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SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER
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    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER WARNING! TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. CAUTION! RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN! CAUTION! TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

  • Page 2

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Read Instructions - All the 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 to.

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    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into this unit through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.

  • Page 4: Password

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Lithium Battery Warning / Lithiumbatterien CAUTION: Danger of explosion if battery incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to manufacturer’s instructions. WARNING: Electrostatic-sensitive device.

  • Page 5

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The initial password, supplied with the unit for the Operator menu system, is: Password 1, The password for the Installer menus is: Password 2, The password for resetting your multiplexer to the factory settings is: Password 3, You should change the password for the menu systems (passwords 1 &...

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  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS................. 10 UNPACKING ....................10 ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT ..............10 LOCATION ....................10 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ................... 10 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ..............13 CONNECTIONS ..................13 CAMERA INPUTS ..................14 VCR CONNECTIONS................. 14 MONITOR CONNECTIONS................

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    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER 3.6.2 FREEZE OPERATION ..............29 3.6.3 ZOOM ....................29 3.6.4 SELECTING VCR AS AN INPUT (VCR VIEW) .......29 3.6.5 SUMMER / WINTER TIME CHANGE..........30 3.6.6 MACRO FUNCTIONS ..............30 OPERATOR MENUS ..................33 3.7.1 OPERATOR MENU ITEMS ..............35 3.7.2 NAVIGATING THE OPERATOR MENU SYSTEM ......35 3.7.3 THE AVAILABLE MENUS..............36...

  • Page 9: Controls And Indicators

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER CONTROLS AND INDICATORS FRONT PANEL CONTROLS Live Record Play Enter MULTIPLEXER SW-D7000U POWER LIVE PLAY A LT { F} MULTI SPOT ZOOM MENU Alarm Zoom Camera Select Key 1-9 Arrow Key Menu Function Sequence Freeze...

  • Page 10: Installation Instructions

    This manual describes the installation, operation and programming of the SW-D7000U color duplex multiplexers. The SW-D7000U multiplexer is designed as a color video record and Playback system. This unit allows the simultaneous recording of multiple camera inputs on a security recording devices. Live video inputs and recorded video when Played-back can also be viewed in several different multi-screen configurations.

  • Page 11

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The SW-D7000U is a single integrated unit, housed in a 19" rack-mountable enclosure. The front panel contains all operator control keys and indications, while the looping video inputs, the video outputs, the alarm inputs and outputs, and the remote control connectors are housed on the rear panel.

  • Page 12

    NOTE: The SW-D7000U will NOT set the VCR speeds which must be set up separately on the VCR. How Playback works: When Playing back multiplexed recordings which were originally recorded from a SW-D7000U compatible multiplexer, time stamped video fields are received from a VCR connected to the VCR input connector or Y/C input on the SW-D7000U's rear panel, each field being uniquely identified by its own digital data packet.

  • Page 13: Front Panel Controls

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER FRONT PANEL CONTROLS The front panel contains all the operator control keys and indicators, while the video inputs, video outputs, alarm inputs and outputs, and the remote control connections are on the rear panel. The unit has DC 12V power and is supplied with an external AC power supply...

  • Page 14: Camera Inputs

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Monitor B output VCR outputs composite Y/C, composite Alarm, Vext & Accessory Monitor A outputs VCR inputs RS-232C RS-485 connections, DB-25 composite, Y/C composite, Y/C RS-485 RS-23 2-1 SVHS SVHS 12 VDC Camera BNC inputs...

  • Page 15: Monitor Connections

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Composite Video VCR Connections SVHS or Y/C VCR Connections SVHS SVHS COMP SVHS COMP SVHS Multiplexer Multiplexer Refer to the specific instructions provided with your VCR and connect the multiplexer’s Record output to the VIDEO IN connector on your VCR and the multiplexer’s Play input to the VIDEO OUT connector on your VCR.

  • Page 16: Alarm Inputs

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER ALARM INPUTS Each alarm input can be triggered by a relay contact from devices such as smoke detectors, passive infrareds (PIR), pressure pads etc. (refer to the relevant instructions). The alarms are disabled while the menu system is active.

  • Page 17: Power

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The VEXT input (camera switch input) is for connecting from the VCR to your multiplexer. The VCR uses it to tell the multiplexer each time it has recorded an image. The multiplexer then transmits the next image on its VCR record output (VIDEO IN on the VCR).

  • Page 18: Live Mode Operation

    Play mode each camera can be displayed once only on each multi-screen. To select any camera for display in any cameo in a Live multi-screen, the SW-D7000U uses the concept of “Active Cameos”.

  • Page 19: Full-screen Displays On Monitor-a

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Selecting the active cameo mode: ENTER Press the key while displaying any multi-screen. The top left cameo will be the initial active cameo. The active cameo is indicated by flashing the camera number and its title.

  • Page 20: Autolist

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER SEQUENCE Select any full screen display by pressing the camera number, and then press the key. To stop full screen sequencing on Monitor-A: SEQUENCE Press again, or press any camera key, or press the MULTISCREEN key.

  • Page 21: Changing Positions And Colors Of Titles

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Select the multi-screen for PIP on Monitor-A. Using the arrow keys changes the PIP size and position. The up/down arrows will change its position, and the left/right arrows will change its size, left being smaller and right being larger.

  • Page 22: Recording

    VCR output of the SW-D7000U, not recorded images. Record Speed Indicator on Monitor-A: During recording, the SW-D7000U indicates the speed at which it is recording on Monitor-A. It uses the same time-format for the indicator as is generally used by time lapse VCRs. For...

  • Page 23: Play Mode: Monitor-a Displays

    If tapes cannot be decoded: If the SW-D7000U, MULTIPLEXER cannot decode a tape that is being Played back, the system will display a blank screen. The fields will not be decoded or separated. There are two possible reasons why a tape cannot be decoded: "...

  • Page 24: Play Mode: Monitor-b Displays

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The indicator ‘V’ will be displayed in the corresponding camera cameo ( ‘VDL’ if full screen), if there was video loss at the time that the recording was made. NOTE: Any camera which is not detected on tape for 8 or more consecutive cycles during Playback, and is not flagged as a video loss camera, will result in the warning message ‘N/A’, signifying that it is Not Available.

  • Page 25: Play Mode: Sequencing During Playback

    Use the left/right arrow keys to adjust the contrast. ALARMS The SW-D7000U are equipped with one alarm input per camera input, each of which is normally associated with its corresponding live video input. An active alarm input can result in an on-screen indication on both Monitor-A and Monitor-B, a flashing front panel LED, an internal buzzer and automatic modification of the record list to give the camera in alarm a higher update rate.

  • Page 26: Manual Alarm Activation ( Pseudo Alarm )

    During alarms, the SW-D7000U can automatically adjust the record list so that any cameras in alarm are recorded at a higher rate. Macro functions, which can execute several pre-recorded keystrokes automatically, can be activated by any alarm input.

  • Page 27: Alarm Displays In Play Mode

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER was active on Monitor-B before the alarm, then Monitor-B will continue to sequence after the alarm is cleared. 3.4.3 ALARM DISPLAYS IN PLAY MODE Monitor-A during Play mode - Recorded Alarms: In the Play mode the Monitor-A display will not automatically provide custom alarm displays based on recorded alarm status.

  • Page 28: Activity Detection

    2 seconds after the motion has ceased. If alarm input is activated by one of the SW-D7000U internal motion detector channels, the unit will react in exactly the same way as for any other external sensor activating that alarm input.

  • Page 29: Freeze Operation

    The indication will be flashing. NOTE: The FREEZE key must be pressed again to unfreeze the display. 3.6.3 ZOOM ZOOM The SW-D7000U provides a digital 2X on full-screen displays on Monitor-A, during Live ZOOM or Play modes. is not available on Monitor-B.

  • Page 30: Summer / Winter Time Change

    The SW-D7000U provide a simple shortcut to set time forward by an hour in Spring and back by an hour in the Fall, using the following Function key sequence.

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    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Indicator: While the macro is Playing back, ‘F’ and the macro number will appear. JVC PROFESSIONAL, IMAGING PRODUCTS...

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  • Page 33: Operator Menus

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER OPERATOR MENUS PASSWORD This page contains the system passwords. It is recommend that, for system security, you remove it from the manual and store it in a safe place. The initial password, supplied with the unit for the Operator menu system, is:...

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  • Page 35: Operator Menu Items

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER 3.7.1 OPERATOR MENU ITEMS NOTE: The ALARM key and indicator is disabled while the menu system is active. To enter the menu system, press the MENU key and enter the 4-key password. The password is set to password 1 when the unit is shipped. You should change the password (using the menu system) and remove the password page from this manual to prevent unauthorized use of the menu system.

  • Page 36: The Available Menus

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Pop-up menus are the last levels in the menu system. In general, use the left/right arrow keys to select sections in the Pop-up menu and then use the up/down arrow keys to make changes to the values.

  • Page 37: Sequencing

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The default setting is Frame. To switch between to ‘Field’ use the left or right arrow keys to toggle between ‘Frame’ and ‘Field’ settings. Note: This is a global system setting, not a camera-by-camera setting.

  • Page 38: Playback Format

    SL/DM ROBOT If tapes cannot be decoded: If the SW-D7000U cannot decode a tape that is being Played back, the system will display a blank screen. The fields will not be decoded or separated. There are two possible reasons why a tape cannot be decoded: "...

  • Page 39: Alarm History

    12 hour to 960 hour, resulting in a tape saving while no alarm events are occurring. If the VCR switch input (VEXT) is not active, then the recording speeds in the SW-D7000U menus must match those set in the VCR. The factory default settings are 2 hour.

  • Page 40

    The SW-D7000U will display the text ‘N/A’ if a camera is not detected on tape for 8 or more consecutive cycles during Playback. And if it is not flagged as a video loss camera the warning message ‘N/A’...

  • Page 41: Systemview Menu

    Adjusting VCR brightness and contrast: The SW-D7000U provides a simple front panel adjustment to digitally adjust the contrast and brightness of the Playback signal from the VCR. (This can also be used to compensate for some VCRs, which output a higher or lower video signal level than the standard.)

  • Page 42: Menu Programming And Setup

    USING THE MENU SYSTEM The SW-D7000U video multiplexer provides programmer-friendly on-screen menus for entry of programmer data such as titles and for the selection of options. As an alternative to on-screen programming in the menus, the options can be downloaded via the RS-232 port from a central controller or PC.

  • Page 43: Battery Backed-up Memory For Menu Options

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER There is a QUICKINSTALL section that gives the programmer a basic set of menu items to set up. This allows for a quick installation setup. The MAIN MENU section gives the programmer access to all the programmable options, in logical sub-sections.

  • Page 44

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER In Pop-Up menus, there is no EXIT selection. " To exit a Pop-Up menu without making any changes, press the MENU key or else select CANCEL and press the ENTER key. " To exit and save the changes made, select OK and press the ENTER key.

  • Page 45: Time/date Set Up

    In some installations personnel with access to the menus are not available to reset the unit’s clock during time changes for summer and winter. The SW-D7000U provides a simple shortcut to set time forward by an hour in spring and back by an hour in the fall, by using the FUNCTION key.

  • Page 46: Sequence Set Up

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER SEQUENCE SET UP This option lets you specify the sequence dwell time (as displayed when SEQUENCE key is pressed). The multi-screen dwell time (for the sequencing cameras in multi-screen mode) the Live and Play modes full screen dwell times are also set here. The following pull down menu is displayed.

  • Page 47

    VCR is correctly programmed and has correct alarm inputs. NORMAL AND ALARM RECORD SPEEDS Unless VEXT (see 2.2) is used, it is important that the SW-D7000U be programmed with the same record speeds as those to which the VCR has been set for NORMAL and ALARM recording.

  • Page 48

    Live mode. VCR Playback Speed: The programmer must select the Playback speed on the VCR, and not on the SW-D7000U. There is no related setup required on the SW-D7000U during Playback. The SW-D7000U will automatically adjust its display to match the VCR Playback speed.

  • Page 49

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The SW-D7000U will display the text ‘N/A’ if a camera is not detected on tape for 8 or more consecutive cycles during Playback. And if it is not flagged as a video loss camera the warning message ‘N/A’...

  • Page 50: Alarm Set Up

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER ALARM SET UP The standard SW-D7000U is equipped with one alarm input per camera input, each of which is normally associated with its corresponding Live video input. An active alarm input can result in an on-screen indication on both Monitor-A and Monitor-B, a flashing front panel LED, an internal buzzer and automatic modification of the record list to give the camera in alarm a higher update rate.

  • Page 51

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Enable / Disable Alarm History Link to a Macro Fullscreen Alarm Relay Configuration Buzzer Setup Videoloss Action Exit INPUT CONFIGURATION The alarm inputs are configured as zero potential relay contacts, individually programmable via the menu to be normally open (NO) or normally closed (N/C). The factory default is N/O for all inputs.

  • Page 52

    Displays for more than 3 simultaneous alarms: If more than 3 alarms are active at the same time, the SW-D7000U will automatically select a display format which is able to show all the cameras in alarm. Associated cameras will not be selected for display, and alarms will not be frozen.

  • Page 53

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER NOTE: If additional alarms are received while some cameras are already frozen, then all frozen cameras will be unfrozen and re-frozen at the instant that the new alarm input was received. The associated cameras are not frozen at the instant of alarm. This allows the programmer to freeze the instant of alarm and still continue to track ongoing activity on the same screen.

  • Page 54

    Relay 2 Additional alarm output data: The SW-D7000U also allows the programmer to read the status of alarm inputs for each camera via the RS-232 remote control port. RECORD MODE The programmer can select NORMAL recording, EXCLUSIVE recording or INTERLEAVED recording to take place whenever an alarm occurs.

  • Page 55

    1,4,6,2,4,6,3,4,6,5,4,6,7,4,6,1, ..etc. NOTE: Because of the fast update rate of the SW-D7000U, if one camera is in alarm then INTERLEAVED mode will result in real-time Playback of the camera in alarm. general, on the SW-D7000U, INTERLEAVED recording will give very fast update speeds INTERLEAVED mode is the of cameras in alarm even for multiple alarms.

  • Page 56

    When video loss is detected, the affected camera is temporarily removed from the record list, and the coded digital data recorded with each field will be updated to indicate a video loss situation on the affected camera. This video loss status is then shown during Playback. The SW-D7000U continues JVC PROFESSIONAL, IMAGING PRODUCTS...

  • Page 57: Macros

    :Disable [CANCEL] [OK] NOTE: The SW-D7000U allows the programmer to disable cameras which are not connected, or will be out of service for an extended time, so that unnecessary video loss messages can be avoided. (Refer to Camera Disable below) 4.10 MACROS...

  • Page 58

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER To initiate recording, select MACRO RECORD in the MACRO sub-menu, and select one of the macros (1-32) on which to start recording. Upon selection, the system will automatically exit the menus and go to a default screen. Subsequent keystrokes will be recorded into that macro.

  • Page 59

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER NOTE: Parameters such as Motion Detection Grids, which cannot be changed via a macro function, usually because of the extensive memory requirements, can be set up via RS- 232. Ending MACRO RECORD: Press FUNCTION key and ENTER to end the recording of a Macro.

  • Page 60: Motion Detection

    4.11 MOTION DETECTION The SW-D7000U offers motion detection capabilities, including built-in Activity Detection. Activity detection is used to adjust the rate at which cameras are recorded and can activate an output relay to cause automatic external actions such as speed change on the VCR, or floodlights, or audio announcements and so on.

  • Page 61

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Enable All Disable All You may now select the cameras to be enabled (1-9) or you many enable or disable all. SETUP ACTIVE ZONES Select the SETUP ACTIVE ZONES sub-menu and select the camera to setup. Once you select the camera and press ENTER you will move to the screen showing 256 zones arranged in a 16 x 16 grid to be enabled or disabled.

  • Page 62

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER mode by using the ALARM key, use the ARROW keys, to go to the first zone to be changed. " ENABLE ZONES - is used to change disabled zones to enabled zones. Enabled zones will sense motion, according to SETUP PARAMETERS. After selecting ENABLE ZONES mode by using the ALARM key, the flashing cursor will be changed to the enabled mode (black/white flashing).

  • Page 63

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER In the ACTIVITY/INTRUSION sub-menu you may select by camera number the intended use of motion detection. (The factory default for each camera is ACTIVITY DETECTION.) This selection will result in different SETUP PARAMETERS for either INTRUSION DETECTION or ACTIVITY DETECTION.

  • Page 64

    A unique feature of the SW-D7000U is that the increase in update rate can be set by the programmer in this RECORD RATE sub-menu. Cameras with activity can be recorded twice (2X) as often they would normally be recorded, or four times (4X) as often, or they can be INTERLEAVED.

  • Page 65

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER " " All Alarm Inputs will activate Relay 1 " " All Activity Detection will activate Relay 2 " All Video Loss will activate None " SETUP PARAMETERS Activity Parameters Setup The menu for ACTIVITY PARAMETERS SETUP appears as:...

  • Page 66

    A unique feature of the SW-D7000U is that the increase in update rate can be set by the programmer in this RECORD RATE sub-menu. Cameras with activity can be recorded twice (2X) as often they would normally be recorded, or four times (4X) as often, or they can be INTERLEAVED.

  • Page 67

    To optimize performance, the SW-D7000U allows the programmer to choose one of three levels of false alarm rejection separately for each camera as follows: If the sensitivity of the motion detection is adequate to detect the intended targets, and there are few false alarms.

  • Page 68

    ‘TARGET SIZE’ defines the minimum size. The SW-D7000U target size setting is related to the number of zones that a single target will fill. The programmer can set the TARGET SIZE separately for each camera, between 1 and 256. The factory default target size setting is 1.

  • Page 69: Camera Titles Set Up

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER Because the SW-D7000U’s internal motion detection can be set up to be more effective than simple activity detection, it can be used to replace a separate external motion detector and hence will save the user that cost in most installations. Detection of intruders is normally only set up in areas where there is little or no expected movement.

  • Page 70: Camera Set Up

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER " Do not display this camera title NOTE: This setting affects only the Monitor-A display. Text on the Monitor-B display is not moved. In any Monitor-A full-screen display, all text except the time and date will move from the top to the bottom of the screen, and vice versa.

  • Page 71

    In addition, unnecessary time must be spent to remove the camera from the sequence lists and the record lists. The SW-D7000U takes care of this situation with one setting. The SW-D7000U allows the programmer to set inactive cameras as “DISABLED” via a menu setting, so that video loss indications are not shown.

  • Page 72

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER optimize the motion detection abilities and the associated signal the system installer should take more care in system camera set-up. The camera scope displays the characteristics of the incoming camera video signal useful to a system installer in determining if certain aspects of the system installation have been done correctly.

  • Page 73: Vcr Setup

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER In Figure 2, the camera’s luminance levels are low and have a smaller range, so that it will be more difficult for the user to see detail both when viewing live displays of the camera as well as when reviewing multiplexed recordings of the camera.

  • Page 74

    SW-D7000U with those of the time lapse VCR. No VCR speeds then need to be set up in the SW-D7000U menus, only on the VCR itself.

  • Page 75: Communications

    ROBOT If tapes cannot be decoded: If the SW-D7000U cannot decode a tape that is being Played back, the system will display a blank screen. The fields will not be decoded or separated. There are two possible reasons why a tape cannot be decoded: "...

  • Page 76

    RS-232 baud rates are selectable from 1200 to 9600. The factory default is 9600. To set the baud rate, select the RS-232 section of the COMMUNICATIONS sub-menu. Refer to the SW-D7000U's RS-232 Remote Control Protocol data sheets in the rear of this manual for more details.

  • Page 77: Front Panel Lock

    If you choose to power another unit (e.g. a single keyboard), you can do this up to 30 feet from the multiplexer. Use a 4-core shielded cable, equivalent to Belden 8723. For more detail on the remote keyboard, refer to the JVC-KB Remote Keyboard instruction sheet. 4.16 FRONT PANEL LOCK This option is used to lock and unlock the front panel keyboard of the multiplexer.

  • Page 78

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER When you have entered a new password, a confirmation box is displayed where you must specify the same password again. You should note the new password on the Password page of this document, which should be removed and stored in a safe place.

  • Page 79: Warranty

    If service is not available locally, box the product carefully, preferably in the original carton, and ship, insured, with a copy of your bill of sale plus a letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center, the name and location will be given to you by the toll-free number.

  • Page 80

    THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN. JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO TAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY.

  • Page 81: Rs-232 Remote Protocol

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER RIGHT_ARROW_KEY RS-232 REMOTE PROTOCOL UP_ARROW_KEY DOWN_ARROW_KEY COMMUNICATION TYPES: UP_LEFT_KEY 68 Pseudo Key DOWN_LEFT_KEY 69 Pseudo Key a. Remote Front Panel Simulation UP_RIGHT_KEY 70 Pseudo Key b. Remote Data and Commands DOWN_RIGHT_KEY 71 Pseudo Key RESERVED a.

  • Page 82

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER 9 - HISTORY For command type DO; 10 - RESERVED 0 - Reserved 11 - SPARE 12 - RECLIST UPLOADING DATA BYTES 13 - ENCAMERA 14 - ENALARM When a message of type 0xBB is sent to the...

  • Page 83

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER f) Changing the record list buffer[1] = 0xAA; buffer[2] = 16; buffer[3] = ALARMINP buffer[0] = 0xff; buffer[4] -- buffer[19] = BINARY list of 16 numbers buffer[1] = 0xAA; (0-Normally Closed, 1-Normally Open) buffer[2] = 30;...

  • Page 84

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER buffer[4] = BINARY number - (1 - 13) r) Changing the alarm mode x) Creating a macro sequence buffer[0] = 0xff; buffer[1] = 0xAA; buffer[0] = 0xff; buffer[2] = 1; buffer[1] = 0xAA; buffer[3] = ALARMMODE;...

  • Page 85

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER The last byte macro buffer[x] = 58; Macro_End buffer[0] = 0xff; buffer[1] = 0xAA; The number of bytes in the macros may not buffer[2] = 6; exceed 32. buffer[3] = DN_TIMED_MACRO; buffer[4] = Event number (1 - 20) y) Enable activity detection buffer[5] = Day (0 - 8) 0 ->...

  • Page 86

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER dd - alarm event number (0 - 99) v) Size Discrimination, (1-255) b - space character vi) Record Rate, (0-none, 1-2x, 2-4x, 3- interleaved) mm - month dd - day c) Activity grids hh - hours mm - minutes 16 x 32 bytes are uploaded.

  • Page 87: Technical Specifications

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Video Outputs: Three (3) BNC connectors, EIA/CCIR compatible video outputs. • One MON-A multi-screen output. (Composite/S-video) • One MON-B analog switching output. (Composite) • One VCR output. (Composite/S-video) Inputs: Cameras: Nine (9) looping BNC connectors, EIA/CCIR compatible, auto terminating.

  • Page 88

    Input Voltage: DC 12V, 240 or 110Vac to DC 12V adapter included. Power: 40 W nominal MODEL NUMBERS / OPTIONS: SW-D7000U 9 channel color Duplex Remote Keyboard: JVC-KB Includes motorized PTZ control capabilities. Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice. JVC PROFESSIONAL, IMAGING PRODUCTS...

  • Page 89: List Of Macro Functions

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER LIST OF MACRO FUNCTIONS MACRO # DESCRIPTION VCR VIEW. Selects the VCR as an input so that the VCR can be {F} + Play setup. SUMMER / WINTER TIME. Sets clock ahead 1 hour in April and back...

  • Page 90: List Of Scheduled Macros

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER LIST OF SCHEDULED MACROS DAY OF WEEK SETUP (See DATE/TIME MENU) : MONDAY = ______ (Typ. 1 or 2) EVENT TIME MACRO TO RUN JVC PROFESSIONAL, IMAGING PRODUCTS...

  • Page 91: System Configuration

    SW-D7000U, 9CH. COLOR VIDEO MULTIPLEXER 10.0 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION Camera 9 Multi Monitor Spot Monitor Video In Monitor B Camera 1 Output Monitor A Outputs Inputs Outputs RS-485 R S-232-1 SVH S SVH S 12 VDC Video Video Monitors SR-L911UB Output...

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