Panasonic WJSX350 Operating Instructions

Panasonic WJSX350 Operating Instructions
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
WJ-SX350
FRANÇAIS
Matrix Switcher
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions completely
ENGLISH VERSION
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normative documents following the provisions of Directives
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CAREFULLY.
WARNING
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK), NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
interned 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.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in
your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected
to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the
earth symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
The serial number of this product may be found on the
left of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the
space provided and retain this book as a permanent
record of your purchase to aid identification in the event
of theft.
Model No.
Serial No.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
PREFACE ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
FEATURES .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2
PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 3
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ................................................................................................................................................. 4
FEATURES OF THE MATRIX SWITCHER ................................................................................................................................. 5
FEATURES OF THE MATRIX SWITCHER ............................................................................................................................. 6
DETAILED PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................... 15
MAJOR OPERATING CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................................ 16
INSTALLATIONS AND SYSTEM CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................. 21
INSTALLATIONS .................................................................................................................................................................. 22
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................................................................... 24
SOFTWARE SETUP ................................................................................................................................................................ 27
SETUP MENU ...................................................................................................................................................................... 29
PROGRAM MENU ............................................................................................................................................................... 30
OPERATOR .......................................................................................................................................................................... 38
SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................................... 40
DATA LOAD ......................................................................................................................................................................... 44
CAMERA TITLE..................................................................................................................................................................... 46
CAM-POSI SET (Camera Position Set) ................................................................................................................................ 47
FUNCTION KEY MODE ........................................................................................................................................................ 48
OPERATING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................................................................. 49
Log-in.................................................................................................................................................................................... 50
Monitor Selection ................................................................................................................................................................. 50
Camera Selection ................................................................................................................................................................ 51
Lens Control ......................................................................................................................................................................... 51
Pan/Tilt Control .....................................................................................................................................................................52
Camera Housing Control ..................................................................................................................................................... 53
Running Sequence .............................................................................................................................................................. 54
On Screen Display ............................................................................................................................................................... 55
Camera Function Control ......................................................................................................................................................56
Camera Set Up .................................................................................................................................................................... 58
Auxiliary Control ................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Control History Mode ........................................................................................................................................................... 59
Alarm Control ....................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Alarm Recall .........................................................................................................................................................................60
Camera Site Status Display ..................................................................................................................................................61
System Status Display ..........................................................................................................................................................61
Priority Lock ..........................................................................................................................................................................62
Log-out .................................................................................................................................................................................62
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................63
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................................64
STANDARD ACCESSORIES .................................................................................................................................................65
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ENGLISH
CONTENTS
PREFACE
The WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher allows for flexible control
of thirty two (32) cameras and eight (8) monitors.
Tour and Group sequences for customized security
requirements can be easily established through the
user-friendly, on-screen menu setups.
FEATURES
The WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher enables control of the
following functions:
• Routing of up to thirty-two (32) cameras to any one
of eight (8) monitors.
• Remote control of up to thirty-two (32) cameras and
auxiliary equipment, by using optional Receivers
and accessories, including:
1. Remote control of Pan-Tilt Head and Camera
Housing.
2. Remote control of Motorized Zoom Lenses:
Focus, Zoom and Iris.
3. Remote control of camera setting, including
Electronic Sensitivity Up, Electronic Shutter and
more.
Additional features of the WJ-SX350 includes:
Versatile Camera Switching Modes
• Thirty-two (32) tours including Dwell Time, Camera
Preset Position and AUX Controls for any monitor
• Four (4) group synchronized sequences including
Dwell Time, Camera Preset Positions and AUX
Controls
• Any Tour or Group synchronized sequence can be
selected by operators manually. If Alarm and Time
Event schedules are set up, the sequence activates automatically.
Flexible Alarm Activation
• Alarm Mode 1: Any alarm is displayed on one designated monitor, and one associated Time Lapse
VTR is switched to real time mode.
• Alarm Mode 2: Any alarms are displayed on four
designated monitors, and four associated Time
Lapse VTRs are switched to real time mode.
• Alarm Mode 3: Any alarms are displayed on any
monitors, together with sequence routines and presets.
Alternatively, any Tour or Group sequence can be
assigned to any monitor or group of monitors.
Programmable System Partitioning and Priority
• Operator Registration: Three (3) operator access
levels to system for setup and operation.
Password protection to limit operators access to
system.
Operator priority to lock out access by lower priority operators.
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PRECAUTIONS
• Do not expose the appliance to water or
moisture, nor try to operate it in wet areas.
Do take immediate action if the appliance becomes
wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the
appliance and also cause electric shock.
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on
the cover.
To prevent the appliance from overheating, place
the appliance at least 5 cm (2 inches) away from
the wall.
• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the appliance body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is
dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots.
This could permanently damage the appliance.
Turn the power off immediately and contact qualified service personnel for service.
• Do not operate the appliance beyond its
specified temperature, humidity or power source
ratings.
Do not use the appliance in an extreme environment where high temperature or high humidity
exists.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10°C +50°C (14°F - 122°F) and a humidity below 90%.
The input power source for this appliance is 220 240 V AC 50 Hz.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact
qualified service personnel for maintenance.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the
appliance.
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
The purpose of this manual is to provide step-by-step instructions for setting up and operating a Matrix Switcher System. If
a Matrix Switcher is new to you, it is highly recommended that you read through this manual. If you are already familiar with
the Matrix Switcher, you may skip Sections 1 and 2 and start from Section 3, Installations and System Connections. The
contents of each section of this manual are summarized below.
Section 1
Features of the Matrix Switcher
Describes the main features of the System. Numerous illustrations provide easy-to-understand explanations.
Section 2
Detailed Product Description
Operating controls and their functions are explained in this section.
Section 3
Installations and System Connections
Information about cable connections between the Matrix Switcher and System Controllers, cameras, monitors and peripheral devices is provided here.
Section 4
Software Setup
Step-by-step procedures for successful initial programming of the system are explained in this section.
Graphical representations of the various setup tables are also provided. This section is very important as
proper programming of the system is vital for customizing the system to the end user’s requirements.
Section 5
Operating Procedures
After system programming, normal operation of the system on a daily basis is done by following the steps
outlined in this section.
Section 6
Specifications
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SECTION 1
FEATURES
OF THE
MATRIX
SWITCHER
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FEATURES OF THE MATRIX SWITCHER
Shown below is an example of a basic system of the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher.
Up to 32 Cameras
Video
32-Alarm Input
Data RS-485
ALARM
LOGIN
ALARM
SEQUENCE
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1
2
IRIS
SHIFT
3
5
6
FUNCTION
ALL RESET
−1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
PRESET
POSI
RECALL
DEC
ESC
BUSY
OPEN
IRIS RESET
4
OPERATE
AUTO FOCUS
CLOSE
ACK/RESET
CAM
PROHIBITED STATUS MENU SET UP
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
ON
UP
FOCUS
OFF
NEAR
FAR
LEFT
ZOOM
AUX 1
WIPER
TELE
WIDE
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
CAM
POSI
DOWN
AUX 2
DEF
350
MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
WIDE
TELE
DOWN
0
POWER
DOWN
0
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
ZOOM
TELE
8
0
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
FAR
NEAR
R
L
7
R
L
ZOOM
WIDE
TELE
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
ZOOM
TELE
DOWN
R
L
WIDE
7
8
9
WIDE
DOWN
0
System Controller
(Max.4 Units)
Video Monitor(Max.8 Outputs)
Time Lapse VTR
(Max.8 Control Outputs)
Camera Input: Up to thirty-two (32) cameras can be
connected. The pan/tilt head, zoom /focus/iris of the
lens and auxiliary switching can be controlled. Also
preset control of the lens and pan/tilt head position
is possible by using the WV-CSR600 series
Combination Camera System.
VTR: Up to eight (8) VTRs can be connected. The video
signal controlled by the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher
is supplied to the VTRs.
Also, the Matrix Switcher can supply the VTRs with
an alarm output signal to switch time lapse recording mode.
Monitor Output: Up to eight (8) monitors can be connected. The camera title, camera and monitor number and alarm condition can be displayed on the
monitor screen.
Alarm Input: Up to thirty-two (32) alarm signals can be
supplied. An Alarm Sensor with a Normally Open
circuit should be used.
RS-232C Port: The Matrix Switcher can be substituted
by connecting a Personal Computer to control the
system.
System Controller: Up to four (4) controllers may be
connected. A variety of controls are accessible
through the monitor display. The system Controller
also provides access to the Setup Menu and Tables
for programming.
Note: For using a Personal Computer, you will need
special software offered separately.
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General Procedures
1. Select the desired monitor. (Monitor and Switcher
are linked.)
2. Select the desired camera (Camera and Switcher
are linked.)
3. The picture of the selected camera view is displayed on the selected monitor.
1. Log-in
To operate the Matrix Switcher System, a registered
operator must first supply his/her Operator Number and
Password to the system.
The operator number and password are established by
using the REGISTRATION table, See page 39 for more
details on operator number registration.
If an attempt is made to enter an operator number and
password that do not match with the registered operator
numbers and passwords, entry into this system is
denied.
As shown in the examples below, there are two (2) additional attributes associated with an operator: operator
level and priority. These items are described in more
detail on page 11.
Operator Name:
Operator Number:
Operator level:
Password:
Priority:
2-1. Monitor Selection
Press the Numeric button (1-8), then press the MON
(ESC) button to select the desired monitor.
Mike
1
1
07171
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
Operator Name:
Operator Number:
Operator level:
Password:
Priority:
Robert
15
3
11524
8
For example:
When selecting Monitor Number 5:
Press 5, then press the MON (ESC) button.
Note: The desired monitor selection may not be available due to one of the following reasons:
1. The system controller used for selecting a particular
monitor is not allowed access to that monitor
because of controller partitioning.
See page 13 for more details.
2. The desired monitor is currently selected by another
operator who has a higher operator priority, and
therefore, control over that monitor.
In this case, the BUSY Indicator blinks.
Note:
Initially,
Operator Number:
1
Password:
12345
are registered at the factory to allow access for first
time system programming.
2. Camera and Monitor Selection
After logged in, the desired camera and monitor combination can be selected.
Basically, any combination of camera and monitor,
which are connected to the Switcher, can be selected
as shown below.
Monitor 1
2-2. Camera Selection
The video signal from the desired camera can be supplied to the selected monitor. Press the Numeric buttons
(1-32), then press the CAM (SET) button to select the
desired camera.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
Monitor 2
3
2
1
1
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
For example:
When selecting Camera Number 2:
Press 2, then press the CAM (SET) button.
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Note: The desired camera selection may not be available due to one of the following reasons:
1. The operator is not allowed access to the desired
camera because the Operator Registration has limited the operator's access to certain cameras.
At this time PROHIBITED Indicator light up. See
page 11 for more details.
2. The desired camera is currently selected by another operator who has a higher operator priority, and
therefore, control over that camera.
In this case, the BUSY Indicator lights up.
4-4. Pan/Tilt Control
This control is used to pan or tilt the pan/tilt head.
The following operations are available.
1. Manual Operation
Using the Joystick Controller to move the Pan/Tilt
head towards the desired direction. Eight directions
are available: UP / DOWN / RIGHT/LEFT / UPRIGHT / UP-LEFT / DOWN-RIGHT / DOWN-LEFT.
2. Auto Panning Operation
Requires the use of a Pan/Tilt head with automatic
panning capability, such as the WV-7225.
3. Camera Control
3. Random Panning Operation
Requires the use of a Pan/Tilt head with automatic
panning capability, such as the WV-7225.
The selected camera (if applicable) can be controlled
from the Switcher’s front panel.
Specified Panasonic cameras, such as the WV-CSR400
or the WV-CSR600 series, can have various functions
controlled remotely without the need for a receiver.
4-5. Auxiliary (AUX1, 2) Control
This control is used to turn On or Off the user’s auxiliary
switches located in the Receiver, such as the WVRC100, WV-RC150 or WV-RC170 Receiver.
Note: Because future camera models may have additional features and functions, please refer to the
Operating Instructions provided with the camera for
more details.
5. Preset Control
4. Accessory Control
The preset function is used to memorize the focus,
zoom, pan and tilt setting values of any scene to have
them available for easy recall at any time.
In addition, if the Camera Position Number is saved with
its associated camera number and preset position, the
camera position can be recalled quickly by activating
the camera selection and preset function at the same
time.
This control is available in a system using Panasonic
WV-CSR600 series cameras which are equipped with
the preset feature.
The switches and buttons shown below enable control
of the following Camera Site accessories.
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
SHIFT
AUTO FOCUS
CLOSE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
FUNCTION
PRESET
POSI
CAM
POSI
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
ON
UP
FOCUS
OFF
NEAR
FAR
LEFT
AUX 1
WIPER
RIGHT
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
DOWN
AUX 2
DEF
6. Sequence
This system has two kinds of sequential modes: Tour
and Group
4-1. Focus Control
6-1. Tour Sequence (T-SEQ)
This control is used to adjust the lens focus to obtain a
sharply focused picture while observing the monitor.
A Tour Sequence consists of thirty-two (32) steps.
Each step has a Camera, Dwell Time and Auxiliary
Control or Pan/Tilt Preset assigned to it.
A total of thirty-two (32) Tour Sequences can be programmed on the T-SEQ setup tables.
A Tour can be assigned to any monitor.
4-2. Zoom Control
This control is used to adjust the lens zoom to obtain the
desired picture while observing the monitor.
• Auto Skip Function
The Auto Skip function is available in sequence
mode. If there is no video signal present at a step,
the sequence will automatically skip that step.
This function is enabled from programming the
Setup Menu.
4-3. Iris Control
This control is used to close or open the lens iris to
obtain the proper picture exposure while observing the
monitor.
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• DWELL Time
The amount of time for each camera view is displayed on the monitor (Dwell Time) can be set from one (1) second to
thirty (30) seconds in 1-second increments.
This function is set from programming the Setup Menu.
External Timing, which is controlled from the Time Lapse VTR, can also be selected from programming the Setup Menu.
Monitor 1
Tour Sequence
T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
T7
T8
Monitor 2
T9 T10 T11 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16
T17 T18 T19 T20 T21 T22 T23 T24
Monitor 7
T25 T26 T27 T28 T29 T30 T31 T32
32 Tours In Any Monitor
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 5 sec.
Step 1
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 3 sec.
Step 2
Monitor 8
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 10 sec.
Step 3
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 5 sec.
Step 4
Monitor 1
Dwell time: 3 sec.
Step 5
6-2. Group Sequence (G-SEQ)
A Group Sequence consists of up to thirty-two (32) steps.
In each step, a maximum of eight (8) cameras can be assigned to eight (8) monitors.
Pan/Tilt preset or Auxiliary control (1 & 2) can also be set for each camera/monitor combination.
Camera view switching (Dwell Time) for each step can be set from one (1) second to thirty (30) seconds in 1-second increments.
There are four (4) Group Sequences available, with programming performed on the G-SEQ Setup Tables.
4th Floor
C 13
C 14
C 15
C 16
CAM 13
CAM 14
CAM 15
CAM 16
CAM 9
CAM 10
CAM 11
CAM 12
CAM 5
CAM 6
CAM 7
CAM 8
CAM 1
CAM 2
CAM 3
CAM 4
Monitor 1
Monitor 2
Monitor 3
3rd Floor
C9
C 10
C 11
C 12
2nd Floor
C5
C6
C7
C8
1st Floor
C1
C2
C3
C4
Group Sequence
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Monitor 4
2. Interface Alarm
This alarm signal is supplied from the Alarm Input
Connector (ALARM IN) on the rear of the Switcher.
Up to thirty-two (32) alarm inputs are available.
7. Timer
The timer function is used to programme and automatically activate Tour or Group Sequences according to
the time of day and day of the week.
There are sixteen (16) timers available in one day.
3. Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
This alarm is indicated that camera signal loss has
occurred.
8. Alarm
4. PC Command Alarm
This alarm is the received command from the
Personal Computer.
8-1. Alarm Input
1. Camera Site Alarm
This alarm signal is supplied from the associated
camera site receiver or camera.
Receivers capable of camera site alarm input are
models WV-RC100, WV-RC150 and WV-RC170.
8-2. Alarm Operation Mode
There are three alarm operation modes available in the
WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher.
The alarm modes can be switched according to the
time programmed on the internal timer.
Examples of these modes are given below.
Alarm Mode 1: Any alarmed pictures are assigned to Monitor 1.
Mode 1 displays all alarms on Monitor 1.
If more than one alarm is activated, the system will sequentially display the alarms on Monitor 1.
Alarm
1
Alarm
2
3
4
A
A
A
Alarm
C
Sequence
1
C
B
2
3
4
6
7
8
A
Alarm
5
6
7
8
5
B
Monitors
Alarm Mode 2: Any alarmed pictures are assigned to four Monitors (1 - 4).
Mode 2 displays the first alarm on Monitor 1. When the second alarm is received, the first alarm is shifted to Monitor 2
and the second alarm is displayed on Monitor 1 and so on. This means, the latest alarm is always displayed on Monitor
1. If more than four alarms are activated, the system will sequence the pictures starting with Monitor 1, then 2, etc.
Sequence
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
A
C
E
1
2
3
F B E A
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
B
D
F
5
D C
6
7
Monitors
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4
8
Alarm Mode 3: Any alarmed pictures are assigned to any monitors.
Mode 3 is a fully programmable mode. Any alarm can be shown on any monitor, plus sequence routines, presets and
auxiliary relays in receivers can be activated.
ANY
Alarm
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
W
Z
X
Y
8-3. Alarm Recall
The WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher can store up to ninety-nine (99) Alarm Events in its memory.
The alarms may be recalled and displayed in chronological order on any desired monitor.
9. Operator Registration (REGISTRATION)
On the Operator Registration tables, an operator's level, priority, password and camera access limits can be programmed.
Up to fifteen (15) operators may be registered.
For example:
1
Operator 1
2
3
Priority
4
Operator 2 Operator 3 Operator 4
5
6
12123
7
Level 1
SETUP MENU
CAMERA TITLE
TIMER
TOUR SEQ
GROUP SEQ
PRESET
ALARM
CONTROLLER
OPERATOR
CLOCK
8
12243
12341
12443
Level 2
SETUP MENU
CAMERA TITLE
TOUR SEQ
GROUP SEQ
PRESET
ALARM
CONTROLLER
Operator 5 Operator 6 Operator 7 Operator 8
32132
34341
Level 3
CAMERA SELECT
T-SEQ SELECT
G-SEQ SELECT
ALARM ACK/RESET
CAMERA SELECT
T-SEQ SELECT
G-SEQ SELECT
ALARM ACK/RESET
CAMERA SELECT
T-SEQ SELECT
G-SEQ SELECT
OPERATOR'S LEVEL TABLE
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32213
32213
9-1. Level Setting
10. Camera Title
Operator access to various setup functions and system
operations is determined by the operator's level.
There are three (3) separate levels available (Level 1 is
the highest).
Camera titles are available for each camera input.
Each title is composed of fifteen (15) characters per
line, times two (2) lines.
9-2. Priority Setting
When two or more operators attempt to perform the
same function at the same time, the operator with the
highest priority is allowed to perform the function while
the lower priority operators’ attempts are denied.
There are eight (8) priority levels available in this system.
11. On-Screen Display
All items listed below, except Alarm On/Off and Timer
Mode, can be included or excluded from display on the
selected monitor screen:
9-3. Password
All operators have a five digit long password assigned
to them.
9-4. Operator Limits for Camera Access
Access to any camera’s video and control of the camera’s pan/tilt head may be restricted to certain operators.
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AL1
/T16
w
e
o
Date and Time
Alarm On/Off
AL0: Camera Site Alarm
AL1: Interface Alarm
AL2: PC Command Alarm
AL3: Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
Timer Mode
Camera Number
Monitor Number
Controller Number of associated controller
Preset Position Number
Sequence Mode in Effect
Camera Title
Note: When the overscanning mode is selected on a
monitor, the screen display (edge portion) may be
partially hidden.
12. Site Status Display
The selected camera status can be displayed on the
selected monitor screen.
SITE STATUS
SHUTTER
:
SENS UP
:
PAN MODE
:
CAMERA
:
DEF
:
WIPER
:
AUX 1
:
AUX 2
:
C01 M1
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This table shows the system status in real time.
Possible Active modes, as indicated in this table, are
defined below.
13. System Status Display
<<M
A M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6
M7
M8
q
w
e
r
t
y
CAM
01
09
11
12
05
25
10
32
SYSTEM STATUS
MODE
C U OPE
T05
CU 1 0 1
SP
CU 2 0 2
SP
CU 1 0 0 1
G1
CU 4 0 3
S T A Y T U S CU 4 0 4
G1
SETUP
PC 16
T05P
CU 0 0 5
A
:
SP
:
TMM :
GMM :
P
:
CAMERA
SETUP
RECALL
STATUS
PRI > >
2
2
9
2
5
8
1
3
Alarmed
Spot
Tour Sequence
Group Sequence
Paused Sequence
Camera Setup
System Setup
Alarm Recall Display
System Status Display
:
:
:
:
Note: The sequence number is inversely displayed on
the table when a sequence runs in the reverse
direction.
Monitor Number
Camera Number
Activated Mode
Controller Number
Operator Number
Priority Number
14. System Controller-Monitor Partitioning
This feature is used to prevent specific System Controllers from controlling the outputs of specific monitors.
It prevents an operator from unintentionally gaining control over a monitor that may not be associated with his/her station.
1
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
2
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
3
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
BUSY
PROHIBITED
4
5
6
7
DOWN
0
8
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
OPEN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
8
9
UP
1
2
3
4
5
6
FAR
NEAR
R
L
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
DOWN
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
R
WIDE
9
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
ZOOM
TELE
LOCK
IRIS
FOCUS
L
WIDE
9
POWER
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CLOSE
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
CAMERA
UP
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
MONITOR
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
3
ALARM
IRIS
OPEN
FOCUS
2
LOCK
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
CLOSE
1
4
WIDE
ZOOM
TELE
7
DOWN
0
8
9
WIDE
DOWN
0
System Controller Partitioning To Monitors
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
For example:
The following example demonstrates the use of
both system controller-monitor partitioning and
operator priority.
•
•
•
•
Camera:
Monitor:
System Controller:
Operator:
M6
M7
M8
Setting Procedure
1. Operator Number 1 has the first priority. Cameras 1
- 8 can be selected by Monitor 1.
2. Operator Number 2 has the second priority.
Cameras 1-5 can be selected by Monitor 2 (limited
access due to operator partitioning).
3. Operator Number 3 also has the second priority.
Cameras 4 - 8 can be selected by Monitor 3.
8 sets
3 sets
3 sets
3 persons
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1
1
4
2
2
5
3
3
6
4
4
5
7
5
Operator's
Priority
6
Operator's
Partitioning
8
7
8
Priority 1
Operator 1
Controller 1
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
Priority 2
Operator 2
Controller 2
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
4
5
6
DOWN
UP
0
FOCUS
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
WIDE
9
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
1
R
L
WIDE
9
OPEN
CLOSE
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
MONITOR
UP
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
ALARM
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
3
LOCK
IRIS
OPEN
FOCUS
2
Priority 2
Operator 3
Controller 3
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
CLOSE
1
Controller
Partitioning
ZOOM
TELE
7
DOWN
0
8
WIDE
9
DOWN
0
M1
M2
M3
SPOT
SPOT
SPOT
1. In the above system, when Operators 1 and 2 both
select camera 3 simultaneously, the selection of
Operator 1 is allowed because Operator 1 has a
higher priority.
2. Operator 2 cannot select camera 6 because operator's partitioning limits access to cameras 1 - 5 by
Operator 2.
3. Operator 2 cannot control Monitor 3 because controller partitioning prevents access to Monitor 3 by
Operator 2.
16. RS-485 Site Communication
The parameters for communication with the Camera Site
can be set on the RS485 CAM COM. setup table.
Usually, the Baud Rate is set to 9,600 bps, with a Wait
Time of 100 ms.
(The WV-RM70 Camera Controller or a modem may be
required in the system.)
Note: Be sure to select the correct Baud Rate when
using a modem.
17. Clock
15. Synchronizing the Sequence with
External Timing
On-screen clock display is available.
The date and time can be set on the CLOCK SET setup
table.
The camera switching interval (Sequence Dwell Time)
can be synchronized with the time lapse mode set in the
associated Time Lapse VTR.
Select the On or Off mode to meet each monitor’s
requirements on the EXT TIMING setup table.
Caution: Set the interval time for the external timing signal of the external equipment to one (1) second or
more.
If the interval is set to less than one (1) second, the
system will not work properly.
18. RS-232C Port
This port is used for connecting with a Personal
Computer. The memory of the WJ-SX350 Matrix
Switcher can be loaded or saved.
Also, a Personal Computer can be substituted for the
Switcher to control the system.
Note: For using a Personal Computer, you will need
special software offered separately.
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SECTION 2
DETAILED
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
<Front View>
ALARM
LOGIN
ALARM
SEQUENCE
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
IRIS
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALL RESET
−1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
PRESET
POSI
RECALL
BUSY
OPEN
IRIS RESET
ACK/RESET
OPERATE
AUTO FOCUS
CLOSE
CAM
PROHIBITED STATUS MENU SET UP
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
CAM
POSI
HISTORY
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
ON
UP
FOCUS
OFF
NEAR
FAR
LEFT
AUX 1
WIPER
RIGHT
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
DOWN
AUX 2
DEF
350
MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX
5. Alarm Recall button (RECALL)
This button is used to recall the Alarm Logs
(Activated alarm records).
Select the desired monitor to display the alarm
records, then press this button to toggle the display
of alarm records On and Off on the selected monitor.
1. Log-in indicator (LOGIN)
This indicator lights up when log-in is accomplished.
2. Alarm indicator (ALARM)
This indicator blinks to indicate an alarm condition
exists.
It changes to steady light when the alarm is reset
automatically.
To turn off the indicator, press the ACK/RESET or
ALL RESET button.
6. Backward Sequence button (BACK SEQ)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons, is used to run a Tour or Group sequence in
reverse on the selected monitor.
It is also used to continue a sequence in reverse,
that was previously paused on that monitor by the
PAUSE button.
3. Alarm Acknowledgment and Reset button
(ACK/RESET)
This button is used to cancel the activated alarm.
You must select the alarmed monitor(s) first to cancel the alarm.
Press this button once to acknowledge the activated alarm (the indicator blinks rapidly), then press
this button once again for alarm reset.
7. Sequence Pause button (PAUSE)
This button is used to pause a sequence that is
being run on the selected monitor.
8. Forward Sequence button (FWD SEQ)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons, is used to run a Tour or Group sequence in
forward on the selected monitor.
It is also it is used to continue a sequence forward,
that was previously paused on that monitor by
pressing the PAUSE button.
4. All Alarms Reset button (ALL RESET)
This button is used to cancel plural alarms in a
lump.
Select the alarmed monitor first (Monitor 1 for Alarm
Mode 1, one of four monitors for Alarm Mode 2),
then press this button for alarm reset.
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9. Increment button (+1CAM INC)
This button is used to move a sequence one step
forward from the step that was previously paused
on the selected monitor by pressing the PAUSE
button.
Also, when the selected monitor is in the spot
mode, pressing this button will replace the selected
camera with the next higher camera number.
18. Joystick Controller (UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT)
This controller is used to operate the Pan/Tilt Head
manually, or to move the cursor to the desired position on the setup menu of the Matrix Switcher.
UP:
Upward.
DOWN: Downward.
LEFT:
Left.
RIGHT: Right.
10. Decrement button (–1CAM DEC)
This button is used to move a sequence one step
backward from the step that was previously
paused on a monitor by pressing the PAUSE button.
Also, when a selected monitor is in the spot mode,
pressing this button will replace the currently
selected camera with the next lower camera number.
19. Focus switch (FOCUS NEAR / FAR)
This switch is used to adjust the lens focus of cameras equipped with the specified lens.
20. Zoom switch (ZOOM TELE / WIDE)
This switch is used for zooming cameras equipped
with the specified lens.
21. ON and OFF buttons for AUTO PAN/RANDM
PAN
These buttons are used to turn On and Off the two
camera functions that can be alternated by the
SHIFT button.
When SHIFT is in Off position, these buttons turn
Auto Panning (AUTO PAN) On and Off.
When SHIFT is in On position, these buttons turn
Random Panning (RANDM PAN) On and Off.
11. Numeric buttons (0-9)
These buttons are used for numerical input into the
system such as the camera and monitor selection,
sequence and preset position, etc.
12. Monitor/Escape button [MON (ESC)]
MON: This button is used for monitor selection.
Press the desired Numeric buttons, then press
this button to select the monitor.
ESC: This button is used to escape and execute
the currently highlighted setting on the SETUP
MENU of the Matrix Switcher.
22. ON and OFF buttons for AUX1/WIPER
These buttons are used to turn On and Off the two
camera functions that can be alternated by the
SHIFT button.
When SHIFT is in Off position, these buttons turn
the Auxiliary 1 (AUX 1) switch On and Off.
When SHIFT is in On position, these buttons turn
the wiper (WIPER) switch On and Off.
13. Camera/Set button [CAM (SET)]
CAM: This button is used for camera selection.
Press the desired Numeric buttons, then press
this button to select the camera.
SET: This button is used to execute the currently
highlighted setting on the SETUP MENU of the
Matrix Switcher.
23. ON and OFF buttons for AUX2/DEF
These buttons are used to turn On and Off the two
functions that can be alternated by the SHIFT button.
When SHIFT is in Off position, these buttons turn
the Auxiliary 2 (AUX 2) switch On and Off.
When SHIFT is in On position, these buttons turn
the defroster (DEF) switch On and Off.
14. Alternate button (ALT)
This button alternates the original function on twofunction control buttons with another function, or
prepares the CAM MENU button and SET UP button to display the assigned menu or setup table on
the selected monitor.
24. Camera Position button (CAM POSI)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons, is used to move the camera to the desired
camera position.
15. Shift button (SHIFT)
This button toggles six functions that are assigned
to three On and Off button groups (two functions
are assigned to each button group).
25. Preset Position button (PRESET POSI)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons, is used to move the camera to the desired
preset position.
16. Iris Control buttons (IRIS)
These buttons are used to close or open the lens
iris of cameras equipped with the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the factory setting.
26. Function button (FUNCTION)
Pressing this button in combination with another
operation button activates a specific function.
17. Auto Focus button (AUTO FOCUS)
This button is used to activate the auto focus function, when the specified camera, such as the WVCSR600 series, is used.
27. History Forward button (HISTORY FWD)
This button is used to move the camera picture forward on the selected monitor after the HISTORY
BACK button has been used.
This button also selects the next page or step of
the setup tables on the SETUP MENU.
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28. History Back button (HISTORY BACK)
This button is used to display the previous camera
picture on the selected monitor. Each operation of
this button backs up the camera picture by ones.
This button also selects the previous page or step
of the setup tables on the SETUP MENU.
32. Prohibited LED indicator (PROHIBITED)
This indicator lights up for two seconds when the
incorrect operator number or password is selected
to Log-in.
This indicator also blinks when an attempt is made
to gain access to a function that is prohibited by the
operator's level.
29. Set Up button (SET UP)
This button, in combination with the ALT button, is
used to display the SETUP MENU of the Matrix
Switcher.
33. Busy LED indicator (BUSY)
This indicator blinks (or lights up) when you attempt
to control a certain monitor (or a camera) that is
already used by a higher priority operator, or when
the higher priority operator chose the camera or
monitor you are currently operating.
Blink:
Monitor
Light up:
Camera
30. Camera Menu button (CAM MENU)
This button, in combination with the ALT button, is
used to display the selected Camera’s SetUp Menu.
31. Status button (STATUS)
This button toggles the display of the Camera Site
Status Table On and Off on the selected monitor.
34. Operate LED indicator (OPERATE)
This indicator is lit while the Switcher’s power is
turned on.
Note: In combination with the ALT button, this button toggles the display of the System Status
Table On and Off on the selected monitor.
<Rear View>
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
CAMERA IN
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
MONITOR OUT
1
POWER
ON
16
32
32
15
14
13
31
30
29
31
30
29
RS485
G B A G B A
N
N
D
D
2
1
12
11
3
9
8
7
23
22
21
23
22
21
28
27
26
25
CAMERA IN
24
28
27
26
25
24
DATA IN
4
10
2
RS-232C
6
ALARM OUT 5-8
5
4
3
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1
4
MONITOR OUT
6
5
20
19
18
17
20
19
18
17
ALARM OUT 1-4
1
2
8
ALARM IN
3
7
OFF
SIGNAL
GND
41. Camera Output Connector (CAMERA OUT)
The video signal connected to the Camera Input
Connector (CAMERA IN) is looped through to this
connector with an automatic 75Ω termination.
Designation
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
42. Camera Input Connector (CAMERA IN)
This connector accepts either a colour or B/W composite video signal from a camera.
43. Monitor Output Connector (MONITOR OUT)
The video signal selected on the Matrix Switcher is
supplied to the Video Monitor from this connector.
44. Power Switch (POWER ON / OFF)
This switch is used to turn the Matrix Switcher
power On or Off.
45. Signal Ground Terminal (SIGNAL GND)
46. Power Cord
47. Alarm Input Port (ALARM IN)
This port accepts alarm signals from the associated
alarm sensor.
The Input Load Capacitance of each alarm input is
required less than 0.01µF.
48. Alarm Control Ports (ALARM OUT 1-4, 5-8)
These ports are used to control the system as follows:
Alarm Output (ALARM OUT):
When the Matrix Switcher receives an alarm
from the ALARM IN port or Camera Site, this
connector provides the alarm output signal for
the Time Lapse VTR.
Reset Output (RESET OUT):
When the Matrix Switcher resets the activated
alarm, this connector provides the alarm reset
output signal for the Time Lapse VTR.
ALARM OUT 1-4
ALARM OUT 5-8
ALARM OUT 1
RESET OUT 1
RECOVER IN 1
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 1
Ground
ALARM OUT 2
RESET OUT 2
RECOVER IN 2
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 2
Not used
ALARM OUT 3
RESET OUT 3
RECOVER IN 3
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 3
Ground
ALARM OUT 4
RESET OUT 4
RECOVER IN 4
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 4
Ground
Ground
ALARM OUT 5
RESET OUT 5
RECOVER IN 5
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 5
Ground
ALARM OUT 6
RESET OUT 6
RECOVER IN 6
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 6
Not used
ALARM OUT 7
RESET OUT 7
RECOVER IN 7
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 7
Ground
ALARM OUT 8
RESET OUT 8
RECOVER IN 8
Ground
EXT TIMING IN 8
Ground
Ground
13
25
Recover Input (RECOVER IN):
This connector accepts the alarm recover signals from the Time Lapse VTR.
1
14
49. RS-232C Port (RS-232C)
This port is used to connect a Personal Computer to
control the Switcher remotely.
External Timing Input (EXT TIMING IN):
The camera switching interval (Sequential Dwell
Time) can be synchronized with the lapse
mode set on the Time Lapse VTR.
EXT TIMING IN 1 controls Monitor 1 output, EXT
TIMING IN 2 controls Monitor 2 output, etc.
The camera switching pulse from the Time
Lapse VTR is supplied to the Switcher through
this connector.
50. Data Ports (DATA IN)
These ports are used to exchange control data with
the System Controllers specified for the system.
51. RS485 Terminal (RS485)
This terminal is used to exchange control data with
the camera site equipment.
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-20-
SECTION 3
INSTALLATION
AND
SYSTEM
CONNECTIONS
-21-
INSTALLATIONS
The installations described below should be performed by qualified service personnel or system
installers.
4. Remove the two screws shown below from the rear
of the Matrix Switcher.
Then carefully pull the printed circuit board toward
the rear until the switches shown below become
visible.
■ DIP Switch Setting
● Alarm Reset Output Setting
Caution: Before disassembling the Matrix Switcher, be
sure to turn off the Power Switch of the Matrix
Switcher.
1. Remove the four screws on the top panel of the
Matrix Switcher as shown below.
5. Set switches (SW7/SW8/SW9/SW10/SW11/SW12/
SW13/SW14) on the board to choose the alarm
reset output signal as either Open Collector (O.C)
or Pulse (VTR (TTL)).
O.C
VTR
(TTL)
SW14 SW12 SW13 SW11 SW10 SW8 SW9 SW7
2. Remove the top panel.
3. Remove the two screws on the board that is located
on the lower berth as shown below.
Open Collector (O.C): +16V DC 100 mA max.
Pulse (VTR (TTL)):
+5V DC approx. 500 ms
The above switch positions are the initial factory
settings.
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● Mounting in the Rack
Note: Be sure to confirm the switch number before
setting, as these switches are not arranged in
numerical order on the board.
The switch arrangement on the board, from
right to left, is as follows: SW7 (Reset Out 1),
SW9 (Reset Out 3), SW8 (Reset Out 2),
SW10(Reset Out 4), SW11 (Reset Out 5), SW13
(Reset Out7), SW12 (Reset Out 6), and
SW14(Reset Out 8).
1. Remove the four rubber feet by removing the four
screws from the bottom of the Matrix Switcher.
6. After setting the switches, secure them by tightening the screws shown above.
2. Place the rack mounting brackets on both sides of
the Matrix Switcher and tighten them with the eight
supplied screws (M4 X10).
3. Install the Matrix Switcher with the rack mounting
brackets in the rack by using four screws (not
included).
Cautions:
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots in the
cover to prevent the appliance from overheating.
Always keep the temperature in the rack within 50
°C (122 °F).
• Secure the rear of the appliance to the rack by
using additional mounting brackets (procured locally) if the rack is subject to vibration.
-23-
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
An example of the basic system connection is shown below.
Up to 32 Cameras
Video
32 Alarm Input
Data RS-485
ALARM
LOGIN
ALARM
SEQUENCE
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
ALT
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
IRIS
SHIFT
FUNCTION
ALL RESET
−1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
PRESET
POSI
RECALL
DEC
ESC
BUSY
OPEN
IRIS RESET
ACK/RESET
OPERATE
AUTO FOCUS
CLOSE
CAM
PROHIBITED STATUS MENU SET UP
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
ON
UP
FOCUS
OFF
NEAR
FAR
LEFT
AUX 1
WIPER
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
CAM
POSI
DOWN
AUX 2
DEF
350
MATRIX SWITCHER WJ-SX
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
8
2
3
4
5
6
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
WIDE
TELE
7
DOWN
0
POWER
8
9
DOWN
0
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
ZOOM
TELE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FAR
NEAR
R
L
0
R
L
ZOOM
WIDE
9
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
7
1
TELE
DOWN
R
L
WIDE
ZOOM
WIDE
DOWN
0
System Controller
(Max.4 Units)
Video Monitor(Max.8 Outputs)
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Time Lapse VTR
(Max.8 Control Outputs)
■ Connection with the Camera Sites
Connect the Camera Site equipment to the Camera Input Connectors (CAMERA IN 1-32) on the rear of the Matrix Switcher.
Connect the Camera Site equipment to the RS485 Terminal on the rear of the Matrix Switcher, when specified equipment is
connected.
Note: If you use cables assembled from locally procured materials, it is important that only high quality, data grade cable,
suitable for RS-485 “2-wire twisted pair shielded cable” is used.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of the system.
CAMERA IN
RS485
G B A G B A
N
N
D
D
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
4
3
2
1
CAMERA OUT
Matrix Switcher WJ-SX 350
■ Connection with the Monitors
■ Connection with the System Controller
Connect the Monitors to the Monitor Output Connectors
(MONITOR OUT) on the rear of the Matrix Switcher.
If the supplied 6-conductor cable assembly is used,
simply plug one end of the cable into the Data Input
Port (DATA IN) on the rear of the Matrix Switcher, and
the other end into the Data Output Port (DATA OUT) on
the System Controller.
If you use cables assembled from locally procured
materials, it is important that only high quality, data
grade cable, suitable for RS-485 “2-wire twisted pair
shielded cable” is used.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of the
system.
2
MONITOR OUT
1
DATA IN
4
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
3
4
3
2
1
MONITOR OUT
6
5
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
8
1
7
2
3
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
5
6
7
8
4
5
6
WIDE
9
FAR
NEAR
R
ZOOM
TELE
7
DOWN
0
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
3
L
ZOOM
TELE
2
R
L
4
1
8
WIDE
9
DOWN
0
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
POWER
PROHIBITED
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
FOCUS
1
2
3
FAR
NEAR
R
L
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
TELE
8
0
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9
R
L
ZOOM
ZOOM
TELE
7
FAR
NEAR
WIDE
WIDE
7
8
DOWN
0
9
DOWN
■ Connection with the Time Lapse VTR
Connect the Time Lapse VTR as shown in the example below.
VIDEO IN
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
CAMERA
SW OUT
MONITOR OUT
2
1
2
1
1
ALARM
IN
5
ALARM
OUT
2
COM
6
1 SHOT IN
ALARM
RESET IN
ALARM
4 RECOVER OUT
3
7
COM
8
TAPE END
OUT
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
SERIES
REC IN
SERIES
REC OUT
TIME
11 REC OUT
15 ADJUST IN
REC REVIEW
TIME
12
16
ADJUST OUT
OUT
9
WARNING
OUT
10 HUMID OUT
13
14
ALARM OUT 1-4
Time Lapse VTR
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
■ Connection with Alarm Sensors
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Connect the sensor switches to the Alarm Input Port
(ALARM IN) on the rear of the Matrix Switcher as shown
in the example below.
ALARM IN
19
1
37
20
SW32
SW31
SW2
SW1
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Designation
Alarm 1
Alarm 2
Alarm 3
Alarm 4
Alarm 5
Alarm 6
Alarm 7
Alarm 8
Alarm 9
Alarm 10
Alarm 11
Alarm 12
Alarm 13
Alarm 14
Alarm 15
Alarm 16
Alarm 17
Alarm 18
Alarm 19
Pin Number
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Designation
Alarm 20
Alarm 21
Alarm 22
Alarm 23
Alarm 24
Alarm 25
Alarm 26
Alarm 27
Alarm 28
Alarm 29
Alarm 30
Alarm 31
Alarm 32
Not used
Not used
Not used
Ground
Ground
SECTION 4
SOFTWARE
SETUP
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SETUP MENU
The SETUP MENU provides a way of controlling functions that are not accessible by a direct operation.
Access to the SETUP MENU is limited to operators with
the proper operator's level.
The following buttons and switches are valid in the
SETUP MENU:
Joystick Controller: Moves the cursor to the
desired item on the menu or table.
CAM (SET) button: Executes the setting or selection.
MON (ESC) button: Escapes from the programming mode or menu.
Numeric buttons: Enter any numerical input.
+1 CAM INC button: Selects a mode or parameter
forward.
–1CAM DEC button: Selects a mode or parameter
in reverse.
HISTORY FWD button: Selects the next page or
step.
HISTORY BACK button: Selects the previous
page or step.
● Access to the SETUP MENU
1. System Log-in.
Refer to Log-in on page 50 for details.
Caution: To prevent unauthorized access, be sure to
change the Password preset at the factory.
2. Select the desired monitor for viewing the SETUP
MENU.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
3. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the button lights up.
● To escape from the SETUP MENU
4. Press the SET UP button to allow access to the
SETUP MENU as shown below.
The LED indicator on the ALT button goes off and
the Indicator on the SET UP button lights up.
1. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the
button lights up.
Note: The SETUP MENU is initially set to the default
values. It can be programmed to limited access
to certain operator levels.
If the SETUP Menu does not appear on the
selected monitor and the PROHIBITED indicator light up, press the MON (ESC) button to
reset.
SETUP
P
O
S
C
C
C
F
R
P
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A
A
A
U
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S
M
M
M
N
GRA
RAT
TEM
DA
ERA
–PO
CTI
2. Press the SET UP button to escape from the
SETUP MENU
The menu disappears from the selected monitor.
The LED indicator on both buttons goes off.
MENU
M
OR
TA
TI
SI
ON
L
T
M
K
O
L
A
E
AD
E
P
Y
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■
SETUP MENU
As shown below, the SETUP MENU has seven main sub menus: Program, Operator, System, Camera Data Load, Camera
Title, Camera Position Map and Function Key.
Four of these, Program, Operator, System and Camera Data Load, are further divided into additional sub menus.
SETUP MENU
PROGRAM
TOUR SEQUENCE
Page 30
GROUP SEQUENCE
Page 31
TIMER EVENT
Page 33
ALARM EVENT
OPERATOR
SYSTEM
MODE SELECT
Page 34
MODE 1 SETUP
Page 35
MODE 2 SETUP
Page 35
MODE 3 SETUP
Page 35
MODE SCHEDULE
Page 37
LEVEL TABLE
Page 38
REGISTRATION
Page 39
CONTROLLER MONITOR
Page 40
CONTROLLER COMMUNICATION
Page 40
PC COMMUNICATION
Page 41
CAMERA PORT SELECT
Page 41
RS485 CAMERA COMMUNICATION
Page 42
EXT TIMING
Page 42
CLOCK SET
Page 43
RESET
Page 43
CAMERA DATA LOAD
CAMERA DATA STATUS
Page 44
DOWNLOAD MODE
Page 44
UPLOAD MODE
Page 45
CAMERA TITLE
Page 46
CAMERA POSITION MAP
Page 47
FUNCTION KEY
Page 48
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The SETUP MENU allows access to seven main items
by On-Screen selection as shown below.
SETUP
P
O
S
C
C
C
F
R
P
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A
A
A
U
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M
M
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DA
ERA
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CTI
1. T-SEQ MENU (Tour Sequence)
This table is used to programme or edit a Tour
Sequence.
There are thirty-two (32) Tour Sequences available,
each with thirty-two (32) steps.
Each step consists of a camera number (CAM), an
associated Pan/Tilt preset position or auxiliary switches
[ PRE(AUX) ], and a dwell time (DWELL).
No monitor number is assignable in the Tour Sequence.
The sequence will run on any monitor that the user can
control.
MENU
M
OR
TA
TI
SI
ON
L
T
M
K
O
L
A
E
AD
E
P
Y
Select TOUR SEQUENCE from the PROGRAM MENU
then press the CAM (SET) button. The T-SEQ MENU
appears on the monitor.
To Select an item from the SETUP MENU:
1. Move the cursor to the desired item by moving the
Joystick Controller.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection.
The selected item appears on the monitor.
3. To return to the original screen without making any
changes, press the ALT button and then the SET
UP button.
T–SEQ
S E Q N O.
AUTO SKIP
MENU
=01
=OFF
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
■ PROGRAM MENU
To programme or edit a Tour Sequence, do the following:
Select PROGRAM on the SETUP MENU by moving the
Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to
display the PROGRAM MENU as shown below.
PROGRAM
T
G
T
A
O
R
I
L
AL
U
O
M
A
R
UP
ER
RM
S
S
E
E
MODE
E
E
V
V
Q
Q
E
E
U
U
N
N
Caution: Before programming or editing a Tour
Sequence, the Alarm Mode must be in the OFF
mode first. Follow Alarm Mode Setting Procedures
on page 34.
MENU
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller.
ENCE
ENCE
T
T
"OFF" FOR
2.
SETUP
Enter the desired Tour Sequence Number, 1-32,
by pressing the Numeric buttons, or the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button. Then press the CAM
(SET) button to execute the selection.
A table with the selected sequence numbers
appears on the monitor as shown below.
To Select an item from the PROGRAM MENU:
T–SEQ
1. Move the cursor to the desired item by moving the
Joystick Controller.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection.
The selected item appears on the monitor.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the SETUP
MENU, if desired.
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C
P
D
<
C
P
D
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<
A
R
W
<
A
R
W
S
M
E
EL
S
M
E
EL
N O. 0 1 (S T E P = 0 1 – 0 8)
TEP
=
(AUX)
L
TEP =
(AUX)
L
0
0
0
0
0
2
–
0
1
1
1
3
5
1
–
3
0
1
–
0
0
3
0
0
2
0
–
2
6
0
2
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
7
2
1
7
9
5
1
0
2
–
0
0
1
–
0
4>>
3
–
5
8>>
8
–
5
q
w
e
To initialize the edited sequence
012345678901234567890123
T – S E Q N O. 0 1 ( S T E P = 2 5 – 3 2 )
<
C
P
D
<
C
P
D
<
A
R
W
<
A
R
W
S
M
E
EL
S
M
E
EL
TEP
=
(AUX)
L
TEP =
(AUX)
L
2
2
0
0
2
2
–
0
5
5
1
3
9
9
–
3
2
2
–
0
3
3
0
0
6
6
–
2
0
0
2
2
2
2
0
0
3
3
0
0
7
7
2
1
1
1
5
1
2
2
–
0
3
3
–
0
Note: Once a sequence has been initialized, the previous sequence data cannot be restored.
8>>
8
–
5
2>>
2
–
5
T–SEQ
S E Q N O.
AUTO SKIP
=01
=OFF
P R O G. C L E A R = N O
3. Move the cursor to position 1 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired Camera Number (1-32) for each
step by pressing the Numeric buttons or the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
4. Move the cursor to position 2 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the associated Pan/Tilt Preset Position
Number (if applicable) by pressing the Numeric
buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Or select the Auxiliary Switch Mode shown below
by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Parameter
1N:
1F:
2N:
2F:
MENU
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by moving the Joystick Controller.
Enter a sequence number to be initialized by pressing the Numeric button or the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the PROG. CLEAR parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button.
Mode
AUX1 On
AUX1 Off
AUX2 On
AUX2 Off
3. Select YES by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button, then press the CAM (SET) button.
The new data set for the selected sequence number is initialized.
5. Move the cursor to position 3 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired Dwell Time (1-30) by pressing the
Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
6. Press the HISTORY FWD button to select the next
page or press the HISTORY BACK button to select
the previous page.
Repeat the above procedures until a Tour
Sequence is completely assembled.
2. G-SEQ MENU (Group Sequence)
This table is used to programme or edit a Group
Sequence.
In each step, a maximum of eight (8) cameras can be
assigned to eight (8) monitors, each with preset position
(if applicable) or auxiliary control.
There are four (4) Group Sequences available in this
system.
7. When satisfied with all of the above steps, press the
MON (ESC) button to escape from the programming mode and return to the previous T-SEQ
MENU.
8. Repeat the above procedures to programme the
other Tour Sequences.
Select the GROUP SEQUENCE from the PROGRAM
MENU, then press the CAM (SET) button. The G-SEQ
MENU appears on the monitor.
9. Move the cursor to the AUTO SKIP parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller.
Set ON or OFF by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
The selected parameter is effective for all
sequences (1 - 32) previously set up.
012345678901234567890123
G–SEQ MENU
S E Q N O.
AUTO SKIP
=1
=OFF
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
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Or select the Auxiliary Switch Mode shown below
by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
To programme or edit a Group Sequence, do the following:
Parameter
1N:
1F:
2N:
2F:
Caution: Before programming or editing a Group
Sequence, the Alarm Mode must be in the OFF
mode first. Follow Alarm Mode Setting Procedures
on page 34.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by moving the Joystick Controller.
2.
6. When satisfied with this step, press the HISTORY
FWD button to select the next step or press the
HISTORY BACK button to back up to the previous
step.
Repeat the above procedures until a Group
Sequence is completely assembled.
Enter the desired Group Sequence Number (1-4)
by pressing the Numeric button or the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button. Then press the CAM (SET)
button to execute the selection.
The selected sequence number menu appears on
the monitor as shown below.
7. When satisfied with all of the above steps, press the
MON (ESC) button to escape from the programming mode and return to the previous G-SEQ
MENU.
012345678901234567890123
G – S E Q N O. 1 ( S T E P = 0 1 )
<
C
P
<
C
P
DWELL
=02S
<
A
R
<
A
R
=
MON
M
E
(AUX)
MON =
M
E
(AUX)
G–SEQ
DWELL
<<
C
P
<<
C
P
A
R
A
R
M
M
E
M
M
E
ON
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
5
1
5
5
1
8. Repeat the above procedures to programme the
other Group Sequences.
1
0
2
1
0
0
2
2
6
N
6
6
N
0
2
–
0
0
2
3
7
–
7
7
F
0
2
1
0
0
–
4>>
8
F
8>>
8
–
9. Move the cursor to the AUTO SKIP parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller.
Set ON or OFF by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
The selected parameter is effective for all
sequences (1 - 4) previously set up.
2
3
To initialize the edited sequence
N O. 1 ( S T E P = 3 2 )
=02S
=
(AUX)
ON
=
(AUX)
0
2
0
0
2
0
1
5
1
5
9
1
0
2
1
0
3
2
2
6
N
6
0
N
0
2
–
0
3
2
3
7
–
7
1
F
0
2
1
0
3
–
Mode
AUX1 On
AUX1 Off
AUX2 On
AUX2 Off
Note: Once a sequence has been initialized, the previous sequence data cannot be restored.
4>>
8
F
8>>
2
–
G– S E Q
S E Q N O.
AUTO SKIP
MENU
=01
=OFF
P R O G. C L E A R = N O
3. Move the cursor to position 1 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired Dwell Time (1-30) by pressing the
Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by moving the Joystick Controller.
Enter a sequence number to be initialized by pressing the Numeric button or the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
4. Move the cursor to the position 2 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired Camera Number (1-32) by pressing the Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the PROG. CLEAR parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button.
5. Move the cursor to the position 3 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Enter the associated Pan/Tilt Preset Position
Number (if applicable) by pressing the Numeric
buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Select YES by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button, then press the CAM (SET) button.
The new data set for the selected sequence number is initialized.
Note: The initializing procedures described above also
apply to the other setup tables. Refer to this section
for initializing other tables.
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3. Move the cursor to position 1, 2, 3 and 4 by moving
the Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired hours (military time) and minutes
by pressing the Numeric buttons.
3. TIMER EVENT
This table is used to enable and disable Tour and
Group Sequences according to the time of day and day
of the week.
There are sixteen (16) events available in one day.
4. When satisfied with the programming of timers on
this page, press the HISTORY FWD button to
select the next page.
Repeat the above procedures until all timers are
programmed.
Select TIMER EVENT from the PROGRAM MENU, then
press the CAM (SET) button. The TIMER EVENT menu
appears on the monitor.
5. Press the HISTORY BACK button to go back to the
previous page.
012345678901234567890123
TIMER EVENT
P R O G. D A Y
6. Move the cursor to position 1 by moving the
Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button.
The event menu of the selected timer appears on
the monitor as shown below.
=SUNDAY
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
S U N. E V E N T ( N O. = 0 1 )
<< M
T
<< M
G
To programme or edit a Timer Event schedule, do the
following:
1. Move the cursor to the PROG. DAY parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller.
N. E V E N T
SEQ STA
TG
0:
G
9:
9:
TG
10:
11:
13:
T
17:
19:
q
(
R
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
e
1
01
5
1
M
–
M
G
M
T
M
G
2
02
6
1
3
–
7
1
M
T
M
G
4 >>
04
8 >>
1
START=––:––
STOP =––:––
<< M
–
<< M
–
S U N. – 1 )
T
STOP>>
0
9:00
0
9:30
0 10:00
0 11:30
0 13:00
0 17:00
0 19:00
0 20:00
w
0:00
9:00
S U N. E V E N T ( N O. = 16 )
2. Select a desired day by pressing the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button. Then press the CAM (SET)
button to execute the selection.
The selected timer menu appears on the monitor as
shown below.
SU
< < N O.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
START=
STOP =
1
–
5
–
M
–
M
–
2
6
–
M
–
M
–
3
–
7
–
M
–
M
–
4
–
8
–
>>
>>
7. Move the cursor to the desired monitor number,
then select the desired sequence type and number
by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
8. Press the HISTORY FWD button to select the next
timer event menu, or press the HISTORY BACK
button to back up to the previous timer event menu.
Repeat the procedure 7 until all timer event menus
are programmed.
r
S U N. E V E N T ( S U N. – 2 )
< < N O. S E Q S T A R T
STOP>>
9
G
20:00 22:00
10
22:00 24:00
11
–-:–– ––:–12
–-:–– ––:–13
–-:–– ––:–14
–-:–– ––:–15
–-:–– ––:–16
–-:–– ––:–-
9. When satisfied with all events, press the MON
(ESC) button to return to the previous timer menu.
10. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the TIMER
EVENT menu.
Note: The programmed events are automatically
placed in chronological order.
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11. Repeat the above procedures to programme other
days.
4. ALARM EVENT
Select ALARM EVENT from the PROGRAM MENU, then
press the CAM (SET) button. The ALARM EVENT menu
appears on the monitor.
Cautions:
• When programming a timer event that extends
into the next day, divide the timer event into two
separate events and programme both events
separately.
For example,
Monday 23:00 - 24:00
Tuesday 0:00 - 7:00
As shown below, the ALARM EVENT menu allows
access to five items: MODE SELECT, MODE (1,2,3)
SETUP and MODE SCHEDULE.
ALARM
• A timer activated sequence will continue until
the next automatic or manual operation is performed.
M
M
M
M
M
O
O
O
O
O
D
D
D
D
D
E
E1
E2
E3
E
S
S
S
S
S
E
E
E
E
C
L
T
T
T
H
E
U
U
U
E
EVENT1
CT
P
P
P
DULE
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
MODE "OFF" FOR
SETUP
To select an item from the ALARM EVENT menu:
1. Move the cursor to the desired item by moving the
Joystick Controller.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection. The selected menu appears on the monitor.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the PROGRAM MENU, if desired.
4-1. ALARM MODE SELECT
There are five (5) alarm modes available, MODE1,
MODE2, MODE3, OFF and TIMER.
In Alarm Mode-1, all alarm inputs are displayed in
sequential order on Monitor 1.
In Alarm Mode-2, all alarm inputs are displayed in
sequential order on Monitors 1 through 4.
In Alarm Mode-3, any alarm input can be displayed on
any monitor, along with presets (if applicable) and auxiliary 1 and 2 control.
Select MODE SELECT from the ALARM EVENT menu,
then press the CAM (SET) button. The ALARM MODE
SELECT menu appears on the monitor.
ALARM
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N
N
N
A
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A
P
P
P
B
S
R
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T
T
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M
S
B
P
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Y
MODE
O
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C
O
SELECT
DE =MO
TE =OF
ARD=OF
=OF
SS =OF
=ON
DE1
F
F
F
F
1. Move the cursor to the ALARM MODE parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired alarm mode by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then select the desired
Dwell Time (1-30) by pressing the Numeric buttons
or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the INPUT SITE parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select Camera
Site Alarm input On or Off by pressing the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the AUTO RESET parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired Auto Reset Time by pressing the Numeric
buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Move the cursor to the INPUT BOARD parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select Interface
Alarm input On or Off by pressing the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM EVENT menu.
4. Move the cursor to the INPUT PC parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select PC
Command Alarm input On or Off by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
4-3. ALARM MODE 3
This table is used to set up the alarm function of each
alarm input (1-32).
This enables display of the alarmed picture on the
assigned monitor(s), moves the Pan/Tilt head to the preset position and controls the auxiliary switches.
5. Move the cursor to the CABLE LOSS parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select Video
Signal Loss Alarm input On or Off by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Caution: To be able to set up this table, the ALARM
MODE parameter on the ALARM MODE SELECT
menu must be set to OFF.
6. Move the cursor to the DISPLAY parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then select Alarm
Display On or Off on the monitor by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Select MODE3 from the ALARM EVENT menu, then
press the CAM (SET) button. The ALARM MODE3 menu
appears on the monitor.
7. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM EVENT menu.
ALARM
4-2. ALARM MODE 1 and 2
A L A R M N O.
= 01
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
Caution: To be able to set up these tables, the ALARM
MODE parameter on the ALARM MODE SELECT
menu must be set to OFF.
AUTO
<< M1
S
<< M5
G
Select MODE1 SETUP (MODE2 SETUP) from the
ALARM EVENT menu, then press the CAM (SET) button, the ALARM MODE1 (ALARM MODE2) menu
appears on the monitor.
ALARM
RESET=120S
M2
M3
M4
S
T
T
M6
M7
M8
G
G
G
>>
>>
1. Move the cursor to the AUTO RESET parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired Auto Reset Time by pressing the Numeric
buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
MODE1
DWELL
= 30S
AUTO RESET=120S
ALARM
MODE3
2. Move the cursor to the Monitor Number area by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired spot or sequence mode to be assigned to
the monitor by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
S: Spot
T: Tour Sequence
G: Group Sequence
MODE2
DWELL
= 30S
AUTO RESET=120S
3. Move the cursor to the ALARM NO. parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired Alarm Number (1-32) by pressing the
Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
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4. Move the cursor to the PRE parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then enter a Preset Position
Number, if applicable, by pressing the Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Then press the CAM (SET) button to display the
mode setup table of the selected alarm input as
shown below.
ALARM
MODE
5. Move the cursor to the DWELL parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then enter the desired
Dwell Time(1-30) by pressing the Numeric buttons
or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
MODE3(AL=01)
=––-––
<< M1
S
<< M5
G
M2
S
M6
G
M3
T
M7
G
M4
T
M8
G
6. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM MODE 3 menu.
>>
>>
• Tour Sequence Mode
• Mode selection on ALARM MODE3 table
1. If TOUR is selected on the above menu, the display
will change as follows:
Move the cursor to the MODE parameter by moving the
Joystick Controller. Then set the Mode to SPOT, TOUR
or GROUP by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
ALARM
MODE
=TOUR
S E Q N O. = 0 1
MONI
= 3
• Spot Mode
<< M1
S
<< M5
G
1. If the SPOT is selected on the above menu, the display will change as follows:
ALARM
M2
S
M6
G
M3
T
M7
G
M4
T
M8
G
>>
>>
MODE3(AL=01)
MODE
=SPOT
MONI
=
<< M1
S
<< M5
G
MODE3(AL=01)
2
M2
S
M6
G
2. Move the cursor to the MONI parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then enter a Monitor Number
(1-8) to run the sequence by pressing the Numeric
button or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
CAM
=01
PRE
=01
DWELL=10S
M3
T
M7
G
M4
T
M8
G
>>
Notes: Select a Monitor Number with T (Tour
Sequence Mode) that is previously assigned to
the Monitor Number area.
Monitor Numbers without the T cannot be programmed on this table.
>>
2. Move the cursor to the MONI parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then enter a Monitor Number
to display the spot picture by pressing the Numeric
button or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then enter a Tour
Sequence Number to be run on the selected monitor by pressing the Numeric button or the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Notes:
• Monitor Numbers without the S cannot be programmed on this table.
• If a correct Monitor Number is entered, the
selected monitor in the Monitor Number area is
displayed inversely.
• If an incorrect Monitor Number is entered, the
selected monitor in the Monitor Number area
blinks.
4. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM MODE 3 menu.
3. Move the cursor to the CAM parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then enter a Camera
Number by pressing the Numeric buttons or the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
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2. Select a desired day by pressing the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button. Then press the CAM (SET)
button to execute the selection.
The selected alarm schedule menu appears on the
monitor as shown below.
• Group Sequence Mode
1. If the GROUP is selected on the above menu, the
display will change as follows:
ALARM
q
MODE3(AL=01)
MODE
=GROUP
S E Q N O. = 0 2
<< M1
S
<< M5
G
M2
S
M6
G
M3
T
M7
G
M4
T
M8
G
>>
>>
2. Move the cursor to the SEQ NO. parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then enter a Group
Sequence Number to be run on the selected monitor by pressing the Numeric button or the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM MODE 3 menu.
M
D
F
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
E ( S U N. – 1 )
T
STOP>>
0
9:00
0
9:30
0
10:00
0
11:30
0
13:00
0
17:00
0
19:00
0
20:00
ALA
<<M
M
O
–
–
–
–
–
–
R
O
O
F
–
–
–
–
–
–
M S C H E D U L E ( S U N. – 2 )
DE
START
STOP>>
DE1
20:00
22:00
F
22:00
24:00
–
––:––
––:––
–
––:––
––:––
–
––:––
––:––
–
––:––
––:––
–
––:––
––:––
–
––:––
––:––
4. Move the cursor to position 2, 3, 4 and 5 by moving
the Joystick Controller.
Enter the desired hours (military time) and minutes
by pressing the Numeric buttons.
This table is used to enable and disable Alarm Modes
according to the time of day and day of the week.
There are sixteen (16) modes available in one day.
Caution: To be able to set up this table, the ALARM
MODE parameter on the ALARM MODE SELECT
menu must be set to OFF.
5. When satisfied with the programming of schedules
on this page, press the HISTORY FWD button to
select the next page.
Repeat the above procedures until all schedules
are programmed.
Select MODE SCHEDULE from the ALARM EVENT
menu, then press the CAM (SET) button. The ALARM
SCHEDULE menu appears on the monitor.
P R O G. D A Y
t
R
O
F
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
L
R
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
r
ALA
<<M
O
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
E
SCHEDU
STA
0:
1
9:
2
9:
3
10:
1
11:
2
13:
3
17:
2
19:
e
3. Move the cursor to position 1 by moving the
Joystick Controller.
Then set the Alarm Mode to MODE1, MODE2,
MODE3 or OFF by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
4-4. ALARM SCHEDULE
ALARM
w
6. Press the HISTORY BACK button to go back to the
previous page.
SCHEDULE
7. When satisfied with all schedules, press the MON
(ESC) button to return to the previous ALARM
SCHEDULE menu.
=SUNDAY
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
Note: The programmed schedules are automatically placed in chronological order.
8. Repeat the above procedures to programme other
days.
Caution: When programming an alarm schedule
that extends into the next day, divide the
schedules into two separate schedules and
programme both schedules separately.
For example,
Monday
23:00 - 24:00
Tuesday
0:00 - 7:00
To programme or edit an Alarm Schedule, do the following:
1. Move the cursor to the PROG. DAY parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller.
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■ OPERATOR
1. LEVEL TABLE
The OPERATOR menu allows access to two items: the
level table and operator registration.
This table is used to determine what setup functions
and operations may be performed by the three (3) operator levels.
There is a total of nineteen (19) functions or operation
items available through the three (3) pages of tables.
Select OPERATOR on the SETUP MENU by pressing
the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to display the OPERATOR menu as shown below.
Select LEVEL TABLE on the OPERATOR menu by
pressing the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the LEVEL TABLE menu as
shown below.
OPERATOR
LEVEL
TABLE
LEVEL
TABLE(1)
1
2
REGISTRATION
SE
P
O
S
T
R
P
Y
A
CAM
CAM
U
O
E
S
L
P
G
R
T
L
D
ER
R
A
E
A
A
M
A
T
M
R
T
ENU
M
OR
ESET
A LOAD
TITLE
•
•
•
•
•
3
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
To Select an item from the OPERATOR menu:
1. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing the
Joystick Controller.
LEVEL
T
G
A
A
A
P
S
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection.
The selected item appears on the monitor.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the SETUP
MENU, if desired.
–
–
L
L
L
R
T
S
S
A
A
A
I
A
E
E
R
R
R
O
T
Q SEL
Q SEL
M REC
M ACK
M ALL
RITY
US
E
E
A
/
R
L
T A B L E ( 3)
1
2
CT
CT
LL
RST
ESET
OCK
•
3
•
•
•
•
•
1. Move the cursor to each function or operation item
parameter, then select the desired level by pressing
the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
P:
•:
Enables the functions or operations.
Disables the functions or operations.
2. When satisfied with the programming of levels on
this page, press the HISTORY FWD button to
select the next page.
Repeat the above procedures until all levels are
programmed.
3. Press the HISTORY BACK button to back up to the
previous page.
4. When satisfied with all levels, press the MON (ESC)
button to return to the previous OPERATOR menu.
Note: All operation functions, including those
assigned to the lower level operators, should
be set up by the higher level operators.
Otherwise, the higher level operators have to
use the functions as set up by the lower level
operators.
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2. REGISTRATION (Operator Registration)
Cautions:
• To prevent unauthorized access, be sure to
change the Password preset at the factory.
• If an operator's level for access to the item
“SETUP MENU” or “OPERATOR” on the LEVEL
TABLE has not been registered, that operator
will not be allowed access to the SETUP MENU
a second time.
This table is used to establish operator numbers for the
users of the system along with associated passwords,
operator levels and priorities.
Up to fifteen (15) operators may be registered.
Additionally, operator limits for camera access are on
this table.
5. Move the cursor to the OPERATOR parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the table for the selected
operator shown below.
Select REGISTRATION on the OPERATOR menu by
pressing the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the REGISTRATION menu as
shown below.
CAM
CAM
01
02
03
04
REGISTRATION
O
L
P
P
P
E
R
A
E
V
I
S
R
E
O
S
ATOR
L
RITY
WORD
=
=
=
=
00(TIMER)
1
8
12345
SELECT(OP=00)
CAM
05
06
07
08
•
•
•
•
:V & P / T
CAM
09
10
11
12
•
CAM
13
14
15
16
•
•
•
• :–
:V
P R O G. C L E A R = S E T
CAM
CAM
17
18
19
20
To programme or edit the Operator Registration table,
do the following:
1. Move the cursor to the OPERATOR parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then enter an
Operator Number between 1 and 15 by pressing
the Numeric Buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
SELECT(OP=00)
CAM
21
22
23
24
•
:V&P/T
CAM
25
26
27
28
:V
•
•
CAM
29
30
31
32
•
•
• :–
6. Move the cursor to each camera on the table by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired operator limit by pressing the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the LEVEL parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller. Then enter a Level Number
between 1 and 3 by pressing the Numeric Buttons
or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
P: Enables Video and Pan/Tilt Control
▲: Enables only Video Control
•: Disables Control
3. Move the cursor to the PRIORITY parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then enter a Priority
Number between 1 and 8 by pressing the Numeric
Buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Note: The table for Operator 16 cannot be edited.
4. Move the cursor to the PASSWORD parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then enter a 5-digit
Password Number by pressing the Numeric
Buttons.
7. When satisfied with the programmed operator limits
on this page, press the HISTORY FWD button to
select the next page.
Repeat the above procedures until all limits are programmed.
Notes:
• Operator 00 is allotted for the Timer. Initially,
priority 8 is selected at the factory.
• When using the TIMER EVENT function preferentially in the system, it is recommended to set
PRIORITY higher level (smaller numbers).
For manual operation of the system by an operator, set PRIORITY to a lower level (larger numbers).
8. Press the HISTORY BACK button to go back to the
previous page.
9. When satisfied with all limits, press the MON (ESC)
button to return to the previous REGISTRATION
menu.
10. Similarly, repeat the above procedures to register
all other operators.
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■ SYSTEM
1. Move the cursor to the desired controller and monitor parameter by moving the Joystick Controller,
then select OK or NG by pressing the +1CAM INC
or –1CAM DEC button.
As shown below, the SYSTEM menu allows access to
eight items.
P:
•:
Select SYSTEM on the SETUP MENU by moving the
Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to
display the SYSTEM menu as shown below.
2. Move the cursor to the desired controller and AUTO
position by moving the Joystick Controller, then
select the desired auto log-in mode by pressing the
Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
SYSTEM
C
C
P
C
R
E
C
R
O
O
C
A
S
X
L
E
NTR
NTR
CO
M P
485
T T
OCK
SET
OL
OL
M.
OR
C
IM
S
Approval (OK)
Prohibition (NG)
LER MONI
L E R C O M.
1-15:
T SELECT
A M C O M.
ING
ET
--:
Enables auto log-in function for a
selected operator.
Disables auto log-in function.
3. Repeat the above procedure until the table is completed.
4. After completing the table, press the MON (ESC)
button to escape from the programming mode and
return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
To Select an item from the SYSTEM menu:
1. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing the
Joystick Controller.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection.
The selected item appears on the monitor.
2. CONTROLLER COM. (Controller
Communication)
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the SETUP
MENU, if desired.
This table is used to set the Communication Parameters
between the System Controllers and the Matrix
Switcher.
1. CONTROLLER MONI (ControllerMonitor Partitioning)
Select CONTROLLER COM. on the SYSTEM menu by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the CONTROLLER COM. menu
as shown below.
This table is used to prevent specific System Controllers
from ever controlling the outputs of specific monitors.
This feature prevents an operator from unintentionally
gaining control over a monitor that may not be associated with his/her station.
Additionally, this table is used to edit the Auto Log-in
setting.
CONTROLLER
BAUDRATE
Select CONTROLLER MONI on the SYSTEM menu by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the CONTROLLER MONI menu
as shown below.
CONTROLLER
MON
CU0
CU1
CU2
CU3
CU4
PC
1
2
3
4
•
•
•
•
•
•
6
•
•
:O K
7
8
•
• :NG
U
U
U
U
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
9
9
9
9
2
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
DATA BIT
:8
PARTIY CHECK:NONE
STOP BIT
:1
MONI
5
C
C
C
C
C O M.
1. Move the cursor to the BAUD RATE parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Baud
Rate to 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200 by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
AUTO
0 1
– –
0 2
– –
0 3
– –
2. Repeat the above procedure for the other
Communication Parameters until the table is completed.
3. After completing the table, press the MON (ESC)
button to escape from the programming mode and
return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
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3. PC COM. (PC Communication)
4. CAM PORT SELECT (Camera Port
Select)
This table is used to set the Communication Parameters
between the Personal Computer and the Matrix
Switcher.
This table is used to select either RS485 port 1 or 2 for
the cameras.
Up to sixteen (16) cameras can be assingned to each
port.
Select PC COM. on the SYSTEM menu by moving the
Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to
display the PC COM. menu as shown below.
PC
B
D
P
S
X
W
A
A
A
T
O
A
U
T
R
O
N
I
Move the cursor to CAM PORT SELECT on the SYSTEM
menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the CAM PORT SELECT
menu as shown below.
C O M.
DRATE
A BIT
ITY CHECK
P BIT
/XOFF
T TIME
19200
8
NONE
1
OFF
OFF
CAM
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
1. Move the cursor to the BAUD RATE parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Baud
Rate to 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200 by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CAM PORT SELECT
CAM
CAM
CAM
09 2
17 1
25
10 2
18 1
26
11 2
19 2
27
12 2
20 1
28
13 –
21 1
29
14 2
22 –
30
15 –
23 –
31
16 –
24 –
32
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–
1. Move the cursor to a Camera Number parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the
Camera Port to 1, 2 or – by pressing the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the DATA BIT parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Data
Bit to 7 or 8 by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
1:
2:
–:
3. Move the cursor to the PARITY CHECK parameter
by moving the Joystick Controller. Then set Parity
Check to ODD, EVEN or NONE by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
Communicates through port 1
Communicates through port 2
No communication
Note: Select 1 or 2, if the associated camera site
units are connected. If not, always set the parameter to “–”.
4. Move the cursor to the STOP BIT parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Stop Bit
to 1 or 2 by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
2. Repeat the above procedure for the other Camera
Numbers until the table is completed.
3. After completing the table, press the MON (ESC)
button to escape from the programming mode and
return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
5. Move the cursor to the XON/OFF parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Mode
to ON or OFF by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
6. Move the cursor to the WAIT TIME parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Wait
Time to 100, 200, 400, 1000 or OFF by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
7. After completing the table, press the MON (ESC)
button to escape from the programming mode and
return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
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5. RS485 CAM COM. (RS485 Camera
Site Communication)
6. EXT TIMING (External Timing)
This table permits the sequence dwell time on the
selected monitor to be synchronized with the time lapse
mode set in the associated Time Lapse VTR.
This table is used to set the Communication Parameters
between the RS485 Port installed in the Matrix Switcher
and the Camera Site.
Move the cursor to the EXT TIMING on the SYSTEM
menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the EXT TIMING menu as
shown below.
Move the cursor to RS485 CAM COM. on the SYSTEM
menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the RS485 CAM COM.
menu as shown below.
RS485
B
D
P
S
W
D
A
A
A
T
A
E
U
T
R
O
I
L
CAM
DRATE
A BIT
ITY CHECK
P BIT
T TIME
AY TIME
EXT
TIMING
MON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C O M.
PORT1
19200
8
NONE
1
OFF
OFF
PORT2
19200
8
NONE
1
OFF
OFF
1. Move the cursor to the BAUD RATE parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Baud
Rate to 2400, 4800, 9600 or 19200 by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
N
F
F
N
N
F
N
F
F
F
F
F
1. Move the cursor to a Monitor Number parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Mode
to ON or OFF by pressing the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the DATA BIT parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Data
Bit to 7 or 8 by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
2. When satisfied with all settings, press the MON
(ESC) button to escape from the programming
mode and return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
Note: If External Timing is selected for a monitor,
any Dwell Time programmed on the sequence
tables for that monitor will be invalid.
Minimum duration for camera switching pulse is
one (1) second.
3. Move the cursor to the PARITY CHECK parameter
by moving the Joystick Controller. Then set Parity
Check to ODD, EVEN or NONE by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
4. Move the cursor to the STOP BIT parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Stop Bit
to 1 or 2 by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button.
5. Move the cursor to the WAIT TIME parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Wait
Time to 100, 200, 400, 1000 or OFF by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
6. Move the cursor to the DELAY TIME parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller. Then set the Delay
Time to 10, 20, 40, 100 or OFF by pressing the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
7. Repeat the above procedures for the other port.
8. After completing the table, press the MON (ESC)
button to escape from the programming mode and
return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
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7. CLOCK SET
8. RESET
This table is used to set the present time and date.
This table is used to reset the system to the initial factory settings.
Note that this function clears all data setup previously,
so avoid using it unless necessary.
This table can also be used to clear stored alarm
records.
Move the cursor to CLOCK SET on the SYSTEM menu
by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the CLOCK SET menu as shown
below.
CLOCK
DD
1
.
.
MMM
JAN
.
.
Move the cursor to RESET on the SYSTEM menu by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the RESET menu as shown
below.
SET
YY
98
HH:MM
12:15
RESET
1. Move the cursor to the DD parameter by moving the
Joystick Controller, then enter the desired date by
pressing the Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or
–1CAM DEC button.
2. Move the cursor to the MMM parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then select the desired
month by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
ALL
RESET=SET
RECALL
CLEAR=SET
1. Move the cursor to the RECALL CLEAR parameter
by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button.
3. Move the cursor to the YY parameter by moving the
Joystick Controller, then enter the desired year (last
two digits) by pressing the Numeric buttons or the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
2. Select YES by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button, then press the CAM (SET) button.
All alarm data stored in the logs is cleared.
3. Move the cursor to the ALL RESET parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button.
Note: Valid dates are between the year 1998 and
the year 2 096.
Enter “00” for the year of 2 000.
4. Select YES by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button, then press the CAM (SET) button.
All parameters that have been changed from the initial factory settings are reset to their initial values.
4. Move the cursor to the HH parameter by moving the
Joystick Controller, then enter the desired hours
(military time) by pressing the Numeric buttons or
the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
5. Press the MON (ESC) button to escape from the
programming mode and the system will restart.
5. Move the cursor to the MM parameter by moving
the Joystick Controller, then enter the desired minutes by pressing the Numeric buttons or the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
6. Press the MON (ESC) button to escape from the
programming mode and return to the previous SYSTEM menu.
Note: The date and time are updated when the
MON (ESC) button is pressed.
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■ DATA LOAD
2. DOWN LOAD MODE
Move the cursor to CAM DATA LOAD on the SETUP
MENU by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the DATA LOAD menu as
shown below.
This table is used to save the camera setup data into
the memory of the Matrix Switcher.
If the setup content of the camera is lost due to malfunctioning or replacement of a camera, you can simply
reload the data stored in the Matrix Switcher.
The following function is available only when the specified cameras are connected to the Matrix Switcher.
DATA
LOAD
CAM DATA STATUS
DOWN LOAD MODE
UP
LOAD MODE
Move the cursor to DOWN LOAD MODE on the DATA
LOAD menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then
press the CAM (SET) button to display the DOWN
LOAD MODE menu as shown below.
DOWN
ALL
LOAD
MODE
MODE
To Select an item from the DATA LOAD menu:
SELECT MODE
1. Move the cursor to desired item by moving the
Joystick Controller.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the selection.
The selected item appears on the monitor.
3. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the SETUP
MENU, if desired.
Caution: Before attempting to upload or download the
camera data, be sure to set the OFF mode for the
Motion Detector of the cameras, if applicable.
Note: It will take about seven to ten minutes to upload
or download the camera data for each camera.
C A U T I O N :|
DATA LOADING.
SYSTEM WILL STOP
SYSTEM STOP =SET
1. A message appears to indicate that the system will
stop while data is being loaded.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button, then select YES by
pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Press the CAM (SET) button again to move the cursor to the mode items.
4. Select either ALL MODE or SELECT MODE by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the selected menu.
1. CAM DATA STATUS (Camera Data
Status)
ALL MODE: Enables storing setup data for all cameras.
SELECT MODE: Enables storing setup data for the
selected camera.
Move the cursor to CAM DATA STATUS on the DATA
LOAD menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then
press the CAM (SET) button to display the CAM DATA
STATUS menu as shown below.
5. If ALL MODE is selected, the following menu
appears on the monitor and loading starts.
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CA
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
M DATA
09 • C1
10 • C1
11 • C1
12 • C2
13 • C2
14 • C2
15 • C2
16 • C2
:S A V E
STATUS
7 • C25
8 • C26
9 • C27
0 • C28
1 • C29
2 • C30
3 • C31
4 • C32
• :NONE
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DOWN LOAD
C01❇• C09❇ •
C02❇• C10❇ •
C03❇• C11❇•
C04❇• C12❇•
C05❇• C13❇•
C06❇• C14❇•
C07❇• C15❇•
C08❇• C16❇•
C01 LOADING
The camera data status is indicated in this table as
follows:
P:
•:
Data exists
No data exists
Press the MON (ESC) button to escape from this
menu and return to the previous DATA LOAD menu.
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ALL M
C17❇•
C18❇•
C19❇•
C20❇•
C21❇
C22❇•
C23❇•
C24❇•
ODE
C25❇
C25❇
C27❇
C28❇
C29❇
C30❇
C31❇
C32❇
•
•
•
•
•
•
• • • • •
6. If SELECT MODE is selected, the following menu
appears on the monitor.
3. UP LOAD MODE
This table is used to upload camera setup data from the
Matrix Switcher’s memory to each camera.
D O W N L O A D S E L. M O D E
C01 • C09 • C17 •
C 25 •
C02 • C10 • C18 •
C 26 •
C03 • C11 • C19 •
C 27 •
C04 • C12 • C20 •
C 28 •
C05 • C13 • C21 •
C29 •
C06 • C14 • C22 •
C 30 •
C07 • C15 • C23 •
C 31 •
C08 • C16 • C24 •
C 32 •
C01 LOADING START
Move the cursor to UP LOAD MODE on the DATA LOAD
menu by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the UP LOAD MODE menu
as shown below.
UP
7. Move the cursor with the Joystick Controller to a
Camera Number parameter to download. Then
select “❇” by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM
DEC button. The “❇” sign signifies that the camera
is selected for downloading.
D O W N L O A D S E L. M O D E
C 0 1 ❇ • C 0 9❇ • C 1 7 ❇ •
C25❇•
C 0 2 ❇ • C 1 0❇ • C 1 8 •
C25❇•
C 0 3 ❇ • C 1 1 ❇• C 1 9 ❇•
C27❇•
C 0 4 ❇ • C 1 2 ❇• C 2 0 ❇•
C28❇•
C 0 5 ❇ • C 1 3 ❇• C 2 1 ❇ •
C29❇
C 0 6 ❇ • C 1 4 ❇• C 2 2 ❇•
C30❇•
C 0 7 ❇ • C 1 5 ❇• C 2 3 ❇•
C31❇•
C 0 8 ❇ • C 1 6 ❇• C 2 4 ❇•
C32❇
C01 LOADING START
MODE
SELECT
MODE
1. A message appears to indicate that the system will
stop while data is being loaded.
2. Press the CAM (SET) button, then select YES by
pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
3. Press the CAM (SET) button again to move the cursor to the mode items.
4. Select either ALL MODE or SELECT MODE by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the CAM
(SET) button to display the selected menu.
9. Move the cursor to START by moving the Joystick
Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to start
loading.
ALL MODE: Enables data uploading to all cameras.
SELECT MODE: Enables data uploading to the
selected camera.
10. When loading is finished, the result is displayed for
each cameras.
L MODE
O• C25N •
O• C25N•
O• C27N•
O• C28N•
O• C29O•
O• C30N•
O• C31O•
N• C32O
5. If ALL MODE is selected, the following menu
appears on the monitor and loading starts.
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
D O W N L O A D S E L. M O D E
C01N • C09O • C17 O• C25N •
C02O• C10 N • C18 O• C25N•
C03O• C11N • C19 O• C27N•
C04O• C12O • C20 O• C28N•
C05O• C13O • C21 O• C29O•
C06O • C14O • C22 O• C30N•
C07O• C15O • C23 O• C31O•
C08O • C16N • C24 N• C32O
C29 LOADING
O:
N:
ALL
MODE
C A U T I O N :| D A T A L O A D I N G .
SYSTEM WILL STOP
SYSTEM STOP =SET
8. Repeat procedure 7 to select other cameras.
DOWN LOAD AL
C01N • C09O • C17
C02O• C10N • C18
C03O• C11N • C19
C04O• C12O • C20
C05O• C13O • C21
C06O • C14O • C22
C07O• C15O • C23
C08O • C16N • C24
C32 LOADING
LOAD
Loading is completed.
Loading is not completed.
11. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the original
camera view.
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01❇
02❇
03❇
04❇
05❇
06❇
07❇
08❇
C02
UP LOAD ALL MODE
• C 0 9❇ • C 1 7 ❇ • C 2 5 ❇ •
• C 1 0❇ • C 1 8 ❇• C 2 5 ❇ •
• C 1 1 ❇• C 1 9 ❇ • C 2 7 ❇ •
• C 1 2 ❇• C 2 0 ❇ • C 2 8 ❇ •
• C 1 3 ❇• C 2 1 ❇ • C 2 9 ❇
• C 1 4 ❇• C 2 2 ❇ • C 3 0 ❇ •
• C 1 5 ❇• C 2 3 ❇ • C 3 1 ❇ •
• C 1 6 ❇• C 2 4 ❇ • C 3 2 ❇
LOADING
• • • • •
6. If SELECT MODE is selected, the following menu
appears on the monitor.
C01
C02
C03
C04
C05
C06
C07
C08
C0
U P L O A D S E L.
• C09 • C17
• C10 • C18
• C11 • C19
• C12 • C20
• C13 • C21
• C14 • C22
• C15 • C23
• C16 • C24
1 LOADING STA
MO
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
RT
DE
C 25
C 26
C 27
C 28
C29
C 30
C 31
C 32
11. Press the MON (ESC) button to return to the original camera view.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
■ CAMERA TITLE
This table is used to edit the camera titles to be displayed on the monitor screen.
There are thirty two (32) camera titles available.
Each title is composed of fifteen (15) characters per
line, times two (2) lines.
7. Move the cursor with the Joystick Controller to a
Camera Number parameter to upload. Then select
“❇” by pressing the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC
button.
Move the cursor to CAMERA TITLE on the SETUP
MENU by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the CAMERA TITLE menu
as shown below.
8. Repeat procedure 7 to select other cameras.
C01❇
C02❇
C03❇
C04❇
C05❇
C06❇
C07❇
C08❇
C03
Loading is completed.
Loading is not completed.
O:
N:
U P L O A D S E L. M O D E
• C 0 9❇ • C 1 7 ❇ • C 2 5 ❇ •
• C 1 0❇ • C 1 8 • C 2 5 ❇ •
• C 1 1 ❇• C 1 9 ❇ • C 2 7 •
• C 1 2 ❇• C 2 0 ❇ • C 2 8 ❇ •
• C 1 3 ❇• C 2 1 •
C29❇
• C 1 4 ❇• C 2 2 ❇ • C 3 0 ❇ •
• C 1 5 ❇• C 2 3 ❇ • C 3 1 •
• C 1 6 ❇• C 2 4 ❇ • C 3 2
LOADING
• • • • •
CAMERA
T I T L E (C 0 1 – C 0 4)
C01
C02
C03
C04
CAMERA
9. Move the cursor to START by moving the Joystick
Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to start
loading.
T I T L E (C 2 9 – C 3 2)
C29
C30
10. When loading is finished, the result is displayed for
each camera.
C31
C32
UP LOAD ALL
MOD
C01 • C09 • C17 •
C02N• C10
• C18 •
C03O• C110 • C19 •
C04O• C12O • C20 •
C05O• C13O • C21 O•
C06 • C14 • C22 •
C07N• C15O • C23 •
C08 • C16 • C24 •
C32 LOADING
E
C25 •
C25 •
C27 •
C28 •
C29O•
C30 •
C31 •
C32O
1. Move the cursor with the Joystick Controller to the
desired camera number to edit a title by moving the
Joystick Controller, then press the CAM (SET) button to display the selected camera’s title editing
table as shown below.
CAMERA
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
UP
01 •
02 •
03O•
04 •
05N•
06 •
07 •
08 •
C 29 L
L O A D S E L. M O D E
C09 •
C17
•
C10 •
C18
•
C11 •
C19
•
C12
C20
•
C13 •
C21
•
C14 •
C22
•
C15O •
C23 •
C16 •
C24
•
OADING
C25
C25
C27
C28
C29O
C30
C31
C32
T I T L E (C 0 1)
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ0123456789
(). , ' " : ; & # ! = + - * / % $
Ä Ü Ö/E Ñ Ä Ø
•
•
•
•
CLEAR
•
•
2. Select the desired character from the table by moving the Joystick Controller. Then press the CAM
(SET) button to pick up the character, and place it
in the title editing area.
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1. Move the cursor to the PAGE COUNT parameter by
moving the Joystick Controller, then select the
desired page number by pressing the Numeric buttons or the +1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
(In the initial state, it is not necessary to select the
page number.)
Press the CAM (SET) button to display the editing
table as shown below.
3. Repeat the above procedure until the title for a
selected camera is completed.
4. If a wrong character is selected, press the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button to move the cursor in the
title area.
Then press the CAM (SET) button to replace the
character with the new character selected from the
table.
5. Press the MON (ESC) button to escape from editing
mode and return to the previous CAMERA TITLE
menu.
CAM–POSI
CAM
01
01
01
01
01
6. Repeat the above procedures to edit other camera
titles.
PRE
01
02
03
05
06
SET(PAGE=001)
C –P
001
002
003
004
005
CAM
01
01
02
02
02
PRE
63
64
01
02
03
C –P
006
007
008
009
010
7. When satisfied with all the camera titles, press the
MON (ESC) button to return to the previous SETUP
MENU.
CAM–POSI
CAM
32
32
32
32
32
■ CAM-POSI SET (Camera
Position Set)
This table is used to preset Camera Position Numbers
by assigning a 3-digit preset number to each camera
position. The Pan/Tilt head can then be moved to the
preset position by simply entering the position number.
C –P
992
993
994
995
996
CAM
PRE
C –P
2. Move the cursor with the Joystick Controller to the
position you want to edit, then enter the desired
number by pressing the Numeric buttons or the
+1CAM INC or –1CAM DEC button.
If the CAM (SET) button is pressed on that position,
it is automatically entering numbers as shown
below. You may revise those entered numbers manually.
Note: This function requires the use of a camera with
preset panning capability, such as the Panasonic
WV-CSR600 series.
Move the cursor to CAM-POSI MAP on the SETUP
MENU by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the CAM-POSI SET menu
as shown below.
CAM (Camera Number):
PRE (Preset Position Number):
C - P (Camera Position Number):
1 - 32
1 - 64
1 - 999
3. When satisfied with programming or editing this
page, press the HISTORY FWD button to select the
next page.
@
CAM–POSI SET
@
@
@ SET C-P MAX=996
@ PAGE COUNT =100
@ P R O G. C L E A R
PRE
01
02
03
05
06
SET(PAGE=100)
4. Press the HISTORY BACK button to go back to the
previous page.
=SET
5. When satisfied with programming or editing all the
camera positions, press the MON (ESC) button to
return to the previous CAM-POSI SET menu.
Note: If lots of camera positions are set up in the
tables, it will take time to return to the previous
menu for sorting the list or checking errors.
If there are duplicate camera positions in the
tables, the cursor moves to that position.
Repeat the setup procedure to correct that
position.
The table displays the preset status as shown
below.
SET C-P MAX: Indicates the number of preset
camera positions.
PAGE COUNT: Indicates the page number of the
camera setup table.
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■ FUNCTION KEY MODE
This table is used to programme and edit the camera
functions by assigning a 1-digit number to each function. The function can then be called up by simply
pressing the respective Numeric button.
Note: This function requires the use of a camera that is
equipped with the necessary features.
Move the cursor to FUNCTION KEY on the SETUP
MENU by moving the Joystick Controller, then press the
CAM (SET) button to display the FUNCTION KEY
MODE menu as shown below.
FUNCTION
KEY
MODE
F1–F3:SHUTTER
F4–F6:CAM FUNCTION1
F7–F8:RCV FUNCTION
F1:SHUTTER
F2:SHUTTER
F3:SHUTTER
ON/OFF
DEC
INC
1. Move the cursor to the desired Function Number
parameter by moving the Joystick Controller, then
select the desired function by pressing the +1CAM
INC or –1CAM DEC button.
The available functions are shown below.
Parameter
SHUTTER
SHUTTER ON/OFF
SHUTTER DEC
SHUTTER INC
SENS UP
SENS UP AT/MN/OFF
SENS UP DEC
SENS UP INC
CAM FUNCTION 1
ALC ELC/MANU
AGC ON/OFF
WHITE BAL ATW/AWC
CAM FUNCTION 2
BLC AUTO/PRE/MIL
MOTION DET ON/OFF
MD DISPLAY ON/OFF
RCV FUNCTION
CAM POWER ON/OFF
PRESET SEQ ON/OFF
REFRESH POSI
Functions
Electronic Shutter
Shutter On/Off
Shutter Speed Decrement
Shutter Speed Increment
Electronic Sensitivity Up
Sensitivity Up Auto/Manual/Off
Sensitivity Up Decrement
Sensitivity Up Increment
Camera Functions 1
ALC ELC (Manual) Control
AGC On/Off Control
White Balance Control
Camera Functions 2
BLC Control
Motion Detector ON/Off
Motion Detector Display Mode On/Off
Receiver Functions
Camera Power On/Off
Preset Sequence Control
Refresh Position Control
2. Repeat the above procedure to programme other
functions.
3. When satisfied with all function numbers programmed, press the MON (ESC) button to return to
the previous SETUP MENU.
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SECTION 5
OPERATING
PROCEDURES
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
Before starting the following procedures, all system
components should be turned on.
Note: The BUSY indicator blinks when another
operator, with a higher operator priority, is currently controlling the monitor outputs.
The lower priority operator may not log-in while
this indicator is blinking.
1. Log-in
• Auto Login Setting
1. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
AUTO LOGIN is set to On mode, any operator can
log-in as any operators previously. Refer to Auto
Log-in setting on page 40.
The Auto Log-in function may not work, if a previous operator has not logged out properly. In this
case, follow the above procedure to log in manually.
2. Select the registered Operator Number (up to 15)
by pressing the Numeric buttons, then press the
CAM (SET) button. The initial factory setting is 1.
The LOGIN indicator blinks when the selected registered number is correct.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
2. Monitor Selection
LOGIN
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
Select the desired Monitor Number (1 to 8) by pressing
the Numeric button, then press the MON (ESC) button
to execute the selection.
HISTORY
See page 39 for details on registering Operator
Numbers.
1
2
3
4
5
6
3. Select the registered Password (five digits) by
pressing the Numeric buttons, then press the CAM
(SET) button. The initial factory setting is 12345.
The blinking LOGIN indicator changes to steady
light.
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
SET
BACK
FWD
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
Note: The BUSY indicator blinks, if the monitor is
selected by a higher priority operator. Control
of the same monitor is denied to an operator
with a lower priority.
LOGIN
ESC
ESC
HISTORY
See page 39 for details on registering Password
Numbers.
Caution: If an incorrect operator number or password is selected, the PROHIBITED indicator
blinks for two seconds and the Log-in procedure automatically returns to the start.
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2. Press the Focus (FOCUS NEAR/FAR) switch to
adjust the lens focus to achieve a sharply focused
picture while observing the monitor.
3. Camera Selection
1.
Select the camera number (1 to 32) by pressing
the Numeric buttons, then press the CAM (SET)
button.
The selected camera picture appears on the currently selected monitor.
FOCUS
NEAR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
FAR
3. Press the Auto Focus (AUTO FOCUS) button to
adjust the lens focus automatically, equipped the
specified camera with the auto focus feature, such
as the Panasonic WV-CSR600 series is used.
HISTORY
AUTO FOCUS
2. Press the +1 CAM INC button to replace the currently selected camera with the next higher camera
number.
+1 CAM
INC
4. Press the Zoom (ZOOM TELE/WIDE) switch to
adjust the lens zoom to achieve the desired picture
while observing the monitor.
Press this switch to the TELE position to optically
bring an object closer. Pressing to the WIDE position has the reverse effect.
3. Press the –1 CAM DEC button to replace the currently selected camera with the next lower camera
number.
ZOOM
−1 CAM
DEC
TELE
WIDE
5. Press the Lens Iris (IRIS CLOSE, OPEN) buttons to
close/open the lens iris. Adjust the lens iris by
using the buttons to obtain the proper picture exposure.
Notes:
• The BUSY indicator lights up, if the camera is
selected by a higher priority operator. Control of the
same camera is denied to an operator with a lower
priority.
• The noise viewed white may appear on the monitor screen during the spot or sequence camera
selection. This is normal phenomenon and not malfunction.
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
4. Lens Control
By pressing both of these buttons at the same time,
the lens iris is set to the factory preset condition.
Note: Confirm that the specified lens, with power
zoom/focus functions is mounted on the camera.
Also confirm that the Lens Selection (DC/VIDEO) on
the camera is set to the DC position.
Function capabilities vary between cameras.
Referring to the operating instructions of each camera is recommended.
Note: When a camera, with an ALC Lens, has AGC
turned on, the iris close, open function will
operate slowly. By pressing the above buttons
repeatedly (instead of holding down), this function will operate faster.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
6. If the Lens Control needs fine adjustment, press the
FOCUS, ZOOM or IRIS switch or button, while
pressing the PAUSE button.
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5. Pan/Tilt Control
Note: To be able to use the above function, the
Preset Position Number must have been set
with that camera.
Refer to the camera’s operating instructions for
setting procedures.
5-1. Pan/Tilt Control (Manual Operation)
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
5-3. Pan/Tilt Control
(Home Position Operation)
2. Move the Joystick Controller to move the Pan/Tilt
Head towards the desired direction.
If the joystick is positioned in between UP and
RIGHT, the Pan/Tilt Head moves diagonally towards
Up and Right.
Eight directions are available: UP/DOWN/RIGHT/
LEFT/ UP-RIGHT/UP-LEFT/DOWN-RIGHT/DOWNLEFT.
The following function requires the use of a camera
with preset panning capability, such as the
Panasonic WV-CSR600 series.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
UP
2. Select 0 by pressing the Numeric button.
3. Press the PRESET POSI button to activate the
camera to move to the Home Position.
RIGHT
LEFT
DOWN
3. If Pan/Tilt control needs fine adjustment, move the
Joystick Controller while pressing the PAUSE button.
5-2. Pan/Tilt Control (Preset Position
Operation)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
PRESET
POSI
HISTORY
The following function requires the use of a camera with
preset panning capability, such as the Panasonic WVCSR600 series.
Note: To be able to use the above function, the
Home Position must have been set with that
camera.
Refer to the camera’s operating instructions for
setting procedures.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
2. Select the preset number by pressing the Numeric
buttons.
5-4. Pan/Tilt Control
(Camera Position Operation)
3. Press the PRESET POSI button to activate the
camera to move to the preset position.
The following function requires the use of a camera with
preset panning capability, such as the Panasonic WVCSR600 series.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
1. Select the desired monitor.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
PRESET
POSI
2. Select a registered Camera Position Number by
pressing Numeric buttons.
3. Press the CAM POSI button to activate the camera
to move to the preset position.
HISTORY
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
CAM
POSI
2. Press the AUTO PAN/RANDM PAN ON button,
while SHIFT is in Off position (Indicator light off), to
activate Auto Panning function.
To cancel Auto Panning, press the AUTO
PAN/RANDM PAN OFF button while SHIFT is in
Off position (Indicator light off).
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
SHIFT
While the ALT indicator is on, selecting a Camera
Position Number by pressing the Numeric buttons
also activates the camera to move to the desired
position.
Note: To be able to use the above function, the
Preset Position Number must be registered
with the Camera Number.
Refer to the Camera Position Set on page 47
for the registration procedures.
ON
RANDM PAN
3. Press the AUTO PAN/RANDM PAN ON button,
while SHIFT is in On position (Indicator light on), to
activate Random Panning function.
To cancel Random Panning, press the AUTO
PAN/RANDM PAN OFF button while SHIFT is in On
position (Indicator light on).
5-5. Pan/Tilt Control (Auto/Random Panning)
The functions described below are available with the
following camera models:
MODEL
WV-7220D
WV-7225
WV-CSR400
WV-CSR600
WV-BSR300
AUTO-PAN
*b
*b
Available
Available
Available
RANDOM-1
*b
*b
Not available
Not available
Not available
OFF
AUTO PAN
RANDOM-2
*b
*b
Not available
Not available
Not available
SHIFT
ON
OFF
AUTO PAN
RANDM PAN
Notes:
*b: Function is available when the WV-RC100, WVRC150 or WV-RC-170 Receiver is included in the
system.
Note: The Joystick Control can be used to cancel
the Auto or Random Panning function.
Random-1: Auto Panning Head pans for a predetermined time, “X” (set on the receiver), stops for
2X, continues in the same direction for “X” period,
unless Pan Limit Switch is closed, in which case
unit will pan in reverse direction for remainder of X
time.
6. Camera Housing Control
6-1. Wiper control
Random-2: Panning direction and time are almost
impossible to predict.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
2. Press the AUX 1/WIPER ON button, while SHIFT is
in On position (Indicator light on), to turn on the
Housing Wiper.
To turn off the Wiper, press the AUX 1/WIPER OFF
button while SHIFT is in On position (Indicator light
on).
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SHIFT
ON
OFF
AUX 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
WIPER
Caution: To prevent premature wearing of the
wiper blades, be sure to turn off the wiper when
it is not needed or before selecting another
camera for viewing.
3. Press the FWD SEQ button to run the sequence in
forward direction, or press the BACK SEQ button
to run the sequence in reverse direction.
SEQUENCE
6-2. Defroster Control
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
2. Press the AUX 2/DEF ON button, while SHIFT is in
On position (Indicator light On), to turn on the
Housing Defroster.
To turn off the Defroster, press the AUX 2/DEF OFF
button while SHIFT is in On position (Indicator light
On).
−1 CAM
DEC
+1 CAM
INC
DEC
SHIFT
4. Press the PAUSE button to pause the running
sequence.
The P sign is inversely displayed at the Tour
Sequence Number on the selected monitor.
ON
OFF
5. Press the FWD SEQ button to continue a sequence
that was previously paused by the PAUSE button.
The sequence will continue in the forward direction
from the step that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
AUX 2
DEF
6. Press the BACK SEQ button to continue a
sequence that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
The sequence will continue in the reverse direction
from the step that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
7. Running Sequence
7-1. Tour Sequence
The following functions are available only if a Tour
Sequence has been previously established through the
Setup Menu. As described on page 30, any one of thirty-two (32) tours can be assigned to any one of eighth
(8) monitors.
7. Press the +1CAM INC button to move a sequence
one step forward from the step that was previously
paused by the PAUSE button.
8. Press the –1 CAM DEC button to move a sequence
one step backward from the step that was previously paused by the PAUSE button.
1. Select the desired monitor.
Refer to the Monitor Selection on page 50.
9. To return to spot monitoring, select the desired
camera number by pressing the Numeric buttons,
then press the CAM (SET) button.
2. Select the desired Tour Sequence Number (1-32)
by pressing the Numeric buttons.
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6. Press the BACK SEQ button to continue a
sequence that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
The sequence will continue in the reverse direction
from the step that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
7-2. Group Sequence
The following function is available only if a Group
Sequence has been previously established through the
Setup Menu. As described on page 31, up to four (4)
Group sequences can be set up.
7. Press the +1 CAM INC button to move a sequence
one step forward from the step that was previously
paused by the PAUSE button.
1. As described earlier, a Group Sequence determines which monitor is to be assigned to which
camera. Therefore, selecting a monitor is not
required.
8. Press the –1CAM DEC button to move a sequence
one step backward from the step that was previously paused by the PAUSE button.
2. Select a desired Group Sequence Number (101 to
104) by pressing the Numeric buttons.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
9. To return to the spot monitoring, select the desired
camera number by pressing the Numeric buttons,
then press the CAM (SET) button.
8. On Screen Display
HISTORY
1. Select the desired monitor.
Refer to the Monitor Selection on page 50.
Note: The first digit 1 stands for the command signal to activate the Group Sequence. Make sure
the digit 1 is selected first to choose the Group
Sequence.
2. Select 11 by pressing the Numeric buttons, then
press the FUNCTION button to toggle the display of
date and time on and off on the selected monitor.
3. Press the FWD SEQ button to run the sequence in
forward direction, or press the BACK SEQ button
to run the sequence in reverse direction.
SEQUENCE
BACK
FWD
SEQ PAUSE SEQ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
FUNCTION
HISTORY
−1 CAM
DEC
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+1 CAM
INC
DEC
C32 M2 CU3
P64 T32
4. Press the PAUSE button to pause the running
sequence.
The P sign is inversely displayed at the Group
Sequence Number on the selected monitor.
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ROOM 306
3. Select 22 by pressing the Numeric buttons, then
press the FUNCTION button to toggle the monitor
status display on and off on the selected monitor.
5. Press the FWD SEQ button to continue a sequence
that was previously paused by the PAUSE button.
The sequence will continue in the forward direction
from the step that was previously paused by the
PAUSE button.
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9. Camera Function Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
The camera functions (Electronic Shutter, Electronic
Sensitivity Up, ALC/MANUAL, AGC, White Balance,
BLC, Site Alarm, Camera Power, Camera Preset
Sequence, Refresh Position) can be remote controlled
on the Switcher’s front panel. Control operation should
be performed with the monitoring camera picture on the
selected monitor.
The following functions are available only when the
specified cameras with the desired features are used.
FUNCTION
HISTORY
Note: Selectable numbers 1 to 9 are partitioned in three
groups such as [1][2][3], [4][5][6] and [7][8][9].
The camera functions must be assigned to one of
these three groups. Refer to Function Key Mode on
page 48 for setup.
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C32 M2 CU3
P64 T32
3RD FLOOR
ROOM 306
9-1. Electronic Shutter Mode
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
4. Select 33 by pressing the Numeric buttons, then
press the FUNCTION button to toggle the camera
title display on and off on the selected monitor.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
2. Select 1 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to toggle the camera’s
Electronic Shutter on and off.
FUNCTION
HISTORY
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
BACK
FWD
FUNCTION
HISTORY
C32 M2 CU3
P64 T32
3RD FLOOR
ROOB 306
3. Select 2 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to decrease the shutter
speed of the current camera.
5. Select 44 by pressing the Numeric buttons, then
press the FUNCTION button to toggle the display of
all item on and off on the selected monitor.
1/10 000 → 1/4 000 ........... 1/120
4. Select 3 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to increase the shutter speed
of the current camera.
1/120 → 1/250 ................... 1/10 000
Notes:
• The shutter speed varies according to the
selected camera.
• The above functions are available when the
Electronic Shutter functions are assigned to
[1][2][3].
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9-2. Electronic Sensitivity Up Mode
9-5. White Balance Mode
1. Select the desired monitor and camera number
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
2. Select 4 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to toggle the camera’s
Electronic Sensitivity between Up AUTO, FIX and
OFF.
2. Select 9 by pressing the Numeric button, then
press the FUNCTION button to toggle the White
Balance between ATW and AWC.
Notes: The above function is available when the
camera function 1 is assigned to [7][8][9].
3. Select 5 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to decrease the sensitivity on
the current camera.
X32 → X16 ............. X2
9-6. Back Light Compensation (BLC) Mode
4. Select 6 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to increase the sensitivity on
the current camera.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
X2 → X4 ................. X32
2. Select a number (1-9) to be assigned by pressing
the Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button to toggle the Back Light Compensation
between AUTO, PRESET and NORMAL.
Notes:
• The Sensitivity Up varies according to the selected camera.
•The above function is available when the
Electronic Sensitivity Up function is assigned to
[4][5][6].
9-7. Site Alarm (Motion Detector) Mode
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
9-3. Light Control (ALC/MANUAL) Mode
The lens iris can be adjusted either by automatically or
manually.
2. Select a number (1-9) to be assigned by pressing
the Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button to toggle the Motion Detector on and off.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera number.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
9-8. Site Alarm (Motion Detector)
Display Mode
2. Select 7 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to toggle the camera’s Auto
Iris on and off.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
Notes: The above function is available when camera function 1 is assigned to [7][8][9].
2. Select a number (1-9) to be assigned by pressing
the Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button to toggle the display mode on and off.
9-4. Automatic Gain Control (AGC) Mode
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
9-9. Camera power
2. Select 8 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the FUNCTION button to toggle the AGC on and
off.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
Notes: The above functions are available when
camera function 1 is assigned [7][8][9].
2. Select a number (1-9) assigned by pressing the
Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button
to toggle the camera power on and off.
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9-10. Camera Preset Sequence Mode
10. Camera Setup
Note: The following function requires the use of a camera with preset panning capability, such as the
Panasonic WV-CSR600 series.
The following functions are available with cameras that
have setup functions.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
The three panning modes shown below are available.
AUTO PAN mode: The camera automatically turns
within the preset panning range.
SEQ mode: The camera operates along the
sequence of preset positions in numerical order.
SORT mode: The camera operates along the
sequence of preset positions counterclockwise from
Pan/Tilt Starting Point.
OFF mode: No automatic operation. The camera
can be operated only manually.
2. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the
button lights up.
3. Press the CAM MENU button to gain access to the
selected Camera Set Up Menu.
The LED indicator on the ALT button goes off and
that on the CAM MENU lights up.
The menu now appears on the selected monitor.
1. Select the monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
2. Select a number (1-9) to be assigned by pressing
the Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button to toggle the panning mode AUTO PAN, SEQ,
SORT and OFF.
CAM
MENU
ALT
@ *** SET UP MENU ***
CAMERA*
UNIT NUMBER
1
BAUD RATE
19200
DATA BIT
8
PARITY BIT
NONE
XON/XOFF
NOT USE
WAIT TIME
OFF
ALARM DATA
AUTO 2
DELAY TIME
OFF
COM. SET UP DISABLE
9-11. Refresh Position Mode
Use the refresh mode if the preset positions become
slightly different from the initially set positions.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
2. Select a number (1-9) assigned by pressing the
Numeric button, then press the FUNCTION button
to select the Refresh mode.
The selected camera has its pan/tilt functions automatically activated.
4. Select the desired item by pressing the Numeric
buttons
, then select the desired mode by
pressing the Numeric buttons
.
Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the setting
or enter the sub menu, and Press the MON (ESC) to
escape from the setup mode or menu.
2
8
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
6
SET
5. Press the Numeric buttons
simultaneously to
reset the selected menu and press the Numeric
buttons
simultaneously to reset all settings to initial state.
4
4
5
6
6
Note: Refer to the Operating Instructions of the
selected camera for more details.
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6. To escape from the Setup Menu, press the ALT
button. The indicator on the button lights up.
Then press the CAM MENU button.
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
3. Press the HISTORY FWD button repeatedly to forward the picture by ones.
Note: When the latest (or oldest) picture is displayed on the selected monitor, pressing the
HISTORY FWD or HISTORY BACK button will
not replace the currently selected picture on
the monitor.
11. Auxiliary Control
The following function is available only when the WVRC100, WV-RC150 or WV-RC170 Receiver is included
in the system.
13. Alarm Control
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection
on pages 50 and 51.
13-1. Alarm Operation
2. Press the AUX 1/WIPER (AUX 2/DEF) ON button,
while SHIFT is in Off position (Indicator light off), to
turn on the user’s auxiliary switch of the Receiver.
When an alarm is activated, the ALARM indicator
blinks. The indicator keeps blinking until all alarms are
cleared by pressing the ACK/RESET or ALL RESET
button.
SHIFT
ALARM
ON
OFF
ACK/RESET
AUX1
WIPER
ON
OFF
AUX2
ALL RESET
DEF
3. Press the AUX 1/WIPER (AUX 2/DEF) OFF button,
while SHIFT is in Off position (Indicator light off), to
turn off the user’s auxiliary switch in the Receiver.
Note: The ALARM indicator functions only when the
alarm mode is set on the Setup Menu.
Refer to Alarm Mode Select on page 34 for more
details.
13-2. To Cancel Alarm (Single Monitor)
12. Control History Mode
1. Select the alarmed monitor
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
This function enables display of camera pictures that
have previously been controlled on the selected monitor.
Up to ten (10) spot and preset position controls can be
memorized and displayed by simply pressing the HISTORY BACK or HISTORY FWD button.
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1. Select the monitor whose history is to be displayed.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
C32 M2 CU3
2. Press the HISTORY BACK button repeatedly to display a camera picture previously controlled on the
selected monitor. Each operation of this button
backs up the camera picture by one.
ALO
3RD FLOOR
ROOM 306
Note: “AL0”, “AL1”, “AL2”, or “AL3” is displayed in
the upper right corner of the alarmed monitor
screen.
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1. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the button lights up.
2. Press the ACK/RESET button once for alarm
acknowledgement.
The LED indicator on the button blinks rapidly.
2. Press the ACK/RESET button to suspend activation
of the alarm.
The LED indicator on the button lights up.
3. Press the ACK/RESET button once again for alarm
reset.
The LED indicator light goes off.
ALT
ACK/RESET
3. To cancel this function, press the ALT button, then
press the ACK/RESET button.
The LED indicator light turns off.
13-3.To Cancel Alarm (Plural Monitors)
Note: If the alarm is received during this mode, the
alarm is not activated on the monitor. However
the received alarms are memorized on the
Alarm Logs.
Follow the procedures to cancel all alarms at once when
activating Alarm Mode 1 or 2.
1. Select the alarmed monitor. Refer to Monitor
Selection on page 50.
Select monitor 1 on activating Alarm Mode-1 or
select one of monitors 1 - 4 on activating Alarm
Mode-2.
2. Press the ALL RESET button to reset all alarms at
once.
14. Alarm Recall
The following function is used to display the Alarm Logs
(Activated alarm history).
There are ninety-nine (99) alarm records stored in
chronological order in thirteen (13) pages of tables.
The tables also show all involved monitor numbers when
Alarm Mode-3 is activated, and indicates the alarm
mode number when Alarm Mode-1 or Alarm Mode-2 is
activated.
ALL RESET
Note: Select one of the monitors, on which the
Group Sequence is running by activating the
Alarm Mode-3, then follow the steps above to
cancel the alarmed monitors at once.
1. Select the desired monitor to display the alarm logs.
Refer to the Monitor Selection on page 50.
2. Press the RECALL button to toggle the display of
alarm records on the selected monitor.
13-4. To cancel Alarm (All Monitors)
The following procedure lets you cancel all alarms at
once without selecting the monitors.
1. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the button lights up.
NO
08
07
.
.
.
02
01
RECALL
2. Press the ALL RESET button to reset all alarms at
once.
ALT
ACK/RESET
ACK/RESET
ALL RESET
DATA
12.FEB
12.FEB
.
.
.
1.JAN
1.JAN
18:31:10
18:30:01
.
.
.
18:30:10
8:05:51
ALARM
3-32 MODE3
3-12 MODE3
.
.
.
.
.
.
2-10 MODE2
0-32 MODE1
3. Press the HISTORY FWD button to select the next
page. Press the HISTORY BACK button to select
the previous page.
BACK
FWD
HISTORY
13-5. To Suspend Alarm
The following function is used to suspend activation of
the alarm without amending the current alarm mode
setup.
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15. Camera Site Status Display
16. System Status Display
To display the Camera Site Status Table, follow the procedures below.
Following is the procedure to display the System Status
Table.
This table shows the system status in real time.
1. Select the desired monitor and a camera to display
the status.
Refer to Monitor Selection and Camera Selection on
pages 50 and 51.
1. Select a monitor to display the System Status Table.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
2. Press the ALT button. The LED indicator on the button lights up
2. Press the STATUS button to toggle the display of
Camera Site Status on and off on the selected monitor.
STATUS
3. Press the STATUS button to toggle the display of
System Status Table on and off on the selected
monitor.
SITE STATUS
SHUTTER
:
SENS UP
:
PAN MODE
:
CAMERA
:
DEF
:
WIPER
:
AUX 1
:
AUX 2
:
C01 M1
ALT
<<M
M1
M2
AM3
.
.
M8
STATUS
ON: Active
OFF: Not active
UNCONTROL: Function is not equipped
....... : unavailable
SYSTEM STATUS
CAM MODE
CU OPE PRI >>
01 SETUP CU0 01 2
09 SP
11 G2
.
.
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Possible active modes, as indicated in this table,
are defined below.
A
SP
TMM
GMM
P
CAMERA
SETUP
RECALL
STATUS
: Alarmed
: Spot
: Tour Sequence
: Group Sequence
: Paused Sequence
: Camera Setup
: System Setup
: Alarm Recall Display
: System Status Display
Note: The sequence number is inversely displayed
on the table when a sequence runs in the
reverse direction.
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17. Priority Lock
18. Log-out
This function is used to retain control of a monitor for an
operator, even after that operator has selected another
monitor or has logged out.
This function is used when an operator is leaving the
Switcher, or no longer requires access to the system.
1. Select 00 by pressing the Numeric buttons, then
press the FUNCTION button to log out.
Caution: This function will prevent operators with a
lower priority from gaining control of a monitor.
However, higher priority operators may still gain
control of that monitor.
17-1. Applying Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor to apply the Priority
Lock.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
FUNCTION
SET
2. Press the MON (ESC) button, then press the FUNCTION button to select the Priority Lock mode.
The monitor number is inversely displayed on the
selected monitor, as shown below.
To Power Off
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
1. Make sure that all the operators have logged out.
FUNCTION
2. Turn off the Power switch located on the rear of the
Switcher.
SET
17-2. Releasing Priority Lock
1. Select the desired monitor to release the Priority
Lock.
Refer to Monitor Selection on page 50.
2. Press the MON (ESC) button, then press the FUNCTION button to release the lock.
The monitor number is displayed normally on the
selected monitor.
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SECTION 6
SPECIFICATIONS
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SPECIFICATIONS
General
Power Supply:
Power Consumption:
Max. Number of Camera Inputs:
Max. Number of Monitor Outputs:
Max. Number of Alarm Inputs:
Max. Number of Alarm Outputs:
Max. Number of System Controllers:
RS-232C Port:
RS-485 Terminal:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Camera Input/Output (1 - 32):
Monitor Output (1 - 8):
Alarm Input (1 - 32):
Alarm Output (1 - 8):
Reset Output (1 - 8):
External Timing Input (1 - 8):
Recover Input (1 - 8) :
Data Input Port (1 - 4):
Switching Functions:
Camera Functions:
Lens Functions:
Housing:
Pan/Tilt:
Auxiliary Switch:
Character Generator:
220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz
45 W
32
8
32 (37-pin D-Sub Connector)
8 (25-pin D-Sub Connector) x2
4 (WV-CU350)
9-pin D-Sub Connector
Half Duplex (A, B, GND) x2
–10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F)
Less than 90%
420 (W) x 147 (H) x 350 (D) mm
16-9/16” (W) x 5-13/16” (H) x 13-3/4” (D)
10 kg (22 lbs.)
1.0 V[p-p]/75Ω composite video signal
with 75Ω automatic termination/loop-through
1.0 V[p-p]/75Ω composite video signal
Make Contact or Open Collector Input
contact time more than 100 ms
Input Load Capacitance; Less than 0.01 µF is required.
Open collector output; 16 V DC 100 mA max.
Pulse (VTR (TTL)): +5 V DC 500 ms or
Open Collector Output (O.C): +16 V DC 100 mA max.
Pulse 5 V[p-p] interval time more than 1 s
Make Contact or Open Collector Input
Contact time more than 500 ms
Interval time more than 2 s
6-conductor Modular Jack (RS-485, Full Duplex)
Tour Sequence/Group Sequence/Backward Sequence/Forward
Sequence/Forward Step/Reverse Step
Electronic Shutter: On/Off, Shutter Speed Select
Electronic Sensitivity Up Mode Select: Auto/Manual/Off
ALC/ELC: ALC/ELC or Manual
Automatic Gain Control: On/Off
White balance: ATW/AWC
Back Light Compensation: Auto/Preset/Off
Site Alarm (Motion Detector): On/Off
Site Alarm (Motion Detector) Display Mode: On/Off
Iris: Open/Close/Preset (only with DC control lens)
Focus: Near/Far
Zoom: Tele/Wide
Auto Focus: Activate
Wiper :On/Off, Defroster: On/Off, Camera: On/Off
Manual Pan: Right/Left, Manual Tilt: Up/Down
Auto Pan: On/Off, Random Pan: On/Off, Preset, Home
AUX 1 - 2: On/Off
Camera Title: 30 characters (15 x 2 lines)
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Setup Menu
Camera Switching
Dwell Time:
Max. Number of Sequences:
Number of Programming Steps:
Timer Event Program
Timer Events (Start & Stop):
Formats of Timer Event Program:
Alarm Program
Max. Number of Alarm Recalls:
Alarm Activations:
Timer Alarms (Start & Stop):
Formats of Timer Alarm Program:
Operator Setup
Max. Operator Registrations:
Access Operator Levels:
Min. 1 s to max. 30 s
Tour Sequence 32 (any monitors)
Group Sequence 4 (any monitors)
32
16/day
Day of week
99
Mode-1: Any alarms to 1 monitor
Mode-2: Any alarms to 4 monitors
Mode-3: Any alarms to any monitors (max. 32 patterns)
16/day
Day of week
15 operators with 5 digit password and priority
3 levels
Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Rack Mounting Bracket
Screws (M4 x 10)
2 pcs.
8 pcs.
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N0398-2068
YWV8QA4898CN
N 19
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Impreso en Japón
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