABLE.
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
2078 System Keyboard to 1996R
Connection shown where distances between keyboard
and 1996R controller are less than seven feet
2078
Jumper wires
RCD
XMIT
JJ0007
5
4
5
3
6
2
7
3
6
GND
7
HP0082
TERMINAL BLOCK
4
1
8
8
Transformer
2
1
J1
J2
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
120V
60HZ
8
9
10
1996R
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
2078 System Keyboard to 1996R
Connection shown where distances between
keyboard and 1996R are over seven feet
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG,
SHIELDED CABLE
2078
JJ0007
5
XMIT
4
RCD
3
4
6
2
Transformer
7
GND
1
8
J1
5
3
6
2
7
1
8
J2
HP0047
HP0082
TERMINAL BLOCK
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
120V
60HZ
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
10
1996R
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1981 Port Expander to 1996R
A
1 6
12 8
12 8
1678CM
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG CABLE
KBD
d
1
2
6
3
7
4
GND
S
DATA
W
RCD
B
DTR GND
CTS
AC
XMIT AC
5
8
9
Transformer
1678TB
XMIT
KBD
a
1
2
6
3
7
1676
RCD
4
4
5
8
3
9
4
5
6
GND
7
8
2
1
Transformer
KBD
c
KBD
b
KBD
a
JJ0007
1981
TO
CPU
1
2
6
XMIT
RCD
3 4
7
8
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG, SHIELDED CABLE
5
3
9
4
5
6
2
7
8
1
GND
HP0047
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
120V
60Hz
6
7
8
9
10
1996R
1981 NOTE : KBD a - KBD d ARE INPUT PORTS WHICH MAY BE USED WITH ANY
AMERICAN DYNAMICS RS232 KEYBOARD.
1996A NOTE : THESE CONNECTIONS ARE TYPICAL OF ONE 1981 PORT EXPANDER .
EACH RS232 PORT IS PROGRAMMABLE.
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1696 Alarm Interface Unit to 1996R
S2
W BS
S1
J1
J6
J7
XMIT
1
RCD
2
6
3 4
7
8
5
9
S W B AC AC
4
5
3
6
THREE-WIRE, 18 AWG,
SHIELDED, CABLE
2
7
1
8
AUX START RELAY
OUTPUT
GND
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
120V
60Hz
10
1996R
NOTE: THESE CONNECTIONS ARE TYPICAL OF ONE ALARM INTERFACE UNIT.
EACH RS232 PORT IS PROGRAMABLE.
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
2096 Alarm Interface to 1996R
DRAWING ILLUSTRATES CONNECTIONS
BETWEEN UNITS THAT ARE LESS THAN
SEVEN FEET (7') APART
1
2
A
SELECT
ON
OFF
ABCDEFGH
POWER
2
3
A
A
4
5
ABCDEFGH
INPUT
A
6
5
A
7
8
A
A
6
A
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24
PRGM
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
OUTPUT A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
31 32 33 34 35 36
A
A
49 50 51 52 53 54
C
O
M
4
A
25 26 27 28 29 30
ON
OFF
ALARM
1
A
3
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
37 38 39 40 41 42
A
A
55 56 57 58 59 60
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
43 44 45 46 47 48
A
A
A
A
61 62 63 64
A
A
A
A
120V
60Hz
N N C
O C M
2096
JJ0007 Cable
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
120V
60Hz
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
9
10
1996R
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
2096 Alarm Interface to 1996R
DRAWING ILLUSTRATES CONNECTIONS
BETWEEN UNITS THAT ARE GREATER
THAN SEVEN FEET (7') APART
1
2
A
SELECT
1
ON
OFF
ABCDEFGH
POWER
A
A
4
5
A
6
A
A
A
25 26 27 28 29 30
ABCDEFGH
C
O
M
3
A
A
5
A
7
8
A
A
6
A
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18
A
A
A
A
A
OUTPUT A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
31 32 33 34 35 36
49 50 51 52 53 54
INPUT
4
19 20 21 22 23 24
PRGM
A
ON
OFF
ALARM
2
3
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
37 38 39 40 41 42
A
A
55 56 57 58 59 60
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
43 44 45 46 47 48
A
A
A
A
A
61 62 63 64
A
A
A
A
120V
60Hz
N N C
O C M
A
2096
JJ0007 CABLE
GND
HP0047 TERMINAL BOX
SHIELD
8
1
7
2
6
3
5
XMIT
4
RCD
XMIT
RCD
4
3
5
6
7
2
1
8
3-WIRE, 18 AWG, SHIELDED CABLE
GND
HP0047 TERMINAL BOX
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
8
120V
60Hz
9
10
1996R
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
1985A CPU Standby Hot Switch to 1996R
1676
4
4
5
3
6
HP0047
7
2
1
3
4
5
8
Data Line connections to Switching Bays
6
HP0047
2
Data Line 1
7
8
1
Data Line 2
JJ0007
PORT 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CODE
10
1
2
ALARM
SYS
CPU1
CPU2
1985A
JJ0007
PORTS
DATA LINE
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
120V
60Hz
8
9
10
1996R CPU 1
JJ0007
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
120V
60Hz
8
1996R CPU 2
9
10
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTION
2050 Switching Bay from 1996R
Data Line 1
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
120V
60Hz
8
9
10
1996R
NOTE: PROG MON SHOWN CONNECTED TO SWITCHING SYSTEM,
ALTERNATELY, A SEPARATE MONITOR COULD BE USED
177
177
161
145
1
129
113
97
81
65
49
33
17
1
T
E
S
T
/
IN
E DATA LINE
X
OUT
P
A
IN
N
S
SYNC
I
OUT
O
N
1
1
5
9
13
2
6
10
14
3
7
11
15
4
8
12
16
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
2050
16
75-Ohm Termination
NOTE: SINGLE 2050 BAY SHOWN FOR ILLUSTRATION;
ADDITIONAL BAYS CONNECTED TO DATA LINE OUT
FROM FIRST BAY, IN PLACE OF 75-OHM TERMINATION
TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
2091 Code Generator from 1996R
DATA LINE
PORTS
PROG MON
DO NOT CONNECT TO TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
!
6
7
120V
60Hz
8
9
10
1996R
Data Line 1
NOTE: Data Line from 1996R CPU may be
routed through 2050 Switching Bays before
2091 Code Generator
SELECT
CODE
1
2
PWR
DATA LINE
ABCDEF
ON
OFF
IN
ABCDEF
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
ABCDEF
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
ABCDEF
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
IN
ON
OFF
COM
1
OUT
2
OUT
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
2091
HIGH SPEED DATA OUT
TO ADDITIONAL 2091'S
OR SWITCHING BAYS
BWS BWS BWS BWS
18 AWG SHIELDED TWISTED PAIR,
BELDEN 8760 OR EQUIVALENT
B S W
NOTE : THESE CONNECTIONS ARE TYPICAL OF ONE RECEIVER.
UP TO THREE RECEIVERS MAY BE CONNECTED IN A
DAISY CHAIN CONFIGURATION FROM EACH CODE OUTPUT.
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer:
Sensormatic CCTV Systems Division
Manufacturer’s Address:
Sensormatic CCTV Systems Division
1 Blue Hill Plaza
Pearl River, New York, 10965 USA
Sensormatic CCTV Systems Division
600 Bradley Hill Road
Blauvelt, NY 10913 USA
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation
State Rd. 110 Km 5.8
Poblado San Antonio
Aguadilla P.R. 00690
Sensormatic Electronics Corporation (IRL) LTD
Melbourn Road, Bishopstown
Cork, Ireland
Declares, that the product(s) listed below:
Name/Type:
MegaPower II System CPU
Model Number:
ADS1996RX
comply with the EMC Standards EN55022 (Class B), EN50082-1, and also comply with the
following safety standard: EN60950.
Additional information:
These products herein, comply with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, and with the Low Voltage
Directive (LVD) 73/23/EEC. The equipment was tested in a typical configuration.
Pearl River, NY, USA
29 November, 1996
Ed Thompson
Engineering Manager
European Contact: Sensormatic GmbH
Am Schimmersfeld 7,
40880 Ratingen, Germany
SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Ratings:
AD1996R: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 4 W
ADS1996RX 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 125 mA
Size: 1.75" H x 19" W x 10.25" D (45 x 483 x 260 mm)
Weight: 10 lbs (4.5 kg)
An American Dynamics Product
Designed and built by
Sensormatic CCTV Systems Division
One Blue Hill Plaza
Pearl River, New York, 10965
(914) 624-7600
Technical Support Center 1-800-442-2225
FAX: 914-624-7685
8000-1739-01
December, 1996
OP1996RA
Printed in USA
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