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Hardware User’s Manual
Digital Video Motion Detector
DVMD1-X
Version 010
Revision A
July, 2004
Radiant, Inc.
2395 Kenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
(303) 543-0440
Radiant, Inc.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
VENDOR
Radiant Inc.
http://www.dvmd.com
PART NUMBER: 801-004
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE: 0-60C.
POWER REQUIREMENTS
The DVMD1X will accept 8 to 36VDC or 24VAC. If DC power is shared between devices the
GROUND must be the same for all units. At 12V input the supply must be rated at 1.1 watts or
greater, which is 12V at 100 mA or more.
INTRODUCTION
This is a manual for the installation, setup, and configuration of the DVMD1-X. It contains stepby-step instructions for connecting the DVMD1-X in a system. Please also refer to the XPORT
User Manual to change the IP address and Local Port number for each DVMD1-X.
The minimum DVMD1-X configuration must contain:
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At least one DVMD1-X and Power Supply
The PC program, ManagerNET.exe, to communicate with the DVMD1-X.
This User’s Manual.
The user must provide the following:
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A Windows based computer with NIC card and crossover cable or Hub/Router
An 8 to 40 volt power supply (AC or DC)
A video camera
A CCTV monitor
Two 75 ohm coaxial cables with BNC connectors
Any questions or comments regarding the DVMD1-X Hardware User’s Manual should be sent to:
Radiant, Inc.
2395 Kenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
Phone: 303-543-0440
FAX: 303-543-0440
E-mail: lyle.powers@dvmd.com
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Operating Configurations
The DVMD1-X is a standalone product with its own Digital Signal Processor (DSP). It requires
only power and video input and produces video output with overlay and a dry contact relay alarm.
The user customizes the performance to accommodate site-specific operational requirements.
A security system with multiple video cameras may use a single DVMD1-X that is connected to
other DVDM1s through the CHAIN cable. Each subsequent DVMD1 must be assigned a unique
address on the rotary switch. The address of the DVMD1-X is always set to “FF0”. Setting up
the addresses is covered in a later section of this manual.
Figure 2A illustrates the DVMD1-X in the single-unit configuration. All of the signal processing and
user settings are saved in the configuration portion of the onboard flash memory. This allows the
DVMD-X to be configured for stand-alone applications.
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
VIDEO
CAMERA
VIDEO
MONITOR
DVMD
USER ALARM
PANEL
Figure 2A – DVMD1-X Single Unit Configuration
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Figure 2B illustrates a DVMD1-X (address=FF0) connected to a host computer. The HOST
communicates to the DVMD-X through a CAT5 cable connected to the RJ45 port. A crossover
cable must be used for direct connections from the HOST to the DVMD1-X.
12 VDC
POWER
SUPPLY
VIDEO
CAMERA
DVMD
"FF0"
USER ALARM
PANEL
VIDEO
MONITOR
HOST
COMPUTER
Figure 2B – DVMD1-X Connected to Host Computer
Figure 1C illustrates a block diagram of three DVMD chained together by the RS485 serial link.
The host communicates to the first DVMD, which is chained to two other DVMD1s. A common
power supply insures that all DVMD1s receive the RS485 data correctly.
Figure 2C – DVMD-X Chained Configuration
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DVMD1-X OVERVIEW
The Digital Video Motion Detector (DVMD) measures 3.5"x5"x1.25" and is housed in an extruded
aluminum case as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 – DVMD-X
The unit receives video from the camera through the BNC connector labeled VIN and provides
buffered video output (after internal processing, clamping, automatic gain control (AGC), and
overlay) through the BNC connector labeled VOUT.
The Screw Terminal (Digikey 277-1166) provides access for +12 volt DC power, opto-isolated
input and dry contact relay alarm output. The opto-isolated input is active when driven from an
external voltage source between 4 to 24 volts. The function of the opto-isolated input is
application dependent. A dry contact relay alarm output is also provided. The pin connections for
these functions are shown in Table 1 below.
PIN NUMBER
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
PIN CONNECTION
V+
VI+
INC
COM
NO
FUNCTION
+12VDC
Ground
Opto-Isolated input + terminal (External 4-24 VDC)
Opto-Isolated input - terminal (External Ground)
Alarm Relay Normally Closed
Alarm Relay Common
Alarm Relay Normally Open
Table 1 – Screw Terminal Pin Connections and Functions
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ALARM RELAY USAGE
The alarm relay contact information is on the NC, COM and NO connectors. NC is normally
closed when the power is "off" to the DVMD1-X. NO is normally open when power is "off" to the
DVMD1-X. Most users will need the NO and COM terminals. The NC terminal is brought out to
provide both options.
Most alarm systems need to OPEN when:
1. There is an alarm.
2. There is a power loss to the DVMD
3. There is a broken wire from the NO and COM wires to the host
The DVMD1-X is designed to do all three functions using the NO and COM terminals.
1. When the power is "OFF" NO is OPEN
2. When there is an alarm NO is OPEN
3. When there is a broken wire NO "looks" OPEN.
NETWORK CONNECTOR
The Network (RJ45) connector is located on the Back Panel. The communications to the Host
Computer is 100 base T Ethernet provided by an embedded XPORT device.
PTZ CONNECTOR
The PTZ port connections are made with an RJ12 connector crimped on a 6-wire phone cord.
Buy Digikey H2442-25 for short runs up to 25 feet. Intermediate runs to 100 feet need:
1. Digikey part number A9118 (100 pcs of Amp's crimp connector PN 5-555042-3)
2. Digikey part number H0063-100 specifies 100 feet of 6-conductor black phone cord.
3. Digikey part number PAL1545.1 for an inexpensive crimp tool.
A modular adaptor is needed to connect the DVMD1-X to a serial port on the HOST. Table 2
shows the pinout of the DB9 connector (LCOM REC096F or Digikey 046-0003).
DB 9 PIN
NUMBER
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 5
RJ12
Color
White
Blue
Black
FUNCTION
RS232 Data Transmitted to PC
RS232 Data Received from PC
Ground
Table 2 – DB9 Female Adapter Pinout
The DVMD is provided with a graphical user interface (GUI) for setup through a program called
ManagerNET.exe that runs on the PC Host Computer. Most applications will use the factory
default settings; however the user has the option of adjusting these settings to optimize
performance for each camera. The latest version may be downloaded at www.dvmd.com.
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CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS
Connecting the DVMD to a camera and computer is a simple process. The connections should
be accomplished in the sequence outlined below.
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Step One:
Connect the +12 VDC Power Supply by attaching the positive supply output to V+ and
ground to V-. These screw connectors are located on the Front Panel of the DVMD-X
(See Figure 4).
Step 2
Video Out
Step 3
Video In
Step 1
V+ Connection
Figure 4 – DVMD Front Panel
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Step Two:
Connect a 75 ohm Coaxial Cable from the VOUT BNC connector located on the DVMD
Front Panel (See Figure 3) to the Video In port on a CCTV Monitor.
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Step Three:
Connect a second 75 ohm Coaxial Cable from the VIN BNC connector on the DVMD
Front Panel (See Figure 3) to the Video Out port on a camera.
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Step Four:
Connect the NETWORK connector (See Figure 5) to a HUB/Router with a CAT5 Cable,
or to the NIC card in the PC using a crossover cable. The Green LED should light up
when the network connection is established.
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Figure 5 – DVMD1-X Rev B Rear Panel
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Step Five:
The Unit Address is internally set to FF0 for the DVMD1-X so there is no rotary switch
The RS485 CHAIN is internally terminated so there is no TERM switch on the DVMD-X.
All other DVMD1-X termination switches should NOT be terminated. A six-conductor
phone wire may be used to connect from the CHAIN output of the first unit (FF0) to the
next unit.
Power up the camera, the CCTV monitor and the DVMDs. You should get a video
picture with overlay on the monitor. If you do not get a picture on the monitor re-check
Steps 1 – 6 above. If you do get a video image on the monitor, proceed with loading the
User Interface Software as described in the User Interface – Manager Tools Window
paragraph below.
If the power to the DVMD is off, the video from the camera is connected directly to the
CCTV monitor through an internal video bypass relay. In the power off state, no DVMD
functions occur, and no overlay is generated.
User Interface – Manager
You may download the most recent firmware and software at www.dvmd.com. The
ManagerNET.exe program provides the user interface to the DVMD. Please refer to the
DVMD Software User’s Manual for further information.
XPORT User Manual
Please also refer to the XPORT User Manual to change the IP address and Local Port
number for each DVMD1-X.
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DVMD1-X PTZ JUMPERS
Figure 6 below shows the DVMD1-X PCB and identifies the PTZ Jumpers as shipped.
Figure 6 – DVMD1-X Enable Jumper
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