American Dynamics SpeedDome Optima LT Operator`s manual

SpeedDome® Optima LT
Programmable Dome
Camera
Quick Reference Guide
RASEL Series
Figure 1: Hard Ceiling Mount
Contents
About this Guide ....................................................1
SpeedDome Optima LT Features..........................2
Controlling the Zoom Setting .................................2
Assigning the Dome’s Home Position....................3
Clearing Patterns ...................................................3
DirectSet Menu Commands...................................3
Supported Controllers and Matrix Switching
Systems .................................................................4
Supported Dome Commands ................................5
Declarations ...........................................................8
About this Guide
This Quick Reference Guide explains the functions
supported by the SpeedDome Optima LT
programmable dome camera. It is intended to
supplement information included in the operator's
manual for your video controller or matrix switching
system.
If you need assistance...
Contact your Sales Representative.
Figure 2: Pendant Mount
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SpeedDome Optima LT
Features
Table 1: Protocols and supported features
The SpeedDome Optima LT programmable dome
camera provides the following features:
SensorNet
RS-422
Simplex
Manchester
Maximum
Presets
96 (a)
96 (a)
64
• 22X optical zoom / 11X digital zoom
(242X maximum total zoom)
Maximum
Patterns
3
3
3
• 470 lines horizontal resolution
Return to
Auto Focus/
Auto Iris (b)
Yes
Yes
Yes
• Auto Focus / Auto Iris
Dome Reset
Yes
Yes
Yes
• Auto White Balance
V-Phase
adjustment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auxiliary
output
control
No
No
No
• Zoom Adjusted Programming (ZAP)
• Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
• Line-lock
Feature
• Up to 96 presets (system dependent)
• Three patterns
• Programmable home position
• Apple Peel
• Dome Flip (rotate 180°)
• Power-on functional tests
• LED diagnostics
(a) The actual number of available presets may
differ based on the controller used.
(b) Pressing the Iris Open and Iris Close buttons
simultaneously returns to auto focus and auto
iris mode.
For specific information about the features
supported, see the operator's manual for your
controller.
• Hard ceiling or pendant mount installation
• DirectSet menu commands for specific dome
functions
In addition, the dome may be used with the
Manchester, RS-422 simplex or SensorNet
protocols.
CAUTION: The pendant mount option is
for indoor use only. Do not install the
SpeedDome Optima LT dome outdoors.
Although SpeedDome Optima LT does not provide
on-screen programming via the dome firmware, the
connected controller may be used to configure
many settings. These settings include:
• Programming presets and patterns
• Vertical phase adjustment (V-phase)
The following table provides additional information
about the supported controller functions with the
protocol used. The actual features supported may
differ for your controller.
Controlling the Zoom
Setting
Zoom stop settings define how the zoom function is
partitioned. Depending on the current zoom level,
the camera will either stop at the first zoom stop
setting or continue to the maximum zoom setting.
For SpeedDome Optima LT, the first zoom stop
setting is 22X (maximum optical zoom). The
maximum zoom is 242X (maximum digital zoom).
To switch between optical and digital zoom levels,
press the Zoom In (Zoom Tele) button until the first
zoom stop is reached. Release the button for at
least one second and press Zoom In again to
continue into the digital zoom range. Zooming
stops when the maximum zoom is reached.
Refer to your controller instructions for information
about the location of the zoom control buttons.
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Assigning the Dome’s
Home Position
The home position is a preset or pattern that
automatically runs after 10 minutes of dome
inactivity. Use this setting if you want a specific
area to be under surveillance after an operator
stops moving the dome.
For SpeedDome Optima LT, the home position is
established by programming Pattern 3 with Focus
Near or Focus Far as the first command. This
indicates to the dome that pattern 3 should be used
as the home position. Any commands that follow
will be programmed as Pattern 3.
For more information about programming patterns,
refer to your controller operator’s manual.
Programming Notes
•
To ensure that the home position displays the
starting position you want, adjust the pan, tilt,
and zoom before starting programming.
•
If Pattern 3 has only a focus command and no
other movement commands, Pattern 3 will be
treated as a preset. The dome automatically
points to the preset location after 10 minutes of
inactivity.
•
If Pattern 3 includes pan, tilt, and zoom
commands following the focus command,
Pattern 3 will be treated as a pattern. The
dome automatically begins repeating the
pattern after 10 minutes of inactivity.
Clearing Patterns
Clear patterns by re-programming the pattern to
include two focus commands (Focus Near or
Focus Far) as the only pattern commands. This
removes the previously programmed pattern and
restores the default Apple Peel pattern for the
selected pattern.
For more information about programming patterns,
refer to your controller operator’s manual.
Note: If Pattern 3 is cleared, this removes the
home position programming. The dome will not
automatically return to the specified preset or
pattern after 10 minutes of dome inactivity.
Pattern Programming Summary
Commands
Start Pattern programming,
followed by stop Pattern
programming
Start Pattern 3 programming,
followed by 1 focus
command; stop Pattern
programming.
Start Pattern programming,
followed by pan, tilt, and
zoom commands; stop
Pattern programming
Start Pattern 3 programming,
followed by 1 focus
command and pan, tilt, and
zoom commands; stop
Pattern programming.
Result
Pattern behaves
like a preset
Start pattern programming,
followed by 2 focus
commands; stop Pattern
programming.
Clears the pattern
and restores the
default Apple Peel
Pattern.
Pattern behaves
like a normal
pattern
Set Home Position
as a pattern
DirectSet Menu Commands
The DirectSet Menu is a set of special commands
on newer SpeedDome series domes. These
commands provide quick access to commonly
used dome features and functions with compatible
controllers by entering the command number and
pressing the DirectSet key on the controller.
SpeedDome Optima LT supports the following
DirectSet commands:
Command
2+DirectSet:
Auto Iris/Auto
Focus
3+DirectSet:
Flip
4+DirectSet:
Peel Pattern
255+DirectSet:
Dome Reset *
Action
Resumes Auto Focus/Auto Iris
mode.
Rotates the SpeedDome 180°
from its current pointing
direction.
Runs the default Apple Peel
Pattern.
Causes the dome to reinitialize.
* Command not supported by ADTT16E due to
system limitations.
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Supported Controllers and Matrix Switching Systems
SpeedDome Optima LT may be used with the following controllers and matrix switching systems. See notes below for specific limitations or
restrictions.
ADTT16E
Series
VM32 / AD32
Series
SensorNet
SensorNet
96
96
VM96 Series
AD2150 /
AD2350
(1)
MegaPower
LT
SensorNet
RS-422 (2)
Manchester
SensorNet
Unlimited (3)
64 Manchester
60 RS422 (9)
96
64 Manchester
96 SensorNet
96 RS422 (8)
64 Manchester
60 RS422 (9)
Feature
Supported
Protocols
Maximum
Available
Presets
0 RS422 (2)
MegaPower
48
(1)
AD1650
(2)
Manchester
SensorNet
RS422 (8)
Manchester
RS422 (9)
AD168/
MegaPower
168 (1)
AD2050
(1)
MegaPower
1024
(1)
Manchester
RS422 (9)
Manchester
RS422 (9)
64 Manchester
64 SensorNet
60 RS422 (9)
64 Manchester
60 RS422 (9)
64 Manchester
60 RS422 (9)
Manchester
SensorNet
RS422 (9)
Maximum
Available
Patterns
(4)
3
3
3 (2)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
DirectSet
menu (5)
Yes (6)
No
No
No
Yes (7)
Yes (7)
No
No
No
No
NOTES:
(1) For the list of compatible keyboards, see Supported AD Keyboards on page 5.
(2) VM96 performance is limited under 2-wire RS422 simplex. Patterns and presets are not supported in RS422 simplex mode.
(3) Preset information is stored at the host, not the dome. For SensorNet and RS422 duplex, unlimited presets are supported.
(4) Patterns are limited by time and the number of available dome commands. Total time for each pattern cannot exceed 6 minutes 50 seconds.
The total number of dome commands used in the patterns cannot exceed 99.
(5) Although text overlay is not supported, the following DirectSet menu commands are supported: Return to Auto Iris/Focus, Flip, Peel and Dome
Reset. See DirectSet Menu Commands on page 3 for more information.
(6) Requires firmware version 0701-2833-0103 (EEPROM) / 0701-2834-0201 (Flash) or newer.
(7) Requires a compatible keyboard with a DirectSet key (ADCC0200 or ADCC0300).
(8) 2-wire RS422 simplex mode to be supported with the MegaPower 48+ firmware upgrade.
(9) 2-wire RS422 simplex mode to be supported with AD2083-02C code translator firmware upgrade.
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Supported AD Keyboards
Dome Function
For systems using AD keyboards, the following
keys are used when Set Preset or Call Preset is
referenced:
Keyboard Command
Go to Pattern #2
18 Call Shot
Go to Pattern #3
19 Call Shot
Run Pattern #1
21 Call Shot
Call
Function
Set (Define)
(1)
Function
Run Pattern #2
22 Call Shot
AD1678C/M
Shot
Set Shot (2)
Run Pattern #3
23 Call Shot
AD2078
Call
Set
Review Temporary Pattern
24 Call Shot
AD2078A
Call
Set
Auto Repeat Pattern #1
25 Call Shot
AD2079
Shot
Shot
Auto Repeat Pattern #2
26 Call Shot
AD2088
Shot
Shot
Auto Repeat Pattern #3
27 Call Shot
ADTTE
Shot
Shot
Flip (rotate dome 180°)
40 Call Shot
ADTT
Call
Set
Clear Pattern #1
41 Set Shot
Clear Pattern #2
42 Set Shot
Clear Pattern #3
43 Set Shot
Reset Dome
66 Set Shot
Keyboard
Model
NOTES:
(1) Keyboard must be in programming mode to
use the set functions. See the keyboard
operation manual for information.
(2) Recessed pushbutton switch.
Supported Dome
Commands
Some dome commands are supported through
special keystroke combinations. This section
summarizes those commands for specific
controllers.
Enter V-Phase Adjust
Mode
67 Set Shot followed by
multiple Iris Open or
Iris Close
Exit V-Phase Adjust Mode
68 Set Shot
Return to Auto-Iris/Auto
Focus
69 Call Shot
Reset Iris
69 Set Shot
In addition, the following commands are not
supported.
•
Set Switch 1 Normal Closed (51 Set Shot)
•
Set Switch 1 Normal Open (52 Set Shot)
•
Set Switch 2 Normal Closed (53 Set Shot)
•
Set Switch 2 Normal Open (54 Set Shot)
•
Set Switch 3 Normal Closed (61 Set Shot)
Keyboard Command
•
Set Switch 3 Normal Open (62 Set Shot)
Define Preset 1 - 16
1 - 16 Set Shot
•
Set Switch 4 Normal Closed (63 Set Shot)
Recall Preset 1 - 16
1 - 16 Call Shot
•
Set Switch 4 Normal Open (64 Set Shot)
AD2083-02A Code Converter
See Supported AD Keyboards for button names
used on specific keyboards.
Verified with AD168 (v. 3.01) and AD2083-02A (v. 11Y9).
Dome Function
Define Pattern #1
17 Set Shot
Define Pattern #2
18 Set Shot
Define Pattern #3
19 Set Shot
End Pattern Definition
33 Set Shot
Accept (save) New Pattern
34 Set Shot
Go to Pattern #1
17 Call Shot
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AD2083-02B Code Converter
MegaPower 48 Matrix Switcher/
Controller System
See Supported AD Keyboards on page 5 for
button names used on specific keyboards.
See Supported AD Keyboards on page 5 for
button names used on specific keyboards.
Operate Commands
Dome Function
The controller must be in Operate mode to use
these commands.
Dome Function
Keyboard Command
1-16 Shot
Call Preset 1-16
Keyboard Command
Define Pattern # 1
121 - F2
Define Pattern # 2
122 - F2
Define Pattern # 3
123 - F2
End Pattern Definition
120 - F2
Reset Iris
66 Shot
Save New Pattern
130 - F2
Flip
67 Shot
Go to Pattern # 1
31 - F1
Run Pattern # 1
70 Shot
Go to Pattern # 2
32 - F1
Run Pattern # 2
71 Shot
Go to Pattern # 3
33 - F1
Run Pattern # 3
72 Shot
Run Pattern # 1
21 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern #1
69 Shot, then 70 Shot
Run Pattern # 2
22 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern #1
69 Shot, then 71 Shot
Run Pattern # 3
23 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern #1
69 Shot, then 72 Shot
Auto Repeat Pattern # 1
41 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern # 2
42 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern # 3
43 - F1
Clear Pattern # 1
(SpeedDome RS-422)
131 - F2
Program Commands
Clear Pattern # 2
(SpeedDome RS-422)
132 - F2
The controller must be in Program mode to use
these commands.
Clear Pattern # 3
(SpeedDome RS-422)
133 - F2
Flip (Rotate dome 180º)
19 - F1
Reset Iris
20 - F1
Return to Auto Iris / Auto
Focus
69 - F1
Reset Dome
30 - F1
Enter Vertical Phase
Adjust Mode
38 - F2
Exit Vertical Phase Adjust
Mode
39 - F2
In addition, the following commands are not
supported:
•
Set Auxiliary 4 OFF (63 Shot)
•
Set Auxiliary 4 ON (64 Shot)
Dome Function
Reset Dome
Program Preset
Keyboard Command
65 Shot
1-16 Shot
Define Pattern #1
70 Shot
Define Pattern #2
71 Shot
Define Pattern #3
72 Shot
End Pattern Definition
68 Shot
Save New Pattern
69 Shot
Clear Pattern #1
62 Shot
Clear Pattern #2
63 Shot
In addition, the following commands are not
supported:
Clear Pattern #3
64 Shot
•
Set Auxiliary 4 OFF (70-F1)
67 Shot, followed by iris
open/close
•
Set Auxiliary 4 ON (71-F1)
Enter V-phase Adjustment
Exit V-phase Adjustment
67 Shot
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AD168/MegaPower 168 Matrix
Switcher/ Controller System
See Supported AD Keyboards on page 5 for
button names used on specific keyboards.
Dome Function
Keyboard Command
Define Pattern # 1
121 - F2
Define Pattern # 2
122 - F2
Define Pattern # 3
123 - F2
End Pattern Definition
120 - F2
Save New Pattern
130 - F2
Go to Pattern # 1
31 - F1
Go to Pattern # 2
32 - F1
Go to Pattern # 3
33 - F1
Run Pattern # 1
21 - F1
Run Pattern # 2
22 - F1
Run Pattern # 3
23 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern # 1
41 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern # 2
42 - F1
Auto Repeat Pattern # 3
43 - F1
Clear Pattern # 1
(SpeedDome RS-422)
131 - F2
Clear Pattern # 2
(SpeedDome RS-422)
Manchester Commands
These commands are supported by systems using
the Manchester protocol.
See Supported AD Keyboards on page 5 for
button names used on specific keyboards.
Verified with AD2050, AD2091, and AD168 with CCM
(v. 3.01)
Dome Function
Keyboard Command
Program Presets 1 - 64
1- 64 Set Preset
Call Presets 1 - 64
1- 64 Call Preset
Program Pattern 1
70 Set Preset
Program Pattern 2
71 Set Preset
Program Pattern 3
72 Set Preset
Save Pattern
Programming
69 Set Preset
Cancel Pattern
Programming
68 Set Preset
Repeats following pattern
69 Call Preset
Run Pattern 1
70 Call Preset
Run Pattern 2
71 Call Preset
Run Pattern 3
72 Call Preset
Reset Dome
65 Set Preset
132 - F2
Resume Auto Focus / Auto
Iris
66 Call Preset
Clear Pattern # 3
(SpeedDome RS-422)
133 - F2
Flip (Rotate dome 180º)
67 Call Preset
19 - F1
Reset Iris
20 - F1
Activate / Deactivate
V-phase delay setting
adjustment
67 Set Preset
Flip (Rotate dome 180º)
Return to Auto Iris / Auto
Focus
69 - F1
Reset Dome
30 - F1
Enter Vertical Phase
Adjust Mode
38 - F2
Exit Vertical Phase Adjust
Mode
39 - F2
In addition, the following commands are not
supported:
•
Set Auxiliary 4 OFF (70-F1)
•
Set Auxiliary 4 ON (71-F1)
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Declarations
Regulatory Compliance
Emissions .................................... 47 CFR, Part 15
ICES-003
EN55022 Class A (CE)
Immunity ......................................EN50130-4 (CE)
Safety..........................................................UL1950
CSA C22.2 No 950
EN 60 950
FCC COMPLIANCE: This equipment complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules for intentional radiators and Class A digital devices when
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual. Following
these rules provides reasonable protection against harmful interference
from equipment operated in a commercial area. This equipment should
not be installed in a residential area as it can radiate radio frequency
energy that could interfere with radio communications, a situation the
user would have to fix at their own expense.
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATION CAUTION: Equipment changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Sensormatic Electronics
Corporation, the party responsible for FCC compliance, could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment and could create a hazardous
condition.
See “SpeedDome Optima LT Features” on page 2.
Other Declarations
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point of contact if you have a need for service or support. Our dealers
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or (561) 912-6259 or on the web at www.americandynamics.net.
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