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Dynamic Controller
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1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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replacement of the obsolete outlet.
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or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
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injury from tip-over.
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14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power- supply cord
or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CONTENTS
OPERATION....................................... 14
Operation the LG DVR.......................................14
INTRODUCTION................................... 5
About LKD1000 Controller..................................5
Features................................................................5
Identification of the Controller ..........................6
Operation the connected camera via the
DVR................................................................16
Operation of the camera connected to
the LKD1000 controller directly..................16
Camera Control Menu.......................................17
Camera Control menu overview....................17
HOOKUP AND SETTINGS................... 8
Preset Settings...............................................17
Auto Pan Setup and Activation......................23
Basic Connection Overview...............................8
RS-485 Connection..............................................9
Pattern Setup and Activation.........................24
Privacy Setup.................................................25
Connecting the LG DVR......................................9
Communication Settings................................26
Connecting the PTZ Camera............................10
Camera setup................................................29
Connecting the multiple LKD1000 controller.10
System Operation..............................................11
LKD1000 SETUP MENU.....................................11
Camera Control Function.................................32
Key Functions on the Setup menu................11
Pan/Tilt Control..............................................32
Change Password..........................................12
Lens Control...................................................32
About DVR.....................................................12
Protocol Function Table...................................33
About Camera................................................13
Specifications....................................................34
Change ID Setting..........................................13
Auto Lock Setting ..........................................13
Factory Reset.................................................14
About LKD1000..............................................14
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REFERENCE ..................................... 32
INTRODUCTION
About LKD1000 Controller
This controller is the brand of Camera and DVR Controlling Keyboard of LG in a surveillance system. You can
operate this system very easily and conveniently because of design structure based on biotechnology and
various functions for users. In addition, the controller can control using the functions of the LG Camera and LG
DVR system.
The description functions used in this manual are based on LG Multix protocol.
The description functions may differ from your protocol.
Features
The Dynamic Controller offers the following functions:
Z
User-friendly Graphical User Interface.
Z
Compatible with LG Dome Cameras, Zoom Cameras and LG DVRs.
Z
Joystick Control for PTZ Functions.
Z
Program Preset Position and Pattern Control (Memorize continuous series of Zoom In/Out, Pan/Tilt).
Z
Control Privacy Zone Masking of the camera.
Z
Easy Firmware Upgrade
(Please contact authorized service center or where you purchased to upgrade the firmware.)
Z
Ergonomic Design.
Z
Directly Control the camera connected to LG DVR by using BY-PASS function of LKD1000 controller.
Z
Connect maximum 16 controller by using cascade (Master 1, Slave 15)
Z
Support the use of multiple controllers by cascading.
Note:
The Dynamic Controller is not provided with functions to control the audio signal. Audio communication is not
possible, regardless of whether audio boards are installed in the receiver.
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Identification of the Controller
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aLG DVR Control Buttons
For details, see page 15.
bDisplay Window
Displays function menus, numeric input, and
system status.
cNumeric (0-9) and Arrow (left/right/up/down)
Buttons
Selects an option in the menu.
These buttons are used for numeric input of
preset numbers or for executing each parameter
on the Controller’s menu.
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dSetup Button
Opens controller’s main Setup menu in the
display window.
eCam OSD Button
Opens or closes the Camera’s Setup menu on
the screen.
fIn/Out Buttons
These buttons are used to zoom the camera
image In (TELE) and Out (WIDE).
gJoystick Controller
This joystick manually operates the Pan/Tilt Head
and turning the joystick head to the left or right
will zoom or widen the image. (The zooming level
will go up or down.)
hPTZ Camera Control Buttons
• PRESET Button
For details, see pages 17-23.
• A-PAN (Auto-Pan) Button
For details, see pages 23-24.
• PTRN (Pattern) Button
For details, see pages 24-25.
• ALARM Button
For details, see pages 22-23.
• FUNC Button
- In the LKD1000 setup menu:
> FUNC + Number 0: You can adjust the
brightness of the display window (4:
Decrease, 6: Increase).
- In the camera setup menu:
> FUNC + Number 1: If you use LG
Multix Protocol, you can set the parking
time to use the Auto Return function.
If you stop the preset tour, the preset
tour will automatically restarted after
the selected park time passes.
> FUNC + Number 6: If you use LG
Multix Protocol, press the button to
select the Focus mode (Auto, Manual
or PushAuto).
> FUNC + Number 9: If you use LG
Multix, LG Multix E or LG Zoom
Protocol, press the button to activate
auto focus. For using this function,
the camera's focus mode is set to one
push auto focus mode.
iCLR (CLEAR) Button
This button is used to return to the previous
menu or mode. Clears the parameter entered by
numeric buttons.
jENTER Button
This button is used to execute the currently
highlighted setting in the Setup menu.
kOpen/Close Buttons
The lens Iris is adjusted by pressing the Open or
Close button.
lNear/Far Buttons
These buttons are used to adjust the lens focus
of cameras equipped with the specified lens.
mRS-485 Data Ports (CH 2)
This port is used to connect the other LKD
1000 controller. If you want to use the multiple
LKD1000 controller, connect the RS-485 1CH of
the other LKD1000 controller to this port using the
RS-485 cable.
nRS-485 Data Ports (CH 1)
This port is used to exchange control data
through the connected camera and/or DVR via
the RS-485 cable or by connecting the master (or
the other) controller.
oRS-232C Port
This port is used only for authorized service purposes.
pDC 12V Input Jack (12V DC)
Connect a DC 12V Certified/Listed, class 2 power
supply only to the DC input terminal on the back
of the controller.
- FUNC + Number 2,3,5,7,8: These buttons
are not assigned.
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HOOKUP AND SETTINGS
Precautions
• The connections should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers in accordance with all
local codes.
• DC 12V can be used.
Basic Connection Overview
LKD1000
Controller 1
(MASTER)
DC 12V adaptor
(Not supplied).
To RS-485 2CH
terminal.
To RS-485 1CH
terminal.
RJ11 Cable
(Supplied)
LKD1000
Controller 2
(SLAVER)
DVR 1
DVR 2
DVR 3
Up to
16 DVRs.
LKD1000
Controller 3
(SLAVER)
LKD1000
Controller 4
(SLAVER)
Camera 1
Camera 2
Up to 16 controllers.
Up to 256 cameras.
Notes:
• Please refer to the LG DVR and Camera manuals as necessary for additional connection information.
• Set the DVR ID and Camera ID differently for each DVR and Camera if many DVRs or cameras are
connected to the LKD1000 controller.
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RS-485 Connection
Use this port to connect PTZ cameras or LG DVRs. Use the cable that is described below for RS-485 site
communication.
• Shielded, twisted pair cable
• Low impedance
• Wire gauge size is thicker than AWG #22 (0.33 mm2).
Connecting the LG DVR
You can connect up to 16 LG DVRs.
Connect the LG DVR to the RS-485 1CH terminal of the LKD1000 as shown below.
Notes:
• When connecting lines, connect the TX - of the LKD1000 controller to RX - (DATA2) of the LG DVR and TX
+ of the LKD1000 controller to RX + (DATA2) of the LG DVR correctly.
• Set the appropriate DVR system ID to operate via the LKD1000 Controller when using the multiple LG
DVR.
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Connecting the PTZ Camera
You can connect up to 256 PTZ cameras. Connect the PTZ Camera to the RS-485 1CH terminal of the
LKD1000 as shown below.
Connecting the multiple LKD1000 controller
You can connect up to 16 LKD1000 controllers. If you use the multiple LKD1000 controller, you must set the
LKD1000 ID. Set to 1 for master controller and set to the other ID number (2~16) for the slave controller. The
Slave LKD1000 controller can control the DVRs or cameras through the master LKD1000 controller. When
connecting multiple LKD1000 controllers, connect as shown below.
Master LKD1000 Controller
First Slaver LKD1000 Controller
To RS485 2CH
To RS485 1CH
To RS485 1CH
To LG DVRs or Cameras.
To RS485 2CH
To RS485 1CH
To RS485 2CH
Second Slaver LKD1000 Controller
Note:
When you turning off the slave LKD1000 controller, you should disconnect the RS485 cable
between the master LKD1000 controller and slaver LKD1000 controller to prevent a malfunction of
the master LKD1000 controller.
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System Operation
LKD1000 SETUP MENU
Before starting operation, user authentication by the
password is required.
The setup menu has several submenus. All of these
main menus are further divided into submenus.
1. Check that the LG DVR or the camera, the
monitor and peripherals are connected correctly
and securely.
2. Connect an DC 12V power source to the DC 12V
input terminal on the back of the controller.
3. Select a user by using the arrow (,//) buttons,
then press the ENTER button.
Press Setup to display the setup menu.
• Administrator: Unlimited operation of the unit.
Only administrator can access the LKD1000
setup menu and camera control menu.
• Operator: Limited operation of the unit.
(Emulate the DVR keys and PTZ function are
available.)
Key Functions on the Setup menu
• Setup button: To display the main menu.
• ENTER button: To execute or select modes and
parameters. To enter a submenu for the selected
item.
• CLR button: To return to the previous menu or to
delete input.
• Numeric buttons: Enter numbered value in a
menu.
• Arrow buttons: Choose an item in the menu.
LKD1000 Setup button
4. Enter your password using the number buttons
then press ENTER. (Initial password is “000000”.)
The main menu will appear in the display window.
Camera OSD button
ENTER button
Number and Arrow buttons
CLR button
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Change Password
• In case of Operator:
The factory default of password is “000000”.
However, for security, you should change the
password setting.
1. Select [Change Password] option then press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
2. Select the user to change the password and press
ENTER.
4. Enter new password using the number buttons
then press ENTER. Enter the password again
to confirm, and press ENTER. The password is
stored.
Notes:
3. Enter current password using the number
buttons then press ENTER. If you select
[Change Operator Password] option, enter the
administrator's password.
• In case of Administrator:
• You can enter the password from minimum 1-digit
number to 10-digit numbers.
• We recommend that you do not operate the
controller during saving the password.
About DVR
Select [ABOUT DVR] option then press ENTER.
Shows DVR information.
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About Camera
Auto Lock Setting
Select [ABOUT CAMERA] option then press ENTER.
Shows camera information.
The keys on the controller is locked when there is no
operation for selected duration on the [AUTO LOCK]
option. To release the Key Lock mode, you need to
enter the password.
Change ID Setting
• NONE: Auto Key Lock function is disable.
• After 1 min: The keys on the controller are locked
when there is no operation for 1 minute.
• After 3 min: The keys on the controller are locked
when there is no operation for 3 minutes.
• After 5 min: The keys on the controller are locked
when there is no operation for 5 minutes.
This LKD1000 controller has the controller ID. If you
use 2 controllers or more simultaneously, set the
controller ID for each controller.
1. Select [CHANGE ID] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
CHANGE ID
LKD1000
2. Enter the New LKD1000 ID for this controller
(1~16).
3. Press ENTER to save the settings.
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Factory Reset
If you need to, you can reset the LKD1000 controller
to its original factory settings.
1. Select [RESET CONTROLLER] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
OPERATION
Operation the LG DVR
You can control the connected LG DVR using the
LKD1000 controller.
1. Select DVR icon in the main menu and then
press ENTER. The DVR ID input menu will be
displayed.
2. Enter the password and press ENTER.
2. Enter the connected DVR ID to control the DVR
and then press ENTER. The DVR key emulation
menu will be displayed.
3. Press ENTER to confirm it.
About LKD1000
Select [ABOUT LKD1000] option then press ENTER.
Shows model name and the current firmware version
of the controller.
3. Press ENTER to change the DVR control mode.
4. Use the DVR function keys to control the DVR.
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• LOCK
Displays the lock menu to change the user
type or disable the system operation.
• SETUP
Displays the setup menu or cancels operation
on the setup menus. Use to return to the
previous menu or mode.
• SEARCH
Displays the search menu.
• MAIN
Display the MAIN menu to set the screen
mode to full, 4, 6, 8, 9 or 16 screens.
• SPOT
Enter SPOT mode to allow spot monitor
control.
• NUM
Switches to number entering mode in a menu.
• ALM.OFF
Cancels alarm activation and returns the
system toPRESET
the condition before the
PTZ was
000alarm
activated.
How to instant recording
(1)Press the REC.
(2)Press the NUM and then press the
channel button you want to record.
(3)Press ENTER to start recording. The
recording type indicator turns green on the
selected channel screen.
(4)If you stop the recording, repeat the step
(1)~(3) as the above.
• Playback control buttons
- M: Pauses playback.
- c: Search the recorded images in reverse
or skip the recorded images.
- ad: Playback or reverse playback of
recorded images.
- v: Forward search the recorded images
or skip the recorded images.
- Z: Stops playback.
5. Press CLR to exit the DVR control mode.
• OSD
Accesses or removes the System Control Bar.
• INFO
Displays or removes system information.
• LOG
Displays or removes the System Log List.
• MARK
Sets the mark point for recording search.
• COPY
Copies the recording data to an external
device.
• REC
Starts or stops instant recording.
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Operation the connected
camera via the DVR
You can control the connected camera via the LG
DVR using the LKD1000 controller.
1. Follow steps 1-2 described in “Operation the LG
DVR”.
2.Use the Arrow (,//) buttons to select the
camera and then press ENTER. The DVR/CAM
ID input menu will be displayed.
3. Enter the connected DVR/CAM ID to control
the camera connected to the DVR and then
press ENTER. The camera control menu will be
displayed.
4.Use the Arrow (,//) buttons to select the
"COMMUNICATION" option and press ENTER.
Operation of the camera
connected to the LKD1000
controller directly
You can control the camera connected to the
LKD1000 controller directly.
1. Select CAM (Camera) icon in the main menu and
then press ENTER. The camera ID input menu
will be displayed.
2. Enter the connected camera ID to control the
camera connected to the LKD1000 controller
directly and then press ENTER. The camera
control menu will be displayed.
3.Use the Arrow (,//) buttons to select the
"COMMUNICATION" option and press ENTER.
4. Set the desired options. (For more details, see
pages 26-28)
5. Use the camera control buttons and joystick to
control the camera.
5. Set the desired options. (For more details, see
pages 26-28)
6. Use the camera control buttons and joystick to
control the camera.
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Camera Control Menu
Preset Settings
The Camera Control menu has several submenus.
All of these main menus are divided into submenus.
Preset is the function to register camera monitoring
positions (pan, tilt and zoom positions) associated
with position numbers.
Camera Control menu overview
Main Menu
PRESET
AUTO PANNING
PATTERN
PRIVACY ZONE
COMMUNICATION
CAMERA SETUP
Sub Menu
Set Preset
Go To Preset
Tour
Edit Group
Group Tour
Clear Preset
Clear All Preset
Set Alarm Input
Set Alarm Output
Set Auto Panning
Run Auto Panning
Record Pattern
Play Pattern
Set Zone Area
Display Zone Area
Protocol
Baudrate
Parity Bit
Data Bit
Stop Bit
Sync Communication
Set Manual Focus
Speed
Go To PTZ Home
Position
Periodic PTZ Reset
PTZ Reset
Factory Reset
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By entering the position numbers, you can set
cameras to the preset positions.
Note:
To activate this function, you need to register the
preset positions of camera.
To register preset positions
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Set Preset] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
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Notes:
• The pictures used in the camera control menu are
based on DVR-camera menu.
• Depending on protocol, some functions are not
activated. See page 33 for more details.
3. By moving the joystick, move the camera to a
point you want.
4. Enter a [Preset No.] (0-255) you want to register
by pressing the numeric buttons then press
ENTER.
5. Enter a [Speed] (1-127) to move to the preset
position. Then press ENTER.
6. Enter a [Park Time] (holding time) (1-255). Then
press ENTER.
The position and its number are memorized for
later recall.
7. Repeat steps 3-6 to add additional position.
8. Press CLR to return to the previous menu.
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Changing to Picture at Preset Position
To tour the preset positions
The following function is available only with cameras
provided with the preset function.
The preset function makes the camera move to the
programmed preset position.
It is necessary to program preset positions for the
camera beforehand.
You can tour all preset positions.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Tour] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Go to Preset] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use number buttons to enter the memorized
preset position’s index number then press
ENTER.
The camera moves to the preset position and the
picture of the camera in that position appears on
the monitor.
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3. Press ENTER.
All registered preset positions in the camera will
be selected, and the camera position image will
be displayed on the active monitor.
4. Move the joystick to stop the tour.
Note:
After executing Preset Touring, Group Touring, Run
Auto Panning or Play Pattern operation, the ongoing
operation has to be stopped by moving the joystick
before executing any other operation. Failure to do
this can make the target camera not working as
intended.
To edit the group
You can create a group using preset positions that
are registered already. A maximum of 10 groups is
available.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Edit Group] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
5. Enter the preset number that is already registered
and press ENTER.
The preset number is added to the group or
deleted from the group.
6. Repeat step 5 to add or delete preset number.
Note:
The group related parameters differ depending on
cameras. So please refer to camera’s manual.
7. Press CLR to exit edit group mode.
3. Enter the group number (1~10) then press
ENTER.
4. Select [Add Preset] or [Delete Preset] then press
ENTER.
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To delete a group
To tour the group
You can delete a memorized group.
You can tour the group that is registered already.
1. Follow steps 1-2 described in “To edit the group”.
2. Enter the group number (1~10) then press
ENTER.
3. Select [Delete Group] then press ENTER.
The delete group menu is displayed.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Group Tour] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
4. Press ENTER.
The group will be deleted.
3. Use number buttons to enter the group number
that is already registered then press ENTER.
The camera moves to the preset position in
the group and the picture of the camera in that
position appears on the monitor.
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To clear the preset position
To clear all preset position
You can delete a memorized preset position.
You can delete all memorized preset position.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Clear Preset] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Clear All Preset] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use number buttons to enter the memorized
preset index number then press ENTER.
The preset position will be deleted.
3. Press ENTER to delete all preset positions.
Note:
Depending on protocol, it can take a while to clear all
preset positions.
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To set Alarm Input
You can set alarm input mode, alarm index, and
duration time. Preset numbers 1 to 8 are linked to
alarm inputs 1 to 8 respectively. If alarm input 1
comes in, the camera turns to preset position 1, and
to other positions according to alarm in put 2 to 8.
(This operating description is based on the LG product.)
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
5. Enter a [Duration] (0-255) then press ENTER.
Displays the picture at the preset position for
the selected duration. (0 (Manual mode); the
camera hold at the preset position continuously.
To escape Manual mode, set the [Alarm Input] to
OFF.)
Alarm input setting is finished and the setting is
memorized in the camera’s memory.
6. Repeat the steps 3-5 to set additional Alarm
Input.
To set Alarm Output
2. Select [Set Alarm Input] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
You can set alarm output mode, alarm index, and
duration time. When alarm inputs are supplied via
the alarm input connector on the camera, the camera
sends output signals via the alarm output connector
on the camera.
Alarm output numbers 1 to 4 are linked to alarm
inputs 1 to 4 respectively. If alarm input 1 comes in,
the camera sends output signals via the alarm
output 1 connector on the camera.
(This operating description is based on the LG product.)
Note:
You cannot use this function with a camera without
alarm output connector.
1. Select the [PRESET] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use 4 (ON) or 6 (OFF) number buttons to select
Alarm Input Mode then press ENTER.
• ON: Alarm input signals are supplied from
external devices through the ALARM IN
connector on the camera to turn the camera
to a preset position.
• OFF: The camera ignores alarm inputs.
4. Enter a [Alarm Index] number (1-8) then press
ENTER.
Note:
The available alarm index differs depending on
cameras. So please refer to camera’s manual.
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2. Select [Set Alarm Output] option then press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
3. Use 4 (ON) or 6 (OFF) number buttons to select
Alarm Output Mode then press ENTER.
• ON: If alarm input comes in, the camera
sends output signals.
• OFF: The camera does not send an output
signal.
4. Enter a [Alarm Index] number (1-4) then press
ENTER.
5. Enter a [Duration] (0-255) then press ENTER.
Sends the output signals for the selected
duration. (0 (Manual mode); the camera sends
output signals continuously.)
Alarm output setting is finished and the setting is
memorized to the camera’s memory.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 to set additional Alarm Output.
Auto Pan Setup and Activation
You will set up and activate the auto pan function.
The camera can pan among the points you will set.
Note:
Refer to the operating instructions of camera for
details on the auto pan function.
To set the points of auto pan
1. Select the [AUTO PANNING] icon and press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Set Auto Panning] option then press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
3. By moving the joystick, move the camera to a
point you want.
4. Enter a [Speed] (1-127) to move to the preset
position. Then press ENTER.
5. Enter a [Park Time] (holding time) at the preset
position (1-255). Then press ENTER.
The setting is finished and the setting is
memorized in the camera’s memory.
6. Repeat the steps 3-5 to add additional position.
Note:
When the maximum position is reached, it goes
automatically to upper level menu. Use the CLR
button to quit this menu before the maximum position
is reached. Please refer to the camera's manual for
the number of available auto panning position.
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To activate auto pan
1. Select the [AUTO PANNING] icon and press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
Pattern Setup and Activation
You will perform the pattern setup and the pattern
play.
Note:
The available patterns differ depending on camera.
So please refer to camera’s manual.
2. Select [Run Auto Panning] option then press
ENTER. The sub menu will appear.
To record the pattern
1. Select the [PATTERN] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Record Pattern] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Press ENTER to activate auto pan.
4. Move the joystick to stop the auto panning.
3. Use number buttons to select the pattern index
number then press ENTER to confirm.
Pattern recording starts.
4. Perform desired camera operations by moving the
joystick or pressing In/Out buttons.
The following controls are available for recording
the pattern.
• Panning/Tilting/Zoom control (joystick)
• Zoom control (In/Out buttons)
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5. If you finish to record, press ENTER or CLR.
The pattern is memorized in the camera’s
memory.
6. Repeat the steps 2-5 to add additional position.
Note:
The available total time of pattern differs depending
on camera’s operation.
Pattern Play
You can activate the pattern play function for the
selected camera.
Privacy Setup
This setting is used for masking unwanted zones,
hiding them from display on the monitor screen.
Up to 8 zones can be registered. Submenus are
provided for zone number selection and parameter
setting.
To register a new privacy zone
1. Select the [PRIVACY ZONE] icon and press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
1. Select the [PATTERN] icon and press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Set Zone Area] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Play Pattern] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use number buttons to enter the memorized
pattern index number then press ENTER.
The camera plays the pattern.
4. Move the joystick to stop playing.
3. Use number buttons to select the zone index
number then press ENTER to confirm.
The zone frame appears on the center of monitor.
4. Adjust the pan, tilt, and zoom position so that the
desired position comes into the zone frame with
the joystick.
5. Press ENTER. The privacy zone setting has been
completed.
6. Repeat the steps 2-5 to add additional position.
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To display or disappear privacy zone
1. Select the [PRIVACY ZONE] icon and press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
Communication Settings
This setting is required to establish a connection
between the system units and system controller.
Protocol Setting
This item lets you set a protocol for RS-485
communication.
2. Select [Display Zone Area] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
1. Select the [COMMUNICATION] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Protocol] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use 4 (ON) or 6 (OFF) number buttons to select
Mask Mode then press ENTER.
• ON: Preset privacy zones are veiled on the
monitor screen.
• OFF: The veiling function is disabled.
4. Enter a [Zone No] number (1-8).
The display zone setting has been completed and
the setting is memorized in the camera’s memory.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 to set additional zone.
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3. Select the desired parameter from [LG Multix],
[LG SD168], [Pelco D], [Pelco P], [LG Zoom].
[LPT A100L], [LG Multix Extensiton] and [LS900].
4. Press ENTER to save the settings.
Baud Rate (Communication Speed) Setting
Parity bit Setting
The speed of communication between the system
controller and the camera.
The parity bit, added to the data, to perform parity
check.
1. Select the [COMMUNICATION] icon and press
ENTER.
1. Select the [COMMUNICATION] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Baudrate] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [Parity Bit] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Select the desired parameter from 9,600 / 1,200 /
2,400 / 4,800 / 19,200 / 38,400 / 57,600 / 115,200
bps.
Note:
Conform this parameter to the baud rate of other
system units. Otherwise, communication will not
be established between the system controller and
system units.
3. Select the desired parameter from [None], [Even
Parity], and [Odd Parity].
4. Press ENTER to save the settings.
4. Press ENTER to save the settings.
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Data Bits Setting
Synchronize Communication Setting
This item lets you set the number of the data bits for
RS-485 communication.
1. Select the [COMMUNICATION] icon and press
ENTER.
Synchronize menu is for re-constructing H/W
communication settings between LG DVR and
Camera connected to LG DVR. When the H/W
communication setting (baudrate, parity, and data
bit) between LG DVR and Camera connected to LG
DVR is not match, you will not be able to control the
camera.
2. Select [Data Bit] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
The unmatched communication setting can be
happened because more than one LKD1000
can control one DVR at the same time or
because the setting is changed by internal DVR
application. Therefore if you can not control the
camera connected to LG DVR even though the
communication setting is correct, please consider this
option (pushing synchronize menu). Exiting to upper
level menu then re-entering the DVR/CAM ID will
have the same effect as this function.
1. Select the [COMMUNICATION] icon and press
ENTER.
3. Select the desired parameter from [8 Data Bits]
and [9 Data Bits].
Note:
This setting must be compatible with the
peripherals connected.
2. Select [Synchronize Communication] option then
press ENTER.
4. Press ENTER to save the settings.
Stop Bit Setting
The stop bit, added to the last of data, in
asynchronous communication.
The parameter is fixed to [1bit].
3. Press ENTER to synchronize.
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Camera setup
Go To PTZ Home Position
In this menu, you can customize the settings provided.
The home position is the camera’s basic position.
The camera returns to this position after executing
the [Go To PTZ Home Position] option.
Set Manual Focus Speed
1. Select the [CAMERA SETUP] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Set Manual Focus Speed] option then
press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Select a focus speed from among "Low Speed",
"Medium Speed", or "High Speed".
1. Select the [CAMERA SETUP] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Go To PTZ Home Position] option then
press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Press ENTER to confirm it.
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Periodic PTZ Reset
PTZ Reset
You can set the camera to periodically reset its PTZ
position.
You can reset the camera's PTZ position without
change of camera’s internal data.
1. Select the [CAMERA SETUP] icon and press
ENTER.
1. Select the [CAMERA SETUP] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Periodic PTZ Reset] option then press
ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
2. Select [PTZ Reset] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Use number buttons to select the period then
press ENTER to confirm the selection.
• 0 : Disable the PTZ position reset.
• 1~255 : Reset the PTZ position once per
number of days you set.
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3. Press ENTER to confirm it.
Factory Reset
You can reset all camera’s settings to factory default.
1. Select the [CAMERA SETUP] icon and press
ENTER.
2. Select [Factory Reset] option then press ENTER.
The sub menu will appear.
3. Enter the password and press ENTER.
4. Press ENTER to confirm it.
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REFERENCE
Lens Control
Camera Control Function
The following functions are available with cameras
provided with controllable lens.
Camera control functions are operable.
It is necessary to set up the camera before using
the camera control functions. For further information,
refer to the Operating Instructions for the respective
combination camera. You can also set it up from the
Camera Setup menu during operating the system.
a
b
Pan/Tilt Control
c
A combination camera or an ordinary camera with
pan/tilt head can be controlled. Move the pan/tilt
head in the desired direction using the joystick.
a
The speed of the moving camera is adjusted
according to the slope of joystick handle when you
operate the Pan/Tilt. You can adjust the zoom speed
by rotating it rightwards or leftwards.
Slow
Slow
Fast
Fast
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aPress the [In/Out] button or turn the joystick head
right/left to zoom in/out.
Note:
Zooming capability depends to the camera.
bPress the Near or Far button to adjust the lens
focus while watching the monitor.
c Press the Open or Close button to adjust the lens
iris while watching the monitor.
Protocol Function Table
PROTOCOL
FUNCTION
OSD
Set Preset
Go To Preset
Tour
Edit Group
Preset
Group Tour
Clear Preset
Clear All Preset
Set Alarm Input
Set Alarm
Output
Set Auto
Panning
Auto
Panning
Run Auto
Panning
Record Pattern
Pattern
Play Pattern
Set Zone Area
Privacy
Zone
Display Zone
Area
Set Manual
Focus Speed
Camera
Setting
Go To PTZ
Home Position
Periodic PTZ
Reset
PTZ Reset
Factory Reset
REQUIRED
PARAMETER
Preset index
Speed
Park time
Preset index
Group index
Preset index
Group index
Preset index
Mode
Alarm index
Duration time
Position index
Speed
Park time
Pattern index
Pattern index
Mode
Mask Index
Mode
Mask Index
Focus speed
Period
LG
MULTIX
LG
SD168
PELCO P
PELCO D
LG
ZOOM
LPT
A100L
LG
MULTIX E
LS900
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Specifications
Communication
Joy-Stick Type
Signal
RS-485
Connector
RJ11
Baud Rate
1,200 / 2,400 / 4,800 / 9,600 / 19,200 / 38,400 / 57,600 /
112,500 bps
3-Axis
256 Camera ID / 16 DVR ID / 8 Protocol Selection
Pan / Tilt / Zoom / Iris / Focus
Preset Touring
Auto Panning
Control
Pattern Settings
Privacy Zone Masking
Alarm Control
LG DVR (LDV-S500 series, LE3100 series, LE2100 series) key emulation
(All function operated by DVR front key is supported).
Connection
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CH1
Operating only TX mode
CH2
Operating only RX mode (Using for controller cascade)
Firmware Update
RS-232C
Total Key Number
44
Password
1~10 Digits
Display
4 Gray Graphic LCD (256 x 72 dots)
Operation Temp. / Humidity
-10 °C ~ 50 °C / 0%RH ~ 80%RH
Storage Temp. / Humidity
-20 °C ~ 60 °C / 0%RH ~ 85%RH
Supplied Voltage
DC12V, 125mA
Power consumption
1.5W
Weight
1kg
Dimension(H x V x D)
419 x 110 x 190mm
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