— PTZ control I/F Menu
When you click
PTZ control I/F
menu, the PTZ control I/F menu is displayed.
Using this menu, you can input data into the system
from the computer via a network and output them to the
external serial interface to control a peripheral device.
You can also input data from a peripheral device via an
external serial interface and output them to the computer
via a network.
• For the SNT-EX104 and SNT-EX154, set the four
video channels to the same setting, except for the
camera ID, which should differ between channels.
• This operation is not available on the SNT-EP104 or
Display sample: SNT-EX101
Select Coaxitron or Serial.
Select RS-485 or RS-422.
RS-422 is only available on the SNT-EX101/
Select the data transmission/reception method: Network
(TCP) port, or Normal for the camera connection to this
unit. Select Normal when not using TCP.
Transmitting with External Equipment — PTZ control I/F Menu
in the Administrator
[Normal]: Operate the camera connected to this unit.
When Normal is selected, you can enter the camera
ID for the connected camera and the protocol and
Configure the Camera ID for the connected camera.
Camera Operation Protocol
[Pelco-D]: Pelco-D protocol.
[AD]: AD protocol.
[Pelco-P]: Peloc-P protocol.
[Bosch]: Bosch protocol.
[Vicon]: Vicon protocol.
[Panasonic]: Panasonic protocol.
[GE]: GE protocol.
[VISCA]: VISCA protocol.
Configure the default operation speed when
operating the camera connected to this unit. If
operation speed is set outside a protocol's specified
range, performance will depend on the connected
Configure the pan operation speed for the connected
Configure the tilt operation speed for the connected
Configure the zoom operation speed for the
Configure the focus operation speed for the
[TCP]: Use the TCP port to input and output data
through the external serial interface.
When TCP is selected, you can enter the TCP port
TCP port number
Enter the port number for the data transmission/
reception. Specify a port number (1024 to 65535)
that is not commonly used.
Select a baud rate that corresponds to the peripheral
device of serial interface. You can select one of the
following baud rates:
38400, 19200, 9600, 4800, 2400, 1200 (bps)
Select a parity (none, odd or even) that corresponds to
the peripheral device connected to the serial interface.