Panasonic WJFS616 Operating Instructions

Panasonic WJFS616 Operating Instructions
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
ESPAÑOL
WJ-FS616
FRANÇAIS
Video Multiplexer
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions completely
ENGLISH VERSION
For Australia
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
To ensure safe operation the three-pin plug supplied must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power point which is effectively
earthed through the normal household wiring. Extension cords used
with the equipment must be three-core and be correctly wired to provide connection to earth. Wrongly wired extension cords are a major
cause of fatalities.
The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply
that the power point is earthed and that the installation is completely
safe. For your safety, if in any doubt about the effective earthing of
the power point, consult a qualified electrician.
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.
The serial number of this product may be found on the
bottom of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the
space provided and retain this book as a permanent
record of your purchase to aid identification in the event
of theft.
CAUTION:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read the label on the bottom.
For U.K.
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your
safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement
fuse has a rating of 13 amp and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS1362.
or the BSI mark
on the body of the
Check for the ASTA mark
fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is
refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement
cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic
Dealer.
H
G
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE
CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown
below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: This apparatus must be earthed.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code.
Green-and-yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter E or by the earth
symbol I or coloured green or green-and-yellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with
a screwdriver and replace the fuse
and fuse cover.
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
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ................................................................................................. 4
INSTALLATIONS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 15
SETUP MENU ......................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Setup Menu ......................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Alarm Setup Menu ............................................................................................................................................................... 23
Multiscreen Output Menu .................................................................................................................................................... 25
Spot Output Setup ............................................................................................................................................................... 27
Record Output Setup ........................................................................................................................................................... 27
Multiscreen 2 Output Setup ................................................................................................................................................. 29
System Setup ....................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Camera Download ............................................................................................................................................................... 36
Camera Upload ................................................................................................................................................................... 37
All Reset Select..................................................................................................................................................................... 37
OPERATING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................................................................. 38
MONITOR CONTROL FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 38
CAMERA CONTROL FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 42
ALARM CONTROL .............................................................................................................................................................. 44
OTHER FUNCTIONS ........................................................................................................................................................... 47
OPERATING SETUP MENU (with WV-CU550A) ..................................................................................................................... 48
OPERATING PROCEDURES (with WV-CU550A) .................................................................................................................... 49
MONITOR CONTROL .......................................................................................................................................................... 49
CAMERA CONTROL FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 50
ALARM CONTROL FUNCTIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 51
SYSTEM EXPANSION ............................................................................................................................................................. 52
APPENDIX .............................................................................................................................................................................. 54
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................................... 57
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................................................... 57
Wij verklaren als enige aansprakelijke, dat het product waarop deze
verklaring betrekking heeft, voldoet aan de volgende normen of
andere normatiefve dokumenten, overeenkomstig de bepalingen
van Richtlijnen 73/23/EEC en 89/336/EEC.
Vi erklærer oss alene ansvarlige for at produktet som denne
erklæringen gjelder for, er i overensstemmelse med følgende
normer eller andre normgivende dokumenter som fælger bestemmelsene i direktiven 73/23/EEC og 89/336/EEC.
Vi erklærer os eneansvarlige for, at dette produkt, som denne
deklaration omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med den følgende
standarder eller andre normative dokumenter i følge bestemmelserne i direktivene 73/23/EEC og 89/336/EEC.
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which
this declaration relates is in conformity with the standards or other
normative documents following the provisions of Directives
EEC/73/23 and EEC/89/336.
Vi deklarerar härmed värt fulla ansvar för att den produkt till vilken
denna deklaration hänvisar är i överensstämmelse med standarddokument, eller andra normativa dokument som framstölls i Direktiv
73/23/EEC och 89/336/EEC.
Noi dichiariamo sotto nostra esclusiva responsabilità che il prodotto
a cui si riferisce la presente dichiarazione risulta conforme ai
seguenti standard o altri documenti normativi conformi alle disposizioni delle direttive CEE/73/23 e CEE/89/336.
Ilmoitamme yksinomaisella vastuullamme, että tuote, jota tämä
ilmoitus koskee, noudattaa seuraavia standardeja tai muita ohjeellisia asiakirjoja, jotka noudattavat direktiivien 73/23/EEC ia
89/336/EEC. säädöksiä.
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ENGLISH
CONTENTS
PREFACE
The WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer is designed to multiplex the field signals from video cameras and record
the camera images on a time lapse VTR. Up to 16
cameras can be connected to the unit for monitoring
images in multiscreen, sequence, still or electronic
zoom mode on a video monitor screen.
The WJ-FS616 allows you to control camera functions
such as lens focussing, zooming, and iris, positioning
of the pan/tilt head, etc. This makes the system highly
flexible and sophisticated, and allows expansion to up
to 64 cameras.
FEATURES
• The pictures of any connected camera can be displayed on full screen or on a 4, 7, 9, 10, 13 and 16
multiscreen as shown below.
4-SEGMENT 7-SEGMENT
SCREEN
SCREEN
• Electronic zoom and still image functions are available. The zoom area can be selected with the
direction arrow buttons.
• Up to 16 camera images multiplexed by the field
rate are available at the REC OUT connector for
recording on the time lapse VTR. Alarm priority
recording is supported.
9-SEGMENT 10-SEGMENT 13-SEGMENT 16-SEGMENT
SCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
(7, 10 and 13 multiscreens are not available for
playback pictures.)
• Camera functions such as pan/tilt, lens zoom, focus
and iris, and camera setup can be controlled via a
single cable or RS-485 interface.
In addition, one playback picture can be displayed
with camera pictures in 4, 7, 10 and 13 multiscreens.
• The WJ-FS616 has a versatile alarm mode to optimize its multiscreen output, spot output, and record
output.
• The pattern of a Spot sequence consisting of up to
32 steps can be programmed by presetting the
channel order and individual dwell time.
The pattern of a 4, 7, 9, 10, 13, or 16 multiscreen
sequence consisting of up to 5 steps can be programmed as shown below.
• REC, PLAY, REVERSE PLAY, REW, FF, PAUSE and
T/L MODE can be controlled from the front panel of
the video multiplexer, via the RS-232C interface or
the wired remote control terminal of the Panasonic
Time Lapse VTR.
• The WJ-FS616 can be controlled from a PC or the
WV-CU550A System Controller via RS-232C or RS485 interface.
2 sec.
5 sec.
4 sec.
3 sec.
1 sec.
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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 can 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 temperature from rising,
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 refer servicing
to qualified service personnel.
• 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. Refer
maintenance to qualified service personnel.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the
appliance.
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Video Multiplexer WJ-FS616
<Front View>
16
LOCK
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
POWER
VTR
CAM
ON
OFF
2
3
PUSH OPEN
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
UP
FUNCTION
CURSOR / CAMERA CONTOROL
IRIS
CLOSE
PRE-POSI
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
EL-ZOOM
DOWN
LOCK
OFF
/
FOCUS
NEAR
STILL
SET UP/ESC
OPEN
ON
VTR CONTROL
/
FAR
ZOOM
AUTO
TELE
WIDE
T/L MODE
2. Lock Indicator (LOCK)
This LED (Yellow) indicator lights up to indicate that
the LOCK switch is in ON position.
While this LED is lit, control from the video multiplexer is disabled.
1. Power Switch (POWER ON / OFF)
This switch turns the power of the video multiplexer
on or off. The LED (Red) lights up when the power
is turned on.
Caution: The LED indicator blinks to indicate an
abnormality of the cooling fan in this appliance.
Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Note: To prevent that the power of the video multiplexer is turned off accidentally, install the supplied switch protector as shown below.
3. Alarm Reset Button (ALARM RESET)
This button is used to cancel an active alarm. Press
this button, while the alarm function is activated, to
reset the alarm and return the system to the condition before the alarm function was activated.
The LED (Orange) in the button lights up to indicate
that the alarm suspension mode is selected.
4. Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This LED (Red) indicator blinks to indicate an alarm
condition exists.
It changes to steady light when the alarm is reset
automatically.
To turn the indicator off, press the ALARM RESET
button.
SWITCH
PROTEC
TOR
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5. Spot Monitor Button (SPOT)
This button is used to operate the spot monitor connected to the SPOT OUT connector.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that the spot monitor is selected.
21. Function Button (FUNCTION)
This button is used to display the VTR playback
picture with the camera pictures on the multiscreen
monitor.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
next page.
6. Multiscreen Monitor Button (MULTISCREEN)
This button is used to operate the multiscreen
monitor connected to the MULTISCREEN connector.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that the multiscreen monitor is selected.
Note: When REC OUT is used as Multiscreen 2
Output, this button alternately selects multiscreen output or multiscreen 2 output.
The LED blinks to indicate that the multiscreen
2 output is selected.
22. Preset Position Button (PRE-POSI)
This button is used to assign a preset position to a
specified camera.
23. Still Button (STILL)
Increment Button (+)
This button is used to still the picture displayed on
the multiscreen monitor.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that the still mode is selected.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
7. Multiscreen Selection Button (MULTISCREEN
SELECT)
This button is used to select the multiscreen pattern
to be displayed on the multiscreen monitor while
monitoring the camera picture or VTR playback
picture.
Pressing this button repeatedly will switch the
screen as follows:
Camera Picture:
4→7→9→10→13→16→4 screen segments
VTR Playback Picture:
4→9→16→4 screen segments
24. Electronic Zoom Button (EL-ZOOM)
Decrement Button (–)
This button is used to zoom the picture presently
displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that the zoom mode is selected.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
25. Home / Set Button (HOME / SET)
This button is used to return to the home position of
the camera.
During the setup, this button is used to display a
submenu in the setup menu if the item has its own
setting menu.
8. Sequence Button (SEQUENCE)
This button is used to activate the sequence mode.
In this mode, a series of camera pictures is displayed in succession on the monitor screen for the
specified duration.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that this mode is selected.
26. Direction Arrow Buttons
These buttons are used to operate the Pan/Tilt
Head manually, or to move the cursor to the
desired position in the setup menu of the Video
Multiplexer.
9. Camera Number Buttons (CAMERA)
Preset Position Number Buttons
(PRESET POSITION)
CAMERA:
These buttons are used to select the desired
camera picture.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate the camera number presently selected.
PRESET POSITION:
These buttons are used in combination with the
PRE POSI button to assign a preset position
number to the selected camera.
UP:
DOWN:
LEFT:
RIGHT:
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
27. Auto Button (AUTO)
This button is used to activate the auto panning
function when the specified camera is connected.
28. Iris Control Buttons (IRIS, CLOSE / OPEN)
These buttons are used to close or open the lens
iris of the specified lens mounted on the camera.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the factory settings.
10. VTR / Camera Selection Button (VTR / CAM)
This button is used to select the camera picture or
VTR playback picture to be displayed on the multiscreen monitor screen.
The LED (Green) in the button lights up to indicate
that the VTR mode is selected.
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen output is selected by pressing the
Multiscreen Monitor button.
29. Focus Control Buttons (FOCUS, NEAR / FAR)
These buttons are used to adjust the lens focus of
the specified lens mounted on the camera.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens focus is automatically set.
11. Control Panel
Press “PUSH OPEN” to open the control panel.
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30. Zoom Control Buttons (ZOOM, TELE / WIDE)
These buttons are used to adjust the lens zoom of
the specified lens mounted on the camera.
33. VTR Control Buttons
These buttons are used for remote control of the
VTR that is connected to the Video Multiplexer.
The buttons function as shown below.
: Rewind
: Pause
: Fast Forward
: Reverse Play
: Stop
: Play
: Decreases recording duration
: Increases recording duration
: Record
31. Setup/Escape Button (SETUP / ESC)
This button is used to display the setup menu of the
Video Multiplexer.
During the setup, press this button to execute the
currently selected setting and return to the previous
setup menu.
32. Lock Switch (LOCK OFF / ON)
This switch can be used to lock out operation of the
video multiplexer panel controls.
While this switch is in ON position, control from the
video multiplexer is disabled.
<Rear View>
RS485
TERM.
OFF
A B
T
16
15
G
N
D
A B
R
14
ON
LINE
SELECT
2
4
CAMERA
SW IN
GENLOCK
IN
REC OUT
SPOT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
PLAY IN
S–VIDEO
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
MUL TISCREEN
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
G
N
D
VTR CONTROL
R2–232C
ALARM/REMOTE
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
REMOTE
1
CAMERA
IN
OUT
DATA
OUT
IN
TERM.
OFF ON
CAMERA
OUT
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
SIGNAL
GND
45. Line Selection Switch (LINE SELECT, 2/4)
This switch lets you select either Full Duplex (4
lines) or Half Duplex (2 lines) for the communication lines.
41. Camera Output Connectors (CAMERA OUT)
The video signal connected to the Camera Input
Connector (CAMERA IN) is looped through to these
connectors with an automatic 75Ω termination.
The camera control signal multiplexed on the video
signal is not available at this connector. When the
Power Switch of the Video Multiplexer is turned off,
no signal is present at this connector.
46. Camera Switching Input Connector
(CAMERA SW IN)
The camera switching pulse from the time lapse
VTR is supplied to this connector.
The camera switching interval (Sequential Dwell
Time) can be synchronized with the time lapse
mode set in the associated time lapse VTR.
42. Camera Input Connectors (CAMERA IN)
These connectors accepts either a colour or B/W
composite video signal from the camera. In addition, the VD2 signal for synchronizing the vertical
timing of the cameras, and data to control camera
site devices are multiplexed through this connector.
47. Gen-Lock Input Connector (GENLOCK IN)
The Gen-Lock signal can be supplied to this connector for synchronizing the system.
48. Spot Connector (SPOT OUT / IN)
IN: This connector accepts the video output signal
from the external system.
The supplied video can be displayed on the
spot monitor screen with the specified conditions.
OUT: This connector supplies the video output signal for the spot monitor.
43. RS485 Terminal (RS485)
This terminal is used to exchange control data with
the camera site.
44. Termination Switch (TERM., OFF / ON)
This switch is used to enable termination of the
RS485 terminal.
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49. Record Output Connector (REC OUT, VIDEO /
S-VIDEO)
The recording signal for the time lapse VTR is provided via this connector.
This connector can also be used as multiscreen
output 2 with the specified conditions.
50. Playback Input Connector (PLAY IN, VIDEO/
S-VIDEO)
The playback signal from the time lapse VTR is supplied to this connector.
51. Multiscreen Output Connector (MULTISCREEN)
The video output signal for the multiscreen monitor
is provided via this connector.
52. RS-232C Port (VTR CONTROL, RS-232C)
The VTR control signal for the time lapse VTR is provided via this connector.
Connecting a PC to this connector will allow you to
remote control the video multiplexer.
53. Remote Output Connector (VTR CONTROL,
REMOTE OUT)
The VTR control signal for the time lapse VTR is provided via this connector.
You can select on the setup menu whether to have
the VTR control signal supplied from this connector
or the RS-232C Port.
54. Alarm / Remote Control Connector (ALARM /
REMOTE)
This connector accepts the alarm signals from the
associated alarm sensor units and the control signals from the external system.
55. Power Cord
56. Signal Ground Terminal (SIGNAL GND)
57. Termination Switch (TERM., OFF / ON)
This switch is used to enable termination of the
video multiplexer’s data port.
58. Data Ports (DATA, OUT / IN)
These ports are used to exchange control data with
the WV-CU550A System Controller or a PC in a system.
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■ System Controller WV-CU550A
Note: When using this controller in combination with the WJ-FS616, cover the panel of the controller with the panel templates provided.
ALARM
CAMERA
SET ON
BUSY
REV
F1
F2
F3
SET UP
T/L MODE
CAMERA
SET OFF
PLAY
F4
UP
EL- MULTISCREEN
ZOOM SELECT ALT
RESET
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
IRIS
CLOSEOPEN
AF
LEFT
RIGHT
ALL FS
RESET
PREHOME/– AUTO/+ FUNCTION POSI STILL
FOCUS
NEAR
WIDE
AUX1 AUX2
UNIT/ESC
TERM.
OFF
901
23
ON
System Controller for WJ-FS
CONTROLLER
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO. MODE
1-8
78
OUT
DOWN
FAR
SET
Connection with
Video Multiplexer
(WJ-FS616)
TERM.
ON
OFF
456
DATA
IN
ZOOM
TELE
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0
MODE
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
616
Reverse Play Button (REV A)
This button, used in combination with the Alternate
button, activates reverse playback on the Time
Lapse VTR.
1. Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This LED indicator (Red) lights up to indicate that
an alarm condition exists.
It goes off when the alarm is reset automatically.
To turn the indicator off, press the ALARM RESET
button.
Play Button (PLAY B)
This button, used in combination with the Alternate
button, activates playback on the Time Lapse VTR.
2. Busy Indicator (BUSY)
This LED lights up to indicate that the system is
locked by PC command.
While this LED is lit, control from the video multiplexer and system controller is disabled.
6. Joystick Controller
The joystick is used to operate the Pan/Tilt Head
manually, or to move the cursor to the desired position on the setup menu of the Video Multiplexer.
3. Function Buttons (F1/F2/F3/F4)
These buttons are used to select functions displayed on the Liquid Crystal Display.
7. Iris Control Buttons (IRIS, CLOSE / OPEN)
These buttons are used to close or open the lens
iris of the specified lens mounted on the camera.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the factory settings.
F1: Operates the multiscreen monitor.
F2: Operates the spot monitor.
8. Focus Control Button (FOCUS, NEAR / FAR)
This button is used to adjust the lens focus of the
specified lens mounted on the camera.
F3: Activates the sequence mode.
In this mode, a series of camera pictures is
displayed in succession on the monitor
screen for the specified duration.
9. Zoom Control Button (ZOOM, TELE / WIDE)
This button is used to adjust the lens zoom of the
specified lens mounted on the camera.
F4: Selects the camera picture or VTR playback picture to be displayed on the monitor screen.
10. Auto Focus Button (AF)
This button is used to activate the auto focus function when the specified camera with auto focus feature is selected.
4. Liquid Crystal Display
This displays the function menu and function status.
In this Instructions Manual, it is hereafter referred to
as the “LCD”.
11. Camera Key (CAM)
Set Key (SET)
CAM: This key is used for camera selection. Press
the desired Numeric Keys, then press this key
to select the camera.
SET: This key is used to execute the currently highlighted setting on the setup menu of the Video
Multiplexer.
5. Arrow Buttons (A D B C)
These function as shown below.
Camera Set On Button (CAMERA SET ON A)
This button is used to display the camera setup
menu on the monitor screen.
Setup Button (SETUP D)
This button is used to display the Setup Menu of
the Video Multiplexer.
12. Numeric Keys (0-9)
These keys are used for numeric input into the system, such as the number of a camera you want to
select.
Camera Set Off Button (CAMERA SET OFF B)
This button is used to exit the camera setup menu
displayed on the monitor screen.
13. Unit/Escape Key (UNIT / ESC)
This key is used to select the Video Multiplexer unit.
Press the desired Numeric Key, then press this key
to select a specific Video Multiplexer.
This key is also used to escape the currently highlighted setting in the setup menu of this appliance.
Time Lapse Mode Buttons (T / L MODE, D C)
These buttons, used in combination with the
Alternate button, select the time lapse mode of the
Time Lapse VTR.
Press the (D) button to increase the recording
duration or the (C) button to decrease the recording duration.
14. Still Button (STILL)
This button is used to still the picture displayed on
the monitor screen.
15. Preset Position Button (PRE-POSI)
This button is used to assign a preset position to
the specified camera.
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23. Data Ports (DATA, IN/OUT)
These ports are used to exchange control data with
the WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer.
16. Function Button (FUNCTION)
This button is used to display the VTR playback
picture with the camera pictures on the multiscreen
monitor.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
next page.
24. Termination Switch (TERM., ON / OFF)
This switch is used to enable termination of the
controller’s data port.
When combined with the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer, set this switch to the “ON” position.
17. Auto/Increment Button (AUTO/ + )
This button is used to activate the auto panning
function.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
25. Controller Unit Number Switch
(CONTROLLER UNIT NO. 1-8)
This switch is used to identify the unit number of
the System Controller.
When combined with the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer, set this switch to the “0” position.
18. Home/Decrement Button (HOME/ – )
This button is used to move the camera to the
home position.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
desired parameter in the setup menu.
26. Mode Selection Switches (MODE)
These switches are used to select the mode of the
system controller connected to the video multiplexer.
When combined with the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer, set as shown below.
19. Alternate Button (ALT)
This button, used in combination with certain other
buttons, activates special functions.
20. Multi Screen Selection Button
(MULTI SCREEN SELECT)
This button is used to select the desired multiscreen to be displayed on the multiscreen monitor,
monitoring the camera picture or VTR playback
picture.
Pressing this button repeatedly will switch the
screen as follows:
Camera Picture:
4→7→9→10→13→16→4 screen segments
VTR Playback Picture:
4→9→16→4 screen segments
MODE
OFF
ON
27. Controller On / Off Switch
(CONTROLLER ON / OFF)
This switch is used to turn the power of the system
controller on or off.
21. Electronic Zoom Button (ELE-ZOOM)
This button is used to zoom the picture currently
displayed on the monitor screen.
28. Power Cord
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen output is selected by pressing the (F1)
Function button.
22. Alarm Reset Button (RESET)
This button is used to cancel an active alarm. Press
this button, while the alarm function is activated, to
reset the alarm and return the system to the condition before the alarm function was activated.
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INSTALLATIONS
4. Remove the one screw shown below. Then turn
over the printed circuit board with the front side up.
The installations described below should be made
by qualified service personnel or system installers.
■ Installing the WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex
Boards
When controlling the camera with the multiplexed
control data by connecting a coaxial cable, the
WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex Board must be installed
in the Video Multiplexer.
Four data multiplex boards are included with the
WJ-FS616 for cameras 1 to 4.
Please note that additional multiplex boards are
available for purchase as model WV-PB6164 Data
Multiplex Boards, which includes four control
boards.
Caution: Before installing boards, be sure to turn
off the Power Switch of the video multiplexer.
5. Pull out the two knobs from the bracket shown
below. Then remove the bracket.
1. Remove the six screws on the top cover of the
video multiplexer as shown below.
Front
Rear
2. Remove the top cover.
3. Remove the four screws on the board as shown
below.
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■ Tally Output Setting
6. Set the jumper connector, located at the top left of
the board to be installed, to the position shown
below.
Allows you to use the Alarm Input Terminal as Tally
Output Terminal by changing two internal connections.
Jumper Connector
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 11.
Board Connector
Initial State
Installed State
2
8
2
8
1
7
1
7
CN33
ALM
10
9
7. Insert the board and confirm that the position is
correct. Then push it in straight.
CN32
CN37
1
10
1
9
CN36
1
1
TLY
2. Move the two connectors from the ALM side to the
TLY side as shown above.
The relation between the connector numbers and
channel numbers is shown in the table below.
8. After installing the boards, secure them by tightening the screws and knobs shown above.
Note: Some settings for the VD2 signal and control
data will be necessary from the setup menu of
the Video Multiplexer. Refer to Cable
Compensation/VD2/Data Setup on page 34 for
details.
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Alarm Input
Tally Output
CH9 - CH16
CN33
CN37
CH1 - CH8
CN32
CN36
■ Dip Switch Setting
● Dummy Black Burst Setting
According to the initial factory setting, the Dummy
Black Burst signal is supplied to the REC OUT connector as needed to overwrite any picture displayed by error. If this function is not required, set
the switch SW1 to the position shown below.
● Alarm Output Setting
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 11.
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 11.
VTR
O.C
SW3 : Alarm Output
SW5
SW4 : Alarm Reset Output
SW5 : Alarm & SW Output
SW3
VTR
SW4
O.C VTR
O.C
SW1
2. Set switches (SW3/SW4/SW5) on the board to
choose the alarm control signals as either Open
Collector (O.C) or Pulse (VTR).
SW1 : Record Output
OFF
2. Set switch (SW1) on the board to the position
shown above.
Open Collector (O.C): 16V DC 100 mA max.
Pulse (VTR): +5V DC approx. 500 ms
The above switch positions are the initial factory
settings.
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■ WV-CU550A System Controller
■ WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer
● Modifying the Front Panel
● Mounting in the Rack
1. Peel the tape off the supplied panel templates, then
attach them on the front panel of the System
Controller.
1. Remove the four rubber feet by removing the four
screws on the bottom of the video multiplexer.
Remove 4 rubber feet
2. Place the rack mounting brackets on both sides of
the video multiplexer and tighten with the four supplied screws (M4 X10).
2. Peel off the label and attach it on the rear of the
System Controller as shown below.
Connection with
Video Multiplexer
(WJ-FS616)
TERM.
ON
TERM
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO.
1-8
OFF
901
23
ON
78
OUT
0
MODE
OFF
ON
3. Install the video multiplexer with the rack mounting
brackets in the rack by using four screws (not
included).
CONTROLLER
MODE
ON
OFF
456
DATA
IN
OFF
Cautions
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on
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 vibrations.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
Shown below is an example of a basic system connection.
AUX
Alarm
Video
Alarm Sensor
Data RS-485
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
16
LOCK
MULTI
SCREEN
ALARM
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
1
POWER
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
VCR
CAM
ON
OFF
2
3
PUSH OPEN
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
RS-232C/Wired
Time Lapse VTR
F1
F2
F3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
Spot Monitor
Live 1-16ch
F4
System Controller for WJ-FS
616
System Controller
WV-CU550A
Personal Computer
(Software)
Basic System Connection
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Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
■ Connection with the Camera Sites
Connect the Camera Site equipment to the RS485
Terminal on the rear of the Video Multiplexer, 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 RS485 “2-wire twisted pair shielded cable” is
used.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of the system.
Connect the Camera Site equipment to the Camera
Input Connectors (CAMERA IN 1-16) on the rear of
the Video Multiplexer.
Note: Make sure that the cable length between the
camera site and the WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer is less than 1 200 m (4 000 ft) when
using RG-6/U (5C - 2V) or equivalent cables.
AUX
Alarm
RS485
16
15
14
13
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
5
4
3
2
1
CAMERA
IN
A B
T
G
N
D
A B
R
G
N
D
CAMERA
OUT
Video Multiplexer WJ-FS616
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■ Connection with the Monitors
■ Connection with the WV-CU550A System
Controller
Connect the Monitors to the Spot Output (SPOT
OUT) Connector and Multiscreen (MULTISCREEN)
Connector on the rear of the Video Multiplexer.
If the supplied 6-conductor cable assembly is
used, simply plug one end of the cable into the
DATA IN port of the Video Multiplexer and the other
end into DATA OUT port 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.
IN
MULTISCREEN
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
System Controller
WV-CU550A
DATA
OUT
DATA
IN
IN
OUT
TERM.
OFF ON
TERM
OFF
901
23
ON
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO.
1-8
78
SPOT
OUT
456
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
● Setting the Termination and Controller Unit
Number
The Termination Switch and the Controller Unit
Number Switch are located on the rear of the
System Controller.
When combined with the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer, always keep these switches in the
positions shown below.
● Setting the Mode Selection Switch
The Mode Selection Switch, that selects the operation mode of the System Controller, is located on
the rear of the System Controller.
When combined with the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer, always keep these switches in the
positions shown below.
TERM.
ON
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OFF
0
MODE
OFF
ON
■ Connection with Alarm Sensors
Connect the sensor switches to the Alarm/Remote (ALARM/REMOTE) Control Connector on the rear of the Video
Multiplexer as shown in the example below.
ALARM/REMOTE
1
20
SW16
GND
SW2
SW1
19
37
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Designation
Function
Electronic Zoom
Sequence
Spot
Alarm/Remote Select Input
Sequence SW for Spot Output
Not Used
Alarm Recover Input
Alarm Output
Alarm 16
Alarm 14
Ground
Alarm 11
Alarm 9
Alarm 8
Alarm 6
Ground
Alarm 3
Alarm 1
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Pin No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Designation
Still Picture
VTR/Camera Select
Multiscreen Select
Multiscreen
Ground
Alarm & SW Output
Time Adjust Input
Alarm Reset Output
Ground
Alarm 15
Alarm 13
Alarm 12
Alarm 10
Ground
Alarm 7
Alarm 5
Alarm 4
Alarm 2
■ Connection with the Time Lapse VTR
Connect the Time Lapse VTR as shown in the example below.
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
CAMERA
SW IN
REC OUT
VIDEO
PLAY IN
S–VIDEO
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
9
19
37
Time Lapse VTR
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
S-VIDEO
AUDIO
GND
CAMERA
SW OUT
1
3
4
7
16
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1
ALARM
IN
2
COM
ALARM
RESET IN
ALARM
RECOVER OUT
3
4
5
ALARM
OUT
9 WARNING
13
OUT
SERIES
REC IN
SERIES
6 1 SHOT IN 10 HUMID OUT 14 REC
OUT
TIME
7
11 REC OUT 15 ADJUST
COM
IN
END
REVIEW
TIME
8 TAPE
12 RECOUT
16 ADJUST
OUT
OUT
Note: If the VTR is used for remote control, connect
with either the RS-232C Port or REMOTE OUT
Connector.
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8
ALARM/REMOTE
28
26
1
20
■ Connection with External Remote Control Switches
Connect the switches (dry contact or open collector input) to the Alarm/Remote (ALARM/REMOTE) Control Connector
on the rear of the Video Multiplexer as shown in the example below.
1
20
SW16
•
•
•
•
•
19
37
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Designation
Function
Electronic Zoom
Sequence
Spot
Alarm/Remote Select Input
Sequence SW for Spot Output
Not Used
Alarm Recover Input
Alarm Output
Camera 16
Camera 14
Ground
Camera 11
Camera 9
Camera 8
Camera 6
Ground
Camera 3
Camera 1
SW3
SW2
SW1
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Pin No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Designation
Still Picture
VTR/Camera Select
Multiscreen Select
Multiscreen
Ground
Alarm & SW Output
Time Adjust / Sequence SW
Alarm Reset Output
Ground
Camera 15
Camera 13
Camera 12
Camera 10
Ground
Camera 7
Camera 5
Camera 4
Camera 2
SETUP MENU
The Setup Menu provides a way for controlling functions not available through direct input.
• The following buttons are valid in the SETUP menu:
UP: Moves the cursor upward.
DOWN: Moves the cursor downward.
LEFT: Moves the cursor to the left, or selects the
mode or parameter.
RIGHT: Moves the cursor to the right, or selects the
mode or parameter.
SET: Executes the selections and displays a submenu for an item with the (✳) mark.
STILL ( – ): Selects the mode or parameter.
EL-ZOOM ( + ): Selects the mode or parameter.
FUNCTION: Selects the next page.
● Displaying the SETUP MENU
1. Confirm the camera and peripherals are connected
correctly and securely.
2. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
3. Press the SETUP/ESC button for 2 seconds.
The SETUP MENU appears on the Spot and
Multiscreen Monitors as shown below.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
SET UP/ESC
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
FUNCTION
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
STILL
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
EL-ZOOM
DOWN
RIGHT
• Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the currently highlighted setting and return to the previous
menu in the SETUP MENU.
• To finalize the setting and return to normal viewing,
press the SETUP/ESC button for 2 seconds while
the SETUP MENU is displayed.
Note: If alarm is activated during the setup operation, the SETUP menu disappears and the display returns to the normal picture. Any settings
previously made take effect, even if the
SETUP/ESC button was not pressed.
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■ Setup Menu
As shown below, the SETUP MENU has nine main sub menus: Alarm Setup, Multiscreen Output Menu, Spot Output
Setup, Record Output Setup, Multiscreen 2 Output Setup, System Setup, Camera Download, Camera Upload and All
Reset.
Six of these sub menus; Alarm Setup, Multiscreen Output Setup, Spot Output Setup, Record Output Setup, Multiscreen
2 Output Setup and System Setup, are further divided into additional submenus.
SETUP MENU
Alarm Setup
Alarm Recall
Alarm Schedule
Camera Site Alarm
Camera Switching Signal Loss Alarm
Alarm Display on the Monitors
Alarm Output Duration
Alarm Buzzer Duration
Alarm Mode on Multiscreen Monitor
Alarm Mode on Spot Monitor
Dynamic Recording
Alarm Recording Mode
Page 23
Multiscreen Output Menu
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Still Display
Border Display
Camera Display Position
Sequence Mode
Page 25
Spot Output Setup
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Page 27
Record Output Setup
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Dynamic Recording
Recording Mode
Page 27
Multiscreen 2 Output Setup
Camera Display Position
Sequence Mode
Page 29
System Setup
Clock Setup
Clock Display Position
Camera Title Setup
Camera Title Display Position
Sequence Setup
Sequence Timing (Multiscreen)
Page 30
Sequence Timing (Spot)
Lock Mode
Cable Compensation/VD2/Data
Alarm Terminal Setup
Data Mode
RS-232C Mode
Communication Port Setup
VTR Input Select
Daisy Mode
Unit Address
Camera Download
Page 36
Camera Upload
Page 37
All Reset
Page 37
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■ Alarm Setup Menu
4. To clear the alarm data, press the LEFT or
RIGHT button to select CLEAR where the cursor is positioned, then press the SET button.
5. Press the SETUP/ESC button to return to the
previous ALARM SETUP menu.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
2. Alarm Schedule
This item lets you enable or disable the system
alarm function.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM SCHEDULE parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is OFF.
Move the cursor to ALARM SETUP on the SETUP
MENU, then press the SET button. The ALARM
SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as
shown below.
ON: Enables system alarm function.
OFF: Disables system alarm function.
ALARM SETUP
ALM RECALL *
ALM SCHEDULE
CAM SITE ALM
SW-LOSS ALM
ALM DISPLAY
ALM OUTPUT DUR
ALM BUZZER DUR
ALM MODE-MLT
DWELL TIME
ALM MODE-SPT
DYNAMIC REC
ALM REC MODE
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
2SEC
2SEC
ALM-IND
2SEC
ALM-SPOT
OFF
MODE0 REAL
3. To set the timer, press the SET button while the
cursor is located on ON.
ALARM SETUP
ALM RECALL *
ALM SCHEDULE
CAM SITE ALM
SW-LOSS ALM
ALM DISPLAY
ALM OUTPUT DUR
ALM BUZZER DUR
ALM MODE-MLT
DWELL TIME
ALM MODE-SPT
DYNAMIC REC
ALM REC MODE
1. Alarm Recall
There are 100 alarm records stored in chronological order in 10 pages of table.
The tables also indicate the alarm mode.
4. Press the UP or DOWN button to move the cursor to the desired position, then adjust the time
when the alarm is to be activated by pressing
the LEFT or RIGHT button.
You can set the timer to extend into the next
day, for example, 22:00 - 6:00.
Note: If the same time is set for start and stop
time, the alarm is always enabled.
5. Press the SETUP/ESC button to move the cursor to ON position.
1. Move the cursor to ALM RECALL and press the
SET button. The ALARM RECALL table
appears on the monitor screen as shown
below.
ALARM RECALL
NO
10.
9.
8.
7.
6.
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.
DATE
1.JAN97
12.DEC96
12.DEC96
12.DEC96
12.DEC96
11.DEC96
11.DEC96
11.DEC96
11.DEC96
11.DEC96
DISPLAY
CLEAR *
TIME
CAM
12:00:00 16CH
4:00:00 10CH
3:00:00 8CH
2:00:00 7CH
1:00:00 6CH
15:00:00 5CH
14:00:00 4CH
13:00:00 3CH
12:00:00 2CH
12:00:00 1CH
1 OF10
ALM-MODE
TRM 12
SITE
SITE
SITE
TRM 1
TRM 5
TRM 14
TRM 7
CH-LOSS
CH-LOSS
3. Camera Site Alarm
This item lets you enable or disable the camera site
alarm function.
( “)NEXT ( «)PRE
1. Move the cursor to the CAM SITE ALM parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is OFF.
The table lists the active alarm modes (ALMMODE) as follows:
TRM P:
CH-LOSS:
SITE:
PC P:
ON 0:00- 0:00
OFF
OFF
ON
2SEC
2SEC
ALM-IND
2SEC
ALM-SPOT
OFF
MODE0 REAL
Interface Alarm
Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
Camera Site Alarm
PC Command Alarm
ON: Enables camera site alarm function.
OFF: Disables camera site alarm function.
2. Press the UP button to select the next page.
3. Press the DOWN button to back up to the previous page.
Note: To use this function, the WV-PB6164 Data
Multiplex Boards must be installed in the Video
multiplexer.
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4. Camera Switching Pulse Loss
Alarm
7. Alarm Buzzer Duration
This item lets you select the ringing duration of the
alarm buzzer when alarm is activated.
This item lets you enable or disable alarm display
on the monitor screen when the camera switching
pulse is lost.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM BUZZER DUR
parameter.
1. Move the cursor to the SW-LOSS ALM parameter.
2. Select the desired duration by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is 2 SEC.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is OFF.
OFF: Disables the alarm buzzer output.
1SEC - 5 MIN: Selects a buzzer duration
between 1 second and 5 minutes.
EXT: The alarm buzzer continues to beep until
the ALARM RESET button is pressed, or an
external alarm recover signal is received.
ON: Enables alarm display on the monitor
screen.
OFF: Disables alarm display on the monitor
screen.
5. Alarm Display on the Monitors
8. Alarm Mode on Multiscreen
Monitor
This item lets you enable or disable alarm display
on the Spot and Multiscreen Monitors.
This item lets you select the mode for displaying an
alarm on the Multiscreen Monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM DISPLAY parameter.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM MODE-MLT parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
2. Select the desired mode by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is
ALM-IND mode.
ON: Enables alarm display on the Monitors.
OFF: Disables alarm display on the Monitors.
ALM-LINK: Displays the picture of the camera
that has activated the alarm.
ALM-IND: Displays the title of alarm on the
camera picture that has activated the
alarm.
6. Alarm Output Duration
This item lets you select the duration of alarm signal output.
The alarm is automatically reset after the programmed duration has passed.
3. When ALM-LINK is selected on this menu, the
cursor can be moved to DWELL TIME.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM OUTPUT DUR
parameter.
• Dwell Time for Alarm Sequence
If more than one alarm is activated when ALM-LINK
is selected, the respective camera pictures are displayed on the Multiscreen Monitor in quad mode.
From the fifth alarm on, the pictures are displayed
sequentially in quad mode.
This item lets you set the dwell time for the alarm
sequence.
2. Select the desired duration by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is 2 SEC.
1SEC - 5MIN: Selects an alarm duration
between 1 second and 5 minutes.
EXT: Alarm continues until the ALARM RESET
button is pressed or the external alarm
reset signal is received.
1. Move the cursor to DWELL TIME parameter.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is 2 seconds.
1SEC - 30SEC: Selects a dwell time between 1
second and 30 seconds.
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■ Multiscreen Output Menu
9. Alarm Mode on Spot Monitor
This item lets you select the mode for displaying an
alarm on the Spot Monitor.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
1. Move the cursor to the ALM MODE-SPT parameter.
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
2. Select the desired mode by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is
ALM-SPOT mode.
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
ALM-SPOT: The picture of the camera that has
activated the alarm is displayed.
If multiple alarms are activated, the monitor
displays the camera picture that has activated the alarm most recently.
ALM-IGNORE: Displays the title of alarm on
the alarmed camera picture if that picture
is selected on the Spot Monitor.
Move the cursor to MULTI OUTPUT SETUP on the
SETUP MENU, then press the SET button. The
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as shown below.
These items let you determine the display mode of
the Multiscreen Monitor.
10. Dynamic Recording
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP
In this mode, the camera picture of the channel on
which the alarm was activated is recorded with
more fields than in normal recording mode.
This item lets you enable or disable dynamic
recording mode for recording on video tape.
TITLE DISPLAY ON
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
STILL DISPLAY ON
BORDER
WHITE
DISPLAY POSITION *
SEQUENCE MODE SEQ2
1. Move the cursor to the DYNAMIC REC parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is OFF.
ON: Enables dynamic recording.
OFF: Disables dynamic recording.
1. Camera Title Display Setting
11. Alarm Recording Mode
This item lets you enable or disable display of the
camera title on the Multiscreen Monitor.
This item lets you select the mode for recording an
alarm.
Refer to 4. Recording Mode on page 28 for more
details.
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM REC MODE parameter.
ON: Enables display of the camera title on the
monitor screen.
OFF: Disables display of the camera title on
the monitor screen.
2. Select the desired mode by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is
MODE 0.
Note: Display position is fixed on the lower left
corner of the Multiscreen Monitor.
MODE 0: Normal Recording
MODE 1-8: Time Lapse mode without camera
switching pulse.
MODE9: Time lapse mode with camera switching pulse.
After finishing the setting, press the SETUP/ESC
button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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2. Clock Display Setting
5. Camera Display Position Setting
This item lets you enable or disable the clock display on the Multiscreen Monitor.
This item lets you select the position where the
camera picture will be displayed on the Multiscreen
Monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY POSITION then
press the SET button. The table shown below
appears on the monitor.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
ON: Enables clock display on the monitor
screen.
OFF: Disables clock display on the monitor
screen.
Notes:
• Display position is fixed in the upper right corner of the Multiscreen Monitor while the camera
picture is displayed in single spot.
• Clock display can not be displayed on the
Multiscreen Monitor while the camera pictures
are displayed in multiscreen mode.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2. Move the cursor to the desired channel number by pressing the UP or DOWN button.
3. Still Display
3. Select the numbers of the cameras to be displayed by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
The pictures of the selected cameras are displayed one after another on the monitor
screen.
Note: The number can be assigned directly by
pressing the Camera Number Buttons.
This item lets you enable or disable display of the
subtitle “STILL” on the Multiscreen Monitor when
the channel is in the still mode.
1. Move the cursor to the STILL DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
4. Press the SETUP/ESC button to return to the
previous MULTI OUTPUT SETUP menu.
Note: This operation only affects the camera
display positions.
It has no effect on the camera channel,
recording order or sequence order.
ON: Enables display of the subtitle “STILL” on
the monitor screen.
OFF: Disables display of the subtitle “STILL”
on the monitor screen.
6. Sequence Mode
4. Border Display
This item lets you select the sequence pattern for
display on the Multiscreen Monitor.
Refer to Sequence Setup on page 31 for more
details.
This item lets you enable or disable the display of
borders that divide the screen of the Multiscreen
Monitor, or select a border colour.
1. Move the cursor to the BORDER parameter.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE MODE
parameter.
2. Select the desired mode or colour by pressing
the LEFT or RIGHT button. The initial factory
setting for the border colour is WHITE.
WHITE:
GRAY:
BLACK:
OFF:
2. Select the desired mode by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is
SEQ2.
White Border
Grey (Gray) Border
Black Border
No Border
SEQ1:
SEQ2:
SEQ3:
Spot Sequence
Multi Sequence
Multi Sequence
After finishing the setting, press the SETUP/ESC
button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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■ Spot Output Setup
ON: Enables clock display on the Spot Monitor
screen.
OFF: Disables clock display on the Spot
Monitor screen.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
After finishing the setting, press the SETUP/ESC
button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
■ Record Output Setup
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
Move the cursor to SPOT OUTPUT SETUP on the
SETUP MENU, then press the SET button. The
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as shown below.
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
These items let you determine the display mode of
the Spot Monitor.
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP
TITLE DISPLAY
CLOCK DISPLAY
ON
ON
1. Move the cursor to the REC/MULTI2 parameter
on the SETUP MENU.
2. Select REC OUTPUT by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button, then press the SET button. The
REC OUTPUT SETUP menu appears on the
monitor screen shown below.
These items let you determine the mode for recording on the Time Lapse VTR.
1. Camera Title Display
REC OUTPUT SETUP
This item lets you enable or disable display of the
camera title on the Spot Monitor.
TITLE DISPLAY ON
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
DYNAMIC REC SETUP *
REC MODE SETUP *
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
ON: Enables display of the camera title on the
Spot Monitor screen.
OFF: Disables display of the camera title on
the Spot Monitor screen.
1. Camera Title Display
This item lets you enable or disable recording of
the camera title on the VTR.
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
2. Clock Display
This item lets you enable or disable the clock display on the Spot Monitor.
ON: Enables recording of the camera title on
the VTR.
OFF: Disables recording of the camera title on
the VTR.
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
Note: Display position is fixed in the lower left
corner of the picture.
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2. Clock Display
4. Recording Mode
This item lets you enable or disable recording of
the clock display on the VTR.
Move the cursor to REC MODE SETUP, then press
the SET button. The REC MODE SETUP menu
appears on the monitor screen as shown below.
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
REC MODE SETUP
MODE 0
MODE0
1
MODE1 --MODE2 --MODE3 --MODE4 --MODE5 --MODE6 --MODE7 --MODE8 --MODE9 EXT1
ON: Enables recording of clock display on the
VTR.
OFF: Disables recording of clock display on
the VTR.
Notes:
• Display position is fixed in the upper right corner of the picture.
• If EXT4 (Quad Recording) is selected in MODE
9, the clock display cannot be recorded.
REAL
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Recording Mode
1. Move the cursor to the MODE parameter.
2. Select a mode number by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is “0”.
3. Dynamic Recording
This item lets you select the cameras for dynamic
recording mode in non-alarm condition.
If five or more cameras are connected to the Video
Multiplexer, the channels selected for dynamic
recording are recorded with priority.
MODE 0: Normal recording
MODE 1 - 8: Time Lapse Mode (VTR without
camera switching pulse)
MODE 9: Time Lapse Mode (VTR with camera
switching pulse)
1. Move the cursor to DYNAMIC REC SETUP then
press the SET button. The DYNAMIC REC
SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen
as shown below.
Note: To select MODE 1 - 8, you must first
complete the settings described below.
Recording Mode Setting Details
You can assign the camera switching timing to any
one of MODE1 to MODE8 when using a VTR without camera switching pulse.
DYNAMIC REC SETUP
CAM PRIORITY
1CH
OFF
2CH
OFF
3CH
OFF
4CH
OFF
5CH
OFF
6CH
OFF
7CH
OFF
8CH
OFF
CAM PRIORITY
9CH
OFF
10CH
OFF
11CH
OFF
12CH
OFF
13CH
OFF
14CH
OFF
15CH
OFF
16CH
OFF
1. Move the cursor to the desired MODE number
to be assigned by pressing the UP or DOWN
button.
2. Press the SET button to move the cursor to the
switching timing area.
Note: The cursor does not move to this area
when MODE 0 is selected in this table.
3. Select the desired switching timing indicated
as the field interval (4 to 999) by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
Notes:
• Numbers can also be input directly with
the Camera Number Buttons (1 - 10).
• Refer to the operating instructions of the
VTR for switching timing.
When MODE9 is selected in this table, select
EXT1 or EXT4 by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
2. Move the cursor to the desired camera number
to be recorded with dynamic recording in the
PRIORITY area by pressing the Direction Arrow
Buttons.
3. Select ON by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (–) button. The initial factory setting
is OFF.
4. Repeat the above procedures 2 to 3 to set
other cameras.
Note: It is recommended to select up to 2
cameras.
5. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
setting and return to the REC OUTPUT SETUP
menu.
EXT1: Enables spot picture recording on the
VTR.
EXT4: Enables quad picture recording on the
VTR.
Note: Recording is not done in dynamic recording
mode when EXT4 is selected for MODE 9 in the
recording mode setup shown below.
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4. Press the SET button to move the cursor to the
recording mode title area. The square cursor
appears in the character table.
5. To select a character, move the cursor on the
desired character in the table by pressing the
Direction Arrow buttons.
6. Press the SET button to pick up the character
and place it in the title area.
7. Repeat the above procedures 5 to 6 to set the
title.
8. If a wrong character is selected, press the
Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button to move
the cursor in the title area.
Note: Press the (+) button to move the cursor
to the right, or press the (−) button to move
the cursor to the left.
Then press the SET button to overwrite the
character with the character selected from
the table.
9. Press the SETUP/ESC button. The cursor
moves to MODE number.
10. Repeat the above procedures 1 to 9 to assign
the other MODE numbers.
11. After completing the setting, press the
SETUP/ESC button to return to the REC OUTPUT SETUP menu.
After finishing the setting, press the SETUP/ESC
button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
MULTI2 OUTPUT SETUP
DISPLAY POSITION *
SEQUENCE MODE SEQ2
1. Camera Display Position
This item lets you select the position where the
camera picture will be displayed on the Multiscreen
2 Monitor.
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY POSITION, then
press the SET button. The table shown below
appears on the monitor.
■ Multiscreen 2 Output Setup
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2. Move the cursor to the desired channel number by pressing the UP or DOWN button.
3. Select the numbers of the cameras to be displayed by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
The pictures of the selected cameras are displayed one after another on the monitor screen.
Note: Numbers can also be input directly with
the Camera Number Buttons (1 - 10).
4. After completing the setting, press the
SETUP/ESC button to return to the previous
MULTI 2 OUTPUT SETUP menu.
Note: This operation only affects the camera
display positions.
It has no effect on the camera channel,
recording order or sequence order.
These items let you select the mode when connecting the Record Output (REC OUT) to the monitor for
Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
MULTI2 OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
2. Sequence Mode
1. Move the cursor to the REC/MULTI 2 parameter on the SETUP MENU.
2. Select MULTI 2 OUTPUT by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button, then press the SET button.
The MULTI 2 OUTPUT SETUP menu appears
on the monitor screen as shown below.
This item lets you select the sequence pattern for
display on the Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
Refer to Sequence Setup on page 31 for more
details.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE MODE
parameter.
2. Select the desired mode by pressing the LEFT
or RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is
SEQ2.
SEQ1: Spot Sequence
SEQ2: Multi Sequence
SEQ3: Multi Sequence
After finishing the setting, press the SETUP/ESC
button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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■ System Setup
2. Clock Display Position
This item lets you select the position where the
clock will be displayed on the Spot Monitor screen.
WJ-FS616 SETUP MENU
1. Move the cursor to CLOCK POSITION, then
press the SET button. The position setting
menu appears on the monitor screen as show
below.
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
MULTI2 OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
CAMTITLE
Move the cursor to SYSTEM SETUP on the SETUP
MENU, then press the SET button. The SYSTEM
SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as
shown below.
Press the FUNCTION button to display the next
page. Press this button again to return to the previous page.
SYSTEM SETUP
CLOCK SETUP
CLOCK POSITION
TITLE SETUP *
TITLE POSITION
SEQUENCE SETUP
SEQ TIMING-MLT
SEQ TIMING-SPT
LOCK MODE
1.JAN97
*
1.JAN97
0:00
2. Move the clock position by pressing the
Direction Arrow Buttons.
Note: The camera title and the clock are displayed on the same line of the Spot monitor.
If the clock position is moved to upward or
downward, the camera title is moved to
that position at the same time.
3. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
selection and return to the previous SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
1 OF 2
0:00
*
SEQ1 *
INT(TIME-ADJ)
INT
ALL
3. Camera Title Setup
SYSTEM SETUP
This item lets you edit the camera title to be displayed on the monitor screen.
Up to 8 alphanumeric characters can be displayed
on the monitor.
2 OF 2
CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP *
ALM TERMINAL SETUP *
DATA MODE
CU550A
RS-232C MODE
VTR
COM PORT SETUP *
VTR IN SELECT VIDEO
DAISY MODE
OFF
UNIT ADDR.SET 1
1. Move the cursor to TITLE SETUP, then press
the SET button.
The TITLE SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as shown below.
TITLE SETUP
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
5CH
6CH
7CH
8CH
1. Clock Setup
This item lets you set the current time and date.
1. Move the cursor to CLOCK SETUP, then press
the SET button to move the cursor to the editing area.
2. Move the cursor to the area you want to edit by
pressing the UP or DOWN button, then select
the month or number by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
3. After finishing the setting, press the SET
UP/ESC button to move the cursor to CLOCK
SETUP.
Note: The date and time are updated when the
SETUP/ESC button is pressed.
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9CH
10CH
11CH
12CH
13CH
14CH
15CH
16CH
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
● Spot Sequence (SEQ1)
Press the FUNCTION button to display the next
page, then press this button again to return to
the previous page.
Move the cursor to the channel you want to
edit, then press the SET button.
The cursor moves to the title area, and the square
cursor appears on the character table.
To select a character, move the cursor on the
desired character in the table by pressing the
Direction Arrow buttons.
Then press the SET button to pick up the character, and place it in the title area.
Repeat the above procedures 3 to 4 until the
title for a certain camera is completed.
If a wrong character is selected, press the
Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button to move
the cursor in the title area.
Note: Press the (+) button to move the cursor
to the right, or press the (−) button to move
the cursor to the left.
Then press the SET button to overwrite the
character with the character selected in
the table.
Press the SETUP/ESC button to move the cursor to the channel number area.
Repeat the above procedures 2 to 7 for the
rest of the cameras.
Move the cursor to the channel area, then
press the SETUP/ESC button to return to the
previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
This item lets you program or edit a Spot
Sequence. Up to 32 steps can be assigned in the
table shown below.
You can also enable the Auto Skip function to skip
any steps where no video signal is present.
The duration of each step is determined by the
Dwell Time setting.
Initially, it is selected at the factory that 16 camera
pictures are displayed in succession.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE SETUP
parameter on the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select SEQ1 by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button, then press the SET button. The setup
menu shown below appears on the monitor
screen.
SEQ1(SPOT-SEQUENCE)SETUP 1 OF 2
AUTO SKIP OFF
DWELL TIME 2SEC
STEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CAM PRE TIME
1CH - 2SEC
2CH - 2SEC
3CH - 2SEC
4CH - 2SEC
5CH - 2SEC
6CH - 2SEC
7CH - 2SEC
8CH - 2SEC
STEP CAM PRE TIME
9 9CH - 2SEC
10 10CH - 2SEC
11 11CH - 2SEC
12 12CH - 2SEC
13 13CH - 2SEC
14 14CH - 2SEC
15 15CH - 2SEC
16 16CH - 2SEC
Auto Skip
4. Camera Title Display Position
1. Move the cursor to the AUTO SKIP parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
This item lets you select the camera title position to
be displayed on the Spot Monitor screen.
Refer to the Clock Position Setting on page 30 for
more details.
ON: Enables the auto skip function.
OFF: Disables the auto skip function.
1. Move the cursor to TITLE POSITION, then
press the SET button. The position setting
menu appears on the monitor screen.
2. Move the title by pressing the Direction Arrow
Buttons.
Note: The camera title and the clock are displayed on the same line of the Spot monitor.
If the camera title position is moved to
upward or downward, the clock is moved
to that position at the same time.
3. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
selection and return to the previous SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Step Assigment
1. Move the cursor to the step number you want
to edit in the CAM area by pressing the
Direction Arrow button.
2. Select the desired camera or playback channel
in the CAM area by pressing the Increment (+)
or Decrement (−) button.
1 - 16: Camera Channel
P1 - P16: Playback Channel
–: Not Assigned
Note:Any playback steps programmed in a
sequence are excluded from display on
the Spot Monitor and Multiscreen 2 Monitor
due to the way te system is designed.
3. Repeat the above procedures to assign other
steps.
5. Sequence Setup
This item lets you program the sequence pattern
for Spot or Multi Sequence.
You can either program a spot sequence (SEQ1) or
two multi sequences (SEQ2, SEQ3).
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● Multi Sequence (SEQ2, SEQ3)
Preset Position
This item lets you program or edit a Multi
Sequence. Up to 5 steps can be assigned in the
table shown below.
You can also enable the Auto Skip function to skip
any steps where no video signal is present.
The duration of each step is determined by the
Dwell Time setting.
According to the initial factory setting, SEQ2 is displayed on four screen segments (quad) and SEQ3
on nine segments.
1. Move the cursor to the step number you want
to edit in the PRE area by pressing the
Direction Arrow Buttons.
2. Select the desired preset position number in
the PRE area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
Note: A preset position assigned to a step that
has been assigned to a playback channel
is invalid.
3. Repeat the above procedures to assign other
steps.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE SETUP
parameter on the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select SEQ2 or SEQ3 by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button, then press the SET button. The
setup menu shown below appears on the monitor screen.
Dwell Time
• Uniform Dwell Time
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL TIME parameter.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
Dwell Time can be selected between 0SEC
and 30SEC.
Note: If 0SEC is selected for dwell time, the
spot sequence is not activated.
SEQ2(MULTI-SEQUENCE)SETUP 1 OF 5
AUTO SKIP OFF
STEP 1
CAM
DWELL TIME 3SEC
AREA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• Individual Dwell Time
1. Move the cursor to the step number you want
to edit in the TIME area by pressing the
Directon Arrow buttons.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the
Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button.
Steps for which a different dwell time has been
selected are marked “−” in the DWELL TIME
area. Previous settings made in the DWELL
TIME area become invalid.
AREA
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CAM PRE
-
SEQ3(MULTI-SEQUENCE)SETUP 1 OF 5
AUTO SKIP OFF
STEP 1
CAM
DWELL TIME 5SEC
AREA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Programming Steps 17 to 32
1. Press the FUNCTION button to display the next
page. The table shown below appears on the
monitor screen.
SEQ1(SPOT-SEQUENCE)SETUP 2 OF 2
STEP CAM PRE TIME
17
- 2SEC
18
- 2SEC
19
- 2SEC
20
- 2SEC
21
- 2SEC
22
- 2SEC
23
- 2SEC
24
- 2SEC
CAM PRE
1CH 2CH 3CH 4CH -
CAM PRE
1CH 2CH 3CH 4CH 5CH 6CH 7CH 8CH -
AREA
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CAM PRE
-
Auto Skip
1. Move the cursor to the AUTO SKIP parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. The initial factory setting is ON.
STEP CAM PRE TIME
25
- 2SEC
26
- 2SEC
27
- 2SEC
28
- 2SEC
29
- 2SEC
30
- 2SEC
31
- 2SEC
32
- 2SEC
ON: Enables the auto skip function.
OFF: Disables the auto skip function.
Camera / Playback
This item lets you select the camera or playback
picture to be displayed at each step.
2. Program the sequence pattern for steps 17 to
32 as described for the previous page.
3. Press the FUNCTION button to display the previous page.
4. After finishing the setting, press the
SETUP/ESC button to execute the setting and
return to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
1. Move the cursor to the STEP parameter.
2. Select CAM or PLAY by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
CAM: Enables display of camera picture.
PLAY: Enables display of playback picture.
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Dwell Time
6. Sequence Timing (Multiscreen)
This item lets you select functions of devices connected to pin 26 of the ALARM/REMOTE Control
Connector.
One of these functions is input of the time adjustment signal from a VTR, the other enables external
sequence switching for multiscreen output.
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL TIME parameter.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
Dwell Time can be selected between 0SEC
and 30SEC.
Note: If 0SEC is selected for dwell time, that
step will not be shown on the monitor
screen.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ TIMING-MLT parameter.
2. Select INT(TIME-ADJ) or EXT by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
Display Channel Assignment
INT: Advances a sequence by the Dwell time
that was programmed on the SEQUENCE
SETUP menu.
It enables input the time adjustment signal
from a Time Lapse VTR.
EXT: Enables external sequence switching.
1. Move the cursor to the area number you want
to edit in the CAM area by pressing the
Direction Arrow buttons.
2. Select the desired camera or playback channel
in the CAM area by pressing the Increment (+)
or Decrement (−) button.
3. Repeat the above procedures to assign other
area numbers.
Note:
The multiscreen pattern of each step is
determined automatically as follows:
First the highest area number to which a
channel is assigned is determined. Then a
screen segmentation that is higher than
that area number .... is selected.
Notes:
• If EXT is selected, time adjustment input
from a Time Lapse VTR is disabled.
• If EXT is selected, connect the external
sequence switch to pin 26 of the
ALARM/REMOTE Control Connector.
7. Sequence Timing (Spot)
Preset Position
This item lets you select between internal and
external control for advancing the sequence on the
Spot Monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the area number you want
to edit in the PRE area by pressing the
Direction Arrow Buttons.
2. Select the desired preset position number in
the PRE area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
Notes:
• When the STEP parameter in this table is
on PLAY, it is not possible t select a preset
position in the PRE area.
• It is possible to assign the same camera
channel to multiple area numbers within a
step. In this case, make sure to assign the
same preset positions.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ TIMING-SPT parameter.
2. Select INT or EXT by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
INT: Advances a sequence by the Dwell Time
that was programmed on the SEQUENCE
SETUP menu.
EXT: Advances a sequence by the input from
pin 6 of the ALARM/REMOTE Control
Connector.
8. Lock Mode
Programming Steps 2 to 5
This item lets you decide which buttons will be
locked while the LOCK switch is in ON position.
1. Press the FUNCTION button to display the next
step.
2. Program the sequence pattern for steps 2 to 5
according to the procedures described above.
3. After completing the setting, press the
SETUP/ESC button to execute the setting and
return to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
1. Move the cursor to the LOCK MODE parameter.
2. Select ALL or VTR by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button. Initially, the initial factory setting
is ALL.
VTR: Locks the VTR Control Buttons.
ALL: Locks all the buttons.
Note: The LOCK indicator only lights up when
the LOCK switch is in ON position and
LOCK MODE is set to ALL.
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1-16: Communicates with the camera site by
RS-485.
This number indicates the unit address of
the selected camera.
OFF: Disables communication with the camera
site.
9. Cable Compensation/VD2/Data
This item lets you select the optimum setting for the
cable-loss compensator and whether to supply the
VD2 (sync) signal or control data to the camera.
1. Move the cursor to CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA
SETUP on the SYSTEM SETUP menu, then
press the SET button. The CABLE COMP/
VD2/DATA SETUP table shown below appears
on the monitor screen.
6. Repeat the above procedures to edit other
channels.
7. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
setting and return to the previous SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Note: Installation of the WV-PB6164 Data
Multiplex Boards is required for controlling
more than 4 cameras.
CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP 1 OF 2
CAM
CABLE
VD2
DATA
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
5CH
6CH
7CH
8CH
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
10. Alarm Terminal Setup
This item lets you edit the alarm input number corresponding to each channel.
1. Move the cursor to ALM TERMINAL SETUP on
the SYSTEM SETUP menu, then press the SET
button. The ALARM TERMINAL SETUP table
shown below appears on the monitor screen.
CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP 2 OF 2
CAM
9CH
10CH
11CH
12CH
13CH
14CH
15CH
16CH
CABLE
VD2
DATA
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ALARM TERMINAL SETUP
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Press the FUNCTION button to display the next
page, then press this button again to return to
the previous page.
2. Move the cursor to the channel you want to edit
by pressing the Direction Arrow Buttons.
3. Select one of the parameters shown below in
the CABLE area by pressing the Increment (+)
or Decrement (−) button.
CAM
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
5CH
6CH
7CH
8CH
PRE
-
NO.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CAM
9CH
10CH
11CH
12CH
13CH
14CH
15CH
16CH
PRE
-
2. Move the cursor to the number you want to
edit by pressing the Derection Arrow Buttons.
3. Select the channel to be assigned in the CAM
area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input
directly with the camera Number Buttons.
4. Select the preset position number to be
assigned in the PRE area by pressing the
Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button.
5. Repeat the above procedures to assign other
terminal numbers.
6. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
setting and return to the previous SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
Note: The same channel can be assigned to
multiple alarm terminals.
If this results in different preset positons
being assigned to that channel, the
camera will move to the position where the
most recent alarm event occurred.
S: Up to 500 m (1 600 ft)
M: 500 m (1 600 ft) to 900 m (2 900 ft)
L: 900 m (2 900 ft) to 1200 m (4 000 ft)
When using the RG-6/U (5C - 2V) or equivalent
cable.
Note: Set CABLE to S if no camera is connected to the channel.
4. Select ON or OFF in the VD2 area by pressing
the Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button.
Note: Select ON for a camera with VD2 capability, otherwise select OFF.
5. Select one of the parameters shown below in
the DATA area by pressing the Increment (+)
or Decrement (−) button.
ON: Communicates with the camera site by
multiplexed data.
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2. Move the cursor to the port you want to edit by
pressing the Direction Arrow Buttons.
3. Select the desired Delay Time in the DELAY
area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
4. Select the desired Baud Rate in the BAUD
RATE area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
5. Select the desired Wait Time in the WAIT TIME
area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
6. Select 7 or 8 in the DATA BIT area by pressing
the Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button.
7. Select the desired Parity Check in the PARITY
area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
8. Select 1 or 2 in the STOP BIT area by pressing
the Increment (+) or Decrement (−) button.
9. Select ON or OFF in the XON/XOFF area by
pressing the Increment (+) or Decrement (−)
button.
10. Select FULL or HALF Duplex in the FULL/HALF
area by pressing the Increment (+) or
Decrement (−) button.
11. Repeat the above procedures to edit other
ports.
12. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the
setting and return to the previous SYSTEM
SETUP menu.
11. Data Mode
This item lets you select an external controller from
the data port.
1. Move the cursor to the DATA MODE parameter.
2. Select CU550A or PC by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
CU550A: Enables control from
CU550A System Controller.
PC: Enables control from a PC.
the
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The initial factory setting is CU550A.
12. RS-232C Mode
This item lets you select the RS-232C port for control of the VTR, or for external control of the system
from a PC.
1. Move the cursor to the RS-232C MODE parameter.
2. Select VTR or PC by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
VTR: Enables use as VTR control port.
PC: Enables use as external control port from a
PC.
14. VTR Input Select
The initial factory setting is VTR.
This item lets you select the VTR input terminal.
Note: Be sure to select PC on this menu if you
plan to use the REMOTE OUT connector
for controlling the VTR.
1. Move the cursor to the VTR IN SELECT parameter.
2. Select VIDEO or S-VIDEO by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
13. Communication Port Setup
VIDEO: Selects input from the VTR VIDEO terminal.
S-VIDEO: Selects input from the VTR S-VIDEO
terminal.
This item lets you set the parameters for communication between the ports and the connected appliances.
1. Move the cursor to COM PORT SETUP, then
press the SET button. The COM PORT SETUP
table shown below appears on the monitor
screen.
The initial factory setting is VIDEO.
COM PORT SETUP
DELAY
BAUD RATE
WAIT TIME
DATA BIT
PARITY
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
FULL/HALF
RS-232C DATA
OFF
OFF
9600
9600
OFF
100
7
8
ODD
EVEN
1
1
OFF
-
RS-485
OFF
19200
OFF
8
NONE
1
OFF
FULL
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■ Camera Download
15. Daisy Mode
This item lets you select whether to have the video
signal connected to SPOT IN looped through to the
SPOT OUT connector (daisy-chain connection).
This item lets you save the camera setup data into
the memory of the Video Multiplexer.
If the setup contents of the camera should be lost
due to malfunctioning or replacement of a camera,
you can simply reload the data stored in the Video
Multiplexer.
1. Move the cursor to the DAISY MODE parameter.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
1. Move the cursor to the CAM DOWNLOAD
parameter in the SETUP MENU.
2. Select YES by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button,then press the SET button
The CAM DOWNLOAD table shown below
appears on the monitor screen.
ON: Select this parameter if the Video
Multiplexer is daisy-chained.
OFF: Normal position.
The initial factory setting is OFF.
CAM DOWNLOAD
DOWNLOAD
16. Unit Address
CAM
DATA
This item lets you assign a unit number for identification when multiple Video Multiplexers are connected in a system.
CAM
DATA
1
O+
2 3
- O+
4
-
5 6
- N-
NO
7
+
8
-
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
- - - - - - - -
O:RESULT OK
N:RESULT NG
1. Move the cursor to the UNIT ADDR. SET parameter.
2. Select the desired unit number by pressing the
LEFT or RIGHT button.
The initial factory setting is 1.
1CH
+:DATA EXISTENCE
-:DATA NOTHING
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
3. Select the channel you want to edit by pressing
the LEFT or RIGHT button.
1CH - 16CH: Enables storing of setup data for
the selected camera channel.
ALL: Enables storing of setup data for all camera channels.
After finishing the settings, press the SETUP/ESC
button to execute the settings and return to the previous SETUP MENU.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input
directly with the Camera Number Buttons.
4. Move the cursor to “NO” by pressing the UP or
DOWN button.
5. Select “YES“ by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
6. Press the SET button to begin loading. “NOW
LOADING” appears on the table.
To cancel loading, press the SETUP/ESC button.
7. When loading is finished, the result is displayed for each channel.
8. Press the SET UP/ESC button, then system will
restart.
Note: Alarm is disabled while this menu is displayed.
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■ Camera Upload
■ All Reset Select
This item lets you restore the factory settings without having to go through each individual menu.
This item lets you upload camera setup data from
the Video Multiplexer’s memory to a camera.
1. Move the cursor to ALL RESET SELECT on the
SETUP MENU, then press the SET button. The
ALL RESET SELECT menu shown below
appears on the monitor screen.
1. Move the cursor to the CAM UPLOAD parameter in the SETUP MENU.
2. Select YES by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button, then press the SET button.
The CAM UPLOAD table shown below appears
on the monitor screen.
ALL RESET SELECT
ALL-RESET
NO
CAM UPLOAD
UPLOAD
CAM
DATA
CAM
DATA
1
O+
2 3
- O+
4
-
1CH
NO
5 6
- N-
7
+
8
-
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
- - - - - - - -
O:RESULT OK
N:RESULT NG
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
+:DATA EXISTENCE
-:DATA NOTHING
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
2. Select “YES” by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
3. Press the SET button to execute the All Reset
function.
4. First “NOW RESETTING” appears, then “RESET
COMPLETED”.
5. Press the SETUP/ESC button to return to the
SETUP MENU.
3. Select the channel you want to edit by pressing
the LEFT or RIGHT button.
1CH - 16CH: Enables data uploading to a
selected camera.
ALL: Enables data uploading to all cameras.
Note: Alarm is disabled while the ALL RESET
menu is displayed.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input
directly with the Camera Number Buttons.
4. Move the cursor to “NO” by pressing the UP or
DOWN button.
5. Select “YES” by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT
button.
6. Press the SET button to begin the load. “NOW
LOADING” appears on the table.
To cancel loading, press the SETUP/ESC button.
7. When loading is finished, the result is displayed for each channel.
8. Press the SET UP/ESC button, then system will
restart.
Note: Alarm is disabled while this menu is displayed.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
■ Operating the Multiscreen
Monitor
MONITOR CONTROL
FUNCTION
The following operations are available on the
Multiscreen Monitor.
Before starting the following procedures, all system
components should be turned on.
Then set the LOCK switch to the OFF position.
● Displaying the Camera Picture
■ Operating the Spot Monitor
The following operations are available on the Spot
Monitor.
1. Single Spot
● Displaying the Camera Picture
1. Press the MULTISCREEN button. The LED (green)
on the button lights up.
1. Single Spot
MULTI
SCREEN
1. Press the SPOT button. The LED (green) on the
button lights up.
SPOT
2. Press the VTR/CAM button to CAM position (LED
off).
2. Press a CAMERA (1 - 16) button to display a
selected camera picture on the monitor screen.
The LED on the selected CAMERA button lights up.
VTR
CAM
3. Press a CAMERA (1 - 16) button to display a
selected camera picture on the monitor screen.
The LED on the selected CAMERA button lights up.
2. Single Still
ENTRANCE
1. Repeat the step 1 - 3 described above for Single
Spot.
2. Press the STILL button to still the displayed picture.
2. Spot Sequence
1. Press the SPOT button. The LED (green) on the
button lights up.
2. Press the SEQUENCE button to activate the
sequence (SEQ1) programmed.
STILL
SEQUENCE
STILL
The LED on the SEQUENCE button lights up.
Note: Refer to the Sequence Setup on page 31 for
more details.
The LED on the STILL button lights up, and the LED
on the pressed CAMERA button starts to blink.
The camera title and “STILL” (both blinking) alternate in the display.
3. To cancel the still picture, press the STILL button
again.
The selected camera picture is displayed in spot
mode.
3. Press the SEQUENCE button to move one step forward in the sequence.
4. To cancel the sequence, press the respective
CAMERA button again.
The selected camera picture is displayed in spot
mode.
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3. Electronic Zooming
1. Repeat the procedures described above for Single
Spot.
2. Press the EL-ZOOM button to display the zoomed
picture.
The LED on the EL-ZOOM button lights up.
1
2
1
3
4
3
4 SEGMENT SCREEN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9 SEGMENT SCREEN
EL-ZOOM
2
4
5
6
7
7 SEGMENT SCREEN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10 SEGMENT SCREEN
ENTRANCE
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
8
6
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
10
11
12
13
13
14
15
16
13 SEGMENT SCREEN
16 SEGMENT SCREEN
ENTRANCE
Notes:
• Blank channels are displayed in black.
• The display positions on each multiscreen are
fixed as shown above.
• Display positions may be assigned to each
area segment.
Refer to “Camera Display
Position” on page 26.
3. Press the UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT button to
move the picture in the desired direction.
Note: Operating these buttons beyond the picture
range activates control of the pan/tilt head.
4. To cancel this mode, press the EL-ZOOM button
again.
The selected camera picture is displayed in spot
mode, and the LED on the EL-ZOOM button goes
off.
Note: During zooming the picture, some noises
may appear on the right side of the screen.
5. Multi Still
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 described for Single Spot on
page 38.
2. Press the MULTISCREEN button repeatedly to display the desired multiscreen.
The divided screens appear on the monitor screen.
3. Press the STILL button. The LED on the button
lights up.
4. Press the CAMERA button corresponding to the
picture you want to be stilled.
The LED on the pressed CAMERA button starts to
blink.
4. Multi Spot
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 described for Single Spot on
page 38.
2. Press the MULTISCREEN SELECT button repeatedly.
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
Each time the MULTISCREEN SELECT button is
pressed, the next of the 6 available multiscreens is
displayed as follows.
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● Displaying the Playback Picture
The following procedures are not applicable to
the Multiscreen Monitor 2.
ENTRANCE
1. Press the MULTISCREEN button. The LED (green)
in the button lights up.
MULTI
SCREEN
2. Press the VTR/CAM button to VTR position (LED
on).
STILL
VTR
CAM
Notes:
• This unit does not reproduce a clear picture in
reverse playback.
• The playback picture may be skewed (horizontally distorted) in the upper portion of the monitor screen depending on the selected playback mode.
• The LED on the VTR/CAM button blinks when
the looped through VTR output is displayed on
the monitor.
• The looped through VTR output may appear on
the monitor while playing back a tape in forward or reverse search.
• The picture or title may become unstable
because of the recording field rate.
• Depending on the condition of the VTR’s video
heads, the pictures of another channel may
appear on the monitor.
If this occurs frequently, adjust the tracking
and slow tracking of the VTR.
• The size of pictures displayed on the multiscreen is smaller than in single picture format,
which makes the titles hard to read. Select single picture (spot) to make titles easier to read.
• Playback in linear mode (L12H, L18H, L24H)
may produce noise or the picture of another
channel in any recorded mode. Play back the
tape in normal (real time mode) or time lapse
mode.
Note: You can be stilled multiple pictures on the
multiscreen.
5. Press the blinking CAMERA button to cancel the
Still function.
6. Press the STILL button again. The displayed pictures return to the normal viewing.
The LED on the STILL button goes off.
6. Spot or Multi Sequence
1. Press the MULTISCREEN button. The LED (green)
on the button lights up.
2. Press the SEQUENCE button to activate the
sequence (SEQ1, SEQ2 or SEQ3) programmed.
The LED on the SEQUENCE button lights up.
Note: Refer to the Sequence Setup on page 31 for
more details.
SEQ1:
SEQ2:
SEQ3:
Spot Sequence
Multi Sequence
Multi Sequence
3. Press the SEQUENCE button to move one step forward in the sequence.
4. To cancel the sequence, press one of the following
buttons:
CAMERA: Displays the selected camera picture in
Single Spot mode.
MULTISCREEN SELECT:
Displays a Multi Spot picture.
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● Displaying the Camera and
Playback Picture
1. Single Spot
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above.
2. Press the desired CAMERA button (1 - 16) corresponding to the picture you want to display. The
selected playback picture is displayed on the monitor screen.
Note: Blank channels are displayed in black.
The following procedures are not applicable to
the Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
• One segment of the multiscreen for camera pictures can be assigned to playback.
• This function is available with the 4-, 7-, 10- and 13segment multiscreen modes.
• The playback picture will be displayed in the upper
left segment of the multiscreen.
2. Single Still
Proceed as described in “Displaying the Camera
Picture, 2. Single Still” on page 38.
Confirm that the LED on the VTR/CAM button is lit.
Note: The VTR does not enter pause mode when
the playback picture is stilled.
1. Multi Spot
1. Press the MULTISCREEN SELECT button. The
LED (green) on the button lights up.
2. Press the VTR/CAM button to CAM position (LED
off).
3. Confirm that the 4-, 7-, 10- or 13-segment multiscreen is selected for the camera pictures.
If not, press the MULTISCREEN SELECT button
repeatedly until the desired multiscreen appears.
4. Press the FUNCTION button. The LED on the button starts to blink.
3. Electronic Zooming
Proceed as described in “Displaying the Camera
Picture, 3. Electronic Zooming” on page 39.
Confirm that the LED on the VTR/CAM button is lit.
4. Multi Spot
Proceed as described in “Displaying the Camera
Picture, 4. Multi Spot” on page 39.
Confirm that the LED on the VTR/CAM button is lit.
Notes:
• The 7-, 10-, and 13-segment multiscreen
modes are not available in playback mode.
4-SEGMENT
SCREEN
9-SEGMENT
SCREEN
FUNCTION
5. Select the playback channel you want to display by
pressing the corresponding CAMERA button.
The LED on the FUNCTION button lights, and the
selected playback picture is displayed in the upper
left segment of the multiscreen.
16-SEGMENT
SCREEN
• Segments assigned to channels where no
recording takes place appear black.
• The same channel cannot be displayed in multiple segments.
If this attempt is made, only the picture of the
channel with the lowest number is displayed;
the other segments appear black.
Camera
1
Camera
2
Camera
3
Camera
4
Playback
Camera
2
Camera
3
Camera
4
5. Multi Still
Proceed as described in “Displaying the Camera
Picture, 5. Multi Still” on page 39.
Confirm that the LED on the VTR/CAM button is lit.
6. Spot or Multi Sequence
Proceed as described in “Displaying the Camera
Picture, 6. Spot or Multi Sequence” on page 40.
Confirm that the LED on the VTR/CAM button is lit.
The LED on the VTR/CAM lights up button while the
playback picture is displayed.
Note: The same channel cannot be displayed in
multiple segments.
If this attempt is made, only the picture of the
channel with the lowest number is displayed;
the other segments appear black.
Notes:
• This function is not available when S-VIDEO
playback input is used.
• To enable this function, connect with the VIDEO
playback input at the same time. The VIDEO
palyback picture is displayed automatically
without making any setting changes.
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6. To display another playback picture, press the
FUNCTION button.
The LED on the button starts to blink. Select the
channel you want to display by pressing the corresponding CAMERA button.
7. To return to the camera picture multiscreen, press
the MULTISCREEN SELECT button.
To display the playback picture in Single Spot
mode,press the VTR/CAM button.
CAMERA CONTROL
FUNCTION
The camera control is only available while the camera picture is displayed in Single Spot on the selected monitor screen and the LOCK switch is in OFF
position.
■ Camera Selection
Note: To return to the previous camera picture multiscreen, press the FUNCTION button while the
LED in the button is blinking.
1. Press the SPOT or MULTISCREEN SELECT button. The LED (green) on the button lights up.
2. Multi Still
MULTI
SCREEN
SPOT
Repeat the above procedure. Then proceed as
described in “Displaying the Camera Picture, 5.
Multi Still” on page 39.
Note: You cannot still the displayed playback picture on the monitor screen.
2. Press the VTR/CAM button to CAM position (LED
off).
VTR
CAM
3. Press a CAMERA (1 - 16) button to display a
selected camera picture in Single Spot on the monitor screen.
The LED on the selected CAMERA button lights up.
■ Controlling System
Accessories
1. Lens Control
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the FOCUS button and adjust the lens focus
to obtain a sharply focused picture while observing
the monitor.
FOCUS
NEAR
FAR
If the specified camera with auto focus feature is
used, press both of these buttons simultaneously to
adjust the lens focus automatically.
3. Press the ZOOM button and adjust the lens zoom
to obtain the desired picture while observing the
monitor.
ZOOM
TELE
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WIDE
4. Auto Panning
Press the TELE button to optically bring an object
closer. Pressing the WIDE button has the reverse
effect.
4. Press the IRIS buttons to close or open the lens
iris. Adjust the lens iris by using the buttons to
obtain the proper picture exposure.
The following function is available only when the
specified Pan/Tilt Head is used.
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described on page 42.
2. Press the AUTO button to activate the auto panning
function.
3. To cancel the auto panning function, press one of
the Direction Arrow Buttons.
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
By pressing both of these buttons at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the initial factory settings.
5. Home Position Selection
The following functions are available only with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the Panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
2. Pan/Tilt Control (Manual Operation)
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described on page 42.
2. Press the HOME/SET button to move the camera to
the home position.
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described on page 42.
2. Press the Direction Arrow buttons to move the
pan/tilt head in the desired direction.
Pressing the UP and RIGHT buttons will move the
pan/tilt head upwards and to the right.
UP
UP
LEFT
LEFT
HOME/SET
HOME/SET
RIGHT
RIGHT
DOWN
DOWN
6. Camera Setup
Note: To move the pan/tilt head faster, press the
HOME/SET button while holding down the
Direction Arrow Buttons.
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described on page 42.
2. Press the SETUP/ESC button, while holding down
the selected CAMERA button, to access the
Camera Setup Menu.
3. Pan/Tilt Control (Preset Operation)
The following functions are available only with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the Panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
--AGC
ON
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC
MOTION DET
ON
LENS DRIVE
DC
END
SET UP DISABLE
↵↵
Note: Select only preset position numbers 1 to 16.
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure described on page 42.
2. Press the PRE-POSI button.
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
2
3
4
PRE-POSI
3. Press the CAMERA (1 - 16) buttons to select the
preset position number and move the pan/tilt head
to the preset position.
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SET UP/ESC
3. Select the desired item by pressing the UP or
DOWN button. Then select the desired mode by
pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button.
ALARM CONTROL
■ Alarm Input
The Video Multiplexer can handle the following
alarms:
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
• Interface Alarm
Alarm received from the Alarm/ Remote Control
Connector.
“ALARM” is displayed on the monitor screen.
• Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
Alarm indicating that camera signal loss has
occurred.
"CHPP LOSS" is displayed on the monitor screen.
• Camera Site Alarm
Alarm received from the associated camera site
receiver or camera.
“ALARM” is displayed on the monitor screen.
• PC Command Alarm
OAI command received from the Personal
Computer.
“ALARM” is displayed on the monitor screen.
DOWN
4. Press the SET button to execute the setting or enter
a sub menu.
5. Press the LEFT and RIGHT buttons simultaneously
to reset the selected menu.
6. Press the SETUP/ESC button to execute the setting
and return to the previous menu.
7. Press the SETUP/ESC button, while holding the
FUNCTION button, to escape from the setup mode
or menu.
FUNCTION
SET UP/ESC
■ Alarm Operation
When an alarm is activated, the Record Output,
Spot Output of the multiplexer and Multiscreen
Output are activated as shown below.
Refer to the ALARM SETUP menu of the SETUP
MENU on page 23 for settings.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of the
selected camera for more details.
• Simplified preset position setting
The preset position can be set by a simplified procedure without going through the position setting
menu.
The following functions are available only with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
1. Press the FUNCTION button while the position
setting menu is displayed.
2. Press the Direction Arrow buttons to move the
pan/tilt head in the desired direction.
3. Press the FOCUS or ZOOM button to adjust the
lens to obtain the desired picture.
4. Press the FUNCTION button again to restore
the Direction Arrow buttons’ cursor control function.
● WJ-FS616 Multiplexer
1. Front Panel Display
When an alarm is activated, the Alarm Indicator
(Red) blinks.
The Alarm Output signal is supplied to pin 9 of the
ALARM/REMOTE Control connector for the programmed duration.
After the programmed Alarm Output Time has
elapsed, the indicator light up.
If another alarm is activated during output of the
previous alarm, alarm is output for the programmed
duration.
2. Alarm Buzzer
The buzzer beeps for the programmed duration.
The buzzer stops beeping before that duration
when the alarm is reset.
3. Alarm Log
There are 100 alarm records stored in chronological order in 10 pages of table.
If more than 100 alarms are received, the oldest
record is overwritten.
The tables also indicate the alarm mode.
4. Camera Preset Movement
Enables movement of the camera to the preset
position that was specified in the ALARM TERMINAL SETUP table of the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Refer to the setup on page 34.
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● Record Output
2. Alarm Indication Mode
• The camera pictures selected before alarm was
activated remain on the monitor screen.
• If the alarmed channels are displayed, the camera
title and alarm display blink alternately on the monitor screen.
• Alarms are recorded in the mode specified for the
ALM REC MODE parameter on the ALARM SETUP
menu.
• Alarmed channels are recorded with more fields
than in normal recording if ON is specified for the
DYNAMIC REC parameter in the ALARM SETUP
menu.
● Multiscreen Output
ALARM
1. Alarm Link Mode
• The picture of the alarmed camera is displayed in
Single Spot mode on the multiscreen monitor. The
LED on the corresponding CAMERA button blinks.
• When multiple alarms are activated, the pictures of
the alarmed cameras are displayed on a quad
screen in the order of upper left to lower right segment. From the fifth alarm on, the pictures are overwritten in the order of upper left to lower right segment, and then displayed in sequence with the previous quad pictures.
• The Dwell Time for each step can be programmed
on the ALARM SETUP menu.
Note: If the alarm channel is in the Still mode, it
returns to normal viewing.
● Spot Output
1. Alarm Spot Mode
• The alarmed camera picture is displayed in Single
Spot mode on the spot monitor. When another
alarm is received, the display switches to showing
the most recent alarmed camera picture in Single
Spot mode.
• The camera title and alarm display are alternately
flashed on the monitor.
ALARM
2. Alarm Ignore Mode
[Spot]
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
• The camera pictures selected before alarm was
activated remain on the monitor screen.
• If the alarmed channels are displayed, the camera
title and alarm display blink alternately on the monitor screen.
[Quad Spot]
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
[Quad Sequence]
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■ Example of Using
Multiscreen 2 Monitor
■ Alarm Reset
● Manual Reset
The illustration below shows an example of how
alarm is displayed when a Multiscreen 2 Monitor is
connected to the REC OUT connector.
When an alarm is activated, the Alarm Indicator
blinks.
The indicator keeps blinking until all alarms are
cleared by pressing the ALARM RESET button.
The blinking or lit indicator goes off.
Multiscreen 2 Monitor
CH1 Alarmed
Multiscreen Monitor
CH1
ALARM
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH9
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH9
CH11
CH2 - CH4
Alarmed
CH5 Alarmed
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH7
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH10
CH13
CH6
CH12
CH7
CH8
CH6 - CH8
Alarmed
CH9 Alarmed
● External Reset
The alarm is reset by a recover signal received from
the external equipment at pin 8 of the ALARM/
REMOTE Control Connector.
The ALARM indicator goes off.
Sequence Display
The alarm is automatically reset after the programmed Alarm Output Time has elapsed.
The ALARM indicator changes from blinking to
steady light.
Pressing the ALARM RESET button will clear the
alarm and make the indicator go off.
Sequence Display
● Auto Reset
CH5
CH10 - CH13
Alarmed
● PC Command Reset
Sequence Display
RESET
• When alarm is activated, the picture of the alarmed
camera is displayed in Single Spot mode on the
Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
• From the second alarm on, the pictures of the
alarmed cameras are displayed in quad mode on the
Multiscreen 2 Monitor in the order of upper left to
lower right segment.
• The fifth alarm activated is displayed in Single Spot
mode on the Multiscreen Monitor 1, while the previous
four alarms remain displayed in quad mode on the
Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
• From the sixth alarm on, the pictures of the alarmed
cameras are displayed in quad mode on the
Multiscreen Monitor 1.
• From the ninth alarm on, the pictures of the alarmed
cameras on the Multiscreen 2 Monitor are overwritten
in the order of upper left to lower right segment.
Then tha overwritten and previous pictures are displayed alternately.
• From the thirteenth alarm on, the pictures of the
alarmed cameras on the Multiscreen Monitor 1 are
overwritten in the order of upper left to lower right
segment.
Then that overwritten and previous pictures are displayed alternately.
The alarm is reset either manually or automatically
depending on the Alarm Reset parameter selected.
Refer to the command table on page 54.
In these reset functions, the reset signal is output
from pin 27 of the ALARM/REMOTE Control
Connector.
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■ Alarm Suspension
OTHER FUNCTIONS
This function disables activation of the alarm link
and instead enables recording of any alarm activated in the alarm log.
It is used to suspend the alarm link during camera
setup.
■ Recording on the Time
Lapse VTR
The following selections are made on the SETUP
MENU described previously.
Refer to the Recording Mode Setting on page 28 for
more details.
1. Press the RESET and SPOT buttons simultaneously
for more than two seconds to suspend the alarm.
The LED on the RESET button lights up.
RESET
1. Check the selected recording mode (MODE 0 MODE 9).
MODE 0:
Normal Mode (Real Time)
MODE 1 - 9: Time Lapse Mode (Linear Mode)
If MODE 9 is selected, check the picture (Spot or
Quad) to be recorded on the VTR.
2. Press the Record button of the VTR to begin recording.
Notes:
• While recording with the camera switching
pulse (MODE 9), quad recording will work
properly when the selected recording interval is
more than 0.13 seconds (less than 8 fields/s).
• While recording without the camera switching
pulse (MODE 1-8), quad recording is not available.
When useing a VTR whose recording interval is
2 or 3 fields, select 4 fields (minimum) for the
REC MODE parameter.
However the same picture may be recorded
repeatedly.
SPOT
2. Press the RESET button again to reset the alarm
suspension.
The LED on the RESET button goes off.
■ Camera Switching Pulse
Loss Display
• When loss of the camera switching pulse isdetected, “SW LOSS” will flash on the monitor screen.
• The buzzer does not beep.
• When the camera switching pulse is recovered,
“SW LOSS” is cleared from the monitor.
Notes:
• When MODE 0 to MODE 8 is selected for
recording, or MULTI 2 OUT for REC OUT, “SW
LOSS” is not displayed because of the way the
system application works.
• If “ALARM” or “CH PP LOSS” is displayed on
the monitor screen, “SW LOSS” is not displayed
because alarm has priority.
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SETUP MENU OPERATIONS (with WV-CU550A)
During setup of the WJ-FS616 with the WV-CU550A System Controller, the following buttons and keys of the System
Controller correspond with those of the WJ-FS616 as shown below.
WJ-FS616
WV-CU550A
Function
SET UP
SET UP/ESC
Display the SETUP MENU or escapes from the
menu.
Press 2 sec more.
UP
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
Move the cursor or select the mode or parameter.
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
DOWN
Direction Arrow
buttons
DOWN
Joy Stick
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
Execute the selection and display the submenu for
items with the (*) mark
RIGHT
CAM
DOWN
SET
Execute the selection and return to the previous
menu.
SET UP/ESC
MON
UNIT/ESC
STILL
HOME/– AUTO/+
EL-ZOOM
Select the mode or parameter.
AUX1 AUX2
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
Select the next page.
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
Input any numeric values.
SET
Refer to setup on page 21 to 37 for further details.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES (with WV-CU550A)
MONITOR CONTROL
FUNCTONS
When operating the Video Multiplexer with the WVCU550A System Controller, the following buttons and
keys of the System Controller correspond with those of
the Video Multiplexer.
UP
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
1. Press the Controller On/Off Switch located on the
rear of the System Controller to the ON position.
The display shown below appears on the System
Controller’s LCD.
RIGHT
LEFT
DOWN
U01 C01
_MLT ∗ SPOT _SEQ
DOWN
Direction Arrow Button
Camera Number
(“Mlt”or “Seq”)
Unit Number
RIGHT
Joystick Controller
F1
F2
F3
VTR
_
F4
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
The Function Buttons operate as shown below.
4
5
6
7
8
9
F1:
F2:
F3:
F4:
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
Camera Selection Buttons
_ Mode OFF
✴ Mode ON
SET
Numeric Key + Set Key
2. Set the LCD display to ✴SPOT or ✴MLT by pressing the F2 or F1 button on the controller.
3. Select the desired camera by pressing the numeric
keys, then press the SET key.
The selected camera picture is displayed in Single
Spot on the selected monitor screen.
While the ALT button is in ON position, control of
the VTR with the buttons shown below is enabled.
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Rewind
Pause
Fast Forward
Reverse Play
Stop
Play
T/L mode
T/L mode
Record
Same operation as MULTISCREEN button
Same operation as SPOT button
Same operation as SEQUENCE button
Same operation as VTR/CAM button
FUNCTION
PRE-POSI
STILL
CAMERA SET ON A
EL-ZOOM
CAMERA SET OFF B
C
SETUP D
MULTISCREEN SELECT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
Refer to the supplied panel templates for the
other buttons.
SET
Note: Proceed as described for Monitor Control
Functions on page 38 to 42.
Note: When controlling with the WV-CU550A, it is
recommended to set the LOCK switch on the
WJ-FS616 to the ON position to prevent false
operation.
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CAMERA CONTROL
FUNCTIONS
4. Press the IRIS buttons to close or open the lens
iris. Adjust the lens iris by using the buttons to
obtain the proper picture exposure.
By pressing both of these buttons at the same time
for three seconds, the lens iris is set to the initial
factory settings.
Camera control is only available while the camera
picture is displayed in Single Spot on the monitor
screen.
IRIS
CLOSEOPEN
Note: When controlling the camera with multiplexed
control data by connecting a coaxial cable, you
should install the optional WV-PB6164 Data
Multiplex Board in the Video Multiplexer.
2. Pan/Tilt Control (Manual Operation)
1. Select the desired camera referring the Camera
Selection above.
2. Press the joystick to move the pan/tilt head in the
desired direction.
If the joystick is positioned in between UP and
RIGHT, the pan/tilt head moves diagonally upwards
and to the right.
■ Camera Selection
1. Set the LCD display to ✴SPOT or ✴MLT by repeatedly pressing the F2 or F1 button on the controller.
2. Select the camera (VTR) by pressing the Function
(F4) button on the controller.
3. Select the desired camera by pressing the numeric
keys, then press the SET key.
The selected camera picture is displayed in Single
Spot on the selected monitor screen.
3. Pan/Tilt Control (Preset Operation)
The following functions are only available with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the Panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
■ Controlling System
Accessories
1. Select the desired camera referring the Camera
Selection above.
2. Press the PRE-POSI button, then select the preset
number by pressing the numeric keys.
1. Lens Control
1. Select the desired camera referring the Camera
Selection above.
2. Press the FOCUS button to adjust the lens focus to
obtain a sharply focused picture while observing
the monitor.
If you are using the specified camera with auto
focus feature, you can adjust the lens focus automatically by pressing the AF button.
FOCUS
NEAR
PREPOSI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
SET
3. Press the SET key to move the pan/tilt head to the
preset position.
AF
FAR
4. Auto Panning
3. Press the ZOOM button to adjust the lens zoom to
obtain the desired picture while observing the monitor.
Press this button to the TELE position to optically
bring an object closer. Pressing to the WIDE position has the reverse effect.
The following function is only available when the
specified Pan/Tilt Head is used.
1. Select the desired camera referring the Camera
Selection above.
2. Press the AUTO button to activate the auto panning function.
AUTO/+
ZOOM
TELE
AUX2
WIDE
3. To cancel the auto panning function, press the joystick controller in the desired direction.
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4. Press the ALT button again to restore the joystick controller’s cursor control function..
5. Home Position Selection
The following functions are only available with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the Panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
Caution: If the camera setup is started with the
buttons on the camera, all future settings must
also be made with these buttons.
If the camera setup is started from a controller,
all future settings must also be made from the
controller.
1. Select the desired camera referring to Camera
Selection on page 50.
2. Press the HOME button to move the camera to the
home position.
7. Auxiliary Control
HOME/–
The following function is available only with a system that includes WV-RC100 or WV-RC150
Receivers.
AUX1
1. Select the desired camera. Refer to the Camera
Selection on page 50.
2. While the ALT switch is on, press the AUX1 or
AUX2 button to turn enable or disable the user’s
auxiliary switch in the Receiver.
6. Camera Setup
1. Select the desired camera referring to Camera
Selection on page 50.
2. Press the CAMERA SET ON button to access the
Camera Setup Menu.
The display on the LCD changes as shown below.
HOME/– AUTO/+
ALT
AUX1 AUX2
CAMERA
SET ON
REV
SET UP
T/L MODE
CAMERA
SET OFF
Note: The auxiliary control is not available while
operating the zoom or pan/tilt head.
PLAY
U01 C01 CamSet Up
RES A.RES
F1
F2
F3
F4
3. Select an item by moving the joystick UP or DOWN.
Then select the mode by moving the joystick LEFT
or RIGHT.
4. Press the SET key to execute the setting or enter a
sub menu.
5. To return to the previous menu, press the UNIT/
ESC key.
6. Press the F3 button to reset the selected function,
or press F4 to reset all functions to the initial state.
7. Press the CAMERA SET OFF button to escape
from the setup mode or menu.
ALARM CONTROL
FUNCTIONS
■ Alarm Suspension
1. Press the RESET and EL-ZOOM buttons simultaneously for two seconds or longer to suspend the
alarm.
The LED on the RESET button lights up.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of the
selected camera for more details.
RESET
• Simplified preset position setting
The preset position can be set by a simplified procedure without going through the position setting
menu.
The following functions are only available with cameras that have preset panning functions, such as
the panasonic WV-BS500 or WV-CS600 series.
ELZOOM
ALL FS
RESET
2. Press the RESET button again to reset the alarm
suspension.
The LED on the RESET button goes off.
1. Press the ALT button while the position setting
menu is displayed.
2. Press the joystick controller to move the pan/tilt
head in the desired direction.
3. Press the FOCUS or ZOOM button to adjust
the lens to obtain the desired picture.
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SYSTEM EXPANSION
The system shown below is an example of the expansion capabilities of the WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer. Up to four Video
Multiplexers can be connected to expand the camera inputs.
Main Site (Unit 1)
Local Site (Unit 2)
Camera 1 -16
Camera 1 -16
AUX
AUX
Alarm
Alarm
Video
Video
Data RS-485
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
16
LOCK
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
VCR
CAM
OFF
F1
F2
F3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
PUSH OPEN
Spot Out
Spot In
2
3
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
POWER
Data RS-485
ON
OFF
VCR
CAM
2
3
PUSH OPEN
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
RS-232C/Wired
RS-232C/Wired
Time Lapse VTR
Time Lapse VTR
F4
System Controller for WJ-FS
616
Spot Monitor Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Live
Main 1-16ch Playback 1-16ch
Local 1-16ch
Data RS-485
16
LOCK
1
POWER
ON
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
System Controller
WV-CU550A
32-Input System
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■ Connections
For example, press the keys shown below.
In this type of installation, only one Video Multiplexer is connected directly to the System
Controller by a control cable.
The rest of the Video Multiplexers are connected to
the system Controller in a daisy-chain type connection.
Refer to the connections and data port settings
shown below.
Local Site
CAM
SET
In this example, the picture of Camera No. 15 connected to Video Multiplexer the Unit 2 is displayed
on the Spot Monitor connected to Video Multiplexer
the Unit 1.
5. Operate the selected unit as described in the
OPERATING PROCEDURES.
6. Select another unit with the Numeric Keys. Then
press the UNIT/ESC key to activate the selected
unit.
SPOT
IN
IN
OUT
DATA
TEAM.
OFF ON
DATA
IN
TEAM.
OFF ON
IN
OUT
TERM
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO.
1-8
OFF
901
23
ON
78
OUT
456
IN
DATA
5
UNIT/ESC
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
SPOT
OUT
1
MON
Main Site
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
OUT
2
■ Other Application
The video signal looped through the SPOT IN connector can be displayed on the Spot Monitor.
Notes:
• Up to four Video Multiplexers can be daisychained to the System Controller.
• Unit numbers should be assigned in the order
of connection, starting with the unit connected
directly to the WV-CU550A System Controller.
• It is not available to activate sequence extended the unit.
• It is recommended to set the LOCK switch to
the ON position while making these connections.
• For controlling more than 4 cameras, additional
WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex Board should be
installed in the Video Multiplexer.
VIDEO
Unit
1. Confirm that the camera and peripherals are connected correctly and firmly.
2. Turn on the power switches of all system components.
3. Confirm that the DAISY MODE parameter on the
SYSTEM SETUP menu is set to ON.
4. Select the unit number of the Video Multiplexer with
the Numeric Keys. Then press the UNIT/ESC key to
activate the selected unit.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
2
Unit
1
1. Confirm that the LINK parameter on the SYSTEM
SETUP menu is set to DAISY MODE.
2. Select the unit number of the Video Multiplexer with
the Numeric Keys. Then press the UNIT/ESC key to
activate the selected unit.
3. Press the (F2) button on the controller to select the
spot monitor.
4. Press [ 0 ] then press the SET key to display the
video on the Spot Monitor looped through the SPOT
IN connector.
■ Operating Procedures
1
VIDEO
SET
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APPENDIX
● Communication Protocol
¥ Select parameters for communication between personal computers referring to Communication Port Setup on the SYSTEM SETUP menu on page 35.
The data format is shown below.
ASCII
[STX] [
] [
] [
] [ETX]
(02H) (
) (
) (
) (03H)
● Command Table
A transmission command consists of 3 alphanumeric characters following an address. If a command requires a parameter,
add a colon (:) after the command. If it needs a second and a third parameter, insert a colon (:) between them.
If a command with a parameter has no parameter value specified, it will be processed at the underlined parameter value.
Note: When remote controlling the Video Multiplexer by PC through the Data Port, add the unit adress to the transmission
command.
For example,
ADuu; OMS: m (uu=01 - 16 unit number)
(1) Main Unit Operation Control
Item
Command (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Response Command (ASCII)
Monitor Select
OMS : m
OMS
m=0
m=1
m=2
VTR/Camera Select
OVC : m
OVC
m=0
m=1
OST
m=0 Still OFF
m=1 Still ON
nn=00 All video channels specify
nn=01 - 16 Camera Number
Quad
m=1
9 divide m=3
13 divide m=5
No. of divisions (+) m=D
Still ON/OFF
OST : m : nn
Spot Monitor
Multiscreen Monitor
Multiscreen 2 Monitor
Camera Mode
VTR Mode
Multiscreen Select
OTC : m
OTC
m=0
m=2
m=4
m=1
Sequence
OSQ : m
OSQ
m=0
m=1
End Sequence
Activate Sequence
Sequence Mode
Select
OSE : m
OSE
m=0
m=1
m=2
SEQ1
SEQ2
SEQ3
Electronic Zoom
ON/OFF
OZM : m
OZM
m=0
m=1
Zoom OFF
Zoom ON
Single Spot CH Select
OCS : mm
OCS
mm=00 - 16 Camera Number
*00=Spot Input
Camera & Playback Display
Playback CH Select
OVS : mm
OVS
mm=01 - 16 Playback CH number
Alarm Input
OAI : m
OAI
m=0
:
m=F
16CH Alarm
Manual Reset
Auto Reset
Alarm Reset
OAL : m
OAL
m=0
m=1
Alarm Log Clear
OAR
OAR
None
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1CH Alarm
7 divide
10 divide
16 divide
No. of divisions (−)
(2) Mode Change
Item
Command (ASCII)
Response Command (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Alarm Suspension
MAD : m
MAD
m=0
m=1
Alarm Suspension OFF
Alarm Suspension ON
Lock
MKL : m
MKL
m=0
m=1
Lock OFF
Lock ON
Setup
MSU : m
MSU
m=0
m=1
End Setup
Begin Setup
(3) Cursor
Item
Cursor Movement
Select Parameter
Command (ASCII)
Response Command (ASCII)
DCR : mm
DCR
Parameter (ASCII)
mm=UU
mm=DD
mm=RR
mm=LL
mm=BB
mm=ES
mm=IC
mm=DC
mm=FF
Move Upward
Move Downward
Move to Right
Move to Left
Move to lower layer
Move to upper layer
Item decision (partial)
Select parameter (+)
Select parameter (−)
Select page
mm=UR
mm=UL
mm=DR
mm=DL
Move to Upper-Right
Move to Upper-Left
Move to Lower-Right
Move to Lower-Left
*1
*1 The parameter valid on the main unit setup menu is:
mm=UU, DD, RR, LL, BB, ES, FF,IC, DC
The parameter valid for zoom position move during electronic zooming is:
mm=UU, DD, RR, LL, UR, UL, DR, DL
(4) Status Inquiry
Item
Status Inquiry
Command (ASCII)
QOP
Response Command (ASCII)
Table below (19 kinds)
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Parameter (ASCII)
None
Examples of response
No.
Response Command (ASCII)
Main Unit Information
1
@mPLSNcc
Single Spot (Camera)
2
@mPLSZcc
Single Spot + Electronic Zoom (Camera)
3
@mPLSScc
Single Spot + Still (Camera)
4
@mPLSXcc
Single Spot + Zoom + Still (Camera)
5
@mPLSMLa
Multi Spot (+ Still) (Camera)
6
@mPLQNcc
Spot Sequence (Camera)
7
@mPLQMLa
Multi Sequence (Camera)
8
@mPLQZcc
Spot Sequence + Zoom (Camera)
9
@mPVSNcc
Single Spot (VTR)
10
@mPVSZcc
Single Spot + Zoom (VTR)
11
@mPVSScc
Single Spot + Still (VTR)
12
@mPVSXcc
Single Spot + Zoom + Still (VTR)
13
@mPVSMLa
Multi Spot (+ Still) (VTR)
14
@mPVQNcc
Spot Sequence (VTR)
15
@mPVQMLa
Multi Sequence (VTR)
16
@mPVQZcc
Spot Sequence + Zoom (VTR)
17
@mPRSMLa
Live & VTR Display (+ Still)
18
@mPE
Setup Mode
19
@mPX
Playback through
m=0, 1, 2
P=N, A, D, F
cc=01 - 16
a=0-6
Monitor Number (0 : Spot Monitor, 1 : Multiscreen Monitor, 2 : Multiscrren 2 Monitor)
N : Normal A : Alarm D : Normal + Alarm Suspension F : Alarm + Alarm Suspension
Camera Number (00 (SPOT IN) is also possible when Spot Monitor (m=0)) is selected
According to the number of screen divisions.
0 : Quad 1 : 7 divide 2 : 9 divide 3 : 10 divide 4 : 13 divide 5 : 16 divide 6 : Single Spot
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Camera Input (1-16):
Camera Output (1-16):
Spot Output:
Multiscreen Output:
Recording Output:
Playback Input:
Alarm/Remote Control:
VTR Control (RS-232C):
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
220 - 240 V AC 50 Hz
50 W
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
0.5 V[p-p] /75 Ω data signal and 2.5 V[p-p] /75 Ω vertical timing
pulse multiplexed.
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
Y Signal; 0.7 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.3 V[p-p] /75Ω S-video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
Y Signal; 0.7 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.3 V[p-p] /75Ω S-video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
Y Signal; 0.7 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.3 V[p-p] /75Ω S-video signal
37-pin D-sub Connector
25-pin D-sub Connector
−10 °C - +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F)
Less than 90 %
420 (W) X 88 (H) X 350 (D) mm
16-9/16” (W) X 3-7/16” (H) X 13-3/4” (D)
6.5 kg (14.3 lbs.)
Dimensions and weight are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Rack Mounting Bracket ................................... 2 pcs.
Screws (M4 x 10) ............................................. 4 pcs.
Switch Protector ................................................ 1 pc.
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N1097-1127
YWV8QA4661BN
N 19
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Impreso en Japón
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