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VS-102-HDSDI

H.264 HD VIDEO SERVER

User Manual

Ver. 1.0

VS-102-HDSDI User Manual

Safety Precaution

We appreciate your purchasing VS-102-HDSDI.

Before installing the product, please read the following with care.

 Make sure to turn off the power before installing VS-102-HDSDI.

 Do not install under the direct sunlight or in dusty areas.

 Make sure to use the product within the temperature and humidity specified in the specification.

 Do not operate the product in the presence of vibrations or strong magnetic fields.

 Do not put electrically conducting materials in the ventilation hole.

 Do not open the top cover of the product. It may cause a failure or electric shock on the components.

 To prevent from overheating, make sure to keep the distance at least 10cm from the ventilation hole.

 Make sure the voltage is correct (220V/110V) before connecting the power.

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Table of Content

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ 5

1. About This Manual .................................................................................................................................. 5

2. Features ................................................................................................................................................. 5

3. Product and Accessories ........................................................................................................................ 7

4. Part Names and Functions ..................................................................................................................... 8

5. System Modes and Connections .......................................................................................................... 10

Installation ........................................................................................................................................................ 13

1. Connecting Video ................................................................................................................................. 13

2. Connecting Audio ................................................................................................................................. 13

3. Connecting Serial Ports ........................................................................................................................ 13

4. Connecting Sensor and Alarm .............................................................................................................. 13

5. Connecting Power ................................................................................................................................ 14

6. Check if it Works ................................................................................................................................... 14

System Operation ............................................................................................................................................ 15

1. LED Display .......................................................................................................................................... 15

2. Remote Video Monitoring ..................................................................................................................... 16

3. Initialization of IP Address .................................................................................................................... 19

Remote Configuration ...................................................................................................................................... 20

Encoder Configuration ..................................................................................................................................... 21

1. System Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 21

2. Video Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 24

3. Audio Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 29

4. Network Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 30

5. Serial Port Configuration ...................................................................................................................... 35

6. Event Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 37

7. Preset Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 40

8. Recording Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 41

9. User Configuration................................................................................................................................. 50

Decoder Configuration ..................................................................................................................................... 53

1. System Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 53

2. Video Configuration .............................................................................................................................. 54

3. Network Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 55

4. Display Configuration ........................................................................................................................... 58

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Appendix .......................................................................................................................................................... 59

1. Appendix A: Sensor and Alarm Port .................................................................................................... 59

2. Appendix B: Serial Port ........................................................................................................................ 61

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Introduction

1. About This Manual

This User Manual provides information on the installation setup and operation of the VS-102-HDSDI,

as well as troubleshooting tips.

2. Features

The VS-102-HDSDI is a video and audio transmission system that provides broadcast quality audio and video, based on IP network through LAN, ADSL/VDSL, and Wireless LAN. The VS-102-HDSDI can operate in an Encoder mode or a Decoder mode. The Encoder system compresses video data and transmits it. While the Decoder system receives the video data and decompresses it.

 Video

 State-of-the art Compression Algorithm, H.264 & MJPEG

 Compression and Decompression into 18 types of Resolution:

Full HD (1920x1080) ~ CIF(352x240)

 Wide Range of Video Transmission Rate: 32kbps ~ 8Mbps

 Various Transmission Mode: CBR, VBR

 Motion Detection

 HDMI In/Output

 HD-SDI In/Output (Optional)

 Audio

 Multi-Transmission Mode: Unidirectional Mode (IP-server to Client PC or Decoder / Client PC or Decoder to IP-server), Bi-directional Mode

 Network

 Static IP & Dynamic IP (DHCP) Support

 One to One Connection & One to Multiple Connection

 Multi-Casting

 Various Protocols support: TCP/IP, UDP, Multicast, DHCP, SMTP, HTTP, SNMP, RTP, RTSP:

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 Serial Data

 Two serial ports: RS-232, RS-422/485

 Various PTZ camera protocols

 Data pass-through mode: Serial data communication between Encoder - Decoder

 Sensor and Alarm

 Connections to external sensor and alarm devices

 Event Alarm

 USB

 Connection to internal or external USB storage for remote access, recording and playback

 User Interface

 Display system status by OSD, (On Screen Display)

 Diagnose and upgrade through dedicated program, (True Manager)

 System configuration through Internet Explorer

 Reliability

 Reliable embedded system

 System recovery utilizing dual watch-dog functions

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3. Product and Accessories

VS-102-HDSDI User Manual

VS-102-HDSDI User Manual Power adapter and Cable

Software CD Screws Brackets

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4. Part Names and Functions

 Front View

③ ②

No.

① LED

Parts

② Audio Input

③ Audio Output

④ HDMI Input

⑤ HDMI Output

⑥ USB Port

⑦ LAN

⑧ Reset Button

⑨ Sensor

⑩ Alarm

⑨ ⑩

Function

Display system status

Audio Input

Audio Output

HDMI Video Input

HDMI Video Output

USB 2.0

100/10-base-T Ethernet

Initialization of network setting

Sensor Input

Alarm or Relay Output

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 Rear View

② ③ ④ ⑤

No.

Power

RS-422/485

RS-232

Part Function

DC +12V power input

Serial port for PTZ control and etc

Serial port for PTZ control and etc

④ Composite In/ Output Composite Video Input / Output

⑤ HD/SD-SDI In/Output HD/SD-SDI Video Input / Output

※ HD/SD-SDI output is optional

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5. System Modes and Connections

VS-102-HDSDI operates as one of two modes; Encoder, and Decoder. VS-102-HDSDI systems can be connected in either 1-to-1 fashion where one encoder is connected to one decoder or 1-to-many fashion where one encoder is connected to many decoders.

The following chart shows data status of video, audio and serial data on each mode.

System Mode Video Audio Serial Data

Encoder Transmit Transmit/Receive Transmit/Receive

Decoder Receive Transmit/Receive Transmit/Receive

Therefore, the system modes are defined by the video communication and all system modes are capable of bi-directional transmission of audio or serial data.

 Topology

Generally, the encoder and a decoder are connected in 1-to-1 mode. To support a specific situation a

1-to-multiple connection is also supported.

 1:1 Connection (Unidirectional Transmission) .

Site

Encoder

Remote Center

Decoder

The most commonly used configuration is 1 to 1 connection. An encoder is installed at a site where video images can be transmitted and a decoder is installed at a center location to receive and view the video images on monitors. Audio and serial data are transferred in either direction.

A decoder and encoder can be connected by setting the encoder‟s address at the decoder‟s remote

IP.

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 1:N Connection (Unidirectional Transmission) .

Site Remote Center

Encoder Decoder

Decoder

Decoder

In this configuration, a site can be monitored from many remote center locations.

Maximum connections would be limited by network bandwidth capacity.

Functionally, the VMS (Central Monitoring System) software can replace the decoder.

 Multicast Mode

In the network supporting multicast mode, if Multicast is setup as a system protocol, you can use bandwidth efficiently regardless of the number of decoders. In 1:N connection, a large number of decoders can receive audio and video data from an encoder by using a single streaming transmission.

 Relaying

Site

IP-server

Remote Center #1

Decoder

Remote Center #

Decoder

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In this arrangement, video and audio can be re-transmitted from a center to another center. The arrangement is useful when the network bandwidth at the site is limited and there is more than one center wanting to monitor the site.

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 VMS (Video Management System) site Remote Center

Encoder VMS

Site Remote Center

Encoder Decoder VMS

VMS (Video Management System) is a Windows based remote monitoring program to access multiple encoders for real-time monitoring or control of the encoders and connected cameras. Please refer to the VMS User Manual for more information on VMS.

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Installation

1. Connecting Video

 Encoder System

 Connecting with Megapixel Camera

Connect a camera which supports HDMI or HD-SDI output to the HDMI or HD-SDI Input port of the VS-102-HDSDI accordingly.

 Connecting with D1 resolution Camera

Connect a camera to the Video Input port of the VS-102-HDSDI accordingly.

 Decoder System

Connect a monitor to the HDMI or COMPOSITE (HD-SDI) Output of VS-102-HDSDI accordingly.

2. Connecting Audio

Audio is bi-directional in any configuration regardless of the system mode (Encoder or Decoder).

If necessary, it can be configured to be in transmit-only, receive -only or bi-directional mode.

 Connect audio input and output ports to audio devices accordingly.

 Audio signal is in line level, therefore, microphones or speakers with amplification functions should be used .

3. Connecting Serial Ports

For camera control, the PTZ controller (keyboard) and receiver can be connected to serial ports. Two corresponding serial ports in encoder and decoder which are connected in connected in 1-to-1 fashion works in pass-through mode. This means that commands at a local system‟s COM1 port will be transparently passed to the remote system‟s COM1 port. Also, a command at a local system's COM2 port will pass to the remote system‟s COM2 port.

4. Connecting Sensor and Alarm

Connect sensor and alarm devices to the corresponding terminals accordingly.

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5. Connecting Power

After confirming the power source, connect the power adaptor and connect the 12VDC connector to the system. The system will then boot up to an operating mode.

6. Check if it Works

Once the power is supplied to the camera, it will start booting. The system will boot up to an operating mode after approximately 40-60 seconds. The green LED on the Ethernet port will flash indicating the system is ready.

Software provided on the disc called True Manager allows you to check the IP address and other network details of the camera. Please refer to the True Manager manual for instructions on how to find the IP address of the camera and if required changing it.

 Encoder LED Display

PWR STATUS LINK DATA

Red Green

Blinking

OFF OFF

The LED status shown above shows that camera is connected but a decoder is not connected.

Once the encoder is connected to a decoder, color of “LINK” LED light will turn green and the “DATA”

LED light will blink as video or audio transmissions occur.

 Decoder LED Display

PWR STATUS LINK

Red Green

Blinking

DATA

OFF

The LED status shown above shows that the Decoder has started without connecting to an encoder.

Once an encoder is connected, the color of “LINK” LED light will turn green and the “DATA” LED light will blink as video or audio data transmissions occur.

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System Operation

1. LED Display

 Description of LED

System status can be monitored with LED display

LED

PWR

STATUS

LINK

DATA

State

Off

Red

Green blinking

Red

Constant change of colors between Red and Green

Red blinking

Constant change of colors between Green blinking 2 times and Red blinking once

Green blinking, Red blinks once every 5 seconds

Constant change of colors

Green, Orange, Red color in turn

Off

Green

Red blinking

Orange

Green

Red

Off

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Description

Power off

Power on

Operating normally

System failure: Needs diagnostics

NTSC/PAL setting does not match with input video signal

Failed to obtain IP address in DHCP mode

Failed to register on DDNS server

Video loss in Encoder system

Formatting USB storage device

No connection to the remote system

Connected to a remote system

Decoder only: Trying to connect to an Encoder

Illegal connection (unsupported combination of system modes)

Data transmission in progress

Data loss

No data transmission

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2. Remote Video Monitoring

There are two ways to view video when the connections are completed between a site and center system. In order for a proper operation, an IP address must be set accordingly. Please refer to the True

Manager in Chapter 3 or Remote Setting in Chapter 4 for further details. (See True Manager manual).

Default Password : 1234 Default ID : admin

 Video Monitoring with Decoder System

Once the IP address is set in the remote IP address section of the decoder or the IP Camera, the decoder system will connect to the encoder systems or the IP Camera and start receiving the video images. Normally, a monitor connected to the decoder will display video images.

 Video Monitoring using Internet Explorer

Open Internet Explorer and enter the encoder‟s IP address. The system will ask for confirmation to install

Active-X control. Once authorized, the Internet Explorer will start to display video images from the encoder as shown below.

(See Illustration Page 17).

Default IP Address : http://192.168.10.100

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 Video Selection

This feature lets you select the video stream to be viewed: Primary or Secondary.

VS-102-HDSDI is capable of dual streaming; primary streaming and secondary streaming.

Video will be displayed according to the resolution set on video configuration. If dual streaming

( “ Use Dual Encode” Menu on the Video page ) is not activated, secondary video is not available.

 Screen Size

This feature enables you to adjust the screen size.

The screen size is initially adjusted according to the compression resolution. If you click on the x1/2 icon, the whole screen size will be reduced in a half.

 Digital Zoom

The feature lets you control the digital zoom on the screen.

The more the camera zooms in, the smaller the square of control panel is.

Position of the image can be changed by moving the position of the square.

Max x5 digital zoom is available. If you press x1, the screen will return to the normal size.

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 PTZ Control Panel (Optical Zoom)

The PTZ Control Panel is used for controlling external PTZ devices when the external PTZ devices are connected through serial port.

W hen using VS Cameras that include optical zoom capability , it is possible to control the amout of zoom u sing the Zoom in/out buttons of PTZ Control Panel.

 Focus Near, Focus Far, Auto Focus

These buttons allow you to adjust the focus.

 Menu On, Enter, ESC

These buttons display and control the OSD (On Screen Display) menu if the SD menu is supported. (VS-102-HDSDI does not support the OSD menu)

- Menu On: Displays OSD menu list.

- Enter: Select or operate menu items.

- ESC: Cancels or goes back to the previous menu.

 Select Preset

This feature lets you preset the position and move to the specific preset position.

- Go to: Moves to the selected preset entry if the preset entry is set.

- Set: Sets the current position to the selected preset entry.

- Clear: Deletes the selected preset entry.

 Sensor Input

When the sensor on VD-102-HDSDI is working, the light turns red.

 Alarm Output

This feature operates the alarm device connected to VS-102-HDSDI.

 Screen Capture

This feature capture pictures and stores them as BMP or JPEG files.

 Audio Transfer

This feature enables you transfer audio.

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 File record

Recording to an AVI file on Live view page is available. AVI files are generated in the specified folder or in specified file name on the PC where web browser is running.

1. Enter the drive and the folder name on the PC and enter the AVI file name to be used.

2. Press the “ Start” button to record.

3. Press the “ Stop” button to stop the recording.

4. AVI file named “ File name_IP address_hh_mm_ss” will be generated in the specified folder.

3. Initialization of IP Address

If a system IP address is lost, the system can be reset to the system default IP address using the reset button on the back side of the system.

① While system is in operation, press the reset button for more than 5 seconds.

② The system will reboot automatically

③ Once the system reboots, the IP address will be set to the system default as below.

 IP mode Fixed IP

 Subnet mask 255.255.255.0

 IP address

 Gateway

192.168.10.100

192.168.10.1

 Base port 2222  HTTP port 80

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Remote Configuration

Remote Configuration

Remote configuration of the server is available by web browser. Enter the IP address of the VS-102-HDSDI and then a live view screen appears as shown below. Press the Setup button in the screen to set the server.

For Remote Setting, the user should be authorized higher than manager level.

 Enter IP address

 Press Setup button

The remote configuration window may be slightly different depends on the system modes (Encoder,

Decoder). The general explanation of the configuration in this manual is based on Encoder system and differences according to the modes will be clarified when needed.

The configurations are grouped into 9 categories: System , Video , Audio , Network , Serial , Event,

Preset, Record and User.

Any configuration changes are not applied until Apply button is pressed.

Leaving the page without pressing Apply button, any changes in the page will be discarded.

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Encoder Configuration

Encoder Configuration

While most configuration items are common for Encoder and Decoder mode, there are items which are relevant to the specific system mode. The configuration items for Encoder mode are explained and then items specific only to Decoder mode are described, respectively.

Sections for the Decoder will not include items that are common to Encoder mode.

1. System Configuration

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 General

 System Mode

This option lets you select the System Mode: Encoder or Decoder.

 System ID

Set the System ID. The set System ID is displayed with the video image in the web browser.

The System ID is also transferred to remote software, such as VMS, and is displayed on it.

 Language

This lets you select the language to be to be used for web-based configuration.

 Firmware

 Firmware version

This shows you the current firmware version.

 Board ID

Display the Network board ID of V S-102-HDSDI recognized by system.

 Upgrade

Upgrade firmware

1. Press the Browse button to select a firmware file from PC.

2. Press the Firmware Upgrade button to start to upgrade.

3. Messages for showing status (downloading / upgrading) will be displayed.

4. The camera will reboot automatically after completing upgrade. Do not turn the camera off during upgrading .

 Time

 Start Time

This shows the latest system boot date and time

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 Current Time

Current date & time: Enter a new date and time and press the " Set Current Time" button to update the date & time.

 Time Format

Changes the time format. Selectable time formats are as shown below.

- YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss (Ex. 2010- 4-11 18:18:42)

- DD/MM/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Ex.11- 4-2010 18:18:42)

- MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Ex. 4-11-2010 18:18:42)

 Time Zone

Select time zone of where the system is installed. Depending on the time zone, Daylight Saving

Time will work automatically.

The current time will be displayed on remote software and recording files according to the selected time zone, not the time set on your computer.

A time zone is a region of the earth that has uniform standard time, usually referred to as the local time . By convention, time zones compute their local time as an offset from UTC (Coordinated

Universal Time). In casual use, GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) can be considered equivalent to UTC.

Local time is UTC plus the current time zone offset for the considered location.

 Automatically synchronize with NTP server

Synchronizes the system time with an NTP server using NTP (network time protocol).

The name of the NTP server should be registered on the NTP server Name.

The Network Time Protocol ( NTP ) is a protocol for synchronizing the clocks of computer systems over packet-switched, variable-latency data networks. It is designed particularly to

 Reboot resist the effects of variable latency by using a jitter buffer.

 Reboot Server

Pressing the Reboot Server button will cause the system to reboot.

Do not press the Reboot button unless the server needs a reboot.

 Factory Reset

 Factory Reset

This sets all settings to the factory default values. System log and user registrations are also cleared.

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2. Video Configuration

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 Encode

 Input Format

Select ON to display video on the monitor that is connected to the composite or HD/SD-SDI or HDMI video port.

Select an Input Format. There are 4 types of input ports:

Composite, HD-SDI (Option), SD-SDI(Option), HDMI.

Select an input format according to the input port type.

 Resolution

This features lets you select video compression resolution. Compression resolutions are different depending on input formats. The scaling option is used when compression resolution is different from input compression. Without the scaling option, the input video image will be cut according to compression resolution. On the other hand, if scaling is selected, the input video size will be adjusted to the compression resolution.

 Frame rate

This feature determines the maximum number of frames of video images to compress.

The frame rate of actually transmitted video can be affected by the network bandwidth limitation.

 Preference

Preference in video compression and transmission: With „Bit rate‟ selected, the video compression will be effected by the „Bit rate‟ value entered. With „Quality‟ selected, the video compression will be effected by the quality of image selected. Therefore, „Bit rate‟ and „Quality‟ corresponds to CBR (Constant Bit rate) and VBR (Variable Bit rate) respectively.

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 Quality

Select video quality. Eight levels of quality are available.

Quality mode (VBR encoding) adjusts the bit rate according to the image complexity, using higher bandwidth for increased activity in the video and lower bandwidth for decreased activity.

It is preferred when the activity change in the video is significant or the network capacity is insufficient to allot certain bit rate continually.

 Bit rate

Determine the bit rate value between 32 ~ 8000kbps.

Bit rate mode (CBR encoding) allows you to set a fixed target bit rate that consumes a predictable amount of bandwidth. If the network capacity is good enough to allot certain bit rate and a substantial bit rate is set, lowering quality can be prevented regardless of the activity

 I-Frame Interval

Possible values between 0 and 255. There will be no I-frames if 0 is selected. change in the video.

 H.264 Profile

Select the H.264 Profile: High Profile or Baseline Profile.

The standard defines various sets of capabilities, which are referred to as profiles, targeting specific classes of applications.

- High Profile (HiP)

This is the primary profile for broadcast and disc storage applications, particularly for high-definition television applications (for example, this is the profile adopted by the Blu-ray Disc storage format and the DVB HDTV broadcast service).

- Baseline Profile (BP)

Primarily for low-cost applications that require additional data loss robustness, this profile is used in some videoconferencing and mobile applications. This profile includes all features that are supported in the Constrained Baseline Profile, plus three additional features that can be used for loss robustness (or for other purposes such as low-delay multi-point video stream compositing).

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 Dual Encode

 Use Dual Encode

1. Select the Off button on the Enable Preview to enable to use Dual Encode.

2. Select ON to enable to use Dual Encoding.

The secondary video can be viewed on Live View window by selecting Secondary on Video selection.

 Dual Compression Algorithm

The select Secondary Video compression between H.264 and MJPEG. Maximum resolution is

720 x 480. There are eight steps for adjusting. If MJPEG is selected, only Quality mode is supported.

 Motion Detection

 Use Motion Detection

This option enables the Select Motion Detection function.

 Motion Detection Area Editing

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This feature lets you configure regions for motion detection. Regions of arbitrary shape can be configured by doing the following steps:

 Enable Edit item.

 Select Editing Mode. Set is selected to include cells to motion detection region and Erase is for excluding it.

 Select cells using the right button of your mouse. Multiple cells can be selected conveniently by pressing on the right button of your mouse and dragging it across the cells you want to select.

 Press Apply Edited Area to save the editing

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 Sensitivity

This feature sets the condition to trigger an event for motion detection. The value determines the sensitivity of the motion detection within a block: the smaller, the more sensitive.

 Information Display

System ID and/or server time can be displayed over the video window in Internet Explorer. Each item can be turned on or off separately, and the position also can be configured.

This information is displayed after the video is decompressed.

 Burn-in OSD

Insert the System ID and date/time in the compressed video . The System ID and time, respectively, can be turned on or off in the video. Position and font size can be also be selected.

 Color

This feature enables you to adjust Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Saturation.

 Output Format

The Output Format menu appears only when Enable Preview is on.

Select the Output Format for the monitor preview according to the video Input and monitor specification.

 The following output is avaliable according to video input format.

Output format

NTSC (720x480)

Available Input format

Composite NTSC, SD-SDI NTSC, HDMI

PAL (720x576) Composite PAL, SD-SDI PAL, HDMI

720p60 (1280x720)

1080i60 (1920x1080)

720p50 (1280x720)

1080i50 (1920x1080)

Composite, HD-SDI, HDMI

Composite, HD-SDI, HDMI

Composite, HD-SDI, HDMI

Composite, HD-SDI, HDMI

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3. Audio Configuration

 Algorithm

 This feature lets you select an audio algorithm between G.711 and AAC.

 Bit rate

Select the Bit rate between 64kbps and 128kbps when AAC is selected.

The sampling rate is fixed to 32KHz when AAC is selected.

Note that when a n y V S Camera or Encoder is connected to a decoder, the decoder‟s audio algorithm should be set identically to transmit audio properly.

 Mode

 This feature lets you select the audio operation mode:

Mode

Off

Tx-Only

Rx-Only

Tx & Rx

 Input Gain

 This feature lets you set the audio input gain.

Action

No operation

Transmit only

Receive only

Transmit and Receive

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 Local

 IP mode

Two IP modes are supported. Depending on the selected mode, further configuration items are available as follows:

IP Mode

Fixed IP

Selection

Local IP

Local

Gateway

Description

Fixed IP address

Gateway IP address

DHCP

Local Subnet Subnet mask

N/A

☞ Please ask for an IP address information from an ISP provider or network manager.

 DNS

 Obtain DNS server address automatically

Gets the DNS server address automatically when the IP mode is DHCP.

 Use the following DNS server addresses.

Enter the DNS server IP address.

- Primary DNS server

- Secondary DNS server

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Domain Name System ( DNS ) is a database system that translates a computer's fully qualified domain name into an IP address. Networked computers use IP addresses to locate and connect to each other, but IP addresses can be difficult for people to remember. For example, on the web, it's much easier to remember the domain name www.amazon.com than it is to remember its corresponding IP address (207.171.166.48).

Each organization that maintains a computer network will have at least one server handling DNS queries. That server, called a name server, will hold a list of all the IP addresses within its network, plus a cache of IP addresses for recently accessed computers outside the network.

 Port

 Base Port

The network base port is used for communication between systems. In order for the servers and remote systems to be connected together, the port number must be identically set.

 HTTP Port

HTTP port use for web-based connection.

 RTSP Port

Enter the RTSP port is used for RTSP-based connection. The default RTSP port is 554.

RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) is a standard for connected client(s) to control streaming data over the World Wide Web.

 Authentication

 RTSP Authentication

If RTSP Authentication is set on the network page, the user should enter the correct user ID and password when any RTSP client is connected.

 HTTP API Authentication

When HTTP API authentication set to ON , HTTP Authentication is asked for all clients which use HTTP API .

 RTP Session

 RTP (Real-Time Transport Protoco l) is an Internet protocol used for transmitting single realtime multimedia data such as audio and video to a select group of connected clients. Normally

RTSP uses RTP to format packets of multimedia content. The RTP Session menu is used when the RTP is streaming without an RTSP connection. The RTP stream will be transmitted to the destination set. The SDP (Session Description Protocol) file can be found in the server, and a client can retrieve it using an http connection.

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 SNMP

Related settings are as follows:

- Destination IP : Sets the IP Address for your destination system which will receive an RTP stream.

- Destination Port : Sets the port for your destination system which will receive an RTP stream.

- User Name : Enter the User name that will be used as the session name in the SDP file.

- File Name : Enter the file name that will be used as the name of the SDP file. Then it can be accessed through http://ServerAddress/filename

 VS-102-HDSDI can be used as an SNMP agent. It is compatible to both SNMPv1 and SNMPvec.

Settings for using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) are as follows:

- SNMP Listen Port: The port is for connecting external devices when the system operates as an SNMP client. SNMP is not used by setting 0 value.

- SNMP Trap Destination IP : Sets the SNMP Trap Destination IP.

- SNMP Trap Destination Port: Sets the SNMP Trap Destination Port.

SNMP is not used by setting 0 value.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used by network management systems to communicate with network elements. SNMP lets TCP/IP-based network management clients use a TCP/IP-based internetwork to exchange information about the configuration and status of nodes. SNMP can also generate trap messages used to report significant TCP/IP events asynchronously to interested clients. For example, a router could send a message if one of its redundant power supplies fails or a printer could send an SNMP trap when it is out of paper.

 Multicast

 Multicast IP

The multicast IP address selection range is between 224.0.1.0 and 238.255.255.255. The selection can be used only when the media protocol is set to Multicast. The Multicast menu is used for the Multicast connection request from a Decoder or CMS / NVR software to transmit a Multicast stream to the Decoder or CMS / NVR software. The Multicast address must be the same for the system to be connected using Multicast protocol.

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 DDNS

Select the DDNS (Dynamic DNS) server to use. One of two servers can be selected.

 True DNS: TrueDNS service is used in this mode. Systems can be registered on the website for TrueDNS service: http://ns1.truecam.net. The system will get a domain name of xxx.truecam.net style. Please, refer to your user guide document for more about True DNS service.

 DynDNS: DynDNS service is used in this mode. Refer www.dyndns.org for details. ID,

Password and a Domain name are needed when DynDNS is set.

Dynamic DNS is a method, protocol, or network service that provides the capability for a networked device, (such as a router or computer system using the Internet Protocol Suite), to notify a domain name server to change, in real time (ad-hoc), the active DNS configuration of its configured hostnames, addresses or other information stored in DNS.

 Check IP Disable: If “Check IP Disable” is selected, the IP Server will skip to check its own IP.

In Fixed IP mode, the set IP will be registered on the DDNS server. In DHCP mode, an Allotted IP will be registered on DDNS server.

 Bitrate Control

 When there is more than one client connected to an IP camera (or video server) and some of them do not have enough bandwidth to receive encoded stream fully, it is possible to select the way you want to stream video to clients as follows:

- Frame Drop Mode: Frames are dropped on sending routine. Only clients with limited bandwidth are affected by the dropping.

- Suppression Mode: Video encoding is suppressed. All clients are affected.

 Address Info

The following network information is displayed as (Read only):

 IP Address: This is the server's own IP address. This information is useful when the server‟s IP mode is set to DHCP.

 Domain Name: The server is registered at the DDNS server, and the registered domain name is displayed.

 MAC Address: Displays the MAC address of the server. If the server is registered at the DDNS server, the MAC address is used in DDNS registration.

 Connecting: Client IP addresses that are currently connected to the system are listed.

(1) indicates Primary streaming and (0) indicates Secondary streaming.

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 Serial Port Type and Configuration

 Serial Port type: There are two serial ports, RS-232, RS-422/485 in VS-102-HDSDI.

Select RS-422 or RS-485 in the RS-422/485 port.

 Serial Port Configuration: The serial ports can be configured as follows:

Each of the serial ports configurations must be same as the connecting device.

Mode Selection

Bitrate

2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,

115200 bps

Data Bits

Parity

5, 6, 7, 8 bits

NONE, EVEN, ODD bit

Stop Bit 1, 2 bit

 PTZ

 PTZ Type: Select the type of PTZ camera or receiver.

 PTZ ID: Since it is possible to control multiple PTZ cameras or receivers over single control line, each camera or receiver will be assigned with a unique ID. Enter the PTZ ID of a camera or receiver for control. The ID value range can be between 0 and 255.

 PTZ Port: Select the serial port used for PTZ camera control.

 Direct Keyboard Control: Keyboard controller can be connected to VS-102-HDSDI directly to the control zoom and focus.

 Sensor Type

There are two sensor input ports on the VS-102-HDSDI. Each of the sensor ports can be configured

as follows:

Function

OFF

NO (Normally

Open)

NC (Normally

Not used

Operation

The port is normally open and activated when closed.

The port is normally closed and activated

Closed) when opened.

The function of the sensor port is set based on the type of the sensor connected.

 Sensor Schedule

Each sensor port can be enabled or disabled by a day (of week) and hour unit. Sensor is disabled for grey-colored block.

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 Local & Remote Event Configuration

 The Event Configuration configures the actions for each event type. The Local section configures the actions for events from the local (self) system, and the configuration activates local devices.

Remote sections configure the actions for events from the remote (peer) system.

 The following table lists the possible actions for events:

Action

Beep

Description

Outputs beep sound using the buzzer in the system

Alarm1/Alarm2 Triggers alarm (relay) port.

E-mail

Sends E-mail to the specified address. AVI file can be attached

FTP

Preset

Upload AVI file to a specified FTP server

Moves the PTZ to associated preset position

 The Sensor1 / Sensor2 / Sensor3 / Sensor4.

Configures the actions when the sensor is activated. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

 On Video Loss

Configures the actions when the video input signal is lost. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

 On Motion

Configures the actions when motion is detected. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

 On Disconnect

Configures the actions when the link (connection) with peer system is disconnected. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

 Alarm and Beep activation duration

 Sets the duration of the alarm or beep activation in case of an event. If it is set to "continuous", it will be in an active state until an operator resets it manually.

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 E-mail Notification

Specifies the information to send to "Event Information", when E-mail is selected as an event action.

 Server Address : Enter an address of the mail (SMTP) server.

 Port: Specify a port for SMTP operation ( Port 25 is the default port in SMTP operation . If a different port is configured in the SMTP server, this port needs to be changed accordingly).

 Sender Address : Enter an account registered in the SMTP server.

 ID & password: When the server requires authentication, ID and Password of an E-mail account needs to be entered.

 Destination address : Enter the Destination address. More than one address can be entered by using a delimiting comma (,) or semi-colon (;). Destination addresses can take up to 63 characters.

 Video Clip Attaching: A video clip stored at the moment of an event can be attached as an AVI or

JPEG file format. If using dual Encoding, Primary video or Secondary video (H.264 only) can be selected.

 Number of Frame : Enter the frame number of the JPEG Capture, (from 1 to 10).

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 FTP Upload

Specify the information to upload to "Event Information", when FTP is selected as an event action.

 Server Address: Enter an address of an FTP server to receive video files.

 Port: Specify a port for FTP operation ( Port 21 is the default port in FTP operation.

If a different port is configured in the FTP server, this port needs to be changed accordingly.).

 ID & password : Enter the ID and Password for accessing the FTP server.

 Upload video: Primary video and Secondary video (H.264 only), or JPEG can be selected as an upload method.

 Continuous upload: Choosing continuous upload “on” allows the video image to be transmitted regularly, regardless of the occurrence of events.

 Number of Frame : Enter the frame number of the JPEG Capture (from 1 to 10).

 Upload duration : Specify the recording duration of a video clip to be transmitted.

 Upload interval : Specify the transmission interval.

The recording duration is not included in transmission interval. For example, if the upload interval is 60 seconds and the upload duration is 20 seconds, a video clip for 20 seconds is transmitted every 80 seconds.

 Event Record

This feature specifies the duration of recording video generated by events to send through e-mail or via upload through FTP.

 Pre-event Time: This feature lets you specify the duration of recording before an event happens.

 Post-event Time: This specifies the duration after the event is cleared.

 Max duration is 30 seconds.

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7.Preset Configuration

 Enter a name

 Move PTZ Camera to the desirable view.

 Save

 Press Set Button

You can configure up to 15 preset positions. The Preset function is not available on some PTZ receivers.

Make sure to check to see if a PTZ receiver supports Preset.

 Preset Configuration

 Set the PTZ Presets by following these steps:

 Move cameras to desired view using PTZ control buttons.

 Enter the Preset name.

 Press the Set button.

 Once all the presets are set, press the Save List button.

 Move to Preset Position

Select a preset from the Preset options and press the Go To button. The camera will then move to the selected preset position.

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USB Device

USB hard disk or memory stick can be used, and at least 1GB size is recommended.

Either the EXT3 or FAT32 file system can be used. A disk with either the EXT3 or FAT32 file system can be read in a Linux PC. However, only a memory stick with a FAT32 file system can be read in a Windows PC.

If formatting through True Manager, the disk is formatted as an EXT3. The file system could be unstable and easily broken if you format the disk in a FAT32 on a Windows PC.

* A recording feature has been added from the 102D_001 firmware version.

* Less than 4Mbps of video bit rate is recommended when you record and monitor video at the same time since it may cause frame loss.

Disk information and recording setup

Be sure to restart the system after connecting a USB disk / memory device. During booting, the system reads the status of the disk/memory device and initializes it. Once the initialization of a disk/memory device is finished, the status of disk/memory device is shown on the Record page of web-based setup.

 Disk Information

 The status of a disk or device can be checked from the Disk Manage menu of True Manager as well.

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Refer to the chart for checking the status of disk.

Disk status

Disk error detected

No disk

Searching Disk information

Error

Description

Disk is not connected to the system.

Mounting and

Recovering Disk...

Checking the status of disk. Refresh the page and wait until the status is changed.

Performing recovery process when disk damage is found.

It takes from seconds to minutes for recovery.

Disk format needed

Unknown disk type detected

USB Disk available

- (format is recommanded)

Disk is attached, but the type of the file system is unknown or damaged.

Disk or memory device is available, but formatting is recommended.

Available to be used for recording.

Disk is being formatted.

System should not be turned off during formatting.

USB Disk available

Disk formatting – Start

Disk formatting

– Progressing……

Disk formatting

– Writing inode tables 63/619

Disk formatting

– Creating journal……

Disk formatting

– Writing Superblocks……

Disk format done,

Please wait for reboot.

Disk removed or in abnormal state

Disk is detached during operation or there is damage on the file system. If it happens while the disk is connected, it is recommended that you format the disk.

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 General

 Use record - On : Recording function will be used when “ On” is selected.

- Off : Recording function will not be used when “ Off” is selected.

 Select Video: Select video streaming between Primary video and Secondary video.

 Overwrite: In overwrite option, an action can be configured when the disk is full. If Overwrite

Off is selected, recording stops automatically when there is less than 100MB free space on the disk.

If Overwrite On is selected, recording continues by deleting the oldest data first on the disk, maintaining free space of 300MB for normal operation.

 Max File Size: The Max File Size option is for limiting the size of AVI file. If the Small File Size is selected, files of small size will be generated but the numbers of the files will increase.

If the recording time is more than 10 minutes, a new file will be created even though the previous file size is smaller than selected Max File Size.

 Event Type

 Three recording modes are supported in VS-102-HDSDI: Full-time , Event , Disconnect . For Event

recording, event types can be selected among several events. Selected event type is used for

configuring the schedule table. Up to four event types can be configured and each event type

can be a combination of sensor, video loss, and motion event.

 Pre-event Time: This feature specifies the duration of recording before an event happens.

 Post-event Time: This feature specifies the duration after the event is cleared.

 Schedule Table

 Actual recording mode is determined by Schedule Table , where the recording mode is configured by the day (of a week) and time.

 Each of recording mode configures the recording operation as follows:

• Record off : No recording

• Continuous : Records continuously

• Disconnect : Data is recorded when the system loses the connection to its client (Decoder,

VMS/NVR) etc. When one of its multiple client's systems is disconnected, this doesn‟t happen.

• Event Type : Records when an event configured in Event Type setting happens.

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Checking status of recording

 Recording status can be shown on the main view page.

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 Recording status can be also shown in True Manager. When data is being recorded, Record column displays ON sign .

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Search and Playback

 Recorded File

 Recorded video and audio data can be saved as AVI format in the disk.

 In general, one AVI file is created for an event when using event-based recording. However, it is possible that recorded data by a series of events happening continuously can be merged to a single AVI file depending on pre/post event time setting. The size of file is limited to 10 ~ 200MB or

10 minutes.

 For continuous recording, AVI files are created in a series and the size of each is limited to 10

~ 200MB, or 10 minutes.

 Search

 A file currently being recorded doesn‟t appear until it is completed. For continuous recording, a file will be shown after 10 minutes from the start of the recording. A file is generated every 10 minutes.

 Press the Search Page button on the Record setup page. Dates with recording data will be shown as follows:

 First, choose the date for your search and the list of AVI files will be shown.

 The file name shows the date and time: “ Date Begin Time End Time.avi

” .

 Press Root to move back to the page with the date list.

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 Playback

 When you select an AVI file a dialog box window will appear asking you to "Open" or "Save" the file .

 When you press the Save button the file will be stored on the PC.

The AVI file can be played with Windows Media Player.

 If you press Open in the dialog box window, the file will be downloaded and played automatically with Windows Media Player.

 Another connection through the web is disabled during downloading and it is also not allowed to download two AVI files at the same time.

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 Deletion

 If you want to delete recorded files, select the files by checking the item in front of each file and press the Delete button.

 It is possible to delete multiple files at once.

Formatting Disk

 True Manager is used to format a disk which is connected to the system.

 After connecting True Manager to a system, choose Disk Manage on Tools menu .

 Check the status of the disk in the dialog box window and press Disk Format to format the disk.

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 When formatting a disk, the progress will update on the Disk Status.

The system may be rebooted depending on the situation. Once "USB Disk available" is displayed, it means that the formatting has completed successfully.

 Once formatting has started, it cannot be canceled. Even if you close Disk Manage dialog, formatting will continued.

Trouble Shooting

 There may be damage to the file system if you turn off the power of VS-102-HDSDI or disconnect the USB memory stick or USB HDD while data is being written.

 For FAT32, recording can‟t be done normally if the file system is damaged. If this happens, the disk or memory stick should be reformatted on the PC.

 For EXT3, if the trouble in the file is not serious, it can be recovered by itself. The recovery is

executed at initialization of the system. Recording is not performed while recovery is in progress.

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9. User Configuration

 User List

 A user can be registered and their privilege level can be specified.

Only and Administrative User can configure other users permissions and level of privilege access.

A maximum of 16 users can be registered and each user can have one of four privileges:

Privilege

Admin

Manager

Allowed Operations

All operations

All operations except for user configuration

Live viewing and PTZ control

Live viewing only

Remarks

User id = admin

User

Guest

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 Add User

Press the "Add" button to bring up the Add User page.

The User ID and password need to be entered and privilege level needs to be selected.

The User ID and password consist of an alphanumeric string of a maximum of 15 characters.

 Delete User

A user is deleted by pressing the Delete button.

 Change Password

Pressing Modify Password button after selecting a user shows a page for changing password.

When changing the Admin password, the old password is checked.

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 Modify Privilege Level

Pressing Modify Privilege button after selecting a user shows a page for changing the privilege. It is not allowed to change the privilege level of admin user.

 Login Policy

 Authentication Type

For user login, access algorithms can be selected: Basic or Digest

HTTP authentication based on RFC 2617 (HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access

Authentication) is supported.

 Skip Login provides for convenient access to the server when authentication is not required.

When Skip Login is set Enable the login step is skipped. The privilege level after login in this way is determined by the setting of the Privilege Level After Login Skipped .

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Decoder Configuration

Decoder Configuration

Decoder Configuration is slightly different from Encoder Configuration. Different configurations for the encoder will be explained in the Decoder Configuration.

1. System Configuration

By setting System Mode to Decoder in the System configuration, the system will reboot and start to work as a Decoder.

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2. Video Configuration

 Output format

Regardless of the input resolution of the Encoder or IP camera, the Decoder system of the

VS-102-HDSDI can display video format as follows;

 NTSC (720 x 480)

 PAL (720 x 576)

 720p60 (1280x720)

 1080p60 (1920 x 1080)

 720p50 (1280 x 720)

 1080i50 (1920 x 1080)

 Buffering

 You can store a maximum 30 decoded frames temporarily by using buffering before displaying the frames. Displaying stored frames is smoother than displaying in real time. However, displaying stored frames causes a delay because of the process of buffering.

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3.Network Configuration

The Network page of the Decoder has a section for specifying the remote system to connect to.

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 Remote Type

 Normal: Connection for M arshall Encoder and D ecoder

 RTSP/RTP: The Decoder system can make a connection though RTSP protocol and get the stream via RTP. It is also possible to make a connection with other vendors' H.264 IP cameras supporting standard RTSP/RTP and a standard H.264 algorithm.

 To make an RTSP connection, set

Remote Type to “RTSP”, enter the RTSP URL of remote system to

Remote Address, and the RTSP access port number to

Remote Port

. Currently, it supports only video.

 Media Protocol

 Select protocol used for transmission of audio and video data between the remote system and the decoder. The decoder system or VMS can choose media protocol among TCP, UDP, and Multicast.

 Remote Address

 Address of the remote system to connect.

 Port

 Port of the remote system to connect.

 Remote Channel

 The channel can be selected when the remote system has more than multiple video channels

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 Use Streaming Server

 The Decoder system has settings to connect to the Encoder or IP Camera via the Streaming Server.

Connect to the Encoder or IP Camera via Streaming Server. Use Streaming Server on the Remote group on the Network page should be set to On and information on the Streaming Server (SS) needs to be configured appropriately.

 SS IP address : IP address of Streaming server

 SS port: Enter the Port number that is set when registering Streaming server.

 SS ID: Enter the Streaming Server ID.

 SS password: Enter the Streaming Server Password.

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4. Display Configuration

 Disconnection

 The Decoder system‟s output mode on a disconnected state can be configured.

- Freeze: Video image of the last frame is shown when there is a disconnection.

- Black Screen: The Black Screen is shown when there is a disconnection.

 LED

 When you select from Video, Audio , and Serial, your choice will be indicated on the Data LED.

When data (Video or Audio or Serial) is selected, communication between the Encoder and the Decoder, the Data LED will indicate the status.

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Appendix

1. Appendix A : Sensor and Alarm Port

 Sensor Port

 Terminal Type

- Voltage Rating: 150VAC

- Current Rating : 2A

- Color : Red

 Sensor Signal Input Type

- NO Contact Signals

 Connection to External Device

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 Alarm Port

 Terminal Type

- Voltage Rating: 150VAC

- Current Rating : 2A

 Relay Type

- Contact Rating: 1A 30VDC

- Switching Power: Max 30W 62.5VA

- Switching Voltage: Max 60VDC

 Alarm Signal Output Type

- NO/NC Contact Signals

 Connection to External Device

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2. Appendix B : Serial Port

 RS-232 Port

 Port Type

-3 PIN

-Pin Arrangement

-Pin Description

Pin NO

1

2

3

Pin Name

TX

RX

GND

Description

RS232 TX(Transmit)

RS232 RX(Receive)

Ground

 RS-422/485 Port

 Port Type

-4 PIN

-Pin Diagram

-Pin Description

Pin No.

1

2

3

Pin Name

RX-

RX+

TX-

4 TX+

Description

RS422 RX-

RS422 RX+

RS422 TX- or RS485 TRX-

It is selectable by S/W Setup

RS422 TX+ or RS485 TRX+

It is selectable by S/W Setup

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