Installation and Operating Manual
System Keyboard with Joystick and Jog Shuttle, 12VDC/230VAC
KBD-2
Contents
Safety Instructions.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.
Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.1 Features...............................................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Package Contents.................................................................................................................................................................................................4
1.3 Required Installation Tools.....................................................................................................................................................................................4
1.4 Connectors...........................................................................................................................................................................................................4
2.
Installation and Configuration..........................................................................................................................................................................................5
2.1 Basic Configuration of Fastrax Dome System........................................................................................................................................................5
2.2 Configuration with DVR.........................................................................................................................................................................................6
2.3 Configuration with MUX........................................................................................................................................................................................7
2.4 Configuration of Master and Slave Keyboards.......................................................................................................................................................8
2.5 Termination...........................................................................................................................................................................................................9
2.6 Dip Switch Setting..............................................................................................................................................................................................10
2.7 Multiplexer Configuration....................................................................................................................................................................................10
3.
Keyboard Setup............................................................................................................................................................................................................11
3.1 Configuration......................................................................................................................................................................................................11
3.2 Network..............................................................................................................................................................................................................12
3.3 Camera...............................................................................................................................................................................................................19
3.4 Time / Date.........................................................................................................................................................................................................19
3.5 ALARM................................................................................................................................................................................................................20
3.6 LCD....................................................................................................................................................................................................................20
3.7 DATA BANK.........................................................................................................................................................................................................20
3.8 INITIALIZATION....................................................................................................................................................................................................21
3.9 HOLD TIME.........................................................................................................................................................................................................21
4.
Slave Keyboard Setup...................................................................................................................................................................................................21
5.
Install with DVR Series..................................................................................................................................................................................................22
5.1 Install with Standalone DVR Series......................................................................................................................................................................22
5.2 Install with PC DVR Series...................................................................................................................................................................................25
6.
Operation......................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
6.1 Keyboard Lock/Unlock (Hidden command)..........................................................................................................................................................28
6.2 Controlling Multiplexer........................................................................................................................................................................................28
6.2.1
Selecting Multiplexer.............................................................................................................................................................................28
6.2.2
Dome Camera Selection........................................................................................................................................................................28
6.3 Summary of Keyboard Controls...........................................................................................................................................................................29
6.3.1
Keys for Dome Cameras........................................................................................................................................................................30
6.3.2
Keys for Multiplexer...............................................................................................................................................................................31
6.4 DVR5 protocol for the DVR for the version 3.1.0 and over Installation of the DVR5 protocol when one DVR is used..............................................35
6.4.1
Operation of the keyboard.....................................................................................................................................................................36
6.4.2
Installation of DVR5 protocol when may DVR is use...............................................................................................................................37
7.
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................................................................40
8.
Short Cut Key................................................................................................................................................................................................................41
9.
Specifications...............................................................................................................................................................................................................42
10.
Dimensional Drawings..................................................................................................................................................................................................43
Betriebsanleitung
Installation and Operating Instructions
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Instrucciones de manejo
Safety Instructions
• Read these safety instructions and the operation manual first before you install and commission the unit.
• Keep the manual in a safe place for later reference.
•Protect your unit from contamination with water and humidity to prevent it from permanent damage. Never switch the unit on when it gets wet.
Have it checked at an authorized service center in this case.
• Never operate the units outside of the specifications as this may prevent their functioning.
•Do not operate the unit beyond their specified temperature, humidity or power ratings. Operate the unit only at a temperature range of 0°C to +50°C
and at a humidity of max. 90%.
• To disconnect the power cord of the unit, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
•Pay attention when laying the connection cable and observe that the cable is not subject to heavy loads, kinks, or damage and no moisture can get in.
Do not attempt to disassemble the camera board from the dome.
• The warranty becomes void if repairs are undertaken by unauthorized persons. Do not open the camera housing.
• Maintenance and repair have to be carried out only by authorized service centers.
•Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the dome. Use a dry cloth to clean the dome surface. In case the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild
detergent and wipe gently.
NOTE:This is a class A digital device. This digital device can cause harmful interference in a residential area; in this case the user may be
required to take appropriate corrective action at his/her own expense.
1. Introduction
1.1 Features
This keyboard controller is capable of controlling dome cameras and providing remote control functions
for a variety of external switching devices such as Multiplexers, Digital Video Recorders etc.
A combination of 4 Keyboard controllers and 5 Multiplexers comprises a small matrix system (64x4) using
its remote control functions and programmable macro functions.
• Programming and Control of Camera Series: Fastrax and Minitrax
• For DVR Series DLR1.2, DLR3/4, DTR, DIR and DPR
• Supports up to 508 Cameras
• Joystick Control of PTZ Functions
• Programmable Sequences / Patterns
• Preset Position and Pattern Control
• Auto and Random Scanning
• Auxiliary Operation
• Master / Slave Operating (up to 3 Slaves)
• RS-232/RS-485 Multi Protocol Interfaces
•16x2 Lines LCD Display
up to 8
alarm inputs
Multiplexer
DVR
(Sensor)
up to 4
alarm
outputs
(Siren)
(Flashing light)
up to 254 cameras including 64 alarm modes
Figure 1: Typical System Configuration
1.2 Package Contents
The package contains the following:
1x Keyboard controller
1x Instruction manual
1x12VDC Power supply (SMPS)
1x Power Cord
1.3 Required Installation Tools
No special tools are required to install the KBD controller. Refer to the installation manuals for the other items that make up part of your system.
1.4 Connectors
Connector
RS-232
DOME2
DOME1
DATA2
DATA1
DC12V
Usage
RS-232: DVR / Upgrade
RS-485: DOME / DVR / Multiplexer / Slave Keyboard
RS-485: DOME
For Junction Box only
For Junction Box only
For Power Supply
NOTE: Don’t connect the DATA1 PORT and DC12V PORT together.
2. Installation and Configuration
2.1 Basic Configuration of Fastrax Dome System
J-Box
Dome
RS-485(+)
DOME 1 +
RX+ (TX+)
RS-485(-)
DOME 1 -
RX- (RX-)
Power 24VAC
STP AWG #22
Alarm output 1-2
Alarm input 1-4
Sensor
Power 24VAC
Alarm input
up to 8
Siren
Dome 1 +
BNC
Dome 1 –
Light
Alarm output
up to 4
Monitor
Alarm output 3-4 Alarm input 5-8
RS-485
Half Duplex Mode: RX+ (TX+), RX- (TX-)
RS-422
Simplex Mode: (RX+), (RX-)
Duplex Mode: RX+ (TX+), RX- (TX-), (RX+), (RX-)
BNC
Rear
Keyboard controller
Figure 2: Basic installation diagram
2.2 Configuration with DVR
J-Box
Dome
RS-485(+)
DOME 1 +
RX+ (TX+)
RS-485(-)
DOME 1 -
RX- (RX-)
Power 24VAC
STP AWG #22
Alarm output 1-2
Alarm input 1-4
Sensor
Power 24VAC
BNC
Alarm input
up to 8
Dome 1 +
Siren
Dome 1 –
Light
Alarm output
up to 4
Alarm output 3-4 Alarm input 5-8
RS-485
Half Duplex Mode: RX+ (TX+), RX- (TX-)
RS-422
Simplex Mode: (RX+), (RX-)
Duplex Mode: RX+ (TX+), RX- (TX-), (RX+), (RX-)
Monitor
BNC
Rear
Keyboard controller
Figure 3: Installation diagram with DVR
2.3 Configuration with MUX
J-Box
Dome
RS-485(+)
DOME 1 +
RX+ (TX+)
RS-485(-)
DOME 1 -
RX- (RX-)
Power 24VAC
STP AWG #22
Alarm output 1-2
Alarm input 1-4
Sensor
Power 24VAC
BNC
Alarm input
up to 8
Dome 1 +
Siren
Dome 1 –
Light
Alarm output
up to 4
Alarm output 3-4 Alarm input 5-8
Spot Monitor
Main Monitor
BNC
BNC
Multiplexer
RS-485 (+) Pin No. 6
RS-485 (-) Pin No. 4
DOME1
DOME2
Rear
Keyboard controller
Figure 4: Installation diagram with MUX
2.4 Configuration of Master and Slave Keyboards
J-Box
Dome
RS-485(+)
DOME 1 +
RX+ (TX+)
RS-485(-)
DOME 1 -
RX- (RX-)
Power 24VAC
STP AWG #22
BNC
Slave K/B control connection
Rear
Master
Keyboard controller
Rear
Slave1
Keyboard controller
DIP SW 1 = ON
DIP SW 2 = ON
DIP SW 8 = OFF
DIP SW 1 = OFF
DIP SW 8 = ON
DOME 2: Protocol KBDDUP
Slave3
Keyboard controller
Slave2
Keyboard controller
Rear
Rear
DIP SW 1 = OFF
DIP SW 8 = ON
DIP SW 1 = ON
DIP SW 8 = ON
Figure 5: Master and Slave keyboard connection
NOTE: Connect the DOME1 port of all slave keyboards to the DOME2 port of the master keyboard and set the DIP SW 1 and 2 as the figure above.
2.5 Termination
The first and last devices in an installation (dome and keyboard controller) must have the data line terminated by setting the DIP switch.
Without proper termination, there is potential for control signal errors. Total length of the cable for communication should not exceed 1.2km.
Cable for communication
Termination ON
Termination ON
Termination ON
Termination ON
Cable for communication
Cable for communication
1.2km
Repeater/Splitter
1.2km
Cable for communication
Input termination ON
Output termination ON
Termination ON
Termination ON
Figure 6: Termination diagram
2.6 Dip Switch Setting
Termination and Master/Slave: Set the switches according to your configuration.
NO.
1
Figure 7: Keyboard DIP switches
2
3
4~6
SETTING
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
7
ON
OFF
8
ON
OFF
DESCRIPTION
DOME1 Termination
DOME2 Termination
J-Box Data2 Termination
(Reserved)
DOWNLOAD ON
DOWNLOAD OFF
Slave
Master
2.7 Multiplexer Configuration
Duplex Setup:
NOTE:
Multiplexers to be controlled by the keyboard controller require a new ROM version. The new multiplexer ROM accepts control
instructions from the keyboard controller. If your multiplexer ’s serial number is „M104xxxx” or higher, then it is ready to accept control
instructions. Alternately, you can check the status of your multiplexer by pressing the Menu key of the multiplexer and then selecting
item 9. If you see the „** Protocol” option line in the Communication Setup menu, your multiplexer has the new ROM, and you do not
need to replace the ROM. If your multiplexer has the old ROM version, contact your distributor on how to get new a ROM.
CAUTION: Before opening the multiplexer, make certain you are working on an antistatic work surface and that you are wearing a grounding wrist
strap. Also, be very careful to orient the ROM chip correctly and not bend any of the pins.
NOTE:
Replace the multiplexer firmware with the new multiplexer ROM (U45) as follows; remove the top cover of the multiplexer, and locate the
ROM (U45). Before removing the ROM, note the orientation of the ROM. After removing the old ROM from the socket, insert the new ROM.
Be careful to orient the new ROM the same as the old ROM. (Refer to the Multiplexer instruction manual.)
Set the multiplexer functions as follows: (Press the Menu key of the multiplexer to enter the Unit Options menu.)
Unit options:
Unit number
Communication type
Baud rate
PORT
** Protocol **
001 (first Mux) or 002 (second Mux)
RS-485
9600 bps
ON
B (If you see this line, the multiplexer has the new ROM)
** The old ROM version does not show Protocol selection option.
Multiplexer alarm inputs will function normally, but the Dome controller has no way of knowing about alarms wired to the Multiplexer. If a Dome preset is
required for such an alarm, you must connect the same alarm input to both the multiplexer and Dome.
Triplex setup:
Unit setup network type
Baud rate
Unit address
Protocol
RS 485
9600 bps
001 ~ 128
B1
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3. Keyboard Setup
To setup the keyboard controllers, the user needs to setup the network, passwords and perform special tasks such as Uploading and Downloading programmed data from the dome cameras. To enter the Keyboard menu, press and hold CTRL and press MENU expressed as CTRL+MENU in the manual. You will see
the following menu.
MAIN MENU
1. Configuration
MAIN MENU
1. Configuration
2. Network
3. Camera
4. Time/Date
5. Alarm
6. LCD
7. Data Bank
8. Initialization
9. Hold time: 005s
Save and Exit
To scroll menu items, move the joystick up or down.
To enter the sub menu, push the joystick to the right.
To change the value, twist the joystick handle.
3.1 Configuration
1. Key beep: ON
ON: the KBD controller ’s internal speaker will sound when you press key.
2. key-lock: OFF
OFF - Disable Auto Key-Lock function.
15Min, 30Min, 60Min - After elapsed setup time, keyboard locks automatically.
User needs the login password to operate the Keyboard again
3. S-Range: 32
Scan Range: 32, 254, 3999 –scan dome cameras up to setting number.
4. Chg User PW
Enters the change user password submenu.
5. Chg Admin PW
Enters the change administrator password submenu.
6. Rescan dome
Rescan the connected dome cameras.
Save and exit
Save the changed settings and return to the previous menu
Change User Password
Current PW: XXXX
NEW PW:
YYYY
Confirm PW: YYYY
This screen allows you to change user password.
Enter 4 digits password and press ENTER. Factory Default setting is 1111.
The user is not allowed to setup or program the KBD controller and the Dome Camera.
Save and Exit
Change Administrator Password
Current PW: XXXX
NEW PW:
YYYY
This screen allows you to change administrator password.
Enter 4 digits password and press ENTER. Factory Default setting is 9999.
Confirm PW: YYYY
Save and Exit
NOTE: Factory default Administrator ’s password is 9 9 9 9 + ENTER .
User password is 1 1 1 1 + ENTER
If you forgot your own password, contact service personnel or distributor.
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3.2 Network
1. J-BOX Set: OFF
Select to use the optional Junction Box or not.
2. Set Port
Select the baud rate and the connected unit’s protocol.
3. MUX Config
Set the multiplexer configuration.
4. Set Slave KBD
Select to use the slave keyboard or not.
Save and exit
Save the changed settings and return to the previous menu
Set Port
1. Set Baud Rate
2. Com Ports
Exit (ESC)
Set Baud Rate
Enters the Baud Rate setup submenu.
Com Ports
Enters the Communications Ports setup submenu.
Exit
Return to the previous menu.
Set Baud Rate
Set Baud Rate
Set Baud Rate
1. DOME1: 9600
1. DOME1: 9600
2. DOME2: 9600
2 D2/DVR:
9600
3. RS232: 9600
Save and Exit
3. ALARMPC: 9600
4. MUX/KBD:
9600
5. DVR/AUX:
9600
Save and Exit
J-BOX: OFF
J-BOX: ON
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Com Ports
Com Ports
1. DOME1: DOME
Com Ports
1. DOME1: DOME
2. DOME2: NONE
2 D2/DVR:
NONE
3. RS232: NONE
3. ALARMPC: NONE
Save and Exit
4. MUX/KBD:
NONE
5. DVR/AUX:
NONE
Save and Exit
J-BOX :OFF
J-BOX :ON
J-BOX: OFF
DOME1
2400~38400
None / Dome / DVR5
DOME2
2400~38400
None / Dome / DVR1-4 / PC-DVR / KBDDUP / KBDTRI / AUX IN
RS232
2400~38400
None / DVR1-4 / PC-DVR / AUX IN
DOME1
2400~38400
RS485: None / Dome
D2/DVR
2400~38400
RS485: None / Dome / DVR1-4 / PC DVR / AUX IN
ALARMPC
2400~38400
RS232: None / AUX IN
MUX/KBD
2400~38400
RS485: None / DUPLEX / TRIPLEX / AUX IN
DVR/AUX
2400~38400
RS232: None / DVR1-4 / PC-DVR / AUX IN
J-BOX: ON
KBDDUP:
Slave Keyboard + Duplex Multiplexer
KBDTRI:
Keyboard + Triplex Multiplexer
AUX IN:
Outputs the auxiliary signal input to Dome1 (FASTRAX, PELCO only)
NOTE: When the DVR is selected at a port, the other port displays the same DVR only. To change the DVR num ber at the other port, first change
the current DVR number to none.
MUX Config (Multiplexer Configuration)
This screen allows you to set multiplexer switching settings when you select the camera by pressing NO + CAM. Up to 64 Cameras can be installed using
5 MUXs and 4 keyboards. It is equivalent to a 64x4 matrix system. Each four users can view one of 64 cameras to his own SPOT(AUX) monitor.
MUX Config
1. MUX Channel:16
2. Set MUX A
3. Set MUX B
Save and Exit
This menu is for assignment when multiplexers are installed in two levels. Two levels means that spot outputs of the first level multiplexers is connected to
the video input of the second level multiplexer.
Press NO + CAM will display the selected camera on the spot output of the second level multiplexer.
MUX Channel: NO (no use), 16, 28, 32, 48, 64 – Select the MUX channel number used in the multiplexer configuration.
When you select the desired number, the MUX configuration table is made automatically according to the number as the figures, page 15-17.
When the configuration is different from the auto-setting, you can change the value individually as below.
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Set MUX A
Cam<-
MUX
In
Out
0001
001
01
01
This menu is for assignment the first level (A level) of MUX.
Cam:
Dome camera ID
MUX:
MUX ID
In:
Input of MUX
Out:
Spot Output number of the MUX
(01: master keyboard, 02: slave keyboard 1, 03: slave keyboard 2, 04: slave keyboard 3)
1. Move the cursor ( <– ) on the Cam column by the joystick.
2. Twist the joystick handle to change the value.
3. Move the cursor ( <– ) on the MUX column by the joystick.
4. Twist the joystick handle to change the value.
5. Move the cursor ( <– ) on the In column by the joystick.
6. Twist the joystick handle to change the value.
7. Press CTRL or ESC to exit.
8. To save data, move the joystick right on „Save and Exit” row in MUX Config.
Press OFF to delete the camera number.
Set MUX B
Cam<-
MUX
In
Out
0001
005
01
01
This menu is for assignment the second level (B level) of MUX.
Cam:
Dome camera ID
MUX:
MUX ID
In:
Video Input number connected from the spot output of the first level’s MUX.
Out:
Spot Output number of the MUX
(01: master keyboard, 02: slave keyboard 1, 03: slave keyboard 2, 04: slave keyboard 3)
For example: When the MUX channel is 64:
At the master keyboard, pressing 64 + CAM is operates as below.
Cam<-
MUX
In
0064
00416
01
Cam<-
MUX
Out
0064
00513
In
Out
MUX A: The multiplexer 04 outputs camera (ID=64) of the video input 16 to the
spot output 1.
MUX B: The multiplexer 05 outputs the camera (ID=64) of the video input 13 to the
spot output 1.
01
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Multiplexer Configuration Examples
Example 1: Multi/Single user system with 16 Cameras and Example 2: Multi/Single user system with 28 Cameras and
1 Multiplexer
2 Multiplexers
MUX A
Dome ID
01 –>
02 –>
03 –>
04 –>
05 –>
06 –>
07 –>
08 –>
09 –>
10 –>
11 –>
12 –>
13 –>
14 –>
15 –>
16 –>
Main Keyboard
Slave Keyboard 1
Slave Keyboard 2
Slave Keyboard 3
MUX A
Dome ID
01 –>
02 –>
03 –>
04 –>
05 –>
06 –>
07 –>
08 –>
09 –>
10 –>
11 –>
12 –>
13 –>
14 –>
15 –>
16 –>
Mux 01
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Main Keyboard
Slave Keyboard 1
Slave Keyboard 2
Slave Keyboard 3
Mux 01
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
One Mux configuration
Two Muxs configuration
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MUX B
ID
17 –>
18 –>
19 –>
20 –>
21 –>
22 –>
23 –>
24 –>
25 –>
26 –>
27 –>
28 –>
Mux 02
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Example 3: Multi/Single user system with 32 Cameras and Example 4: Multi/Single user system with 48 Cameras and
3 Multiplexers
4 Multiplexers
MUX A
Dome ID
17 –>
18 –>
19 –>
20 –>
21 –>
22 –>
23 –>
24 –>
25 –>
26 –>
27 –>
28 –>
29 –>
30 –>
31 –>
32 –>
Mux 02
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Mux 01
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Dome ID
<– 1
<– 2
<– 3
<– 4
<– 5
<– 6
<– 7
<– 8
<– 9
<– 10
<– 11
<– 12
<– 13
<– 14
<– 15
<– 16
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
Main Keyboard
Slave Keyboard 1
Slave Keyboard 2
Slave Keyboard 3
Three Muxs configuration
MUX A
MUX B
Mux 03
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Dome ID
33 –>
34 –>
35 –>
36 –>
37 –>
38 –>
39 –>
40 –>
41 –>
42 –>
43 –>
44 –>
45 –>
46 –>
47 –>
48 –>
Dome ID
17 –>
18 –>
19 –>
Mux 03
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Mux 02
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
MUX B
Mux 01
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Dome ID
<– 1
<– 2
<– 3
<– 4
<– 5
<– 6
<– 7
<– 8
<– 9
<– 10
<– 11
<– 12
<– 13
<– 14
<– 15
<– 16
NC
NC
NC
NC
Main Keyboard
Slave Keyboard 1
Slave Keyboard 2
Slave Keyboard 3
Four Muxs configuration
16
Mux 04
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Example 5: Multi/Single User system with 64 Cameras and 5 Multiplexers
MUX A
Dome ID
49 –>
50 –>
51 –>
52 –>
53 –>
54 –>
55 –>
56 –>
57 –>
58 –>
59 –>
60 –>
61 –>
62 –>
63 –>
64 –>
Dome ID
33 –>
34 –>
35 –>
Mux 04
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Dome ID
17 –>
18 –>
19 –>
Mux 03
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
MUX B
Mux 02
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Mux 01
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Dome ID
<– 1
<– 2
<– 3
<– 4
<– 5
<– 6
<– 7
<– 8
<– 9
<– 10
<– 11
<– 12
<– 13
<– 14
<– 15
<– 16
Main Keyboard
Slave Keyboard 1
Slave Keyboard 2
Slave Keyboard 3
Five Muxs configuration
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Mux 05
Cam 1
Cam 2
Cam 3
Cam 4
Cam 5
Cam 6
Cam 7
Cam 8
Cam 9
Cam 10
Cam 11
Cam 12
Cam 13
Cam 14
Cam 15
Cam 16
Aux 1
Aux 2
Aux 3
Aux 4
Set Slave Keyboard
Set Slave Kbd
1. Slave KBD:
OFF
2. MUX cont:
OFF
3. DVR cont:
OFF
4. Dome Menu:
OFF
5. Slave KBD Unit
Save and Exit
This screen allows you set up Slave KBD controller, how many the slave KBD controller and Mux menu controllability and DVR menu controllability, etc.
1. Slave KBD
ON: Slave KBD controller can control the unit which is connected Master KBD controller.
2. MUX control
ON: Slave KBD controller is allowed to access Mux setup menu.
3. DVR control
ON: Slave KBD controller is allowed to access DVR setup menu.
4. Dome Menu
ON: Slave KBD controller is allowed to access Dome menu setup.
5. Slave KBD Unit
Enters the Slave keyboard unit submenu.
Save and exit
Save the changed settings and return to the previous menu
Set Slave Keyboard Unit
Slave KBD Unit
1. Slave ID1:
OFF
2. Slave ID2:
OFF
3. Slave ID3:
OFF
Save and Exit
This setup allows you set up the slave keyboard, how many slave keyboards.
To use the slave keyboard, set ON.
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3.3 CAMERA
Cam<-
PR
PT
BR
0001
F2E
D1
9600
Cam: Camera ID
PR:
Protocol [F2,F2E,P-D (PELCO-D), P-P (PELCO-P)]
PT:
Port [D1 (DOME1), D2 (DOME2)]
BR:
Baud rate
This camera setup is listed up to 64 cameras and the camera ID has up to 3999.
When the keyboard has that the Alarm Check option is ON, the camera setup is set automatically after the keyboard checks the camera at the first power on
or after the scan dome function.
At this time, the F2E protocol could not be changed.
To add the other camera:
1. Select the blank line (- - -) by moving the joystick down or up.
2. Twist the handle of the joystick clockwise, then the next camera number displays or press camera number and CAM key, if that number is not already
defined, the camera number displays.
3. Set the appropriate protocol and port moving the cursor ( <– )by the joystick.
Alarm check option is ON: P-D (PELCO-D), P-P (PELCO-P)
Alarm check option is OFF: F2, F2E, P-D (PELCO-D), P-P (PELCO-P)
4. Set the appropriate baud rate of the camera.
5. Repeat step 1-4 to add a new camera.
6. Press CTRL to save and exit.
7. To change the camera, repeat step 2-6 after selecting the desired camera number.
Press OFF to delete the saved camera.
Press the ESC key to exit without saving.
NOTE: The baud rate of the F2E is according to the value of the set baud rate menu.
When the keyboard has that the alarm check option is OFF, the camera setup displays the blank value after the first power on. At this time, set all cameras
according to the procedure above.
ATTENTION: If a recorder is controlled via the DVR4 protocol, the local dome control is deactivated and cameras may no longer be configured in
this menu setting. The DVR4 protocol is designed to allow the domes to be controlled directly via the RS-485 interface of the recorder,
and not from the KBD-2 keyboard. If one wishes to control the domes via the keyboard, then the DVR2 protocol should be used.
3.4 TIME / DATE
TIME/DATE
1.Display:
ON
2.Year:2007
3.Month:
JUL
4.Day:
02
5.Hour:12
6.Minute:20
Save and Exit
Set the KBD controllers’ Time & Date.
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3.5 ALARM
ALARM
1. Check:
2. Beep:
ON
ON
Save and Exit
1. Alarm Check
When set to ON, the KBD controller will check alarm signal and each port can be connected 32 dome cameras.
When set to OFF, it will not check alarm signal and each port can be connected 128 dome cameras.
2. Alarm Beep
When set to ON, the KBD controller will sound beep when alarm signal is detected.
Save and exit
Save the changed settings and return to the previous menu
NOTE: When domes are installed more than 64 at one dome port, you should set the alarm check to OFF.
3.6 LCD
LCD
1. Bright:
2. Backlight:
03
ON
Bright:
01 ~ 12
Backlight:
ON/OFF
Save and Exit
3.7 DATA BANK
Data Bank
The data bank function allows you to download the programmed data from the selected
camera and to upload the saved data of the keyboard to the selected camera.
1. Download –>
2. Download –>
Exit(ESC)
Data Bank 1
Push the joystick to the right to download.
065.5%
Data Bank 1
After downloading, if success, press ENTER.
Download OK
Data Bank 1
After downloading, if fail, press ENTER.
Download Error
Data Bank
After downloading, it displays as the right figure.
1: 0001E
2: Download –>
Data Bank 1
To upload, select the upload and push the joystick to the right.
Upload
Clear Data
Exit(ESC)
To clear the saved data, select the clear data and push the joystick to the right.
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3.8 Initialization
To initialize the keyboard, select Initialization.
MAIN MENU
After Initialization, the keyboard returns it to the factory value.
8. Initialization
Are you sure?
ENTER OR ESC
3.9 HOLD TIME
MAIN MENU
9. Hold time: 005s
When the dome ID of the master keyboard is the same as the slave keyboard or the one from AUX IN mode (dome2 port), during the hold time after the master
keyboard control the dome, the slave keyboard and the unit from the AUX IN mode (dome2 port) cannot control the dome.
INF (Infinite)
Slave Keyboard user never has the right to control the dome which is selected by master Keyboard users.
1 ~ 200 second
After select hold time, the slave keyboard can control the dome.
When the dome ID of the master keyboard is not the same as the slave keyboard or the one from AUX IN mode (dome2 port), the hold time has no relation.
4. Slave Keyboard Setup
Master Keyboard should be setup as following procedure:
1. Check for DIP switch the 8th of S1 „OFF”.
2. Press CTRL + MENU. Check Slave KBD setting „ON”.
Network
Set Slave KBD
Slave KBD: ON
Network
Set Slave KBD
Slave KBD Unit: ON for the desired slave keyboard
Slave Keyboard need to be setup with the following procedure:
1. Check for dip switch the 8th of S1 „ON”.
2. If you setup all connection correctly and turn on slave keyboard, you should see following screen.
Ver x.x Slave1
<– Current Device ID = 1
Password: xxxx
<– Default setting is 9 9 9 9 for administrator, 1 1 1 1 for user
Not connected
<– means that the controller is not connected to master keyboard.
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3. Press CTRL + MENU. Set the Slave ID to 01.
MAIN MENU
Network
1. J-BOX Set:
2. Keyboard ID:
3. BPS:
Save and Exit
Configuration
1. Key Beep:
2. Key Lock:
3. Chg User PW
4. Chg Admin PW
Save and Exit
1. Configuration
2. Network
3. LCD
4. Initialization
Exit(ESC)
LCD
1. Bright:
2. Backlight:
Save and Exit
OFF
01
9600
ON
OFF
03
ON
5. Install with DVR Series
5.1 Install with Standalone DVR Series
When user wants to connect with DVR, proceed as the following order.
J-Box
Dome
RS-485(+)
DOME 1 +
RX+ (TX+)
RS-485(-)
DOME 1 -
RX- (RX-)
Power 24VAC
STP AWG #22
Standalone DVR series
Unshielded cable
Rear
Rear
Keyboard controller
Figure 8: DVR connection diagram
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1. Connect RS-232 cable between RS-232 Port of DVR and RS-232 of the Keyboard.
(This connection enables DVR control remotely from KBD controller)
2. How to setup the KBD controller.
A. Turn the Keyboard ON
B. Input password (Factory setting is 9 9 9 9 )
C. Open the menu of the KBD controller by pressing CTRL + MENU Key.
D. Set as below in Network menu.
Set Baud Rate
Com Ports
DOME1:
9600
DOME1:
Dome
DOME2:
9600
DOME2:
AUX IN
RS232:
9600
RS232:
DVR1-DVR4
3. How to setup DVR
A. Press „OK”, and the below screen will be appeared.
B. Select „System Information” on the system menu and change UNIT ID.
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C. Select „Camera” on the Device menu. Unit ID should be 1 up to 99. Unit ID is not allowed number „0”.
D. Set „PTZ Device” and „ID” of the dome camera. Select RS232/RS485 after PTZ is installed, and then set-up as below table.
RS-232/RS-485
Baud Rate
Parity
Data
Stop
Usage
RS-232
9600
None
8
1
Remote Control
RS-485
9600
None
8
1
PTZ Control
4. After setting Unit ID, Camera, and RS-232/RS-485, installing dome camera is basically completed. Please refer to the manual of DVR for the other
installation.
5. Press the related number of the controller which is correspondent to unit ID of DVR. Then press DVR button and adjust unit ID of the controller
6. Make sure if any change is appeared on screen when you press
connection and setting of installation.
button of the controller for basic testing. If there’s no change appeared, verify cable
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5.2 Install with PC DVR Series
If user wants to connect with PC DVR, please proceed as the following order.
STP AWG #22
Wire Connection
DOME
JUNCTION BOX
R(T)X+
DOME1 +
R(T)X–
DOME1 –
CONVERTER
JUNCTION BOX
TX+(RS-485)
DOME2 +
TX-(RS-485)
DOME2 –
RS-232 cable Remote control
PTZ control from DVR
PTZ control from DVR
RS-232 to RS-485
converter
Figure 8: PC DVR Connection Diagram
1. Connect RS-232C cable between RS-232C Port of PC DVR and RS-232C port of the Keyboard.
(This connection enables PC DVR control remotely from KBD controller)
2. Plug the RS-232C to RS-485 converter in the RS-232C Port of PC DVR. Connect wires between the TX(+/-) of converter and DOME2(+/-) of Keyboard.
(This connection enables PC DVR PTZ control from KBD controller)
3. How to setup the KBD controller.
A.Switch the KBD controller ON
B.Input password (Factory Setting is 9 9 9 9)
C.Open the menu of the KBD controller by pressing CTRL + MENU Key.
D.Set as below in Network menu.
Set Baud Rate
Com Ports
1. DOME1 : 9600
1. DOME1: Dome
2. DOME2 : 9600
2 DOME2:
AUX IN
3. RS-232 : 9600
3. RS-232: PC-DVR
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3. How to setup DVR
A.Switch the PC DVR on.
B.If press setup button on the above screen, the below screen will be appeared.
C.Select camera input number that dome camera connected. Then install as below to select set-up PTZ after checking PTZ box.
D.If PTZ is not necessary for PC DVR, cable and installation here is not needed.
PC DVR is able to be controlled remotely and there ’s no PTZ function)
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5. How to PC DVR Remote setup
A.If selects Setup on main menu, the below screen will be appeared.
B.After selecting System and checking Remote control box, please install as below to select Setup remote control. Device ID is not allowed number „0”.
C.Make sure if any change is appeared on screen to press QUAD (Next Screen) button of a controller for basic testing. If there ’s no change appeared,
check cable connection and installation again.
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6. Operation
6.1 Keyboard Lock/Unlock (Hidden command)
When the user leaves the control desk, he may wish to lock the keyboard controller to prevent unauthorized use.
Pressing 777 + ENTER will lock the keyboard controller. Pressing 777 + ENTER while the keyboard is locked will open the password screen. If the correct
password is entered, the keyboard controller will return to normal operation.
If the power is turned off and on while the keyboard is locked, it will ask for the password. Entering the correct password will cause the keyboard controller
to return to normal operation.
NOTE: If you forget your own passwords, turn off the keyboard controller, contact your distributor to get a 4-digit back door password.
This will change the passwords to the factory default. Contact your distributor to get the 4-digit back door password.
6.2 Controlling Multiplexer
Using a multiplexer allows more flexibility in the types of cameras that can be used in a full system. Dome cameras and regular cameras can be mixed.
The keys PIP, 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, ZOOM, SET, etc., are keys that are used to operate the multiplexer.
6.2.1 Selecting Multiplexer
Duplex: Press MACRO/MENU key to enter Multiplexer set up menu and hold down the ENTER Key while navigating using the joystick.
(ENTER+Joystick).
Triplex: Push the Joystick upward with the ENTER pressed ENTER+Joystick) will show the Mux menu.
It will act like a mouse. Rotating the handle clockwise will act like the set key of the multiplexer. Rotating counterclockwise will act like the ESC key
of the Multiplexer.
Selecting multiplexer (Mux ID No. + MUX)
Example: If the unit address of the Multiplexer is 128, you should press 1 2 8 + MUX to control the 128th Multiplexer.
6.2.2 Dome Camera Selection
Selecting camera (No. + CAM)
With these selections, the keyboard controller has full control of the selected camera if it is a dome camera.
Viewing full screen mode (Mux ID No. + MUX, Multiplexer video input No. + MAIN)
Select cameras 1 to 16 by pressing the camera number and then Main. The selected camera will appear in the full screen mode and is under control if it is a
dome camera.
Picture on Spot output monitor (SPOT No. + SPOT + Camera No. + ENTER)
Pressing SPOT No. + SPOT + Camera No. + ENTER will switch the selected camera number to the specific spot monitor output of the multiplexer.
The selected camera can be a dome camera or a standard camera. The Keyboard controller maintains control of the previously selected dome camera.
It does not change the main output of the multiplexer.
Example:
1 + MUX, 2 + SPOT + 12 + ENTER will switch camera 12 on multiplexer 1 to the spot output 2 of multiplexer 1.
2 + MUX, 1 + SPOT + 16 + ENTER will switch camera 16 on multiplexer 2 to the spot output 1 of multiplexer 2.
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6.3 Summary of Keyboard Controls
Key operation example
CTRL + MENU :
Press and hold down CTRL Key and press MENU Key.
1 + CAM :
Press 1 Key, CAM Key sequentially.
CTRL + JOYSTICK :
Press and hold down CTRL Key while manipulate Joystick Handle.
ENTER + JOYSTICK : Press and hold down ENTER Key while manipulate Joystick Handle.
Optional Junction Box (Art. No. 902037)
Description
Q’ty
Junction Box (J-box)
1
3m 8pin cable (unshielded)
2
M4 x L10 Self tapping screws
4
Front
Rear
NOTE: This junction box is not included in the keyboard box.
NOTE: Don’t supply the power to the keyboard and the junction box together.
When you use the junction box with the keyboard, connect the power adaptor of the keyboard to the junction box.
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6.3.1 Keys for Dome Cameras
Function
Camera selection
Key Label
No. +
Descriptions
Displays the selected camera on the spot out of the multiplexer and allows the camera to be controlled by
the keyboard controller, if the selected camera is a dome camera.
Function number selection with function keys. (e.g. 1 + CAM, 3 + TOUR, 5 + SCAN, 6 + PRST)
Cancel
Cancels current inputs.
Exits from currently running functions or menu, error status, etc.
Alarm
Disregards all currently activated alarms and turns off the beep temporarily.
If alarm is activated again within the programmed hold time, the timer will restart and beep again.
Relay ON
Relay No. 1~4 + ON will activate the selected relay.
Relay OFF
Relay No. 1~4 + OFF will disable the selected relay.
Home
Immediately calls Home function.
Deletes selected value or function in programming mode
Global
Sends all cameras to preset (e.g. 1, 2... 55 + ENTER).
888 + ENTER: Night shot mode, 999 + ENTER: Normal mode
Call Preset position
Pressing PRST will bring up the preset programming menu.
Recalls preset; e.g. 1, 2 ... 31 ... 240 + PRST
In the preset or tour programming mode, the operator can review the exiting preset (selected by cursor)
by pressing this key.
Tour
Pressing TOUR will bring up the tour programming menu directly.
Recalls programmed presets or functions sequentially. (e.g., 1 + TOUR)
Pattern
Pressing PTRN will bring up the pattern programming menu directly.
Repeats the selected pattern of the current dome camera. (e.g., 1 + PTRN)
Auto Scan
Pressing SCAN will bring up the Auto Scan programming menu.
Calls Auto panning function (e.g. 2 + SCAN repeats Auto Scan 2).
Configuration
Enters programming menu. CTRL + MENU will invoke Keyboard set up menu
No. + CTRL + PRST will store current view as a preset directly.
No. + CTRL + TOUR will open programming menu
Program
No. + CTRL + SCAN will open programming menu
Control
CTRL+Joystick: In a programming mode (Preset, Pattern, Scan, Privacy....) the joystick operates as if in
the normal control mode.
While pressing and holding down the CTRL key, all movements of the joystick will start recording when in
the pattern programming menu.
CTRL + Joystick: In normal operation mode, manual speed of the joystick control will be operated in
turbo mode.
Enter
Completes entering data for the password or title
ENTER + Joystick: Direction key in DVR remote mode or Mux (PTZ, Mouse, Cursor)
Manual Focus
Overrides auto focus. Moving the Zoom handle reactivates Auto Focus mode.
Manual Iris
Overrides auto iris. Moving the joystick reactivates Auto Iris mode.
Zoom
Zoom control
Joystick
Twist,
Up / Down
Left / Right
Zoom control (proportional to position).
Tilt control, Cursor Up / Down in the menu
Pan control, Cursor Left / Right or Page scroll in the menu.
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6.3.2 Keys for Multiplexer
Function
Key Label
Descriptions
Select Multiplexer (e.g. 1 or 2 + MUX)
Select MUX ID
Full Screen
No. +
Puts the multiplexer in Full-Screen Mode of the selected camera No.
PiP
PIP
Picture-in-Picture mode
2 by 2 Display
2X2
Displays view of four cameras. The remaining cameras can be sequenced in the lower-right window.
3 by 3 Display
3X3
Displays view of nine cameras. The remaining cameras can be sequenced in the lower-right window.
4 by 4 Display
4X4
Displays view of 16 cameras in 1/16-size pictures.
2nd
2ND
Second mode of PIP multiplexer. Pressing 2nd + ENTER again will return to normal mode.
Panic record
Macro
Select or Alarm
L.REC
Put a camera in the Panic Record Mode
Same as MENU key in the Duplexer model
Same as MACRO key in the Triplexer model
MACRO
Same as SELECT key in the Duplexer model
Same as ALARM key in the Triplexer model
SEL
Freeze
Digital Zoom
Freeze the video from the currently selected camera
Enter the Zoom Mode
ZOOM
Sequence
VCR
SET
Put the multiplexer in the Sequence Mode
VCR
Switch the multiplexer into VCR playback mode
This button has several functions. It brings up a Popup menu, sets selections on the OSD menus and
decreases numbers in the number setup function.
SET
Spot No. +
Spot output
Cursor movement
+
Camera No. +
+ Joystick
Displays selected camera as spot output of the current Multiplexer.
(e.g. 2 + SPOT + 1 + ENTER will display camera 1 as a spot output 2of the current Multiplexer)
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the ZOOM and SET UP mode.
Handle turn clockwise for SET mode.
Handle turn counterclockwise for ESC mode.
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6.3.3.1 Keys for DVR (DVR 1 ~ 4, PC-DVR)
Function
Key Label
Descriptions
DVR ID Selection (e.g. 1 or 2 + DVR)
ID Selection
MENU
Enter the Quick Setup screen. You will need to enter the administrator password to access the Quick
Setup. Pressing the button also closes the current menu or setup dialog box.
MACRO
[DVR1, DVR3] Record on and off.
Record
Recall Preset
[DVR2, DVR4] Turn the panic record on and off.
No. +
Recall the preset number in the PTZ mode.
Rewind
Play video backward at high speed. Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from
and
.
Reverse Play
No operation
Play/Pause
[DVR 1 ~ 4] Play recorded data / Pause playing. [PC-DVR] Play
Play video forward at high speed.
Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from
[DVR1, DVR2]
Fast Forward
STOP
No. +
Save the preset number in the PTZ mode.
[DVR 1 ~ 4] No operation. [PC-DVR] Pause
Displays selected camera in Full-Screen mode and enter the numbers in the login menu.
No. +
Spot No. +
+
Spot Sequence
Toggle on and off sequence mode of the selected spot output.
Spot No. +
Spot output
.
Display the SPOT pop-up menu.
Pause
Full Screen
.and
During Playback mode returns the DVR to the Live Monitoring mode.
[DVR3, DVR4]
SPOT
Save Preset
,
,
+
Camera No. +
Displays selected camera as spot output of the current DVR.
Display Mode
Toggle between different display formats. The available formats are: full, 4x4, 3x3, 2x2 and PIP.
Sequence
When in the live mode, pressing the SEQUENCE button displays another full live channel sequentially.
When in one of the multi-view formats, pressing this button will cause the DVR to sequence cameras
in two sequence modes: „Page” and „Cameo”. In the Page mode, the DVR sequences through userdefined screen layouts (pages). In the Cameo mode, the bottom, right screen to display live cameras
sequentially. Pressing the SEQUENCE button while in the Sequence mode will exit the Sequence mode.
Freeze
Freeze the current live screen
Search
Go to the playback mode and exit the playback mode.
Digital Zoom
+
[DVR 1 ~ 4] Enter the digital zoom mode when DVR has the digital zoom function.
Alarm
First, it will reset the DVR’s outputs including the internal buzzer during an alarm. Second, it will
display the event log when you are in the live monitoring mode unless there is an active alarm.
Enter
[DVR 1 ~ 4] Select a highlighted item or completes an entry that you have made.
Cursor Movement
Shuttle
Jog
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the digital zoom and SET UP mode.
+ Joystick Handle turn clockwise for SET mode.
Handle turn counterclockwise for ESC mode.
The Shuttle Ring operates in the Playback mode only. Turning the ring clockwise plays video forward.
Turning the ring counterclockwise plays video backward.
The Jog Dial operates only when playback video has been paused. By turning the jog dial clockwise,
you can play video forward image-by-image.
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Function
Cam Selection
Display Mode
Key Label
No. +
CTRL + 1 ~ CTRL + 9
Descriptions
[PC-DVR]
Select the camera and change the camera in the full-screen mode.
[PC-DVR] Change screen mode.
Go last
+
[PC-DVR] Go last
Go last
+
[PC-DVR] Go last
X times Forward play
1~9 +
[PC-DVR] Fast play at x (No.) times speed.
X times Backward play
1~9 +
[PC-DVR] Fast rewind at x (No.) times speed.
[DVR1- 4] Open a Pan/Tilt/Zoom screen which allows you to control properly configured PTZ cameras.
PTZ
Manual Focus
+
Manual Iris
+
Zoom
+
Movement
When a PTZ camera is connected to the DVR, it can control the focus.
Moving the Zoom handle reactivates Auto Focus mode.
When a PTZ camera is connected to the DVR, it can control the IRIS.
Moving the joystick reactivates Auto Iris mode.
When a PTZ camera is connected to the DVR, it can control the zoom position.
+ Joystick
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the PTZ mode.
Handle turn clockwise or counterclockwise for then zoom control.
* When DVR has the record button, select DVR1
* When DVR has the panic record button, select DVR2
* When DVR has the record button and the spot button, select DVR3
* When DVR has the panic record button and the spot button, select DVR4
* When DVR is the PC based DVR, select PC-DVR
* The key for the dome control operates only when the dome is connected to the DVR by RS-485 and the DVR is in the PTZ mode.
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6.3.3.2 Example for Key Operation in PC- DVR
Function
MENU
Descriptions
Key Label
Live (Guard) Mode
No action
MACRO
Record
Recall Preset
Playback Mode
Record ON/OFF
No. +
Recall Preset
Search
Go to playback mode
Stop
Rewind
No action
Rewind one image
No action
Fast rewind at x (No.) times speed
Reverse Play
No action
Reverse play
Play/Pause
No action
Play
Fast Forward
No action
Record
No action
Fast play at x (No.) times speed
No action
Go to Guard mode
X times Backward play
X times Forward play
1~9 +
1~9 +
STOP
Save Preset
No. +
Save the preset number in the PTZ mode.
Pause
Full Screen
No action
No. +
Spot No. +
No action
+
Spot Sequence
Operate according to the model or not
Spot No. +
Spot output
+
Operate according to the model or not
Camera No. +
Display Mode
Sequence
Change Display Mode
No action
Sequence
No action
Freeze, PTZ, Enter
Camera Selection
* For example, press
Pause in playing
No action
No. +
Camera Selection
to enter the playback mode.
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6.4 DVR5 protocol for the DVR for the version 3.1.0 and over Installation of the DVR5 protocol when one DVR is used.
NOTE: When you set the protocol to DVR5, the keyboard operates as the DVR’s keyboard only you must install domes to the DVR only.
RS-232
When you control the PTZ camera by the DVR, follow as below.
1. Connect RS-232 cable between RS-232 Port of DVR and DVR port of the J-box. (This connection enables DVR control remotely from KBD controller)
2. Connect RS-485 cables between the DVR and PTZ cameras.
3. Connect the power jack to the power port of the keyboard.
A. Input password (Factory setting is 9 9 9 9)
B. Open the menu of the KBD controller by pressing CTRL + MENU key.
C. Set as below in Network menu.
Set Baud Rate
Com Ports
1. DOME1: 9600
1. DOME1: NONE
2. DOME2: 9600
2 DOME2:
NONE
3. RS-232: 9600
3. RS-232: DVR5
NOTE: The baud rate of DVR/AUX should be the same as one of the RS-232 of the DVR
4. How to setup DVR:
D. Switch the DVR on.
E. Enter the Menu according to the DVR’s instruction manual.
F. Change the Port to „RS-232” of the remote control in the devices menu.
G. Confirm matching the setup of RS-232 with the keyboard.
Ex: Baud Rate: 9600, Data Bit: 8, Stop Bit: 1, Parity: None)
H. Change the Remote Control to „Remote Control2” in the devices menu.
I. Change the Port to „RS-485” in the PTZ menu of the camera of the devices menu.
J. Confirm matching the setup of RS-485 of the PTZ menu with PTZ cameras.
K. Set the PTZ menu according to PTZ cameras.
NOTE: The baud rate of all PTZ cameras should be used one speed type (ex. All 9600 or all 2400)
NOTE: The product of FASTRAX should be used „FASTRAX2”
L. Set the ID number according to PTZ cameras.
M. Set the system ID number to 1.
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6.4.1 Operation of the keyboard
When the PTZ camera is installed on the DVR, you should select the number of the input channel not the ID number of the PTZ camera.
For example, when the PTZ camera with the 5 ID number is installed the number 1 of the input jack of the DVR, to control the camera, you select 1 + CAM
not 5 + CAM.
Action
Key pressing
Remark / LCD display
DVR selection
1+
Displays DVR-001 at the top line
1+
CAM:0001 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
17 +
CAM:0017 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
Camera selection of DVR #2
2+
CAM:0017 at the top line
DVR-002 at the top line
Camera 1 selection of DVR #2
1+
CAM:0001 at the top line
DVR-002 at the top line
Return to DVR #1
1+
CAM:0001 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
1+
CAM:0001 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
16 +
CAM:0016 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
32 +
CAM:0032 at the top line
DVR-001 at the top line
2+
CAM:0032 at the top line
DVR-002 at the top line
Camera selection
Full-screen selection
Return to DVR #2
1+
+1+
Camera 1 goes to SPOT 1 output
2+
+ 16 +
Camera 16 goes to SPOT2 output
1+
+
Sequence SPOT 1 output
1+
+
Stop the sequence of SPOT 1 output
Control SPOT output
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6.4.2 Installation of DVR5 protocol when many DVR is use
RS-232 to RS-485 converter
RS-232 to RS-485 converter
When you control PTZ cameras on many DVRs, you need RS-232 to RS-485 converter.
PTZ cameras are connected to RS-232 to RS-485 converter by the RS-232 port of the DVR and the keyboard is connected through the RS-485 port of the DVR.
Follow as below.
1. Connect RS-485 cable between RS-485 Port of DVR and the DOME1 port of the keyboard.
2. Connect RS-232 cable between RS-232 Port of DVR and the RS-232 Port of the RS-232 to RS-485 converter.
3. Connect PTZ cameras to the RS-485 Port of the RS-232 to RS-485 converter.
4. Repeat the step 1-3 each DVR.
5. Set the system ID number of each DVR from 1 to the last DVR increasing 1.
6. Set the network menu of the keyboard as below.
Set Baud Rate
1. DOME1: 9600
Com Ports
1. DOME1: 2. DOME2: 9600
2 DOME2:
NONE
3. RS-232: 9600
3. RS-232: NONE
NOTE: The baud rate of DOME1 should be the same as one of the RS-485 of the DVR
7. How to setup DVR:
A. Switch the DVR on.
B. Enter the Menu according to the DVR’s instruction manual.
C. Change the Port to „RS-485” of the remote control in the devices menu.
D. Confirm matching the setup of RS-485 with the keyboard.
Ex: Baud Rate: 9600, Data Bit: 8, Stop Bit: 1, Parity: None
E. Change the Remote Control to „Remote Control2” in the devices menu.
F Change the Port to „RS-232” in the PTZ menu of the camera of the devices menu.
G. Confirm matching the setup of RS-232 of the PTZ menu with PTZ cameras.
H. Set the PTZ menu according to PTZ cameras (PRODUCT and ID).
DVR5
NOTE: The baud rate of all PTZ cameras should be used one speed type (ex. All 9600 or all 2400)
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6.4.2.1 Keys for Dome Cameras
Function
Camera selection
Key Label
1 ... 16 +
Descriptions
Displays the selected camera number.
Cancel
Cancels current inputs.
Exits from currently running functions or menu, error status, etc.
Alarm
No action
Home
Immediately calls Home function.
Deletes selected value or function in programming mode
Call Preset position
Pressing PRST will bring up the preset programming menu.
Recalls preset; e.g. 1, 2 ... 31 ... 240 + PRST
In the preset or tour programming mode, the operator can review the exiting preset (selected by cursor)
by pressing this key.
Tour
Pressing TOUR will bring up the tour programming menu directly.
Recalls programmed presets or functions sequentially. (e.g., 1 + TOUR)
Pattern
Pressing PTRN will bring up the pattern programming menu directly.
Repeats the selected pattern of the current dome camera. (e.g., 1 + PTRN)
Auto Scan
Pressing Scan will bring up the Auto Scan programming menu.
Calls Auto panning function (e.g. 2 + SCAN repeats Auto Scan 2).
Configuration
Enters programming menu. CTRL + MENU will invoke Keyboard set up menu
No. + CTRL + PRST will store current view as a preset directly.
No. + CTRL + TOUR will open programming menu
Program
No. + CTRL + SCAN will open programming menu
Control
CTRL+Joystick: In a programming mode (Preset, Pattern, Scan, Privacy....) the joystick operates as if in
the normal control mode.
While pressing and holding down the CTRL key, all movements of the joystick will start recording when in
the pattern programming menu.
CTRL + Joystick: In normal operation mode, manual speed of the joystick control will be operated in
turbo mode.
Enter
Completes entering data for the password or title
ENTER + Joystick: Direction key in DVR remote mode.
Manual Focus
Overrides auto focus. Moving the Zoom handle reactivates Auto Focus mode.
Manual Iris
Overrides auto iris. Moving the joystick reactivates Auto Iris mode.
Zoom
Zoom control
Joystick
Twist,
Up / Down
Left / Right
Zoom control (proportional to position).
Tilt control, Cursor Up / Down in the menu
Pan control, Cursor Left / Right or Page scroll in the menu.
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6.4.2.2 Keys for DVR (DVR5)
See the DVR’s manual to know in detail.
Function
Key Label
Descriptions
DVR Selection
DVR ID Selection (e.g. 1 or 2 + DVR)
PTZ
Open a Pan/Tilt/Zoom screen which allows you to control properly configured cameras.
Play/Pause
Play recorded data / Pause playing.
Rewind
Play video backward at high speed. Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from
and
.
Fast Forward
Play video forward at high speed.
Pressing the button again toggles the playback speed from
STOP
During Playback mode returns the DVR to the Live Monitoring mode.
Record
Set the DVR so that it is ready to record video.
MENU
,
.and
.
Enter the menu screen. You will need to enter the administrator password to access the menu if
enabled. Press the button to see the search menu in the playback mode. Pressing the button also
closes the current menu or setup dialog box.
MACRO
Alarm
Invokes the event log search menu.
Freeze
Freeze the current live screen
Zoom
Display the digital zoom screen.
Sequence
Sequence
Display Mode
Toggle between different display formats. The available formats are: full, 4x4, 3x3, 2x2 and PIP.
Display Mode
1, 2, 3, 4 +
,
(Quad)
Enter
PIP (1+Quad), 2x2 (2+Quad), 3x3 (3+Quad) and 4x4 (4+Quad)
Select a highlighted item or completes an entry that you have made.
Spot No. +
+
Spot Sequence
Toggle ON and OFF sequence mode of the selected spot output.
Spot No. +
+
Spot output
Displays selected camera as spot output of the current DVR.
Camera No. +
Full Screen
Cursor Movement
Cursor Movement
Shuttle
Jog
Displays selected camera in Full-Screen mode and enter the numbers in the login menu.
No. +
+ Joystick
Joystick
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the digital zoom.
Left / Right control in the quad or 3x3 screen.
Up / Down / Left / Right control in the menu
The Shuttle Ring operates in the Playback mode only. Turning the ring clockwise plays video forward.
Turning the ring counterclockwise plays video backward.
The Jog Dial operates only when playback video has been paused. By turning the jog dial clockwise,
you can play video forward image-by-image.
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7. Troubleshooting
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the instructions in this manual and with other operating equipment. Isolate the problem to the
specific piece of equipment in the system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
Problem
Possible Solution
Joystick can’t control system.
Check that the dome camera IDs are set properly.
Check the polarity of the data line.
Camera number does not match the
multiplexer number.
Check the camera ID and insert the BNC cable into the proper input of the multiplexer.
Forgot password
Consult your supplier, distributor or service center.
Multiplexer & DVR can’t work with the Joystick
controller.
2. Check the communication menu of Multiplexer.
1. Check that the data cable for the multiplexer has the correct Pin configuration (1=1, 2=2, 3=3 ... 8=8).
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8. Short Cut Key
Short Cut Key
Function
PRST
Pop up preset setup menu
TOUR
Pop up guard Tour setup menu
PTRN
Pop up Pattern setup menu
SCAN
Pop up Auto Scan setup menu
No.+ PGM+PRST
Store the current view at the selected number
Short Cut Key
Function
Short Cut Key
Function
1 + ON
Turn On Relay 1.
1 + OFF
Turn OFF Relay.
2 + ON
Turn On Relay 2.
2 + OFF
Turn OFF Relay.
3 + ON
Turn On Relay 3.
3 + OFF
Turn OFF Relay.
4 + ON
Turn On Relay 4.
4 + OFF
Turn OFF Relay.
7 + ON
Change FOCUS to AUTO
7 + OFF
Change FOCUS to manual
8 + ON
Change AE to AUTO
8 + OFF
Change AE to manual
9 + ON
Change Night Shot to AUTO
10 + ON
Night Shot ON (go to the manual mode)
10 + OFF
Night Shot OFF (go to the manual mode)
11 + ON
BLC on (AE auto mode)
11 + OFF
BLC OFF (AE auto mode)
12 + ON
Digital Zoom ON (according to digital zoom setting)
12 + OFF
Digital Zoom OFF
13 + ON
Dome OSD ON
13 + OFF
Dome OSD OFF
14 + ON
Dome Area Title Display ON
14 + OFF
Dome Area Title Display OFF
15 + ON
View Direction ON
15 + OFF
View Direction OFF
100 + ON
Shutter speed auto
101 + ON
Shutter speed 1/4 (PAL 1/3) sec
102 + ON
Shutter speed 1/2 sec
103 + ON
Shutter speed 1 sec
104 + ON
WDR ON
104 + OFF
WDR OFF
105 + ON
Stabilizer ON
105 + OFF
Stabilizer OFF
150 + ON
Image Flip ON
150 + OFF
Image Flip OFF
151 + ON
Origin Check
152 + ON
Place the camera in the 0° area horizontally.
153 + ON
Go to the slow speed mode.
153 + OFF
Go to the normal speed mode.
154 + ON
Display System Information
155 + ON
Flip the camera in the 180° area horizontally
250 + PRESET
Set the dome ID up to 3999.
888 + ENTER
Night Shot ON (in the global mode only)
999 + ENTER
Night Shot OFF (in the global mode only)
For Keyboard Controller
777 + ENTER
Lock the keyboard controller. To unlock the keyboard, enter the password of the keyboard.
* Some function may not operate according to the model.
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9. Specifications
Model
Art. No.
Operation Mode
Joystick
Multiplexer/camera control
Site control (direct mode operation)
Baud rate
Control functions
Protocols
Interface
Remote control
LCD display
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Colour
Temperature range
Dimensions
Weight approx.
Parts supplied
Certificates
Remarks
KBD-2
74149
Single operation or 1 Master / 3 Slaves max.
3-axis proportional joystick for manual control of variable speed
up to 508 cameras
Keys select cameras and monitors, operate presets, patterns, auxiliaries, and sequences. Camera functions: pan,
tilt, zoom, focus, iris for fixed or variable speed control of the camera series Fastrax, Minitrax
2400 ~38400 Baud
Joystick: Pan/tilt/zoom operation, Key switches: Zoom /focus/iris, Jog shuttle: smoother DVR control
Fastrax IIE and Pelco P&D
2x RS-485 (dome cameras/DVRs, Recorder series DLR, DTR, DPR, and slave port. 1x RS-232C (optional junction
box EDC-KBD J-Box and DVR/PC port)
Control of up to 254 Fastrax and/or Minitrax dome cameras. Up to 99 Digital Video recorders of the series DLR1.2,
DLR3/4, DPR, DIR and DTR
16x2 characters
12VDC (PSU 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz included)
3.0watts max.
Black
0 ~ +50°C
See drawing
1.2kg
Power supply unit 100 ~240VAC / 12VDC, 50/60Hz, Manual
CE
For Master/Slave operation the article #902037 (EDC-KBD J-BOX) is requested. No Master/Slave operation
possible with keyboards EDC-KBD1 and EDC-KBDM-3
Accessories
Art. No.
74219
Type
EDC-KBD J-BOX
Description
Junction box for EDC-KBD1, EDC-KBDM-3, KBD-2 series
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10. Dimensional Drawings
178
405
Dimensions: mm
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