LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series | en Table of Contents Safety ..............................1 Unpacking .............................. 9 Parts List ..............................9 Service ..............................10 Description ............................11 Allegiant Feature Summary Table ....................... 13 System Components ..........................15 LTC 8601 Series Systems ........................15 LTC 8800 Series Systems ........................
Video Output Modules.......................... 29 CPU Module............................29 Camera and Monitor Video Connections ....................30 8.5.1 LTC 8600 Series and LTC 8800 Series Video Input Connections ............30 Termination Practices........................... 31 8.6.1 LTC 8600 Series or LTC 8800 Series Video Input Terminations ............32 8.6.2...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series | en Factory Default Settings ........................50 14.1 User Selectable DIP Switch Settings for Main CPU Bay ............... 50 14.1.1 Upper CPU DIP Switch S1 ........................50 14.1.2 Middle CPU DIP Switch S2 ........................51 14.1.3...
AC Line Fuse Replacement ........................84 19.4 Power Supply Fuse Replacement ......................84 19.5 Replacement of Memory Backup Batteries................... 84 Character ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800 ................86 ERROR MESSAGES ..........................99 Troubleshooting Guide ........................102 22.1 Main Bay Checkout ..........................102 22.2...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Safety Important Safety Instructions Read, follow, and retain for future reference all of the following safety instructions. Heed all warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions before operating the unit. Cleaning - Unplug the unit from the outlet before cleaning. Follow any instructions provided with the unit.
17. Attachments, changes or modifications - Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Any change or modification of the equipment, not expressly approved by Bosch, could void the warranty or, in the case of an authorization agreement, authority to operate the equipment.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Safety Precautions DANGER! High risk: This symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation such as “Dangerous Voltage” inside the product. If not avoided, this will result in an electrical shock, serious bodily injury, or death.
Please dispose of these units at an environmentally compatible recycling facility, per European Directive 2002/96/EC. Environmental statement - Bosch has a strong commitment towards the environment. This unit has been designed to respect the environment as much as possible.
Because the ISDN circuits are treated like telephone-network voltage, avoid connecting the SELV circuit to the Telephone Network Voltage (TNV) circuits. Video loss - Video loss is inherent to digital video recording; therefore, Bosch Security Systems cannot be held liable for any damage that results from missing video information. To minimize the risk of lost digital information, Bosch Security Systems recommends multiple, redundant recording systems, and a procedure to back up all analog and digital information.
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LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Customer Support and Service If this unit needs service, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center for authorization to return and shipping instructions. Service Centers Repair Center Telephone: 800-566-2283 Fax: 800-366-1329 E-mail: email@example.com...
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This equipment should be unpacked and handled with care. If an item appears to have been damaged in shipment, notify the shipper. Verify that all parts shown in the Parts List have been included. If any items are missing, notify your Bosch Secu- rity Systems Sales or Customer Service Representative.
10 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Service If the unit needs repair, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center for authorization to return and shipping instructions. Service Centers • • Repair Center Telephone: 800-566-2283 Fax: 800-366-1329 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org...
The LTC 8600 Series Allegiant system can handle up to 128 cameras and 16 moni- tors in a full crosspoint configuration. It can also accommodate 512 alarm points, up to 16 keyboards, a computer system console port, and a logging printer port.
Allegiant system, stored on disk, or printed from a PC. The LTC 8850/00 Bosch GUI Software is designed around an intuitive graphic-based interface. This software provides high performance programming, control, and mon- itoring of all system functions by using on-screen icons to reflect real time status of the devices controlled by the system.
1. Full camera switching/control on all monitors 2. Multiple keyboards (up to 16 with LTC 8600; 32 with LTC 8800) 3. Multiple alarm inputs (up to 512 with LTC 8600; 1024 with LTC 8800) 4. Three (3) user-selectable pre-defined alarm response modes 5.
14 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series In addition, these systems provide the capability to control on-site receiver/driver units and the AutoDome Series of integral pan/tilt/zoom/cameras. These systems contain a logging printer output port, so an inexpensive RS-232 serial printer or some other form of logging software can be used to capture log data.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 15 System Components LTC 8601 Series Systems • LTC 8601 Series Main CPU Bay A modular equipment bay which contains the system's microprocessor module (LTC 8610/01), the power supply module (LTC 8805 Series), and several video input and video output modules (see below).
16 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series • LTC 8801 Main Bay: Up to eight (8) video input modules; 32 inputs per module. Up to eight (8) video output modules; four (4) outputs per module. Subtotal: 256 inputs and 32 outputs on main bay.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 17 System Accessory Components The Allegiant Series accessory products provide many optional features to the base system. A brief description of accessory products is provided below. Complete specification information can be found in respective product data sheets. Applica- ble accessories are designed to be compatible throughout the Allegiant Series.
18 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series LTC 8555 Series Keyboards The LTC 8555 Series keyboards are compact, full function keyboards for use with Allegiant Series matrix switchers. LED readouts display real time system status information. Includes variable speed joystick and zoom lens controls for operating fixed or variable speed pan/tilt/zoom equipped cameras.
(2) LTC 8540/00 units can be connected to a LTC 8713 Series unit provid- ing up to 128 alarm inputs. In LTC 8600 systems, up to eight (8) LTC 8540 Series units can be connected to three (3) LTC 8713 Series unit providing up to 512 alarm inputs.
20 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 7.15 LTC 8780 Series Data Converter Units The LTC 8780 Series are accessory units that convert the Allegiant system's biphase control code into RS-232, or converts RS-232 back to biphase code. This provides the capability of transmitting the control code over conventional RS-232 transmis- sion mediums such as phone modems, fiber optics, microwaves, etc.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 21 7.19 LTC 8782 Series Code Translator Units The LTC 8782 Series code translators are accessory units that convert biphase code to other manufacturers’ control codes, or convert other manufacturers’ codes to ®...
7.23.2 Virtual Allegiant Satellite Application Software The Virtual Allegiant Satellite Application (VASA) is Bosch's strategic product that allows existing Allegiant customers to transition gradually to pure IP technologies rather than a total and instantaneous replacement.
16-channels of video signals from digital video recorders such as the Divar, Dibos, and DesaXL, or other BNC equipped devices to the ribbon cable con- nectors located on the rear panels of the LTC 8600 and LTC 8800 Series bays. 7.26 Logging Printer An optional RS-232 serial printer may be connected to these systems to provide a permanent record of significant system status changes.
16 Monitor Outputs Maximum of 16 Allegiant Keyboards, up to 1.5 km (5000 ft) away using Optional Remote Hookup Kit Figure 1: LTC 8600 Series Basic Video Switching Configuration Bosch Security Systems, Inc. Instruction Manual F.01U.127.393 | 2.0 | 2009.03...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 25 LTC 8800 Series Single Bay System (256 by 32 Configuration) Supports up to 64 Video Inputs Main CPU Bay Supports up to 32 Monitor Out- puts Maximum of 32 Allegiant Keyboards, up to 1.5 km (5000 ft)
26 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series LTC 8800 Series Dual Bay System (256 by 64 Configuration) Supports up to 256 Video Inputs Coax Ribbon Jumper Cables Supplied Control Data Monitor Expansion Main CPU Bay Supports up to 64 Monitor Outputs Maximum of 32 Allegiant Keyboards, up to 1.5 km...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 27 LTC 8800 Series Full Capacity Configuration Up to 1.5 km Up to 64 Alarm (5000 ft) using Typical AutoDome Camera Inputs to each 18 g Shielded LTC 8540 8 Pairs Twisted Pair...
LTC 8801 Series Main CPU bay to facilitate cable interconnections. Install the LTC 8600 Series, the LTC 8800 Series, and the LTC 8802 Series Moni- tor Expansion bays so that there is at least 9 cm (3.5 in.) of clearance above and below the bay.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 29 being used, the modules should be inserted in a left-to-right manner so that the lower camera numbers are used first. Figure 5: Typical Video Input Module Insertion The VIMs are identical and are interchangeable within the designated VIM slots without having to make any changes to the module.
#1 on the rear of the main CPU bay. Use only those inputs that correspond to an installed VIM. Special instructions concerning the LTC 8600 Series or the LTC 8800 Series systems, termination, and expansion bays are given in the sections below. Also connect desired monitors to the rear of the main CPU bay, ensuring to connect at least one monitor to video out- put #1.
(e.g., “VIDEO 97-112”) needs to be connected. The LTC 8600 Series system is supplied with one LTC 8808/00 (patch panel plus two (2) TC8809 ribbon cables). This should be installed on the rear of the racking equipment to permit immediate or future connections of camera inputs 97 through 128.
8.6.1 LTC 8600 Series or LTC 8800 Series Video Input Terminations Each VIM card for an LTC 8600 Series or an LTC 8800 Series system has DIP switches for selecting the termination of each individual video line. To terminate an input line, make sure that the appropriate DIP switch on the VIM card is ON.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 33 8.6.3 LTC 8802 Series Monitor Expansion Bay Data Connections The LTC 8802 Series Monitor Expansion Bay is supplied with a 1 m (3 ft) data com- munication interconnect cable. Install this cable between the Comm1 port on the LTC 8801 Series Main CPU bay, and the Comm1 port on the LTC 8802 Series Moni- tor Expansion Bay.
34 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Optional Accessories Installation General Accessory Installation There are many accessory products available for the Allegiant Series, including key- boards, alarm interface units, control code signal distribution units, etc. If applica- ble, these products can be installed at the same time as the main CPU bay installation, or postponed until later.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 35 If using an Allegiant software package, attach the PC security key provided with the software to an available port on the computer. The supplied interconnect cable utilizes a custom pinout. If it ever becomes necessary to replace the cable, it can be ordered separately using part number: LTC 8506/00.
36 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 10 Satellite Configuration Installations Due to the many variations possible, only general guidelines can be covered for installing satellite systems. Refer to the Appendix Section of this manual, the LTC 8850/00 GUI Software manual, or the LTC 8059/00 MCS package manual for additional configuration and programming information on satellite systems.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 37 10.2 Main Site “Trunk Line” Video Inputs At the main site, video trunk line connections coming from each of the remote site(s) should be connected (and properly terminated) using an available video input at the main bay.
LTC 8100 Series, 17+ on LTC 8200 Series, 33+ on LTC 8300 Series, 65+ on LTC 8500, 129+ on LTC 8600, 257+ on LTC 8800 Series, 4097+ on LTC 8900 Series). Enter the desired camera number, (the satellite bay that it is actually connected to), and select if either a local title will be used, or if the remotely generated title will be used.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 39 Figure 12: Main Site Sample Program Showing Local Cameras, Trunk Lines and Remote Cam- eras NOTE Either a local camera, or a remote camera programmed with a local title, will need to be selected to view certain on-screen prompts or data during programming of the main site via a system keyboard.
40 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 10.6 Special Programming for “Cascaded” Satellite System Configurations In a 3-tier cascaded satellite system, it is highly recommended for the system design to have more trunks lines between the intermediate master/satellite system and the 3rd level satellite system than there are between the top level master system and the intermediate system.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 41 10.7 Alarm Inputs in Satellite Systems Any alarm inputs to the main site, which have been programmed to activate cameras located at satellites, will operate normally except when limited by the number of trunk lines available.
42 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 11 Feature Selection Certain user-selectable features can provide enhanced Allegiant system operation capabilities. Any desired changes can be made now or delayed until specific system requirements become more apparent. Refer to the Factory Default Settings Section for a full description of these features and selection instructions.
The PHASE ADJUST has a range of about 130 degrees. Reattach the front panel(s) to the bay(s). Figure 14: LTC 8600 Series Rear Panel F.01U.127.393 | 2.0 | 2009.03 Instruction Manual Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
44 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Figure 15: LTC 8808/00 Video Interconnect Panel C ONS OL E A L A R M P R INT E R S D A C OMM P OR T 2 Figure 16: LTC 8801 Series Main CPU Bay Rear Panel...
The Allegiant Series systems feature an integral text overlay with two or three rows of 24 characters each. There are over 2000 different characters that can be dis- played. See Chapter 20, “Character ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800,” on page 86 NOTE If no video signal is present, a new line will appear stating: VIDEO NOT PRESENT.
46 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 13.2 Monitor Title/System Status Display The monitor title/system status display area is a 12-column display to the right of the camera number. It is unique on each of the monitors. It has different uses, some of which may be selected by the user at a keyboard location.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 47 Location 6 is also used to indicate the sequencing direction when alarms occur. One of four of the following character combinations will be displayed: indicates the alarms are sequencing in a forward direction.
48 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 13.2.10 Location 12 - Sequence Status Indication This location indicates the status of the sequence “active” in the monitor. There are four possible character combinations: indicates the current sequence is sequencing in a forward direction.
(40 characters total) or a 12-character monitor title. There are over 4000 different characters that can be displayed. See Chapter 20, “Charac- ter ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800,” on page 86. 13.8 Video Loss Detection The Allegiant system is capable of detecting loss of video.
50 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 14 Factory Default Settings As the Allegiant system is shipped from the factory, certain features are placed in a default configuration. The installer can select some of these features at the time of system installation/configuration.
This option switch is provided to support backward compatibility with the older style keyboards. When this switch is set to OFF, the CPU in an LTC 8600 Series system communi- cates with the system keyboards using a “four poll byte” protocol when this switch is OFF.
52 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series For reference, the following table lists the Allegiant Series keyboard models and the protocol supported by each: Keyboard model Supported protocols TC8550KB 4 poll byte TC8550KB-8 8 poll byte TC8550 4 or 8 poll byte...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 53 • Switch 6 of S2 This switch is currently not used and should be left OFF. • Switch 7 of S2 This switch controls the system keyboard polling mode. When switch 7 is ON (factory default), the CPU communicates with all system keyboards via a “6 poll...
54 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 14.2 User Selectable DIP Switch Settings for LTC 8816/00 Data Receiver Modules used in LTC 8802 Series Monitor Expansion Bays NOTE After changing any of the following switches, the system must be powered off and on using the LTC 8802 Series monitor expansion main power switch.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 55 14.2.2 Middle Data Receiver DIP Switch S2 The lower DIP switch provides certain user-selectable options. These options are as follows: DIP Switch Number Factory Default Setting S2 DIP Switch Function Reserved...
56 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 15 User Information 15.1 User Priority Levels There are eight (8) levels of user priority in the Allegiant system. Each of the 32 users in the Allegiant system has a default priority level assignment. These user lev- els determine access to various system functions and provide a means to prioritize user control of monitors and pan/tilt/zoom equipped camera sites.
User Functions. Although the table indicates 32 possible users, only 16 key- boards are supported in LTC 8600 Series systems. 15.2 User Priority Access Table The following table shows system function access as it applies to the eight (8) levels of users.
58 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 16 Alarm Information 16.1 General The ability to automatically switch video in response to an external signal (usually a contact closure) is a necessary feature in any video switching system. The Allegiant system permits users with Priority Level 1 to select any 1 of 3 predefined alarm response modes (via keyboard User Function 19).
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 59 16.5 Alarm Activated Pre-position Alarm activated pre-position capability exists in each of the three (3) alarm response modes. This enables a pan/tilt/zoom equipped camera to automatically position itself to a preprogrammed scene as a result of an alarm signal. When using conventional pan/tilt equipped devices and zoom lenses, they must have the neces- sary options for pre-position control.
60 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Sequence & Display Mode In the Sequence & Display mode alarm response mode, a monitor pair is used to display alarmed video. Display Sequence Monitor Actions Keyboard Monitor Monitor Operator Action...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 61 16.7 Alarm Relay Response Allegiant alarm responses include the ability to trigger isolated alarm relay outputs from an LTC 8540/00 Alarm Interface unit. An alarm output is typically used to acti- vate the alarm input of a security Digital Video Recorder (DVR) or other alerting device.
62 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 17 Keyboard Operation 17.1 General Primary operation of an Allegiant switcher is controlled via the system keyboard. The two types of keyboards currently available are: • Conventional LTC 8555 Series (incorporates LEDs and pushbuttons).
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 63 17.2.2 Keyboard Log-off Procedure If the log-in feature has not been enabled, this action is not applicable. If the feature has been enabled, press: User Log-off [User, then OFF]. Any priority based remote control or monitor locks made by the user will automati- cally be released at time of log-off.
64 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 17.4.3 Lock or Unlock Control of a Monitor When using IntuiKey keyboards, press [Device Lockout], located on the main • Allegiant menu screen for these options. With LTC 8555 Series keyboards, press [Monitor], [Lock], then [ON] to lock a mon- •...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 65 With the AutoDome Series of cameras, auxiliary commands are used to activate/ deactivate certain operational features/functions. Refer to the AutoDome camera manual for complete information on features supported by the model.
66 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 17.5.2 Arm/Disarm All Alarms Press [Alarm Control], located on the main Allegiant menu screen to enter the menu screen containing these options. When using the IntuiKey keyboard: To arm all alarms currently controlled on the monitor, press [Arm All Alarms].
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 67 17.6.2 Run a Sequence To run a sequence currently loaded on a monitor, press Start Sequence [Run]. If the sequence is stopped, the command starts sequencing. Direction of the sequencing is indicated in the monitor status display (if enabled), by a directional arrow and the letter R to the right of the sequence number.
68 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 17.7 Sequence Programming 17.7.1 Programming a Simple Camera Sequence The Allegiant system has powerful sequencing capabilities. Using a system key- board, it is possible to enter sequences to run on a single or on multiple monitors.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 69 mode, press Exit/Save [Prog]. Press Exit/Run [Run], to exit the programming mode, store the sequence into memory, and start the sequence running. The switcher steps through the five (5) steps in the order shown, and repeats the sequence when it reaches the last step.
70 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 17.7.2 Programming a SalvoSwitching Camera Sequence A SalvoSwitching sequence can be used to switch a group of monitors simultane- ously as a synchronized group. To program a Salvo sequence, enter the program- ming mode as described above for a simple camera sequence.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 71 18 Keyboard User Functions 18.1 General Information User functions are keyboard operations which are used infrequently, but provide important system options. NOTE: Certain functions are restricted to certain user priority levels. Additional information on user priority levels can be found in the See Chapter 15, “User Infor-...
72 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series These functions are listed in the table shown below. Joystick Joystick Pass- Up/Down Left/Right Function Description word Re. Access Level Local keyboard test Show keyboard port number Select keyboard beeper ON/OFF...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 73 User Function 1 - Local Keyboard Test User Function 1 can be used as a local test to ensure that all the keyboard LEDs and switches are working. This function automatically calibrates the center position of the analog joystick on LTC 8555 keyboards.
74 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series User Function 2 - Show Keyboard Port Number User Function 2 may be used to identify which port a keyboard is plugged into. After entering User Function 2, read the keyboard port number from the monitor display on the keyboard.
If desired, this message can be used to identify the particular scene being viewed. See Chapter 20, “Character ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800,” on page 86 for the various characters available. After entering the mode, users with priority level 1 can use the joystick to move right or left to select the character to be changed.
See Chapter 20, “Character ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800,” on page 86 for the available characters. After entering the mode, the joystick is moved right or left to select the character to be changed.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 77 User Function 20 - Select Printer Verbosity Use this function to select between print modes; Limited Printing and Full Printing. This selection determines the amount of information printed during alarm process- ing.
78 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series User Function 26 - Set Display Option On All Monitors This function is similar to User Function 6, except it selects the monitor display option of all monitors in the system. The User Function 26 mode allows removal of the time and date, the left side of the display, or to remove the entire display from the system monitors.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 79 User Function 31 - Set Printer RS-232 Parameters This function is used to set the RS-232 baud rate and handshake options for the sys- tem's printer port. Upon entry to the mode, the current settings are displayed. Move the joystick up/down to select the baud rate, and left/right to select the handshake option.
80 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series User Function 38 - Printer Port Mode This function allows configuration of the system's PRINTER port for use with a LTC 8712 Series Console Port Expander accessory device. Move the joystick up or down to select the printer port function;...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 81 diately be overridden by operators at the satellite location having any priority level. This situation is more likely to be encountered in 3-tier satellite systems that do not have a good distribution of trunk lines (i.e., more between the top level system and the intermediate level system than there are between the inter- mediate system and the 3rd tier satellite).
82 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Some minor disturbance of the video images may be visible for 1 or 2 seconds while the cameras are being adjusted. If no changes are noticed, check to make sure that you have compatible devices in your system.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 83 19 Maintenance Information The Allegiant system has been designed to perform for long periods of time with lit- tle or no maintenance. Occasionally the need will arise to clean the keyboard, or replace a fuse.
84 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 19.3 AC Line Fuse Replacement The AC line fuse on Allegiant power supply models is found on the rear of the equip- ment bay near the line cord connector. Power supply models for 220-240 VAC input version may contain a circuit breaker equipped power switch which can be reset directly from the front.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 85 which is frequently changing, including time/date and system crosspoint data (i.e., which camera is currently being displayed on which monitor). More vital system data such as camera titles, alarm settings, user information and passwords, etc. is stored in non-volatile memory that is not affected by the condition of the batteries or the main AC power.
86 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 20 Character ROM Tables for LTC 8600 and LTC 8800 The characters used in generating the video monitor displays are shown in the table on the following pages. Note that in some cases, a single character may be com- prised of two (2) parts.
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LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 99 21 ERROR MESSAGES • Error 01 - Invalid camera request The camera number entered from the keyboard does not exist. If using the optional LTC 8850 GUI Software or the optional LTC 8059 MCS, make sure the number exists in the Camera Identification Table.
100 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series • Error 25 - Alarm switcher running Alarm video may only be acknowledged if the alarm switcher is not running; press [HOLD] to stop the switcher. • Error 50 - SEQUENCE not available The user tried to load a switcher sequence that does not exist.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 101 • Error 80 - Trunk not available An attempt was made to access a remote camera connected to a satellite sys- tem, but no unused trunk lines are currently available. Depending on system...
102 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 22 Troubleshooting Guide The Allegiant system has been designed to perform reliably for long periods of time. All circuitry consists of state-of-the-art components designed around a modular concept. The modular concept allows quick location and replacement of suspect circuits.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 103 22.2 Keyboard Checkout No keyboard display indicators: Check interconnect cable for cut or broken wires between keyboard and main CPU bay. Replace cable if necessary. Relo- cate keyboard connector on main CPU bay to another keyboard input port.
104 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series 22.4 Remote Receiver/Driver Functions Inoperative All receiver/drivers and functions inoperative: Verify power LED indicator on Signal Distribution Unit is lit. If not, check fuses on front of main CPU bay power supply.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 105 23 GLOSSARY OF TERMS Auxiliary An auxiliary is an additional function of the remote receiver/driver which permits on/off control of outputs available to the user. In the Allegiant system, there are four relay outputs available which can be configured for contact closures, 24 VAC output, or LINE voltage output.
106 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Sequence A series of camera scenes that can be preprogrammed to automatically switch. The Allegiant system can store up to 60 separate sequences, with each one capable of having a random camera order, individual camera dwell times, and SalvoSwitching steps.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 107 Appendix A Satellite Systems A satellite system configuration is usually used for a medium to large distributed system, or to obtain extremely large matrix sizes configured more conventionally. Typically, a single Main control site can be used to view/control cameras located both locally and at various remote satellite sites.
108 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Allegiant Master Allegiant Allegiant Satellite Satellite Satellite can view/ control only local Allegiant Allegiant cameras Satellite Satellite Typical Master/Multiple Satellite Configuration Both Masters Allegiant Allegiant can view/ Master Master control all...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 109 LTC 8569 Series Code Merger must be installed at the satellite site. The Code Merger combines code generated by the main site and the satellite site, so both sites have control over pan/tilt/zoom-equipped cameras located at the satellite site.
Up to two (2) LTC 8540/00 alarm interfaces with a LTC 8713 alarm port expander can be used in a LTC 8600 system. One LTC 8540/00 can be used in LTC 8500 systems. Since the LTC 8100, LTC 8200, and LTC 8300 Series contain an inte- gral alarm interface, the remote alarm interface application does not apply.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 111 Conceptual Diagram of Allegiant Satellite Switching System Alarm Interface Unit Typical ‘Main’ Allegiant Control Site Typical System Monitors (Local and/or Remote Video) Typical Fixed Cameras Video Typical Alarm Input Con- Video...
112 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Conceptual Diagram of Dual Master Allegiant Satellite System Typical Allegiant ‘Master’ System Typical System Monitors (Local and/or Video Remote Video) Video Typical Fixed Cameras Video Typical IntuiKey Keyboard Typical Biphase Data Lines to all...
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 113 Conceptual Diagram of Cascaded Allegiant Satellite System Typical Allegiant ‘Primary’ Master Site 1 Typical System Monitors (Video from all Sites) Typical P/T/Z Camera Video Typical Biphase Data Line to Biphase all Local...
114 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Appendix B Installation Checklists A simplified guide for those who are already familiar with installing and program- ming Allegiant systems. MAIN BAY HARDWARE INSTALLATION Unpack equipment and verify that items have been received without carrier damage.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 115 Appendix C Quick Reference Cable Interconnections Main Bay Video COAX-All video input and output connections to the Allegiant system should be made using a good grade of RG59U, RG6, or RG11U coaxial cable using BNC con- nectors.
116 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series C.4 Signal Distribution Unit CONNECTION TO MAIN BAY The Distribution unit is supplied with a 3 m long (10 ft) multiconductor cable with 9-pin D-type connectors. Power to the unit is provided by the Allegiant's main bay using the supplied cable.
LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series en | 117 Appendix D Main Bay Rear Panel Connector Pin-outs Console Port RS-232 Pin-outs Pin # Designation CHASSIS GND NO CONNECTION DATA GND NO CONNECTION NO CONNECTION Alarm Port RS-232 Pin-outs Pin #...
118 | en LTC 8600 | LTC 8800 Series Code Port Pin-outs Pin # Designation +DATA -DATA NO CONNECTION NO CONNECTION 12 VAC 12 VAC COMM PORT 1 And COMM PORT 2 (Not Applicable To All Systems) Pin # Designation...
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