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HD-JC-010

Network Keyboard

User Manual
© 2011 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
http://www.security.honeywell.com
Rev. A1

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  • Page 1: Network Keyboard

    HD-JC-010 Network Keyboard User Manual © 2011 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. http://www.security.honeywell.com Rev. A1...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Honeywell Contents HD-JC-010 ..........................1 Network Keyboard........................1 User Manual..........................1 1 Features and Specifications....................2 Features ........................2 Specifications ......................2 2 Keyboard Function......................4 Keyboard Appearance ....................4 Key Function List ......................5 Keyboards Ports ......................7 Port Features ....................... 8 Power ..........................

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    Honeywell Password......................17 User Management ....................17 Set Local as Default ................... 19 Empty Control Point.................... 19 Assistant Setup......................19 Backlight Setup....................19 Alarm Setup......................20 Language ......................20 System Information....................20 Control Point ......................20 ID........................22 Machine Name ....................22 IP Address ......................

  • Page 5

    Honeywell 6 Keyboard Control Dome ....................32 Cable Connection ...................... 32 Keyboard Setup ......................32 Operation........................33 Preset ......................... 34 Scan ........................35 Tour ........................35 PATTERN......................38 7 Keyboard Upgrade......................40 Keyboard Upgrade..................... 40 8 Make COM Cable ......................42 Make RS232 COM Cable ..................

  • Page 6

    Honeywell Figures Figure 3-1 Menu Tree......................11 Figure 4-1 Control Point ......................21 Figure 5-1 RS232connection ....................23 Figure 5-2 Definition of RS485....................24 Figure 5-3 Connect with RS485 Converter ................24 Figure 5-4 Multi-Keyboard Link via RS485 ................25 Figure 5-5 Connection of Converter..................

  • Page 7: Hd-jc-010

    Honeywell Welcome Thank you for purchasing our network keyboard! This operating manual is designed to be a reference tool for the operation of your keyboard. Here you can find information about this keyboard features and functions, as well as a detailed menu tree.

  • Page 8: Features And Specifications

    Honeywell 1 Features and Specifications Features This series keyboard has the following features One keyboard can control multiple DVRs, or you can use multiple keyboards to control one DVR. Support dome operation. Support RS485 port and RS232 port. Support PTZ operation via joystick...

  • Page 9

    Honeywell 12VDC 1200mA Working Power 84mm x 31 mm LCD Dimension...

  • Page 10: Keyboard Function

    Honeywell 2 Keyboard Function Keyboard Appearance The keyboard appearance is shown as below. See Figure 2-1 Figure 2-1 Keyboard Appearance ① Function key: There are three function keys: SETUP/ALARM/SHIFT ② LCD: Here is to display on-screen menu. ③ Indication light: There are six indication lights. DVR/DOME/ALT/COM/ALARM/POWER.

  • Page 11: Key Function List

    Honeywell ID/CAM. ⑥ Dome matrix function: Here are operation keys for you to control dome or matrix. ⑦ Joystick ⑧ Assistant function: from AUX1 to AUX 6, log and lock key. Key Function List Serial number Name Symbol Function Function...

  • Page 12

    Honeywell Four Turn to four window display mode ⊞ window display mode Nine Turn to nine window display mode ▦ window display mode Sixteen window Turn to sixteen window display mode ▦ display mode Record Record/play Backward Video backward play or pause...

  • Page 13: Keyboards Ports

    Honeywell PTZ control switch Previous page PREV In dome menu, working with other keys. Dome/ Dome In dome menu, click this key to enter dome MENU Matrix key menu menu shortcut key. function Next page NEXT In dome menu, working with other keys.

  • Page 14: Port Features

    Honeywell Figure 2-2 Keyboard Interface ① RJ45 network port ② RS485 port ③ RS232 port ④ Power socket Port Features RS232 can directly connect with DVR. The distance should be within 10m. One RS232 port could only connect with one DVR. You must use 485-> 232 converters to connect more DVRs.

  • Page 15

    Honeywell Figure 2-3 Power Supply of the Keyboard...

  • Page 16: Menu Tree

    Honeywell 3 Menu Tree Key board menu tree is shown as below.

  • Page 17: Figure 3-1 Menu Tree

    Honeywell Figure 3-1 Menu Tree N et setting Time setting Address setting Local Menu operation Device name CTL Point Device type Network connectio n Connection type RS232 Password RS485 User management Advance d Default Empty point Backlight Assistant Alarm setup...

  • Page 18: Input Method

    Honeywell Input Method Click SHIFT, you can switch between numeral/capitalized character/small character. : Numeral A: Capitalized character @ Small character. Log In Plug in power socket, power indication light is on. You can see welcome information in LCD. Network keyboard 2006-12-20 14.00.00...

  • Page 19: Menu Operation

    Honeywell 4 Menu Operation Menu operation includes five items: Local setup CTL point Advance Assistant System information Local Setup Local setup includes the following items Network setup Time setup Address setup Network Setup (for network keyboard only) Network setup is for you to input the following information.

  • Page 20: Time Setup

    Honeywell Time Setup Here is for you to input local device time. Move the cursor to highlight corresponding item and then input the numeral. YY: 2006 Mo: 12 DD31 HH: 14 MI: 13 SE: 22 Address Setup Address value ranges from 0 to 255. Default factory setup is 0.

  • Page 21: Device Name

    Honeywell Here is for you to input front device ID. Move the cursor to highlight ID and then use input numeral. If there is a * before the ID number (such as *3), it means that front device has control point setup.

  • Page 22

    Honeywell RS232 When connection type is RS232, click ENTER key you can see an interface ask you to input the following information 232ADD PRTCL Baud D-bit O_E VFY S-bit 232ADD: PRTCL: Baud: D-bit: O_E VFY: S-Bit: RS485 When connection type is RS485, click ENTER key you can see an interface ask you to input...

  • Page 23: Advanced

    Honeywell Note: All the setup here should conform to you current connection type. If you input connection type is RS232, you front device should connect with keyboard via RS 232 port. Otherwise you can not use keyboard to control current device! All listed items here should not leave in blank, otherwise you can not use fast search function.

  • Page 24: Add User

    Honeywell Add User Here is for you to add a new user. You can input new user name and password. Move the cursor to highlight Pwer, please use left key to modify user property (User/guest) and then use right key to highlight user power and click Enter to confirm. You can see there is an icon after your option.

  • Page 25: Set Local As Default

    Honeywell Set Local as Default Here is for you to restore factory default setup. Note: when you operate this function, please be careful! Set Local as Default? Yes: ENTER No: Esc Empty Control Point Here is for you to delete all control point information.

  • Page 26: Alarm Setup

    Honeywell Alarm Setup You can turn on alarm function. Language There are three options: English/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese. System Information System information includes the following items. Version: here is to display system version.(for reference only) Date: here is to display system released date(for reference only) Connection type: here is to display current connection type.

  • Page 27: Figure 4-1 Control Point

    Honeywell Figure 4-1 Control Point You can click ENTER to go to the above menu and then input corresponding property to search. E.g.: If you want to search a device of ID3. Input ID as 3 and then click ENTER to confirm.

  • Page 28: Machine Name

    Honeywell RS485 Machine RS232 RS485 Use left/right to highlight ID and then click ENTER. Here is for you to input device ID. Machine Name Use left/right to highlight Machine and then click ENTER. Here is for you to input machine name.

  • Page 29: Keyboard Control Dvr

    Honeywell 5 Keyboard Control DVR Serial Port Connection RS232 Serial Port Connection You can use one RS232 cable to connect DVR serial port and keyboard serial port together. See Figure 5-1. DVR address number ranges from 1 to 255,please refer to DVR manual for more information.

  • Page 30: Figure 5-2 Definition Of Rs485

    Honeywell RS 485 port pins definition: Figure 5-2 Definition of RS485 PIN1 PIN2 PIN6 PIN3 PIN4 PIN5 PIN6 PIN9 PIN1 : RS485 A line PIN2 :RS485 B line PIN3 :RS485 A line PIN4 :RS485 B line PIN5 :RS485 A line PIN6 :RS485 B line...

  • Page 31: Multi-keyboard Link Via Rs485

    Honeywell Multi-keyboard link via RS485 You can use the following figure if you are connecting multiple keyboards via RS485 port. See Figure 5-4. Figure 5-4 Multi-Keyboard Link via RS485 Other 485 devices …… Multi-converter connection: The last converter on RS 485 port must be short circuited. (E.g.: open converter). See Figure 5-5.

  • Page 32: Figure 5-6 Direct Connection Via Rs485

    Honeywell 1. Direct connection Please refer to the Figure 5-6.for direct connection information. Figure 5-6 Direct Connection via RS485 Crossover cable 2. Connect via HUB Please refer to the following figure if you are connecting via the hub. See Figure 5-7.

  • Page 33: Dvr And Keyboard Setup

    Honeywell DVR and Keyboard Setup DVR Setup Before operation, please make sure cable connection is proper. In DVR menu, from “Setting” to RS232. See Figure 5-8. The default setup is shown as below. Function: network keyboard Baud rate: 9600 Data bit: 8 Stop bit: 1 Parity: none.

  • Page 34

    Honeywell ID: *3 Dev name: DVR-1 Dev type: DVR Connection type: RS232 If there is a * before the ID number (such as *3), it means this front device has control point setup. You can view device *3 corresponding type and name.

  • Page 35: Keyboard Setup After Network Connection

    Honeywell DH1 is the first generation keyboard protocol, its corresponding DVR serial port is control keyboard protocol or Dahua protocol. Keyboard Setup after Network Connection ID, device name and device type setup please refer to 6.3.2. Use up/down to highlight connection type and then use left/right to select connection type.

  • Page 36: Logout

    Honeywell 485 Add Dev name IP ADD 232 ADD Logout Click ID key and then click ESC, you can logout current control menu. Record Click record button ( )to go to record interface. You can use direction keys to modify channel name and status.

  • Page 37

    Honeywell You can follow the procedures below: Insert external hard disk into USB port. After successfully login, click AUX1 in the keyboard. You can see the interface, Date:Year:2006 Month:09 Day:20 Start:H:08 M:30 S:00 Date End:H:17 M:30 S:00 Start time Ch:1 Type:Recording...

  • Page 38: Keyboard Control Dome

    Honeywell 6 Keyboard Control Dome Cable Connection Please make sure keyboard AB line and dome AB line connection is right. Connect dome to power, and then connect dome video cable to the monitor. Before operating, please go to dome menu to go on setup. If dome address is 1, then keyboard RS 485 address is 1.

  • Page 39: Operation

    Honeywell Operation Before operation please note: X value varies due to different protocols. Please use up/down to move dome operation menu. Use left/right to move cursor. All the operation here is based on DH-SD protocol. There may be some difference for various protocols.

  • Page 40: Preset

    Honeywell Speed:5 〈Zoom〉 〈Direction〉 〈Focus〉 〈Iris〉 Zoom/focus/Iris • Zoom: please use WIDE and TELE to control PTZ zoom. • Focus: please use FAR and NEAR to control PTZ focus. • Iris: Please use CLOSE and OPEN to control PTZ aperture.

  • Page 41: Scan

    Honeywell Scan Scan setup Input value and then move cursor to highlight left limit. ①、 Or you can use joystick to move camera to left limit and then click ENTER. ②、Repeat procedure one to set right limit. Move cursor to highlight speed. Input speed value and click ②、...

  • Page 42

    Honeywell Value :1 Scan > start Scan setup Versatile scan Stop Random scan Speed • Firstly, input 1 in tour group. • Secondly, input 2 to tour and then click ENTER. Now you have added tour point 2 to tour group 1.

  • Page 43

    Honeywell • Duration Use left/right keys to highlight duration and then you can input interval value. • Begin touring Use up/down to highlight tour and then input value. Now you can click ENTER to begin tour. • Stop touring Move cursor to highlight stop and then click ENTER. Now you have stopped touring Value :1...

  • Page 44: Pattern

    Honeywell For example, you want to remove tour point 5 and 6 from tour group 2. • Firstly, input 2 in tour group and click ENTER. • Secondly, input 5 in tour point and click ENTER. Now you have deleted tour point 5.

  • Page 45

    Honeywell Pattern Value:1 Pattern setup Start Pan rotation Stop >Speed...

  • Page 46: Keyboard Upgrade

    Honeywell 7 Keyboard Upgrade Keyboard Upgrade Before upgrade, please make sure your network keyboard is well connected. You can use command “PING” to test network connection, the return value TTL should be less than 255. Please download upgrade file to your local PC. You can download upgrade file from our website or from our local service engineer.

  • Page 47: Figure 7-2 Select The Firmware

    Honeywell Figure 7-2 Select the Firmware After selection, click open to add current file to the address column. System automatically recognizes upgrade file, you can click BIOS button to begin upgrade. System pops up upgrade process bar for your reference.

  • Page 48: Make Com Cable

    Honeywell 8 Make COM Cable The keyboard standard accessories package includes the following items. One DB9 Seven DB9 One six-pin crystal port One 25-pin (DB25) One 485 transmission box. (Including one power source.) Make RS232 COM Cable Please refer to the following figure for RS232 port information. See Figure 8-1.

  • Page 49: 25-pin Port And Switch Box Connection

    Honeywell Figure 8-2 Make RS485 Line RS485 port of keyboard RS485 switch box port (Green alarm socket) (6-pin crystal ) PIN1 : RS485 A line PIN2 :RS485 B line PIN3 :RS485 A line PIN4 :RS485 B line PIN5 :RS485 A line PIN6 :RS485 B line...

  • Page 50: Figure 8-3 Connection Between Rs485 Converter And Dvr

    Honeywell Figure 8-3 Connection Between RS485 Converter and DVR RS485switch box 25-pin port RS232 port (DB25) (DB9) Note: you can use standard RS232 port to connect keyboard with DVR. Note: This manual is for reference only. Slight difference may be found in the user interface.

  • Page 51

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