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ACUIX™ES
PTZ Analog Dome
Installation and
Configuration Guide
Document 800-01949 – Rev D – 05/09

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  • Page 1 ACUIX™ES PTZ Analog Dome Installation and Configuration Guide Document 800-01949 – Rev D – 05/09...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 07/08 New document for pre-production release. 09/08 Updated and corrected with information from beta for product release 10/08 Corrections (1) Fig 2-11 screw callout description (2) NA Manufacturer's Declaration of Conformance (3) Tables 2-2 and 2-3 (NTSC and PAL default DIP switch settings) deleted and replaced with new Table 2-2.
  • Page 3: Explanation Of Symbols

    Explanation of Symbols WARNING! The exclamation point in a red octagon is a WARNING. Failure to take or avoid a specific action could result in physical harm to a person or irreparable damage to equipment. Caution The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle alerts the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the enclosure of the product that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to the person.
  • Page 4 Users of the product are responsible for checking and 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 5: Warnings And Cautions

    Warnings and Cautions Read the following cautions and warnings prior to installation and use of this product. Installation and servicing must be performed by qualified personnel in accordance with local codes and regulations. To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the wall/ceiling in accordance with the installation instructions.
  • Page 6: Warranty And Service

    Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. Warranty and Service Subject to the terms and conditions listed on the Product Warranty Card, during the warranty period Honeywell will repair or replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective products returned prepaid.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    ACUIX ES Terminology and Features ........
  • Page 8 Configuring the ACUIX ES ........
  • Page 9 Figures Figure 1-1 ACUIX ES Hardware Components ......15 Figure 2-1...
  • Page 11 ACUIX ES Terminology ........
  • Page 13: Introduction To The Acuix Es Ptz Dome

    Introduction to the ACUIX ES PTZ Dome In this section: • About Using This Guide, page 13, including where to find more information and this document’s typographical conventions. • ACUIX ES Terminology and Features, page 14, including the features that are configured using the on-screen display (OSD).
  • Page 14: Acuix Es Terminology And Features

    Introduction to the ACUIX ES PTZ Dome Font What it represents Example Lucida The message Unauthorized displays Text strings displayed on the OSD menu. (object) entered. Swiss721 • Words or characters that are typed. • Enter the password BT Bold •...
  • Page 15: Contacts

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Figure 1-1 ACUIX ES Hardware Components Housing Lower dome Dome Pendant mounts Contacts Contacts can detect a door opening or window breakage, for example. Using the on-screen display (OSD), you can program up to four normally open or closed conditions to activate a preset, preset tour or mimic tour.
  • Page 16: Mimic Tours

    60. Presets The ACUIX ES supports over 64 presets, and each preset can have a 24-character alphanumeric name. There are two types of presets: A special preset that is a shortcut to a function, for example, opening the OSD menus; and an operator created/programmed set of commands (pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris setting).
  • Page 17: Sectors

    Sector titles on the video display for 1.5 seconds per Sector. See Configuring Sectors page 66. Dome Model Numbers and Camera Specifications Table 1-2 ACUIX ES Dome Models Description NTSC Model PAL Model Number Number...
  • Page 18: Important Information About Protocols

    In general, protocols allow cross compatibility between products and manufacturers. Because the ACUIX ES PTZ dome is designed to work with a variety of controllers, DVRs and other hardware, deciding what protocol to use when setting up a system is challenging.
  • Page 19: Controller And Protocol Compatibility

    IntelliBus Protocol When ACUIX ES is network connected to a PC-based DVR (such as the Honeywell Rapid Eye™) and set to the IntelliBus protocol, you can: Download an ACUIX ES configuration to a PC for later use: After completing the user programming of the dome (presets, mimic tours, preset tours, and privacy zones), you can upload the configuration data to a PC for safekeeping.
  • Page 20: Cabling Recommendations And Cautions

    Table 1-5 for wire gauges and distances. See Table 1-6 the recommended power supplies for use with the indoor ACUIX ES. If required, refer to other hardware installation guides to determine cabling requirements based on the individual configuration. See Finding More Information on page 13.
  • Page 21: Maximum Distances For Video, Data, Power, Contact And Utp Cabling

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Maximum Distances for Video, Data, Power, Contact and UTP Cabling Installation of cable gauges and distances that are outside the scope of Table 1-4 Table 1-5 are undertaken solely at the installer’s risk and responsibility. Note The terms shielded and unshielded are interchangable with screened and unscreened, respectively.
  • Page 22: Power Distances And Supplies

    Introduction to the ACUIX ES PTZ Dome Power Distances and Supplies Table 1-5 Power Distances for 24V AC or 12V DC Power Supply Wire Gauge (AWG) Feet Meters 0.21 Doubled 24 0.21 x 2 24V AC 0.21 Doubled 24 0.21 x 2...
  • Page 23: Table 1-7 Typical 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable Specifications

    Table 1-8 shows the distances and UTP options suitable for ACUIX ES domes. Requires one wire pair per dome. It can support up to four domes on a single CAT5 cable. Adhere as closely as possible to the following recommendations when installing with CAT5 cable and UTP receiving equipment.
  • Page 24: Rs485 Twisted-Pair Telemetry

    Introduction to the ACUIX ES PTZ Dome Table 1-8 CAT5 Cabling and UTP Options Distance Receiver model and Description Video Telemetry (Telemetry over Video) Up to 500 feet NV-212A video transceiver. Cable (150 meters) must be within the same building as...
  • Page 25: Coax Control

    ES Installation and Configuration Guide Coax Control The ACUIX ES domes support telemetry control over coaxial cable. The dome must be set to VCL UTC for coaxial telemetry. The telemetry mode is auto sensing. If no RS485 connection is sensed, then the dome operates via coaxial telemetry.
  • Page 26 Introduction to the ACUIX ES PTZ Dome...
  • Page 27: Installing The Acuix Es

    Installing the ACUIX ES In this section: • Installation Warnings and Cautions, page 27. • DIP Switch Default Settings and Locations, page 28. • Selecting Video Over Coaxial Cable or Unshielded Twisted Pair (SW1), page 33. • Setting the Baud Rate, Parity and Protocol (SW2 and SW3), page 34.
  • Page 28: Setting The Switches

    Installing the ACUIX ES • To make good wire contact and ensure the wire does not short to adjacent wires, fully insert the wire in the hole on the terminal strip. • Ensure there are no bare wires touching or faulty operation may occur.
  • Page 29: Figure 2-1 Location Of Switches Sw2, Sw3 And Sw4 And Rs485 Termination Switch Sw5Rs485 Termina

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Figure 2-1 Location of Switches SW2, SW3 and SW4 and RS485 Termination Switch SW5RS485 Termination Skirt / scan assembly SW5 on other side Skirt / scan assembly SW2, 3 and 4 on other side Figure 2-2 Example of a DIP Switch Setting Positions 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7 set to OFF...
  • Page 30: Figure 2-3 Video Selection Switch Sw1 And Wiring P1, P2, And P3 Locations

    Installing the ACUIX ES Figure 2-3 Video Selection Switch SW1 and Wiring P1, P2, and P3 Locations The base of the pendant, surface mount or in- ceiling housing and scan BNC Connector assembly has these switches and plugs. Shown is the pendant or surface mount.
  • Page 31: Table 2-1 Default Dip Switch Settings For Ntsc Or Pal Camera Models

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Note NTSC or PAL settings are camera model dependent. See Table 1-2 ACUIX ES Dome Models, page for a list of available NTSC or PAL cameras. Table 2-1 Default DIP Switch Settings for NTSC or PAL Camera Models...
  • Page 32: Table 2-2 Typical Dip Switch Settings By Protocol

    Installing the ACUIX ES Table 2-2 Typical DIP Switch Settings by Protocol...
  • Page 33: Selecting Video Over Coaxial Cable Or Unshielded Twisted Pair (Sw1)

    UTP video balun enabled, to be used with 120 Ohm UTP video operation. Control Over Coaxial Cable For control over coaxial cable, the ACUIX ES must be set to VCL video telemetry (control over coax) protocol and must be controlled using an HMAX082 or HMAX162 control unit with HKJMMTP joystick controller.
  • Page 34: Setting The Baud Rate, Parity And Protocol (Sw2 And Sw3)

    Installing the ACUIX ES Setting the Baud Rate, Parity and Protocol (SW2 and SW3) Set the baud rate and parity on SW2. See Figure 2-1. Carefully place the SW2 switch in the required positions if different from the defaults. •...
  • Page 35: Setting The Rs485 Control Data Termination (Sw5)

    (Default) Not terminated: Switch OFF (away from ON). • Terminated in 120 Ohm: Switch ON. Setting the Dome Address (SW4) Note Each dome requires a unique address. The ACUIX ES can be addressed from 001 to 255. The default address is 001. Locate SW4. See Figure 2-1.
  • Page 36: Table 2-5 Address Binary Conversion Table

    Installing the ACUIX ES Table 2-5 Address Binary Conversion Table Binary Value/Dome SW4-1 SW4-2 SW4-3 SW4-4 SW4-5 SW4-6 SW4-7 SW4-8 Address (16) (32) (64) (128) (diagnostic mode only)
  • Page 37: Completing The Wiring Connections To Plugs 1, 2 And 3

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Completing the Wiring Connections to Plugs 1, 2 and 3 Note Review Cabling Recommendations and Cautions, page prior to completing this section. Connecting the Power and RS485 Data Wiring A good earth ground must be connected at the 5-pin connector, P1, pin 2. Surge, ESD and EMC performance will be compromised if the unit is not connected to a good earth ground.
  • Page 38: Figure 2-4 Rs485 Daisychain Wiring (Up To 32 Domes): Control At One End

    Installing the ACUIX ES RS485 Termination and Wiring Switch SW5 For the RS485 daisychain wiring, the data cable shield/screen should be carried through all units by connecting the cable shields together. Connect the cable shield at the control unit. The factory RS485 termination default is unterminated. RS485 communication is terminated using switch SW5.
  • Page 39: Connecting The Optional Contact Input Wiring

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Connecting the Optional Contact Input Wiring All contact input connections MUST be passive contacts. Note The contact cabling should not be terminated until standard operation of the dome is tested. The plugs for the 3- and 9-pin connections to the contact inputs are located on the scan assembly.
  • Page 40: Installing The Dome

    2-6. Note All ACUIX ES pendant/surface mount shipments include both the skirt and top cap. Use the part appropriate to the installation; the other is a spare part. In addition to the other items normally supplied by the installer, the following may be required for the surface installation: •...
  • Page 41: Figure 2-6 Indoor Pendant Ceiling And Wall Mount Dimensions

    3.54” (90.0 mm) 9.45” (240.0 mm) 0.43” (11 mm) dia. Indoor Pendant Wall Mount Table 2-9 ACUIX ES Pendant Ceiling and Wall Mount Specifications Ceiling Mount Wall Mount Dimensions 14.76" (375 mm) (H) x 5.51" (140 5.51" (140 mm) (H) x 4.57" (116 mm) (W) x 4.57"...
  • Page 42: Figure 2-7 Insert Cover Into Skirt Or Top Cap And Turn To Secure

    Installing the ACUIX ES How to Install a Pendant or Surface Dome Select a location to install the components and applicable mount and run the field wiring through the skirt or top cap: Indoor Pendant (ceiling or wall mount) Drill the mount hole size into the ceiling or wall. For ceiling and wall mount hole...
  • Page 43: Installing In-Ceiling Domes

    Dropped (False) Ceiling Remove the ceiling panel at the dome location. Place the ceiling tile on the dropped ceiling plate (Honeywell part number 517082-7130). Trim the ceiling tile and press it into the dropped ceiling plate. Document 800-01949 Rev D...
  • Page 44: Figure 2-9 In Ceiling Scan Assembly With Switch, Plugs And Bnc Connector

    Installing the ACUIX ES Using the mounting template, cut a 7 5/8” (194 mm) diameter hole in the ceiling tile flush with the hole in the center of the plate. If required, secure a safety cable to a building support structure.
  • Page 45: Figure 2-10 Stagger The Wing Tabs

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Make sure the wing tabs on the housing are staggered so the tabs are not at the same height See Figure 2-10. Position the wing tabs flat against the housing. Using a Phillips screwdriver, turn the three screws in the housing clockwise to rotate the tabs out and tighten the tabs against the ceiling.
  • Page 46 Installing the ACUIX ES...
  • Page 47: Configuring The Acuix Es

    Confirm there is manual control of the dome using the controller. To manually control an ACUIX ES and pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris, the address must be selected as the control dome. If the dome ID is turned on (see...
  • Page 48: Step 2: Turn On (Power Up) The Dome And Find The Mechanical Home

    For other protocols (VCL, VCL UTC, Pelco P, Pelco D and IntelliBus) there is no command to find home during regular operation. Step 3: Learn How to Use the Special Presets There are several special presets reserved for controlling and programming the ACUIX ES. Programming Preset Tours on page to program new presets.
  • Page 49: Table 3-2 Special Presets Based On Protocol

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Note For Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD switch settings and special presets, see Appendix A. Table 3-2 Special Presets Based on Protocol Preset Function Protocol Cross Reference Recover encrypted user login PIN and GUID page 75 Enable broadcast command receive mode MAXPRO-mode, VCL,...
  • Page 50: Step 4: Open The Osd Menu And Start Configuring

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Accessing Special Presets • Press [preset number] > Preset button on the controller. Using the Flashback Preset • Press 96 > Preset to toggle between two saved positions and quickly return to a scene of interest.
  • Page 51: Exiting Or Escaping From A Menu

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Exiting or Escaping from a Menu Note Depending on the protocol used, for example with the HJZTP controller, the monitor displays different exit instructions. To exit or escape from a menu (VCL): The monitor displays press Iris Close. Press Iris (-). •...
  • Page 52: Figure 3-1 On-Screen Menu Layout Sony Fcb-Ex45C Color Camera

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Figure 3-1 On-Screen Menu Layout Sony FCB-EX45C Color Camera...
  • Page 53: Configuring Display, Control, And Camera Menu Functions

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Configuring Display, Control, and Camera Menu Functions Note Remember, open the OSD by pressing 90 > Preset. After each step it is assumed that you exit and save after each task using the applicable method based on the protocol and controller.
  • Page 54: Configuring The Controller Settings - Pan And Tilt Reverse

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Task/Action with Default Notes Setting a Dome Name • Select 2 Display Options > 9 Dome Name See Note 2. Settings > 1 Set Dome Name > enter a 24-alphanumeric name for the dome. Depending on the protocol, use either arrows or the joystick to scroll the number and letter choices.
  • Page 55: Configuring The Pan, Tilt And Zoom (Ptz) And Dome Control Settings

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Configuring the Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) and Dome Control Settings Task/Action with Default Notes Turning the Pan and Tilt Speed Range (PASS) ON and OFF • Select 3 Control Options > 1 PASS > ON PASS is a function of the lens zoom angle.
  • Page 56: Configuring The Image Quality And Video Display Settings

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Task/Action with Default Notes Setting the Pan Offset Select 3 Control Options > 4 Set Pan and Tilt • Pelco P and D protocols only: The pan offset Options > 6 Pan Offset > 1 Pan Offset > ON.
  • Page 57: Setting The Maximum Digital Zoom Magnification Level

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Note The menu option Camera Options > Nightshot Control is not available with the Sony FCB EX-45C camera block. Task/Action with Default Notes Setting the Maximum Digital Zoom Magnification Level • Select 5 Camera Options > 1 Zoom > 1 Max Digital Zoom Mag >...
  • Page 58: Selecting The High Or Low Light Wb Mode

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Task/Action with Default Notes Selecting the High or Low Light WB Mode Select 5 Camera Options > 4 White Balance > • AUTO = avoids fixing single color scenes as white. Auto Tracing White Balance with limitations •...
  • Page 59: Configuring Default Functions: Presets And Tours

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Configuring Default Functions: Presets and Tours Task/Action with Default Notes Setting the Default Function Values 1. Select 3 Control Options > 5 Set Default • FUN: The function displays on the screen as Function > enter values into each field as required: PS=preset, PT=preset tour, or MT= mimic tour.
  • Page 60: Configuring Mimic Tours

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Configuring Mimic Tours Table 3-3 Mimic Tour Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Programming a Mimic Tour Select the applicable preset number or use the The dome stores the commands in the order performed function programming menu: during the 120 seconds (two minutes).
  • Page 61: Configuring Presets And Preset Tours

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Configuring Presets and Preset Tours Note Presets are also called PreShots on some controllers. Continuous preset tour operation for extended periods of time (more than eight hours) is not recommended. Continuous operation results in increased zoom lens wear and maintenance expense.
  • Page 62: Turning Preset Tour Auto Focus On Or Off

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Table 3-4 Preset and Preset Tour Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Turning Preset Tour Auto Focus ON or OFF • Select 3 Control Options > 7 Preset Tour Auto • ON auto focuses the lens while running a preset tour.
  • Page 63: Configuring Privacy Zones

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Configuring Privacy Zones Note When setting up privacy zones with the Sony FCB EX-45C camera, the coordinates displayed on screen prior to saving increase by four times (4x) once saved. In other words, a 1x1 square on screen is saved and displays as a 4x4 square for that privacy zone.
  • Page 64: Assigning Or Editing Privacy Zone Priority Order

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Table 3-5 Privacy Zone Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Assigning or Editing Privacy Zone Priority Order Select 6 Function Programming > 3 Privacy Use this menu to organize or edit the order of priority for privacy zones. Priority 1 has the highest priority Zone Options >...
  • Page 65: Deleting Privacy Zones One At A Time

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Table 3-5 Privacy Zone Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Setting the Privacy Zone Security Level to High or Low Ensure you have manual control of the dome. Even if the user or privacy zone login PIN is disabled, a password is still required to enter the Admin Press 75 Preset.
  • Page 66: Configuring Sectors

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Configuring Sectors Table 3-6 Sector Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Programming a Sector Select 2 Display Options > 2 Sectors > ON to • If the upper right tilt position is below the lower left tilt position, the message Illegal Tilt turn on the Sector title display.
  • Page 67: Configuring Contacts/Alarms (Optional)

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Table 3-6 Sector Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Viewing a List of Sectors • Select 6 Function Programming > 4 List The list is generated on screen of all programmed PS/PT/Sectors > 3 Sectors. sector.
  • Page 68: Table 3-7 Contact Functions

    Configuring the ACUIX ES Table 3-7 Contact Functions Task/Action with Default Notes Programming Contacts Select 3 Control Options > 3 Program Alarms > • If a contact is disabled, the dome does not 1 Program Alarms. respond to a change of state nor does it perform the programmed preset, preset tour, or mimic Select the contact number between 1 and 4 to set.
  • Page 69: Table 3-8 Program Contact Submenu: Contact States

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Table 3-8 Program Contact Submenu: Contact States Then Contact is disabled The dome ignores a change of state in the contact input. Contact is enabled and The dome ignores a change of state in the contact input. not programmed Contact is enabled and The dome performs the action programmed for the contact input when a change of...
  • Page 70 Configuring the ACUIX ES...
  • Page 71: System Administration And Settings

    System Administration and Settings In this section: • Resetting or Restoring the Dome to Factory Defaults, page 71. • Resetting the Camera Lens, page 72. • Clearing the Memory, page 73. • Changing Dome Address, Protocol, Parity or Baud Rate, page 73. •...
  • Page 72: Restoring Factory Defaults

    System Administration and Settings Restoring Factory Defaults There are two types of factory defaults that can be restored either directly on the dome using a DIP switch or via the OSD Diagnostic Options menu. There is an important distinction between the two. •...
  • Page 73: Clearing The Memory

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Clearing the Memory • Select 4 Diagnostics Options > 3 Clear the Memory > Y or N to cancel. The message Extreme Caution: This will delete all of the alarms, Presets, Preset Tours and Sectors that are stored in memory displays but clearing the memory does not clear the language selection or programmed Privacy Zones.
  • Page 74: Changing The Address, Protocol, Parity Or Baud Rate Using The Osd

    System Administration and Settings Changing the Address, Protocol, Parity or Baud Rate Using the OSD Changing these settings can cause loss of communication between the controller and the dome. Do not go above the limit of the controller as this may result in you losing control of the dome.
  • Page 75: Working With Passwords And Pins

    Even if the User or Privacy Zone Login PIN is disabled, you still require a password to enter the Admin Login/Passwords menu. Ensure you have manual control of the ACUIX ES. Press 75 > Preset > enter the password (1000 = default).
  • Page 76: Resetting A Privacy Zone Password (Diamond Or Intellibus Only)

    Special presets 73 and 74 enable and disable the broadcast command receive mode. When enabled, all ACUIX ES domes receive all the commands sent from the controller to any dome address. For example, an operator might want to standardize the on-screen display (OSD) language displayed on the monitors for all the domes in the system.
  • Page 77: Displaying The Run Time Counter On The Monitor

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide To disable the Broadcast Command Receive Mode, select 74 + Preset. The message BROADCAST RX MODE OFF displays on the monitor for a few seconds. The letter B is now not displayed at the end of the dome label. Displaying the Run Time Counter on the Monitor •...
  • Page 78 System Administration and Settings...
  • Page 79: Appendix A Pelco P_Ad And Pelco D_Ad Protocols

    Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD Protocols Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD Protocol DIP Switch Settings Table A-1 Switch SW3 (1-5) Settings Protocol Name Switch SW3 Positions Pelco P_AD Pelco D_AD Document 800-01949 Rev D 05/09...
  • Page 80: Pelco P_Ad And Pelco D_Ad Special Presets

    Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD Protocols Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD Special Presets Step 3: Learn How to Use the Special Presets on page for instructions to use the special presets. Enter the preset numbers in the table below for each task when using the Pelco P_AD and Pelco D_AD protocols.
  • Page 81: Index

    ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide Index camera Numerics definition lens, resetting 49, 10BaseT/100BaseT networks msg, displaying 180 degree auto pivot options menu 56–58 2 degree tilt limit specifications 24V AC / 12V DC, power distances and supplies CAT5 cables 21, 22–25 3 pin or 9-pin inputs CE compliance...
  • Page 82 NTSC and PAL, settings factory defaults, restoring 31, restoring 31, false ceiling. see dropped ceiling deleting features, ACUIX ES mimic tours finding home 48, presets from a preset tour firmware 19, presets or preset tours flashback 15, 49,...
  • Page 83 ACUIX ES Installation and Configuration Guide NTSC default protocol default switch settings labels, sectors 17, dome model numbers language, OSD, changing gain setting and shutter speed lens, resetting camera 49, invalid settings, default listing presets and preset tours sectors low light wb mode. see white balance mode lower dome on-screen display menu.
  • Page 84 Index preset tours RS485 clearing memory and data cable contacts and data wiring default function and termination 29, 31, 35, description twisted pair telemetry programming 61–62 run time counter, displaying special presets running presets mimic tours clearing memory preset tours default function and tours, preset and mimic description...
  • Page 85 49, list of sectors telemetry 23, 24, 25, wall mounts, installing terminology, ACUIX ES white balance (WB) text display settings. see display settings wire gauge, 24V AC and 12V DC tilt reverse wiring...
  • Page 86 Document 800-01949 – Rev D – 05/09 © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.