Download  Print this page

Section 7: Programming Using Standard Honeywell Diamond Protocol; Introduction - Honeywell HD6 Series User Manual

Ptz camera in a dome.
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

PROGRAMMING USING STANDARD HONEYWELL DIAMOND
7.1

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. To view the programming menus, the video from the scan
unit must be called up on the monitor.
3. The controller being used for programming must have manual control (pan, tilt,
zoom, etc.) of the scan unit.
4. The scan unit must be able to find its home position. To find home, the pan, tilt, and
zoom feedback connections must all be functional. If a unit has not found home and
an attempt is made to program the Scan unit, the unit will first try to find home. If the
unit does not find home, it cannot be programmed. The HD6 will not do anything -
automatic or manual - until it finds home.
Rev. 1.02
SECTION 7:
PROTOCOL
83
900.0679
22-June-2006

Advertisement

   Also See for Honeywell HD6 Series

   Related Manuals for Honeywell HD6 Series

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: