10.4 FREEZE / UNFREEZE VIDEO
The freeze/unfreeze video function described in
10.5 FLASHBACK OPERATION
The flashback function described in
Refer to your specific controller's users manual for programming PreShots (presets).
To program a PreShot, you must be able to manually control the scan.
To send a scan to a PreShot, the scan must be the control camera on the system
controller. An operator can send a scan to a PreShot by entering the PreShot
number and the PreShot command on the system controller. To view the PreShot
video, the scan must be called up on a monitor. Refer to your controller manual for
the PreShot command.
When a scan receives a command to go to a PreShot number, it goes to the
programmed PreShot pan and tilt coordinates at 400° per second. While a Scan is
going to a PreShot position, the character generator adds the title of the PreShot to
the video signal and adds the letter A (automatic) with the camera ID to the video
signal. PreShot titles are not programmable using an American Dynamics or
Maxpro controller. The PreShot titles are PS 001, PS 002, etc.
PreShot title ON
Camera ID title ON
Operator sends the scan to a
PreShot that has not been
The HD6 has a Still PreShot feature that can be enabled or disabled.
If the Still PreShot feature is on, the video is frozen between PreShots. The video and
current PreShot title remains on the current PreShot until the scan arrives at the next
PreShot then switches the video and displays the PreShot title. While the video is frozen
an asterisk (*) appears on the display on the same line as the camera ID. Refer to
There are several PreShots reserved for scan setup, programming, and control
functions. These PreShots should not be programmed and cannot be included in
for enabling and disabling the Still PreShot feature.
is not available
is not available.
PreShot title is displayed.
Camera ID and the letter A are displayed.
The message "DOES NOT EXIST" is
displayed on the video.