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LTC 8900 Series
User Manual
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EN Allegiant
Microprocessor-
based Video
Switcher/Control
Systems
CPU Firmware
Version 10.0

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  • Page 1 LTC 8900 Series User Manual ® EN Allegiant Microprocessor- based Video Switcher/Control Systems CPU Firmware Version 10.0...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    GLOSSARY OF TERMS .............33 Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Restrictions for user/keyboard access to cameras 4096 cameras and 512 monitors, in a full crosspoint configuration. Although the LTC 8900 Series is a very Restrictions for user/keyboard access to sophisticated product, it has been designed with the receiver/drivers novice user in mind.
  • Page 4: Video Monitor Display

    The date is available in three user-selectable VIDEO MONITOR DISPLAY formats: The LTC 8900 Series systems feature an integral text 1. U.S. Format: MM/DD/YY overlay with two or three rows of 24 characters each. Over 4000 characters can be displayed. Refer to the LTC 2.
  • Page 5: Monitor Title/System Status Display

    The alarm switcher status will be 6 when viewed on a system monitor. displayed in location 6 using symbols described. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 6: Monitor Message

    During entry of sequence programming via the keyboard, the Allegiant system prompts the user on the monitor his keyboard is currently controlling. The display will return to its previous form when the user leaves the programming mode. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 7: Camera Number

    Generally, users with higher priority (highest = 1) can regain control over monitors or pan/tilt/zoom cameras locked by another user. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 8: User Priority Access Table

    Select Alarm Response Mode display. IntuiKey keyboards prompt for a user number Select Printer Mode when entering the main Allegiant softscreen menu. Designate Alarm Monitor Type Select Keyboard Login Select Console Login Configure/Reset RS-232 Ports Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 9: Switcher Commands

    This joystick moves the camera pan/tilt, (if equipped), up, down, left, right, or diagonally. Rotate the joystick knob to control the zoom lens in or out. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 10 Auxiliary number 5 controls the DITHER feature is supported. function, detailed below. Auxiliary number 6 corresponds to an internal receiver/driver AUTOPANNING feature, previously enabled by an option switch inside the receiver/driver. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 11: Alarm Commands

    MCS package. When the alarm number does not match the camera number, specify the alarm number when using this command. The monitor status display (if enabled) shows (camera/alarm armed) whenever an armed camera is selected. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 12: Sequence Control

    If no sequence is currently loaded, pressing Hold Sequence [Hold] results in an error condition. If the monitor is in alarm, Hold Sequence [Hold] stops the alarm switcher rather than a loaded sequence. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 13: Sequence Programming

    If 6-digit camera ID mode is enabled, 5 or 6 digits must be entered. If the camera number is correct, no action is necessary. If not, enter the desired camera number via the keypad, and press ENTER. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 14: Keyboard User Functions

    61 and press ENTER. This causes the switcher to automatically change to the salvo abbreviation SLV. Dwell time (in seconds) is entered only when you reach the step containing the last monitor to be switched within the synchronized group. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 15 Select Set Satellite Communication Format Select Keyboard Login Auto-off Mode CPU Battery Status Select Camera Vertical Phase Set CPU Temperature Status Select Two/three Line Titles Select Six-digit Camera ID Select Use Functions Index Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 16 After entering the mode, move the joystick left to select monitor message format, and right to select status format. If using the LTC 8555 Series keyboard, to exit the mode, press USER. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 17 If desired, this message can be then press USER to exit the mode. used to identify the scene being viewed. Refer to SECTION 8, LTC 8900 CHARACTER SET for the Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 18 LTC 8555 Series keyboard, press USER to exit. joystick to the right enables the event, and to the left disables it. The current status of an enabled time event is displayed by this user function. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 19 This is sometimes desirable when a DVR/VCR with its own time and date is being used. Move the joystick up to add the time and date back again. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 20 Reset RS-232 Parameters to Default press USER to exit. This function returns the system s external RS-232 ports to a known default state. After entering the mode, enter a valid password. The system will Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 21 NORMAL or available if needed by an operator at the intermediate EXPANDED. Press ENTER to activate your selection. level system. You must reset the system for this setting to take effect. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 22 1 of the existing operators, the ENTER to activate the adjustment process. requested camera will be switched. If the operator does not have sufficient priority, they will receive an error Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 23: Maintenance

    "00" and the remaining digits correspond to the standard 4-digit camera numbers. Use the PC-based LTC 8059 Master Control Software to enter unique 6-digit camera numbers for each system camera. When enabled, all Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 24: Ltc 8900 Character Set

    EN | 24 LTC 8900 | User Manual | LTC 8900 Character Set LTC 8900 CHARACTER SET Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 25 EN | 25 LTC 8900 | User Manual | Character Set Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 26 EN | 26 LTC 8900 | User Manual | Character Set Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 27 EN | 27 LTC 8900 | User Manual | LTC 8900 Character Set Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
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  • Page 30 EN | 30 LTC 8900 | User Manual | LTC 8900 Character Set Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 31: Error Messages

    Refer to the User Switcher empty sequence using NEXT, PREV, Function table for a listing of the valid user RUN, or HOLD without a function numbers. sequence having been loaded. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 32 CPU temperature drops below -10 degrees C or goes above +55 degrees C, an on-screen "Temperature Alert" message will appear on the system monitors and the system keyboards will begin to beep. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
  • Page 33: Glossary Of Terms

    Camera to camera video switching during the vertical blanking interval of the video signal. This minimizes visual switching disturbances such as rolling, jitter, video flashes, etc., and eliminates frame information loss SWITCHING when used with video tape machines. Bosch Security Systems | March 17, 2009...
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  • Page 36 Telephone +1 888-289-0096 Fax: +31 40 2577 330 Fax: +65 6319 3499 +1 585-223-9180 emea.securitysystems@bosch.com apr.securitysystems@bosch.com Email: security.sales@us.bosch.com www.boschsecurity.com www.boschsecurity.com www.boschsecurity.us 2009 Bosch Security Systems, Inc. F01U127363 09-03 | Updated March 17, 2009 | Data subject to change without notice.