OPERATION USING STANDARD HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL
The availability of the features of the HD6 when set for standard Honeywell Diamond
protocol is governed by the controller being used.
To reset an HD6 unit, access the main menu, then the diagnostics menu (option 4), and
finally scan and camera reset (option 7). Refer to
If using a HEGS5000/5001 controller, you can also press the Clear/Manual (
four times to reset the scan.
CONTROLLING SCAN ASSEMBLIES
The Scan assemblies are controlled manually by an operator using a compatible
controller such as the HJZTP or HEGS5000. The address of the Scan assembly the
operator wants to control must be selected as the control camera. When an operator
performs a command, the controller sends out the control data with the control camera
Example: The operator has camera 2 selected as the control camera on the controller.
The operator performs the tilt function on the controller. The controller sends out the tilt
command and camera address 2. All the Scan assemblies receive the command, but
only the Scan assembly with address 2 performs the tilt command. If the Scan is set to
address 0, the scan responds to commands for all addresses.
Manual control of a Scan assembly includes pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris. Refer to the
controller user's manual for operation of the controller to perform these functions. The
maximum pan speed is selectable between 100°, 200°, or 400° per second. The
selection defines the maximum speed the unit pans while under manual control. The
maximum tilt speed is one-half the maximum pan speed. If the maximum pan speed is
set to 200° per second, the maximum tilt speed is set to 100° per second. Refer to
using Honeywell Maxpro Mode, Honeywell VCL, Pelco P Code, or
Pelco D Code control systems.
using an American Dynamics control system.
for setting the manual pan speed.