Panasonic WVCU350 Operating Instructions

Panasonic WVCU350 Operating Instructions
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WV-CU350
FRANÇAIS
System Controller
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions completely
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and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION:
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You should note the serial number of this unit in the
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record of your purchase to aid identification in the event
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PREFACE .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 2
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.................................................................................................... 3
■ Front View .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
■ Rear View ........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATIONS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 9
■ Modifying the Front Panel .................................................................................................................................................. 9
■ DIP Switch Setting .............................................................................................................................................................. 9
SYSTEM CONNECTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
■ Connection with the Matrix Switcher or the Video Multiplexer ......................................................................................... 10
■ Connection with the AC Adapter ..................................................................................................................................... 10
OPERATING PROCEDURES (Complementary) ...................................................................................................................... 11
WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher System ...................................................................................................................................... 11
WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer System .................................................................................................................................... 12
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................................... 14
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ................................................................................................................................................... 14
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ENGLISH
CONTENTS
PREFACE
The WV-CU350 System Controller is designed to control the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher or the WJ-FS616
Video Multiplexer.
Setting the DIP switches on the rear of the controller,
enables control of the Cameras, Lenses, Pan-Tilt Heads
when combined with the WJ-SX350 Matrix system or
WJ-FS616 Multiplexer system.
The WV-CU350 System Controller, when combined with
the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher, can automatically select
the Baud Rate by discriminating the connected Matrix
switcher.
PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• 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 attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact
qualified service personnel for maintenance.
• 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 230 V
(or 230 - 240 V) AC 50 Hz by use of the AC Adapter
supplied.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the
appliance.
• Do not expose the appliance to water or
moisture, nor try to operate it in wet areas.
Do take immediate action if the appliance becomes
wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Moisture may damage the
appliance and also cause electric shock.
Any change in the specifications of the matrix switcher or multiplexer may cause certain changes to the
functions of the controller. Also refer to the manual for the matrix switcher or multiplexer along with this
manual.
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View
● For Matrix Switcher
OPERATE
LOGIN
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
System Controller WV-CU
For Matrix Switcher
CAMERA SITE CONTRIL
ALT
PAUSE
FUNCTION
IRIS
CLOSE
OPEN
UP
IRIS RESET
ACK/RESET
BACK
FWD
AUX
SEQ
FOCUS
NEAR
ALL RESET
-1 CAM
DEC
L
PAN
RECALL
BACK
FAR
AUTO FOCUS
+1 CAM
INC
ZOOM
TELE
FWD
R
WIDE
HISTORY
DOWN
STATUS
CAM
MENU
SET UP
MON
CAM
PRESET
POSI
ESC
SET
CAM
POSI
1. Operate indicator (OPERATE)
This indicator (Green) is lit while the controller’s
power is turned on.
4. Sequence Pause button (PAUSE)
This button is used to pause a sequence that is
being run on the selected monitor.
2. Log-in indicator (LOGIN)
This indicator (Green) lights up when log-in is
accomplished.
5. Backward / Forward Sequence button
(SEQ BACK / FWD)
BACK: This button, in combination with the Numeric
buttons, is used to run a Tour or Group
sequence in reverse on the selected monitor.
It is also used to continue a sequence in
reverse, that was previously paused on that
monitor by pressing the PAUSE button.
FWD: This button, in combination with the Numeric
buttons, is used to run a Tour or Group
sequence in forward on the selected monitor.
It is also used to continue a sequence forward,
that was previously paused on that monitor by
pressing the PAUSE button.
3. Alarm indicator (ALARM)
This indicator (Red) blinks to indicate that an alarm
condition exists.
It changes to steady light when the alarm is reset
automatically.
To turn off the indicator, press the ACK / RESET or
ALL RESET button.
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13. Focus buttons (FOCUS NEAR / FAR)
These buttons are used to adjust the lens focus of
cameras equipped with the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens focus is set automatically when the specified camera, such as the WV-CSR600 series, is
used.
.
14. Zoom buttons (ZOOM TELE / WIDE)
These buttons are used for zooming cameras
equipped with the specified lens.
6. Decrement / Increment button (–1CAM DEC,
+1CAM INC)
–1CAM DEC: This button is used to move a
sequence one step backward from the step that
was previously paused on the selected monitor
by pressing the PAUSE button.
Also, when the selected monitor is in the spot
mode, pressing this button will replace the currently selected camera with the next lower camera number.
+1CAM INC: This button is used to move a
sequence one step forward from the step that
was previously paused on a monitor by pressing
the PAUSE button.
Also, when a selected monitor is in the spot
mode, pressing this button will replace the currently selected camera with the next higher
camera number.
15. Auxiliary button (AUX)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons
1 to 4, is used to control the Auxiliary switches in the
Receiver, Wiper and Defroster.
Press the Numeric button, then press this button to
turn the Auxiliary switches, Wiper or Defroster On
and Off.
7. Function button (FUNCTION)
Pressing this button in combination with another
operation button activates a specific function.
1:
2:
3:
4:
8. LED Display (MONITOR CAMERA)
This displays the number of Monitors and Cameras
currently controlled.
16. Panning button (PAN)
This button, in combination with the Numeric button
1 or 2, is used to control the panning mode of the
Pan / Tilt Head.
Press the Numeric button, then press this button to
turn the Panning mode On and Off.
9. Busy indicator (BUSY)
This indicator (Red) blinks (or lights up) when you
attempt to control a certain monitor (or a camera)
that is already used by a higher priority operator, or
when the higher priority operator chooses the camera or monitor you are currently operating.
Blinking:
Steady light:
1:
2:
Monitor
Camera
Auto Panning Mode
Random Panning Mode
17. Preset Position button (PRESET POSI)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons, is used to move the camera to the desired preset position.
In combination with the Numeric buttons and ALT
button, this button is also used to move the camera
to the desired camera position.
10. Prohibited indicator (PROHIBITED)
This indicator (Red) lights up for two seconds when
the incorrect operator number or password is
selected to Log in.
This indicator also blinks when an attempt is made
to gain access to a function that is prohibited by the
operator’s level.
18. Camera / Set button (CAM (SET))
CAM: This button is used for camera selection.
Press the desired Numeric buttons, then press
this button to select the camera.
SET: This button is used to execute the currently
highlighted setting and enter a sub menu in the
SETUP MENU of the Matrix Switcher.
11. Joystick Controller (UP / DOWN / L / R)
This controller is used to operate the Pan / Tilt Head
manually, or to move the cursor to the desired position on the SETUP MENU of the Matrix Switcher.
UP:
DOWN:
L:
R:
Auxiliary Switch 1
Auxiliary Switch 2
Wiper
Defroster
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
19. Numeric buttons (0 - 9)
These buttons are used for numerical input into the
system such as the camera and monitor selection,
sequence and preset position, etc.
Buttons 2, 4, 6 and 8 are also used to move the cursor to the desired position on the Camera’s Set Up
Menu.
12. Iris buttons (IRIS CLOSE / OPEN)
These buttons are used to close or open the lens iris
of cameras equipped with the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the factory setting.
20. Monitor / Escape button (MON (ESC))
MON: This button is used for monitor selection.
Press the desired Numeric buttons, then press
this button to select the monitor.
ESC: This button is used to escape and execute the
currently highlighted setting on the SETUP
MENU of the Matrix Switcher.
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28. Alternate button (ALT)
This button alternates the original function on twofunction control buttons with another function, or
enables the CAM MENU button and SET UP button
to display the assigned menu or setup table on the
selected monitor.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
function mode is selected.
21. Backward / Forward History button (HISTORY
BACK / FWD)
BACK: This button is used to display the previous
camera picture on the selected monitor. Each
operation of this button backs up the camera
picture by one.
This button also selects the previous page or
step of the setup tables on the SETUP MENU.
FWD: This button is used to move the camera picture forward on the selected monitor after the
HISTORY BACK button has been used.
This button also selects the next page or step of
the setup tables on the SETUP MENU.
22. Set Up button (SET UP)
This button, in combination with the ALT button, toggles the display of the SETUP MENU of the Matrix
Switcher On and Off.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
setup mode is selected.
23. Camera Menu button (CAM MENU)
This button, in combination with the ALT button, toggles the display of the selected Camera’s Set Up
Menu On and Off.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
camera’s setup mode is selected.
24. Status button (STATUS)
This button toggles the display of the Camera Site
Status Table On and Off on the selected monitor.
Note: In combination with the ALT button, this button toggles the display of the System Status
Table On and Off on the selected monitor.
25. Alarm Recall button (RECALL)
This button is used to recall the Alarm Logs
(Activated alarm records).
Select the desired monitor to display the alarm
records, then press this button to toggle the display
of alarm records On and Off on the selected monitor.
26. All Alarms Reset button (ALL RESET)
This button is used to cancel plural alarms in a
lump.
Select the alarmed monitor first (Monitor 1 for Alarm
Mode 1, one of four monitors for Alarm Mode 2),
then press this button for alarm reset.
Note: This button, in combination with the ALT button, is used to cancel all alarms without selecting the monitor.
27. Alarm Acknowledgment and Reset button (ACK /
RESET)
This button is used to cancel the activated alarm.
You must select the alarmed monitor(s) first to cancel the alarm.
Press this button once to acknowledge the activated
alarm (the indicator blinks rapidly), then press this
button once again for alarm reset.
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● For Multiplexer
OPERATE
LOCK
ALARM
UNIT
CAMERA
System Controller WV-CU
For Multiplexer
MULTI
SCREEN
ALT
CAMERA SITE CONTRIL
SPOT
IRIS
CLOSE
ALM RESET
SEQUENCE
OPEN
IRIS RESET
VTR
CAM
NEAR
ALL RESET
ALM SUSPEND
FAR
AUX 2
EL-ZOOM
MULTI SELECT
L
HOME/-
FUNCTION
UP
FOCUS
AUTO/+
TELE
PRE-POSI
R
ZOOM
WIDE
STILL
AUX 1
DOWN
CAMERA SET
ON
OFF
SET UP
UNIT
CAM
ON/OFF
ESC
SET
AUTO
FOCUS
T/L MODE
35. Iris buttons (IRIS CLOSE / OPEN)
These buttons are used to close or open the lens iris
of cameras equipped with the specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time,
the lens iris is reset to the factory setting.
31. Operate indicator (OPERATE)
This indicator (Green) is lit while the controller’s
power is turned on.
32. Lock Indicator (LOCK)
This indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
Multiplexer is locked to commands from the
Personal Computer. While this indicator is lit, control
from the controller is disabled.
To control from the controller, release the lock from
your PC.
36. Joystick Controller (UP / DOWN / L / R)
This controller is used to operate the Pan / Tilt Head
manually, or to move the cursor to the desired position on the SETUP MENU of the Video Multiplexer.
UP:
DOWN:
L:
R:
33. Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This 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 ALM RESET button.
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
37. Focus buttons (FOCUS NEAR / FAR)
These buttons are used to adjust the lens focus of
cameras equipped with the specified lens.
.
38. Zoom buttons (ZOOM TELE / WIDE)
These buttons are used for zooming cameras
equipped with the specified lens.
34. LED Display (UNIT CAMERA)
This displays the number of the Video Multiplexer
Units and the Cameras currently controlled.
Note: The CAMERA display indicates “ – ” while the
Multiscreen mode or the sequence mode is
selected.
39. 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.
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Press this button, in combination with the ALT button, to reset all alarms.
40. 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.
49. 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 indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that this
mode is selected.
41. Auto Focus button (AUTO FOCUS)
This button is used to activate the auto focus function when the specified camera with auto focus feature is selected.
50. VTR (VCR) / Camera Selection button
(VTR / CAM)
This button is used to select the camera picture or
VTR (VCR) playback picture to be displayed on the
multiscreen monitor screen.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
VTR (VCR) mode is selected.
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen monitor is selected by pressing the
Multiscreen Monitor button.
42. Camera / Set button (CAM (SET))
CAM: This button is used for camera selection.
Press the desired Numeric buttons, then press
this button to select the camera.
SET: This button is used to execute the currently
highlighted setting and enter a sub menu in the
SETUP MENU of the Video Multiplexer.
43. Numeric buttons (0 - 9)
These buttons are used for numeric input into the
system, such as the number of a camera you want
to select.
51. Alarm Suspend button (ALM SUSPEND)
Pressing this button for more than two (2) seconds
suspends activation of the alarm without amending
the current alarm mode setup.
The indicator (Orange) lights up to indicate that the
alarm suspension mode is selected.
44. Unit / Escape button (UNIT (ESC))
UNIT: This button is used to select the Video
Multiplexer Unit. Press the desired Numeric button, then press this button to select a specific
Video Multiplexer.
ESC: This button is also used to escape and execute the currently highlighted setting in the
setup menu of this appliance.
52. Electronic Zoom button (EL - ZOOM)
This button is used to zoom the picture presently
displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
53. Multiscreen Selection button (MULTI SELECT)
This button is used to select the multiscreen pattern
to be displayed on the multiscreen monitor while
monitoring the camera picture or VTR (VCR) playback picture.
Pressing this button repeatedly will switch the
screen as follows:
Camera Picture:
4→7→9→10→13→16→4 screen segments
VTR (VCR) Playback Picture:
4→9→16→4 screen segments
45. Alternate button (ALT)
This button, used in combination with certain other
buttons, activates special functions.
For example, in combination with the ALM SUSPEND, EL-ZOOM or MULTI SELECT button, it is
used to control the VTR (VCR).
46. Multiscreen Monitor button (MULTI SCREEN)
This button is used to operate the multiscreen monitor connected to the MULTISCREEN OUT connector
of the Video Multiplexer.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
multiscreen monitor is selected.
Note: When the REC OUT of the Video Multiplexer is
used as Multiscreen 2 Monitor, this button alternately selects the Multiscreen or Multiscreen 2
Monitor.
The indicator blinks to indicate that the Multiscreen 2 monitor is selected.
54. Function button (FUNCTION)
This button is used to display the VTR (VCR) playback picture with the camera pictures on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
combined mode is selected, and turns off when the
playback picture is selected.
During the setup, this button is used to select the
next page.
47. Spot Monitor button (SPOT)
This button is used to operate the spot monitor connected to the SPOT OUT connector of the Video
Multiplexer.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
spot monitor is selected.
55. Preset Position button (PRE - POSI)
This button, in combination with the Numeric buttons
and CAM (SET) button, is used to move the camera
to the desired preset position.
56. Still button (STILL)
This button is used to freeze the picture displayed
on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
still mode is selected.
48. Alarm Reset button (ALM RESET)
This button is used to cancel an active alarm.
Press this button, while the alarm function is activated, to reset an alarm of the currently selected unit
and return the system to the condition before the
alarm function was activated.
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58. Set Up button (SET UP ON /OFF)
This button is used to toggle the display of the
SETUP MENU of the Video Multiplexer On and Off
on the monitor.
57. Camera Set buttons (CAMERA SET ON / OFF)
These buttons are used to display or exit the camera setup menu displayed on the monitor screen.
ON: This button is used to display the selected
camera setup menu on the monitor, if applicable.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that
the camera setup menu is displayed on the
monitor.
OFF: This button is used to exit the currently selected camera setup menu on the monitor.
■ Rear View
MODE
DATA OUT
DC 9V IN
62. Data Output Port (DATA OUT)
This port is used to exchange control data with the
WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher or the WJ-FS616 Video
Multiplexer.
61. Mode Selection Switches (MODE)
These switches are used to select the mode of the
System Controller connected to the Matrix Switcher
or Video Multiplexer.
Refer to the DIP Switch Setting on page 9 for further
details.
63. DC 9V Input Jack (DC 9V IN)
This jack is used to connect the AC Adapter supplied with the System Controller.
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INSTALLATIONS
The installations described below should be made
by qualified service personnel or system installers.
• Switches (5 6)
These switches are used to set the communication
speed (Baud Rate) between the connected hardware.
Set the Baud Rate as shown below.
■ Modifying the Front Panel
The System Controller comes with two templates for use
with the Matrix Switcher or Multiplexer. The one for the
Matrix Switcher is placed loosely (not taped) onto the
front panel of the controller at the factory.
Choose the required template, peel off the tape, and fix
the template in the guide slots on the front panel of the
controller.
OPER
ATE
Baud Rate
2 400 bps
4 800 bps
9 600 bps
19 200 bps
LOCK
M
SET
OM
FUNC
TION
SEQUEN
CE
ALL RE
SET
ALM SUS
PEND
EL-ZO
UNIT
MU
SCRE LTI
EN
RA
CAME
CLOSE
MULTI SEL
ECT
AUTO
/+
PRE-P
OSI
AUX
STILL
CAME
OFF
NEAR
2
RA SIT
IRIS
IRIS RE
FOCU SET
S
System
E CO
NTRIL
Contro
ller WVCU
For Mu
ltiplexer
OPEN
UP
FAR
RA SE
T
ON
T/L MO
DE
CAME
SPOT
VT
CAM R
HOME
/-
SET UP
UNIT
ON/OF
AUX
F
CAM
ESC
SET
L
ZOOM
TELE
1
WIDE
AUTO
FOCU
S
R
DOWN
1
4
7
8
5
2
Switch 6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
• Switch (7)
This switch is used to choose the mode of the communication speed (Baud Rate) setting when combined with the WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher.
ON: Communicates in the fixed Baud Rate set by
the DIP switches 5 and 6.
OFF: Automatically communicates with the selected
Baud Rate by discriminating the Matrix
Switcher’s Baud Rate.
The settings of DIP switches 5 and 6 are ignored
when this position is selected.
ALAR
ALT
ALM RE
Switch 5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
• Switch (8)
This switch is used to specify the transmission mode
of the controller when combined with the WJ-SX350
Matrix Switcher.
ON: Transmits the data three times in succession to
assure communication.
OFF: Transmits the data one time only.
3
6
9
0
Note
WJ-FS616 Setting
■ DIP Switch Setting
1. Set the DATA MODE parameter in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu to CU550A.
Set the switches located on the rear of the controller to
the required positions.
Shown below is the initial DIP Switch Setting.
Caution: Turn the controller’s power off when changing
the DIP switch setting.
2. Set the DATA parameters in the COM PORT
SETUP menu as shown below.
COM PORT SETUP
DELAY
BAUD RATE
WAIT TIME
DATA BIT
PARITY
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
FULL/HALF
OFF
ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RS-232C DATA
OFF
OFF
9600
9600
OFF
100
7
8
ODD
1
1
OFF
-
RS-485
OFF
19200
OFF
8
NONE
1
OFF
FULL
• Switches (1 2 3)
These switches are provided as reserve.
Set these switches normally to OFF positions.
3. If the Baud Rate was changed by setting DIP
switches 5 and 6, set the same Baud Rate in the
above menu.
• Switch (4)
This switch is used to choose the hardware connected to the controller.
Set this switch to either one of the position below.
ON: Choose this position when connected to the
WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer.
OFF: Choose this position when connected to the
WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
■ Connection with the AC Adapter
■ Connection with the Matrix Switcher
or the Video Multiplexer
Connect the DC plug of the supplied AC Adapter to the
DC 9V Input Jack (DC 9V IN) of the Controller.
Then plug the AC Adapter into a standard electrical outlet.
If the supplied 6-conductor cable assembly is used,
simply plug one end of the cable into the Data Input
Port (DATA IN) on the rear of the Matrix Switcher or the
Video Multiplexer, and the other end into Data Output
Port (DATA OUT) on the System Controller.
If you use cables assembled from locally procured
materials, it is important that only high quality, data
grade cable, suitable for RS-485 “2-wire twisted pair
shielded cable” is used.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of the
system.
DC 9V IN
DATA IN
Matrix Switcher
WJ-SX350
4
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
3
2
PROHIBITED
POWER
1
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
FOCUS
FAR
NEAR
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
R
L
ZOOM
WIDE
9
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
1
TELE
7
DOWN
8
0
WIDE
9
DOWN
0
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
POWER
PROHIBITED
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
UP
FOCUS
FOCUS
1
2
3
FAR
NEAR
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
TELE
8
R
ZOOM
ZOOM
WIDE
WIDE
TELE
7
FAR
NEAR
L
R
L
1
7
9
8
9
DOWN
DOWN
0
0
DATA
OUT
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616
IN
TERM.
OFF ON
POWER
LOCK
ALARM
MONITOR
CAMERA
BUSY
PROHIBITED
CAMERA SITE CONTROL
IRIS
OPEN
CLOSE
UP
FOCUS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FAR
NEAR
R
L
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
DOWN
0
Note: Set the TERM switch to ON position.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES (Complementary)
■ Pan / Tilt Control (Auto / Random Panning)
Described below are complementary operations for
using this controller in the system.
Refer to the Operating Instructions for further details.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Select 1 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the PAN button to toggle the Auto Panning function
on the selected camera On and Off.
WJ-SX350 Matrix Switcher System
3. Select 2 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the PAN button to toggle the Random Panning function on the selected camera On and Off.
■ Lens Control (Auto Focus Operation)
The following function requires the use of a camera with
auto focus capability, such as the Panasonic WVCSR600 series.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Press the FOCUS NEAR and FAR buttons simultaneously to automatically adjust the lens focus on the
selected camera.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PAN
FOCUS
NEAR
FAR
MON
CAM
0
AUTO FOCUS
ESC
■ Pan / Tilt Control (Camera Position
Operation)
Note: The Joystick Control can be used to cancel
the Auto or Random panning function.
The following function requires the use of a camera with
preset panning capability, such as the Panasonic WVCSR600 series.
■ Camera Housing Control
● Wiper control
1. Select the desired monitor.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Select a registered Camera Position Number by
pressing Numeric buttons.
2. Select 3 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the AUX button to toggle the power of the Wiper on
the selected camera On and Off.
3. Press the ALT button (indicator light on), then press
the PRESET POSI button to activate the camera to
move to the preset position.
ALT
SET
PRESET
POSI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
AUX
CAM
POSI
MON
CAM
0
ESC
SET
Caution: To prevent premature wearing of the wiper
blades, be sure to turn off the wiper when it is
not needed or before selecting another camera
for viewing.
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● Defroster Control
● System Status Display
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
1. Select a monitor to display the System Status Table.
2. Select 4 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the AUX button to toggle the power of the Defroster
on the selected camera On and Off.
2. Press the ALT button (indicator light on), then press
the STATUS button to toggle the display of System
Status Table on the selected monitor On and Off.
ALT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
STATUS
AUX
WJ-FS616 Video Multiplexer System
CAM
0
ESC
■ Alarm Suspension
SET
1. Press the ALM SUSPEND button for more than two
seconds to suspend the alarm.
The indicator (Orange) lights up to indicate that the
mode is selected.
● Auxiliary Control
The following function is available only when the WVRC100, WV-RC150 or WV-RC170 Receiver is included
in the system.
2. Press the ALM RESET button to reset the alarm
suspension.
The indicator of the ALM SUSPEND button goes off.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera.
2. Select 1 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the AUX button to toggle the user Auxiliary Switch 1
in the Receiver On and Off.
ALM RESET
ALM SUSPEND
ALL RESET
3. Select 2 by pressing the Numeric button, then press
the AUX button to toggle the user Auxiliary Switch 2
in the Receiver On and Off.
■ Camera Set Up
1. Select the desired camera referring to the Camera
Selection procedure.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
2. Press the CAMERA SET ON button to display the
Camera Set Up Menu.
The indicator (Green) lights up to indicate that the
mode is selected.
AUX
CAMERA SET
CAM
0
ESC
SET
ON
OFF
T/L MODE
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■ Displaying the Camera and Playback
Picture
3. Select an item by moving the joystick UP or DOWN.
Then select the mode by moving the joystick L or R.
The following procedures are not applicable to the
Spot and Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
4. Press the CAM (SET) button to execute the setting
or enter a sub menu.
• One segment of the multiscreen for camera pictures
can be assigned to playback picture.
• 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.
5. To enter the SPECIAL menu, press the SEQUENCE
button.
6. Press the SEQUENCE button to reset the selected
function, or press the VTR / CAM button to reset all
functions to the initial state.
7. Press the UNIT (ESC) button to execute the setting
and return to the previous menu.
● Multi Spot
8. Press the CAMERA SET OFF button to exit from the
camera setup mode or menu.
1. Press the MULTI SCREEN button. The indicator
(Green) lights up.
● Simplified preset position setting
2. Press the VTR / CAM button to CAM position (indicator off).
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.
3. Confirm that the 4-, 7-, 10- or 13-segment multiscreen is selected for the camera pictures.
If not, press the MULTI SELECT button repeatedly
until the desired multiscreen appears.
1. Press the ALT button while the position setting
menu is displayed.
4. Press the FUNCTION button. The indicator (Green)
of that button lights up.
2. Move the joystick controller to move the pan/tilt
head in the desired direction.
5. Select the playback channel you want to display by
pressing the corresponding Numeric buttons, then
press the CAM (SET) button.
The indicator of the FUNCTION button goes off, and
the selected playback picture is displayed in the
upper left segment of the multiscreen.
Note: The LED on the FUNCTION button of the
Multiplexer changes to steady light.
3. Press the FOCUS or ZOOM buttons to adjust the
lens to obtain the desired picture.
4. Press the ALT button again, the joystick returns to
move the cursor.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Required:
Data Output Port:
Switching Functions:
(WJ-SX350)
Switching Functions:
(WJ-FS616)
Camera Functions:
Lens Functions:
Housing:
Pan / Tilt:
Auxiliary Switch:
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
9 V DC 400 mA
Use only AC Adapter model CU35AD270G (or CU35AD271B)
6-conductor Modular Jack (RS-485, Full Duplex)
Tour Sequence / Group Sequence / Backward Sequence / Forward
Sequence / Forward Step / Reverse Step
Sequence: Spot / Multiscreen
Display Mode: Multiscreen / Still / Electronic Zoom
Electronic Shutter: On / Off, Shutter Speed Select
Electronic Sensitivity Up Mode Select: Auto/Manual / Off
ALC / ELC: ALC / ELC or Manual
Automatic Gain Control: On/Off
White balance: ATW / AWC
Back Light Compensation: Auto/Preset/Off
Site Alarm (Motion Detector): On / Off
Site Alarm (Motion Detector) Display Mode: On / Off
Iris: Open / Close / Preset (only with DC control lens)
Focus: Near / Far
Zoom: Tele / Wide
Auto Focus: Activate
Wiper: On / Off, Defroster: On / Off
Manual Pan: Right / Left, Manual Tilt: Up / Down
Auto Pan: On / Off, Random Pan: On / Off, Preset, Home
AUX 1 - 2: On / Off
–10°C - +50°C (14°F - 122°F)
Less than 90 %
300 (W) x 74 (H) x 177 (D) mm
11-13/16” (W) x 2-15/16” (H) x 6-15/16” (D)
1.3 kg (2.9 lbs.) without AC Adapter
Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
AC Adapter
6-conductor Modular Cable Assembly
Panel Template for Multiplexer
1 pc.
1 pc.
1 pc.
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Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
N0798-1088
YWV8QA5004BN
N 19
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Impreso en Japón
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