Introduction .....................4 What has been changed in MP4.30 configuration tools ......4 Configuring CCTV network ..............5 Video integration ..................5 Video Network Manager ................5 2.2.1 Video Drivers.....................7 CCTV components..................7 2.3.1 Video Connections ..................8 2.3.2 Configuration checklist of CCTV network ..........9 Camera configuration................10 2.4.1 Configuration checklist................10 2.4.2...
– Training program information including the Siemens intranet link – A complete list of all available DMS8000 documents – Instructions for how to obtain a document via the Siemens intranet using the STEP Documentation Repository System – A map of relevant documents for each target audience group –...
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Introduction 1 Introduction This is a guide to the software configuration procedures for the Video systems in the MM8000 Management Station and MK8000 OPC server. For a complete guide to the configuration process, this manual should be used with the DMS8000 Network, Fire and Intrusion Guide, and with the Installation, Configu- ration and Commissioning manual (ICC) of the specific product.
CCTV devices in two different ways: Connectivity to the following video matrix subsystems: Manufact. Model Device type Siemens SIMATRIX Switching matrix Philips/Burle LTC8000 family Switching matrix in order to monitor their status and command the camera/monitor switching. ...
Configuring CCTV network The Fig 1 illustrates how to add the VNM to the configuration: 1. In the MM8000 physical configuration, select the main station name: Supervisor System Settings MM8000 System Physical configuration <Station name> In the MK8000 project, the selection is quite similar: MK8000 System ...
Depending on the specific configuration required, add one or both drivers to your project. Proceed as follows: 1. Select the VNM node. 2. In the toolbar, click the icon corresponding to the driver you need (Fig 3): A – Siemens TELSCAN B – Siemens SISTORE Fig 3 Video drivers...
Select this icon to add a Monitor folder Select this icon to add a Siemens TELSCAN Web Server Select this icon to add an IP Camera supporting Siemens TELSCAN protocol Select this icon to add a SISTORE AX DVR Select this icon to add a SISTORE MX/MX DVR applying SDK 1.4 (MX version 2.5 to 2.81) Select this icon to add a SISTORE CX and SX DVR Select this icon to add a SISTORE MX/MX DVR applying SDK 2.5 (from MX version 2.81-01)
Configuring CCTV network Fig 5 CCTV connections 2.3.2 Configuration checklist of CCTV network Before starting the configuration, get in contact with the CCTV specialist and get the necessary information. Namely: – Configuration schematic (block diagram or wiring diagram) – Camera and Monitor types and names –...
Configuring CCTV network Camera configuration 2.4.1 Configuration checklist Verify that you have satisfied the items needed in the first checklist before proceed- ing to the configuration procedure that follows. ITEMS NEEDED FOR CONFIGURATION The number, names, and type of cameras: fixed, Dome, or PTZ. ...
Configuring CCTV network Fig 6 Adding video cameras Select this icon to add an additional camera folder Select this icon to add a fixed camera Select this icon to add a PTZ camera Select this icon to add a Dome camera Setting camera options 1.
Check which cameras have pre-trigger settings and adjust the time in the SIS- TORE tool. Siemens IP cameras can be configured in two ways: – Connected to SISTORE MX and configured with an input number greater than 64. – Networked but without video recording. In this case, they can be configured as single-channel TELSCAN.
Configuring CCTV network Monitor configuration 2.5.1 Configuration checklist Verify that you have satisfied the items needed in the first checklist before proceed- ing to the configuration procedure that follows. ITEMS NEEDED FOR CONFIGURATION The number and type of monitors: Monochrome or colour ...
Configuring CCTV network Connecting the monitor 1. Select and expand the monitor node. A Video-in node is automatically provided for the monitor. Additional input nodes may be added in case of video signal received from multiple sources. Note: In the Node tab, you can customise the monitor name (Description field). 2.
Configuring CCTV network TELSCAN/IP Cameras configuration The Siemens TELSCAN is a video web server capable of connecting up to 4 video cameras, acquiring the video images, and transferring them over an IP network to the networked hosts. IP camera supporting the TELSCAN protocol can also be individually connected to the DMS8000 systems over the LAN.
Configuring CCTV network – IP address, which should match the value set in the TELSCAN (see TELSCAN documentation). Note: The button Set Default Value can be used to reset any change in the IP address field and go back to the factory setting. –...
Do not forget to transfer to TELSCAN the customisation file from the setting page in Composer (see p. 16). Video applications recommended for TELSCAN: – MozillaControl15 ActiveX (recommended for better performance and man- datory for Siemens IP cameras). Building Technologies 048_DMS_DMS8000_Connectivity_Video_MP4.30_A6V10062457_a_en.doc Fire Safety & Security Products 06.2010...
Configuring CCTV network Limitation MM8000 and MK8000 do not support the TELSCAN connection from a SIMA- TRIX video out: each camera has to be wired directly to the TELSCAN. The IP camera directly connected to the DMS8000 are fixed (no PTZ) and must be equipped with one of the following communication components: CCIS 1337- LP (cameras), CFVA-IP or CVVA-IP (domes).
Configuring CCTV network SIMATRIX configuration The SIMATRIX is a CCTV crossbar, capable of connecting CCTV cameras and video monitor for local and distributed video surveillance systems. It also provides support for security alarm inputs, and camera fault detection. Depending on the hardware configuration – specifically the models 16-4, 64-8, SYS, and NEO - the matrix can connect 16, 64, 256, or 224 cameras, and 4, 8, 64, or 32 monitors, respectively.
Configuring CCTV network 2.7.1 Configuration checklist Verify that you have satisfied the items needed in the first checklist before proceed- ing to the configuration procedure that follows. ITEMS NEEDED FOR CONFIGURATION The SIMATRIX model: 16-4, 64.8, SYS, or NEO. ...
Configuring CCTV network – SIMATRIX 64-8 – SIMATRIX SYS Note: Be aware that it may not be possible to later modify the type. More precisely, the only modification allowed is to select a bigger model but not to change to a smaller one. For example, you can change from the ‘16-4’ (de- fault) toward a ‘64-8’...
Configuring CCTV network Note: in SIMATRIX, there are three types of alarm points, depending on the type of alarm reset that the unit expects. They include: Stack alarms, which are associated to the CCTV monitors with a shifting – technique (the alarmed cameras are shown on the monitors according to a programmed priority), and then reset by switching the monitor to an- other camera.
Configuring CCTV network Connecting the monitors (Video network model only) 1. Select and expand the SIMATRIX node. 2. Select and expand the SIMATRIX Video Out folder. 3. Select and expand the Video Monitor folder. 4. Select the video-out node of the SIMATRIX. 5.
Configuring CCTV network – 2400 baud – 8N1 (8 Data bits, No parity, 1 Stop bit) The SIMATRIX software provides two template data files, LMS_1 (16) or LMS_6 (64) depending on the SIMATRIX model, which already include the configuration options required for the CDDL/CDSF communication.
Configuring CCTV network SISTORE DVR configuration The Siemens SISTORE is a family of Digital Video Recorders capable of acquiring the video signals from a number of input cameras, showing the images on a local monitor, and storing them in digital form on a local hard disk for later analysis. Also, direct alarm inputs and outputs can be managed.
Configuring CCTV network 2.8.2 Configuration procedure The following are the configuration procedures for a SISTORE unit: Adding the Video Network Manager 1. Open the Composer project. 2. If not already done, add the Video Network Manager ( 2.2 at p.5) and the SISTORE driver: ...
Configuring CCTV network Note: the button Set Default Value can be used to reset any change in the fields above and go back to the factory setting. 3 Additionally, set the Admin (or Administrator for MX/MX-Pro) account password, and TCP port for: –...
Configuring CCTV network SISTORE MX / MX Pro / MX NVS models (SDK 1.4) SISTORE IP address: read it in the Admini- stration Configura- tion Network page of the SISTORE MX soft- ware SISTORE user(s): read it in the Administration ...
Configuring CCTV network Fig 21 Connecting cameras to SISTORE Creating video outputs and connecting the monitors 1. Select and expand the SISTORE node. 2. Select and expand the SISTORE Video Out folder. 3. Add the required video outputs: note that output number can be customised. 4.
Configuring CCTV network Configuring alarm outputs 1. Select and expand the SISTORE node. 2. Select and expand the Alarm Output folder. 3. Add the required alarm outputs: note that output number can be customised. 4. Select the Alarm Output node and its Node tab. 5.
Configuring CCTV network Fig 25 Auto-disconnect option in the SISTORE MX RemoteView configuration Be sure that the IP address and Ports are set in Composer as in the SISTORE MX program (Network tab) Be sure that the Usernames and Passwords are set in Composer as in the SIS- TORE MX program (User Management tab).
Configuring CCTV network SISTORE SX / CX Check MM8000 and SISTORE SX / CX Release Notes about known problems and specific compatibility issues. Special registry settings Note the registry-based settings available in the file folder: <installation folder>\Utilities\Reg\... – EnableExternalRecording.reg –...
Configuring CCTV network Configuring a Philips/Burle CCTV switcher DMS8000 products support the LTC8000 family of Philips/Burle CCTV switchers. The LTC8000 family includes various switching units ranging from 8 to 4096 cam- era inputs and from 2 to 512 monitor outputs. Alarms inputs (8 to 1024) are also supported for triggering alarm-handling switching procedures.
Configuring CCTV network 2.9.2 Configuration procedures The following are the configuration procedures for the Philips/Burle switcher unit: Adding the folder for the Philips/Burle subsystems 1. Open the Composer project. 2. Create a folder for the CCTV components. A new node appears in the Composer tree Adding the Philips/Burle switcher node 1.
Configuring CCTV network In a few moments, the CCTV structure is imported, and the node is repre- sented in the Composer tree. Defining the switcher detailed configuration If no configuration can be imported, you will need to configure the switcher by hand to reflect the actual hardware configuration.
Configuring CCTV network Fig 30 Adding monitors to Philips/Burle switcher The new nodes will be named and numbered sequentially starting from 1. Should the actual CCTV configuration be different, you can change the default address in the Node tab (see Fig 31). We recommend changing the node name as well so that it will still correspond to the address.
Configuring CCTV network Fig 32 Linking Philips/Burle switcher to NK822x port Building Technologies 048_DMS_DMS8000_Connectivity_Video_MP4.30_A6V10062457_a_en.doc Fire Safety & Security Products 06.2010...
Configuring CCTV network 2.10 Configuring a Light-integration Device (External Viewer) Third party units, e.g. IP cameras or other devices, can be easily integrated in MM8000 systems for providing basic viewing functions. In fact, such devices can be supported with a Data Viewer in the MM8000 Page Browser. No event or his- tory treatment is foreseen.
Configuring CCTV network 2.10.2 Configuration procedures The following are the configuration procedures for the Light-integration Device: Adding the folder for the Light-integration Devices 1. Open the Composer project. 2. Select or add the destination folder in the tree. 3. Select the Video menu icon 4.
Configuring CCTV network Configuring the viewer 1. Select the new device node and then the associated Node tab. 2. In case HTML-based viewer (Fig 35), enter the file path of the local HTML page (note that HTTP protocol is not supported) -- OR -- in case of installed application, enter the Application path and, optionally, the re- lated launch parameters (Fig 36).
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