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HD6 Series
PTZ Camera in a Dome

User Manual

900.0679 June 2006 Rev. 1.02

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    HD6 Series PTZ Camera in a Dome User Manual 900.0679 June 2006 Rev. 1.02...
  • Page 2 ISSUE DATE REVISIONS 1.00 November 2005 Initial Release 1.01 December 2005 Add CE Declaration of Conformity Remove references to camera manufacturer; removed 1.02 June 2006 Manchester interface option; removed references to Burle, removed references to UltraDome; changed CAT5 to UTP Rev.
  • Page 3: Fcc Compliance Statement

    COMPLYING WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS AND STATUTES CONCERNING THE MONITORING AND RECORDING OF VIDEO AND AUDIO SIGNALS. HONEYWELL VIDEO SYSTEMS SHALL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN VIOLATION OF CURRENT LAWS AND STATUTES.
  • Page 4 Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 5: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS READ INSTRUCTIONS – All safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNINGS – All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS –...
  • Page 6 OVERLOADING – Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. POWER-CORD PROTECTION – Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the monitor.
  • Page 7: Explanation Of Graphical Symbols

    EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
  • Page 8: Important Notice

    All companies make changes and improvements in their products. Because this product can be set up to interface with equipment other than Honeywell branded products, there is a possibility that the interface protocols may have changed since this product was tested with the interfacing equipment.
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION ........................1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ......................1 EQUIPMENT HANDLING ......................2 1.2.1 Domes..........................2 1.2.2 HD6 Assembly ......................... 2 1.2.3 Camera Lens ........................2 MODELS ............................3 SECTION 2: HD6 SCAN INSTALLATION....................5 OVERVIEW............................ 5 RECEIVER BOARD SETTINGS.....................
  • Page 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED 5.2.6 Change Camera Name Location ................... 28 5.2.7 Change Sector Name Location ..................28 5.2.8 Crosshairs........................29 CONTROL OPTIONS ........................29 5.3.1 PASS..........................29 5.3.2 Auto-Pivot........................29 5.3.3 Program Alarms......................30 5.3.4 Pan and Tilt Options ...................... 32 5.3.5 Default Function......................
  • Page 11 FUNCTION PROGRAMMING...................... 67 5.9.1 PTZ Tour ........................67 5.9.2 VectorScan ........................69 SECTION 6: OPERATION USING STANDARD HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL ...... 71 INTRODUCTION ......................... 71 RESET HD6..........................71 CONTROLLING SCAN ASSEMBLIES..................71 FREEZE AND UNFREEZE VIDEO ....................73 FLASHBACK OPERATION......................73 PRESHOTS ..........................
  • Page 12 Changing the Privacy Zone Password ................93 PROGRAMMING PTZ TOURS ....................94 PTZ TOUR OPERATION ......................94 SECTION 8: OPERATION USING HONEYWELL MAXPRO MODE, HONEYWELL VCL, PELCO P CODE, OR PELCO D CODE SYSTEM ................95 INTRODUCTION ......................... 95 RESET HD6..........................95 CONTROLLING SCAN ASSEMBLIES..................
  • Page 13 TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED 10.7 VECTORSCAN (VIDEO TOUR)....................106 10.7.1 List Programmed VectorScans..................106 10.7.2 List Contents of a VectorScan ..................106 10.7.3 Run VectorScan......................106 10.7.4 Run VectorScan Continuously..................107 10.7.5 Stop VectorScan......................107 SECTION 11: PROGRAMMING USING AMERICAN DYNAMICS CONTROL SYSTEM ....109 11.1 INTRODUCTION ........................
  • Page 14 Table 3: HD6 SETUP TREE, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA....22 Table 4: HD6 SETUP TREE, 23X COLOR AND 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERA........23 Table 5: Preprogrammed Preshots (Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code, and Pelco D Code Control Systems)..................98 Table 6: Preprogrammed Preshots (American Dynamics Control Systems)........105...
  • Page 15: Section 1: Introduction

    An HD6 is a pan and tilt mechanism containing a camera and lens that is controlled remotely by an operator using a Honeywell series, Honeywell Maxpro mode, American Dynamics, or Pelco (P and D Code only) control system. The HD6 is enclosed in a housing.
  • Page 16: Equipment Handling

    EQUIPMENT HANDLING 1.2.1 Domes It is extremely important to treat the surface of all domes (smoked and clear) with the same care as you would a fine camera lens. • Always handle the dome from its outside surface. • Refer to Section 13 - Maintenance for dome cleaning procedures.
  • Page 17: Models

    MODELS Indoor 18x High Res Color Camera Camera Type: 18x True Day/Night Camera 23x Wide Dynamic Range True Day/Night Camerai 23x Color Camera 25x True Day Night Camera Drop/Hard Ceiling Housing Type: Pendant Rugged Smoked Lower Dome, BL Trim* Lower Dome Smoked Lower Dome, WHT Trim* and Trim Clear Lower Dome, BLK Trim*...
  • Page 18 Notes: Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 19: Section 2: Hd6 Scan Installation

    SECTION 2: HD6 SCAN INSTALLATION OVERVIEW The instructions and detailed information for installing and operating the HD6 are contained in several sections. Instructions in this manual assume that the housing installation is complete. The following list is an overview of the installation steps, along with references to more specific details.
  • Page 20: Receiver Board Settings

    RECEIVER BOARD SETTINGS Switch S4 Jumpers W1-W4 1. Set the jumpers and switches as required on the HD6 receiver board. Refer to Section 2.2.1 Section 2.2.2for switch settings. Refer to Section 2.2.3 for addressing. Figure 1: Receiver Board, Part Number 519541-1020 Rev.
  • Page 21: Defining Protocol (switches 1-4)

    Set the HD6 to Honeywell Maxpro Mode protocol. Translator, Model SCT-1036 HD6 with the Digital Interface Set the HD6 protocol to Honeywell VCL if using with Honeywell’s DVM Digital Video Manager. Set the HD6 to standard (Honeywell Diamond) protocol when controlling the dome with a web browser.
  • Page 22: Setting Baud Rate And Parity

    8 data bits 19.2K Baud Even Parity 8 data bits NOTE: Settings for the protocols are as follows: Protocol Baud Parity Honeywell Diamond, 9600 baud Even Parity Honeywell Maxpro Mode, and AD Honeywell VCL 9600 baud No Parity MUX-100 19.2k baud...
  • Page 23: Addressing

    Note: If you are using the HD6 with control equipment other than Honeywell controllers, please consult the instruction manuals provided with your control equipment for addressing the dome.
  • Page 24: Table 1: Modulo 256 Addressing

    RECEIVER BOARD SETTINGS, continued Table 1: Modulo 256 Addressing Camera Number Camera Number* Set using Switches for Control Purposes (Video Display) HEGS5000 Controller 1-256 1-256 990 - 999 (reserved) 222-231 *NOTES: • The camera number transmitted in the protocol for control purposes must be one less than the number shown in column two above.
  • Page 25: Video Board

    VIDEO BOARD Jumper W8 on the video board enables or disables the 12V auxiliary power provided to the Interface Board installed in the housing. 12V power is required if the Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) option is installed in the housing. Set jumper W8 on the video board, part number 519539-1020 (NTSC) or 519539-2020 (PAL), as shown in Figure For the UTP option, the housing must have the UTP interface board, part number...
  • Page 26: Scan Installation

    SCAN INSTALLATION Ensure that the latches on the HD6 are in the locked position. See Figure 3, Detail A. Hold the HD6 scan by the liner mounting bracket, the liner itself, or the latches. DO NOT HOLD THE HD6 SCAN BY THE CAMERA. Locate the yellow sticker with a black dot in the center on one of the latches on the scan.
  • Page 27: Figure 3: Installation, Lower Dome With Safety Lanyard Installed At Factory On Housing

    SCAN INSTALLATION, CONTINUED HOUSING SCAN ALIGNMENT DRYWALL STUDS CEILING LOOK FOR YELLOW STICKER WITH BLACK DOT IN CENTER (ALIGN WITH SAME STICKER ON HD6 SCAN LATCH) LOWER DOME ATTACH LANYARD TO LOWER DOME MOUNTING POSTS (3 PLACES) DETAIL A LOCKED RELEASED POSITION POSITION...
  • Page 28: Liner Installation

    LINER INSTALLATION The liner installed on the HD6 scan can be removed if it is not required for your application. 1/4-Turn Liner Latch Mounting Bracket "U-Bend" Liner Figure 4. Liner Installation To remove the liner: 1. Turn the ¼-turn latches counterclockwise to release the liner. 2.
  • Page 29: Section 3: Hd6 Lower Dome

    SECTION 3: HD6 LOWER DOME LOWER DOME INSTALLATION 1. Remove the lens cap from the camera lens. 2. Install the lower dome. Follow instructions shown for the specific type of mount. CAUTION: Always handle the lower dome by the flange around the dome.
  • Page 30: Indoor Dome With Safety Lanyard Installed On Lower Dome At Factory

    LOWER DOME INSTALLATION, CONTINUED 3.1.2 Indoor Dome with Safety Lanyard Installed on Lower Dome at Factory 1. Locate the safety lanyard on the lower dome. 2. Slide the ball on the lanyard into the clip on the housing as shown in the illustration. 3.
  • Page 31: Rugged Dome

    LOWER DOME INSTALLATION, CONTINUED 3.1.3 Rugged Dome 1. Insert the three posts on the lower dome in the three holes on the housing. 2. Push the lower dome up until it is snug against the housing. 3. Insert the key in the lock on the lower dome. 4.
  • Page 32 Notes: Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 33: Section 4: Navigating Menus

    • When using a Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P, or Pelco D controller send the scan to PreShot 90. When using an American Dynamics controller, send the scan to PreShot 61. To select a menu option when using these controllers, use the tilt up and down function on the controller to move the cursor to the desired number beside the option, then press Iris Open.
  • Page 34: Menu Structure

    INTRODUCTION, CONTINUED • When using a HEGSA002 Ultrakey (with default menu programming): 1. Press the MENU soft key (on left side of screen). 2. Press the Dome Setup soft key on the screen. 3. Press the ENT (hard) key. To access menu options, use the numeric hard or soft keys on the controller. The Esc soft key sends an ESC command and exits the HD6 menu.
  • Page 35: Table 2: Hd6 Setup Tree, 18x Color And 18x True Day/night Camera

    MENU STRUCTURE, CONTINUED Table 2: HD6 SETUP TREE, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERAS Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 36: Table 3: Hd6 Setup Tree, 23x Wide Dynamic Range And True/day Night Camera

    MENU STRUCTURE, CONTINUED Table 3: HD6 SETUP TREE, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 37: Table 4: Hd6 Setup Tree, 23x Color And 25x True Day/night Camera

    MENU STRUCTURE, CONTINUED Table 4: HD6 SETUP TREE, 23X COLOR AND 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERAS Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 38 Notes: Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 39: Section 5: Setup

    Honeywell Diamond protocol. • Refer to Section 8 (operation) and Section 9 (programming) when using Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code or Pelco D Code control systems. • Refer to Section 10 (operation) and Section 11 (programming) when using an American Dynamics control system.
  • Page 40: Language

    MAIN MENU, CONTINUED If the scan is programmed to Find Home on startup, the scan finds home after the 15- second countdown. If the scan is not programmed to Find Home on startup, the first time a scan receives control data with its address, the scan finds home then performs the command.
  • Page 41: Display Options

    DISPLAY OPTIONS The camera message, digital zoom setting, PreShot title, and Sector ID title displays can be enabled or disabled for each unit. The position of the camera ID display and the Sector ID display is set using the Display Options menu. The current digital zoom setting is displayed on the same line as the camera ID on the right side of the monitor.
  • Page 42: Startup Screen Message

    OFF. 9600 baud even parity – 8 bits Camera FCB-EX48B If the startup screen display is ON, Honeywell Video Solutions it displays the standard screen. 519543-1980 Please wait...15 If the startup screen is OFF, an alternate screen is displayed upon power up.
  • Page 43: Crosshairs

    DISPLAY OPTIONS, CONTINUED 5.2.8 Crosshairs From the DISPLAY OPTIONS menu, select 8 to display crosshairs on the display. This is useful when using Pan Offset. ---- UltraDome ---- Select 3 from the MAIN MENU to set control 519543-1980 options. Control of a Scan assembly includes pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris.
  • Page 44: Program Alarms

    CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED To perform this function: 1. Position the camera lens so it is not vertical. 2. Using the controller, tilt the camera down until the camera lens is vertical (pointing at the floor) and continue tilting down with the controller. 3.
  • Page 45 CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED c. Enter a number in the NUM field using the numeric keypad to enter the function # (P=0-98, V= 0-9, and T=1-3). d. Press Enter (F5) when finished programming alarms. See table below for field entry. Field Usage FUN (function) Enter function to perform.
  • Page 46: Pan And Tilt Options

    CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED Then: More than one alarm The scan performs the action for the first alarm and adds the occurs other alarm numbers to the video in numerical order. When the first alarm is acknowledged, the scan performs the action for the next alarm with the lowest number.
  • Page 47 CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED 3. Tilt Reverse – Select 3 to turn Tilt Reverse ON or OFF. Then: Pan reverse is set to ON A left pan command causes the scan to pan right. A right pan command causes the scan to pan left. Tilt reverse is set to ON A tilt up command causes the scan to tilt down.
  • Page 48 CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED 6. Pan Offset – Select 6 to access the Pan Offset menu. PAN AND TILT OPTIONS 1 Manual Speed deg/s ...... 400 2 Pan Reverse........Off 3 Tilt Reverse ........Off 4 +2 Deg Tilt Limit......Off 5 Find Home on Startup.....
  • Page 49: Default Function

    CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED 5.3.5 Default Function Select 5 to set the default function. The Default Function can be enabled or disabled. To set the Default Function, enter values and select Enter (F5 on the HJZTP controller) when done. CONTROL OPTIONS DEFAULT FUNCTION SETUP 1 PASS ..........ON 2 Auto-Pivot ........ON...
  • Page 50: Auto Focus

    CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED To enter a P, V, or T in the FUN field or a Yes (Y) or No (N) in the ENA field when using an HJZTP Controller, a. Position the cursor on the FUN or ENA field. Use the F1 ( ) F2 ( ), F3 ( ) or F4 ( ) keys to move the cursor between fields.
  • Page 51: Diagnostic Options

    CONTROL OPTIONS, CONTINUED Then: VectorScan auto focus is ON The lens auto focuses when going to a PreShot while running a VectorScan. VectorScan auto focus is OFF The lens goes directly to the focus position stored for each PreShot while running a VectorScan.
  • Page 52: Error Table

    DIAGNOSTIC OPTIONS, CONTINUED 5.4.2 Error Table The error table lists the 64 bytes (two digit hexadecimal number) that have been entered DIAGNOSTIC OPTIONS into the error table. Some errors are 1 Coordinates........OFF represented by single bytes (2 digits) and 2 Error Table........
  • Page 53: Display Error Table Codes

    DIAGNOSTIC OPTIONS, CONTINUED 5.4.5 Display Error Table Codes Select 5 to display a list of the error and Error and Event Codes: event table codes. When using the HJZTP 00 – Corrupted memory controller, use the F1 ( ), F2 ( ), F3 ( ), 01 –...
  • Page 54: Restore Default Settings

    DIAGNOSTIC OPTIONS, CONTINUED 5.4.6 Restore Default Settings Select 6 to restore all default settings for displays, alarms, camera settings, and **** CAUTION**** diagnostic settings to the factory default THIS WILL RESTORE ALL USER DEFINED SETTINGS TO THEIR DEFAULT values. Select Y to restore all defaults or N to VALUES.
  • Page 55: Camera Options, 18x Color And 18x True/day Night Cameras

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS NOTE: The following setup menu is for the 18x and 18x True/Day Night cameras. If your unit has a 23x True/Day Night Camera, 23x Color Camera, or 25x True Day/Night Camera , refer to paragraphs 5.6, 5.7, or 5.8 for camera options.
  • Page 56: Exposure Control

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS, CONTINUED 5.5.2 Exposure Control Select 2 to setup the lens exposure control options. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 NightShot Control 4 White Balance 5 Still PreShot ........OFF 6 Vert Phase Edge ......
  • Page 57 CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS, CONTINUED 1. NightShot Mode – Select 1 to select between MANUAL and AUTO operation. NIGHTSHOT CONTROL OPTIONS 1 NightShot Mode......AUTO NightShot is only available in the 2 NightShot ........OFF 843216-1011 or 843216-1013 camera 3 Activate NightShot ....
  • Page 58: White Balance

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS, CONTINUED 5.5.4 White Balance Select 4 to set the white balance mode of operation. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 NightShot Control 4 White Balance 5 Still PreShot ........OFF 6 Vert Phase Edge......POS 7 Vert Phase 1-180 ......
  • Page 59 CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS, CONTINUED 3. Enter High Light – Select 3 to set the point at which the unit switches to high WHITE BALANCE CONTROL light level white balance mode. 1 High Light WB Mode ....AUTO Selecting 3 toggles between available 2 Low Light WB Mode ......
  • Page 60: Still Preshot

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 18X COLOR AND 18X TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERAS, CONTINUED 5.5.5 Still PreShot Select 5 to turn Still PreShot ON or OFF. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 NightShot Control 4 White Balance 5 Still PreShot........OFF 6 Vert Phase Edge ......
  • Page 61: Camera Options, 23x Wide Dynamic Range And True/day Night Camera

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA NOTE: The following setup menu is for the 23x Wide Dynamic Range and True Day/Night Camera. If your unit has an 18X camera, refer to paragraph 5.5 for camera options. If your unit has a 23x color camera, refer to paragraph 5.7.
  • Page 62 CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 1. Auto Exposure Mode EXPOSURE CONTROL Select 1 to change the Auto Exposure Mode. This setting applies when the 1 Auto AE Mode ........AE 2 Manual AE Mode......Iris controller and the camera lens are in auto iris mode.
  • Page 63: Video Setup

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 2. Manual AE Mode EXPOSURE CONTROL Select 2 to change the manual AE mode. 1 Auto AE Mode ........AE Pressing 2 toggles between the available 2 Manual AE Mode......Iris settings: Iris, Gain, or Shutter.
  • Page 64 CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 2. Select 2 to change the maximum AGC VIDEO SETUP Level. The default setting is 216. 1 Exposure Level........_91 2 Max. AGC Level 0-255....216 High level (255 = bright picture, noise 3 Chroma Level 0-255 .......
  • Page 65 CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 5. Select 5 to set the auto slow shutter VIDEO SETUP limit. Selecting 5 toggles between the 1 Exposure Level........_91 available settings. 2 Max. AGC Level 0-255 ....216 3 Chroma Level 0-255.......
  • Page 66: White Balance

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.6.4 White Balance Select 4 to set the camera White Balance. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Max Digital Zoom Mag..... 4X 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup 4 White Balance 5 Still PreShot........OFF 6 Vert Phase Edge ......
  • Page 67: Still Preshot

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 3. Select 3 to change the blue gain. The White Balance default setting is 128. Enter a number 1 Manual White Balance ....OFF between 0-511, the press Enter (F5 2 Red Gain..........128 on HJZTP controller).
  • Page 68: Vertical Phase

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND TRUE/DAY NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.6.6 Vertical Phase 1. Select 6 to select the vertical phase edge for line locking the camera. Selecting 6 CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus toggles between POS (positive), NEG 2 Exposure Control (negative), or NONE.
  • Page 69: Camera Options, 23x Color Camera

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X COLOR CAMERA NOTE: The following setup menu is for the GMC-655 Camera. If your unit has an 18x or 23x True Day/Night camera, refer to paragraph 5.5 or 5.6 for camera options. If your unit has a 25x True Day/Night camera, refer to paragraph 5.8 for camera options.
  • Page 70: Camera Options, 23x Color Camera, Continued

    2 Manual Backlight………….OFF 3 Backlight Level 0-80………32 Note: If the HD6 protocol is set for 4 Auto Exposure Level………50 Honeywell Maxpro mode and the backlight mode is set to Auto, PreShot ESC to Exit command 93 can be used to toggle backlight on or off.
  • Page 71: Video Setup

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X COLOR CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.7.3 Video Setup Select 3 to access the Video Setup menu. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup 4 White Balance 5 NA 6 Vert Phase Edge ......POS 7 Vert Phase 1-180 ......
  • Page 72: White Balance

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X COLOR CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.7.4 White Balance Select 4 to set the white balance mode of CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus operation. 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup 1. White Balance Mode – Select 1 to set 4 White Balance the white balance mode.
  • Page 73 CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X COLOR CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.7.4 White Balance, Continued ATW Red and Blue Point – The ATW Point allows the user to select a compensation value for both the red and blue gain when the white balance is set to Auto Mode.
  • Page 74: Vertical Phase

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 23X COLOR CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.7.5 Vertical Phase 1. Select 6 to select the vertical phase edge for line locking the camera. Selecting 6 CAMERA OPTIONS toggles between POS (positive), NEG 1 Zoom and Focus (negative), or NONE. If you select POS 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup or NEG, you can set the vertical phase...
  • Page 75: Camera Options, 25x True Day/night Camera

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERA NOTE: The following setup menu is for the 25 True Day/Night Camera. If your unit has an 18x or 23x Wide Dynamic Range and True Day/Night camera, refer to paragraph 5.5 or 5.6 for camera options. If your unit has a 23x color camera, refer to paragraph 5.7 for camera options.
  • Page 76: Exposure Control

    2 Manual Backlight………….OFF Note: If the HD6 protocol is set for 3 Backlight Level 0-80………32 Honeywell Maxpro mode and the backlight 4 Auto Exposure Level………50 mode is set to Auto, PreShot command 93 can be used to toggle backlight on or off.
  • Page 77: Video Setup

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT, CONTINUED 5.8.3 Video Setup Select 3 to access the Video Setup menu. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup 4 White Balance 5 Auto SlowShutter Lim….1/4 6 Vert Phase Edge ......POS 7 Vert Phase 1-180 ......
  • Page 78: White Balance

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT, CONTINUED 5.8.4 White Balance Select 4 to set the white balance mode of operation. CAMERA OPTIONS 1 Zoom and Focus 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup 4 White Balance 5 Auto SlowShutter Lim….1/4 6 Vert Phase Edge ......NA 7 Vert Phase 1-180......NA ESC to Exit 1.
  • Page 79: Auto Slow Shutter

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERA, CONTINUED 5.8.4 White Balance, Continued ATW Red and Blue Point – The ATW Point allows the user to select a compensation value for both the red and blue gain when the white balance is set to Auto Mode.
  • Page 80: Vertical Phase

    CAMERA OPTIONS, 25X TRUE DAY/NIGHT, CONTINUED 5.8.6 Vertical Phase 1. Select 6 to select the vertical phase edge for line locking the camera. Selecting 6 CAMERA OPTIONS toggles between POS (positive), NEG 1 Zoom and Focus (negative), or NONE. If you select POS 2 Exposure Control 3 Video Setup or NEG, you can set the vertical phase...
  • Page 81: Function Programming

    PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) tour. FUNCTION PROGRAMMING This menu option is a feature of the 1 PTZ Tour Honeywell Diamond protocol and is only 2 VectorScan displayed when standard, or MUX-100 protocol is selected on the DIP switch on the scan.
  • Page 82 FUNCTION PROGRAMMING, CONTINUED 1. Run a Tour – Select 1 to run a tour. PTZ Tours 1. Run a tour 2. Program a tour 3. Delete a Tour ESC to Exit Enter the tour number (1-3) and press PTZ Tours Enter (F5 on HJZTP controller).
  • Page 83: Vectorscan

    FUNCTION PROGRAMMING, CONTINUED 5.9.2 VectorScan FUNCTION PROGRAMMING This menu option is only displayed when Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, 1 PTZ Tour Pelco P, Pelco D, or American Dynamics 2 VectorScan protocol is selected on the DIP switch on the scan.
  • Page 84 FUNCTION PROGRAMMING, CONTINUED 3. Inserting PreShots: To insert a PreShot between PreShots, position the cursor on the second PreShot and press Focus Near to insert a line. 4. Deleting PreShots: To delete a PreShot, place the cursor on the PreShot line and press Focus Far.
  • Page 85: Section 6: Operation Using Standard Honeywell Diamond Protocol

    SECTION 6: OPERATION USING STANDARD HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL INTRODUCTION The availability of the features of the HD6 when set for standard Honeywell Diamond protocol is governed by the controller being used. NOTE: • Refer to Section 8 (operation) and Section 9...
  • Page 86 CONTROLLING SCAN ASSEMBLIES, CONTINUED The camera/lens package in the scan assembly provides automatic exposure control. The lens iris, camera video gain, and camera shutter speed adjust automatically to the brightness of the scene (unless manual exposure (iris) is selected at the controller). If the video scene is dark and auto exposure is enabled, the camera automatically goes into the slow shutter mode, which increases the light integration time and the sensitivity.
  • Page 87: Freeze And Unfreeze Video

    Fn, then press F3 ( ) or press auto 180 to operate the flashback function. When the HD6 is set for Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code, or Pelco D Code protocol, sending PreShot (View) command 96 invokes the flashback function.
  • Page 88: Preshots

    FLASHBACK OPERATION, CONTINUED The only exception is during a VectorScan operation, for example, if the Flashback function is invoked and the scan returns to scene A. After that, a VectorScan is started. During the VectorScan, the scan moves from PreShot 2 to PreShot 3. If the flashback is invoked while the scan is at PreShot 3, the VectorScan will be terminated and the scan will go back to PreShot 2.
  • Page 89: List Programmed Preshots

    PRESHOTS, CONTINUED 6.6.1 List Programmed PreShots A list of the programmed PreShots can be viewed for each scan unit. If using an HJZTP controller, perform the following procedure (for the Control Camera displayed on the programming controller). The list displays the PreShot numbers and titles. 1.
  • Page 90: Vectorscan (video Tour)

    6.6.2 View/PreShot Recall, Continued 6. Press lock to exit menu on LCD controller. VECTORSCAN (VIDEO TOUR) When a scan receives a command to run a VectorScan, it goes to the first PreShot programmed in the VectorScan at maximum velocity (400°/second) for the programmed dwell time, then goes to the next PreShot in the VectorScan at the programmed velocity for the specified dwell time, etc.
  • Page 91: List Contents Of A Vectorscan

    6.7.2 List Contents of a VectorScan The contents of each VectorScan stored in the scan can be viewed. The VectorScan contents cannot be edited from this display. The list displays the PreShots with the programmed transit times and dwell times in the order they were programmed. If using an HJZTP controller, perform the following procedure to view the contents of a VectorScan (stored in the control camera displayed on the programming controller).
  • Page 92: Run Vectorscan Continuously

    VECTORSCAN (VIDEO TOUR), CONTINUED 6.7.4 Run VectorScan Continuously “Continuously” means the scan unit runs the VectorScan from beginning to end; then repeats the list until halted by an operator. NOTE: Continuous VectorScan operation for extended periods of time (> 8 Hours) is not recommended. Continuous operation results in increased zoom lens failure and maintenance expense.
  • Page 93: Sector Id

    SECTOR ID Sector IDs are used to quickly identify specific areas or scenes a Scan assembly is viewing while an operator is manually controlling the Scan. Each Scan can be programmed to store up to 16 sectors. The sectors can overlap. The following diagram shows two Sector IDs: Whenever an operator positions the Scan assembly to view an area inside Sector 1, the title (i.e., FRONT GATE) of Sector 1 is added to the video signal.
  • Page 94: Privacy Zones

    PRIVACY ZONES Privacy zones are used so an operator cannot view the scene where the camera lens is positioned. Whenever an operator positions the camera so that any portion of a programmed privacy zone would be visible in the video, the video blanks and the title of the privacy zone is outputted on the video signal.
  • Page 95 6.10 ALARM OPERATION, CONTINUED The alarm status is displayed on-screen on the same text line set aside for the Camera ID number. The Camera ID does not have to be displayed in order to view the alarm status. If any alarms are active, the HD6 will display 'AL-' in blinking letters. After the blinking 'AL-', the HD6 will list all active alarms in order.
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  • Page 97: Section 7: Programming Using Standard Honeywell Diamond Protocol

    SECTION 7: PROGRAMMING USING STANDARD HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL INTRODUCTION 1. The scan unit being programmed must be the primary control camera on the controller. 2. The video from the scan unit being programmed must be displayed on the control monitor. The character generator on the Scan receiver board generates the programming menus.
  • Page 98: Programming Preshots

    PROGRAMMING PRESHOTS A PreShot is a predefined scan and lens position (including the pan, tilt, zoom, and focus settings, and, in some modes, iris settings). • A PreShot can be saved with a number and title. • The operator uses the PreShot number to send the scan unit to the PreShot. •...
  • Page 99: Programming Preshots (views) Without Titles

    PROGRAMMING PRESHOTS, CONTINUED The following menu is displayed on the monitor. ‘C’ to Change ‘E’ to Edit ‘D’ to Delete ‘S’ to Save ‘N’ to Save Name 8. Press the camera and preset keys to scroll through all available characters. When the desired character is flashing on the LCD, press the aux key.
  • Page 100: Programming Vectorscans

    7.2.2 Programming PreShots (Views) Without Titles, Continued Example: To define PreShot 1: 1. Position the PTZ to the desired position using the joystick, zoom, focus, and iris keys. 2. Press and hold the preset key and press the 1 key. 3.
  • Page 101 PROGRAMMING VECTORSCANS, CONTINUED 7. Enter the velocity from 1 to 400 (degrees per second) in the VELOCITY column of the 0 row. 8. Enter the dwell time from 0-99 seconds. 9. Continue entering PreShots, up to 64, by repeating steps 6 through 8. PreShots will be performed in the order listed when the VectorScan is run.
  • Page 102: Programming Sector Ids

    PROGRAMMING SECTOR IDs Sector IDs are used for labeling specific areas that the scan views. Whenever a scan unit is under manual control and it is viewing a programmed sector, the name given that sector is added to the video signal. Note: The camera ID display must be enabled.
  • Page 103: Programming Privacy Zones

    PROGRAMMING SECTOR IDs, CONTINUED a. Select Save to program and save sector coordinates. Refer to the diagram for programming coordinates. Right pan Top tilt Bottom tilt Left pan b. Using the joystick, move the scan so the lower left corner of the sector is positioned at the center of the monitor, then press Enter (F5).
  • Page 104 7.5.1 Programming Privacy Zones, 18x Color and True/Day Night, 23x Color, and 25x True/Day Night Cameras, Continued 1. Press and hold lock and press F6 (menu). The LCD displays the menu selections available. Setup will be flashing to indicate that Setup is the currently selected option.
  • Page 105: Programming Privacy Zones, 23x Wide Dynamic Range/true Day/night Camera

    7.5.1 Programming Privacy Zones, 18x Color and True/Day Night, 23x Color, and 25x True/Day Night Cameras, Continued b. Using the joystick move the scan so the upper right corner of the privacy zone is positioned at the upper right corner of the monitor, then press Enter. If the upper right tilt position is below the lower left tilt position, the message “Illegal Tilt Direction”...
  • Page 106 7.5.2 Programming Privacy Zones, 23x Wide Dynamic Range/True Day/Night Camera, Continued 7. Enter a Privacy zone title (up to 24 characters). a. Press the camera and preset keys to scroll through all available characters. When the desired character is flashing on the LCD, press the aux key. b.
  • Page 107: Changing The Privacy Zone Password

    PROGRAMMING PRIVACY ZONES, CONTINUED 7.5.3 Changing the Privacy Zone Password 1. Press and hold lock and press F6 (menu). The LCD displays the menu selections available. Setup will be flashing to indicate that Setup is the currently selected option. 2. Move the joystick left or right, press F3 ( ) or F4 ( ), or camera (left) or preset (right) keys until SECT is flashing, and then press the aux key.
  • Page 108: Programming Ptz Tours

    PROGRAMMING PTZ TOURS Three (3) PTZ tours can be programmed using on-screen menus. Refer to Section 5.7.1 for programming tours. Each tour is a maximum of 2 minutes (120 seconds). When a PTZ tour is run, the scan performs the pan, tilt, zoom, and focus commands that were performed during the PTZ tour programming mode.
  • Page 109: Section 8: Operation Using Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell Vcl, Pelco P

    A message “AUTO EXPOSURE ON” or “AUTO EXPOSURE OFF” is displayed on the video when the scan executes PreShot 92. • Auto lens exposure control is the factory default for scans set for Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P code, or Pelco D code control. •...
  • Page 110: Freeze / Unfreeze Video

    The IR block filter in the cameras can be controlled manually through the setup menus or by sending the scan to a preprogrammed PreShot reserved for the NightShot mode. PreShot 94 is reserved for Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code, or Pelco D Code Control Systems. Then: The scan is set to manual control Iris Open on the controller lightens the scene.
  • Page 111: Preshots

    PRESHOTS When using a Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P code, or Pelco D code control system, there are several PreShots (views or presets) reserved for controlling the scan. Refer to Table 4 for a listing of the preprogrammed PreShots and their functions.
  • Page 112: Table 5: Preprogrammed Preshots (honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell Vcl, Pelco P Code, And Pelco D Code Control Systems)

    PRESHOTS, CONTINUED Table 5: Preprogrammed Preshots (Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code, and Pelco D Code Control Systems) PreShot 80 Run PTZ Tour 1 PreShot 81 Run PTZ Tour 2 PreShot 82 Run PTZ Tour 3 PreShot 83...
  • Page 113: Vectorscans (video Tour)

    Continuous operation results in increased zoom lens failure and maintenance expense. Using a Honeywell Maxpro, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P code, or Pelco D Code Controller, ten (0-9) VectorScans can be programmed using the setup menu accessed by the PreShot 90 command. Refer to Section 5.7.2...
  • Page 114: Run Vectorscan Continuously

    VECTORSCANS (VIDEO TOUR), CONTINUED 8.7.4 Run VectorScan Continuously No changes or supplemental instructions are required. Refer to information in Section 8.7.3 Section 6.7.4. 8.7.5 Stop a VectorScan • Take manual control (pan, tilt, zoom, focus, or iris) of the scan. •...
  • Page 115: Section 9: Programming Using Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell Vcl, Pelco P

    This section provides information on any differences to the material provided for standard Honeywell Diamond protocol and provides information specific to operation with Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P, or Pelco D control systems. Programming of the unit is the same as described in...
  • Page 116: Programming Ptz Tours

    PROGRAMMING PTZ TOURS PreShots 83, 84, and 85 have been reserved for programming PTZ tours 1, 2, and 3. 1. Enter a PreShot 83 command on the system controller to program PTZ tour 1. (Enter a PreShot 84 command for PTZ tour 2 or PreShot 85 command for PTZ tour 3.) 2.
  • Page 117: Section 10: Operation Using American Dynamics Control System

    Code control systems. This section provides information on any differences to the material provided for standard Honeywell Diamond protocol and provides information specific to operation American Dynamics control systems. Operation of the unit is the same as described in Section 6, with the following statements.
  • Page 118: Freeze / Unfreeze Video

    10.4 FREEZE / UNFREEZE VIDEO The freeze/unfreeze video function described in Section 6.4 is not available 10.5 FLASHBACK OPERATION The flashback function described in Section 6.5 is not available. 10.6 PRESHOTS Refer to your specific controller’s users manual for programming PreShots (presets). •...
  • Page 119: Table 6: Preprogrammed Preshots (american Dynamics Control Systems)

    Table 6: Preprogrammed Preshots (American Dynamics Control Systems) PreShot 11 Run PTZ Tour 1 PreShot 12 Run PTZ Tour 2 PreShot 13 Run PTZ Tour 3 PreShot 21 Program PTZ Tour 1 PreShot 22 Program PTZ Tour 2 PreShot 23 Program PTZ Tour 3 PreShot 24 Terminate PTZ Programming Mode...
  • Page 120: Vectorscan (video Tour)

    10.7 VECTORSCAN (VIDEO TOUR) CAUTION: Continuous VectorScan operation for extended periods of time (> 8 hours) is not recommended. Continuous operation results in increased zoom lens failure and maintenance expense. Using an American Dynamics controller, nine (1 -9) VectorScans can be programmed using the setup menu accessed by PreShot 61.
  • Page 121: Run Vectorscan Continuously

    10.7 VECTORSCAN (VIDEO TOUR), CONTINUED 10.7.4 Run VectorScan Continuously No changes or supplemental instructions are required. Refer to information in Section 10.7.3 Section 6.7.4. 10.7.5 Stop VectorScan To stop a VectorScan • Take manual control (pan, tilt, zoom, focus, or iris) of the scan. Send the scan to a PreShot.
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  • Page 123: Section 11: Programming Using American Dynamics Control System

    PROGRAMMING USING AMERICAN DYNAMICS CONTROL SYSTEM 11.1 INTRODUCTION This section provides information on any differences to the material provided for standard Honeywell Diamond protocol and provides information specific to operation with American Dynamics control systems. Programming of the unit is the same as described in Section 7, with the following statements.
  • Page 124: Ptz Tour Operation

    11.6 PROGRAMMING PTZ TOURS, CONTINUED 3. Wait for the countdown to reach 0 or send a PreShot 24 command to end the programming mode. The message “PTZ Tour Complete” is displayed. The scan stores the PTZ commands in the order you entered them between the time you started the programming mode until you entered the PreShot 24 command.
  • Page 125: Section 12: Troubleshooting

    1- 800-796-2288. Any equipment returned to Honeywell for warranty or service repair must have a Return Material Authorization (RMA#) for its repair. The RMA# must be clearly marked on all return packages.
  • Page 126: Video Problems (unshielded Twisted Pair (utp) Option Only)

    12.2 NO VIDEO, CONTINUED 9. If multiple scans are in the system, exchange one of the scan units from another housing. Set the address of the exchange unit to the existing unit. Call up the scan using the controller (each unit has a unique address). If video is present, the problem is isolated to the scan assembly.
  • Page 127: Scan Operates By Itself

    5 seconds. If the red LED (D5) is flashing, faulty data is being received. System Operating with Honeywell VCL Protocol or Pelco P or D Protocol – Check the wiring to make sure the polarity is correct (TX+ to RX+ and TX- to RX-).
  • Page 128: Erratic Scan Operation

    1. A function has been added to reset the camera lens (zoom and focus). Pre-programmed PreShots activate this function: If using: Activate with: Honeywell Diamond, Honeywell Maxpro mode, Honeywell PreShot 98 VCL, or Pelco protocols American Dynamics and American Dynamics switcher...
  • Page 129: Cannot Find Home Or Does Not Go To Preshot

    12.8 CANNOT FIND HOME OR DOES NOT GO TO PRESHOT Possible solution: 1. Verify that the pan and the tilt rotates freely with no interference from lanyard (if installed) or inner dome brackets. 2. Verify the pan and tilt belts are on their associated sprockets and are not loose. 3.
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  • Page 131: Section 13: Maintenance

    3. Inspect all connecting cabling for deterioration or other damage. 4. Clean the domes (only if required) using the procedure defined for your dome type. 5. Clean the camera lens (only if required). Honeywell recommends purchasing an optical lens cleaning kit and following the procedures provided with the kit.
  • Page 132: Indoor Housing With Digital Interface

    13.2 REMOVING LOWER DOME, CONTINUED 13.2.2 Indoor Housing with Digital Interface NOTE: Handle the dome from the flange or trim ring. 1. Remove power to the unit. 2. If the lower dome was installed using the 2-56 lock screw, remove the 2-56 lock screw on the lower dome trim ring using a 5/64”...
  • Page 133: Dome Cleaning Procedure

    13.4 DOME CLEANING PROCEDURE 13.4.1 Clear Dome And Smoked Dome The inside and outside surface of the dome can be cleaned with any non-abrasive cleaning cloth and cleaning agent that is safe for use on acrylic plastic such as Windex, Glass Plus, or lens cleaner.
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  • Page 135: Section 14: Replacement Parts

    SECTION 14: REPLACEMENT PARTS 14.1 INTRODUCTION The following drawings and partial material lists are provided to assist in installing and servicing the HD6. Qualified technicians who have attended a Honeywell training course must perform all servicing. Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 136: Hd6 Indoor Housing

    14.2 HD6 INDOOR HOUSING HDT0D000 Housing for Drop Ceiling (includes drop ceiling mount) HDT0D003 Housing with Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Option HDT0D00D Housing with Digital Interface Board Replacement Parts Item Part Number Description 517082-7130 Dropped Ceiling Mount (not shown - used on 518563-2040 only) 518245-1030 Interface Board (Standard –...
  • Page 137: Hd6 Indoor Pendant Housing

    14.3 HD6 INDOOR PENDANT HOUSING HDT0P000 Standard HDT0P003 HD6 with Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Option HDT0P00D HD6 with Digital Interface Replacement Parts Item Part Number Description 518466-1140 Housing 515676-1130 Slip Ring Support 518462-1120 Shroud 518245-1030 Interface Board (Standard - shown) 518753-1030 Interface Board (Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) option –...
  • Page 138: Hd6 Indoor Lower Dome

    14.4 HD6 INDOOR LOWER DOME Replacement Parts Part Number Description HDB0DJ00 Lower Dome, Smoked with Black Trim Ring HDB0DH00 Lower Dome, Smoked with White Trim Ring HDB0D400 Lower Dome, Clear with Black Trim Ring HDB0D500 Lower Dome, Clear with White Trim Ring 700502-4130 Black Trim Ring 700502-3130...
  • Page 139: Hd6 Outdoor Top Weather Dome

    14.5 HD6 OUTDOOR TOP WEATHER DOME Part Number Description HDT0W000 HD6 Weather Housing (fly-lead connections) HDT0W00A HD6 Weather Housing with 14-Pin Connector HDT0W003 HD6 Weather Housing (Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Option) Rev. 1.02 900.0679 22-June-2006...
  • Page 140: Hd6 Outdoor Lower Weather Dome

    14.5 HD6 OUTDOOR TOP WEATHER DOME, CONTINUED REPLACEMENT PARTS Item Part Number Description 517923-7140 Housing for HD6 with Rails 518425-2130 Shroud, White Weather Top 518425-4130 Shroud, Black Weather Top 515676-1130 Slip Ring Support 518634-1120 Seal Dome Cap 515991-2120 Dome Cap 842376-0173 Clamp, Cable 518479-1120...
  • Page 141: Hd6 Rugged Dome Top

    14.7 HD6 RUGGED DOME TOP Part Number Description HDT0R000 Ruggedized Housing HDT0R00F Ruggedized Housing w/Fan Only HDT0R00H Ruggedized Housing w/Heater & Blower HDT0R003 Ruggedized Housing w/Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Interface HDT0R00J Ruggedized Housing w/Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) & Heater/Blower Item Part Number Description 518245-1030...
  • Page 142: Hd6 Rugged Lower Dome

    14.8 HD6 RUGGED LOWER DOME Part Number Description HDB0R400 Clear Lower Dome , Ruggedized Dome for HD6 HDB0R200 Smoked Lower Dome, Ruggedized Dome for HD6 14.9 HD6 SCAN Part Number Description HDSA00N1 Scan Assembly, 18x NTSC Camera, Standard Firmware HDSB00N1 Scan Assembly, 18x NTSC IR Camera, Standard Firmware HDSA00P1 Scan Assembly, 18x PAL Camera, Standard Firmware...
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  • Page 144 14.9 HD6 SCAN, CONTINUED Item Part Number Description 901200-0009 Belt for tilt sprocket part number 518875-1120 901200-0006 Belt for tilt sprocket part number 518320-1120 901200-0008 Belt for pan sprocket part number 518872-1120 901200-0007 Belt for pan sprocket part number 518561-1120 518418-2030 Slip Ring and Camera Interface Board 120.0064...
  • Page 145: Section 15: Specifications

    SECTION 15: SPECIFICATIONS 15.1 HOUSING / LOWER DOMES Power Requirements HD6 Scan: 24V ac @ 1.3A Weather Dome Heater: 24V ac @ 4A Pan and Tilt Horizontal: 360° continuous slip ring design Angular Travel Vertical: 0° horizontal to 90° down Pan and Tilt Speed Pan: Continuously variable 0.1°...
  • Page 146: Scan, 18x Color And True Day/night Cameras

    15.2 SCAN, 18X COLOR AND TRUE DAY/NIGHT CAMERAS Image Sensor 1/4" IT CCD (EXview HAD) Picture elements NTSC approx. 380K pixels (768H x 494V) (pixels) approx. 440K pixels (752H x 582V) Resolution NTSC 470 TV lines 460 TV lines Sync System Internal/External (Vertical Lock) –...
  • Page 147: Scan, 23x Color Camera

    15.4 SCAN, 23X COLOR CAMERA Image Sensor 1/4" Ex-view HAD CCD Picture elements (total NTSC 410K pixels (811H x 508V) pixels) 470K pixels (795H x 596V) Resolution Normal NTSC >470 TV lines (1/60s, 1/50s) >450 TV lines Sync System Internal / VD Pulse Lock (Auto Detect) Minimum Sensitivity (all 0.8 lux (30 IRE) with clear lower dome)
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  • Page 152 Document 900.679 06/06 Rev 1.02 © 2006 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell Video Systems. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects.

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