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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
Multiplexer
Multiplexeur
Multiplexor
About this manual
Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual
carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
This manual gives basic connections and operating
instructions for 2 models (Color MPX-CD162, B/W
MPX-MD162).
À propos de ce manuel
Avant d'installer et d'utiliser cet appareil, veuillez lire ce
manuel attentivement. Assurez-vous de le garder à portée
de la main pour référence ultérieure.
Ce manuel couvre les instructions de branchement et
d'utilisation de base pour deux modèles (couleur
MPX-CD162, noir et blanc MPX-MD162).
MPX-CD162
MPX-MD162
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este manual. Asegúrese de guardarlo a mano para futuras
referencias.
Este manual le indica las conexiones básicas y las
instrucciones de funcionamiento de dos modelos (Color
MPX-CD162, Blanco y negro MPX-MD162).
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  • Page 1

    Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference. This manual gives basic connections and operating instructions for 2 models (Color MPX-CD162, B/W MPX-MD162). À propos de ce manuel Avant d’installer et d’utiliser cet appareil, veuillez lire ce...

  • Page 2: Declaration Of Conformity

    Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacture’s instructions. English Declaration of Conformity Model Number : MPX-CD162/ MPX-MD162 Trade Name : SANYO Responsible party : SANYO FISHER COMPANY Address : 21605 Plummer Street, Chatsworth, California 91311 Telephone No.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    The unit can be controlled by computer through the RS232C connection. • A system controller (sold separately) can be used through the RS485 (RJ-11) connection. • 2 monitors output and S-VIDEO input/output (MPX-CD162 model only). • Up to 100 alarm entries can be displayed on-screen. ACCESSORIES Fixer...

  • Page 4: Parts Names

    PARTS NAMES FRONT PANEL POWER SELECT This unit is not equipped with a power switch. The power is turned on/off when the supplied power cord is connected/disconnected at the power source. POWER indicator Camera SELECT buttons and camera indicators Use these buttons to select the picture from the corresponding camera.

  • Page 5: Rear Panel

    PARTS NAMES REAR PANEL S-VIDEO 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CAMERA IN terminals (1 – 16) CAMERA OUT terminals (1 – 16) Each camera signal is output directly at these terminals. S-VIDEO VCR IN (VCR S-VHS signal input) terminal NOTE: Model MPX-MD162 does not have S-VIDEO IN, OUT terminals.

  • Page 6: Connection

    CONNECTION Before making any connection, make sure all the devices are turned off. Before making the connections, please refer to the instruction manual accompanying each device. If the devices are not connected properly, that may cause a fire and/or damages. BASIC CONNECTIONS S-VIDEO NOTE:...

  • Page 7: Connections To The Alarm In And Rs232c/rs485 Terminals

    CONNECTION CONNECTIONS TO THE ALARM IN AND RS232C/RS485 TERMINALS [A] RS485 (RJ-11) terminal connection Make the connection to the RS485 control terminal using a modular cable (sold separately). • If using a straight type cable, connect it between the A terminals, or between the B terminals (see illustration below).

  • Page 8: Remote Controller Circuit Connections

    CONNECTION REMOTE CONTROLLER CIRCUIT CONNECTIONS Use the layout below to make a remote controller and make the connections to the remote input pins (R1, R2) of the CONTROL terminal as indicated. This will permit remote controlled operation of this unit. (make contact LOW input) C A B C AL C R1 R2 C SW C CONTROL English...

  • Page 9: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS MODE SWITCHING When the unit is connected to a power source, the default display mode will be as follows: live picture displayed in a 16 divisions split screen on monitor 1, and sequentially, full screen on monitor 2. You can use the VCR, MENU and LIVE buttons to switch to the desired mode on monitor 1 (see below for further information).

  • Page 10: Security Lock Function

    BASIC OPERATIONS SECURITY LOCK FUNCTION This function lets you lock the camera live picture mode or VCR playback mode, so that it cannot be switched to another mode. Camera Live Picture Mode Lock Press the LIVE button for about 3 seconds. A buzzer will be heard, and the VCR and MENU buttons will not operate if pressed.

  • Page 11: Live Picture Mode

    LIVE PICTURE MODE LIVE Live picture mode operations steps on monitor 1 • Full screen operations (see page 12) (Full screen) 04 04 04 • 4 divisions split screen operations (see page 14) (4 divisions split screen: 1 - 4) QUAD QUAD 01 01...

  • Page 12

    LIVE PICTURE MODE • Multi-display screen operations (see page 15) 16 divisions split screen 01 01 MULTI 05 05 09 09 13 13 • Plus-display screen operations (see page 15) 13 divisions plus split screen PLUS Live picture mode operations steps on monitor 2 (see page 17) Monitor 1 01 01 02 02...

  • Page 13: Full Screen Operations

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 02 02 S 02 S 02 STILL 03 03 Z 03 Z 03 ZOOM Press a SELECT (1-16) button. The live pictures from the selected camera will be displayed full screen. Example: To freeze the image from camera 2 Press the SELECT 2 button.

  • Page 14

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 04 04 Z 04 Z 04 ZOOM Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 02 02 Z 02 Z 02 ZOOM STILL SZ 02 SZ 02 English Example: To zoom in the image from camera 4 and set the zoom range You can select the portion of the image to zoom in.

  • Page 15: Divisions Split Screen Operations

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 01 01 01 01 SEQUENCE 4 DIVISIONS SPLIT SCREEN OPERATIONS QUAD 01 01 02 02 05 05 06 06 03 03 04 04 07 07 07 08 08 08 QUAD 01 01 02 02 01 01 02 02 05 05 06 06 03 03...

  • Page 16: Multi-display Screen Operations

    MULTI-DISPLAY SCREEN OPERATIONS MULTI 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 01 01 01 02 02 02 05 05 06 06 07 07 08 08 04 04 04 05 05 05 09 09 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15...

  • Page 17

    PLUS-DISPLAY SCREEN OPERATIONS 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 SEQUENCE 01 01 01 02 02 02 Automatic sequential plus display Press the SEQUENCE button. The SEQUENCE indicator flashes. The pictures from each camera are displayed sequentially in the plus screen area, on monitor 1, according to the monitor 1 sequential mode and speed set in the (MONITOR SET) menu (see page 35).

  • Page 18: Monitor 2 Operations

    MONITOR 2 OPERATIONS MON2 Monitor 1 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 05 06 06 07 07 08 08 Monitor 2 09 09 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 01 01 01 Monitor 2 04 04 04...

  • Page 19: Vcr Playback Mode

    VCR PLAYBACK MODE VCR playback mode operations steps on monitor 1 • Full screen operations (see page 20) (Full screen) 04 04 04 • 4 divisions split screen operations (see page 22) (4 divisions split screen: 1 - 4) QUAD QUAD 01 01 02 02...

  • Page 20

    VCR PLAYBACK MODE • Multi-display screen operations (see page 23) 16 divisions split screen 01 01 MULTI 05 05 09 09 13 13 • Plus-display screen operations (see page 23) 13 divisions plus split screen PLUS VCR playback mode operations steps on monitor 2 (see page 17) When the VCR button is pressed, the recorded pictures are displayed on monitor 1 and live pictures will be displayed on monitor 2.

  • Page 21: Full Screen Operations

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 02 02 S 02 S 02 STILL 03 03 Z 03 Z 03 ZOOM Press a SELECT (1-16) button. The recorded pictures from the selected camera will be displayed full screen. Example: To freeze the recorded image from camera 2 Press the SELECT 2 button.

  • Page 22

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 04 04 Z 04 Z 04 ZOOM Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 Z 04 02 02 Z 02 Z 02 ZOOM STILL SZ 02 SZ 02 English Example: To zoom in the recorded image from camera 4 and set the zoom range You can select the portion of the image to zoom in.

  • Page 23: Divisions Split Screen Operations

    FULL SCREEN OPERATIONS 01 01 01 01 SEQUENCE 4 DIVISIONS SPLIT SCREEN OPERATIONS QUAD 01 01 02 02 05 05 06 06 03 03 04 04 07 07 07 08 08 08 QUAD 01 01 02 02 01 01 02 02 05 05 06 06 03 03...

  • Page 24: Multi-display Screen Operations

    MULTI-DISPLAY SCREEN OPERATIONS MULTI 01 01 02 02 03 03 04 04 01 01 01 02 02 02 05 05 06 06 07 07 08 08 04 04 04 05 05 05 09 09 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15...

  • Page 25

    PLUS-DISPLAY SCREEN OPERATIONS 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 SEQUENCE Automatic sequential plus display Press the SEQUENCE button. The recorded pictures from each camera are displayed sequentially in the plus screen area, on monitor 1, according to the monitor 1 sequential mode and speed set in the (MONITOR SET) menu (see page 35).

  • Page 26: Menu Setting Mode

    MENU SETTING MODE MENUS DISPLAYS To display the menus, press the MENU button. MENU (Monitor 1) 01 01 01 02 02 02 03 03 03 04 04 04 05 05 05 06 06 06 07 07 07 08 08 08 09 09 09 10 10 10 11 11 11...

  • Page 27: Language Setting

    LANGUAGE SETTING (LANGUAGE/LANG./IDIO.) The default menu language is English. The available language settings are English, French and Spanish. Setting the language Press the MENU button once to display the (LANGUAGE/LANG./IDIO.) menu. Press the l button to highlight the desired language. Press the MENU button to go to the next menu, or Press the EXIT button to exit the menu display and the selected language is set.

  • Page 28: Clock And Daylight Saving Setting

    CLOCK AND DAYLIGHT SAVING SETTING (CLOCK SET) The default setting is as indicated below. The clock will start after the actual time and date are set and the operations under (TIMER SET) are completed. Default clock settings: 01-01-2000 SAT 00:00:00 (January 1, 2000 at 00:00) Press the MENU button twice to display the (CLOCK SET) menu.

  • Page 29

    CLOCK AND DAYLIGHT SAVING SETTING (DAYLIGHT SET) The default daylight saving time function setting is “NO USE”, so the daylight adjustment will not be made. If the unit will be used in an area where there is a daylight saving time change, set it to “USE”, then if necessary, set when the daylight saving time is changed.

  • Page 30: Vcr Setting And External Control Communication Speed Setting

    VCR SETTING AND EXTERNAL CONTROL COMMUNICATION SPEED SETTING (VCR SET) You must set this unit output to match the type (Timelapse or Real time VCR) and settings of the VCR used for recording. Setting the VCR Output Press the MENU button 3 times to display the (VCR SET) menu.

  • Page 31

    VCR SETTING AND EXTERNAL CONTROL COMMUNICATION SPEED SETTING If the VCR is Equipped with a SW (switching) Output Connector (using the VCR switching signal) Make the connection from this unit to the VCR SW output connector. The video signal output by this unit will be automatically switched to the recording speed according to the switching signal output by the VCR (switching pulse setting on the VCR).

  • Page 32: Alarm And Sensor Setting

    ALARM AND SENSOR SETTING (ALARM SET) When an alarm trigger is received from sensors such as a door bell, movement sensor, etc. you can set the display mode and the recording mode for the pictures from the concerned camera. Using the (SENSOR SET) settings (see page 32), the triggers received from the video sensors can be set to operate as alarm triggers.

  • Page 33

    ALARM AND SENSOR SETTING (SENSOR SET) When the internal video sensor detects a movement in the live video signal, it can be set to trigger an alarm. Priority recording of the concerned pictures can also be set (ACTIVE REC). Setting the SENSOR SET Mode Press the l button to highlight the setting to modify.

  • Page 34: Active Recording And Video Loss

    ACTIVE RECORDING AND VIDEO LOSS SETTING (ACTIVE REC SET) To set the priority recording mode when an external alarm or video sensor trigger is received. Setting the ACTIVE REC Recording Mode Press the MENU button 5 times to display the (ACTIVE REC SET) menu.

  • Page 35

    ACTIVE RECORDING AND VIDEO LOSS SETTING ACTIVE REC Settings Examples Example 1: Recording on the tape when an alarm trigger is received from camera 2 (Normal) 01 01 02 02 04 04 05 05 06 06 Alarm trigger in (REC MODE: MODE1) 01 01 02 02 02 02...

  • Page 36: Monitor Settings

    MONITOR SETTINGS You can set the automatic sequential display speed on each monitor and the display sequence order. Also, you can have the live and/or recorded picture from certain cameras masked so that they are not visible on-screen. (MONITOR SET) Setting the Monitor Display Press the MENU button 6 times to display the (MONITOR SET) menu.

  • Page 37: Camera Setting

    CAMERA SETTING For each camera connected to the unit, you can enter a camera title, such as the camera location, etc., that will be displayed together with the picture from that camera. Also, each camera operating mode and timer recording mode can be set. (CAMERA SET) Press the MENU button 7 times to display the (CAMERA SET) menu.

  • Page 38

    CAMERA SETTING Setting up programmed recording for each camera Press the MENU button twice to display the (TIMER SET) menu, then check that the day and night periods are set as desired. (For more information on the day and night periods settings, see “TIMER SET” on page 27.) Press the MENU button once to display the (VCR SET) menu.

  • Page 39

    CAMERA SETTING Setting the alarm duration for each camera Press the MENU button twice to display the (TIMER SET) menu, then check that the day and night periods are set as desired. (For more information on the day and night periods settings, see “TIMER SET” on page 27.) Press the MENU button twice to display the (ALARM SET) menu.

  • Page 40

    CAMERA SETTING Setting the monitor masking for each camera Press the MENU button twice to display the (TIMER SET) menu, then check that the day and night periods are set as desired. (For more information on the day and night periods settings, see “TIMER SET” on page 27.) Press the MENU button five times to display the (CAMERA SET) menu.

  • Page 41

    CAMERA SETTING Setting the sequential display interval for each camera Press the MENU button twice to display the (TIMER SET) menu, then check that the day and night periods are set as desired. (For more information on the day and night periods settings, see “TIMER SET” on page 27.) Press the MENU button four times to display the (MONITOR SET) menu.

  • Page 42

    CAMERA SETTING Setting the video loss operation mode Press the MENU button four times to display the (VIDEO LOSS SET) menu, then press the l button to highlight the “VIDEO LOSS” setting. Using the + (or –) button, set “INDIV.” for the “VIDEO LOSS”...

  • Page 43

    CAMERA SETTING Setting the video sensor area position, sensitivity level and response mode Press the SELECT (1 – 16) button to select the desired camera (ex: camera 6). Press the NEXT button. The live picture from the selected camera and the video sensor setting screen for that camera are displayed.

  • Page 44: Setting Each Camera Display Position In Split Screen Display Mode

    SETTING EACH CAMERA DISPLAY POSITION IN SPLIT SCREEN DISPLAY MODE You can set where each camera will be displayed when viewing a split screen display. Setting for 16 divisions and 9 divisions split screen is available. (POSITION SET) Changing a camera position Press the MENU button 8 times to display the (POSITION SET) menu.

  • Page 45: Clock And Title Display Settings

    CLOCK AND TITLE DISPLAY SETTINGS The clock and the camera title settings entered in the menus (CLOCK SET) and (CAMERA SET, TITLE) can be displayed on-screen, and their display position can be set. (DISPLAY SET) Setting the clock and title display Press the MENU button 9 times to display the (DISPLAY SET) menu.

  • Page 46: Alarm Data Display

    ALARM DATA DISPLAY The alarm recordings are done according to the settings entered in the (ALARM SET), (SENSOR SET) and (VIDEO LOSS SET) menus. Information about the alarms (alarm data) is also recorded and can be displayed on-screen. (ALARM DATA) Displaying the Alarm Data Press the MENU button 10 times to display the (ALARM DATA) menu.

  • Page 47: Alarms Operations

    ALARMS OPERATIONS LIVE PICTURES MODE ALARM There are three types of live pictures alarms; the alarms set by an external alarm trigger, the alarms set by a loss of the video signal and the alarms set by the video sensors. EXTERNAL ALARMS Connect external inputs such as a door bell, an interphone, etc., to the ALARM IN terminals (1 –...

  • Page 48

    ALARMS OPERATIONS SENSOR ALARM When in the (SENSOR SET) menu, the “SENSOR ALARM” item is set to “ON” or “AND”, a moving subject detected by the video sensor in the selected area of the image can trigger an alarm. Example: If movement is detected at camera 4 (in multi-display screen) The buzzer is heard and the SELECT 4 indicator flashes.

  • Page 49: Interface Specifications

    Data transmission speed 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps Parity check Stop bit TRANSMISSION PROTOCOL A proprietary protocol (SSP: Security Serial Protocol) is used. Operates using a Sanyo controller or a controller using containing this protocol. A terminal signal B terminal signal Not used...

  • Page 50: Setting The Dip Switches

    INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS SETTING THE DIP SWITCHES The DIP switches need to be set when a computer, special controller, etc. connected to the RS-232C or RS-485 connectors is used to control the multiplexer. Make sure to turn the multiplexer power off before setting the DIP switches. (ADDRESS SET) 9 1 0 SW No.

  • Page 51

    INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS INFORMATION GATHERING COMMANDS STATUS SENSE(D7) When this command is sent from the computer, this unit will send a 5-byte response (see Table 1). STATUS SENSE(D7) byte assignment (Table 1) Fourth and fifth bytes are reserved. First byte Bit state information LIVE/VCR indication 0: LIVE picture mode 1: VCR playback mode...

  • Page 52

    INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS ALARM STATUS SENSE(D5) The external and video loss alarm states are indicated by a 6-byte response (see Table 2). ALARM STATUS SENSE(D5) byte assignment (Table 2) First byte Second byte ALARM ON 8 ALARM ON 16 ALARM ON 7 ALARM ON 15 ALARM ON 6 ALARM ON 14...

  • Page 53

    INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS COMMAND TABLE (TABLE 4) The commands available are indicated in the table. If a function is not available on the unit, the command will not operate even if sent. ALARM* » « – SECURITY LOCK ON SECURITY LOCK OFF GROUP SET* GROUP CHECK* GROUP CLEAR*...

  • Page 54: Specifications

    Camera output terminals (OUT) VCR input terminal (VCR IN) • Composite input • S-VHS input terminal (S-VIDEO VCR IN) : Separate YC signals, DIN connector (S terminal) x 1 (MPX-CD162 only) VCR output terminal (VCR OUT) • Composite output •...

  • Page 55

    In order to obtain warranty service, the product must be delivered to and picked up from an Authorized Sanyo Service Center at the user’s expense, unless specifically stated otherwise in this warranty. The names and addresses of Authorized Sanyo Service Centers may be obtained by calling the toll-free number listed below.

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Mpx-md162, Mpx-cd92, Mpx-md92

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