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System Controller
WV-CU151
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions completely
ENGLISH VERSION
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.
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deklaration omhandler, er i overensstemmelse med den følgende
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73/23/EEC och 89/336/EEC.
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van Richtlijnen 73/23/EEC en 89/336/EEC.
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89/336/EEC. säädöksiä.
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.
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.
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 .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROL AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................. 3
CONNECTIONS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
SYSTEM CONNECTION .................................................................................................................................................................... 6
OPERATING PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................................................................................... 18
The model numbers listed in this Operating Instructions have no suffixed attached to it.
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ENGLISH
CONTENTS
PREFACE
FEATURES
The Panasonic System Controller WV-CU151 is designed
for use with the Combination Camera WV-CS600 / WVCS400 or Receiver WV-RC100 / WV-RC150 / WV-RC170.
Multiplexed control signal on the video signal over a single
coaxial cable saves the expense of wiring cost.
The built-in alarm output connector allows to supply the
alarm signal to the external equipment.
1. Setting and selection of the Program menu are available.
2. Controllable functions are manual panning and tilting
of the Pan-tilt Head, Focus/Zoom/Iris Control for a
specified lens, Power on/off of the camera Wiper and
Defroster on/off Auxiliary relay on/off selection.
PRECAUTIONS
• Do not attempt to disassemble the instrument. In order
to prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Do refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not abuse the instrument. Avoid striking, shaking,
etc. It could be damaged by improper handing or storage. Do handle the instrument with care.
• Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the instrument body. Do use a dry cloth to clean
the instrument when dirty. In case the dirt is hard to
remove, use mild detergent and wipe gently.
• Do not expose the instrument to water or moisture, and
do not operate in wet area. Do take immediate action if
ever the instrument does become wet. Turn the power
off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Moisture can damage the instrument and also create
the danger of electric shock.
• Do not use the instrument in an extreme environment
where high temperature or high humidity exist. Use the
instrument under conditions where temperature are
within under conditions where temperature are within
−10°C - +50°C, and humidity is below 90%.
• Make sure before installing pan-tilt head or lens if they
are usable.
• Set the Mode Selection Switch (LOCAL/REMOTE) on
the specified camera to the REMOTE position when
connecting it with this unit.
• Audio transmission is not available.
• Multiple operation of the unit is available.
• Every necessary procedure with regard to installing
this product should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
• The input power source must be 230 - 240V AC for
WV-CU151/A and WV-CU151/B, 230V AC for WVCU151/G at 50Hz.
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROL AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front Panel
System Controller WV-CU151
POWER
BUSY
POWER
RESET
ON
SHIFT
;
1
ALARM
l
2
3
5
6
UP
OFF
HOUSING
WIPER
PROS
CAM
MENU
DEF
4
SET
AUX
2
CLOSE
IRIS
OPEN
1
TELE
ZOOM
WIDE
NEAR
FOCUS
FAR
L
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
R
PAN
RANDOM
AUTO
DOWN
AF
1. Power ON/OFF Switch (POWER: ON/OFF)
This switch is used to turn on and off the power of the
unit.
Note: When the power switch is turned on, the power
for the camera which is supplied by the Receiver
becomes on. However, when the power switch is
turned off while the camera and the Pan-tilt head
are working, the Receiver keeps supplying the
power to the camera and the pan-tilt head.
6. Camera / Program Menu Selection Switch
(CAM MENU/PROG)
Used to select the display menu.
CAM MENU: Displays the set up menu of the camera.
PROG: Displays the program menu of this unit.
CAM MENU and PROG selection should be made in
accordance with the Shift Switch setting.
When the selected function is activated, its indicator
will light.
2. Power Indicator
Indicates the Power On.
7. Zoom / Iris Control Switch
(ZOOM: TELE/WIDE, IRIS: CLOSE/OPEN)
ZOOM : Controls the lens zoom. (Tele - Wide)
IRIS:
Controls the lens iris. (Close - Open)
When the shift switch lights, the open or close position
can be selected.
Note: This control works to the specified camera, such
as the WV-CS600 or WV-CS400.
3. Alarm Reset Switch (ALARM RESET)
Used to reset the alarm signal manually.
The LED on this switch will light off from blinking after
completing the reset.
When this unit is return to the initial mode due to the
automatic reset function or recover signal supply, the
LED on this switch will light on from blinking.
8. Focus Control Switch (FOCUS: NEAR /FAR)
Used to control the lens focus.
4. Busy Indicator (BUSY)
Indicates the busy condition.
To operate this unit is not possible during lighting.
9. Panning Selection Switch (PAN: AUTO, RANDOM)
Selects the automatic or random panning.
The movement of the random panning has been preprogrammed by a micro-processor in the specified
receiver. The random panning functions when the
specified pan/tilt head is used.
The automatic random functions when WV-CS600, WVCS400 or the equivalent is used.
• When the shift switch lights, the random panning can
be selected.
5. Shift Switch (SHIFT)
Used to select the functions of the Program Selection
Switch, Panning Selection Switch, Auxiliary Selection
Switch, Zoom/Iris Switches and Housing Switch.
Lighting: Selects the PROG, CLOSE, OPEN, WIPER,
AUX2 or RANDOM.
Lighting Off: Selects the CAM MENU, TELE, WIDE,
DEF, AUX1 or AUTO.
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15. Down Switch (8)
This switch is used to move the cursor (on the Set up
or Program Menu) in the down direction.
10. Auxiliary 1 / 2 Selection Switch (AUX: 1/2)
Used to control the user’s auxiliary equipment.
AUX1: Turn off the Shift Switch to select this position.
AUX2: Turn on the Shift Switch to select this position.
16. Left Switch (4)
This switch is used to move the cursor (on the Set up
or Program Menu) in the left direction.
11. Housing Switch (HOUSING: WIPER / DEF)
Used to control the wiper or defroster of the housing.
WIPER: Turn on the Shift Switch to select this position.
DEF: Turn off the Shift Switch to select this position.
17. Position Switch (POSI)
Used to turn the pan/tilt head to the preset position.
Select the desired position in accordance with the preset number.
12. Up Switch (2)
This switch is used to move the cursor (on the program
or camera menu) in the up direction.
18. Home Position Switch (HOME)
Used to turn the pan/tilt head to the home position of
the Combination Camera WV-CS600.
13. Right Switch (6)
This switch is used to move the cursor (on the Set up
or Program Menu) in the right direction.
19. Joystick Controller (UP / DOWN / RIGHT / LEFT)
This is a joystick type switch. The specified pan/tilt
head can be controlled manually by moving this controller.
14. Set Switch (5)
The mode selected in the program or camera setup
menu is enabled by pressing this switch.
■ Rear Panel
RESET
OUT RECOVER IN CAMERA
ALARM OUT GND
IN
NORMAL
VIDEO
VS/VD
OUT
IN/OUT
ALARM
OFF
24. Mode Selection Switch (NORMAL / ALARM OFF)
Used to select the activated mode.
20. Alarm Output Terminal (ALARM OUT)
The alarm output signal is provided at this terminal for
the Time Lapse VTR.
(Open corrector output, 16V DC or less, 100mA or
less)
25. Camera Input Connector (CAMERA IN)
This connector accepts the multiplexed video and control data signal from the WV-CS600, WV-CS400 or
specified receiver.
21. Ground Terminal (GND)
26. Video Output Connector (VIDEO OUT)
The composite video signal is provided at this connector. The control data signal does not include in the
video output signal.
22. Reset Output Terminal (RESET OUT)
When the controller resets the activated alarm by
pressing the Alarm Reset Switch, the alarm reset output signal is provided at this terminal for the Time
Lapse VTR.
Note: Be sure to set the internal switch to the VTR
position.
Refer to the Dip switch Setting on page 5 for detail.
27. External Gen-lock Input / Output Connector
(VS/VD IN/OUT)
28. Power Cord
23. Recover Input Terminal (RECOVER IN)
Accepts the recover signal from the Time Lapse VTR.
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CONNECTIONS
• Dip Switch Setting
Before connecting this controller, confirm the Dip Switch Setting if the system setting change is required.
The following setting procedure should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
Preparation: Take off the bottom cover by removing the two fixing screws.
Bottom Cover
SW202
SW1
SW2
SW201
1. SW2
3. SW1
Set this switch (SW2) to choose the alarm reset output
signal as either Open Collector (O.C.) or Pulse (VTR).
Open Collector (O.C.): 16V DC 100mA max.
Pulse (VTR) : +5V DC approx. 500msec.
Confirm switches (SW1) on the board are set to the
position as shown. These switches are used only for
factory test.
Initially, VTR position is selected at the factory.
Bit
ON
8
OFF
SW2
VTR
SW1
1
4. SW202
O.C
Set this switch to choose the External Gen-lock Input
signal as either VS or VD.
VS position is preset at the factory.
2. SW201
Set this switch (SW201) to choose the character display mode on the monitor.
NOR : White with Black border
SW202
VS
REV : Black with White border
Initially, normal (NOR) position is selected at the factory.
SW201
REV
NOR
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VD
SYSTEM CONNECTION
■ Basic Connection
WV-CS600
WV-CS600
Camera Site
1.2 km
(Coaxial Multiplex
Communication)
WV-CU151
System Controller WV-CU151
POWER
BUSY
POWER
ON
;
1
ALARM
l
2
3
5
6
UP
OFF
HOUSING
WIPER
PROS
CAM
MENU
OFF
4
SET
AUX
2
CLOSE
IRIS
OPEN
ZOOM
WIDE
NEAR
FOCUS
FAR
1
L
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
Control Site
R
PAN
RANDOM
AUTO
DOWN
AF
Time Lapse VTR
Video
Monitor
■ Application 1 Connection with the Video Switcher
Camera
WV-CS600
WV-CS600
Camera Housing
Receiver
Video Switcher
WV-CU151
System Controller WV-CU151
POWER
BUSY
POWER
ON
;
1
ALARM
l
2
3
5
6
UP
OFF
HOUSING
WIPER
PROS
CAM
MENU
OFF
4
SET
AUX
2
CLOSE
1
IRIS
OPEN
ZOOM
WIDE
FOCUS
FAR
L
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
R
PAN
RANDOM
NEAR
AUTO
DOWN
AF
Time Lapse VTR
Video
Monitor
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■ Application 2 Connection with the Time Lapse VTR
• Connection of Alarm Output Terminal
Make sure the polarity of the buzzer to meet with this terminal.
The positive (+) terminal of the buzzer should be connected with the Alarm Output Terminal.
The Alarm Output Terminal is composed of the Open Collector Output and the capacity is 16V DC, 100mA or less.
(1) In case the buzzer is operable within the capacity of Alarm Output Terminal, connect buzzer as shown below.
(2) In case the buzzer is not operable within the capacity of Alarm Output Terminal, the external relay unit should be used as
shown below.
Time Lapse VTR
ALARM
IN
ALARM
OUT
GND
GND
RECOVER
OUT
RESET
IN
RESET
OUT
NC
+12 V
GND
RECOVER
IN
NC:
NO:
C:
Relay
OUT
GND
ON normally
OFF normally
Common
NO
C
To Alarm
■ Cable-loss Compensation Setting
<For examples>
The maximum cable length in the system is approximately
1200 meter.
See the diagram below and set up the cable-loss compensation switch for each unit accordingly.
Camera
Camera
WV-CU151
Am
Cable length
(with 5C-2V)
unit: meter
0 ≤ A < 500
500 ≤ A < 900
900 ≤ A < 1200
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Position of the
Cable comp of
program menu
for WV-CU151
S
M
L
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Before starting the following procedures, all system components should be turned on.
A. For the Combination Camera WV-CS600, WV-CS400, specified Pan/tilt Head
or Receivers
1. Manual Panning / Tilting
The panning should be controlled with a Joystick operation as shown below.
Note: The panning / tilting speed is according to the angle of a Joystick as shown below.
Up
UP
Right
Left
L
R
Left
Right
Up
DOWN
Down
Down
Low speed
High speed
2. Automatic Panning
3. Random Panning
Allows the camera to make a panning automatically.
(Only WV-RC100 or WV-RC150 connection)
3-1. Press the SHIFT Switch.
The LED on the SHIFT Switch will light.
2-1. Press the PAN Switch.
The indicator of AUTO will light and automatic
panning will start.
3-2. Press the PAN Switch.
The LED of the RANDOM will light and automatic
panning will start.
SHIFT
LED lights off
SHIFT
LED lights on
PAN
RANDOM
AUTO
LED lights on
PAN
RANDOM
LED lights on
AUTO
2-2. To stop this panning, press the PAN Switch again.
The panning will stop and the LED of AUTO will
light off.
3-3. To stop this panning, press PAN Switch again.
The panning will stop and the LED of RANDOM
will light off.
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4. Preset Position Setting
SHIFT
4-1. Press the preset number.
4-2. Press the POSI Switch.
The camera is turned to the preset position.
1
2
3
4
5
6
LED lights on
CLOSE
IRIS
OPEN
TELE
ZOOM
WIDE
To brighten
To darken
SET
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
1
2
Note: The control speed may be slow during the AGC
setting in the camera side.
c. Reset of Iris Level
Allows the iris level to return into the initial one.
c-1. Press SHIFT Switch.
The LED on the SHIFT Switch lights.
c-2. Press the OPEN and CLOSE switches simultaneously more than 1 sec.
The iris level is reset to the preset one.
5. Home Position Setting
Press the HOME Switch.
The camera is turned to the preset home position.
1
2
3
4
5
6
SHIFT
LED lights on.
SET
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
CLOSE
IRIS
OPEN
TELE
ZOOM
WIDE
1
Press both switches simultaneously for 1 second or more.
Note: When the camera is not operated for a certain
time (preset time) in the AUTO HOME POSI or
SELF RETURN On mode, it moves to the home
position automatically.
d. Focus Control
Adjust the lens focus by pressing the FOCUS Switches
while observing the monitor screen.
6. Lens Control
a. Zoom Control
Adjust the lens zoom by pressing the ZOOM Switches
while observing the monitor screen.
NEAR
FOCUS
FAR
To focus far
SHIFT
LED OFF
To focus near
e. Automatic Focus Control (only WV-CS600)
CLOSE
IRIS
OPEN
TELE
ZOOM
WIDE
e-1. Press the FOCUS Switches simultaneously more
than 1 sec.
Note: The Auto Focus mode should be set to the
NORMAL mode.
To select WIDE
To select TELE
NEAR
FOCUS
FAR
b. Iris Control
b-1. Press the SHIFT Switch.
The LED on the SHIFT Switch lights.
b-2. Adjust the lens iris by pressing the IRIS Switches
while observing the monitor screen.
Press both switches simultaneously for 1 second or more.
e-2. To release this function, press the either FOCUS
Switches (NEAR or FAR).
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7. Alarm
7-1. When the alarm signal is supplied in the Alarm On
mode, “Alarm” is displayed on the screen of the
monitor. (The Alarm display is preset to OFF at the
factory.)
7-2. The LED on RESET Switch starts to blink and the
buzzer sound comes.
Alarm
Character display
RESET
ALARM
LED blinks.
Notes:
1. Alarm Display On/Off and Buzzer On/Off mode
can be selected.
2. The camera or receiver control can be continued even if the alarm signal is supplied.
8. Alarm Reset
Manual or Automatic resetting can be selected.
a. Automatic Reset
When the Self Return function has been set, the alarm
is reset automatically after a certain time.
The LED on RESET switch lights from blinking and the
“ALARM” is disappeared on the monitor screen.
RESET
ALARM
LED blinks.
↓
LED lights on
b. Manual Reset
Press the RESET Switch when accepting the alarm signal.
The LED on the RESET Switch lights off, “ALARM” is
disappeared on the monitor screen and alarm reset is
executed.
RESET
ALARM
LED blinks.
↓
LED lights off
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9. Program Menu Setting
SHIFT
a. Entering the Program Menu
LED lights on
a-1. Press the SHIFT Switch.
The LED on the SHIFT Switch will light.
PROS
CAM
MENU
LED lights on
a-2. Press PROG Switch more than 2 sec.
The LED on the PROG Switch lights and the following menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
• Program Menu
• Preset Data Menu
** Preset Data **
Cam1:------------ *
Cam2:------------ *
** Program Menu **
Preset Data
Controller Set Up
*
*
End
Return
• Controller Setup Menu
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
S
60S
Off
On
On
Return
The following switches are used as the cursor in
the Program Menu.
b. Controller Set Up Menu
b-1. Move the cursor to Controller Set Up.
b-2. Press the Set Switch.
The Controller Set Up Menu is displayed on the
monitor screen.
Up Switch
1
Left Switch
4
2
3
5
6
• Controller Set Up Menu
Right Switch
** Program Menu **
SET
7
8
9
HOME
0
POSI
Set Switch
Preset Data
Controller Set Up
Down Switch
End
*
*
d
a-3. To close the Program Menu, move the cursor to
the END position and press the Set Switch or
PROG Switch.
Note: Zoom/Iris, Focus Control Switches or
Joystick can function during setting the preset
position.
• Controller Set Up Menu
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
Return
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S
60S
Off
On
On
c. Controller Set Up Menu Description
The setable items are shown in the following.
Cable Comp
Cable compensation
S : The cable length is 0 m to 500 m or less.
M : The cable length is 500 m to 900 m or less.
L : The cable length is 900 m to 1200 m or less. (with 5C-2V)
Alarm Time
Alarm operating time (Self return time)
0.5, 1, 2, ...60, 65, ...120 sec.
Alarm Display
“Alarm” display on/off
ON : Display
OFF : No display
Alarm Buzzer
Alarm buzzer on/off
ON : Buzzer on
OFF : Buzzer off
Switch Buzzer
Switch buzzer on/off
ON : Buzzer on
OFF : Buzzer off
d. Menu Setting
1. Cable Compensation Setting
1-1. Move the cursor to “Cable Comp” by pressing the
Up / Down Switch.
1-2. Select the desired mode (S / M / L) by pressing
the Right / Left Switch.
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
S
60 S
Off
On
On
Return
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
S
60S
Off
On
On
3. Alarm Display Setting
3-1. Move the cursor to “Alarm Display” by pressing
the Up / Down Switch.
3-2. Select the On / Off mode by pressing the Right /
Left Switch.
Return
S
M
L
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
2. Alarm Time(Self Return Time) Setting
2-1. Move the cursor to “Alarm Time” by pressing the
Up / Down Switch.
2-2. Set the desired time by pressing the Right / Left
Switch.
1
120
2
115
59
On
60
60S
Off
On
On
Return
1 sec. interval
0.5
S
65
70
5 sec. interval
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Off
4. Alarm Buzzer Setting
4-1. Move the cursor to “Alarm Buzzer” by using the
Up / Down Switch.
4-2. Select the On / Off mode by using Right / Left
Switch.
e. Camera Set Up
e-1. Press the Camera / Program Menu Selection
Switch more than 2 sec.
The LED of CAM MENU lights and the camera set
up menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
e-2. To close the camera set up menu, press the
Camera / Program Menu Selection Switch.
The LED of CAM MENU lights off and the camera
set up menu is disappeared.
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
S
60S
Off
On
On
SHIFT
LED lights off
Return
PROS
CAM
MENU
On
*** SET UP MENU ***
5. Switch Buzzer Setting
5-1. Move the cursor to “Switch Buzzer” by pressing
the Up / Down Switch.
5-2. Select the On / Off mode by using the Right / Left
Switch.
PRESET *
HOME POSITION
SELF RETURN
AUTO MODE
LOCAL/REMOTE
CAMERA *
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
15
10MIN
AUTO PAN*
LOCAL
(WV-CS600)
S
60S
Off
On
On
f. Up / Down Loading
1. Display of preset Data Menu
1-1. Press the SHIFT Switch.
The LED on this switch lights.
1-2. Press the Camera/Program Menu Selection Switch
more than 2 sec.
The Program Menu is displayed on the monitor
screen.
1-3. Move the cursor to the Preset Data position by
using the Up/Down/Left/Right Switch.
1-4. Press the Set Switch.
The Preset Data Screen is displayed on the monitor screen.
Return
On
Off
6. Closing the Controller Menu
6-1. Move the cursor to “Return” by pressing the Up /
Down / Right / Left Switch.
6-2. Press the Set Switch.
The Controller Menu is closed and the Program
Menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
Note: By pressing the Camera/Program Menu
Selection Switch, the Program Menu is displayed
on the monitor screen.
To display the normal picture on the monitor
screen, press the Camera/Program Selection
Switch again.
2. Up/Down Load Setting
2-1. Move the cursor to desired “Cam” position.
The data of up to 2 cameras can be memorized.
2-2. Press the Set Switch.
The Loading Screen is displayed on the monitor
screen.
2-3. Move the cursor “Down Load / Up Load” position
by using the Up/Down Switch.
** Controller Set Up **
Cable Comp
Alarm Time
Alarm Display
Alarm Buzzer
Switch Buzzer
LED lights on
Off
S
60S
Off
On
On
Return
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2-4. Press the Set Switch.
“Loading” is appeared and blinking during the
down load or up load.
Notes:
1. The previous data should not be kept.
After completing the up load or down load,
“Cam1 : Save” and “End” are displayed on
the down load or up load screen.
2. The up load or down load time is approx. 2
minutes per camera.
After completing the up load or down load,
the WV-CS600 will move to the Preset Position
(REFRESH).
3. The down loading or up loading data should
be the preset data only.
When you want to make the setting except the
preset data after up loading / down loading,
set them on the Camera Set Up Menu.
4. When the up load has been done to the
changed camera, the camera picture may not
be same with the previous one.
Set the camera condition with the Camera Set
Up Menu again.
5. The all preset data should be erased due to
the up load operation.
• Up / Down Loading Screen
** Cam1:------------ **
Down Load :
Up
Load :
Data Title *
Return
** Cam1:------------ **
Save
Down Load : Loading
Up
Load :
Data Title *
** Cam1 : Save
**
Down Load : END
Up
Load :
Return
Data Title *
Return
• Error Display
When an error occurs during Up/Down Loading, the following messages are displayed on the monitor.
Message
Cause
Note
Error 1
Incompatibility of model
A difference between the transmission information
and the model occurs during up/down loading.
Error 2
Lack of memory
The transmission information is over the capacity in
memory during down loading.
Error 3
Causes except above
The up/down load is not possible due to something
cause except the above one.
g. Title Editing
g-1. Move the cursor to “Data Title” by using the Right /
Left Switch.
g-2. Press the Set Switch.
The Camera Data Title screen is displayed on the
monitor.
Up to 12 characters can be selected.
** Preset Data **
Cam1 : Save
*
Cam2 :
*
Return
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
0123456789
[].,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$
←→
Space
Return
Clear
g-3. Move the cursor to the desired character and
press the Set Switch.
g-4. To display the Preset Data screen, move the cursor to the “Return” and press the Set Switch.
Notes:
1. When the title setting has not been made,
“SAVE” is displayed to the title position.
2. When the saved data is down loaded, the previous data is replaced to the down load data.
Save........
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B. For the Housing
C. For the External Equipment
1. Press the AUX Switch.
When turning on the power of AUX2, press the SHIFT
Switch.
1. Defroster Power On/Off
1-1. Press the HOUSING Switch.
The LED on DEF Switch lights and the power of
the defroster is turned on.
Note: Confirm that the SHIFT Switch lights off.
SHIFT
LED lights off
(AUX1 has been selected.)
SHIFT
LED lights off.
AUX
2
HOUSING
LED lights on
1
WIPER
DEF
LED lights on.
SHIFT
LED lights on
(AUX2 has been selected.)
1-2. To turn off the power of the Defroster, press the
HOUSING Switch again.
The LED on DEF Switch lights off.
AUX
2
1
LED lights on
2. Wiper Power On/Off
2-1. Press the SHIFT Switch.
The LED on the SHIFT Switch lights.
2. To turn off the power of AUX1 or AUX2, press the AUX
Switch again.
Note: When you want to turn on the power of the external
equipment during pressing the AUX Switch, it can be
ordered from receiver side.
Refer to the Operating Instructions of the receiver for
the detail.
SHIFT
LED lights on.
HOUSING
WIPER
DEF
LED lights on.
2-2. Press the HOUSING Switch.
The LED on the WIPER Switch lights and the
power of the wiper is turned off.
2-3. To stop the Wiper control, press the HOUSING
Switch again.
The LED on the WIPER Switch lights off.
Note: When switching the camera, turn off the
power of the wiper.
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INSTALLATION
Rack Mounting
2. Mount the Rear Panel onto the bottom by using the two
mounting screws removed just before.
Precaution: Keep the Power On/Off Switch turned off while
making the following installations.
The following procedures should be made by qualified
service personnel or system installers.
3. Mount the Bottom Cover onto the rear by using the two
mounting screws removed just before.
1. Remove the Connector Panel and Rear Panel from this
unit by removing the four mounting screws
Remove
Connector Panel
Bottom Cover
Connector Panel
Bottom Cover
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N0296-3017
YWV8QA4184DN
N 13
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Impreso en Japón
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