ZVR-530 - Meyertech

ZVR-530 - Meyertech
ZVR-530
USER MANUAL
ZVR-530
DC Variable Speed
Telemetry Receiver
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Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 2
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
ZVR-530 OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
TELEMETRY DATA NETWORK ................................................................................................................................... 5
CAMERA HEAD PRE-ASSEMBLY AND TESTING ..................................................................................................... 6
TELEMETRY SETUP ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
CONFIGURING THE ZVR-530 .................................................................................................................................... 12
ZVR-530 LOGIN ........................................................................................................................................................... 16
MAIN MENU ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
DISPLAY SETUP MENU ............................................................................................................................................. 17
ALARM SETUP MENU ................................................................................................................................................ 19
ALARM SETUP MENU ................................................................................................................................................ 20
MOTOR CONTROL MENU .......................................................................................................................................... 21
FEEDBACK SETUP MENU ......................................................................................................................................... 26
AUTOMATED FUNCTIONS MENU ............................................................................................................................. 29
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS MENU................................................................................................................................ 35
EXTENDED FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 41
SERIAL CAMERA INTERFACE .................................................................................................................................. 41
IRIS INTERFACE ......................................................................................................................................................... 42
AUDITING MENU ......................................................................................................................................................... 44
APPROVALS AND STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................... 45
SPECIFICATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 46
FACTORY SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................. 48
MOUNTING TEMPLATE .............................................................................................................................................. 51
SERVICING AND SUPPORT....................................................................................................................................... 53
WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................................................. 55
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Safety Precautions
1. Carefully read this Product Manual prior to commencing installation and configuration.
2. Before working on this product, power it down and remove the power leads. Removing the module
or PCB’s from their environmental enclosure may cause damage to the product and present an
electric shock and fire hazard.
3. To reduce the risk of electric shock and fire hazard do not operate this product without the protection
of a suitable environmental enclosure.
4. Do not install or operate the product near water.
5. Do not install or operate this equipment outside, unless it is fitted inside a suitable environmental
enclosure E.G. IP rated camera housing.
6. Only install this equipment into a suitable environmental enclosure.
7. If work is carried out on the product with environmental enclosure panels and covers removed
ensure full electrostatic handling procedures are adhered to.
8. Ensure the product is operated in a suitably temperature controlled environment within the
specification limits.
9. Do not operate the product in humidity greater then 90%.
10. Do not drop objects of any kind onto the product when installing it. This may cause electric shock,
fire hazard or product malfunction.
11. Avoid liquid spillages on the product. This may cause electric shock, fire hazard or product
malfunction.
12. Never attempt to service this product yourself. This product contains no serviceable parts. Refer all
servicing requirements to the Meyertech Service Centre or appointed Meyertech Service Agent
13. Do not operate this product if
13.1. Any product power leads are damaged.
13.2. If the product has been exposed to rain.
13.3. If the product has been dropped or the assembly has been damaged.
13.4. If liquid has been spilt on the product.
13.5. If the product has malfunctioned or is not operating to its functional specification.
14. This product must only be operated with the power supply provided or if supplied without a power
supply, by the type of power source indicated in the specification.
15. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product and in this manual.
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THIS PRODUCT MUST BE EARTHED!
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WARNING: This product may be used to switch hazardous mains voltages. When working on this product
use extreme caution and observe Health and Safety at work practices.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this product. The following instructions will guide you through the installation and
configuration of your ZoneVu ZVR-530 telemetry receiver. Please carefully read the rest of this manual before
attempting to operate this product. This will ensure that the best performance is obtained.
What is a ZVR-530?
Meyertech’s ZVR-530 receiver continues in the tradition of Meyertech telemetry receivers.
Building on the virtues of the ZVR-510, itself an industry icon, the ZVR-530 does not disappoint.
All aspects of the ZVR-510 specification have been
significantly improved to provide even more features made
possible by harnessing leading-edge embedded CPU
technology coupled with precisely developed firmware to
deliver a blend of performance and refinement which will
challenge your concept of camera control.
Improvements in performance include independent Pan, Tilt
and Lens speeds providing the operator unparalleled levels of
control.
Enhanced alarm management facilities now mean that
alarms can be handled locally by the ZVR-530, reported
centrally to a site or reported Intersite when managed by the
ZoneVu Site Controller family of products.
With the complexity of today’s camera heads one of the ZVR530’s major benefits is the ability to remotely configure and
backup the plethora of features today’s digital cameras offer.
The features described in this manual refer to :
Version 1.21.0.5 of the ZVR-530 firmware
KEY FEATURES
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Variable speed DC drive telemetry
receiver
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Compact camera housing design
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Independent Pan, Tilt and Lens speed
control with configurable Zoom sensitive
speed scaling
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Multiple Dynamic Privacy Zones
configurable to be Opaque or have
Variable Translucency
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Configurable Patrols and Mimics
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Accurate 10 bit preset positions
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Pan and Tilt End Stops
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Timeout facilities
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2-wire or 4 wire
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Supports multiple control protocols
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Diagnostic facilities
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Static and Dynamic captions
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Support for digital camera configuration
and backup
The information in this manual is believed to be accurate and reliable. However,
Meyertech Limited assumes no responsibility or liability for its use, or for any
infringement of patents or other rights of third parties, which may result from its use.
No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent or other rights of
Meyertech. All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
•
Independent PIN protected configuration
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6 Contact alarms + video loss
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Local alarm handling
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Remote alarm reporting
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6 Relays
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Remote configuration and backup via
Meyertech’s Mpower software
MEYERTECH LIMITED are committed to continuous product
development and therefore reserve the right to change
specifications without notice.
2003-14 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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16-bit embedded processing power
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ZVR-530 Overview
The ZoneVu ZVR-530 telemetry receiver is a composite assembly comprising four PCBs:
P104 PCB Microprocessor board
P105 PCB Video processor board
P106 PCB Head and lens driver board
P107 PCB Motherboard
The P104 board contains the CPU, ROM and RAM circuitry. It is a SMD multi-layer PCB.
The P105 is the video processing circuit and is responsible for providing features such as OSD, privacy zones, dynamic text
and configuration menus. The camera video fail alarm is also monitored here.
The P106 drives the Pan and Tilt head and lens functions, Zoom, Focus and Iris. All drives provide full independent variable
speed control with the exception of the Iris function, which is dual speed. The P106 also provides control of the Iris
auto/manual facility.
WARNING: Do not short the outputs of the function drivers. This will result in damage to the particular
driver IC. Also ensure that braked heads are wired in polarity phase with the output drives.
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If you are in any doubt regarding Head and Lens connections, contact our support staff on +44 (0) 1724
278833
P107 is the Motherboard. It contains the power circuitry, glue logic, serial communications ports, alarm processing circuitry
and various relays for camera auxiliary functions such as Wipe. The three PCBs plug into the P107 and secure with screws.
The whole ZVR-530 assembly is mounted onto an aluminium bracket. The bracket serves three purposes:
1. The easy to install bracket incorporates universal mountings allowing it to be mounted either horizontally or vertically.
2. It acts as a heat sink for the various PSU components. It also provides an earth bonding point.
3. Provides mechanical rigidity for the ZVR-530 assembly.
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Telemetry Data Network
The ZoneVu telemetry data network can be either RS422 or RS485 and either Simplex or Half-Duplex. Depending on which
type of network you have or intend to have will determine how the receivers will be connected. For an RS485 network, the
receivers MUST be wired in a ‘daisy-chain’ fashion to preserve the characteristics of the RS485 network. RS422 is generally
more tolerant and in some circumstances can be either ‘daisy-chain’ or ‘star’ wired.
Correct Termination of the data line is also very important to prevent ‘standing waves’ and reflection:
1. For RS422 daisy chain connection, terminate the last ZVR-530 RX input on the line into 120R.
2. For RS485 daisy-chain connection, terminate the last ZVR-530 RX input on the line into 120R.
3. For RS422 star connection, terminate all ZVR-530 RX input’s on the line into 120R x the number of receivers
connected EG for 10 receivers terminate each one into 1K2 and ensure the on-board ZVR-530 termination is
switched off on all receivers.
Note the ZVR-530 has an on board 120R termination resistor which can be remotely switched on or off.
The ZoneVu equipment driving the telemetry network will be one of the following models:
ZVM-164
which can drive up to 16 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex only
ZVM-328
which can drive up to 32 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex only
ZSC-500
which can drive up to 128 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex/half duplex RS485 half duplex
ZSC-1000
which can drive up to 256 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex/half duplex RS485 half duplex
ZVS-MSI-48 which can drive up to 192 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex/half duplex RS485 half duplex
ZVK-007
which can drive up to 64 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex only
ZVK-77D
which can drive up to 64 ZVR-530’s RS422 simplex only
It should be remembered at this point exactly how important the network cabling is to the overall performance of any system
and, indeed to the quoted performance of any particular piece of equipment connected to the network, including telemetry
receivers. Care should therefore be taken to plan cabling routes properly and the use of the correct type of data cable is
imperative. Meyertech recommend:
RS422 / RS485 - Beldon 1-pair 9841, 2-pair 9502, 1-pair 8761 or equivalent
A common misconception with RS422 and RS485 networks is that no 0V connection is required between the transmitting
equipment and the receiving equipment, and that only the data pair is required! Well actually this WILL work on your bench,
but when you come to install it in the field it may or may not work. The reason for this is basic electrical principles. It will work
on the bench because the earth potential difference will be within that specified by the IC manufacturers. In the field it may
well be outside the specification, all be it intermittently. Any electrical circuit requires a ‘return-path’ to work. On the bench this
is achieved via the mains earth circuit. In the field there maybe a potential difference between the two earth points of 50 volts
or more, which is well outside the IC specification for it to function correctly. Normally the outer screen of the data cable can
be used as the 0VDC cable but in noisier environments it is important to use a separate cable even If it means a third pair. In
this instance the outer shield should be connected to ‘dirty’ earth at one end only!
Turnaround time
The ZVR-530 has a data turnaround time of approximately 1ms.
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VICTA-ZoneVu ‘down the coax’ telemetry, is not directly supported by the ZVR-530. If you want to be able to control the
ZVR-530 via VICTA (which may be the case if you are using a ZVM-328 matrix) you will require a ZVD-V42-ZV VICTA to
RS422 ZoneVu driver module, which should be located at the receiver end. Note. When controlling the ZVR-530 via VICTA
certain advanced feature and functionality will not be available EG alarm reporting, camera configuration ETC.
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Camera Head Pre-assembly and Testing
It is important to consider the time and expense that can be saved by pre-assembling and testing the ZVR-530, pan and tilt
head, lens and camera prior to installation on-site. Pre-assembly normally involves the following tasks (in no particular order):
1. Fixing the camera and lens into the camera housing.
2. Fixing the ZVR-530 into the camera housing.
3. Fixing the camera housing onto a DC pan & tilt head.
4. Producing the wiring harness for the ZVR-530, P&T head, Camera and lens.
5. Initial self test
6. Network configuration and testing
7. Advanced features configuration
Installation
The ZVR-530-PCB has been designed to be installed within the camera housing. There are a number of technical and nontechnical reasons for this. Firstly from a performance perspective it is important to understand that the best performance of
the receiver is achieved when it is located as close as possible to the camera, lens and pan and tilt head. The reasoning
behind this is that the further away the ZVR-530 is located E.G. in a weatherproof box tens of meters away, the longer the
cable needed to connect back to the camera functions. Long cable runs will introduce potential differences and noise, both of
which will affect performance. Secondly the temperature and humidity are controlled inside a camera housing which is a good
environment for the ZVR-530 to live in. Thirdly the appearance of the complete camera head assembly is cleaner and more
aesthetically pleasing. Finally it will save you money! Meyertech therefore strongly recommend installing the ZVR-530 inside
the camera housing.
Installing the ZVR-530 is straightforward due to the universal mounting bracket it is attached to. A template for the universal
bracket can be found towards the end of the manual.
If the ZVR-530 is installed inside a weatherproof box the cabling to the ZVR-530 MUST be segregated according to their
function E.G. you would not want to mix mains with the head feedback cabling. The correct type of cables should also be
chosen according to function EG you would choose a screened cable for head feedback functions and similarly a coax cable
for the video. Never be tempted to run all the functions in a multicore cable. To help wire the ZVR-530 use the connection
diagram provided with this manual.
Power
The ZVR-530 should be powered from 24VAC 50Hz +/-10%. Meyertech can supply, a suitable toroidal transformer, Part
number ZVR-530-PSU.
The power circuitry of the ZVR-530 is designed to withstand short power dips of up to 500ms (dependant on loading) without
interruption to it’s normal operation. If interruptions of 100% to the input power occur (i.e. not short power-dips), a full ordered
power cycle is required to ensure correct operation. A full power cycle must include a minimum of 3 seconds with the power
disconnected to allow the circuits to discharge.
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Installation Menus
Once all the cabling has been connected to the ZVR-530, head, lens and camera it can be tested using the self-test which
allows the receiver to be exercised without the need for it to be connected to a ZoneVu controller.
To do this, simply plug a monitor into the video output of the receiver and press the self-test button once to activate the
Installation Menu.
Navigation of the menus using the self-test button is easily achieved by following
these simple guidelines
Press and release the button once to display the Installation Menu.
To cycle down the menu press and release the button again.
To select a menu option press and hold down the button for a second before
releasing it.
When setting the address if the button is pressed and held down for more than 3
seconds the address will automatically increment itself.
To exit a menu or complete a setting, cycle through the menu until FINISH starts
flashing. Now press and hold down the button for 1sec before releasing it.
Auto Test
INSTALLATION MENU
Select Auto-Test from the menu.
This tests the basic PTZF
functions by automatically cycling
through and exercising each of them
for a few seconds. When the Auto
Test is complete the Installation
Menu is automatically exited.
Auto Test
Test Facilities
Address:
6
Network Settings
Serial Camera
Factory Settings
FINISH
Test Facilities
From the Test Facilities menu you can test manually the functions Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus, different speed settings can
also be tested from this menu.
Selecting any of the menu options Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus will display a menu similar to the one shown below.
TEST FACILITIES
TEST DIRECTION
Pan Left
Pan right
Speed
FINISH
7
: 22
ZVR-530
Pan
Tilt
Zoom
Focus
Communications
Privacy Screen
Text Screen
FINISH
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To exercise each function manually cycle through the menu until the option you require is flashing. Now select the function.
The ZVR-530 will exercise the function until you select FINISH.
To change the speed, highlight it in the normal way and then select it. You can now step through the speed range of 1-32.
When the speed reaches 32 it will loop back to 1 at the next step.
TEST Communications
Test Communication
Network port
SIP port
FINISH
Selecting the Communications menu
will display the Test Communications menu.
To begin a test cycle through the menu
and select the desired test, the receiver
will then begin the test. Once the test has
been completed the result will be shown ,
either “PASSED” or “FAILED”.
“NOTE” Before a communication test can be started a loopback connector is required, this makes sure that the Telemetry
Receiver sends and receives the same data and compares the two. If any data is lost the communication test fails.
Network port (RS422 and RS485)
Legend:
Connection =
SIP port
Connection for ZVR-530 RS232
Connection for ZVR-530 RS485
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Privacy and Text Screen
The privacy and text screen tests are
primarily for factory testing. A grid is
drawn on the screen to test the privacy
zone or captioning generating chip.
Press the button to return to the previous menu.
Press Button To Continue
Telemetry Setup
Before the ZVR-530 can be connected to a ZoneVu controller (see Telemetry Data Network) some basic network
configuration needs to be carried out.
The simplest way to do this is on the bench with a monitor connected the video output of the ZVR-530.
Setting the Address
As with all equipment which communicates over a network, ZVR-530 requires a unique network address. The valid address
range for the ZVR-530 is 1 to 4096. To set the address, first highlight and select the Address option in the Installation Menu.
INSTALLATION MENU
Auto Test
Test Facilities
Address
:0001
Network Settings
Network Protocol : ZoneVu
Serial Camera
Factory Settings
FINISH
Once selected the current address is re-displayed as a 4-digit
number, with the first digit flashing.
To change the first digit, press the button repeatedly until the correct
number is displayed.
To move onto the next digit, press and hold the button down for 1
second.
After the last digit has been changed, press and hold the button
down for 1 second to return to the installation menu. The address is
set immediately.
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“NOTE” Setting the address for older versions of the Software/Hardware may vary; therefore please refer to Users Manual
that was supplied with the original product.
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Network Settings
The network settings of the ZVR-530 can be configured to interface to different types of data transmission network. Both the
network type and BAUD rate can be altered here. Navigate the menu as previously to select and configure each setting.
The MODE can be set to either RS485, which requires a single
half-duplex data link or to RS422 which requires a single half-duplex
data link but with a separate transmit and receive channel.
The Baud rate can be manually set to either 2400, 4800, 9600,
19200 or 38400 Baud. Alternatively the Baud rate can be set to
auto for Meyertech equipment which supports auto selection.
With this option set the ZVR-530 auto detects the Baud rate.
NETWORK SETTINGS
Protocol
Mode
Baud Rate
Termination
FINISH
: ZoneVu
: RS485
: 9600
: On
The ZVR-530 incorporates on-board termination to terminate the data
line when the network is either daisy chained or a single receiver is
connected to a driver.
Network Protocol
The ZVR-530 can use five different Network protocols; these are ZoneVu, Old ZoneVu, Pelco P, Pelco D and Forward Vision
(subject to change). Please refer to “ZVR-530 Supported Receiver Protocols” for further information.
Selecting the Serial Camera Interface
The ZVR-530 supports a serial interface to specified camera types.
The ZVR-530 firmware contains all the drivers for supported cameras, however as the electrical interface to cameras differs,
this must be specified at time of order:
1. RS422/485
2. RS232
The range of cameras supported is constantly under development, details of currently supported models and features
supported can be found in the Meyertech document ZVR-530 Supported Cameras.
To setup the serial camera interface, select the Serial Camera option. You will see the following menu.
SERIAL CAMERA
Selecting the camera type will cycle through all available types. The
Mode is automatically updated to show the default for the selected
camera.
The Mode option can be selected to change the default mode :
RS422, RS485 or RS232. This option does not take account of the
actual hardware type of the receiver; if a RS422/485 receiver has
been order, the RS232 option should not be selected.
Camera type :
Mode
:
JVC
RS422
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Load Factory Defaults
LOAD FACTORY DEFAULTS
Cancel
Confirm
If you become unsure of the current configuration then the ZVR530 can be restored to its factory settings.
This should only be done as a last resort though because
ALL previously configured data will be lost.
IE factory defaults will be restored including the address.
To load factory defaults select Confirm, otherwise select Cancel
to return to the Installation Menu.
When you use the self-test button to load factory
defaults, ALL configured data is lost, including the
receiver address.
When you load factory defaults over the network,
IE when the ZVR-530 is connected to a ZoneVu
network the receiver address is not restored to its
default value. This may save you a trip out to the
receiver site!
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Configuring the ZVR-530
The advanced features of ZVR-530 configuration are achieved when connected to a ZoneVu controller. This maybe in a
ZoneVu system on-site or when connected directly to a keyboard.
To configure the advanced features of the ZVR-530 you will require access to a System keyboard such as the ZVK-007 or
ZVK-77 connected either directly to the receiver or via a ZoneVu controller such as the ZSC-1000 or ZVM-328. When
connected via a video matrix make sure to first select the receiver to a monitor within your view as configuration is via on
screen menus.
The configuration menus of the receiver can also be accessed by most keyboards & control software capable of controlling
the receiver. See section ‘Configuration using any other controller’.
Configuration using a ZVK-77
To configure the ZVR-530 using a ZVK-77 system keyboard you will first need to access the two ZVR Configs. Menus shown
below. To do this you will need to log onto the keyboard at the relevant level which permits access to the Program / Setup
option. For further details please refer to the relevant section in the ZVK-77 User and configuration manual for how to access
the ZVR Config. Menus.
ZVK-77 LCD SCREEN (Menu A)
Engineer
Type
ZVR-x30
ZVR Config
Site (local)
Monitor
Camera 1
1
Start
Config
Change
Monitor
Menu Option
Engineer
ZVR Config.
Type ZVR-x30
Start config
Select Camera
Change Monitor
Select
Site
Toggle pot
display
Description
The name of the current user logged onto the ZVK-77
The current menu
Select this to change receiver type
Select to start configuration
Select this option if you wish to configure a different ZVR-530
Select this option if you want to change to display the ZVR-530 menus on a different
monitor
Select this option if you want to configure a ZVR-530 on a different site
Turn on the displaying of the feedback potentiometer values
ZVR-530
Select Site
Toggle Pot Display
Select
Camera
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ZVK-77 SCREEN (Menu B)
Engineer
ZVR Config
Last
Menu
Left
Menu Option
Engineer
ZVR Config.
Last Menu
Left
Up
Select
Down
Right
Restart config
Site
Restart
config
Up
Select
Down
Right
Description
The name of the current user logged onto the ZVK-77
The current menu
Select to display the last ZVR-530 configuration menu (or exit)
Navigate the on screen menu. Move Left
Navigate the on screen menu. Move Up
Select the menu option
Navigate the on screen menu. Move Down
Navigate the on screen menu. Move Right
Return to the top level menu
Displays the current site you are on
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Configuration using a ZVK-007
To configure the ZVR-530 using a ZVK-007 system keyboard you will first need to access the ZVR Config. Menu . To do this
you will need to log onto the keyboard at the Supervisor Level, which permits access to programming functions such as ZVR
Config. For further details on how to do this please refer to the relevant section in the ZVK-007 User Manual. Then follow the
‘ZVK-007 Users Manual-Addendum’ instructions given below.
ZVK-007 USERS MANUAL - ADDENDUM
ZVR CONFIG allows camera receivers to be configured from the comfort of the keyboard by utilizing the camera receiver
OSD (On Screen Display)
The display will show
STEP 1
SUPERVISOR
CONFIGURATION
LEVEL
ZVR CONFIG
Press the ENT key the display will show
SUPERVISOR
510 CONFIG MONITOR-1
LEVEL
ESC TO EXIT CAMERA -1
STEP 2
Select the camera you want to configure using the numeric keypad and pressing the ENT key.
STEP 3
Press the MODE key. The display will change to
SUPERVISOR
510 CONFIG
MONITOR-1
LEVEL
PROG TO SELECT
CAMERA -1
STEP 4
Press the PROG key to select the type of receiver: ZVR-510, ZVR-530, or ZVR-500
STEP 5
Press the MODE key. The display will change to
STEP 6
SUPERVISOR
530 CONFIG
MONITOR-1
LEVEL
PROG TO CONFIG
CAMERA -1
Press the PROG key to access the camera receiver OSD. The display will show
ACCESS GRANTED and then ZVR TALK MODE
STEP 7-8
The operation of the menus varies according to the receiver type.
ZVR-530 Navigation
Follow the OSD Menus to configure the camera receiver.
ZVR-530
STEP 7
The currently selected option is shown in flashing text: Use UP and DOWN to move the selection, and press
SELECT to choose the current selection.
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Selecting a menu displays different options, selecting an option allows it to be changed. Options, which
require text or numeric input, will clear ready for input when selected. Otherwise the option toggles through
the choices each time it is selected.
Text and numbers can be entered directly from the keypad. The Shift key toggles between text and numeric
modes and the DEC key between upper and lowercase text.
To cancel input or return to the previous menu, use the CANCEL key. Note: using CANCEL in the main
menu screen, exits configuration mode.
STEP 8
When you have completed configuring the receiver, press the ESC key to exit ZVR CONFIG.
ZVR-530 Menu
Navigation
UP
DOWN
LEFT
RIGHT
SELECT
CANCEL
ZVK-007 Key
LIVE / Joystick up
ENC / Joystick down / DEL
PIP / Joystick left
ACT / Joystick right
ENT / Zoom in
HOLD / Zoom out
Configuration using any other controller
To configure the ZVR-530 using any other keyboard or control software you will first need to have access to the command
used to store preset 95. This command will put the receiver into it’s main configuration menu.
To navigate the menu system and make changes, use the commands shown in the table below.
Keyboard Action
Joystick Up
Joystick Down
Joystick Left
Joystick Right
Joystick Zoom In
Joystick Zoom Out
Recall preset 0 – 9
Usage
Navigate the menu. Move Up
Navigate the menu. Move Down
Navigate the menu. Move Left
Navigate the menu. Move Right
Select the current menu option
Return to previous menu
Cancel number entry
Enter a number (0 – 9) in a menu option. The option
must be selected first.
To exit the menu & return to normal operation of the receiver, navigate to the main menu screen & select ‘Last Menu’. There
is no action necessary to confirm the changes. All changes are stored as they are made in the menus.
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ZVR-530 Login
If the ZVR-530 Configuration Protection feature has been enabled you will see the menu below which asks you to enter a
PIN. This feature protects the ZVR-530 from any unauthorised configuration.
LOGIN
Access Denied
Enter PIN code: 8888
Using the Numeric keypad of your keyboard enter the PIN
for that particular receiver. Failure to enter the correct PIN will
result in the error message ‘Access Denied’ being displayed.
If the ZVR-530 Configuration Protection feature is disabled the first menu you will see is the Main Menu.
Main Menu
The first menu you will see once you have successfully logged in is the Main Menu (shown below). From this menu you can
access the rich array of features the ZVR-530 has to offer. Whenever you configure an option the ZVR-530 internal database
is updated and the change takes effect immediately. All configuration data is stored in what is commonly referred to as nonvolatile memory, which simply means that when power to the ZVR-530 is removed the configuration data is not lost. Typically
configured data in the ZVR-530 can be retained for up to ten years without loss!
The latest generation of ZoneVu ZSC products allow the full ZVR-530 database to be downloaded to a PC using Mpower, a
PC application which allows you to configure, backup and restore ZoneVu system data. Once downloaded the database can
be archived for future use by service and maintenance personnel.
Each option shown in the Main Menu will have a number of sub-menus associated with it. The number of sub-menus will
depend on the complexity of the feature to be configured. You can exit ZVR-530 configuration from any menu, you do not
have to return to the Main menu.
MAIN MENU
Menus which have configuration data fields display
the currently set status.
Display Setup
Alarm Setup
Motor Control
Feedback Setup
Automated Functions
Advanced Functions
Auditing
When you change the configuration of a particular
parameter, the implementation is immediate.
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Display Setup Menu
The Display Menu allows you to
configure the On Screen Display
(OSD) features of the ZVR-530.
From this sub-menu you have
options to program a descriptive
camera caption, decide where the
caption will be displayed on screen,
where alarm information will be
displayed and change the
appearance of the display.
DISPLAY MENU
Edit Caption
Caption Display
Alarm Display
Command Display
Position Display
Set Display Area
Set Privacy Area
Set Display Colours
Options are also provided to
display telemetry command
confirmation. Also the whole
display area can be moved and
its size set.
Edit Caption
A descriptive caption can be programmed into the ZVR-530 which is displayed at all times. The caption provides unique
identification of the camera signal anywhere in the system. Another benefit of labelling the camera ‘at source’ is the caption is
not susceptible to interference (often seen on the screen as tearing or bouncing captions) due to long cable runs and
transmission paths.
The caption can be up to 14 characters long. When you enter
the Edit Caption menu a cursor will be flashing at the end of the
current caption. To delete characters from the caption use the
Clear button on the keyboard.
EDIT CAPTION
Caption: Mtech ZVR-530
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + LOWER
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
LOWER – Select this option to toggle between Uppercase and
Lowercase.
SPACE - Select to insert a space
DONE - When you are happy with the caption you have
Entered select Done to save your new caption. You
Will also be returned to the previous menu.
QUIT - Lets you exit the menu without having to configure a
New caption.
Caption Display
Alarm Display
Command Display
Position Display
All text displayed by the receiver during normal operation falls into one of these four categories. The appearance of the text in
each category can be configured separately using these four identical sub menus.
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Caption Display controls the fixed caption, which is setup using the Edit Caption option above.
Alarm Display controls captions triggered by the alarm inputs, loss of video or approaching endstops.
Command Display controls the display of camera commands as they are received from the ZoneVu controller as
confirmation of the operator action.
Position Display controls dynamic captions and preset labels.
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Each of these options uses the menu shown below to control the display options of the particular type of text selected.
SETUP TEXT DISPLAY
Display
: ON
Alignment : LEFT
Background : OFF
Set Position
Each caption type can be switched On or Off using the Display option.
For example to stop the receiver showing confirmations of any
commands received, switch the Command Display to Off.
To position a caption on the screen first choose left or right Alignment.
Using right alignment on the right side of the display and left on the left
will help keep the centre of the screen clear of text.
Switching on the Background option displays the text on a shaded
block. This helps it to stand out over a variety of scenes.
Selecting Set Position will display the menu shown on the right.
Using the navigation keys Up, Down, Left and Right the text
position can be moved to any part of the screen.
There are 16 rows and 35 columns available.
Text Position
The flashing letter shows where the text is aligned to.
Note that text is never split across lines. So positioning right aligned
text towards the left of the screen or left aligned text towards the
right will result in the position being adjusted to prevent wrapping.
The installer should take care to leave enough space between each
type of text to accommodate the maximum length of 14 characters.
Once the text is in the correct position use the Last Menu key or
Cancel key to return.
Set Display Area
Set Privacy Area
Set Display / Privacy Area allows the user to configure over what area of the monitor textual or privacy information will be
displayed.
The overall size and position of the OSD is indicated by the
white chequered pattern.
Using the navigation keys Down, Up, Left and Right, the
display can be set to the particular position required.
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Set Display Colours
DISPLAY COLOUR MENU
Character Colour
Character Border
Privacy Colour
Character Colour allows you to adjust the greyscale level of the
captioning including all text on the screen.
Character Border adjusts the greyscale level of the fringing
around the edges of each character, or the background block if
enabled.
Privacy Colour effect only the greyscale level of the privacy
zones when displayed.
The appearance of privacy zones is affected
separately by the translucency option within the
privacy setup menu.
Adjusting the privacy colour only affects the shade
of the zone and does not allow the underlying
picture to be seen. This is controlled by translucency.
Each option displays either sample text or privacy zone on the screen and prompts you to ‘Pan to change colour’. The left &
right keys can also be used.
The current colour setting is also displayed in the range 0 to 15.
Moving left or right increases or decreases the colour setting & updates the sample text / privacy zone in real time.
WARNING: Character Colour & Border affects all text display from the receiver.
Setting both to a shade indistinguishable from the background will result in the inability to view
the setup menus.
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Alarm Setup Menu
Provided as standard on the ZVR-530 are six contact type alarm inputs, a dedicated Tamper contact type alarm input and a
video fail alarm, which automatically detects the loss of video from the camera. Complemented by the powerful alarm
management facilities, the ZVR-530 can be configured to provide a formidable array of event driven alarm responses.
Alarm inputs can be independently configured to trigger on contact closure or contact opening. Each alarm input can also be
disabled to eliminate false alarms when work is being carried out in the alarmed area. When an alarm occurs the
programmed alarm caption is displayed on screen. If more than one alarm is active at any one time the OSD cycles between
the alarm captions displaying each one in turn for a period of time.
Event management of alarms is configured from the Action option. Events can be configured on an alarm by alarm basis
making it the most powerful receiver we have developed to date. Alarms can be managed locally, centrally or both when the
ZVR-530 is connected to a ZSC-500 or ZSC-1000 ZoneVu Site Controller. For example certain alarm inputs may require the
action of two cameras to provide full coverage of the incident. In this instance the ZSC-XXXX would be configured to request
alarm status from the camera on a regular basis and the ZVR-530 Action option would be set to None. Upon receipt of the
alarm the ZSC-XXXX could instruct both cameras to recall a preset or execute a patrol to monitor the area in alarm.
Alternatively the ZVR-530 can be configured to manage the alarm independently without any intervention from the ZoneVu
system. The final option, if the ZSC-XXXX has been configured to request alarm status from receivers in the system and the
receiver Action option has been configured, is for both local and central management to be performed.
ALARM MENU
Alarm
Trigger State
- Used to select one of the eight alarms available,
Tamper, Alarm 1, Alarm 2, Alarm 3, Alarm 4, Alarm 5,
Alarm 6 and Video Loss. Press the Select key to cycle
through the and view the settings of each alarm.
To configure alarm input settings, first cycle
through until the alarm you wish to configure is
displayed, then select the option you wish to change.
Alarm
: Tamper
Trigger State : Closed
Trigger Time : 50ms
Text
: Tamper
Display
: Enabled
Action
: Home
Preset /
: 1
Patrol
- Use the Select key to set the Trigger State to either
Closed, Disabled or Open.
Trigger Time - The Trigger Time parameter is used to reduce the number of false alarms due to ‘contact bounce’ from the
alarm source. The trigger time is important as it validates the alarm source. After the alarm is initially
triggered the source is checked again after the Trigger Time. If the alarm is STILL triggered after the Trigger
time has elapsed the alarm is accepted as a valid alarm. To set the Trigger Time select Trigger Time and
enter a time period in the range of 10 to 990ms.
Text
- Each alarm input can be programmed with its own unique text label (14 characters maximum)
Display
- Using this option you can enable and disable the Alarm Text display. If set to on the alarm Text is displayed
when an alarm is activated. Use the Select key to Enable and Disable the display of alarm text.
Action
- Action determines what action the ZVR-530 takes for each active alarm input. A number of options are
available, Recall a Preset, start an Ordered Patrol, start a Random Patrol, start a Mimic Patrol, No
action or return to Home position.
Preset
- If Action is set to recall a Preset or a Patrol enter the Preset or Patrol number here. If Action is set to None
N/A will be displayed (Not Available). To enter a Preset or Patrol select the option and enter a number
(using the numeric keypad) which is relevant to the Action function.
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Motor Control Menu
The Motor setup menu provides comprehensive configuration facilities to drive the pan and tilt head and lens. The reasons
behind this are that every pan and tilt head, even when of the same type and from the same manufacturer, have different
characteristics, due for example to motors being under-wound / over-wound and mechanical differences due to tolerances in
manufacture. The characteristics of the head will also change over time, once the head has been run, for instance the
gearbox will become looser. To address these issues the ZVR-530 is equipped with an array of parameters, which can be
adjusted to ensure optimum performance is achieved and maintainable over a period of time. In general, our experience has
shown that lenses do not suffer to the same degree from this issue.
The ZVR-530 incorporates proportional variable speed control (PWM technology) to drive the pan, tilt, zoom and focus
motors. Before connecting the pan and tilt head and lens to the ZVR-530 confirm they are compatible with PWM drives.
Manual iris are often galvonomic in their operation and cannot be driven by PWM. The ZVR-530 therefore incorporates a
linear iris drive which provides dual proportional speed control for this function.
The are two separate submenu’s used to setup the motor, one is to
configure head settings(Pan, Tilt Up, Tilt Down), the other is used to
configure Lens settings(Focus, Zoom). Most of the settings are the
same in each menu, therefore the functionality is not repeated in the
manual descriptions.
You will notice when browsing the Head Setup menu below that there
are separate options for tilt down and tilt up. Although probably obvious
this is because of gravity. When tilting down gravity is helping to
accelerate the head, when tilting up gravity is working against us
making the head heavier to drive We need to define therefore different
settings for both tilt up and tilt down. This is the only axis which
requires independent settings.
MOTOR SETUP MENU
Head Setup
Lens Setup
PT Zoom scaling: Off
Test Drive
Zoom dependent Pan and Tilt Scaling – Options of Off, Low, Medium and High. This feature reduces the pan and tilt
speed of the head when the lens is zoomed in. The implementation of the feature is such that the speed change is gradual
beyond a certain point in the zoom range and even at the highest zoom level, the speed is still variable. Low scaling is
suitable for lenses with low magnification whilst the highest setting is aimed at lenses with a high magnification.
NOTE! Feedback directions must be correctly configured and a compete 3D
calibration must be done before this feature will work. To get maximum benefit from
this feature, it is advisable to set the minimum speed correctly.
Axis - Axis refers to Pan, Tilt down, Tilt up, Zoom and Focus axis
each of which can be configured to suit a particular head and lens. As
you cycle through each axis using the Select key the current
configuration of each axis is displayed.
+ve Feedback sense - This option allows the polarity of the head to be
reversed with respect to joystick movement. E.G. if you find that the
head moves left when you move the joystick right you can change this
here. Use the Select key to set the configuration you require. This also
applies to the lens.
HEAD SETUP MENU
Axis
: Pan
+ve Feedback sense : Right
Damping
: Low
Sensitivity
: Low
Set Min. speed
Customise
Slow factor
: 50
Test slow mode
Brake Time
: 20
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Damping - This feature controls the deceleration of the camera head,
by stopping the head slowly over a pre-defined distance rather than
suddenly stopping the head. This facility helps to reduce wear and tear of the head and prevent joystick abuse. The settings
available are Low, Medium and High. Whilst this feature is also available to lens functions it is not often required.
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Sensitivity - Some heads are more sensitive than others over the full
drive voltage range. This option provides three preset settings of Low,
Medium and High. Choose the setting which works best with your head.
The lens can also be configured.
Lens Voltage – This feature has been implemented to give finer control
over a range of industry standard Lenses, There are two settings to
choose from, High Voltage or Low Voltage.
Brake Time – This feature determines how long the internal brakes are
left on, larger heads may take longer to stop and therefore the brake time
needs to be longer. The range of times is from 0-100, with 0 being no
brakes and 100 correlating to 1000ms, the default value is 20(200ms).
LENS SETUP MENU
Axis
: Zoom
+ve Feedback sense : Right
Lens Voltage
: High
Damping
: Low
Sensitivity
: Low
Set Min. speed
Customise
Setting the Minimum Speed
Set min. speed
P
T
Z
F
202:
484:
871:
226:
- The minimum speed of the head is defined as the speed that the head or lens will pan and tilt or
zoom in or out at without stalling. Each axis can be set separately including the lens. This is an
important option which affects the controllability of the camera head. Time therefore, should be spent
on getting the correct setup.
S1
Speed <<15>>
Direction : Right
Pan to change speed
Tilt to change direction
When selected the menu to the left will be displayed and the head
will be moving in the direction shown. The options available when
configuring the minimum pan speed are:
Pan left to decrease the speed the head is traveling.
Pan right to increase the speed the head is traveling.
Tilt either up or down to alter the direction the head is panning.
What we are trying to achieve through this procedure is to find the
minimum speed the head will travel at without stopping (stalling). We
often find that heads have ‘tight spots’ in their gearing when new
which will force the head to stall and stop if the minimum speed is set
too low.
The procedure for setting the minimum speed is relatively straightforward. First reduce the speed of head (pan left) until the
head stalls and stops. Now increase the speed until the head starts to move. Once the head is moving check the full arc of
the head to ensure the minimum speed you have set is high enough to overcome any tight spots. As the head moves you
should change direction often as the speed required to overcome initial inertia is different to a head in motion. To return to the
previous menu use the Last Menu key.
The display at the top of the screen “P xxxx, T xxxx etc” shows the current positions being read for Pan, Tilt, Zoom & Focus.
These can give an extra indication of when movement has stalled, particularly while focusing the lens.
NOTE! The SET MIN. SPEED
option MUST be configured prior to
SLOW FACTOR configuration.
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Test Drive the Head
Test drive
- The test drive facility allows us to check the
effect of the parameters as you change them
without having to leave ZVR-530 configuration.
When we select Test drive the menu to the right
is displayed. We are now able to control the
camera as we would normally from the keyboard.
P
T
Z
F
202:
484:
871:
226:
S18
The numeric values displayed on-screen relate
directly to the analogue values monitored on the
1 to exit
feedback port from the P&T head and lens. The
P,T,Z,F are abbreviations for the functions Pan,
Tilt, Zoom and Focus. As we control each
function the values should change, assuming the head and lens have been fitted with feedback
capability. It also serves as a powerful diagnostics tool as it can be used to check if head or lens
potentiometers are serviceable or not.
.
You should also notice displayed as you control each function, Sn which is the current speed being
driven at. If the joystick you are using is proportional, the speed should change in sympathy with the
Degree of joystick movement applied. You can quickly return to the set-up menu at any time by
pressing the 1 key on the numeric keypad.
Configuring the Slow Speed Mode
th
Slow factor
- Although pan and tilt heads are normally specified to have a minimum speed of approximately 1/10
their maximum speed it is possible to drive the head much slower. The slow factor option can be
applied to reduce the minimum speed of the head to below that which is specified. There is no hard
and fast rule when configuring the slow speed as each head will have its own characteristics. For
maximum flexibility the ZVR-530 slow factor can be adjusted over a 100% scale. To configure this
option select and enter a number in the range 1 –100. Now test the slow speed performance using
the ‘Test slow mode’ facility. Repeat this procedure until the desired performance is achieved.
Test slow mode
- Use this facility to test the slow speed performance of the head. Used in conjunction with the Slow
Factor configuration option.
To exit the Test slow mode
Menu shown right, select Last
Menu.
Driving at min speed
Direction Right
Tilt to change direction
Customising the Motor Drives
Customise
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- Normally the preset configuration options available in Motor Setup are sufficient to provide an
acceptable level of performance with most pan and tilt heads and lenses. However if you are unable
to achieve the required performance from the preset settings available you can totally configure the
head parameters yourself using the Customise option. Configuring the head in this way is no trivial
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task though and should only be attempted by an accomplished CCTV engineer. If you do get into a
total mess using the Customise option you can always Load Factory Defaults!
CUSTOM MOTOR SETUP MENU
Period
Start speed
Start dwell
Parameter
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Test Drive
Period
: 5
: 2
: 15
: Drive
Before you start to use the Custom Motor Setup Menu you need
to understand how it works and how to navigate it.
The first thing to understand is the function you are configuring,
Pan, Tilt, Zoom or Focus. Selection of the function you wish to
configure is made in the Motor Setup menu. To go back to this
menu use the Last Menu key.
The next choice you have to make is the Parameter you want to
configure. There are three; Drive, Acceleration Dwell and
Deceleration Dwell. Use the Select key to cycle through them.
associated with each of the three parameters are four pages of
configuration tables relating to the 32 standard drive speeds.
- Period is a global factor, which is applied to all three of the parameters. It is factored percentage value that
can be set between 1 – 100%. Typically for a light head it should be set to a low value. For a heavier head
the value should be set accordingly higher. Apply similar principles to the lens.
Start speed - Physics tells us that it takes more effort to get an object moving than it does to keep it moving which is what
this parameter is all about, the minimum speed required to get the function moving. Like Period it is also a
global parameter. Set the value between 1 – 100.
Start dwell - Use in conjunction with the Start Speed parameter to complete the settings to get the head or lens moving.
whilst Start speed sets the drive level, the Start dwell parameter sets how long the initial start speed will be
applied for. Set the value between 1- 250.
Parameter
- Use the Select key to cycle through Drive, Acceleration dwell and Deceleration dwell.
Drive
- Configure as a percentage of the maximum drive level to be applied. Range 1 – 100%.
Accel. Dwell - Range 0 – 15. This parameter acts directly on the PWM drive to set the acceleration rate of the motor.
Decel. Dwell - Range 0 – 15. This parameter acts directly on the PWM drive to set the deceleration rate of the motor.
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
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Page 1 of the configuration tables for speeds 1 – 8.
Page 2 of the configuration tables for speeds 9 – 16.
Page 3 of the configuration tables for speeds 17 – 24.
Page 4 of the configuration tables for speeds 25 – 32.
Use the Select key to display the desired page.
Setting the Drive Level
DRIVE VALUES MENU
Press Select key and using the numeric keypad enter a value in the range
1 – 100.
To return to the Custom Motor Setup menu use the Last Menu key.
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Drive 3
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Setting the Acceleration Values
ACCEL. VALUES MENU
Press Select key and using the numeric keypad enter a value in the range
0 -15. To return to the Custom Motor Setup menu use the Last Menu key.
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Setting the Deceleration Levels
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
DECEL. VALUES MENU
Press Select key and using the numeric keypad enter a value in the
range 0 - 15.
To return to the Custom Motor Setup menu use the Last Menu key.
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
Dwell
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
Note! Any Custom changes will be reflected by the Damping and
Sensitivity status which will display Custom when you return to the
Motor Setup menu. If you do not want to retain your custom settings for
Drive, Accel. Level and Decel. Level you can use the Select key to
reload the preset configuration options for Damping and Sensitivity
which will overwrite your custom settings in the four pages of
configuration tables. Start speed and Start dwell are left as custom
configured.
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Feedback Setup Menu
Feedback refers to the potentiometers or similar devices fitted to Pan
and Tilt heads and Lenses that give the head preset capability. The
Voltage feedback is processed and mapped by the ZVR-530 to provide
64 preset positions of PTZF.
The Feedback Setup menu has various parameters, which require
configuring before you can use the advanced automated functions the
ZVR-530 offers.
Axis
FEEDACK SETUP MENU
Axis
: Pan
+ve Feedback sense : Right
Feedback display
: Off
Endstops
: Off
Position Endstops
Set Preset curve
Continuous rotation : Off
Lens priority
: Speed
: There are four feedback axis to configure pan, tilt, zoom and focus. Use the Select key to cycle
Through and choose one.
+ve Feedback sense : With the Feedback display set to on check and change if necessary the feedback sense until it
its value increases when the function it is set is operated. E.G. If it is set to right the feedback
display, (if the +ve feedback sense is set correctly) will increase in value as you pan right and
decrease in value as you pan left.
Feedback display
: Feedback display is the numeric values displayed on-screen which relate directly to the analogue
values monitored on the feedback port from the P&T head and lens. The P,T,Z,F are abbreviations
for the functions Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus. As we control each function the values should change,
assuming the head and lens have been fitted with feedback capability. It also serves as a powerful
diagnostics tool as it can be used to check if head or lens potentiometers are serviceable or not.
This option allows you to turn the feedback display on and off.
Continuous rotation : Pan and Tilt heads generally come in two flavours, those that can be panned continuously I.E.
through 360deg. and those that can’t. Those that can’t employ endstops to limit the pan travel to
around 330 deg. Once this limit has been reached the head has to been panned in the opposite
direction. The main reason we have this setting is twofold. Firstly, continuous rotation heads often
have a dead zone where the potentiometer goes from maximum reading back to minimum reading
and the receiver has to know this so as not to interpret it as a faulty pot. Secondly when a recall
preset command is received there are always two routes to acquiring it, a long route and a short
route. A non-continuous rotation head will always have to take the longest route but with a
continuous rotation head we can and do take the shortest route as preset recalls are often part of
alarm events.
Lens priority
: When driving to preset positions the lens speed can be set in one of two ways.
Choose speed to drive both Zoom and Focus simultaneously till the position is acquired.
Choose accuracy to pause either Zoom or Focus drive when close to the preset whilst the other is
more accurately positioned.
E.g. Zoom & Focus are initially driven together towards the preset. As the Zoom nears its position,
the Focus stops until the Zoom has reached its final point. Focusing is then completed.
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Endstops
Non-continuous rotation heads incorporate mechanical endstops to ensure the head does not get over-panned or over-tilted.
They are also often set by the installer to limit the pan travel when
attached, for instance to a wall where you would only have access
to 180 deg. of movement. Setting the heads requires access to
the camera head, which is often not that accessible. A more
modern solution is to use the on-board electronic endstops that
Move to Right endstop
the ZVR-530 provides. By setting the mechanical endstops to
their maximum any electronic endstop within this window can
then be setup using the ZVR-530 endstop menu options.
Endstops can be set for pan and tilt.
Endstops - Set this option to on to allow the ZVR-530 to manage
endstops.
Move to Left endstop
1 – Save
2 - Cancel
To set endstops managed by the ZVR-530 first select the
axis, either pan or tilt. Next set the Endstops option to on.
Finally select the Position endstops option and follow the on
screen options. Here we see the pan endstops being set.
Finish by saving the endstop settings.
1 – Save
2 - Cancel
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Preset Curve
The preset curve menu options allow you to tailor the ZVR-530 to a heads PTZF preset characteristics. There are many
different types of P&T head and lens now available from different manufacturers. Pan and tilt heads are also available with
different speed ranges. These factors make it imperative that parameters, which can affect overall preset accuracy, can be
adjusted for optimum performance. Select ‘Set preset curve’ from the options available in ‘ Feedback Setup Menu’
PRESET CURVE SETUP MENU
Speed
Speed
Speed
Speed
Speed
Speed
Test Drive
32 Distance
20 Distance
15 Distance
10 Distance
5 Distance
1 Distance
: 200
: 150
: 100
: 80
: 60
:
2
The Preset Curve Menu, shown left has two parameters
which can be adjusted, Speed and Distance. Speed
relates to the approach speed of the head or lens with
respect to the distance from the preset position the head or
lens is trying to acquire. When entering values you should
be working from the top of the table when the head is
furthest from the preset position, to the bottom of the table
where the head is closest to the preset position. Therefore,
with that in mind the speed should be decreasing as the
preset position is neared, as represented by the distance.
Distance
- To change the distance press Select and enter a value
in the range 0 –999. Note that due to differences in head
potentiometer resolutions the Distance value is an
empirical value and not a unit of measure.
Speed
- The speed is set by first pressing the Select key and then
using the Left and Right keys to increase and decrease
the speed setting. Finally select the Cancel key to leave
the Distance setting unchanged.
Test Drive - You can Test Drive your settings at any point by selecting
the Test Drive option from the menu. When you have
finished select 1 to return to the Preset Curve Setup menu.
1 to exit
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Automated Functions Menu
AUTOMATED FUNCTIONS
Auto Park
Relay Functions
Presets
Ordered Patrols
Random Patrols
Mimic Patrols
Auto Park
Historically Auto Park returned the camera to a Preset, normally Home, after a pre-defined period of non-use I.E. no camera
control signals received. For the ZVR-530, Meyertech have developed an enhanced version now incorporating Patrol
options.
Idle Time - Sets the period of Time the
receiver must be idle for
before the Action is executed.
To set the Idle Time select the
option and enter a time in the
range 1 to 99 minutes.
Action
AUTO PARK MENU
Idle Time
Action
Preset /
Patrol
: 10Min
: None
:1
- Selecting the option will cycle
through the options, shown
on the right.
Auto Park options
now include,
Ordered Patrols,
Random Patrols,
Mimic Patrols as
well as the classic
Preset and Home
options.
Preset / - If Action is set to recall a Preset
Patrol
or a Patrol enter the Preset or
Patrol number here. If Action is set to None, N/A will be displayed (Not Available). To enter a Preset or Patrol
select the option and enter a number (using the numeric keypad) which is relevant to the Action function.
Relay Functions
The ZVR-530 has at its disposal six relays and a switchable 12V DC PSU, which can be used to power cameras and other
off board equipment. The six relays each have different load switching capabilities (refer to ZVR-530 specification) and are all
have volt-free contacts. Configuration options allow the user to ‘map’ each of the relays and the 12V PSU to a particular
camera command E.G. map relay 2 to the command Wiper. After mapping the function can be labelled. The operation of
each relay can also be configured to set the Timeout and Repeat periods.
This flexible approach to relay use provides the installer with a plethora of interface and control options in the field.
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Relay
- Used to select one of the six relays and 12V PSU
available, Relay 1, Relay 2, Relay 3, Relay 4, Relay 5,
Relay 6 and 12V PSU. Press the Select key to cycle
through and view the settings for each relay.
To configure a Relay’s settings, first cycle through until
the relay you wish to configure is displayed, then Select
the option you wish to change.
Relay
: 1
Command
: Wash
On text
: Wash
Off text
:
Timeout
: Momentary
Repeat time : 0Min
Time units
: Minutes
Command - Use the Select key to cycle through and map the
command from the options Wash, Iris mode, Aux 1,
Aux 2, Aux 3, Wiper and Lamp
On Text
- Program a text label for the Relay function. Default text describes the default function
E.G. command=Wiper; On text=Wiper On. To configure your own label press Select to display the
alphanumeric on-screen keypad.
Off Text
- Program a text label for the Relay function. Normally this is left blank for momentary functions. Default text
describes the default function E.G. command=Wiper; On text=Wiper On. To configure your own label press
Select to display the alphanumeric on-screen keypad.
Timeout
- The Timeout period is the time the relay is switched on for in ‘Time Units’. It can be set to in the range 0 to
250 time units. Set to 0 for momentary action.
Repeat Time - The repeat time can be set to generate a pulsed output stream. Set to 0 for latched commands.
Time Units
- Time units can be set as either seconds or minutes. Use the Select key to toggle between the two.
Preset Functions
Presets allow the camera head and lens to be positioned
automatically, PTZF functions, when recalled from a keyboard or
by an event. However Meyertech have now extended the flexibility
of the Preset function through The addition of preset relay functions
and camera mode functions.
PRESET MENU
Preset
: 1
Set position
Movement
: Enabled
Protection
: Disabled
Text
: Preset 1
Relay
: None
Relay state
: N/A
Camera mode : 1
-
To view and configure a Preset use the
Select key to select the Preset
option and enter a preset in the range
1 to 64 or 0 for home preset
Movement
-
Each preset can be Enabled or Disabled
using the Select key.
Protection
-
Enable this option to prevent the preset position from being overwritten by direct command from
either a ZoneVu or Fusion controller. Disable to allow direct access to re-program the preset.
Relay
-
Using the Select key, cycle through and set the option you require from None, Wash, Iris mode,
Aux 1, Aux 2, Aux 3, Wipe or Lamp.
Relay State
-
This option is used to set the configuration of the relay as either off or on using the Select key.
Camera Mode
-
You can select the camera mode of operation you require for a particular preset position from the
options 0, 1, 2, 3 or None.
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Use the Select key to display the menu below.
Position the camera using the keyboard joystick to set the
view you require in pan, tilt, zoom and focus planes.
To save the Preset press 1 on the numeric keypad. To exit the
menu without saving the preset press 2.
1 – save
2 - cancel
Text
-
You can assign a unique label to each preset by selecting this function. Using the alphanumeric
keypad program your caption and select DONE to save it.
Caption: Preset 1_
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + LOWER
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
Ordered Patrols
Ordered patrols are a series of presets linked together and executed over a period of time. Patrols can be configured to
execute just once or continuously. Any preset can be included in the patrol and the speed between presets and the time
period between preset positions can be programmed. You can configure a maximum of ten ordered patrols. The maximum
number of presets that can be configured in one patrol is sixteen. A patrol is cancelled whenever it receives a valid camera
command.
Patrol
- Select and enter a patrol in the range 1 to 10 to view
and configure the settings of each patrol.
- Set the maximum number of presets in the particular
Patrol you are configuring. Range 1 – 16.
Auto repeat
- If you want the patrol to continuously repeat set this
option to on, otherwise set it to off.
Position
- Select the position within the current patrol you are
configuring. The position cannot be greater than the
size you have set. Use the Select key to increment
through the positions in each patrol.
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Patrol
Text
Size
Auto repeat
Position
Preset
Speed
Dwell
: 1
: Patrol 1
: 16
: On
:
: 1
: 32
: 10sec
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Size
ORDERED PATROL MENU
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NOTE ! When a camera is instructed to perform a
Patrol, the patrol is executed starting at
Position 1. The final position of a patrol is the
Size that you have set. If the patrol has been
Set to repeat the patrol will recommence from
Position 1 of the patrol.
Text
- A unique label can be assigned to each patrol by selecting this option. Using the alphanumeric
keypad program your caption and select DONE to save it.
Caption: Patrol 1_
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + LOWER
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
Preset
- For each position in the patrol enter the preset you want the camera to visit. Valid presets are 1 – 64.
Speed
- For each preset in the patrol you can set at what pan speed the head will travel at to reach it. Valid speeds
are 1 – 32.
Dwell
- For each preset in the patrol you can set the period of time the position will be viewed before moving on to
the next preset in the patrol. Valid dwell periods are 1 – 9,999 seconds.
Random Patrol
RANDOM PATROL MENU
Min dwell time
Max dwell time
Max. Speed
Max preset
: 10sec
: 60sec
: 16
: 64
As the name suggests, a random patrol is a patrol which visits preset
positions in an undefined order IE it randomly selects which preset it is
going to visit next from a group of presets. The period of time it dwells
at each preset is also randomly selected. A random patrol has no
beginning and no end. Once started it will continue until a camera
control command is received.
For a criminal, random patrols are harder to detect than ordered
patrols as they are not a repetitive patterns.
Min. dwell time : You can set a time range for the random dwell time by
setting minimum and maximum dwell times. Here we
can
set
the
minimum parameter in the range 1 to 9,999 seconds via the keyboard
numeric keypad.
Max. dwell time : You can set a time range for the random dwell time by setting minimum and maximum dwell times. Here
we can set the maximum parameter in the range 1 to 9,999 seconds via the keyboard numeric keypad.
: You limit the number of speeds available to the random patrol by configuring this option. Valid speeds are
Those in the range of 1 – 32.
Max. preset
: You limit the number of presets available for the random patrol to visit by configuring this option. Valid
presets are those in the range of 1 – 64.
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Mimic Patrols
The Mimic patrol is a new type patrol bringing new levels of performance and flexibility. To the criminal the camera actually
looks, as though an operator is manually controlling it, it is that good! Up to two mimic patrols can be configured for the ZVR530. The maximum duration of each patrol depends on the accuracy required which can be set to low, medium or high. The
lower the accuracy required, the longer the duration available. The higher the accuracy required the shorter the duration
available.
The low accuracy setting should be used for wide-angle lens shots (zoomed out). The high accuracy setting should be used
for narrow angle shots (zoomed in). The medium setting can be used when you have a combination of both wide and narrow
angle shots. A patrol is cancelled whenever it receives a valid camera command.
Mimic
MIMIC PATROL MENU
Mimic
Record
Text
Auto repeat
Accuracy
: Use the Select key to cycle through each patrol to
view or configure it.
: 1
Auto repeat : The patrol will run continuously if set to on. If set to
off it will only execute once.
: Mimic 1
: On
: MEDIUM
Accuracy
: Using the Select key set the accuracy required. The
options available are Low, Medium and High.
Record
: When you are ready to record your mimic patrol select
this option and follow the instructions below.
Text
: Each patrol can be programmed with a unique text
caption. Select and enter your caption from the menu
below.
Caption: Mimic 1_
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + -
LOWER
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
To record your mimic patrol start here.
The first step to configure a new mimic
patrol is to move the camera to the position
you want the patrol to start.
Move to start
When you are happy that you are at the
position you want the patrol to commence
press 1 on the keyboard keypad to
commence recording.
1 - done
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first and possibly do a few practice runs
before attempting to record your new
patrol.
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Move the camera manually taking in the
particular views you require. You can stop and
dwell at any point and it will still be recorded. In
fact every PTZF movement is recorded. To stop
the recording of a mimic patrol press 1 on the
keyboard keypad.
Recording
1 - done
Operating Patrols
Patrols can be initiated from a number of Meyertech operator controls.
Keyboard
Start Random
Patrol
Start Patrol 1
Store Patrol 1
Start Patrol >1
Store Patrol > 1
Recall Patrol 1
Recall Patrol 2
Store Patrol 2
Recall Patrol+1
Store Patrol+1
DVK-001
Recall Patrol 1
Recall Patrol 2
Store Patrol 2
Recall Patrol+1
Store Patrol+1
ZVK-002
Recall Patrol 1
Recall Patrol 2
Store Patrol 2
Not supported
Not supported
ZVK-007
Random Patrol
Recall Patrol 1
Store Patrol 1
Recall Patrol >1
Store Patrol >1
ZVK-77
Random Patrol
Recall Patrol 1
Store Patrol 1
Recall Patrol > 2
Store Patrol >1
Fusion
Earlier versions of Meyertech operator controls used a different numbering scheme for ordered and random patrols.
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Advanced Functions Menu
The ZVR-530 incorporates a number of advanced features as standard. Dynamic captions, which automatically update as
you move the camera head, are relaying information to the operator relating to the scene being viewed. Privacy zones are
used to guarantee privacy where cameras have views over private property
ADVANCED SETUP MENU
such as residential areas. They work by ‘blanking out’ areas of the
screen, which are deemed to be private. When the camera travels into
an area of the screen protected by a privacy zone the blanking feature
Privacy Zones
is activated making it impossible for the viewer to see into the private area.
Dynamic Captions
3D Calibration
In this section we will learn how to calibrate the head for 3-dimensional
Installation Menu
dynamic privacy zones and for dynamic captions. We will then cover
how to setup privacy zones and configure dynamic captions
The Installation Menu was covered in the section, Camera Head
Pre-assembly and Testing.
3D Calibration
Before we can configure any privacy zones or setup dynamic captions, we need to carry out 3D-calibration of the head. 3D
calibration only needs to be performed once, not for each privacy zone. 3D-calibration involves marking a number of
positions, on-screen for each of three zoom points, zoomed out, zoomed in and the mid-zoom point.
Before each stage of the calibration the receiver will adjust the
lens’s zoom point automatically. Whilst this is being done the
following screen will be displayed :
Moving to zoom point
Please wait…
1-Done
2-Cancel
The receiver will automatically clear this screen & move on to the next stage once the lens has been successfully positioned.
If it does not clear within a few seconds the lens may not yet be correctly configured. Press 2 and retry once this is resolved.
Selecting ‘Done’ will interrupt the positioning and accept the current lens position, which may lead to inaccurate results.
To perform the calibration simply follow the six steps below.
When prompted to ‘Mark Position’, move the camera to position the marker over any convenient static object.
When prompted to ‘Re-mark Position’, move the camera to re-position the marker over the same object.
Mark Position
Re-mark Position
1-Done
1-Done
2-Cancel
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Re-mark Position
Mark Position
ZOOM IN
CALIBRATION
1-Done
1-Done
2-Cancel
2-Cancel
Mark Position
ZOOM MID-POINT
CALIBRATION
Re-mark Position
1-Done
2-Cancel
1-Done
2-Cancel
Privacy Zones
Up to fifty 3D dynamic privacy zones can be configured on the ZVR-530 from the menu below.
PRIVACY ZONE MENU
Zone
: 1
>>Status
: Off
>>Text
: Privacy Zone 1
>>Position Zone
All zones
>>Min size settings
>>Transparency
Zone
: Using the numeric keypad Select and enter a privacy zone
in the range 1 to 50 to view and configure the settings of
each privacy zone.
Status : The status of each zone can switched on or off by the
Select key.
Text
: Each privacy zone can be programmed with a unique text
caption. Select and enter your caption from the menu
below.
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Caption: Mimic 1_
Using the alphanumeric keypad, program a caption and select
DONE to save it.
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + -
To insert a space, highlight the SPACE option and press Select.
To switch between uppercase and lowercase, highlight the LOWER
or UPPER option and press Select.
LOWER
Position Zone
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
: To set a privacy zone move the camera to the bottom left corner of the area you wish to make private.
To do this use the keyboard joystick to position the head using the PTZ commands. Now mark this
as the start position by selecting 1 on the numeric keypad. Next, drag the privacy zone diagonally to
the top right of the area you want to blank out. Finally, select 1 on the numeric keypad to save the
privacy zone. More than one privacy zone can be programmed in a scene.
Move camera to start position and mark it
Move camera to finish position and mark it.
Mark Bottom Left
Mark Bottom Left
Mark Top Right
1-Done 2- Cancel
1-Done 2- Cancel
Min size settings: To control the minimum size of privacy zone.
PRIVACY ZONE SIZE LIMITS
By modifying these options the minimum size of the privacy
Zone can be set.
If Display below minimum is set to On then the privacy zone will
always be displayed irrespective of how far zoomed out you are.
If Display below minimum is set to Off then the privacy zone will
disappear if the picture is zoomed out far enough that the minimum
height and width restrictions would be exceeded.
Minimum Height: 1
Minimum Width: 2
Display below minimum : On
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Transparency:
Level (16)
Pan to change transparency
This setting allows privacy zones to be made to have a
certain degree of transparency, allowing the underlying
scene to be partially visible. The degree of transparency
can be configured to fit the requirement.
Adjust the level of the transparency by panning left or right
or by pressing the left and right buttons on the keyboard.
100 levels are available, where 1 is fully transparent and
100 fully opaque.
The setting is applied to all privacy zones (i.e. not on a
zone by zone basis).
ADDITIONAL NOTES ON CONFIGURING ZVR-530 PRIVACY ZONES
Before You Start
1. Ensure that the parameters +ve Drive Sense (MOTOR SETUP MENU) and +ve Feedback Sense (FEEDBACK
SETUP MENU) have been correctly set and checked. Also 3D Calibration of the camera head will be required. Carry
out each task in the order below.
2. +ve Drive Sense can be checked and configured from the MOTOR SETUP MENU. In this menu select Test Drive
and check for each function that the drive sense is set correctly. E.G. check that when you move the joystick right the
camera head actually moves right and not left. Do this for each of the functions Pan, Tilt, Zoom and Focus. If you find
a setting which is incorrect change the +ve Drive Sense setting for that function. Do this for each function Pan, Tilt
Zoom and Focus.
3. +ve Feedback Sense can be checked and changed from the FEEDBACK SETUP MENU. From this menu switch on
the Feedback Display, then check that the feedback values move in the right direction in relation to the +ve Drive
Sense setting E.G. if we were checking the Pan Axis and the +ve Drive Sense is set to Right you should see, when
we test drive the head (to test drive the head select Set Preset Curve followed by Test Drive), the Pan value
increase, not decrease. If it does decrease go back to the FEEDBACK SETUP MENU and change the +ve
Feedback Sense to the opposite setting and then re-check it. Do this for each function Pan, Tilt Zoom and Focus.
4. To perform 3D Calibration (ADVANCED SETUP MENU) follow the instructions on the screen to Mark and Re-mark
zoom positions. This is performed three times for zoomed in, zoomed out and a mid-zoom position.
5. If you wish to overwrite a privacy zone you will first need to switch it’s status to ‘off’. Once the new zone has been
created it will replace the previously stored zone and the new zone will be automatically switched on.
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Dynamic Captions
Before attempting to setup Dynamic captions for the first time, ensure that the 3D calibration routine has been performed.
Up to 20 caption zones / sectors may be setup.
•
A sector is defined by the Pan position only.
•
A zone is defined by both Pan and Tilt position.
DYNAMIC CAPTION MENU
Area
: 1
>>Status
: Off
>>Caption
: Privacy Zone 1
>>Set Position
Auto sector setup
For each area:
Status
- This sector/zone is either ON/OFF
Caption
- The caption displayed when viewing area
Set Position - Position the sector/zone.
Auto sector setup - Automatically position
equally.
Caption – Selecting the caption option displays the text input screen.
sectors
Caption: Sector 1
ABCDEFG
H IJ KLMN
OPQRSTU
VWXYZ 0 1
2 3 456 7 8
9* . ‘ : + -
Set Position – Select the type of dynamic caption – zone or sector.
LOWER
SELECT CAPTION TYPE
the
SPACE
DONE
QUIT
Sector
Zone
On selecting the caption type the display will switch to mixed mode
Mark left edge
to allow the definition of the caption area.
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Auto sector setup – This allows the automatic distribution of a specified range of sectors over a defined area.
SECTOR CAPTION MENU
First Zone = 1
Last Zone = 20
Position Zone
Installation Menu
Selection of this option will take you to the installation menu that can also be selected with the self-test button.
INSTALLATION MENU
Auto Test
Test Facilities
Address:
6
Network Settings
Network Protocol : ZoneVu
Serial Camera
Factory Settings
FINISH
See the section Camera Head Pre-assembly and Testing for details.
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Extended Functions
Auto Wash/Wipe : Preset 89
The Auto wash and wipe sequence is intended to simplify the operators task on cameras where operation of the washer
requires a fixed position.
The position required by the washer is setup by storing preset number 89.
The Auto wash / wipe sequence is started by recalling preset number 89.
•
The camera will move to it’s designated Wash position
•
Once at the position Wash & Wiper relays are started
•
Once the Washer has completed, the camera is returned to it’s original position
The sequence can be cancelled at any time by recalling preset number 90. The camera will return to it’s previous position
and cancel the washer and wiper if active. Moving the joystick during the sequence will override it, and regain manual control.
Setup
1. The washer position is programmed by selecting ‘Store Preset 89’ on a keyboard or other control device. It is not
accessible within the receiver’s menus.
2. The washer relay requires a timeout period to be selected. This controls the time before the camera is returned to it’s
previous position. In the receiver menu, select ‘Automated Functions | Relay Functions’.
3. The wiper relay can similarly be given a timeout period. This will typically be slightly longer than the washer timeout.
Serial Camera Interface
The ZVR-530 supports a serial interface to specified camera types.
The ZVR-530 firmware contains all the drivers for supported cameras, however as the electrical interface to cameras differs,
this must be specified at time of order:
4. RS422/485
5. RS232
The range of cameras supported is constantly under development, details of currently supported models can be found in the
Meyertech document ZVR-530 Supported Cameras.
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Iris Interface
The ZVR-530 provides a drive output for controlling auto / manual iris.
On selecting the Manual Iris command form a suitable control point (keyboard), relay 2 (iris auto / manual) will energise and
the keyboard will be able to send manual iris commands.
The drive is a two level drive – 3V and 6V corresponding to slow and fast speed.
Below are the recommended methods of connecting a Pentax or a Fujinon lens to the ZVR-530
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Change
PAN
DRIVE
TILT
DRIVE
2 1
2 1
CN 1
Pan D rive A
Pan D rive B
1 2 3 4 5
LENS
DR IVES
Tilt Drive A
Tilt Drive B
Zoom Drive A
Zoom Drive B
Focus Drive A
Focus Drive B
Iris Drive A
Iris Drive B
IRIS
AUTO
/ MAN
C N15
Relay 2 N.O. Contact Default IAM
CN13
3 2 1
6
4 3 2 1
Date
12-02-01
1 2 3
CN12 CN11
P106
00
VIDEO
IN &
OUT
CN14
P107
+12 MN D /
SND
Relay 2 N .C. Contact Default IAM
R elay 2 Pole Default IAM
COM MON
(G ND)
Video Input
Video Output
2 1
RELAY
6
3
CN3 CN4
1 2 3
RELAY 6
CAMERA
POW ER
1 2 CN2
Camera Power 0V DC
Camera Power +12VDC
Description
Relay 6 Pole Default Lamp
Relay 6 N.O. Contact Default Lamp
C onnecting the Fujinon lens for
Auto/Manual Iris operation to a
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PAN
DRIVE
TILT
DRIVE
2 1
2 1
CN 1
Pan D rive A
Pan D rive B
1 2 3 4 5
LENS
DR IVES
Tilt Drive A
Tilt Drive B
Zoom Drive A
Zoom Drive B
Focus Drive A
Focus Drive B
Iris Drive A
Iris Drive B
IRIS
AUTO
/ MAN
C N15
Relay 2 N.O. Contact Default IAM
CN13
3 2 1
6
4 3 2 1
Date
12-02-01
1 2 3
CN12 CN11
P106
00
VIDEO
IN &
OUT
CN14
P107
Relay 2 N .C. Contact Default IAM
8
AUTO /
MANUAL
9
GRO UND
R elay 2 Pole Default IAM
Video Input
Video Output
2 1
RELAY
6
3
CN3 CN4
1 2 3
RELAY 6
CAMERA
POW ER
1 2 CN2
Camera Power 0V DC
Camera Power +12VDC
Description
Relay 6 Pole Default Lamp
Relay 6 N.O. Contact Default Lamp
C onnecting the Pentax lens Auto
iris to a ZVR -530
CN-40-B
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Auditing Menu
AUDIT MENU
Change Pin Number : Select this option to enter a new PIN.
Change Pin Number
System Info
System Info.
: This option displays information about the
ZVR-530.
Change PIN Number
The ZVR-530 can be programmed with a PIN to protect it from unauthorised
Configuration. PIN security is activated whenever a configuration request is
received. The operator is then requested to enter a receiver PIN. If the PIN
Is incorrect access will be denied.
Enter PIN code: 8888
The PIN can be up to six digits long. All ZVR-530’s are shipped from the
factory with configuration login disabled I.E. PIN set as zero. To enable
configuration login enter any new PIN other than zero.
To enter a new PIN Select the option and enter a number up to six digits
long using the numeric keypad.
CAUTION ! If you decide to use the ZVR-530
Configuration login protection ensure you keep a
record of the PIN. Failure to do so may result in
having to load factory defaults if the PIN is forgotten.
System Info.
Selecting the System Info. option displays the following
screen giving details of the receiver address, firmware
version, and network communications settings.
MEYERTECH LIMITED
ZVR-530
Advanced DC Receiver
Address : 6
Version 1.5.0.0
Mode : RS485 9600 Baud
Termination : OFF
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Approvals and Standards
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DECLARATION RELATES, IS IN CONFORMITY WITH THE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS OF COUNCIL DIRECTIVE
89/336/EEC ON THE APPROXIMATION OF THE LAWS OF THE MEMBER STATES RELATING TO ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIABILITY.
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HARMONIZED STANDARDS.
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Meyertech Limited is a member of the CCTV Manufacturers and Distributors Association
Meyertech Limited is a member of the CCTV User Group.
Specification
Operating temperature range
Enclosure
Dimensions
Weight
PSU
0 to +50 deg. C
Universal mounting bracket open frame. ZVR-530 assembly
mounted on universal bracket, which can be installed either
vertically or horizontally.
Universal bracket colour – Gold
Also available in IP rated enclosure.
W143mm D155mm H 42mm
570g including universal bracket
24V AC +/- 10% 50-60Hz 96VA rated. Quiescent power-up surge
29VA; operating 10VA
ZoneVu Network Port
Serial Integration Port (SIP)
RS422 / RS485 half duplex or simplex
RS232 – RS422 – RS485 – TTL – full duplex
Alarm Inputs
Tamper and six contact type N/O or N/C plus alarm common –
Video loss. Sync. monitoring
Diagnostic LED’s
+5V and CPU (heartbeat), ZoneVu Network Communications Tx
and Rx, Serial Integration Ports 1 – 2 Tx and Rx
OSD
Camera captions – Dynamic text – Privacy zones – Configuration
Menus – Alarm captions – command captions – position captions
Two columns of 14 characters per column. 16 rows.
Functions Connectors
Video Connectors
Miniature Klippon 2-part 2 to 6 way – Relay 6 spade connections
direct to relay.
BNC
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Features
Independent Pan Variable speed - Tilt Variable speed - Zoom
Variable speed - Focus Variable speed - Iris Variable speed - Slow
speed range - Aux 1 to Aux - Self –test - Presets (PTZF) - Patrol
Random - Patrol Ordered - Patrol Boundary - Patrol Mimic - Pan and
Tilt Softstop - Electronic Pan and Tilt endstops - Privacy Zones - AntiTamper alarm - Camera fail alarm - Alarm inputs – contact - Static
caption - Dynamic captions - Enhanced diagnostics - Iris AutoManual selection - Configuration - menu driven - Configuration Direct command - Global - On Screen Display – Retrace - Camera
configuration management - Auto timeout facilities - Multiple Baud
rate support - Re-settable PSU fuse - Zoom sensitive Pan and Tilt
control - Local alarm event management - Alarm reporting
management - Address range 1 -4096
Video Inputs
Video Outputs
Pan and Tilt Drive
Pan and Tilt Brake
Zoom and Focus
Relay 6
Head Feedback Outputs
1V p-p 75R terminated. PAL CCIR
1V p-p 75R impedance. PAL CCIR
+24VDC PWM variable speed control
+24VDC
+12VDC and +8VDC (selectable) PWM proportional variable speed
control
Proportional dual speed linear drive +3V and +6VDC
+12VDC +/- 1V 8W maximum
NC or NO volt free contacts 1A @ 24V DC (Max 30V DC / 120V AC)
NC or NO volt free contacts 1A @ 24V DC (Max 30V DC / 120V AC)
NC or NO volt free contacts 1A @ 24V DC (Max 30V DC / 120V AC)
NC or NO volt free contacts 1A @ 24V DC (Max 30V DC / 120V AC)
NC or NO volt free contacts
8A @ 30V DC / 10A @ 120V AC (Max 250V AC / 125V DC)
NO volt free contacts 16A 250VAC 30VDC (option)
+5VDC and 0VDC
Head Feedback Inputs
Pan, tilt, zoom and focus. 0 - +5VDC Max.
Iris
Camera Power
Relay 1
Relay 2
Relay 3
Relay 4
Relay 5
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Factory Settings
Network settings
Protocol
Address
Mode
Termination
Baud rate
Serial Camera Interface
Pin Number
Motor Control
Sensitivity
Damping
Pan & Tilt
Zoom & Focus
Brake Time
Lens Voltage
Feedback Setup
Positive Feedback sense
Pan
Tilt
Zoom
Focus
Endstops
Continuous rotation
Lens priority
PT Zoom Scaling
Display – Command text
Display
Line
Alignment
Background
ZoneVu
1
RS485
Off
9600
None
None
Medium
Low
None
20
High
Relay 1
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Relay 2
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Relay 3
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Relay 4
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Relay 5
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Relay 6
Command
On text
Right
Up
Tele
Near
Disabled
Off
Speed
Off
enabled
16 (bottom)
Right
Off
enabled
16 (bottom)
Left
Off
enabled
1 (top)
Right
Off
Mtech ZVR-530
enabled
1 (top)
Left
Off
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Closed
50ms
Alarm x
Enabled
Preset x
Enabled
50ms
Camera fail
Enabled
None
Closed
50ms
Tamper
Enabled
Home
None
Wash
Wash
Momentary
0
Iris mode
Iris Manual
Iris Auto
0
0
Auxiliary 1
Aux 1 On
Aux 1 Off
0
0
Auxiliary 2
Aux 2
Momentary
0
Wiper
Wiper On
Wiper Off
0
0
Lamp
Lamp On
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Display – Position text
Display
Line
Alignment
Background
Display – Alarm text
Display
Line
Alignment
Background
Display – Caption
Caption
Display
Line
Alignment
Background
Alarms – 1 to 6
Trigger state
Trigger time
Text
Display
Action
Alarms – Video loss
Trigger state
Trigger time
Text
Display
Action
Alarms – Tamper
Trigger state
Trigger time
Text
Display
Action
Auto Park
Action
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Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
12V Power
Command
On text
Off text
Timeout
Repeat time
Presets – All
Position
Text
Protection
Relay command
Camera mode
Ordered Patrols – All
Text
Size
Auto repeat
Preset
Speed
Dwell
Random patrol
Min dwell time
Max dwell time
speed
Max. preset
Mimic patrols – All
Text
Auto repeat
Accuracy
Privacy zones – 1 to 9
Status
Text
Privacy zones – 10 to 50
Status
Text
Privacy zones - All
Minimum Height
Minimum Width
Display below minimum
Transparency
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Lamp Off
0
0
Auxiliary 3
Camera On
Camera Off
0
0
none
Preset x
Disabled
none
none
Patrol x
16
On
1 – 16
32
10 seconds
10 seconds
60 seconds
16
64
Mimic x
Off
Medium
disabled
Privacy Zone x
disabled
Privacy No. x
1
2
Off
100 (opaque)
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Connection Diagram
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Mounting Template
Use this template to
mark and drill the
mounting holes for the
universal mounting
bracket. The bracket
can be mounted
horizontally; drill the
three holes on the left
side of the template, or
vertically, drill the four
holes on the right side
of the template.
The mounting screws
provided are type M4
that require a 4.5mm
clearance hole.
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Servicing and Support
Servicing
The ZVR-530 requires no Planned Preventive Maintenance periods (PPM’s) as it is mainly solid state in design. However,
the performance of the ZVR-530 may change over time due to changes in the equipment it is connected too. An example of
this is a pan and tilt head. Over a period of time, once the mechanics have been ‘run-in’ it is likely that tight spots in the gears
will disappear. The result of this is that the minimum speed characteristics of the head will change which could affect preset
accuracy. Therefore, Meyertech recommend checking the operation of functions, which drive mechanical components in
accordance with normal PPM periods.
The ZVR-530 contains no serviceable parts and should be returned to our Service Centre in Scunthorpe for repair or
replacement under warranty. Any repairs, attempted repairs or replaced components not carried out by the Meyertech
Service Centre will void all Meyertech warranties and liabilities.
If your ZVR-530 has to be returned to our Service Centre please follow the returns procedure below, otherwise delays may
be incurred in returning or replacing the ZVR-530.
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Support
At Meyertech our staff understand quality support is important to you, vital in fact, which is why we place such a high
precedence on providing it.
For all matters relating to support go to our website to find the information your require visit
http://www.meyertech.co.uk/support.html
Disposal
There are no additional requirements beyond safe working practice in the decommissioning of the Meyertech ZVR-530.
However the ZVR-530 contains printed circuit boards populated with electronic components. The whole unit must be returned
to Meyertech Service Centre for final disposal. Please follow the normal returns procedure.
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Warranty
Please refer to Meyertech Limited ‘Terms & Conditions of Sale of Goods & Services’ for interpretation.
1. If the Buyer establishes to the Seller's reasonable satisfaction that there is a defect in the materials or
workmanship of the Goods manufactured, then the Seller shall at its option, at its sole discretion and within a
reasonable time,
a. arrange for the repair or making good such defect or failure in such Goods free of charge to the Buyer
(including all costs of transportation of any Goods or materials to and from the Buyer for that
purpose),
b. replace such Goods with Goods which are in all respects in accordance with the Contract, or
subject, in every case, to the remaining provisions of this Condition 1 provided that the liability of the Seller under this
Condition 1 shall in no event exceed the purchase price of such Goods and performance of anyone of the above
options shall constitute an entire discharge of the Seller's liability under this warranty.
2. Condition 1 shall not apply unless the Buyer:
a. notifies the Seller in writing of the alleged defect within 12 (twelve) months from delivery or such other
period or periods as may be agreed in writing between the Seller and the Buyer, and
b. allows the Seller a reasonable opportunity to inspect the relevant Goods.
3. For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller shall be under no liability under the warranty in Condition 1 above:
a. where such defects arise from any drawing, design or specification supplied by the Buyer; or
b. where such defects arise from fair wear and tear, wilful damage, or negligence of a party other than
the Seller (or its employees or authorised personnel), abnormal working conditions, failure to follow
the Seller's instructions (whether oral or in writing), misuse or alteration or repair of the Goods without
the Seller's approval; or
c. where such defects arise in parts, materials or equipment which have not been manufactured or
designed by the Seller but have been purchased at the Buyer's request by the Seller from the Buyer's
designer and manufacturer or from some other third party (the “Third Party Supplier”).
d. if the total price of the Goods has not been paid by the due date for payment
e. in respect of any type of defect, damage or wear specifically excluded by the Seller by notice in
writing: or
f. if the Buyer makes any further use of the Goods after giving notice in accordance with Clause 1
4. Any repaired or replaced Goods shall be redelivered to the Buyer free of charge to the original point of
delivery but otherwise in accordance with and subject to these Conditions.
5. Alternatively to Condition 1 the Seller shall be entitled at its absolute discretion on return of the defective
Goods to the Seller (at the Seller's request) to refund the price of the defective Goods in the event that such
price shall already have been paid by the Buyer to the Seller, or, if such price has not been paid, to relieve the
Buyer of all obligation to pay the sum by the issue of a credit note in favour of the Buyer in the amount of such
price.
6. In respect of all Goods supplied to the Seller by a Third Party Supplier the Seller will on request pass on to the
Buyer (in so far as reasonably possible) the benefit of any warranty given to the Seller by such Third Party
Supplier and will (on request) supply to the Buyer details of the terms and conditions of such warranty and
copies of any relevant product information sheets, technical data sheets or product leaflets issued by such
Third Party Supplier and the Buyer shall be solely responsible to the entire exclusion of the Seller for
complying with the same.
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8. The Buyer acknowledges that software in general is not error-free and agrees that the existence of such
errors in the Software Programs shall not constitute a breach of this Contract.
9. In the event that the Buyer discovers a material error which results in the Programmed Products not
performing substantially in accordance with the Functional Specification, or the Licensed Programs not
performing substantially in accordance with the relevant Program Documentation and notifies the Seller of the
error within 90 days from the date of the Seller making available the respective software to the Buyer (the
`warranty period") the Seller shall at its sole option either refund the price which the Buyer has paid to the
Seller (or if such price has not been paid, relieve the Buyer of all obligations to pay the sum) in respect of the
respective software or use all reasonable endeavours to correct by patch or new release (at its option) that
part of the software which does not so comply provided that such non-compliance has not been caused by
any modification, variation or addition to the software not performed by the Seller or caused by its incorrect
use, abuse or corruption of the software by use of the software with other software or on equipment with
which it is incompatible,
10. To the extent permitted by English law, the Seller disclaims all other warranties, with respect to the software
which it provides pursuant to the Contract, either express or implied, including but not limited to any implied
warranties of satisfactory quality or fitness for any particular purpose.
11. The Buyer is solely responsible for various scanning the software that it receives from the Seller pursuant to
the Contract.
12. The Seller warrants that it will use reasonable skill and care in providing the Services to the buyer
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