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HMAX082/HMAX162
Matrix Switcher
HKJMMTP
Keyboards
Owner's Operation Guide
900.0560 - July 2005 – Rev. 1

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    HMAX082/HMAX162 Matrix Switcher HKJMMTP Keyboards Owner’s Operation Guide 900.0560 - July 2005 – Rev. 1...

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    ISSUE DATE REVISIONS July 2005 Initial Release Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 3: Fcc Compliance Statement

    COMPLYING WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS AND STATUTES CONCERNING THE MONITORING AND RECORDING OF VIDEO AND AUDIO SIGNALS. HONEYWELL VIDEO SYSTEMS SHALL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN VIOLATION OF CURRENT LAWS AND STATUTES.

  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS READ INSTRUCTIONS – All safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNINGS – All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS –...

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS, CONTINUED OVERLOADING – Do not overload outlets and extension cords as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. POWER-CORD PROTECTION – Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the monitor.

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING – The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 7: Explanation Of Graphical Symbols

    EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

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    Notes: Rev. 1 viii 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: OPERATION......................... 1 SYSTEM INITIALISATION ........................ 1 JOYSTICK RECALIBRATION ......................1 KEYBOARD KEY PRESS OPERATION .................... 1 USER LOG ON..........................2 USER LOG OFF ..........................4 SECTION 2: CAMERA/MONITOR SELECTION ..................5 MONITOR SELECT .......................... 5 2.1.1 Single Monitor MaxCom Gold Keyboard.................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED SECTION 4: PRESETS..........................13 DEFINITION............................ 13 DEFINING A PRESET........................13 SEEKING A PRESET........................13 SECTION 5: TOURS..........................14 DEFINTION ............................ 14 STARTING A TOUR........................14 STOPPING A TOUR ........................14 RESTARTING A TOUR ........................14 SECTION 6: MIMIC TOURS........................15 DEFINITION............................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED SYSTEM ............................33 7.3.1 Time/Date Setting ......................33 7.3.2 Time/Date Format ......................34 7.3.3 Monitor Control ......................34 7.3.4 Universal Sequences..................... 35 7.3.5 Language........................35 7.3.6 Event Timers ........................35 7.3.7 Salvo Switching ......................35 ALARMS ............................35 7.4.1 System Alarms.......................

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED 8.3.7 Keyboard Camera Privileges ..................69 8.3.8 Menu Access Rights ...................... 72 8.3.9 Settings .......................... 74 CONFIGURING CAMERAS ......................77 8.4.1 Camera Setup........................ 77 8.4.2 Preset Titles ........................80 8.4.3 Privacy Zones ........................ 82 8.4.4 Sector Titles ........................86 8.4.5 Tours..........................

  • Page 13: Section 1: Operation

    SECTION 1: OPERATION 1.1 SYSTEM INITIALISATION During the initialization phase, if the RapidDomes are initialized at the same time, the RapidDome will display blanked video until initialization is complete; normal video will then be displayed. A start-up screen is displayed on the monitor display for approximately 5 seconds. The start-up screen shows the MaxCom Gold model (e.g.

  • Page 14: User Log On

    1.4 USER LOG ON In order to operate the MaxCom, a user must be logged on to the unit. To log on to the MaxCom Gold control system, perform the following procedure at the keyboard. 1. Enter a valid pass code. Please refer to Table 1 for an illustration of the default passwords and security levels.

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    Table 1. User Pass Code & Security Level User Pass Code Security Level 00011 Medium 00012 Medium 28561 High 38416 High 50625 High 65536 High The table below illustrates the access to features relative to the security level allocated to a user.

  • Page 16: User Log Off

    1.5 USER LOG OFF To log off the system and lock the controller, perform the following procedure. 1. Press 0 2. Press lock. The system can be setup so a user is logged out after a period of inactivity. The automatic log-out time is set using the PC Configuration Utility.

  • Page 17: Section 2: Camera/monitor Selection

    SECTION 2: CAMERA/MONITOR SELECTION 2.1 MONITOR SELECT 2.1.1 Single Monitor MaxCom Gold Keyboard The MaxCom Gold displays the video input number that is switched to a monitor on the top left corner of the monitor display. The Single Monitor MaxCom Gold keyboard has a dedicated fixed connection to either monitor 1 or monitor 2, depending on the keyboard port it is connected to.

  • Page 18: Camera Select

    2.1.3 RS485 and RS232 Keyboard Control, Continued The operation is also dependent on the type of RS485 keyboard; whether it is a Single Monitor type (can control only one monitor output) or a Multi Monitor type (can control either monitor outputs). a.

  • Page 19: Auto-sequence Control

    2.3 AUTO-SEQUENCE CONTROL The MaxCom Gold has an auto camera-sequencing feature. When turned on, the MaxCom Gold automatically sequences between the cameras defined in the sequence on the monitor being controlled by the keyboard. Refer to section 2.3.2 for programming auto sequences. Note: If the joystick is moved or a telemetry button is pressed while the keyboard is auto-sequencing, the auto-sequencing is turned off.

  • Page 20: Section 3: Telemetry Functions

    SECTION 3: TELEMETRY FUNCTIONS 3.0 INTRODUCTION The MaxCom range of keyboards and switchers can control any Honeywell telemetry receiver. The features that can be used depend on the features that are available on the RapidDome or telemetry receiver. Under normal operation, there is no audible beep when pressing the telemetry function buttons.

  • Page 21: Programming Mimic Tours

    3.1 SYSTEMS WITH MORE THAN ONE KEYBOARD, CONTINUED 4. If one operator is controlling a camera and a second operator starts to program a sector zone for the camera, the "CAMERA IN USE" message is displayed on the monitor the first operator is controlling, a long error beep is produced at the keyboard, and the first operator loses control of the camera.

  • Page 22: Menu Access

    3.1.3 Menu Access Two operators cannot access the programming menus in the MaxCom Gold at the same time. If one operator is accessing the menus and a second operator tries to access them, the message, “MENU IN USE” is displayed on the control monitor of the second operator and a long error beep is produced at the keyboard.

  • Page 23: Focus

    3.5 FOCUS Press the auto button above the focus control buttons to toggle the camera in and out of auto-focus mode. If the LED above the auto focus button is illuminated, the auto-focus mode is selected. To manually focus the camera, press the NEAR (+) or FAR (-) buttons. The camera automatically switches to manual focus mode if one of these two buttons is pressed.

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    3.8 WASH, WIPE, AND AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS, CONTINUED 1. Press the 0 button, then press and hold the aux button to activate the auxiliary function. Note: The aux button is not illuminated when the auxiliary function is activated. 2. Release the aux button to turn off the auxiliary function. Rev.

  • Page 25: Section 4: Presets

    SECTION 4: PRESETS 4.0 DEFINITION A preset is a user-defined camera position including pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris settings. Up to 128 presets (numbered 0-127) can be stored in the RapidDome or telemetry receiver. Note: In an alarm system, presets can be defined as alarm presets. If both alarm presets and non-alarm presets are going to be defined, they must have different numbers so cameras in alarm status are not repositioned in error.

  • Page 26: Section 5: Tours

    SECTION 5: TOURS 5.0 DEFINTION A tour is a series of presets stored in memory that can be started by an operator causing the RapidDome to travel to the defined presets automatically. A tour is similar to a monitor sequence except that the video sequences between preset positions from the same camera.

  • Page 27: Section 6: Mimic Tours

    SECTION 6: MIMIC TOURS 6.0 DEFINITION This feature allows an operator to “record” a sequence of RapidDome pan/tilt/zoom actions that can be played back as a tour. This is similar to programming a tour, but has the extra flexibility of being able to define a particular path instead of using a sequence of presets.

  • Page 28: Stopping A Mimic Tour

    6.3 STOPPING A MIMIC TOUR To stop a mimic tour, press the autopan button. The tour will also stop if the telemetry buttons or the joystick are used to control the camera. 6.4 RESTARTING A MIMIC TOUR Press the autopan button (this restarts the last tour that the receiver was running). Rev.

  • Page 29: Section 7: Menu Options

    SECTION 7: MENU OPTIONS 7.0 DESCRIPTION The on-screen menus can be accessed by operators to define the parameters of the cameras, monitors, alarms and the system. Note: The security level of the pass code used to log on to the system determines the level of access to the menus.

  • Page 30: Cameras

    7.0 DESCRIPTION, CONTINUED Table 3. Menu Setup Tree Main Menu ( 9 0 9 0 lock) 1 Cameras 2 Monitors 3 System 4 Alarms 5 Software 1 Titles 1 Auto-sequence 1 Time/Date Setting 1 System Alarms 1 Camera 1 Settings 2 Preset 2 Actions 3 Sector...

  • Page 31: Camera, Preset, And Sector Titles

    7.1.1 Camera, Preset, and Sector Titles CAMERA MENU 1 TITLES From the camera menu, press 1 to program 2 SETTINGS 3 TOURS camera titles, preset titles, and sector titles. 4 SYNCHRONISATION 5 PRIVACY ZONES a. Camera Titles 6 SECTOR ZONES 7 REMOTE RESET 1.

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    7.1.1 Camera, Preset, and Sector Titles, Continued b. Preset Titles PRESET TITLES 1. From the camera titles menu, press the 2 CAMERA PRESET 001:001 button to access the PRESET titles. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Note: If a title has been programmed for a 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SPACE...

  • Page 33: Camera Settings (rapiddomes)

    7.1.1 Camera, Preset, and Sector Titles, Continued c. Select the sector by pressing the number buttons that correspond to the sector (1-16) number, then press the aux button. d. Use the joystick (up, down, left, right) to move around on the displayed keyboard.

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    7.1.2 Camera Settings (RapidDomes), Continued 2. Auto 180 – Disabled/Enabled Enabled turns the auto-180 feature on for the specified camera. Disabled turns the auto-180 feature off for the specified camera. If the Auto-180 feature is enabled, the camera will automatically pan 180° when an operator tries to tilt down once the bottom tilt stop has been reached.

  • Page 35: Tours

    7.1.3 Tours A tour is a series of presets stored in memory that can be started by an operator causing the RapidDome to travel to the defined presets automatically. Up to four (4) tours (numbered 1 – 4) can be defined for each RapidDome. a.

  • Page 36: Synchronization (line-lock)

    7.1.4 Synchronization (Line-Lock) The Line-Lock feature allows switching of the video inputs without 'roll' on the system monitors appearing as each camera is selected. This menu option is used to synchronize (line- CAMERA SYNCHRONISATION lock) the video of one camera to another or all REFERENCE CAMERA 01 cameras in the system to one camera.

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    7.1.4 Synchronization (Line-Lock), Continued Note: The length of time taken for the camera to stabilize is not controllable. Often it is less than 4 seconds, so the final result SYNC DIFFERENCE 00.0mS will be seen. If the camera has not stabilized when the second measurement is made, the displayed SYNC DIFFERENCE has no useful meaning.

  • Page 38: Privacy Zones

    7.1.5 Privacy Zones Privacy zones, as the name suggests, means that specified areas cannot be viewed or recorded (e.g. cameras that are used in an industrial estate, but which could also overlook a residential area). A privacy zone allows the operator to define an area that can be blanked out, and will therefore not be viewable to the operator on a monitor.

  • Page 39: Tips For Defining A Preset That Is Defined As A Privacy Zone

    7.1.5.1 Tips for Defining a Preset that is defined as a Privacy Zone When defining the preset that is to be a privacy zone, it should be noted that the whole screen that is currently in view will become blanked when it is turned into a privacy zone. In Figure 1(a), if the house is to become a Privacy Zone, then you should zoom in until the house fills the whole screen as shown in Figure 1(b) then define it as a preset.

  • Page 40: Additional Points To Remember About Privacy Zones

    7.1.5.3 Additional Points to Remember about Privacy Zones If the MaxCom memory is reset, by removing the battery link, the camera will still have Privacy Zones defined. Entering the MaxCom Privacy Zone menu will show that there are no Privacy Zones defined, i.e. the Preset will all show the default setting of Standard. To remove the Privacy Zones you must set each Privacy Zone to Privacy then back to Standard.

  • Page 41: Remote Reset

    7.1.6.1 Defining a Sector Zone, Continued Note: The camera should be panned in the clockwise direction, as viewed from the monitor, and in a direction away from the left edge. If the camera is moved in an anti-clockwise direction, towards the left end, then you will create a big Sector Zone.

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    7.1.7 Remote Reset, Continued a. Press the 1 button to access the power-up reset menu. b. Select the “camera to reset” by pressing the number buttons for the corresponding camera, and then press the camera button. Note: if you select a camera that is absent, the display returns to camera 1.

  • Page 43: Monitors

    7.1.7 Remote Reset, Continued b. Select the “camera to reset” by pressing the number buttons for the corresponding camera, and then press the camera button. Note: if you select a camera that is absent, the display returns to camera 1. c.

  • Page 44: Partitioning

    7.2.1 Auto-Sequence, Continued The position of an entry in the auto-sequence table is indicated by the number under the column headed "STEP". Note: The down arrow to the right of the last step shown means there are more lines below those displayed. If an operator moves down, an up arrow will be displayed to the right of the first step to show there are more lines above those displayed.

  • Page 45: System

    7.3 SYSTEM To access the system menu: MAIN MENU 1. Access the main menu by pressing the 9 button, the 0 button, the 9 button, the 0 button, and then pressing the 1 CAMERAS lock button. 2 MONITORS 3 SYSTEM 4 ALARMS 5 SOFTWARE 2.

  • Page 46: Time/date Format

    7.3.2 Time/Date Format From the System Menu, press the 2 button to change the time and date format. The current time and date format is displayed on the first line. The CLOCK format is flashing. Press the aux button to change the current setting. Pressing the aux button toggles between 12-hour and 24-hour.

  • Page 47: Universal Sequences

    7.3.4 Universal Sequences This feature is not functional at this time. 7.3.5 Language This feature is not functional at this time. 7.3.6 Event Timers This feature is not functional at this time. 7.3.7 Salvo Switching This feature is not functional at this time. 7.4 ALARMS To access the alarm setup menu: 1.

  • Page 48: System Alarm Settings

    7.4.1.1 System Alarm Settings 1. From the System Alarms menu press the SYSTEM ALARMS SETTINGS ALARM STATUS TYPE PRIORITY 1 button to enable/disable alarms and to DISABLED N.O. 0001 define the systems alarms as N.O. DISABLED N.O. 0002 (normally open) or N.C. (normally DISABLED N.O.

  • Page 49: Contact Tables

    7.4.1.2 System Alarm Actions, Continued b. Use the number buttons to change the camera number, preset and alarm timer associated with each alarm input. Any camera, preset, and timer can be selected for each alarm. The camera number range is from 1 to the maximum number of cameras connected to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 50: Software

    7.4.3 Alarm Properties, Continued 3. The alarms can be set up so that they can interrupt already active alarms with equal priority or so that they cannot interrupt. 4. The alarms can be set so that the RapidDomes are returned to the pre-alarm position or not returned to the pre-alarm position.

  • Page 51: Section 8: Software Configuration Utility

    SECTION 8: SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION UTILITY 8.0 INTRODUCTION A software configuration utility is provided on a CD with every unit. The software is PC- compatible with Microsoft ® Windows operating systems. This utility allows the user the same set-up and programmability available through the MaxCom Gold menu options. The MaxCom Gold is shipped with a default configuration.

  • Page 52: Manual Installation

    8.1.2 Manual Installation 1) Insert the CD in your computer’s CD–rom drive. 2) Click on the Window’s Start button in the lower left corner of your monitor. 3) Click on Run... 4) Click on Browse..Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

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    8.1.2 Manual Installation, Continued 5) Click on the down arrow beside the “Look in:” field. Locate the CD drive (e.g. drive E:) and click on it so it appears in the “Look in” field. 6) The files and folders on the CD are displayed as shown in the illustration above. Click on the file Setup.exe then click on Open.

  • Page 54

    8.1.2 Manual Installation, Continued 7. Click on OK. 8. Click Next to begin the installation process or click Cancel to exit the installation. a. If you click on Next, setup prompts you to select the folder on your computer where you want the files to reside. A default folder is displayed.

  • Page 55

    8.1.2 Manual Installation, Continued b. If you want to select a different location, click on Browse and click on the desired location, then click on Next. 9. Click on Next to confirm installation. A dialogue box is displayed showing the status of the installation.

  • Page 56: Starting The Program

    8.2 STARTING THE PROGRAM The first time the program runs the serial port will not be configured. This must be selected in the Options screen under the Tools menu. Ensure a serial port (e.g. COM1) on the PC (where the configuration utility is installed) is connected to the PC connector on the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 57

    The user can also start the program through the Window’s Start menu. 1. Click on Start. 2. Click on Programs 3. Click on Honeywell 4. Click on Maxcom Gold Configuration Utility. When the program is opened, the main window is displayed.

  • Page 58

    8.2 STARTING THE PROGRAM, CONTINUED MaxCom Gold Configuration Utility Main Window ® This program uses the features for basic Microsoft Windows navigation. For example: 1) Point and left click to select a menu or option within a menu 2) Point to an Icon or button and left click to activate the function of the icon or button. Note: When the mouse pointer is placed on an icon, the function of the icon is displayed below the icon.

  • Page 59: Communicating With The Maxcom Gold

    8.2.1 Communicating with the MaxCom Gold To define the port settings on the PC where the MaxCom Gold is connected, perform the following steps. 1. Click on Tools on the main menu. 2. Click on Options. a. Serial Port – COM1, COM2, None To change the defined PC port click on the down arrows in the serial port field.

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    8.2.1 Communicating with the MaxCom Gold, Continued e. To exit the window without making any changes, click on the Cancel button. If changes have been made, the program will prompt you to save them. If you want to save changes, click on Yes. If you do not want to save changes, click on No.

  • Page 61: Auto Detection Connection

    8.2.1.1 Auto Detection Connection 1. To have the PC attempt to establish connection between itself and the MaxCom at the available baud rates, click on the Auto Detect Maxcom button. The software will attempt to solicit a status request response from the MaxCom to find out what Baud rate it is currently using.

  • Page 62: Selected Baud Rate Connection

    8.2.1.2 Selected Baud Rate Connection 1. To select a specific baud rate for connection, click on the down arrow in the baud rate field. Point to the desired baud rate and left mouse click. The selected baud rate is displayed in the baud rate field. This is not the setting which will be used by the main application.

  • Page 63: End Communication Between The Pc And The Maxcom Gold

    8.2.1.3 End Communication between the PC and the MaxCom Gold 1. To end communication between the PC and the MaxCom Gold, click on the Close Config button. The message, Connection Closed, is displayed. If you click on Close Config and the PC is not connected to the MaxCom Gold, error messages are displayed.

  • Page 64: Request Status

    8.2.1.4 Request Status To view the connection status between the PC and the MaxCom Gold, click on the Request Status button. The various status messages are displayed: The Maxcom connection is IDLE at xxxxx – the PC and maxcom were connected at the stated baud rate, but the connection was closed.

  • Page 65: Maxcom References

    8.2.1.6 Maxcom References Click on the MaxCom references button to display the configuration of the MaxCom Gold. The hardware configuration (product refs:), the software references and the protocol version are displayed. In the following display, the MaxCom Gold product refs means there are 16 video inputs (cameras) and 2 video outputs (monitors).

  • Page 66: Configuring The Maxcom Gold

    8.3 CONFIGURING THE MAXCOM GOLD The MaxCom Gold is shipped with default configuration files for 8x1, 8x2, 16x2 and 16x1 series MaxCom. The PC configuration software is also embedded with default configurations for the various MaxCom Gold models available. The default configuration can be edited using the PC software utility for the site’s specific needs then transmitted to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 67

    8.3.1 Opening an Embedded File in the PC Configuration Utility for a Default Configuration, Continued 2. Click on Open Configuration Select the configuration from the list that matches your MaxCom Gold configuration and click on Open. For example, if your MaxCom Gold has the connections for 16 cameras and 2 monitors, select (Default 16x2).

  • Page 68: Transmitting A Default Configuration Or Current Configuration From A Maxcom Gold To The Pc Configuration Utility

    8.3.1 Opening an Embedded File in the PC Configuration Utility for a Default Configuration, Continued Note: The application software will check which type of MaxCom you are connecting to and will not allow you to send or receive from a MaxCom with a different number of monitors and / or cameras than that of the open configuration file.

  • Page 69: Programming Auto-sequences

    8.3.2 Transmitting a Default Configuration or Current Configuration from a MaxCom Gold to the PC Configuration Utility, Continued 2. Click on Send and Receive Centre. 3. Select the Entire Configuration, only the Maxcom Settings, only the Camera Settings, or only the System Camera Settings by clicking on the radio button beside the desired option.

  • Page 70

    8.3.3 Programming Auto-Sequences, Continued a. Click on the down arrow beside the MaxCom Icon on the Icon toolbar, then click on Auto Sequence as shown in the display below. b. Click on Configure in the main menu, then MaxCom, then Auto Sequence as shown in the following display.

  • Page 71

    8.3.3 Programming Auto-Sequences, Continued Insert – Using the up and down arrow keys, position the cursor on the line below where you want to insert a camera (or left click over the row you wish to insert on to place the blinking cursor in a textbox in that row) and click the Insert button. For example to insert a camera between stage 3 and stage 4, position the cursor on stage 4 and click on Insert.

  • Page 72: User Privileges

    8.3.3 Programming Auto-Sequences, Continued To move between the fields, use the tab key to move forward one field, use the shift+tab keys simultaneously to move backward one field. Use the up and down arrow keys to move up or down one line. A field can also be selected by pointing to the field and clicking the left mouse button.

  • Page 73

    8.3.4 User Privileges, Continued b. Click on Configure in the main menu, then MaxCom, then User Privileges as shown in the following display. The User Privileges Window is displayed. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Send –...

  • Page 74

    8.3.4 User Privileges, Continued Receive – To transmit the current configuration for user privileges from a MaxCom Gold to the PC configuration utility, click on the receive button. Reload – To return the screen to the default configuration or to the configuration prior to any changes made in an editing session, press the Reload button.

  • Page 75

    Table 4. Default Menu Access for Security Levels Menu Title Medium High Sector Titles Camera Settings Tour Settings Camera Sync Privacy Zones Sector Zones Remote Reset N/A – Navigation Only Power Up Reset Camera Reset Factory Reset Monitor N/A – Navigation Only Auto Sequence Text Brightness System...

  • Page 76: Alarms

    8.3.5 Alarms The MaxCom Gold supports sixteen alarms. The configuration of the alarm (normally open or normally closed) and the system’s action in response to the alarm is programmable through the software configuration utility. 1. There are two ways to access the Alarms programming window: a.

  • Page 77

    8.3.5 Alarms, Continued The Alarm window is displayed. 2. Click on the desired alarm (e.g. click on Alarm 1). The following window shows the default programming for Alarm 1. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Rev.

  • Page 78

    8.3.5 Alarms, Continued Send – After editing the alarm, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold. Receive – To transmit the current configuration for alarms from the MaxCom Gold to the PC configuration utility, click on the receive button. Reload –...

  • Page 79: Monitor Partitioning

    8.3.5 Alarms, Continued 5. Click on Send to send the new configuration for the selected alarm point to the MaxCom Gold. 6. Select another alarm to configure or close the menu by clicking on the X in the upper right corner. 8.3.6 Monitor Partitioning Monitor partitioning defines which keyboard (KBD1 (socket 1), KBD2 (socket 2), RS232, or none) controls which monitor.

  • Page 80

    8.3.6 Monitor Partitioning, Continued The Monitor Partitioning window is displayed. Note: if there is only one monitor in the system, Monitor 2 is not displayed. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 81: Keyboard Camera Privileges

    8.3.6 Monitor Partitioning, Continued 4. Click on Send to send the revised configuration to the MaxCom Gold. Note: this step can be done when all programming is completed using the Send Receive Centre utility. 5. Close the menu by clicking on the X in the upper right corner. 8.3.7 Keyboard Camera Privileges 1.

  • Page 82

    8.3.7 Keyboard Camera Privileges, Continued The Keyboard Camera Privileges window is displayed. 2. Click on the Socket (if other than Socket 1) to define which cameras a keyboard can view and control. 3. Click on the + beside the socket you selected to expand the camera listing below the keyboard socket.

  • Page 83

    8.3.7 Keyboard Camera Privileges, Continued 4. Click on the desired camera to edit. For example, click on Camera 1. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 84: Menu Access Rights

    8.3.8 Menu Access Rights 1. There are two ways to access the Menu Access Rights programming window: a. Click on the down arrow beside the MaxCom Icon on the Icon toolbar, and then click on Menu Access rights as shown in the display below. b.

  • Page 85

    8.3.8 Menu Access Rights, Continued The Menu Access Rights window is displayed. Vertical Scroll Bar – To view more menus, click on the arrows on the vertical scroll bar. One click on an arrow moves the screen up one stage at a time. Holding down the left mouse button while pointing to an up or down arrow, continuously scrolls through the stages until the mouse button is released or the end of the available menus (1-40) is reached.

  • Page 86: Settings

    8.3.8 Menu Access Rights, Continued Edit Access Medium (Menu 1-40) – Point to the down arrow beside the field and select YES or NO. If yes is selected, a user with a medium security level has access to the menu. If no is selected, a user with a medium security level is denied access to the menu.

  • Page 87

    8.3.9 Settings, Continued b. Click on Configure in the main menu, then MaxCom, then Settings as shown in the following display. The settings window is displayed. Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

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    8.3.9 Settings, Continued There are several buttons on the bottom of the window: Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold. Receive – To transmit the current configuration of the MaxCom settings stored in a MaxCom Gold to the PC configuration utility, click on the receive button.

  • Page 89: Configuring Cameras

    8.3.9 Settings, Continued Pre-Alarm Position – Point to the down arrow beside the field and select Not Returned or Returned. Alarm Buzzer – Point to the down arrow beside the field and select Enabled or Disabled. If the alarm buzzer is enabled, a buzzer is activated upon alarm activation. If the alarm buzzer is disabled, the buzzer is not activated upon alarm activation.

  • Page 90

    8.4.1 Camera Setup, Continued b. Click on Configure (main menu), then Camera, and then Camera Setup. The camera setup menu is displayed. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 91

    8.4.1 Camera Setup, Continued 2. Edit the field as desired for your configuration. Camera Number - this field cannot be edited. The camera number is the camera BNC connector number that the camera is physically connected to on the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 92: Preset Titles

    8.4.1 Camera Setup, Continued 3. Click on Save to save any changes you have made. 4. Click on Send to transmit the configuration for camera setup to the MaxCom Gold. Note: this step can be done when all programming is completed using the Send Receive Centre utility.

  • Page 93

    8.4.2 Preset Titles, Continued The Preset Titles menu is displayed. 2. Click on the desired camera. For example, click on Camera 1. A listing of the Presets (0-15) for Camera 1 are displayed. To view more Presets, use the up and down arrows on the vertical scroll bar.

  • Page 94: Privacy Zones

    8.4.2 Preset Titles, Continued There are several buttons on the bottom of the window to assist the user. Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold. Receive – To transmit the current configuration of Preset Titles stored in a MaxCom Gold to the PC configuration utility, click on the receive button.

  • Page 95

    8.4.3 Privacy Zones, Continued a. Click on the down arrow beside the dome icon and then select Privacy Zones. b. Click on Configure (main menu), then Camera, and then Preset Titles. The privacy zone menu is displayed. Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 96

    8.4.3 Privacy Zones, Continued 2. Select the camera. In the above example, there are 16 cameras shown. If your MaxCom Gold supports eight (8) cameras, only cameras 1 through 8 will be displayed. For example, click on camera 1. The following menu is displayed. Vertical Scroll Bar –...

  • Page 97

    8.4.3 Privacy Zones, Continued 3. To change the type, click on the down arrow beside the Type field and click on Preset or Privacy Zone. Note: the preset must be programmed prior to defining it as a privacy zone. 4. Click on Save to save any changes you have made. Note: If you click on another camera prior to saving changes, the system will prompt you to save your changes.

  • Page 98: Sector Titles

    8.4.4 Sector Titles 1. Access the Sector Titles menu. The menu can be accessed two ways: a. Click on the down arrow beside the dome icon and then select Sector Titles. b. Click on Configure (main menu), then Camera, and then Sector Titles. The Sector Titles menu is displayed.

  • Page 99

    8.4.4 Sector Titles, Continued 2. Click on the desired camera. For example, click on Camera 1. A listing of the Sector (1-16) for Camera 1 are displayed. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window: Send – After editing the fields, click on the Send button to transmit the configuration to the MaxCom Gold.

  • Page 100: Tours

    8.4.4 Sector Titles, Continued No – discards any changes you made in the current window and opens the window for the selected camera. Cancel – aborts the action of selecting a different camera and returns the user to the Preset Titles window for the previously selected camera. 5.

  • Page 101

    8.4.5 Tours, Continued b. Click on Configure in the main menu, then Camera, then Tours as shown in the following display. The Tours window is displayed. 2. Click on the + beside the camera you want to program. Note: In the following menu displays, there are sixteen cameras shown.

  • Page 102

    8.4.5 Tours, Continued 3. Click on the tour you want to program for the selected Camera. For example, click on Tour 1. The window for programming Camera 1, Tour 1 is displayed. There are several buttons on the bottom of the window and the side of the window to assist the user in programming and editing the tour Append –...

  • Page 103

    8.4.5 Tours, Continued Vertical Scroll Bar – To view more stages, click on the arrows on the scroll bar. One click on an arrow moves the screen up one stage at a time. Holding down the left mouse button while pointing to an up or down arrow, continuously scrolls through the stages until the mouse button is released or the end of the available stages (1-128) is reached.

  • Page 104: Alarms

    8.4.6 Alarms This menu option is not available at this time. 8.4.7 Contact Tables This menu option is not available at this time. Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 105: Section 9: Max Flash Utility

    SECTION 9: MAX Flash Utility 9.0 INTRODUCTION A PC software utility for upgrading the software in the MaxCom Gold is provided on the CD supplied with your unit. Perform the following steps to install the software on a Windows-based PC. 9.1 AUTO-RUN If Auto-Run is enabled on your computer, the software installation program will be activated when the CD is placed in the CD-rom drive.

  • Page 106

    9.2 MANUAL INSTALLATION, CONTINUED 4) Click on Browse..5) Click on the down arrow beside the “Look in:” field. Locate the CD drive (e.g. drive E:) and click on it so it appears in the “Look in” field. 6) The files and folders on the CD are displayed as shown in the illustration above. Click on the file Setup.exe then click on Open.

  • Page 107

    9.2 MANUAL INSTALLATION, CONTINUED 8. Click on OK to begin setup. 9. The directory where the software will be installed is displayed. In the above example, it will be installed on the C: drive in the Program Files Folder then in the maxFlashApp folder.

  • Page 108: Starting The Maxflash Program

    Owners Installation Guide for pin-out assignments and cabling requirements. 1. Click on Start. 2. Click on Programs. 3. If you selected the Program Group, Honeywell during the installation process, Click on Honeywell. Otherwise, locate the Program Group you selected during the software installation process and click on it.

  • Page 109: Transmit Rom From The Pc To The Maxcom Gold

    9.3 STARTING THE MAXFLASH PROGRAM, CONTINUED When the program is opened, the main window is displayed. 9.3.1 Transmit ROM from the PC to the MaxCom Gold To update the software in the MaxCom Gold, perform the following procedure. 1. Select the correct communication settings (COM port and baud rate) for your configuration.

  • Page 110

    9.3.1 Transmit ROM from the PC to the MaxCom Gold, Continued 2. Click on the Transmit ROM button. A dialogue box appears for selecting the file you want to transmit. The filename for this example is maxcom_gold.a48. 3. Click on the file to highlight it, and then click on Open. Rev.

  • Page 111

    9.3.1 Transmit ROM from the PC to the MaxCom Gold, Continued 4. After a short while, the following screen appears. 5. When the file has completed the transmission, it flashes the MaxCom Gold with the transmitted file. During the flash process, the following message is displayed. Rev.

  • Page 112

    9.3.1 Transmit ROM from the PC to the MaxCom Gold, Continued After the flashing process is complete, the following screen is displayed. The software in the MaxCom Gold has been successfully updated. Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 113: Receive Rom From The Maxcom Gold To The Pc

    9.3.2 Receive ROM from the MaxCom Gold to the PC To transmit the software in the MaxCom Gold to your PC, perform the following procedure. 1. Select the correct communication settings (COM port and baud rate) for your configuration. 2. Click on the Receive ROM button. A dialogue box appears for selecting the location for storing the file and naming the file.

  • Page 114

    9.3.2 Receive ROM from the MaxCom Gold to the PC, Continued The following screen is displayed. When the file has completed downloading to the PC, the following screen is displayed. Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

  • Page 115

    Notes: Rev. 1 900.0560 18-July-2005...

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