Panasonic Home Theater Server WJ-FS616C User manual

Panasonic Home Theater Server WJ-FS616C User manual
Video Multiplexer
Operating Instructions
Model No.
LOCK
POWER
ALARM
RESET
MULTI MULTI SCREEN
SCREEN SELECT
SPOT
SEQUENCET
CAMERA/PRE SET POSITION
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ON
OFF
VCR
CAM
WJ-FS616C
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PUSH OPEN
Digital Video Mul
tiplexer WJ-FS
616C
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
Caution:
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read the label on the bottom.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
For U.S.A
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SA 1965
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended 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.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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.
Model No.
Serial No.
SA 1966
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
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WJ-FS616C
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a
cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................ 3
PREFACE .......................................................................... 5
FEATURES ........................................................................ 5
PRECAUTIONS ................................................................. 6
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND
THEIR FUNCTIONS .......................................................... 7
■ Front View .................................................................. 7
■ Rear View ................................................................... 10
INSTALLATION ................................................................. 12
■ Installing the WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex Boards ...... 12
■ Tally Output Setting .................................................... 13
■ DIP Switch Setting ...................................................... 14
■ Mounting into the Rack .............................................. 15
CONNECTIONS ................................................................ 16
■ Connection with the Camera Sites ............................. 17
■ Connections for RS-485 type camera ........................ 18
■ Connection with the Monitors ..................................... 19
■ Connection with the PC .............................................. 19
■ Connection with Alarm Sensors ................................. 20
■ Connection with External Remote Control Switches .. 20
■ Connection with the Time Lapse VCR ....................... 21
MONITORS AND DISPLAYS ............................................. 22
■ Spot and Multiscreen Monitor .................................... 22
SETUP PROCEDURES .................................................... 23
SETUP MENU ................................................................... 24
■ Displaying the SETUP MENU ..................................... 24
■ Programming Setup Menu ......................................... 25
ALARM SETUP ................................................................. 26
■ Alarm Recall ............................................................... 26
■ Alarm Schedule .......................................................... 26
■ Camera Site Alarm ..................................................... 27
■ Video Loss Alarm ....................................................... 27
■ Camera Switching Pulse Loss Alarm ......................... 27
■ Alarm Display on the Monitors ................................... 27
■ Alarm Output Duration ............................................... 27
■ Alarm Buzzer Duration ............................................... 27
■ Alarm Mode on the Multiscreen Monitor .................... 28
■ Alarm Mode on the Spot Monitor ............................... 28
■ Dynamic Recording ................................................... 28
■ Alarm Recording Mode .............................................. 28
MULTISCREEN OUTPUT SETUP ...................................... 29
■ Camera Title Display .................................................. 29
■ Clock Display ............................................................ 29
■ Still Display ................................................................. 29
■ Border Display ........................................................... 29
■ Camera Display Position Setting ................................ 30
■ Sequence Mode ......................................................... 30
■ Secret View ................................................................ 30
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP ..................................................... 31
■ Camera Title Display .................................................. 31
■ Clock Display ............................................................. 31
RECORD OR MULTISCREEN 2 OUTPUT SETUP ............ 32
■ Record Output Setup ................................................. 32
■ Multiscreen 2 Output Setup ....................................... 34
SYSTEM SETUP ................................................................ 36
■ Clock Setup ................................................................ 36
■ Clock Display Position ............................................... 36
■ Camera Title Setup .................................................... 37
■ Camera Title Display Position .................................... 37
■ Sequence Setup ........................................................ 37
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■ Sequence Timing (Multiscreen Monitor) .................... 40
■ Sequence Timing (Spot Monitor) ............................... 40
■ Lock Mode ................................................................. 41
■ Cable Compensation/VD2/Data ................................. 41
■ Alarm Terminal Setup ................................................. 41
■ Playback Mode .......................................................... 42
■ Data Mode ................................................................. 42
■ RS-232C Mode ........................................................... 42
■ Communication Port Setup ........................................ 42
■ VCR Input Select ........................................................ 43
■ Daisy Mode ................................................................ 43
■ Unit Address .............................................................. 43
■ Password ................................................................... 44
OTHER SETUP MENUS .................................................... 45
■ Camera Download ..................................................... 45
■ Camera Upload .......................................................... 45
■ All Reset ..................................................................... 46
OPERATING PROCEDURES ........................................... 47
CONTROLLING THE VIDEO INPUT AND MONITORS ..... 48
Controlling the Spot Monitor ............................................. 48
■ Selecting the Spot Monitor ......................................... 48
■ Single Spot (Live) ....................................................... 48
■ Single Sequence (Live) .............................................. 48
Controlling the Multiscreen Monitor .................................. 49
■ Selecting the Multiscreen Monitor .............................. 49
■ Controlling the Camera Images ................................. 49
■ Controlling the Playback Images ............................... 51
■ Displaying the Camera and Playback Images .......... 54
CAMERA CONTROL FUNCTION ..................................... 56
■ Camera Selection ....................................................... 56
■ Controlling Camera Site Accessories .........................56
ALARM CONTROL FUNCTION ........................................ 59
■ Alarm Input ................................................................. 59
■ Alarm Operation ......................................................... 59
■ Alarm Reset ................................................................ 61
■ Example of Using Multiscreen 2 Monitor ................... 61
■ Alarm Suspension ...................................................... 62
OTHER FUNCTION ........................................................... 63
■ Recording on the Time Lapse VCR ........................... 63
■ Camera Switching Pulse Loss Display ...................... 63
OPERATING PROCEDURES (with WV-CU550C) .......... 65
SYSTEM CONTROLLER WV-CU550C .............................. 66
■ Major Operating Controls and Their Functions .......... 66
■ Installations ................................................................ 68
SETUP MENU OPERATIONS (WITH WV-CU550C) .......... 70
FUNCTION OPERATIONS (WITH WV-CU550C) .............. 71
Controlling the Video Input and Monitors ......................... 71
Camera Control Function .................................................. 71
■ Camera Selection ....................................................... 72
■ Controlling Camera Site Accessories ........................ 72
Alarm Control Function ..................................................... 74
■ Alarm Suspension ...................................................... 74
SYSTEM EXPANSION ....................................................... 75
■ Connections ............................................................... 76
■ Operating Procedure ................................................. 76
■ Other Applications ..................................................... 76
APPENDIX ......................................................................... 78
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ............................................. 82
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................. 82
PREFACE
The WJ-FS616C Video Multiplexer is designed to multiplex
the field signals from video cameras and record the camera
images on a time lapse VCR.
Up to 16 cameras can be connected to the unit for monitoring images in multiscreen, sequence, freeze or electronic
zoom mode on a video monitor screen.
The WJ-FS616C Video Multiplexer 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 images 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
9-SEGMENT 10-SEGMENT 13-SEGMENT 16-SEGMENT
SCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
SCREEN
(7, 10 and 13 multiscreens are not available for playback images.)
In addition, one playback image can be displayed with
camera images in 4, 7, 10 and 13 multiscreens.
• 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.
2 sec
5
5 sec
4 sec
3 sec
1 sec
• Electronic zoom and freeze image functions are available. The zoom area can be selected with the direction
buttons.
• Up to 16 camera images multiplexed by the field rate
are available at the REC OUT connector for recording
on the time lapse VCR. Alarm priority recording is supported.
• Camera functions such as pan/tilt, lens zoom, focus
and iris, and camera setup can be controlled via a
coaxial cable or RS-485 interface.
• The WJ-FS616C has a versatile alarm mode to optimize
its multiscreen output, spot output, and record output.
• REC, PLAY, REW, FF, etc. 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 VCR.
• The WJ-FS616C can be controlled from a PC or the WVCU550C and WV-CU360C System Controller via RS232C or RS-485 interface.
PRECAUTIONS
• Refer all work related to the installation of this
product to qualified service personnel or system
installers.
• Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the
cover.
To prevent the appliance from overheating, place it at
least 5 cm (2 inches) away from the wall.
• Do not drop metallic parts through slots.
This could permanently damage the appliance. Turn
the power off immediately and contact qualified service
personnel for service.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Contact
qualified service personnel for maintenance.
• Handle the appliance with care.
Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the appliance.
• Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture,
nor try to operate it in wet areas.
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.
• 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 operate the appliance beyond its specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the appliance at temperatures within –10˚C - +50˚C
(14˚F – 122˚F) and humidity below 90 %.
The input power source for this appliance is 120 V AC
60 Hz.
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• Fully charge up the backup battery.
Keep the appliance turned on for at least 48 hours to
recharge the backup battery. This procedure is necessary when using the appliance for the first time or after
it has been unplugged for a long time from the AC outlet. Insufficient charging of the battery may cause erasure of settings if the AC power supply should fail. The
battery, if fully charged, will back up the settings for 72
hours in an ordinary environment.
• We recommend that you note down your settings
and retain them. Power or battery failure may erase
settings you entered.
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
■ Front View
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!1
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ALARM
LOCK
POWER
RESET
MULTI MULTISCREEN
SCREEN SELECT
SPOT
SEQUENCE
VCR
CAM
ON
OFF
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
PUSH OPEN
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Digital Video Multiplexer WJ-FS
C
!0
@1
#1
UP
FUNCTION
CURSOR / CAMERA CONTOROL
IRIS
CLOSE
PRE-POSI LEFT
HOME/SET
EL-ZOOM
DOWN
AUTO
@4 @5 @6
@7 @8 @9 #0
q Power Switch (POWER ON/OFF)
This switch turns the power of the video multiplexer on
or off. The indicator lights while the power is turned on.
Caution: The indicator blinks to indicate raising temperature in the video multiplexer.
Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
Note: To prevent accidental interruption of power supply to the video multiplexer, cover the power switch
with the supplied switch protector as shown in the
figure.
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OFF
LOCK
ON
/
/
FAR
ZOOM
TELE
@3
SWITCH
PROTEC
TOR
FOCUS
NEAR
STILL
SET UP/ESC
OPEN
VCR CONTROL
RIGHT
@2
#2
WIDE
T/L MODE
#3
w Lock Indicator (LOCK)
This indicator (Yellow) lights to indicate that the LOCK
switch is in ON position.
While this indicator is on, control from the video multiplexer is disabled.
e Alarm Reset Button (RESET)
This button is used to cancel an activated 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 indicator (Orange) in the button lights to indicate
that the alarm suspension mode is selected.
r Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This indicator (Red) 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.
t Spot Monitor Button (SPOT)
This button is used to operate the spot monitor connected to the SPOT OUT connector on the rear of the video
multiplexer.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
the spot monitor is selected, and enables control of the
monitor.
y Multiscreen Monitor Button (MULTISCREEN)
This button is used to operate the multiscreen monitor
connected to the MULTISCREEN OUT connector on the
rear of the video multiplexer.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
the multiscreen monitor is selected, and enables control
of the monitor.
Note: When the monitor is connected to the REC OUT
connector for using as Multiscreen 2 Output, this
button alternately selects multiscreen output or multiscreen 2 output.
The indicator blinks to indicate that the multiscreen
2 output is selected.
u 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 images or VCR playback images.
Pressing this button will toggle the screen pattern as
follows:
Camera Images:
4→7→9→10→13→16→4 screen segments
VCR Playback Images:
4→9→16→4 screen segments
i Sequence Button (SEQUENCE)
This button is used to activate the sequence mode. In
this mode, a series of camera images is displayed in
succession on the monitor screen for the specified
duration.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
this mode is selected.
o Camera Number Buttons (CAMERA)
Preset Position Number Buttons
(PRESET POSITION)
CAMERA:
These buttons select the camera images corresponding to the button.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate
the camera number currently selected.
PRESET POSITION:
These buttons are used in combination with the PRE
POSI button to assign a preset position number to
the selected camera.
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!0 VCR/Camera Selection Button (VCR/CAM)
This button is used to select the camera image or VCR
playback image to be displayed on the multiscreen
monitor screen.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
the VCR mode is selected.
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen output is selected by pressing the MULTISCREEN button.
!1 Control Panel
Press “PUSH OPEN” panel to open the control panel.
@1 Function Button (FUNCTION)
This button is used to display the camera images with a
VCR playback image on the multiscreen monitor.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the next page of the setup
menu.
@2 Preset Position Button (PRE-POSI)
This button is used to assign a preset position to a
specified camera.
@3 Still Button (STILL)
Decrement Button (–)
This button is used to freeze the image currently displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
the freeze mode is selected.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the parameter reversely in the
setup menu.
@4 Electronic Zoom Button (EL-ZOOM)
Increment Button (+)
This button is used to zoom the image currently displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
The indicator (Green) in the button lights to indicate that
the zoom mode is selected.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the parameter forwardly in the
setup menu.
@5 Home/Set Button (HOME/SET)
This button is used to return to the home position of the
camera.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will execute the currently highlighted
selection and to enter a submenu in the setup menu if
the item has its own setting menu.
@6 Direction Buttons (UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT)
These buttons are used to manually operate the Pan/Tilt
Head, move the cursor position in the setup menu of
the video multiplexer, or to select an area for Electric
Zooming.
UP:
DOWN:
LEFT:
RIGHT:
Upward
Downward
Left
Right
@7 Auto Button (AUTO)
This button is used to activate the auto panning function
if the camera is equipped with the specific future.
@8 Iris Buttons (IRIS, CLOSE/OPEN)
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 default settings.
@9 Focus Buttons (FOCUS, NEAR/FAR)
Adjusts the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
When these buttons are pressed at the same time, the
lens focus is automatically set if the camera is
equipped with the specific future.
#0 Zoom Buttons (ZOOM, TELE/WIDE)
Adjusts the lens zoom of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
#1 Setup/Escape Button (SET UP/ESC)
This button is used in the video multiplexer’s setup
operation. Pressing this button for two seconds or more
will open or close the video multiplexer’s setup menu on
the monitor screen.
While the setup menu is displayed on the monitor
screen, press this button to execute the currently
selected setting and return to the previous setup menu.
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#2Lock 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.
#3 VCR Control Buttons
These buttons are used for remote control of the VCR
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
■ Rear View
$3
RS485
$4
$5
TERM.
LINE
SELECT
OFF
A B
T
$2
16
15
G
N
D
A B
R
14
ON
2
4
$6
$7
CAMERA
SW IN
GENLOCK
IN (VS)
$8
$9
VIDEO
IN
%1
PLAY IN
REC OUT
SPOT
OUT
%0
S–VIDEO
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
2
1
MULTISCREEN OUT
VIDEO
G
N
D
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
REMOTE
DATA
OUT
IN
TERM.
OFF
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
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$1 Camera Output Connectors (CAMERA OUT)
The video signal connected to the CAMERA IN connector is looped through to this connector with an automatic 75 Ω 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.
$22 Camera Input Connectors (CAMERA IN)
These connectors accept either a color or B/W composite video signal from the cameras. In addition, the VD2
signal for synchronizing the vertical timing of the cameras, and data to control camera site devices are multiplexed through these connectors.
$3 RS485 Terminal (RS485)
This terminal is used to exchange control data with the
camera site.
$4 Line Termination Switch (TERM., OFF/ON)
This switch is used to enable termination of the RS485
terminal.
%3
%4
ON
SIGNAL
GND
%8
%7 %6 %5
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.
$9 Record Output Connectors
(REC OUT, VIDEO/S-VIDEO)
The recording signal for the time lapse VCR is provided
via these connectors.
These connectors can also be used as multiscreen 2
output with the specified conditions.
%0 Playback Input Connectors
(PLAY IN, VIDEO/S-VIDEO)
The playback signal from the time lapse VCR is supplied to these connectors.
%1 Multiscreen Output Connectors
( MULTISCREEN OUT, VIDEO/S-VIDEO)
The video output signal for the multiscreen monitor is
provided via these connectors
$5 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.
%2 RS-232C Port (VCR CONTROL, RS-232C)
The VCR control signal for the time lapse VCR is provided via this connector.
Connecting a PC to this connector will allow you to
remote control the video multiplexer.
$6 Camera Switching Input Connector
(CAMERA SW IN)
The camera switching pulse from the time lapse VCR 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 VCR.
%3 Remote Output Connector
(VCR CONTROL, REMOTE OUT)
The VCR control signal for the time lapse VCR is provided via this connector.
You can select in the setup menu whether to have the
VCR control signal supplied from this connector or the
RS-232C Port.
$7 Gen-Lock Input Connector (GENLOCK IN (VS))
The Gen-Lock signal can be supplied to this connector
for synchronizing the system.
%4 Alarm/Remote Port (ALARM/REMOTE)
This connector accepts the alarm signals from the
associated alarm contacts and the control signals from
the external system.
$8 Spot Input/Output Connectors (SPOT, OUT/IN)
IN: This connector accepts the video output signal from
the external system.
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RS–232C
ALARM/REMOTE
13
CAMERA
IN
CAMERA
OUT
VCR CONTROL
S–VIDEO
OUT
$1
%2
%5 Power Cord
%6 Signal Ground Terminal (SIGNAL GND)
%7 Data Termination Switch
(TERM., OFF/ON)
This switch is used to enable termination of the video
multiplexer’s data port.
%8 Data Port (DATA, OUT/IN)
These ports are used to exchange control data with the
specified system controller or a PC in a system.
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INSTALLATION
The installations described below should be made by
the qualified service personnel or system installers.
4. Remove the one screw shown below. Then turn over the
printed circuit board with the front side up.
■ 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 WJFS616C 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.
1. Remove the six screws on the top cover of the video
multiplexer as shown in the figure.
Front
Rear
2. Remove the top cover.
3. Remove the four screws on the board as shown in the
figure.
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5. Pull the two knobs out from the bracket shown in the figure. Then remove the bracket.
6. Set the jumper connector, that is located at the top left
of the board, to the position shown below where the
board is installed.
Jumper Connector
■ Tally Output Setting
Allows you to use the Alarm Input terminal on the
ALARM/REMOTE port as Tally Output terminal by
changing two internal connections.
It is enabled use that mingles alarm input and tally output.
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 12.
Board Connector
Initial State
Installed State
2
8
2
8
1
7
1
7
CN33
ALM
7. Insert the board in the board connector. Confirm that
the position is correct and it is placed firmly.
10
9
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 41 for details.
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Alarm Input
Tally Output
CH9 - CH16
CN33
CN37
CH1 - CH8
CN32
CN36
■ DIP Switch Setting
● Alarm Output Setting
The following settings let you set the polarities of alarm output, alarm reset output, and alarm & SW output on the
ALARM/REMOTE port.
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 12.
0/5V
O.C
SW3 : Alarm Output
SW5
2. Set switches (SW3/SW4/SW5) on the board to the
required position either Open Collector (O.C) or Pulse
(0/5V) for alarm control signals.
SW4 : Alarm Reset Output
SW5 : Alarm & SW Output
SW3
SW4
O.C 0/5V
0/5V
Open Collector (O.C): 16V DC 100 mA max.
Pulse (0/5V): +5V DC approx. 500 ms
O.C
The positions in the figure are the factory default setting.
• Timing Table of the signals (0/5 V settings)
100 ms or more
Alarm input 1
Hi-Z
0V
100 ms or more
Hi-Z
Alarm input 2
0V
Hi-Z
Hi-Z
0V
Hi-Z
Retrigger
Alarm output time
Alarm output time
5V
Alarm output
(Pin #9)
C
0V
Approx.
450 ms
5V
Alarm reset
output (Pin #27) 0V
5V
Alarm & SW
Output (Pin #25) 0V
Approx 100 ms
C If another alarm is received before the existing alarm is
reset, the alarm output lasts as long as the duration set
for the succeeding alarm.
• The O.C position of SW3, SW4, and SW5 corresponds
to their 0/5 V position as shown in the table.
Terminal condition
OFF
ON
O.C position
Hi-Z
0V
0/5 V position
0V
5V
SW
● Dummy Black Image Setting
According to the factory default setting, the Dummy
Black Image signal is supplied to the REC OUT connector as needed to overwrite any image displayed by
error. If this function is not required, set the switch SW
1 to the position shown below.
1. Disassemble the video multiplexer as described for
installing the Data Multiplex Boards on page 12.
2. Set switch (SW1) on the board to the position shown in
the figure.
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SW1
OFF
SW1 : Record Output
■ Mounting into the Rack
The video multiplexer can be mounted into the rack as
described below.
1. Remove the four rubber feet by removing the four
screws on the bottom of the video multiplexer.
2. Place the rack mounting brackets on both sides of the
video multiplexer and tighten with the four supplied
screws (M4 X10).
3. Install the video multiplexer with the rack mounting
brackets in the rack securing it with four screws (procured locally).
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Cautions:
• The cooling fan inside the video multiplexer is subject to wear and needs to be replaced periodically.
• 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 45˚C
(113˚F).
• If the rack is subject to vibration, secure the rear of
the appliance to the rack by using additional mounting brackets (procured locally).
CONNECTIONS
Shown below is an example of a basic system connection.
AUX
Alarm
Video
Alarm Sensor
Data RS-485
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
16
LOCK
MULTI MULTISCREEN
SCREEN SELECT
ALARM
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
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
Digital Video Multiplexer WJ-FS
C
RS-232C/Wired
Time Lapse VCR
ALARM
BUSY
F1
ACK
RESET
BACK FORWARD
SEQ SEQ ALT
F2
F3
1
2
3
4
5
6
F4
PRESET
Spot Monitor
Live 1-16ch
UP
IRIS
CLOSE OPEN
LEFT
RIGHT
AF
1
AUX
2
DEC INC
-1CAM +1CAM STOP
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
ESC
SET
ZOOM
TELE
FOCUS
NEAR
WIDE
FAR
DOWN
System Controller WV-CU
616
System Controller
WV-CU550C
Personal Computer
(Software)
Basic System Connection
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Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
■ Connection with the Camera Sites
For cameras equipped with RS-485 communication
facility, connect the RS-485 cable as follows.
Note: If you use cables assembled from locally procured materials, it is important that only high quality,
data grade cable, suitable for RS-485 communication (shielded 2-wire twisted pair cable) is used,
BELDEN 9406 or equivalent.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of
the system.
Connect cameras (or camera site equipment) data multiplexed type to the CAMERA IN connectors 1 through 4
on the rear of the video multiplexer.
Note: Make sure that the cable length between the
camera site and the WJ-FS616C video multiplexer
is less than 900 m (3 000 ft) when using RG-59/U,
BELDEN 9259 or equivalent cables.
Connect none multiplexed type cameras to the CAMERA IN connectors 5 through 16.
Note: If you need to change input channels from the
none multiplexed type to multiplexed, install the
WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex Boards for the corresponding channels inside the video multiplexer. For
installations, see page 12.
Check the settings of the camera addresses when
using cameras capable of RS-485 communication.
Operations from the multiplexer will not work if the camera addresses are set improperly.
• Do not use addresses other than 1 through 16 for
individual cameras (“17” is not allowed.)
• Do not set the same address for more than one
camera in an RS-485 chain.
AUX
Alarm
RS485
16
15
14
13
5
4
3
2
1
15
14
13
5
4
3
2
1
CAMERA
IN
A B
T
G
N
D
A B
R
G
N
D
CAMERA
OUT
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Video Multiplexer WJ-FS616C
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■ Connections for RS-485 type camera
There are two options to connect the camera with the
multiplexer, depending on the distance between them.
For data multiplexed type cameras, a maximum distance of 900 meters (3 000 ft) is the limit for using coaxial cable such as RG-59/U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent.
If more distance is required, use cameras and multiplexer with RS-485 communication feature. This will
lower signal loss and extend the distance as video signal and data are transmitted separately.
Note that you need to set up the communication port as
described on page 42 when using the RS-485 feature.
Note: Recommended for RS-485 communication is
shielded, two-wire, twisted pair, low impedance
cable, AWG#22 or thicker.
(1) Connect with a RS-485 camera in “Home Run” wiring as
shown below, then set the LINE SELECT switch to “2” or
“4”.
WV-RM70 and others
OFF
ON
(2) Connect cameras in a Daisy Chain
1. Draw up a plan for connection between the cameras
and the input channels of the video multiplexer, and the
assignment of unit addresses to cameras.
Cautions:
Check the settings of the camera addresses when
using cameras capable of RS-485 communication.
Operations from the multiplexer will not work if the camera addresses are set improperly.
• Do not use addresses other than 1 through 16 for
individual cameras (“17” is not allowed).
• Do not set a single address for more than one camera in an RS-485 chain.
2. Set the LINE SELECT switch of the multiplexer to “2”.
Also set the switch of the connected equipment if
required.
3. Connect one end of the cable as shown to the RS-485
terminal of the multiplexer, and the other end to the first
camera in the chain. Repeat this procedure for all cameras to the end of the chain.
4. Set the termination switches of the multiplexer and cameras at both ends of the chain to ON position.
Termination switches of cameras not at the chain ends
must be in OFF position.
TERM
DATA
T(A) T(B) R(A) R(B)
GND
RS485
TERM.
OFF
A B
T
G
N
D
A B
R
ON
G
N
D
Cautions:
• Termination is the key to data transmission and
reception in the chain. Only the switches at the
chain ends must be set to ON, while the other
switches are set to OFF.
• Response may slow gradually the higher the equipment number in the chain.
LINE
SELECT
2
4
WJ-FS616C
The switch on a daisychain-connected unit not The switch on the end
at the extremities must
unit should be in the
be in the OFF position.
ON position.
(A)
(B)
GND
OFF
ON
(A)
(B)
GND
OFF
ON
(A)
(B)
GND
WV-CPR450 and others (For the
Termination Switch positions, refer
to the instruction manual for the
camera.)
RS485
TERM.
OFF
ON
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G
N
D
A B
R
G
N
D
LINE
SELECT
2
4
WJ-FS616C
ON
WV-CPR450 and others
(For the Termination
Switch positions, refer
to the instruction
manual for the
corresponding unit.)
RS485
TERM.
OFF
A B
T
OFF
A B
T
G
N
D
A B
R
G
N
D
ON
LINE
SELECT
2
4
WJ-FS616C
Set it to
position 2
■ Connection with the Monitors
Connect the Monitors to the SPOT OUT connector and
MULTISCREEN OUT connector on the rear of the video
multiplexer with the coaxial cable.
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
SPOT
OUT
IN
MULTISCREEN OUT
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
■ Connection with the PC
There are two options to communicate with the PC, the
first is using RS-232C port and the second is via DATA
port.
RS-232C
FG 1
TxD 2
RxD 3
4
RTS
5
CTS
7
SG
20
DTR
6
DSR
8
DCD
PC
1
2
3
4
5
7
20
6
8
FG
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
SG
DTR
DSR
DCD
FS616C end
• In page 2 of 2 of the SYSTEM SETUP menu, set the RS232C MODE to PC and press the [SET UP/ESC] button
to activate the RS-232C port on the rear panel.
Then you need to select the parameters of the RS-232C
in the COM PORT SETUP menu detailed on page 42.
• Use a cross type RS-232C cable to connect the multiplexer with the PC.
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DATA port
• In page 2 of 2 of the SYSTEM SETUP menu, set the
DATA MODE to PC and press the [SET UP/ESC] button
to activate the DATA port on the rear panel.
Then you need to select the parameters of the DATA in
the COM PORT SETUP menu detailed on page 42.
• Use a 6-core modular cable to connect the multiplexer
with the PC.
Caution: Data disruption may occur if you use both
DATA port and RS-232C port at a time. Use only
one port to communicate with the PC.
■ Connection with Alarm Sensors
Connect the sensor switches to the ALARM/REMOTE port on the rear of the video multiplexer as shown in the example
below.
ALARM/REMOTE
1
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SW16
GND
SW2
SW1
37
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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
Pin No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Designation
Still Picture
VCR/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
Notes:
• Alarm inputs simultaneously or at very short intervals will be ignored. Allow for an interval of at least 100 ms from one
alarm input to the next.
• Connect Pin#5, Alarm/Remote Select Input to Pin#12, GND.
■ Connection with External Remote Control Switches
Connect the switches (dry contact or open collector input) to the ALARM/REMOTE port 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
Pin No.
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Designation
Still Picture
VCR/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
SW3
SW2
SW1
Notes:
• Pin#6, Sequence SW for Spot Output and the Pin#8, Alarm Recover Input can also accept DC voltages of 5 V (high
level) and 0 V (low level) besides the switch contact signals.
The multiplexer recognizes falling edge (high to low transition) as an input.
• Pin#5, Alarm/Remote Select Input must be open.
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MONITORS AND DISPLAYS
■ Spot and Multiscreen Monitor
The WJ-FS616C video multiplexer can be connected to
two monitors.
The monitor displays the video signal according to the
connection made, as shown below.
Spot Monitor: The monitor that is connected to the
SPOT OUT connector on the rear of the video multiplexer.
It only displays the camera input in single spot or
single sequence.
Displaying the VCR playback is disabled.
Multiscreen Monitor: The monitor that is connected to
the MULTISCREEN OUT connector on the rear of
the video multiplexer.
It can displays the camera input in multiscreen
mode (4, 7, 9, 10, 13, 16 screen segments).
It also displays the VCR playback images.
In addition, the video multiplexer can be connected to
the other additional monitor, if the system is required.
Connect the monitor (substituted for VCR) to the REC
OUT connector on the rear of the video multiplexer.
Multiscreen 2 Monitor: It has functions as same as the
multiscreen monitor.
Pressing the MULTISCREEN button alternately
selects multiscreen output or multiscreen 2 output.
The indicator blinks to indicate that the multiscreen
2 output is selected.
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
SPOT
OUT
REC OUT
IN
VIDEO
MULTISCREEN OUT
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
S–VIDEO
POWER
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POWER
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
■ Connection with the Time Lapse VCR
Connect the time lapse VCR as shown in the example below.
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
CAMERA
SW IN
REC OUT
VIDEO
VCR CONTROL
R2–232C
PLAY IN
S–VIDEO
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
See Notes
REMOTE
OUT
9
19
37
8
ALARM/REMOTE
28
26
1
20
Time Lapse VCR
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
3
ALARM
RESET IN
ALARM
RECOVER OUT
4
5
ALARM
OUT
9
WARNING
OUT
13
6 1 SHOT IN 10 HUMID OUT 14
7
COM
8
TAPE END
OUT
11 REC OUT
12
REC REVIEW
OUT
15
16
SERIES
REC IN
SERIES
REC OUT
TIME
ADJUST IN
TIME
ADJUST OUT
Notes:
• Before controlling the VCR through the REMOTE OUT
connector:
1. Power up the video multiplexer and the VCR simultaneously.
2. Connect the video signal cable between the multiplexer and the VCR.
• The REMOTE OUT performs similarly to the AG-A11
Remote Controller for Time Lapse VCRs.
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• To control the VCR remotely, connect it with either the
RS-232C Port or REMOTE OUT Connector.
• When using the REMOTE OUT Connector for controlling
the VCR remotely, reverse play and recording duration
operations are disabled due to system designation.
• The VCRs shown below can be controlled remotely.
<REMOTE OUT>
AG-RT600A, AG-TL500
AG-6124
<RS-232C>
AG-6740*
AG-TL500
(*Optional interface adapter is required)
SETUP PROCEDURES
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SETUP MENU
The setup menu provides a way for controlling functions
that are not available by a direct operation.
■ Displaying the SETUP MENU
To display the setup menu follow the procedure below.
1. Confirm that the camera and peripherals are connected
correctly and securely and all components are turned
on.
2. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button for 2 seconds or more.
The WJ-FS616C SETUP MENU appears on the screen
of the spot and multiscreen monitors as shown in the
figure.
WJ-FS616C SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
SET UP/ESC
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
The following buttons are valid in the SETUP MENU:
UP (D): Moves the cursor upward.
DOWN (C): Moves the cursor downward.
LEFT (A): Moves the cursor to the left, or selects
the mode or parameter forwardly.
RIGHT (B): Moves the cursor to the right, or
selects the mode or parameter reversely.
HOME/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.
This manual uses the above ( ) symbols hereafter for
following description.
FUNCTION
STILL
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UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
EL-ZOOM
DOWN
RIGHT
3. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the currently
highlighted setting and return to the previous menu in
the SETUP MENU.
4. To finalize the setting and return to normal viewing,
press the [SET UP/ESC] button for 2 seconds or more
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 images. Any settings previously made take effect, even if the [SET UP/ESC] button was not pressed.
■ Programming Setup Menu
As shown below, the SETUP MENU has nine main submenus: Alarm Setup, Multiscreen Output Setup, Spot Output Setup,
Record Output Setup, Multiscreen 2 Output Setup, System Setup, Camera Download, Camera Upload and All Reset.
Six of these submenus; Alarm Setup, Multiscreen Output Setup, Spot Output Setup, Record Output Setup, Multiscreen 2
Output Setup and System Setup are further divided into additional submenus.
The (❋) mark indicates that the item has a submenu for more detailed setups.
SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP
Alarm Recall
Alarm Schedule
Camera Site Alarm
Camera Switching Signal Loss Alarm
Video 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 26
MULTISCREEN OUTPUT
SETUP
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Still Display
Border Display
Camera Display Position
Sequence Mode
Secret View
Page 29
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Page 31
RECORD OUTPUT SETUP
Camera Title Display
Clock Display
Dynamic Recording
Recording Mode
Page 32
MULTISCREEN 2
OUTPUT SETUP
Camera Display Position
Sequence Mode
Page 34
SYSTEM SETUP
Clock Setup
Clock Display Position
Camera Title Setup
Camera Title Display Position
Sequence Setup
Sequence Timing (Multiscreen)
Page 36
Sequence Timing (Spot)
Lock Mode
Cable Compensation/VD2/Data
Alarm Terminal Setup
Playback Mode
Data Mode
RS-232C Mode
Communication Port Setup
VCR Input Select
Daisy Mode
Unit Address
Password
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Camera Download
Page 45
Camera Upload
Page 45
All Reset
Page 46
ALARM SETUP
The procedure described below let you set the modes
when an alarm is received.
Move the cursor to ALARM SETUP in the SETUP MENU
by pressing the C or D button and then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The ALARM SETUP menu as shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
5. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the previous
ALARM SETUP menu.
■ Alarm Schedule
ALARM SETUP
ALM RECALL *
ALM SCHEDULE
CAM SITE ALM
VIDEO LOSS 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
4. To clear all alarm records, press the A or B button to
select CLEAR where the cursor is positioned, then
press the [HOME/SET] button.
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
2SEC
2SEC
ALM-IND
2SEC
ALM-SPOT
OFF
MODE0 REAL
This item lets you enable or disable the system alarm function.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM SCHEDULE parameter by
pressing the C or D button.
2. Select ON or OFF by pressing the A or B button.
ON: Enables system alarm function.
OFF: Disables system alarm function.
The factory default setting is OFF.
■ Alarm Recall
There are 100 alarm records stored in chronological order
in 10 pages of table.
The tables also indicate the alarm mode.
1. Move the cursor to ALM RECALL by pressing the C or
D button and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The ALARM RECALL table appears on the monitor
screen.
ALARM RECALL
NO.
10.
9.
8.
7.
6.
5.
4.
3.
2.
1.
DATE
1.
12.
12.
12.
12.
11.
11.
11.
11.
11.
JAN
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DISPLAY
97
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
96
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
ALARM SETUP
ALM RECALL *
ALM SCHEDULE
CAM SITE ALM
VIDEO LOSS 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
ON 0:00- 0:00
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
2SEC
2SEC
ALM-IND
2SEC
ALM-SPOT
OFF
MODE0 REAL
4. Press the C or D button to move the cursor to the
desired position, then adjust the time when the alarm is
to be activated by pressing the A or B button.
( )NEXT ( )PRE
The table lists the activated alarm modes (ALM-MODE)
as follows:
TRM ✽✽: Interface Alarm
CH-LOSS: Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
SITE: Camera Site Alarm
PC ✽: PC Command Alarm
2. Press the D button to select the next page of the table.
3. Press the C button to back up to the previous page of
the table.
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3. To set the timer, press the [HOME/SET] button while the
cursor is positioned on ON.
The cursor moves to the timer editing area.
Notes:
• If the same time is set for start and stop time, the
alarm is always enabled.
• You can set the timer to extend into the next day, for
example, 22:00 - 6:00.
5. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to move the cursor to
ON position.
■ Camera Site Alarm
■ Alarm Display on the Monitors
This item lets you enable or disable the camera site alarm
function.
This item lets you enable or disable alarm display on the
spot and multiscreen monitors.
1. Move the cursor to the CAM SITE ALM parameter by
pressing the C or D button.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
2 Select ON or OFF by pressing the A or B button.
ON: Enables camera site alarm function.
OFF: Disables camera site alarm function.
ON: Enables alarm display on the Monitors.
OFF: Disables alarm display on the Monitors.
The factory default setting is ON.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Note: To use this function, the WV-PB6164 Data
Multiplex Boards must be installed in the video multiplexer.
■ Video Loss Alarm
This item lets you enable or disable the alarm function when
the camera video signal is lost.
■ Alarm Output Duration
This item lets you select the output duration of the alarm
signal from the ALARM/REMOTE port.
The alarm is automatically reset after the programmed
duration has passed.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM OUTPUT DUR parameter.
2. Select the desired duration.
1. Move the cursor to the VIDEO LOSS ALM parameter.
2 Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables alarm function when video loss is detected.
OFF: Disables alarm function when video loss is detected.
1SEC - 5MIN: Selects an alarm duration between 1
second and 5 minutes.
EXT: Alarm output continues until the ALARM RESET
button is pressed or the external alarm recover signal is received from the ALARM/REMOTE port.
The factory default setting is 2 SEC.
The factory default setting is ON.
■ Alarm Buzzer Duration
■ Camera Switching Pulse Loss Alarm
This item lets you enable or disable alarm display (SW
LOSS) on the monitor screen when the camera switching
pulse is lost.
This item lets you select the ringing duration of the built-in
alarm buzzer when an alarm is activated.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM BUZZER DUR parameter.
2. Select the desired duration.
1. Move the cursor to the SW-LOSS ALM parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables alarm display on the monitor screen.
OFF: Disables alarm display on the monitor screen.
The factory default setting is OFF.
OFF: Disables alarm buzzer, regardless of an incoming
alarm.
1SEC - 5 MIN: Selects buzzer duration between 1 second and 5 minutes.
EXT: Alarm buzzer continues to beep until the ALARM
RESET button is pressed or the external alarm
recover signal is received from the ALARM/
REMOTE port.
The factory default setting is 2 SEC.
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■ Alarm Mode on the Multiscreen
Monitor
This item lets you select the mode for displaying an alarm
on the multiscreen monitor.
■ Alarm Mode on the Spot Monitor
This item lets you select the mode for displaying an alarm
on the spot monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM MODE-SPT parameter.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM MODE-MLT parameter.
2. Select the desired mode.
2. Select the desired mode.
ALM-LINK: Switches screen to the camera image of
the corresponding channel with an alarm title superimposed.
ALM-IND: Retains the camera image currently selected.
An alarm title appears overlapped on the camera
image.
If no camera is currently selected the alarm title
does not appear.
The factory default setting is ALM-IND.
3. When ALM-LINK is selected for the parameter, then the
cursor can be moved to the DWELL TIME parameter.
● Dwell Time for Alarm Sequence
If more than one alarm is activated when ALM-LINK is
selected, the respective camera images are displayed in
quad mode on the multiscreen monitor.
From the fifth alarm on, the images are displayed sequentially in quad mode.
This item lets you set the dwell time for the alarm sequence.
ALM-SPOT: The camera image that has activated the
alarm is displayed in single spot mode.
If multiple alarms are activated, the monitor displays
the camera image that has activated the alarm most
recent.
ALM-IGNORE: Ignores alarms activation and retains
the camera image currently selected.
The factory default setting is ALM-SPOT.
■ Dynamic Recording
In this mode, the camera image of the channel on which the
alarm was activated is recorded preferentially over other
video inputs.
This item lets you enable or disable dynamic recording
mode for recording on videotape.
1. Move the cursor to the DYNAMIC REC parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables dynamic recording.
OFF: Disables dynamic recording.
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL TIME parameter.
The factory default setting is OFF
2. Select the desired dwell time.
1SEC - 30SEC: Selects a dwell time between 1 second
and 30 seconds.
The factory default setting is 2 SEC.
■ Alarm Recording Mode
This item lets you select the mode for recording an alarm.
Refer to Recording Mode Setup on page 33 for further
details.
1. Move the cursor to the ALM REC MODE parameter.
2. Select the desired recording mode.
MODE 0: Normal Recording
MODE 1-8: Time lapse mode without camera switching
pulse.
MODE 9: Time lapse mode with camera switching
pulse.
The factory default setting is MODE 0.
3. After completed the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC]
button to return to the previous WJ-FS616C SETUP
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MULTISCREEN OUTPUT SETUP
The procedure described below let you determine the display mode of the multiscreen monitor.
WJ-FS616C 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 *
■ Clock Display
This item lets you enable or disable the clock display on the
multiscreen monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables clock display on the monitor screen.
OFF: Disables clock display on the monitor screen.
The factory default setting is ON.
Move the cursor to MULTI OUTPUT SETUP in the
SETUP MENU, and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The MULTI OUTPUT SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as shown in the figure.
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP
TITLE DISPLAY ON
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
STILL DISPLAY ON
BORDER
WHITE
DISPLAY POSITION *
SEQUENCE MODE SEQ2
SECRET VIEW
OFF
■ Still Display
This item lets you enable or disable display of the subtitle
“STILL” on the multiscreen monitor when the image is in the
freeze mode.
1. Move the cursor to the STILL DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables display of the subtitle “STILL” on the monitor screen.
OFF: Disables display of the subtitle “STILL” on the
monitor screen.
The factory default setting is ON.
■ Camera Title Display
This item lets you enable or disable display of the camera
title on the multiscreen monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables display of the camera title on the monitor
screen.
OFF: Disables display of the camera title on the monitor
screen.
The factory default setting is ON.
■ Border Display
This item lets you enable or disable the display of borders
that divide the screen of the multiscreen monitor, or selects
a border color.
1. Move the cursor to the BORDER parameter.
2. Select the desired mode or color.
WHITE: White Border
GRAY: Gray Border
BLACK: Black Border
OFF: No Border
The factory default setting is WHITE.
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■ Camera Display Position Setting
■ Secret View
This item lets you assign the position where the camera
image will be displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
When the camera image is displayed in the spot mode on
the spot monitor, the multiscreen monitor is enabled to skip
the step in sequence or display a blackout in multiscreen
for that selected channel image.
This function is called Secret View and the item lets you
enable or disable this function on the multiscreen monitor.
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY POSITION, and then press
the [HOME/SET] button.
The table shown in the figure appears on the monitor
screen.
1. Move the cursor to the SECRET VIEW parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF: Disables the secret view function.
ON: Enables the secret view function.
9
10
11
12
The factory default setting is OFF.
13
14
15
16
2. Move the cursor to the desired channel number by
pressing the C or D button.
3. Select the numbers of the cameras to be displayed by
pressing the A or B button.
The images 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 (1 – 16) buttons.
4. Press the [SET UP/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.
■ Sequence Mode
This item lets you select the sequence pattern for display
on the multiscreen monitor.
Refer to Sequence Setup on page 37 for further details.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE MODE parameter.
2. Select the desired sequence mode.
SEQ1: Spot Sequence
SEQ2: Multi Sequence
SEQ3: Multi Sequence
The factory default setting is SEQ2.
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3. After finishing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP
The procedure described below let you determine the display mode of the spot monitor.
■ Camera Title Display
This item lets you enable or disable display of the camera
title on the spot monitor.
WJ-FS616C 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 *
Move the cursor to SPOT OUTPUT SETUP in the SETUP
MENU, and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The SPOT OUTPUT SETUP menu appears on the monitor screen as shown in the figure.
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP
TITLE DISPLAY
CLOCK DISPLAY
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables display of the camera title on the monitor
screen.
OFF: Disables display of the camera title on the monitor
screen.
The factory default setting is ON.
■ Clock Display
This item lets you enable or disable the clock display on the
spot monitor.
ON
ON
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables clock display on the monitor screen.
OFF: Disables clock display on the monitor screen.
The factory default setting is ON.
3. After finishing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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RECORD OR MULTISCREEN 2 OUTPUT SETUP
The procedure described below let you determine the
mode for the REC OUT connector on the rear of the video
multiplexer.
As described before, this output can be used for recording
images on the time lapse VCR or monitoring images as
multiscreen 2 monitor.
WJ-FS616C 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 *
■ Record Output Setup
Select REC OUTPUT in the menu and then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The REC OUTPUT SETUP menu as shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
These items let you determine the mode for recording on
the time lapse VCR.
REC OUTPUT SETUP
TITLE DISPLAY ON
CLOCK DISPLAY ON
DYNAMIC REC SETUP *
REC MODE SETUP *
1. Move the cursor to the REC/MULTI2 parameter in the
SETUP MENU by pressing the C or D button.
2. Select either REC OUTPUT or MULTI2 OUTPUT by
pressing the A or B button.
REC OUTPUT: Enables recording images on the time
lapse VCR.
MULTI2 OUTPUT: Enables monitoring images on the
connected multiscreen 2 monitor.
The factory default setting is REC OUTPUT.
3. Press the [HOME/SET] button to execute the selection
and then the selected submenu will appear on the monitor screen.
● Camera Title Display
This item lets you enable or disable recording of the camera title on the VCR.
1. Move the cursor to the TITLE DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables recording of the camera title on the VCR.
OFF: Disables recording of the camera title on the VCR.
The factory default setting is ON.
● Clock Display
This item lets you enable or disable recording of the clock
display on the VCR.
1. Move the cursor to the CLOCK DISPLAY parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables recording of clock display on the VCR.
OFF: Disables recording of clock display on the VCR.
The factory default setting is ON.
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● Dynamic Recording
● Recording Mode Setup
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.
This item lets you select a recording mode on the time
lapse VCR.
1. Move the cursor to DYNAMIC REC SETUP by pressing
the C or D button and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The DYNAMIC REC SETUP menu as shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
1. Move the cursor to REC MODE SETUP by pressing the
C or D button and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The REC MODE SETUP menu as shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
Current REC MODE
REC MODE SETUP
MODE 0
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
MODE0
1
MODE1 --MODE2 --MODE3 --MODE4 --MODE5 --MODE6 --MODE7 --MODE8 --MODE9 EXT1
REAL
-------------------------EXT
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ
abcdefghijk
lmnopqrstuv
wxyz
' ¤=?'"#&()*
+,-./:; E
REC MODE Title
REC MODE Parameter
2. Move the cursor to the PRIORITY column to be recorded with dynamic recording for the camera number by
pressing the C, D, A, or B buttons.
3. Select either ON or OFF by pressing the - or + button.
OFF: Disables recording images with priority.
ON: Enables recording images preferentially over other
input images.
2. Move the cursor to the MODE parameter in the menu by
pressing the C or D button.
3. Select a mode number by pressing the - or + button.
MODE 0: Normal recording mode
MODE 1 - 8: Time Lapse Mode (VCR without camera
switching pulse)
MODE 9: Time Lapse Mode (VCR with camera switching pulse)
The factory default setting is “0”.
The factory default settings are OFF.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to set other cameras.
Note: To select MODE 1 - 8, you must first complete the
settings described below.
Note: It is recommended to select up to 2 cameras.
Recording Mode Setting Details
5. When satisfied with all of the above steps, press the
[SET UP/ESC] button to execute the selection and
return to the previous REC OUTPUT SETUP menu.
You can assign the camera switching timing to any one of
MODE1 to MODE8 when using the VCR without camera
switching pulse.
Note: Recording is not enabled in dynamic recording
mode when EXT4 is selected for MODE 9 in the
REC MODE SETUP menu.
1. Move the cursor to the desired MODE number to be
assigned by pressing the C or D button.
2. Press the [HOME/SET] button to move the cursor to the
right in the switching timing column.
Note: The cursor does not move to this column
when MODE 0 is selected in this table.
The value is fixed to 1 in this column.
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3. Select the desired switching timing indicated as the
field interval (4 to 999) by pressing the A or B button.
Notes:
• Numbers can also be input directly with the Camera
Number buttons (1 - 10).
• Refer to the operating instructions of the VCR for
switching timing.
When MODE9 is selected in this table, select EXT1
or EXT4 by pressing the A or B button.
EXT1: Enables spot image recording on the VCR.
EXT4: Enables quad images recording on the VCR.
■ Multiscreen 2 Output Setup
These items let you select the display mode when connecting the Record Output (REC OUT) to the monitor for multiscreen 2 monitor.
WJ-FS616C 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 *
4. Press the [HOME/SET] button to move the cursor to the
right in the recording mode title column.
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 C, D, A, or B
buttons.
6. Press the [HOME/SET] button to pick up the character
and place it in the title column.
1. Move the cursor to the REC/MULTI2 parameter in the
SETUP MENU.
2. Select MULTI2 OUTPUT and then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The MULTI2 OUTPUT SETUP menu as shown in the figure appears on the monitor screen.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 above to edit the title.
MULTI2 OUTPUT SETUP
8. If a wrong character is selected, press the - or +
button to move the cursor in the title column.
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 [HOME/SET] button to overwrite the
character with the character selected from the table.
9. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button. The cursor moves to
MODE number.
10. Repeat steps 1 to 9 above to assign the other MODE
numbers.
11. After completing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC]
button to return to the REC OUTPUT SETUP menu.
12. After finishing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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DISPLAY POSITION *
SEQUENCE MODE SEQ2
● Camera Display Position
This item lets you select the position where the camera
images will be displayed on the multiscreen 2 monitor.
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY POSITION, then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The table shown in the figure appears on the monitor.
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 C or D button.
3. Select the numbers of the cameras to be displayed by
pressing the A or B button.
The images 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 [SET UP/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.
● Sequence Mode
This item lets you select the sequence pattern for display
on the multiscreen 2 monitor.
Refer to Sequence Setup on page 37 for more details.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE MODE parameter.
2. Select the desired sequence mode.
SEQ1: Spot Sequence
SEQ2: Multi Sequence
SEQ3: Multi Sequence
The factory default setting is SEQ2.
3. After finishing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the previous SETUP MENU.
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SYSTEM SETUP
The procedure described below let you determine the system designation and display the system status.
■ Clock Setup
This item lets you set the current time and date.
WJ-FS616C SETUP MENU
ALARM SETUP *
MULTI OUTPUT SETUP *
SPOT OUTPUT SETUP *
REC/MULTI2
REC OUTPUT *
SYSTEM SETUP *
1. Move the cursor to CLOCK SETUP in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The cursor moves to the right editing area.
2. Select the month by pressing the A or B button.
CAM DOWNLOAD
NO
CAM UPLOAD
NO
ALL RESET SELECT *
3. Move the cursor to the right by pressing the C or D
button, then select the date by pressing the A or B
button.
1. Move the cursor to SYSTEM SETUP in the SETUP
MENU and then press the [HOME/SET button.
The SYSTEM SETUP menu as shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
SYSTEM SETUP
CLOCK SETUP
CLOCK POSITION
TITLE SETUP *
TITLE POSITION
SEQUENCE SETUP
SEQ TIMING-MLT
SEQ TIMING-SPT
LOCK MODE
JAN 1.97
*
1 OF 2
0:00
*
SEQ1 *
INT(TIME-ADJ)
INT
ALL
4. Select the last 2 digits for the year and time (military
time) as similarly by pressing the C or D button and
the A or B button.
5. After completing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC]
button to move the cursor to CLOCK SETUP.
The selected time and date are updated when the [SET
UP/ESC] button is pressed.
■ Clock Display Position
This item lets you select the position where the clock will be
displayed on the monitor screen.
SYSTEM SETUP
2 OF 2
CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP *
ALM TERMINAL SETUP *
PLAYBACK MODE FIELD
DATA MODE
CU
RS-232C MODE
VCR
COM PORT SETUP *
VCR IN SELECT VIDEO
DAISY MODE
OFF
UNIT ADDR.SET 1
PASSWORD
OFF
1. Move the cursor to CLOCK POSITION in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The position setting menu shown in the figure appears
on the monitor screen.
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CAMTITLE
2. Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the next page
of the menu. Press this button again to return to the previous page of the menu.
2. Move the clock position by pressing the C, D, A or B
button.
Note: In the multiscreen display with the multiscreen
output or record output, the clock display is shifted
one line from the preset position if the camera title
and the clock are preset to the same position.
3. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the selection
and return to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
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■ Camera Title 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.
1. Move the cursor to TITLE SETUP in the SYSTEM SETUP
menu by pressing the C or D button, then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The TITLE SETUP menu shown in the figure appears on
the monitor screen.
8. Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the next page,
then press this button again to return to the previous
page.
9. Repeat steps 2 to 7 above to edit the titles for the rest of
the cameras.
10. After completing the setting, press the [SET UP/ESC]
button to return to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
■ Camera Title Display Position
TITLE SETUP
1CH
2CH
3CH
4CH
5CH
6CH
7CH
8CH
1------2------3------4------5------6------7------8-------
1 OF 2
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ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ
abcdefghijk
imnopqrstuv
wxyz
' ¤=?'"#&()*
+,-./:; E
@
TITLE SETUP
9CH
10CH
11CH
12CH
13CH
14CH
15CH
16CH
9------10-----11-----12-----13-----14-----15-----16------
This item lets you select the camera title position to be displayed on the monitor screen.
Refer to the Clock Display Position Setting on page 36 for
more details.
1. Move the cursor to TITLE POSITION in the SYSTEM
SETUP menu, then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The position setting menu appears on the monitor
screen.
2 OF 2
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ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
WXYZ
abcdefghijk
imnopqrstuv
wxyz
' ¤=?'"#&()*
+,-./:; E
2. Move the title by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
Note: In the Multiscreen display with the multiscreen
output or record output, the clock display is shifted
one line from the preset position if the camera title
and the clock are preset to the same position.
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3. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the selection
and return to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Move the cursor to the channel you want to edit by
pressing the C or D button, then press the
[HOME/SET] button.
The cursor moves to the right editing column, and the
square cursor appears on the character table.
3. To select a character, move the cursor on the desired
character in the table by pressing the C, D, A or B
button.
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).
4. Then press the [HOME/SET] button to pick up the character, and place it in the editing column.
● Spot Sequence (SEQ1)
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 above until the title for a certain
camera is completed.
6. If a wrong character is selected, press the - or + button to move the cursor in the editing column.
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 [HOME/SET] button to overwrite
the character with the character selected in the table.
7. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to move the cursor to
the channel number column.
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■ Sequence Setup
This item lets you program or edit a spot sequence.
Up to 32 steps can be assigned in the table shown in the
figure.
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.
The factory default setting is sequential display of 16 camera images.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE SETUP parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select SEQ1 and then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The SEQ1 SETUP menu shown in the figure 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
2. Select the desired preset position number for the camera in the PRE column by pressing the - or + button.
Note: A preset position assigned to a step that has
been assigned to a playback channel is invalid.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to assign other steps.
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
1. Move the cursor to the AUTO SKIP parameter.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Enables the auto skip function.
OFF: Disables the auto skip function.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Note: The auto skip function is not available when playing back videotape images.
Image Assignment
1. Move the cursor to the CAM column you want to edit for
the step number by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
2. Select the desired camera or playback channel in the
CAM column by pressing the - or + button.
1 - 16: Camera Channel
P1 - P16: Playback Channel
–: Not Assigned
Notes:
• Pressing the Camera Number button assigns the
camera channel directly.
• Any playback steps programmed in a sequence are
excluded from display on the spot monitor and multiscreen 2 monitor due to the way the system is
designed.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to assign other steps.
Dwell Time
• Uniform Dwell Time
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL TIME parameter by
pressing the C or D button.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the A or
B button.
Dwell Time can be selected between 0SEC and
30SEC.
Note: If 0SEC is selected for the dwell time, the
spot sequence is not activated.
• Individual Dwell Time
1. Move the cursor to the TIME column you want to
edit for the step number by pressing the C, D, A
or B button.
2. Select the desired dwell by pressing the - or +
button.
Steps for which a different dwell time has been
selected are marked “–” in the DWELL TIME parameter. Previous settings made in the DWELL TIME
parameter become invalid.
Programming Steps 17 to 32
1. Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the next page
of the table.
The table shown in the figure 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
STEP CAM PRE TIME
25
- 2SEC
26
- 2SEC
27
- 2SEC
28
- 2SEC
29
- 2SEC
30
- 2SEC
31
- 2SEC
32
- 2SEC
Preset Position
1. Move the cursor to the PRE column you want to edit for
the step number by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
2. Program the sequence pattern for steps 17 to 32 as
described previously.
3. Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the previous
page of the table.
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4. After finishing the settings, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings and return to the previous
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
● Multi Sequence (SEQ2, SEQ3)
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 factory default setting, SEQ2 is displayed
on four screen segments (quad) and SEQ3 on nine segments.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQUENCE SETUP parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select SEQ2 or SEQ3 and then press the [HOME/SET]
button.
The corresponding SETUP table shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
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
CAM PRE
1CH 2CH 3CH 4CH -
AREA
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
CAM PRE
-
Camera/Playback
This item lets you select the camera or playback image
to be displayed at each step.
1. Move the cursor to the STEP parameter by pressing
the C or D button.
2. Select either CAM or PLAY by pressing the A or B
button.
CAN: Enables display of camera image.
PLAY: Enables display of playback image.
The factory default setting is CAM.
Dwell Time
1. Move the cursor to the DWELL TIME parameter by
pressing the C or D button.
2. Select the desired dwell time by pressing the A or B
button.
Dwell Time can be selected between 0SEC and 30SEC.
Note: If 0SEC is selected for the dwell time, the step will
not be displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
Image Assignment
1. Move the cursor to the CAM column you want to edit for
the area number by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
2. Select the desired camera or playback channel in the
CAM column by pressing the - or + button.
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
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 by pressing the C or D button.
2. Select either ON or OFF by pressing the A or B button.
ON: Enables the auto skip function.
OFF: Disables the auto skip function.
The factory default setting is OFF.
Note: The auto skip function is not available when playing back videotape images.
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1 - 16: Camera Channel
P1 - P16: Playback Channel
–: Not Assigned
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to assign other area numbers.
Note:
The multiscreen pattern of each step is determined
automatically as follows:
• For example, if several camera channels are
assigned to area numbers, the screen segmentation that will accommodate the highest area
number will be selected.
• Areas not assigned a camera channel, or
assigned a channel to which no camera is connected, are displayed in blackout.
• Pressing the Camera Number button assigns
the camera channel directly.
Preset Position
1. Move the cursor to the PRE column you want to edit for
the area number by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
2. Select the desired preset position number for the camera in the PRE column by pressing the - or + button.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to assign other area numbers.
Notes:
• When the STEP parameter in this table is on PLAY,
it is not possible to select a preset position in the
PRE column.
• 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 in the table.
Programming Steps 2 to 5
1. Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the next page
of the table.
2. Program the sequence pattern for steps 2 to 5 according to the procedure described above.
Notes:
• If EXT is selected, time adjustment input from a
Time Lapse VCR is disabled.
• If EXT is selected, connect the external sequence
switch to pin 26 of the ALARM/REMOTE port.
• The multiplexer accepts the time adjustment signal
for 6 minutes, that is, 3 minutes before and 3 minutes after the exact time (For example, from 9:57:00
through 10:03:00. Time is adjusted to 10:00:00).
■ Sequence Timing (Spot Monitor)
This item lets you select between internal and external control for advancing the sequence on the spot monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ TIMING-SPT parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either INT or EXT.
INT: Advances a sequence by the dwell time that was
programmed in the SEQUENCE SETUP menu.
EXT: Advances a sequence by the input from pin 6 of
the ALARM/REMOTE port.
The factory default setting is INT.
3. After finishing the settings, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings and returns to the previous
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
■ Sequence Timing (Multiscreen
Monitor)
This item lets you select between internal and external control for advancing the sequence on the multiscreen monitor.
It also lets you select functions of devices connected to pin
26 of the ALARM/REMOTE port.
One of these functions is input of the time adjustment signal
from a VCR, the other enables external sequence advance
for multiscreen monitor.
1. Move the cursor to the SEQ TIMING-MLT parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select INT (TIME-ADJ) or EXT.
INT: Advances a sequence by the dwell time that was
programmed in the SEQUENCE SETUP menu.
It enables input of the time adjustment signal from a
Time Lapse VCR.
EXT: Enables external sequence advance.
The factory default setting is INT (TIME-ADJ).
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■ Lock Mode
This item lets you determine which buttons will be locked
while the LOCK switch is in ON position.
1. Move the cursor to the LOCK MODE parameter in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either ALL or VCR.
VCR: Locks the VCR Control Buttons.
ALL: Locks all the buttons.
The factory default setting is ALL.
Note: The LOCK indicator only lights when the LOCK
switch is in ON position and LOCK MODE is set to
ALL.
■ Cable Compensation/VD2/Data
This item lets you select the optimum setting for the cableloss compensator and whether to supply the VD2 (sync)
signal or control data to the camera.
Note: These settings will work only for the input channels
that have the multiplex feature with the Data Multiplex
Board WV-BP6164 installed. The boards are installed
for input channels 1 through 4 at the factory. You can
install boards for other channels. For installations, see
page 12.
1. Press the [FUNCTION] button while the SYSTEMSETUP
menu (1 of 2) is displayed on the monitor screen.
The next page of the menu appears on the screen.
2. Move the cursor to CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP in
the SYSTEM MENU, then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP table shown in
the figure appears on the monitor screen.
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
5. Select either ON or OFF in the VD2 column by pressing
the - or + button.
Note: Select ON for a camera with VD2 capability, otherwise select OFF.
6. Select one of the parameters shown below in the DATA
column by pressing the - or + button.
ON: Communicates with the camera site by multiplexed
data.
1-16: Communicate with the camera site by RS-485.
This number indicates the unit address of the
selected camera.
OFF: Disables communication with the camera site.
6. Repeat steps 3 to 6 above to edit other channels.
Press the [FUNCTION] button to display the next page
of the table, then press this button again to return to the
previous page.
7. After finishing the settings, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings and returns to the previous
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Note: Installation of the WV-PB6164 Data Multiplex
Boards is required for controlling more than 4 cameras.
■ Alarm Terminal Setup
CABLE COMP/VD2/DATA SETUP 2 OF 2
CAM
CABLE
VD2
DATA
9CH
10CH
11CH
12CH
13CH
14CH
15CH
16CH
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
This item lets you designate the alarm input from the
ALARM/REMOTE port located on the rear of the multiplexer.
1. Move the cursor to ALM TERMINAL SETUP in the SYSTEM SETUP menu, then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The ALARM TERMINAL SETUP table shown in the figure appears on the monitor screen.
ALARM TERMINAL SETUP
3. Move the cursor to the columns you want to edit for the
channel by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
4. Select one of the parameters shown below in the
CABLE column by pressing the - or + button.
This item lets you select a suitable cable-loss compensator corresponding with the cable length.
S: Up to 400 m (1 300 ft)
M: 400 m (1 300 ft) to 700 m (2 300 ft)
L: 700 m (2 300 ft) to 900 m (3 000 ft)
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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 columns you want to edit for the
terminal number by pressing the C, D, A or B button.
(Using the RG-59/U, BELDEN 9259 or equivalent cable)
Note: Set CABLE to S if no camera is connected to the
channel.
3. Select the channel number to be assigned in the CAM
column by pressing the - or + button.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input directly with
the camera number buttons.
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4. Select the preset position number to be assigned in the
PRE column by pressing the - or + button.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 above to assign other terminal
numbers.
Note: The same channel number can be assigned to
multiple alarm terminals.
In this case, different preset positions can be
assigned, but when alarm occurs at these positions,
the camera movHes to the preset position where
the most recent alarm occurred.
6. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings
and returns to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
■ RS-232C Mode
This item lets you select the RS-232C port for control of the
VCR, or for external control of the system from a PC.
1. Move the cursor to the RS-232C MODE parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either VCR or PC.
VCR: Enables use as VCR control port.
PC: Enables use as external control port from a PC.
The factory default setting is VCR.
Note: Be sure to select PC in this menu if you plan
to use the REMOTE OUT connector for controlling the VCR.
■ Playback Mode
This item lets you select the ID code for playback of recorded videotape.
1. Move the cursor to the PLAYBACK MODE parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either FIELD or FS10.
FIELD: Normally set to this position.
FS10: Enables playback of the videotape that is recorded with the WJ-FS10.
■ Communication Port Setup
This item lets you set the parameters for communication
between the ports and the connected appliances.
1. Move the cursor to COM PORT SETUP in the SYSTEM
menu, then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The COM PORT SETUP table shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
COM PORT SETUP
The factory default setting is FIELD.
■ Data Mode
DELAY
BAUD RATE
WAIT TIME
DATA BIT
PARITY
STOP BIT
XON/XOFF
FULL/HALF
RS-232C
OFF
9600
OFF
7
ODD
1
-
DATA
OFF
9600
100
8
EVEN
1
OFF
-
RS-485
OFF
19200
OFF
8
NONE
1
OFF
FULL
This item lets you select an external controller from the
DATA port.
1. Move the cursor to the DATA MODE parameter in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either CU or PC.
CU: Enables control from the specified System
Controller.
PC: Enables control from a PC.
2. Move the cursor to the port column you want to edit by
pressing the C, D, A or B button.
The table indicates the factory default settings.
3. Select the desired delay time for DELAY by pressing
the - or + button.
↔ OFF ↔ 10 ↔ 20 ↔ 40 ↔ 60 ↔ 80 ↔ 100 ↔
The factory default setting is CU.
4. Select the desired transmission speed (bits per second) for BAUD RATE by pressing the - or + button.
↔ 1 200 ↔ 2 400 ↔ 4 800 ↔ 9 600 ↔ 19 200 ↔
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5. Select the desired waiting time for WAIT TIME by pressing the - or + button.
This item lets you set the waiting time to retry if there is
no response from the connected device.
OFF: Selects no retry.
100 – 1000: Selects a waiting time in milli-seconds.
6. Select a number of data bit, 7 or 8, for DATA BIT by
pressing the - or + button.
7. Select the parity check mode for PARITY by pressing
the - or + button.
NONE: No parity check
EVEN: Even parity
ODD: Odd parity
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).
1. Move the cursor to the DAISY MODE parameter in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either ON or OFF.
ON: Select this parameter if the video multiplexer is
daisy-chained.
OFF: Normal position.
The factory default setting is OFF.
8. Select a number of stop bit, 1 or 2, for STOP BIT by
pressing the - or + button.
■ Unit Address
9. Select the flow control mode, ON or OFF, for XON/XOFF
by pressing the - or + button. (except RS-232C)
This item lets you assign a unit number for identification
when multiple video multiplexers are connected in a system.
OFF: Disables the flow control.
ON: Enables the flow control.
10. Select FULL or HALF Duplex for FULL/HALF by pressing the - or + button. (RS-485 only)
11. Repeat the above steps to edit other ports.
12. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the setting
and returns to the previous SYSTEM SETUP menu.
■ VCR Input Select
This item lets you select the VCR input terminal.
1. Move the cursor to the VCR IN SELECT parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select input either VIDEO or S-VIDEO.
VIDEO: Selects input from the VCR VIDEO terminal.
S-VIDEO: Selects input from the VCR S-VIDEO terminal.
The factory default setting is VIDEO.
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■ Daisy Mode
1. Move the cursor to the UNIT ADDR. SET parameter in
the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select a unit number, 1 to 16, by pressing the A or B
button.
The factory default setting is 1.
■ Password
This item lets you select whether to permit free or limited
access to the setup menus.
When PASSWORD is set to ON, the operator must enter the
password to access the setup menus.
1. Move the cursor to the PASSWORD parameter in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu.
2. Select either ON or OFF by pressing the A or B button.
ON: Enables limited access to the menus.
OFF: Enables freely access to the menus.
The factory default setting is OFF.
● Password Registration
Enter a 4-digit password consisting of numbers from 1 to 9
(except 0).
Password is required to access to the WJ-FS616C SETUP
MENU.
1. Select ON by pressing the A or B button.
The password editing area shown in the figure will
appear in the menu.
2. Press the [HOME/SET] button to move the cursor to the
first digit in the editing area.
3. Move the cursor to the position to be edited in the editing area by pressing the C or D button.
4. Select the desired number by pressing the A or B button.
Note: Numbers can also be input directory with the
[CAMERA (1 – 9)] buttons.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all digits are registered.
6. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings
and the cursor returns to ON position in the menu.
7. After finishing the settings, press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the settings and return to the previous
SETUP MENU.
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OTHER SETUP MENUS
■ Camera Download
■ Camera Upload
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.
This item lets you upload camera setup data from the video
multiplexer’s memory to a camera.
1. Move the cursor to the CAM DOWNLOAD parameter in
the SETUP MENU.
2. Select YES by pressing the A or B button, then press
the [HOME/SET] button.
The CAM UPLOAD table shown in the figure appears
on the monitor screen.
2. Select YES by pressing the A or B button, then press
the [HOME/SET] button.
The CAM DOWNLOAD table shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
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
CAM UPLOAD
UPLOAD
CAM
DATA
CAM DOWNLOAD
DOWNLOAD
1. Move the cursor to the CAM UPLOAD parameter in the
SETUP MENU.
+:DATA EXISTENCE
-:DATA NOTHING
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
3. Select the channel you want to save by pressing the A
or B button.
1CH - 16CH: Enables storing of setup data for the
selected camera channel.
ALL: Enables storing of setup data for all camera channels.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input directly with
the Camera Number buttons.
CAM
DATA
1
O+
1CH
2 3
- O+
4
-
5 6
- N-
NO
7
+
8
-
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
- - - - - - - -
O:RESULT OK
N:RESULT NG
+:DATA EXISTENCE
-:DATA NOTHING
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
3. Select the channel you want to upload by pressing the
A or B button.
1CH - 16CH: Enables data uploading to a selected
camera.
ALL: Enables data uploading to all cameras.
Note: Channel numbers can also be input directly with
the Camera Number buttons.
4. Move the cursor to “NO” by pressing the C or D button.
5. Select “YES” by pressing the A or B button.
4. Move the cursor to “NO” by pressing the C or D button.
5. Select “YES” by pressing the A or B button.
6. Press the [HOME/SET] button to begin loading.
“NOW LOADING” appears on the table.
To cancel loading, press the [SET UP/ESC] button.
6. Press the [Home/SET] button to begin the load.
“NOW LOADING” appears on the table.
To cancel loading, press the [SET UP/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.
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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Note: Alarm is disabled while this menu is displayed.
■ All Reset
This item lets you restore the factory settings without having
to go through each individual menu.
1. Move the cursor to ALL RESET SELECT in the SETUP
MENU, then press the [HOME/SET] button.
The ALL RESET SELECT menu shown in the figure
appears on the monitor screen.
ALL RESET SELECT
ALL-RESET
NO
CAUTION:ALL ALARM INPUTS
HAVE BEEN DISABLED.
2. Select “YES” by pressing the A or B button.
3. Press the [HOME/SET] button to execute the all reset
function.
4. First “NOW RESETTING” appears, then “RESET COMPLETED”.
5. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to return to the SETUP
MENU.
Note: Alarm is disabled while the ALL RESET SELECT
menu is displayed.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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CONTROLLING THE VIDEO INPUT AND MONITORS
Before starting the following procedures, all system
components should be turned on.
Then set the LOCK switch to the OFF position.
Controlling the Spot Monitor
The operations described below are available on the spot
monitor.
■ Selecting the Spot Monitor
1. Select the spot monitor by pressing the [SPOT] button.
The indicator (green) in the button is on to indicate the
spot monitor is selected.
■ Single Sequence (Live)
A series of camera images can be displayed in succession
on the monitor screen for the specified duration.
Refer to the Sequence Setup for further details.
1. Press the [SEQUENCE] button to run the assigned
sequence (SEQ1) forward on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button lights to indicate that the
sequence mode is selected.
SEQUENCE
1
2
SPOT
16
2. In this condition, select the images to be displayed on
the monitor screen followed the procedure shown
below.
■ Single Spot (Live)
1. Select an image to be displayed on the monitor by
pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
2
2. To select another image, press a [1 – 16] button corresponding to the image.
The selected image appears on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button previously selected turns off
and the indicator in the button currently selected lights.
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3
The indicator in the CAMERA button lights up and the
camera image corresponding to the button appears on
the monitor screen.
2. During the sequence, press the [SEQUENCE] button to
move one step forward in the sequence.
3. To return to spot monitoring, select an image to be displayed on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
Note: You can also enable the auto skip function to skip
any steps where no video signal is present.
Controlling the Multiscreen
Monitor
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
The operations described below are available on the multiscreen monitor.
Note: We recommend using the spot monitor in single spot
for preventing image disturbance when displaying noninterlace images.
2
■ Selecting the Multiscreen Monitor
1. Select the multiscreen monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN] button repeatedly.
The indicator in the button is on to indicate the multiscreen monitor is selected.
2. To select another image, press a [1 – 16] button corresponding to the image.
The selected image appears on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button previously selected turns off
and the indicator in the button currently selected lights.
MULTI
SCREEN
● Freezing Single Spot (Live)
Note: The indicator in the button blinks to indicate the multiscreen 2 monitor is selected, if applicable.
2. Press the [VCR/CAM] button will toggle the indicator in
the button on and off.
While the image on the monitor screen is displayed in single spot mode, the image can be frozen followed the procedure below.
1. Select an image to be frozen on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
VCR
CAM
2
Off: Indicates camera images (Live Mode) is selected.
On: Indicates playback images (VCR Mode) is selected.
3. In this condition, select the images to be displayed on
the monitor screen followed the procedure shown
below.
2. Press the [STILL] button to display the freeze image on
the monitor.
The indicator in the STILL button lights and the indicator
in the pressed CAMERA button starts to blink.
■ Controlling the Camera Images
While the VCR/CAM button is off, the camera images on the
monitor can be controlled followed the procedure
described below.
STILL
● Single Spot (Live)
1. Select an image to be displayed on the monitor by
pressing a [1 – 16] button.
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STILL
3. To cancel this mode, press the [STILL] button to return
to the image previously shown.
The indicator in the button goes off.
● Zooming Single Spot (Live)
While the image on the monitor screen is displayed in single spot mode, the image can be zoomed followed the procedure below.
● Multiscreen Spot (Live)
The monitor can display the camera images on a 4, 7, 9,
10, 13 and 16 multiscreen shown below.
1. Select the screen segments to be displayed on the
monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button repeatedly.
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
1. Select an image to be zoomed on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
Each time the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button is
pressed, the next group of 6 multiscreens available is
displayed as follows.
2
2. Press the [EL-ZOOM] button to display the zoomed
image on the monitor.
The indicator in the button lights to indicate zoom mode
is selected.
EL-ZOOM
3. In the zoom mode, pressing the C, D, A, or B button
will move the image in the direction of the button.
4. To cancel this mode, press the [EL-ZOOM] button to
return to the image previously shown.
The indicator in the button goes off.
1
5
9
13
2
6
10
14
3
7
11
15
4
8
12
16
2
4
6 7 8
10 11 12
3
5
9
13
1
1
3
7
2
3
4
1
2
4
8
5 6
9 10
1
2
4
6
3
5
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Notes:
• Any camera can be assigned to any segment in the
pattern.
• The setting can be adjusted in such a way that a
screen segment for displaying an image on the spot
monitor screen in the single spot mode is blacked
out.
Refer to the SECRET VIEW for further details.
2. To display a single spot image, select an image to be
displayed on the monitor by pressing one of the CAMERA buttons that the indicator in the button lights up.
● Freezing Multiscreen Spot (Live)
The monitor can display the freeze camera images on a 4,
7, 9, 10, 13 and 16 multiscreen shown below.
1. Select the screen segments to be displayed on the
monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button repeatedly.
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
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2. Press the [STILL] button. The indicator in the button
lights.
3. Select an image to be frozen on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button start blink and the
camera image corresponding to the button is displayed
in freeze on the monitor screen.
1
2
5
6
3
4
7
8
13
14
9
10
15
16
11
12
SEQUENCE
1
5
9
13
2
6
10
14
3
7
11
15
4
8
12
16
SEQ1: Single Sequence
SEQ2: Multi Sequence
SEQ3: Multi Sequence
STILL
The indicator in the CAMERA buttons light up and the
camera image corresponding to the buttons appear on
the monitor screen.
2. During the sequence, press the [SEQUENCE] button to
move one step forward in the sequence.
3. To return to single spot monitoring, select an image to
be displayed by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
Or to return to screen segments display, press the
[MULTISCREEN SELECT] button.
STILL
1
Note: You can apply this function to multiple images on
the monitor screen
4. Press the blinking CAMERA button to cancel the freeze
function individually.
5. Press the [STILL] button to return to the normal camera
images.
The indicator in the STILL button goes off.
6. To display a single spot image, select an image to be
displayed on the monitor by pressing one of the CAMERA buttons that the indicator in the button lights up.
● Single or Multi Sequence (Live)
A series of camera images can be displayed in succession
on the monitor screen for the specified duration.
Each sequence step can be combined with multiple screen
segments and single image.
Refer to the Sequence Setup for further details.
1. Press the [SEQUENCE] button to run the assigned
sequence (SEQ1, SEQ2 or SEQ3) forward on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button lights to indicate that the
sequence mode is selected.
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Notes:
• You can also enable the auto skip function to skip
any steps when no video signal is present.
(or a screen segment is blacked out on the multiscreen display.)
Refer to AUTO SKIP in the Sequence Setup for further details.
• The setting can be adjusted in such a way that the
sequence step for displaying an image on the spot
monitor screen in the single spot mode can be
skipped automatically.
(or a screen segment is blacked out on the multiscreen display.)
Refer to the SECRET VIEW for further details.
■ Controlling the Playback Images
The following procedure is not applicable for multiscreen 2
monitor.
1. Select the multiscreen monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN] button repeatedly.
The indicator in the button is on to indicate the multiscreen monitor is selected.
MULTI
SCREEN
2. Select the VCR playback mode (indicator on) by pressing the [VCR/CAM] button.
VCR
CAM
3. In this condition, select the images to be displayed on
the monitor screen followed the procedure shown
below.
Notes:
• This unit does not reproduce a clear image in
reverse playback.
• The playback image may be skewed (horizontally
distorted) in the upper portion of the monitor screen
depending on the selected playback mode.
• The indicator in the VCR/CAM button blinks when
no signal is input to the PLAY IN connector on the
rear of the multiplexer.
The indicator also blinks if the codes (camera ID
numbers, etc.) recorded on the videotape track
have not been read for some reason. In this case,
the playback image is displayed simply by tracing
along the tape. Skipping instructions or other
selections are ignored.
• The looped through VCR output may appear on the
monitor while playing back a tape in forward or
reverse search.
• The image or title may become unstable because of
the recording field rate.
• Depending on the condition of the VCR’s video
heads, the images of another channel may appear
on the monitor.
If this occurs frequently, adjust the tracking and
slow tracking of the VCR.
• The size of images displayed on the multiscreen is
smaller than in single image format, which makes
the titles hard to read. Select single image (spot) to
make titles easier to read.
• Playback in linear mode (L12H, L18H, or L24H) may
produce noise or the image of another channel in
any recorded mode. Play back the tape in normal
(real time mode) or time lapse mode.
• Select FS10 in the SETUP MENU to play back a
recorded tape with the WJ-FS10. (See page 42)
It is recommended to play back on the 16-segment
screen and select the desired camera channel from
the images displayed, because a tape recorded
with the WJ-FS10 multiplexer is not compatible with
one recorded on the WJ-FS616C (the camera display channels for recording and playback differ).
While the [VCR/CAM] button is on, the VCR playback
images on the monitor can be controlled followed the
procedure described below.
Confirm that the VCR is playing back the recorded
videotape.
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● Single Spot (Playback)
1. Select an image to be displayed on the monitor by
pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the playback image corresponding to the button appears on
the monitor screen.
2
Note: While playing back a videotape recorded in quad
images, the corresponding 4-segment image is displayed, if the selected number is recorded as part
of the quad image.
For instance, if #5 is selected, the quad image of
“5-6-7-8” is displayed.
2. To select another image, press a [1 – 16] button corresponding to the image.
The selected image appears on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button previously selected turns off
and the indicator in the button currently selected lights.
● Freezing Single Spot (Playback)
While the image on the monitor screen is displayed in single spot mode, the image can be frozen followed the procedure below.
1. Select an image to be frozen on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the playback image corresponding to the button appears on
the monitor screen.
2. Press the [STILL] button to display the freeze image on
the monitor.
The indicator in the STILL button lights and the indicator
in the pressed CAMERA button starts to blink.
3. To cancel this mode, press the [STILL] button to return
to the image previously shown.
The indicator in the button goes off.
Note: The VCR does not enter pause mode while the
freeze image is displayed on the monitor screen.
● Zooming Single Spot (Playback)
● Freezing Multiscreen Spot (Playback)
While the image on the monitor screen is displayed in single spot mode, the image can be zoomed followed the procedure below.
The monitor can display the freeze playback images on a 4,
9 and 16 multiscreen shown below.
1. Select an image to be zoomed on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
2. Press the [EL-ZOOM] button to display the zoomed
image on the monitor.
The indicator in the button lights to indicate zoom mode
is selected.
3. In the zoom mode, pressing the C, D, A, or B button
will move the image in the direction of the button.
4. To cancel this mode, press the [EL-ZOOM] button to
return to the image previously shown.
The indicator in the button goes off.
● Multiscreen Spot (Playback)
The monitor can display the playback images on a 4, 9 and
16 multiscreen shown below.
1. Select the screen segments to be displayed on the
monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button repeatedly.
Each time the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button is
pressed, the next group of 3 multiscreens available is
displayed as follows.
4-SEGMENT
SCREEN
9-SEGMENT
SCREEN
16-SEGMENT
SCREEN
Notes:
• The 7-, 10-, and 13-segment multiscreen modes are
not available in playback mode.
• The same channel cannot be displayed in multiple
segments.
If this attempt is made, only the image of the channel with the lowest number is displayed; the other
segments appear black out.
• The videotape recorded in quad images mode is
disabled display in multiscreen.
To display the videotape, select mode in single
spot.
2. To display a single spot image, select an image to be
displayed on the monitor by pressing one of the CAMERA buttons that the indicator in the button lights up.
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1. Select the screen segments to be displayed on the
monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button repeatedly.
2. Press the [STILL] button. The indicator in the button
lights.
3. Select an image to be frozen on the monitor by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button start blink and the
playback image corresponding to the button is displayed in freeze on the monitor screen.
Note: You can apply this function to multiple images on
the monitor screen
4. Press the blinking CAMERA button to cancel the freeze
function individually.
5. Press the [STILL] button to return to the normal playback images.
The indicator in the STILL button goes off.
6. To display a single spot image, select an image to be
displayed on the monitor by pressing one of the CAMERA buttons that the indicator in the button lights up.
● Single or Multi Sequence (Playback)
A series of playback images can be displayed in succession on the monitor screen for the specified duration.
Each sequence step can be combined with multiple screen
segments and single image.
Refer to the Sequence Setup for further details.
1. Press the [SEQUENCE] button to run the assigned
sequence (SEQ1, SEQ2 or SEQ3) forward on the monitor screen.
The indicator in the button lights to indicate that the
sequence mode is selected.
SEQ1: Single Sequence
SEQ2: Multi Sequence
SEQ3: Multi Sequence
The indicator in the CAMERA buttons light up and the
camera image corresponding to the buttons appear on
the monitor screen.
2. During the sequence, press the [SEQUENCE] button to
move one step forward in the sequence.
3. To return to single spot monitoring, select an image to
be displayed by pressing a [1 – 16] button.
Or to return to screen segments display, press the
[MULTISCREEN SELECT] button.
Note: The same channel cannot be displayed in multiple segments.
If this attempt is made, only the image of the channel with the lowest number is displayed; the other
segments appear black out.
3. Press the [FUNCTION] button. The indicator in the button starts to blink.
FUNCTION
4. Select the playback channel you want to display by
pressing the corresponding [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the [FUNCTION] button lights, and the
selected playback image is displayed in the upper left
segment of the multiscreen.
■ Displaying the Camera and Playback
Images
The following procedures are not applicable to the
Multiscreen 2 Monitor.
• One segment of the multiscreen for camera images can
be assigned to playback.
• This function is available with the 4-, 7-, 10- or 13-segment multiscreen modes.
• The playback image will be displayed in the upper left
segment of the multiscreen.
• 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 playback
image is displayed automatically without making any
setting changes.
Camera
1
Camera
2
Camera
3
Camera
4
Playback
Camera
2
Camera
3
Camera
4
● Multiscreen Spot
(Live Images with a Playback Image)
1. Select the cameras live mode (indicator off) by pressing
the [VCR/CAM] button.
VCR
CAM
2. Select the screen segments to be displayed on the
monitor by pressing the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button repeatedly.
Confirm that the 4-, 7-, 10- or 13-segment multiscreen is
selected for the camera images.
If not, press the [MULTISCREEN SELECT] button
repeatedly until the desired multiscreen appears.
1
2
1
3
4
3
2
4
6 7 8
10 11 12
1
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3
5
9
13
2
4
6
1
3
7
5
7
2
4
8
5 6
9 10
5. To display another playback image, press the [FUNCTION] button.
The indicator in the button starts to blink.
Select the channel you want to display by pressing the
corresponding [1 – 16] button.
6. To return to the camera images multiscreen, press the
[MULTISCREEN SELECT] button.
Or to display the playback image in single spot mode,
press the [VCR/CAM] button.
Note: To return to the previous camera images multiscreen, press the [FUNCTION] button while the
indicator in the button is blinking.
● Freezing Multiscreen Spot
(Live Images with a Playback Image)
The monitor can display the freeze camera images on a 4-,
7-, 10- or 13-segment multiscreen while cameras with playback images are displayed.
1. Repeat steps 1 to 4 referring the procedure in the
Multiscreen Spot.
2. Press the [STILL] button. The indicator in the button
lights.
3. Select a camera image to be frozen on the monitor by
pressing a [1 – 16] button.
The indicator in the selected button start blink and the
playback image corresponding to the button is displayed in freeze on the monitor screen.
4. Press the blinking [CAMERA] button to cancel the
freeze function individually.
5. Press the [STILL] button to return to the previous combined images.
The indicator in the STILL button goes off.
6. To return to the camera images multiscreen, press the
[MULTISCREEN SELECT] button.
Or to display the playback image in single spot mode,
press the [VCR/CAM] button.
Note: You cannot freeze the displayed playback image
on the monitor screen.
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CAMERA CONTROL FUNCTION
The camera control is only available while the camera
image is displayed in single spot on the selected monitor
screen and the LOCK switch is in OFF position.
■ Camera Selection
1. Select an either spot or multiscreen monitor by pressing
the [SPOT] or [MULTISCREEN] button.
The indicator in the selected button is on.
Pressing both of these buttons simultaneously will automatically set the lens focus, if the specified camera with
auto focus feature is used.
3. Press the [ZOOM] button to adjust the lens zoom to
achieve the desired image while observing the active
monitor.
Press the [TELE] button to optically bring an object
closer.
Pressing the [WIDE] button has the reverse effect.
MULTI
SCREEN
SPOT
ZOOM
TELE
2. Select the live camera mode (indicator off) by pressing
the [VCR/CAM] button.
VCR
CAM
WIDE
4. Press the [IRIS CLOSE/OPEN] buttons to close/open
the lens iris. Adjust the lens iris by pressing these buttons to obtain the proper image exposure.
IRIS
CLOSE
3. Select a camera image you want control by pressing a
[1 – 16] button
The indicator in the selected button lights and the camera image corresponding to the button appears on the
monitor screen.
OPEN
Pressing these buttons at the same time will reset the
lens iris to the factory default setting.
● Pan/Tilt Control (Manual Operation)
■ Controlling Camera Site Accessories
For controlling camera site accessories, normally combination camera equipped with the specific feature or a specified receiver are required to utilize these functions.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the Direction buttons to move the pan/tilt head in
the desired direction.
Pressing the D and B buttons will move the pan/tilt
head upwards and to the right.
● Lens Control
UP
Confirm that the specified lens with power zoom/focus functions is mounted on the camera.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [FOCUS NEAR/FAR] button to adjust the lens
focus to achieve a sharply focused image while observing the active monitor.
FOCUS
NEAR
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FAR
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
DOWN
Note: To move the pan/tilt head faster, press the
[HOME/SET] button while holding down the
Direction buttons.
● Pan/Tilt Control (Preset Operation)
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
Note: Select only preset position numbers 1 to 16.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [PRE-POSI] button.
3. To cancel the auto panning function, press one of the
Direction buttons.
Note: When using the combination cameras with auto
panning feature, make sure that the LOCAL/
REMOTE setting is set to LOCAL at the camera site.
If REMOTE is selected, the panning movement is
retained for only one minute.
● Camera Setup
PRE-POSI
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
● Pan/Tilt Control (Home Position)
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
** 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 a number from 1 through 16. (“17” is not
allowed.)
2. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button, while holding down the
selected [CAMERA] button, to gain access to the camera setup menu on the active monitor.
↵↵
3. Select the preset position number by pressing the [1 –
16] button to move the pan/tilt head to the preset position on the active monitor.
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [HOME/SET] button to move the camera to
the home position on the active monitor.
UP
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
SET UP/ESC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
3. Select the desired item by pressing the D or C button,
and then select the desired mode by pressing the A or
B button.
UP
DOWN
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
DOWN
● Pan/Tilt Control (Auto Panning )
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [AUTO] button to activate the auto panning
function.
AUTO
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4. Press the [HOME/SET] button to execute the setting or
enter a submenu.
5. Press the A and B buttons simultaneously to reset the
selected menu.
6. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button to execute the setting
and returns to the previous setup menu.
7. Press the [SET UP/ESC] button, while holding the
[FUNCTION] button, to exit from the setup mode or
menu.
FUNCTION
SET UP/ESC
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of the selected
camera for further details.
Caution: Camera addresses are important for RS-485
type cameras.
• Do not use addresses other than 1 through 16
for individual cameras. (“17” is not allowed)
• Do not set a single address for more than one
camera in an RS-485 chain.
• Simplified preset position setting
The preset position can be set by a simplified procedure.
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Press the [FUNCTION] button while the position setting menu is displayed on the active monitor.
2. Press the Direction buttons to move the pan/tilt
head in the desired direction.
3. Press the [FOCUS] or [ZOOM] button to adjust the
lens to achieve the desired image.
4. Press the [FUNCTION] button again to restore the
Direction buttons’ cursor control function.
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ALARM CONTROL FUNCTION
The alarm function activates the warning alarm status, when
an externally connected alarm sensor is turned on.
Described below is an example of an alarm status activation.
■ Alarm Input
■ Alarm Operation
When an alarm signal is received, the multiplexer, the
Record Output, Spot Output and Multiscreen Output of the
multiplexer are activated as shown below.
Refer to the ALARM SETUP menu of the WJ-FS616C SETUP
MENU for further settings.
The video multiplexer can handle the following alarms:
• Interface Alarm
Alarm received from the ALARM/REMORTE port on the
rear of the multiplexer.
“ALARM” is displayed on the monitor screen.
• Video Input Signal Loss Alarm
Alarm indicating that a camera video signal loss has
occurred.
“CH✽✽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.
● Front Panel Display
When an alarm function is activated, the ALARM Indicator
(Red) and the corresponding CAMERA (1 – 16) button
(Green) blink.
The Alarm Output signal is supplied to pin 9 of the ALARM/
REMOTE port for the programmed duration.
After the programmed time has elapsed, the indicator
changes to a steady light.
If another alarm is activated during output of the previous
alarm, the alarm signal is output for the programmed duration.
● Alarm Buzzer
The buzzer beeps for the programmed duration.
The buzzer stops beeping before that duration when the
alarm is reset.
● 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.
● 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.
● Record Output
• Alarms are recorded in the mode specified for the ALM
REC MODE parameter in the ALARM SETUP menu.
• Alarmed channels are recorded preferentially over
other video input if ON is specified for the DYNAMIC
REC parameter in the ALARM SETUP menu.
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● Multiscreen Output
The alarmed input image and alarm display are displayed
on the multiscreen monitor as shown below.
Described below are several examples; the selected mode
varies, depending on the menu setting.
• Alarm Link Mode
• The image of the alarmed camera is displayed in
single spot mode on the monitor.
The indicator in the corresponding CAMERA button
blinks.
• When multiple alarms are activated, the images 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 images are overwritten
in the order of upper left to lower right segment,
then displayed in sequence with the previous quad
images.
• The dwell time for each step can be programmed
on the ALARM SETUP menu.
• An incomplete image may appear when switching
the 4-segment screen sequence.
ALARM
• Alarm Indication Mode
• The camera images selected before the 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.
ALARM
Note: If the alarm channel is in the freeze mode, it
returns to normal viewing.
● Spot Output
The alarmed input image and alarm display are displayed
on the spot monitor as shown below.
• Alarm Spot Mode
• The alarmed camera image is displayed in single
spot mode on the monitor.
When another alarm is received, the display switches to the most recent alarmed camera image in single spot mode.
• The camera title and alarm display blink alternately
on the monitor.
[Spot]
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
• Alarm Ignore Mode
• The camera images selected before the 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
[Quad Sequence]
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ALARM
ALARM
■ Alarm Reset
■ Example of Using Multiscreen 2
Monitor
● Manual Reset
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.
The figure below shows an example of how alarm is displayed when a Multiscreen 2 Monitor is connected to the
REC OUT connector.
(selects ALM-LINK for ALM MODE-MLT in the ALARM
SETUP menu.)
Multiscreen 2 Monitor
Multiscreen Monitor
ALARM
CH1 Alarmed
CH1
RESET
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH1
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH9
CH2
CH3
CH4
CH9
CH11
CH2 - CH4
Alarmed
The alarm is reset by a recover signal received from the
external equipment at pin 8 of the ALARM/REMOTE port
located on the rear of the video multiplexer.
The ALARM indicator goes off.
● PC Command Reset
The alarm is reset by an OAL command from a personal
computer, either manually or automatically depending on
the Alarm Reset parameter selected.
Refer to the command table on page 78.
In these reset functions, the reset signal is output from pin
27 of the ALARM/REMOTE port.
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CH5
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH7
CH5
CH6
CH7
CH8
CH10
CH13
CH6
CH12
CH7
CH8
CH6 - CH8
Alarmed
CH9 Alarmed
Sequence Display
● External Reset
CH5 Alarmed
Sequence Display
The alarm is automatically reset after the programmed
alarm output time has elapsed or the lost video signal has
been recovered.
The ALARM indicator changes from blinking to a steady
light.
Pressing the [ALARM RESET] button will clear the alarm
and switch the indicator off.
CH10 - CH13
Alarmed
Sequence Display
● Auto Reset
• When alarm is activated, the image of the alarmed camera is displayed in single spot mode on the multiscreen
2 monitor.
• From the second alarm on, the images 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, while the previous
four alarms remain displayed in quad mode on the multiscreen 2 monitor.
• From the sixth alarm on, the images of the alarmed
cameras are displayed in quad mode on the multiscreen monitor.
• From the ninth alarm on, the images of the alarmed
cameras on the multiscreen 2 monitor are overwritten in
the order of upper left to lower right segment.
Then the overwritten and previous images are displayed alternately.
• From the thirteenth alarm on, the images of the alarmed
cameras on the multiscreen monitor are overwritten in
the order of upper left to lower right segment.
Then that overwritten and previous images are displayed alternately.
■ Alarm Suspension
This function disables activation of the alarm link and
instead enables storing of any alarm activated in the alarm
log.
It is used to suspend the alarm link during camera setup.
To suspend the alarm:
1. Press the [RESET] and [SPOT] buttons at the time for 2
seconds or more to suspend the alarm.
The indicator in the [RESET] button lights.
RESET
SPOT
2. Press the [RESET] button to reset the alarm suspension.
The indicator in the [RESET] button goes off.
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OTHER FUNCTION
■ Recording on the Time Lapse VCR
The following selections are made in the WJ-FS616C
SETUP MENU described previously.
Refer to the Recording Mode Setup on page 33 for further
details.
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 image (spot or
quad) to be recorded on the VCR.
2. Press the Record button of the VCR to begin recording.
Notes:
• To let the VCR display the VCR menu for setup,
select MODE 0 in the REC MODE SETUP menu of
the multiplexer.
• While recording with the camera switching pulse
(MODE 9), quad recording will work properly when
the selected recording interval is more than 0.11
seconds (less than 9 fields/s).
• While recording without the camera switching pulse
(MODE 1 – 8), quad recording is not available.
When using a VCR whose recording interval is 2 or
3 fields, select 4 fields (minimum) for the REC
MODE parameter.
However the same image may be recorded repeatedly.
■ Camera Switching Pulse Loss
Display
• When loss of the camera switching pulse is detected,
“SW LOSS” will blink 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 MULTI2 OUTPUT for REC/ MULTI2, “SW LOSS”
is not displayed because of the way the system
application works.
• If “ALARM” or “CH✽✽LOSS” is displayed on the
monitor screen, “SW LOSS” is not displayed
because alarm has priority.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
(with WV-CU550C)
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SYSTEM CONTROLLER WV-CU550C
The WJ-FS616C video multiplexer can be controlled from the WV-CU550C system controller.
The following procedures apply when the WV-CU550C system controller is connected to the system.
■ Major Operating Controls and Their Functions
Note: When using this controller in combination with the WJ-FS616C, 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
UNIT/ESC
TERM.
OFF
901
23
ON
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO. MODE
1-8
78
OUT
456
DATA
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FOCUS
NEAR
WIDE
AUX1 AUX2
IN
ZOOM
TELE
DOWN
FAR
SET
System Controller for WJ-FS
CONTROLLER
ON
OFF
616
q Alarm Indicator (ALARM)
This indicator (Red) lights to indicate that an alarm condition exists.
It goes off when the alarm is reset automatically.
To turn the ALARM indicator off of the multiplexer, press
the RESET button.
w Busy Indicator (BUSY)
This indicator lights to indicate that the system is locked
by PC command.
While this indicator is lit, control from the video multiplexer and system controller is disabled.
e Function buttons (F1/F2/F3/F4)
Selects functions displayed on the LCD (Liquid Crystal
Display) display.
F1: Operates the multiscreen monitor.
F2: Operates the spot monitor.
F3: Activates the sequence mode.
In this mode, a series of camera images is displayed in succession on the monitor screen for the
specified duration.
F4: Selects the camera image or VCR playback image
to be displayed on the monitor screen.
r LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) display
Displays the function menu and function status.
In this Instructions Manual, it is hereafter referred to as
the “LCD”.
t Direction buttons (A D B C)
These buttons 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.
Set Up button (SET UP D)
This button is used to display the setup menu of the
video multiplexer.
Camera Set Off button (CAMERA SET OFF B)
This button is used to exit the camera setup menu displayed on the monitor screen.
Time Lapse Mode Buttons (T/L MODE, D C)
These buttons, in combination with the Alternate button,
select the time lapse mode of the time lapse VCR.
Press the D button to increase the recording duration
or the C button to decrease the recording duration.
Reverse Play button (REV A)
This button, in combination with the Alternate button,
activates reverse playback on the time lapse VCR.
Play button (PLAY B)
This button, in combination with the Alternate button,
activates playback on the time lapse VCR.
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y Joystick Controller
The joystick is used to manually operate the Pan/Tilt
Head, move the cursor position in the setup menu of
the video multiplexer, or to select an area for Electronic
Zooming.
UP: Upward
DOWN: Downward
LEFT: Left
RIGHT: Right
u Iris Buttons (IRIS, CLOSE/OPEN)
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 default settings.
i Focus button (FOCUS, NEAR/FAR)
Adjusts the lens focus of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
o Zoom button (ZOOM, TELE/WIDE)
Adjusts the lens zoom of cameras equipped with the
specified lens.
!0 Auto Focus button (AF)
This button is used to activate the auto focus function
when the camera equips with the specific feature.
!1 Camera (Set) key [CAM(SET)]
CAM: Used for camera selection. To select a camera,
enter the desired camera number with the Numeric
keys, and then press the CAM key.
SET: While displaying the setup menu on the monitor,
pressing this button will execute the currently highlighted selection and to enter a submenu in the
setup menu if the item has its own setting menu.
!2 Numeric keys (0-9)
These keys are used for numeric input into the system,
such as the camera number, preset position, etc.
!3 Monitor (Unit/Escape) key [MON(UNIT/ESC)]
This key is used to select a unit of video multiplexer.
Select a unit number with the Numeric key, then press
this key to select a specific Video multiplexer.
This key is also used to execute the settings and return
to the previous menu in the setup menu of the video
multiplexer.
!4 Still button (STILL)
This button is used to freeze the image currently displayed on the monitor screen.
!5 Preset Position Button (PRE-POSI)
This button is used to assign a preset position to a
specified camera.
!6 Function button (FUNCTION)
This button is used to display the camera images with a
VCR playback image on the multiscreen monitor.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the next page of the setup
menu.
!7 Auto/Increment button (AUTO/+ )
This button is used to activate the auto panning function
if the camera is equipped with the specific future.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the parameter forwardly in the
setup menu.
!8 Home/Decrement button (HOME/–)
This button is used to return to the home position of the
camera.
While displaying the setup menu on the monitor, pressing this button will select the parameter reversely in the
setup menu.
!9 Alternate button (ALT)
Press this button to have the other 8 buttons switch to
their alternate functions. These buttons are identified
by special labeling - - text or a symbol in a rounded
corner rectangular. For example, while the indicator
(green) of the ALT button is lit, pressing the STILL button controls the VCR fast forward function.
@0 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 images or VCR playback images.
Pressing this button will toggle the screen pattern as
follows:
Camera Images:
4→7→9→10→13→16→4 screen segments
VCR Playback Images:
4→9→16→4 screen segments
@1 Electronic Zoom button (EL-ZOOM)
This button is used to zoom the image currently displayed on the multiscreen monitor.
Note: The above operation is not valid unless multiscreen output is selected by pressing the [F1] button.
@2 Alarm Reset button (RESET)
This button is used to cancel an activated 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.
When more than one multiplexer are connected in a
daisy chain, pressing the ALT button and then this button resets all alarm inputs at once.
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@3 Data ports (DATA, IN/OUT)
Exchanges control data with the video multiplexer in a
system.
@4 Termination switch (TERM., ON/OFF)
This switch enables termination of the controller’s data
port.
When combined with the video multiplexer, set this
switch to the “ON” position.
@5 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 video Multiplexer, set this
switch to the “0” position.
@6 Mode Selection switch (MODE)
These switches are used to set the mode of the system
controller connected to the video multiplexer.
When combined with the WJ-FS616C video multiplexer,
set as shown below.
MODE
OFF
ON
@7 Controller On/Off switch (CONTROLLER ON/OFF)
This switch is used to turn the system controller power
on or off.
@8 Power Cord
■ Installations
The installations described below should be made by
qualified service personnel or system installers.
● Modifying the Front Panel
Peel the tape off the supplied panel templates, then attach
them on the front panel of the system controller.
• 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-FS616C 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 video multiplexer, always
keep these switches in the positions shown below.
TERM.
ON
● Connection with the WV-CU550C System
Controller
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 the 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 communication (shielded 4-wire twisted
pair cable) is used.
Low grade cable will result in unstable operation of the system.
System Controller
WV-CU550C
DATA
IN
IN
OUT
TERM.
OFF ON
TERM
OFF
901
23
ON
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO.
1-8
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DATA
OUT
456
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
Connection with the WV-CU550C System Controller
1
6
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No.
Name
Data Flow
No.
1
GND
–
1
2
RX(B)
FS616C ← Controller
2
3
RX(A)
FS616C ← Controller
3
4
TX(B)
FS616C → Controller
4
5
TX(A)
FS616C → Controller
5
6
GND
–
6
Controller end
1
6
OFF
0
MODE
OFF
ON
SETUP MENU OPERATIONS (WITH WV-CU550C)
During setup of the WJ-FS616C with the WV-CU550C system controller, the following buttons and keys of the system controller
correspond with those of the WJ-FS616C as shown below.
WJ-FS616C
WV-CU550C
SET UP
SET UP/ESC
Function
Display the SETUP MENU or escape from the menu.
Press 2 sec or more.
UP
UP
Move the cursor or select the mode or parameter.
LEFT
HOME/SET
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
DOWN
Direction buttons
DOWN
Joystick
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
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SET
Input any numeric values.
FUNCTION OPERATIONS (WITH WV-CU550C)
When operating the video multiplexer with the WV-CU550C
system controller, the following buttons and keys of the system controller correspond with those of the video multiplexer.
LEFT
To select a monitor and camera, follow the procedure
shown below.
UP
UP
HOME/SET
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
DOWN
DOWN
Direction Button
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
SET
Numeric Key + Set Key
While the indicator of the [ALT] button is on, control of
the VCR with the buttons shown below is enabled.
/
/
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Rewind
Pause
Fast Forward
Reverse Play
Stop
Play
T/L mode
T/L mode
Record
Camera Number
Playback, PRE-POSI,
STILL, camsetup
(“Mlt”or “Seq”)
Joystick Controller
UNIT/ESC
Camera Selection Buttons
1. Turn on the power of the system controller by pressing
the Controller On/Off Switch located on the rear of the
system controller to the ON position.
The following displays appear on the LCD display.
Unit Number
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
1
Controlling the Video Input and
Monitors
FUNCTION
PRE-POSI
STILL
CAMERA SET ON A
EL-ZOOM
CAMERA SET OFF B
C
SET UP D
MULTISCREEN SELECT
Refer to the supplied panel templates for the other buttons.
Note: When controlling the multiplexer with the WVCU550C, it is recommended to set the LOCK switch
on the WJ-FS616C to the ON position to prevent
false operation.
U01 C01
_MLT ∗SPOT _ SEQ
F1
F2
_
VCR
F3
F4
Select the mode by pressing the Function buttons. The
buttons operate as shown below.
F1: Same operation as MULTISCREEN button
F2: Same operation as SPOT button
F3: Same operation as SEQUENCE button
F4: Same operation as VCR/CAM button
_ Mode OFF
✽ MODE ON
2. Set the LCD display to ✽SPOT or ✽MLT by pressing the
[F2] or [F1] button on the controller.
The indicator on the LCD display indicates the selected
monitor.
3. Select the desired camera number by pressing the
Numeric keys, then press the [CAM(SET)] key.
The selected camera image is displayed in single spot
on the selected monitor screen.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
SET
Note: Proceed as described for Controlling the Video
Input and Monitors on page 48 to 55.
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Camera Control Function
The camera control is only available while the camera
image is displayed in single spot on the selected monitor
screen.
3. Press the [ZOOM] button to adjust the lens zoom to
achieve the desired image while observing the active
monitor.
Press this button to the [TELE] position to optically bring
an object closer.
Pressing to the [WIDE] position has the reverse effect.
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.
ZOOM
TELE
WIDE
■ Camera Selection
1. Select an either spot or multiscreen monitor by pressing
the [F2] or [F1] button on the controller.
4. Press the [IRIS CLOSE/OPEN] buttons to close/open
the lens iris. Adjust the lens iris by pressing these buttons to obtain the proper image exposure.
IRIS
CLOSEOPEN
2. Select the camera mode (VCR off) by pressing the [F4]
button on the controller.
3. Select the desired camera number by pressing the
Numeric keys, then press the [CAM(SET)] key.
The selected camera image is displayed in single spot
on the active monitor screen.
Pressing these buttons at the same time will reset the
lens iris to the factory default setting.
● Pan/Tilt Control (Manual Operation)
■ Controlling Camera Site Accessories
For controlling camera site accessories, normally combination camera equipped with the specific feature or a specified receiver are required to utilize these functions.
● Lens Control
Confirm that the specified lens with power zoom/focus functions is mounted on the camera.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [FOCUS] button to adjust the lens focus to
achieve a sharply focused image while observing the
active monitor.
If the specified camera with auto focus feature is used
in the system, you can adjust the lens focus automatically by pressing the [AF] button.
FOCUS
NEAR
FAR
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Move 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 upward and to the
right.
The moving speed of the pan/tilt head depends on the
tilt of the joystick.
● Pan/Tilt Control (Preset Operation)
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [PRE-POSI] button, then select the preset
position number by pressing the Numeric keys.
AF
PREPOSI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
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SET
3. Press the [CAM(SET)] key to move the pan/tilt head to
the preset position on the active monitor.
CAMERA
SET ON
REV
● Pan/Tilt Control (Home Position)
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
2. Press the [HOME/–] button to move the camera to the
home position on the active monitor.
HOME/–
AUX1
● Pan/Tilt Control (Auto Panning )
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. Press the [AUTO/+] button to activate the auto panning
function.
AUTO/+
AUX2
3. To cancel the auto panning function, move the joystick
controller in the desired direction.
Note: When using the combination cameras with auto
panning feature, make sure that the LOCAL/
REMOTE setting is set to LOCAL at the camera site.
If REMOTE is selected, the panning movement is
retained for only one minute.
● Camera Setup
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T/L MODE
CAMERA
SET OFF
PLAY
U01 C01 CamSet Up
RES A.RES
F1
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
SET UP
F2
F3
F4
3. Select the desired item by moving the joystick UP or
DOWN, and then select the desired mode by moving
the joystick LEFT or RIGHT.
4. Press the [CAM(SET)] button to execute the setting or
enter a submenu.
5. Press the [F3] button to reset the selected item parameter, or press the [F4] button to reset all functions to the
factory default setting.
6. Press the [MON(UNIT/ESC)] button to execute the setting and returns to the previous setup menu.
7. Press the [CAMERA SET OFFB] button to exit from the
setup mode or menu.
Note: Refer to the operating instructions of the selected
camera for further details.
Caution: Camera addresses are important for RS-485
type cameras.
• Do not use addresses other than 1 through 16 for
individual cameras. (“17” is not allowed)
• Do not set a single address for more than one camera in an RS-485 chain.
• Simplified preset position setting
The preset position can be set by a simplified procedure.
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
1. Press the [ALT] button while the position setting menu
is displayed on the active monitor.
2. Move the joystick to move the pan/tilt head in the
desired direction.
The following function requires the use of cameras
equipped with the specific feature.
3. Press the [FOCUS] or [ZOOM] button to adjust the lens
to achieve the desired image.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
4. Press the [ALT] button again to restore the joystick’s
cursor control function.
2. Press the [CAMERA SET ONA] button to gain access
to the camera setup menu on the active monitor.
Caution: If camera setup is started with the buttons on
the camera, all settings must also be made with
buttons on the camera’s.
If camera setup is started with a controller, all e settings must be made with the controller.
● Auxiliary Control
Alarm Control Function
The following function is available only with a system that
includes WV-RC100 or WV-RC150 Receivers.
1. Select the desired monitor and camera referring to the
Camera Selection procedure described above.
2. While the ALT indicator is on, press the [HOME/–] or
[AUTO/+] button to toggle the user’s auxiliary switch in
the receiver on and off.
ALT
HOME/– AUTO/+
■ Alarm Suspension
This function disables activation of the alarm link and
instead enables storing of any alarm activated in the alarm
log.
It is used to suspend the alarm link during camera setup.
To suspend the alarm:
1. Press the [RESET] and [EL-ZOOM] buttons at the time
for 2 seconds or more to suspend the alarm.
The indicator in the RESET button lights.
AUX1 AUX2
RESET
Note: The auxiliary control is not available while operating the zoom or pan/tilt head.
ELZOOM
ALL FS
RESET
2. Press the [RESET] button to reset the alarm suspension.
The indicator in the RESET button goes off.
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SYSTEM EXPANSION
The system shown below is an example of the expansion capabilities of the WJ-FS616C video multiplexer.
Up to four video multiplexers can be connected to expand the camera inputs.
Main Site (Unit 1)
Camera 1 -16
Local Site (Unit 2)
Camera 1 -16
AUX
Alarm
AUX
Alarm
Video
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
16
LOCK
ALARM
MULTI
SCREEN
MULTISCREEN
SELECT
RESET
SPOT
SEQUENCE
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
VCR
CAM
PUSH OPEN
Data RS-485
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
Spot Out
2
3
Spot In
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
POWER
ON
OFF
F1
4
F2
2
5
F3
F4
3
6
7
8
9
0
CAM
System Controller for WJ-FS
616
System Controller
WV-CU550C
SEQUENCE
VCR
CAM
CAMERA/PRESET POSITION
2
3
PUSH OPEN
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Time Lapse VCR
Spot Monitor Multiscreen Monitor
Live
Live 1-16ch
Main: 1-16ch Playback 1-16ch
Local: 1-16ch
32-Input System
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MULTISCREEN
SELECT
SPOT
RS-232C/Wired
Time Lapse VCR
1
MULTI
SCREEN
RESET
1
Data
RS-485
RS-232C/Wired
MON
ALARM
4
5
Data RS-485
16
LOCK
1
POWER
ON
OFF
Video
Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
■ 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
Main Site
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
Video Multiplexer
WJ-FS616C
SPOT
OUT
OUT
MON
1
5
CAM
UNIT/ESC
SET
In this example, the image of camera 15 connected to
the video multiplexer Unit 2 is displayed on the Spot
Monitor connected to the video multiplexer Unit 1.
5. Operate the selected unit as described in the OPERATING PROCEDURES.
SPOT
IN
2
IN
6. Select another unit with the Numeric key, then press the
[MON(UNIT/ESC)] key to activate the selected unit.
IN
OUT
DATA
DATA
IN
TEAM.
OFF ON
TEAM.
OFF ON
IN
OUT
TERM
CONTROLLER
UNIT NO.
1-8
OFF
901
23
ON
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DATA
456
OUT
Notes:
• Up to four video multiplexers can be daisy-chained
to the system controller.
• Unit numbers should be assigned in the order of
connection, starting with the unit connected directly
to the WV-CU550C system controller.
• Sequence display is limited to the cameras connected to one multiplexer unit only.
• It is recommended to set the LOCK switch to the
ON position while making these connections.
• For controlling more than 4 cameras, additional WVBP6164 Data Multiplex Boards need to be installed
in the video multiplexer.
■ Other Applications
● Application 1
The video signal looped through the SPOT IN connector
can be displayed on the Spot Monitor.
VIDEO
VIDEO
Unit
2
Unit
1
■ Operating Procedure
To control the system, follow the procedure shown below.
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 in the SYSTEM SETUP menu is set to ON.
4. Select the unit number of the video multiplexer with the
Numeric key, then press the [MON(UNIT/ESC)] key to
activate the selected unit.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
MON
0
CAM
UNIT/ESC
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SET
1. Confirm that the DAISY MODE in the SYSTEM SETUP
menu is set to OFF.
2. Select the unit number of the video multiplexer with the
Numeric key, then press the [MON(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 [CAM(SET)] key to display the
video looped through the SPOT IN connector on the
Spot Monitor.
● Application 2
The camera images in the Local Site (Unit 2) can be displayed on the multiscreen monitor in the Main Site (Unit 1)
by connecting a coaxial cable shown below.
Video Multiplexer
REC OUT
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
Local Site
Coaxial Cable
RG-59/U less than 250m (800 ft)
Video Multiplexer
PLAY IN
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
MULTISCREEN OUT
VIDEO
S–VIDEO
Main Site
Multiscreen Monitor
Live 1-16ch
Playback 1-16ch
For Local Site
• Confirm that the REC MODE SETUP in the REC
OUTPUT SETUP menu (page 33) is set to MODE 0.
If the another mode is set for the REC MODE
SETUP, this application does not work properly.
For Main Site
• To display the camera images in the Local Site,
operate the video multiplexer as displaying the
playback image.
However same functions are enabled displaying the
playback image.
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APPENDIX
This Appendix details the elements for communication between the Video Multiplexer and the personal computer. For BAUD
RATE, DATA BIT, STOP BIT and PARITY settings, see page 42 COM PORT SETUP menu.
● Communication Protocol
1. Transmission Command
The PC sends messages to operate the Multiplexer in the format shown below. Also refer to the command table shown
later.
Code
[STX] [Address] [;] [Transmission Command] [ETX]
ASCII
(02H) (
)–––––––––––––––––(
) (03H)
A transmission message consists of [STX], [Address], [;], [Transmission Command], and [ETX]. [Address] is expressed as
“ADuu,”where ‘uu’ is in the range of “00” through “16” in decimal form to identify the unit number of the Video Multiplexer.
When using the RS-232C port to communicate with the PC, [Address] and [;] can be omitted.
2. Response Command
The Multiplexer returns messages in reply to the PC’s messages with the following formats.
(1) Reception completed
When the reception was completed successfully, the Multiplexer sends back “ACK code, 06H”, followed by parameters.
The response command is shown in the Command Table.
Code
[STX] [Address] [;] [Response Command] [ETX]
ASCII
(02H) (
)–––––––––––––––(
) (03H)
(2) Reception error
The Multiplexer sends back “NAK code, 15H”, followed by the parameters shown below. The Multiplexer then resets the
reception buffer and enters waiting mode for the next message. Parameter “e” identifies the error status.
Code
[NAK] [e]
ASCII
(15H)
“e” value
1: Parity error
2: Data Over error
3: Framing error
4: Overrun error
5: Time Out error
(3) Parameter error
The Multiplexer returns “ACK code, 06H”, the transmission command that was not processed properly for some reason,
followed by an error code as shown below.
Code
[STX]
ASCII
(02H) (
Error code
[Transmission Command]
)–––––– (
[:]
) (3AH) (
[Error Code]
)–––(
)
[ETX]
(03H)
ER001: Command invalid
ER002: Parameter invalid
ER301: Command legal but out of range
ER302: Parameter legal but out of range
Note: The Video Multiplexer returns [ACK] or [NAK] to the PC within 20 ms after the reception of [ETX] in a transmission message.
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● Command Table
(1) Operation Control
Item
Transmission
Command (ASCII)
Response
Command (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Monitor Select
OMS : m
OMS
m=0
m=1
m=2
Spot Monitor
Multiscreen Monitor
Multiscreen 2 Monitor
VCR/Camera Select
OVC : m
OVC
m=0
m=1
Camera Mode
VCR Mode
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
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
OAI : m
OAI
m=0
:
m=F
1CH Alarm
Alarm Input
Manual Reset
Auto Reset
Alarm Reset
OAL : m
OAL
m=0
m=1
Alarm Log Clear
OAR
OAR
None
7 divide
10 divide
16 divide
No. of divisions (−)
16CH Alarm
Note: If a command has no parameter value, it is processed with the value under lined in the table.
(2) Mode Change
Item
Transmission
Command (ASCII)
Response
Command (ASCII)
Parameter (ASCII)
Alarm Suspension
MAD : m
MAD
m=0
m=1
Alarm Suspension OFF
Alarm Suspension ON
Lock *1
MKL : m
MKL
m=0
m=1
Lock OFF
Lock ON
Setup
MSU : m
MSU
m=0
m=1
End Setup
Begin Setup
*1: The LOCK (key lock) command is used to prohibit operations on the panel of the Video Multiplexers and the System
Controllers. After execution of this command, only the personal computer can operate the system.
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(3) Cursor Control
Item
Cursor Movement
Select Parameter
Transmission
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
*2
*2 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
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Transmission
Command (ASCII)
QOP
Response
Command (ASCII)
Table below (19 kinds)
Parameter (ASCII)
None
Examples of response
No.
Response Command (ASCII)
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 (VCR)
10
@mPVSZcc
Single Spot + Zoom (VCR)
11
@mPVSScc
Single Spot + Still (VCR)
12
@mPVSXcc
Single Spot + Zoom + Still (VCR)
13
@mPVSMLa
Multi Spot (+ Still) (VCR)
14
@mPVQNcc
Spot Sequence (VCR)
15
@mPVQMLa
Multi Sequence (VCR)
16
@mPVQZcc
Spot Sequence + Zoom (VCR)
17
@mPRSMLa
Live & VCR 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
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Main Unit Information
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
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Camera Input (1-16):
Camera Output (1-16):
Spot Output:
Multiscreen Output:
Recording Output:
Playback Input:
Alarm/Remote Control:
VCR Control (RS-232C):
VCR Control (Wired):
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Dimensions:
Weight:
120 V AC 60 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 signa
Y Signal; 0.714 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.286 V[p-p] /75 Ω S-video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
Y Signal; 0.714 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.286 V[p-p] /75 Ω S-video signal
1.0 V[p-p] /75 Ω composite video signal
Y Signal; 0.714 V[p-p], C Signal; 0.286 V[p-p] /75 Ω S-video signal
37-pin D-sub Connector
25-pin D-sub Connector
Mini-jack f2.5 mm
–10˚C - +50˚C (14˚F - 122˚F)
Less than 90 %
420 mm (W) X 88 mm (H) X 350 mm (D)
[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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Panasonic Security and Digital Imaging Company
A Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Executive Office: One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Regional Offices:
Northeast: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303
Southern: 1225 Northbrook Parkway, Suite 1-160, Suwanee, GA 30024 (770) 338-6838
Midwest: 1707 North Randall Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5211
Western: 6550 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 373-7840
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga,
Ontario, L4W 2T3 Canada (905)624-5010
Panasonic Sales Company
Division of Matsushita Electricof Puerto Rico Inc.
Ave. 65 de Infanteria. Km. 9.5
San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina,
Puerto Rico 00985 (809)750-4300
NM1001-0
2001
© Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
V8QA5872AN
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Printed in Japan
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