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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
System Controller
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.
VSP-9000

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  • Page 1: System Controller

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL System Controller 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. VSP-9000...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Sample Equipment Allocation ... 76 b Protocol Chart (Autopan)... 79 b Protocol Chart (Patrol)... 80 b Changing the Opening screen to “SANYO”... 81 b Create a map using the graphics tool and display on opening screen... 82 b Basic Graphics ... 84 Others Specifications ...85...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    However, in the event of a problem, the owner is advised not to attempt to make repairs or open the cabinet. Servicing should always be referred to your dealer or Sanyo Authorized Service Center. Introduction...

  • Page 4: Safety Cautions

    Safety Cautions Main Unit WARNING b b b b Never use when unit emits smoke, unusual noises, or unusual smells. Using under these abnormal conditions can cause fires and electric shock. Immediately unplug the AC adapter power plug from the outlet, confirm that the smoke stops, and then request repairs from the installer or the purchasing source.

  • Page 5

    Safety Cautions CAUTION b b b b Transport with care Unplug the AC adapter power plug from the outlet, confirm that connection cables are disconnected, and transport carefully to avoid dropping the unit or subjecting it to severe shock. b b b b Cautions for care or long-term disuse Unplug the AC adapter power plug from the outlet.

  • Page 6

    Safety Cautions (Continued) Provided AC Adapter WARNING b b b b Use only the provided AC adapter Use the provided AC adapter. Using a different AC adapter can cause fires or electric shock, due to differences in power cord current capacity. b b b b Never touch the AC adapter with wet hands This can cause electric shock.

  • Page 7

    Safety Cautions CAUTION b b b b Do not connect to other equipment The provided AC adapter is exclusively for this unit. Connecting to other equipment can cause fires or electric shock. b b b b Power cord Damaging the power cord in the following manner can cause fires or electric shock.

  • Page 8

    Safety Cautions (Continued) Always Observe These Rules for Proper Use b b b b Trademark Brands and product names described in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. b b b b When not using for long periods Unplug the power plug from the outlet.

  • Page 9: Major Characteristics

    Major Characteristics • Use joystick for pan/tilt/zoom operations • Select your language • Wide-range control of high-speed dome cameras and receivers • Automatically test communication channels • RS485 communication line b b b b Security • Communication errors and warning buzzers •...

  • Page 10: Preparation

    Part Names Front 1 Menu Display (P11) When the unit is turned on, the main menu is displayed. Press the buttons in the menu to display setup screens, etc. to access settings and operate the unit. Preparation Back 2 Joystick This pans, tilts, and zooms the camera.

  • Page 11

    Part Names Rear 1 Power terminal Connect the DC terminal on the AC adapter provided. 2 Dipswitch (SW) Used for PC settings, communication settings, or terminate settings on this unit. When using as a system controller, set to this position. (OFF) Use for ON/OFF settings for 1 2 3 4...

  • Page 12: Menu Display

    Menu Display b System Information SERVICE b Main Menu SYSTEM ALARM PLAY ALARM SETUP PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP ENTER CLOCK TIMER ADDRESS ? STILL PLAY STOP ADJUST ON/OFF IRIS ONE PUSH GO TO TO SUB SEQ/ CENTER PRESET SCREEN...

  • Page 13: System Information

    System Information Press the button to display the current initial settings information for this unit. These settings change when communication line settings have been changed in System Setup. ALARM PLAY ALARM PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP CLOCK TIMER ADDRESS ? STILL...

  • Page 14: Sample System Connection

    Sample System Connection A When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) Monitor TELEMETRY VIDEO Modular cable Conversion connector RS485 A Terminal B When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) Monitor TELEMETRY VIDEO Modular cable Conversion connector RS485 A Terminal C When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminal (TELEMETRY A) Monitor TELEMETRY...

  • Page 15

    Sample System Connection D When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminal (TELEMETRY B) (Competitor camera) Monitor TELEMETRY VIDEO Modular cable Conversion connector RS485 A Terminal E When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminals (TELEMETRY A/B) (Competitor camera) Monitor...

  • Page 16: Connection And Communication Setup 1 (video)

    Connection and Communication Setup 1 A When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) Zoom camera Dome camera (sold separately) (sold separately) with multiplexer function (sold separately) Monitor (sold separately) AC adapter (provided) b b b b Connecting communication conversion connectors Green Yellow Preparation...

  • Page 17

    2 Plug power plug into AC adapter. 3 Plug power plug into AC power supply. This unit is turned on, and the main menu appears on the menu display. ALARM PLAY ALARM VSP-9000 PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP...

  • Page 18

    To operate a camera via video equipment, this should display “Video”. • A-Protocol: When “Video” is selected for “A-Connector”, “SANYO SSP” is automatically displayed. • A-Baudrate: Because 1–VIDEO is then set to “Baudrate (19200)”, “– – – – –” is displayed by default.

  • Page 19: Connection And Communication Setup 2 (video)

    Connection and Communication Setup 2 B When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) Zoom camera Dome camera (sold separately) (sold separately) Monitor (sold separately) AC adapter (provided) b Connecting communication conversion connectors (Figure 1) Green Yellow Zoom camera Zoom camera (sold separately) (sold separately) Hard disk digital recorder...

  • Page 20

    2 Plug power plug into AC adapter. 3 Plug power plug into AC power supply. This unit is turned on, and the main menu appears on the menu display. ALARM PLAY ALARM VSP-9000 PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP...

  • Page 21

    To operate a camera via video equipment, this should display “Video”. • A-Protocol: When “Video” is selected for “A-Connector”, “SANYO SSP” is automatically displayed. • A-Baudrate: Because 1–VIDEO is then set to “Baudrate (19200)”, “– – – – –” is displayed by default.

  • Page 22: Connection And Communication

    Connection and Communication Setup 3 C When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminal (TELEMETRY A) Zoom camera Dome camera (sold separately) (sold separately) AC adapter (provided) b Connecting communication conversion connectors (Figure 1) Green Yellow Preparation Zoom camera Zoom camera (sold separately)

  • Page 23

    2 Plug power plug into AC adapter. 3 Plug power plug into AC power supply. This unit is turned on, and the main menu appears on the menu display. ALARM PLAY ALARM VSP-9000 PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP...

  • Page 24

    To operate a hard disk digital recorder with a multiplexer function, this should display “DVR/MUX”. • Protocol: When “DVR/MUX” is selected for “Type”, “SANYO DVR/MU” is automatically displayed. • Baudrate: “19200” is automatically displayed. Match the settings of the connected equipment (DVR, etc.).

  • Page 25

    Connection and Communication Setup 4 D When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminal (TELEMETRY B) Zoom camera Dome camera (sold separately) (sold separately) AC adapter (provided) b Connecting communication conversion connectors (Figure 1) Green Yellow Zoom camera Zoom camera (sold separately) (sold separately)

  • Page 26: Connection And Communication Setup 4 (video/telemetry B)

    2 Plug power plug into AC adapter. 3 Plug power plug into AC power supply. This unit is turned on, and the main menu appears on the menu display. ALARM PLAY ALARM VSP-9000 PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP...

  • Page 27

    To operate a hard disk digital recorder with a multiplexer function, this should display “DVR/MUX”. • Protocol: When “DVR/MUX” is selected for “Type”, “SANYO DVR/MU” is automatically displayed. • Baudrate: “19200” is automatically displayed. Match the settings of the connected equipment.

  • Page 28

    Connection and Communication Setup 5 E When connected to video communication terminal (VIDEO) and camera communication terminals (TELEMETRY A/B) Zoom camera Dome camera (sold separately) (sold separately) AC adapter (provided) b Connecting communication conversion connectors (Figure 1) Green Yellow Preparation Zoom camera Zoom camera (sold separately)

  • Page 29

    2 Plug power plug into AC adapter. 3 Plug power plug into AC power supply. This unit is turned on, and the main menu appears on the menu display. ALARM PLAY ALARM VSP-9000 PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP...

  • Page 30: Connection And Communication Setup 5 (video/telemetry A/b)

    To operate a hard disk digital recorder with a multiplexer function, this should display “DVR/MUX”. • Protocol: When “DVR/MUX” is selected for “Type”, “SANYO DVR/MU” is automatically displayed. • Baudrate: “19200” is automatically displayed. Match the settings of the connected equipment.

  • Page 31: Communication Lines And Number Of Connected Units

    Communication Lines and Number of Connected Units This unit can operate multiple hard disk digital recorders with a multiplexer function connected to the rear video terminal (VIDEO), or multiple dome or zoom cameras connected to the camera terminals (TELEMETRY A/B). Address and terminate settings are required after connecting the equipment.

  • Page 32

    Communication Lines and Number of Connected Units (Continued) RS-485 SETTING BAUD RATE TERMINATE Preparation 1 2 3 4 TELEMETRY VIDEO 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 TELEMETRY VIDEO 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 TELEMETRY VIDEO 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 TELEMETRY...

  • Page 33: Operation

    Hard Disk Digital Recorder (DVR) Operation When connecting this unit with hard disk digital recorders, zoom cameras, etc. <Main Menu Screen> ALARM PLAY ALARM PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP CLOCK TIMER ADJUST STILL PLAY STOP ON/OFF ONE PUSH IRIS GO TO SEQ/...

  • Page 34

    Hard Disk Digital Recorder (DVR) Operation (Continued) Press changes to Use the ten-key pad to enter the camera address (Example: 2). The Datum “00002” will flash. Press the button. enter The Datum changes to “00000”, and the camera input channel in the message display is “2”.

  • Page 35

    Hard Disk Digital Recorder (DVR) Operation Recording stop button The recording stop screen is REC STOP displayed on the menu display. Press to continue recording, or enter press to stop recording. Multiple display button The main monitor displays a nine-pane or sixteen-pane screen. The display panes differ based on the number of camera input terminals on the hard disk digital recorder.

  • Page 36

    Hard Disk Digital Recorder (DVR) Operation (Continued) Security lock button Press to engage a security lock on LOCK hard disk digital recorder operation. Camera sequence button SEQUENCE This automatically switches the monitored live image. Press again to cancel. Menu button MENU Press to display the hard disk digital recorder menu.

  • Page 37: Multiplexer (mux) Operation

    Multiplexer (MUX) operation ALARM PLAY ALARM PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP CLOCK TIMER ADDRESS ? STILL PLAY STOP ADJUST ON/OFF IRIS GO TO ONE PUSH SEQ/ CENTER PRESET PAN/ TOUR IRIS FOCUS IRIS FOCUS TOUR ADDRESS ? NEAR MAIN SPOT...

  • Page 38

    Multiplexer (MUX) operation (Continued) b b b b Main Menu Screen Operation SPOT SPOT SPOT SPOT MON. MON. MON. MON. Spot monitor buttons (*) Press to select the image to output to the spot monitor. Main monitor button (*) MAIN Press to operate the main monitor.

  • Page 39: Dome Camera/zoom Camera Operation

    Dome Camera/Zoom Camera Operation ALARM PLAY ALARM PLAY PLAY R PLAY SPEED SPEED REC STOP CLOCK TIMER ADJUST STILL PLAY STOP ON/OFF ONE PUSH IRIS GO TO SEQ/ CENTER PRESET PAN/ TOUR IRIS FOCUS IRIS TOUR FOCUS NEAR To camera address change screen (P67) enter <Sub Screen>...

  • Page 40

    Dome Camera/Zoom Camera Operation (Continued) b b b b Main Menu Screen Operation Performs a sequential pan. Performs an automatic pan. Engages tour mode. TOUR SEQ/ Cancels sequential pan/automatic PAN/ pan/tour mode. TOUR Performs one-push auto-focus. ONE PUSH Uses manual focus to adjust focus FOCUS on a far point.

  • Page 41

    Dome Camera/Zoom Camera Operation Turns OFF other functions. The ten-key pad screen is displayed on the menu display. Select the function number, and press enter button. To return to the previous screen, press the button. Sets zoom to max telefocus. ZOOM PRESET Sets zoom to max wide.

  • Page 42: System Setup

    System Setup Overview ALARM PLAY ALARM PLAY PLAY R PLAY REC STOP SPEED SPEED CLOCK TIMER STILL PLAY STOP ADJUST ON/OFF ONE PUSH IRIS GO TO SEQ/ CENTER PRESET PAN/ TOUR IRIS FOCUS IRIS TOUR FOCUS NEAR (Initial Screen) STILL PLAY MONITOR MENU...

  • Page 43: Language Selection

    Language Selection Passwords and menu display settings are available for operating this unit. As an example, changing the language (LANGUAGE) is explained here. Use the same method for other settings on the System screen. <Sub Screen> STILL PLAY STOP MONITOR MENU EXIT/OSD TIMER...

  • Page 44: Communication Setup

    Changing the type will require changing the Protocol and Baudrate as well. • Protocol: This shows the communication protocol (SANYO DVR/MU) used on this unit. • Baudrate: Select the data transmissions speed (19200) for the connected video equipment. • Keyboard Add:...

  • Page 45: Unit Address Setup

    Communication Setup b b b b Unit Address Setup When purchased, the unit address is set to “1”. Change the address when using multiple controllers. Allocate addresses from 0 to 4. * The addresses can also be checked using button. Changing the Unit Address Press the button to select...

  • Page 46

    Telemetry: Operating a camera by connecting this unit to camera using modular cable. • A-Protocol: The communication protocol used on this unit is SANYO SSP. Every time the communication protocol is changed, “A-Baudrate” is restored to the default value. • A-Baudrate:...

  • Page 47

    Communication Setup C 3–SERIAL TESTS (Communication output test for video communication terminal and camera communication terminal) Remove all lines connected to this unit, and use two modular cables and two communication converter connectors to connect as shown below. 1 2 3 4 White Yellow Yellow...

  • Page 48: Control Setup

    Control Setup Sets up equipment and functions effective for this unit. b b b b Select a Control Item (ACCEPTED VALUES) Press the button or select a setup item, then press the button. Displays the selected screen. See the selection item (A B C). System Setup Selection Items A 1–CAMERAS...

  • Page 49

    Control Setup Single row clear button Clears a row at a time. T E L T E L Individual camera setup button The ten cameras on the cursor line can be set (A/B/m) individually. A line selection button T E L When pressed, the A/B line switch button switches to the B line selection button...

  • Page 50

    Control Setup (Continued) C 3–FUNCTIONS Other functions can be started or stopped. • Mtx/Dvr/Mux setup Enables display of the video equipment menu. • Telemetry setup Enables display of the camera menu. • Autopan/Scan/Patrol Enables automatic operation of dome cameras. • Joystick Enables joystick operation.

  • Page 51: Password Setup (password)

    Password Setup (PASSWORD) Passwords can be set for operations upon unit power ON, setup menu access, etc. • Write down each password to remember them. Also, periodic password changes are recommended for safety. • When purchased, the password is set to “00000”.

  • Page 52: At Switching On (power On Password)

    Password Setup (PASSWORD) (Continued) The password setup procedure is the same for each item. Here, entering the password upon unit power ON is explained. b b b b AT SWITCHING ON (Power ON password) Press the button or button to select “AT SWITCHING ON”, then press button.

  • Page 53: Setup (configuration)

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) b Initialize b Touch screen test b Buzzer and menu display setup b Joystick setup b Touch screen adjustment System Setup...

  • Page 54: Initialize (restore Basis Values)

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) (Continued) b b b b Initialize (RESTORE BASIS VALUES) When this is set, the settings of each menu screen revert to the default settings. Press the button or button to select “RESTORE BASIS VALUES”, then press button. The “1–RESTORE BASIS VALUES” screen is displayed.

  • Page 55: Joystick Setup (joystick)

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) • 4–Matrix alarm: Matrix alarm detection This setting sounds a buzzer when an alarm is detected. Selections: YES, NO • 5–Power saving: Power save function When no buttons are operated for approximately one minute, the screen brightness is automatically switched (dimmed).

  • Page 56: Touch Screen Adjustment (touch Screen Setting)

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) (Continued) b b b b Touch screen adjustment (TOUCH SCREEN SETTING) Press the button or button to select “TOUCH SCREEN SETTING”, then press the button. enter The adjustment screen appears. Press the center of the button at the upper left to display the pressed coordinates.

  • Page 57: Touch Screen Initialization And Reset

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) Press the button. enter The coordinates at the lower right are placed in memory, and change to “= = = = =”. Press the SAVE button. The coordinates at the upper left and lower right are in memory. When the coordinates are memorized at dramatically offset positions, this unit will not...

  • Page 58: Touch Screen Test (touch Test)

    Setup (CONFIGURATION) (Continued) After initializing, operate the joystick as shown in the drawing to perform touch screen adjustment. The touch screen adjustment screen appears. Perform settings using the procedure on P55. After setup is complete, the “DOWNLOAD MODE” screen is displayed. Turn the dipswitch (SW1) OFF.

  • Page 59: Software

    Software CONTENTS 2 2 2 2 Software Configuration ... 59 2 2 2 2 Connection and Software Installation... 60 2 2 2 2 System Setup (Setup) ... 61 2 2 2 2 Language Setup (Language)... 68 2 2 2 2 Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) ... 71...

  • Page 60: Software Configuration

    Software Configuration Use the software on the provided CD-ROM to perform various settings for this unit on your PC. System Setup (Setup) System setup for this unit are performed on the PC. The setting contents can be saved on the PC, making it efficient to manage differing settings, set one setting on multiple system controllers, or apply the same settings to all units.

  • Page 61: Connection And Software Installation

    Connection and Software Installation b b b b Install the Software Insert the provided CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive on the PC, open it, and click SETUP.EXE. The next screen is displayed. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the software. Three pieces of software are installed: Keyboard Setup, Keyboard Language, and Keyboard Maps.

  • Page 62: System Setup (setup)

    System Setup (Setup) Double-click 1 Menu [File] New: Create new system settings. Open: Open existing settings. Save: Save settings. Save as: Save settings by another name. Receive from keyboard: Download unit settings to this software. Send to keyboard: Upload software settings to the unit. COM Port: Select the PC port number (1 to 9).

  • Page 63: A General (general Settings)

    System Setup (Setup) A General (General Settings) From the “File” menu, select “New”. • To open saved settings, select “Open”. • To download the current unit settings and change them, select “Receive from keyboard”. Click the [General] tab. Make the various settings. (P63) 1 Language (Select Language) 2 Commnunications (Communication Setup)

  • Page 64

    Changing the type will require changing the Protocol and Baudrate as well. • Protocol: This shows the communication protocol (SANYO DVR/MU) used on this unit. • BaudRate: Select the data transmissions speed (19200) for the connected video equipment.

  • Page 65: B Cameras (camera Communication Setup)

    System Setup (Setup) B Cameras (Camera communication setup) Click the [Cameras] tab. Set camera lines using the various buttons. : Clear button Disconnects all cameras. : Single row clear button Clears a row at a time. : A/B line switch button When pressed, all camera connection terminals switch to A.

  • Page 66

    System Setup (Setup) (Continued) Changing the Camera Address Number • Click to enter input/output settings mode (upper left grid displays “Addr.”). To set a camera address, double-click it and enter the number. • To change the address of a camera connected to another hard disk digital recorder or multiplexer (Dvr/Mux), use the spin button to change the Dvr/Mux address.

  • Page 67: C Monitor/local Mux

    System Setup (Setup) C Monitor/Local Mux (Valid/Invalid setup for hard disk digital recorder with multiplexer) Click the [Monitor/Local Mux] tab. Set the video equipment output using the various buttons. : Clear button Invalidates all video equipment. : Single row invalidate button Sets a row to be invalid.

  • Page 68: D Enabling (stopping Or Starting Settings)

    System Setup (Setup) (Continued) D Enabling (stopping or starting settings) Click the [Enabling] tab. Check the functions to turn Uncheck the functions to turn OFF, leaving them blank. • Setup Matrix/Dvr/Mux Enables display of the video equipment menu. • Setup Telemetry Enables display of the camera menu.

  • Page 69: Language Setup (language)

    Language Setup (Language) Double-click 1 Menu [Text management] Receive from keyboard: Receives the current language from the unit. Load from file: Opens language settings file. Send to keyboard: Uploads software language settings to the unit. Save on file: Saves current language settings to a file. Special characters: Displays an input screen for special characters.

  • Page 70: Creating Two Different English Tabs

    Language Setup (Language) (Continued) b b b b Creating Two Different English Tabs From the “Text management” menu, select “Receive from keyboard”. Receives the current language from the unit. The receive status is displayed on the screen, and the language is displayed when receiving is complete.

  • Page 71

    Language Setup (Language) Use the same procedure to change other words or change them into symbols, creating tabs with different English wording. Pressing will display the special character input screen. Enter the language name in the top row. From the “Text management” menu, select “Send to keyboard”.

  • Page 72: Graphics Environment Setup (maps)

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) Double-click 1 Menu [Project] • New: Creates new graphics. • Open: Opens an existing file. • Save: Saves current settings. • Save as: Save settings by another name • Receive from keyboard: Downloads the current settings from the unit.

  • Page 73: Display Telephone Number On Opening Screen

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) b b b b Display Telephone Number on Opening Screen From the “Project” menu, select “New”. The Opening screen appears. Double-click Click the “Service” tab, click “ ”, and select the image file to read. From the “Project” menu, select “Send to keyboard”.

  • Page 74: Map Screen Explanation

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) (Continued) b b b b Map Screen Explanation From the “Project” menu, select “New”. The Opening screen appears. Double-click Click the [Maps] tab. The left window displays Map 1, and the right window displays the General icon. Software...

  • Page 75

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) 1 Map Display 2 Map Selection Click the up or down arrows on the spin button to switch the map display screen. Note: Maps 1 to 4 are basic displays for this unit, and cannot be changed (Locked). To allocate button functions, select Map 5 to 30.

  • Page 76

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) (Continued) (Allocation Setup Screen) (1) Matrix/Mux-Dvr Allocates functions and selects video equipment and cameras for operation. (2) Movements Allocates dome camera automatic functions. See Protocol Chart (Autopan/Patrol). (P79, 80) (3) Focus/Iris Allocates camera focus and iris functions. (4) Jump page Allocates Map switching functions (Password levels can be set to perform this...

  • Page 77: Sample Equipment Allocation

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) b b b b Sample Equipment Allocation A To allocate “Play” to the hard disk digital recorder (DVR) at address 1 Check “Mixed System”. Check “Local Dvr”. Check “Select Dvr”, and enter “1” in the text box (input field). Check “Dvr Functions”, and select “Play”...

  • Page 78

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) (Continued) B Select the camera connected to CH16 of the hard disk digital recorder (DVR) on address 2, and allocate “Autopan”. Check “Mixed System”. Check “Local Dvr”. Check “Select Dvr”, and enter “2” in the text box (input field). Check “Select camera”, and enter “16”...

  • Page 79

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) C To switch the map display screen to Map 15 At the lower right of the screen, by “Jump page”, check “No.”, and enter “15” in the text box. Press “Save and exit” to exit the screen. Software...

  • Page 80: Protocol Chart (autopan)

    1..8 START AUTOPAN START AUTOPAN MACRO START AUTOPAN PANASONIC START AUTOPAN PELCO SAMSUNG START AUTOPAN SANYO SSP START AUTOPAN SANYO HSSP 0 START AUTOPAN SANTEC 1..8 START AUTOPAN SENSORMATIC 0 START AUTOPAN STAR START AUTOPAN START AUTOPAN VIDEOTEC START AUTOPAN...

  • Page 81: Protocol Chart (patrol)

    0 START PATROL 1 START PATTERN 1 2 START PATTERN 2 3 START PATTERN 3 SANYO SSP 0..1 0 START TOUR 1 START SEQUENCE SANYO HSSP 0..1 0 START TOUR 1 START SEQUENCE SANTEC 1..8 START TOUR 1..8 9..12 START PATTERN 1..4 (9..12)

  • Page 82: Changing The Opening Screen To "sanyo

    Click the “ ” icon, and select the image file to read. Opening Screen Software Pastes the selected “SANYO” logo onto the opening screen. From the “Project” menu, select “Send to keyboard”. A dialog box is displayed for selecting the upload screen.

  • Page 83: Create A Map Using The Graphics Tool And Display On Opening Screen

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) b b b b Create a map using the graphics tool and display on opening screen. Opening Screen From the “Project” menu, select “New”. The Opening screen appears. From the “Images” menu, select “Change image”. A paint screen (FPaint) is displayed. Create a map or other graphic using the graphics tool.

  • Page 84

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) (Continued) Click to save settings. From the “Project” menu, select “Send to keyboard”. A dialog box is displayed for selecting the upload screen. Check the “Maps” checkbox, and click the OK button. The pasted image is uploaded. Saving settings on PC From the “Project”...

  • Page 85: Basic Graphics

    Graphics Environment Setup (Maps) 3 Drawing Tools : Selects the item (cursor) : Draws lines freehand : Draws straight line : Draws rectangle (outline only) : Draws solid rectangle : Draws rectangle with rounded corners (outline only) : Draws solid rectangle with rounded corners : Draws circle (outline only) : Draws solid circle...

  • Page 86: Others

    Specifications Communication Method Keyboard Joystick Control terminal RS-232C terminal for PC Dipswitch Communication speed Maximum number of connected equipment Usage conditions Storage conditions Power source (AC adapter) Current consumption Weight Appearance and specifications may be revised without notice. Thank you for your understanding. b b b b Outer Dimensions (Units: mm) Others RS485...

  • Page 87: Appendix

    16/4 VIDEOTEC 32/8 VIDEOTEC 128/16 VIDE. Protocol SANYO DVR/MU 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -...

  • Page 88

    Connector Telemetry Telemetry Telemetry Telemetry Others Protocol SANYO SSP - - - - - - - - SANYO HSSP SANYO HSSP SANYO HSSP SANYO HSSP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -...

  • Page 89: Message Chart

    Appendix b b b b Message Chart Message display ALARM: Esc to exit AUX: Select function AUX: Function not available AUX: Function not enabled AUX: Sent Set AUX: Sent Reset AUX: Sent Toggle AUTOFLIP: Function not available AUTOFLIP: Function not enabled AUTOFLIP: Sent enabled Autoflip AUTOFLIP: Sent Autoflip toggle AUTOFLIP: Sent Autoflip set...

  • Page 90: Special Code Chart

    Appendix (Continued) b b b b Special Code Chart These functions can be loaded by entering their special codes. ERNITEC SATURN... 89 MARK MERCER ... 90 PELCO ... 92 SENSORMATIC ... 94 b b b b ERNITEC SATURN Code AUTOPAN Saves the current position of the first limit switch.

  • Page 91

    Appendix b b b b MARK MERCER Code IRIS MANUAL Opens the iris. Closes the iris. ON SCREEN DISPLAY Screen display ON. Screen display OFF. Screen display on top half of monitor. Screen display on bottom half of monitor. INFRARED RESPONSE CURVES Initially set curve (visible light) 950nm curve 850nm curve...

  • Page 92

    Appendix (Continued) Code TOGGLE AUTO PARK (ON/OFF) Dome cameras can be set to automatically move to preset position No. 1 after a set stopping interval passes. XX= 01 – 99(*): Waiting time (minutes) before automatically stopping (*) when waiting time XX=00, the function is invalid. Example: “205”...

  • Page 93

    Appendix b b b b PELCO Code Pan 0 position SPEED CURVES First speed curve (speed values: 1, 5, 10, 20, 30, 45, 63). Second speed curve (speed values: 1, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 63). Third speed curve (speed values: 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45, 63). Fourth speed curve (default setting) (speed values: 29, 37, 45, 50, 55, 59, 63).

  • Page 94

    Appendix (Continued) Code ALARMS Alarm identification (X is 1 to 8) MISC Cleans screen. Initializes remote camera operations (pan/tilt). 9999 Initializes remote camera operations (to default values). Backlight compensation ON Backlight compensation OFF White balance ON White balance OFF Makes “unit phase delay mode” valid. X= 1 –...

  • Page 95

    Appendix b b b b SENSORMATIC Code RELAYS All relays OFF Relay 1 ON Relay 2 ON Relay 3 ON Relay 4 ON Relay 1 and 2 ON Relay 1 and 3 ON Relay 1 and 4 ON Relay 2 and 3 ON Relay 2 and 4 ON Relay 3 and 4 ON Relay 1, 2 and 3 ON...

  • Page 96

    SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. 1AC6P1P2951-- L8CSC/WA (0805KP)a VTECH...

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