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.
Explanation Of Graphical Objects 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 enclosure of the product that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to the person. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance servicing instructions in the literature accompany the product.
12. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE - Unplug the unit from the outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit. If the unit has been exposed to rain or moisture.
Warning Warning! Installation and servicing must be performed by qualified personnel in accordance with current IEE wiring regulations. Warning! The PSU must be wired to a double pole fuse spur with 3mm separation. The 3A fuse spur must be located close to the PSU. Warning! Using replacement parts or accessories other than the original manufacturers may invalidate the warranty.
HEGS5000/HEGS5001 controller. • Chapter 4, Operation and Programming with Honeywell VCL Protocol, demonstrates the programming and operation of an ACUIX set to Honeywell VCL protocol and controlled by an HJZTP controller. • Chapter 5, Operation and Programming with IntelliBus™...
Related Documents For more information about topics that are relevant to ACUIX, see the documents listed below. Document title Part number ACUIX Housing Installation Guide 800-01760 ACUIX Quick Set-Up Poster 800-00248 HDPRM2 Parapet Mount Install Guide 900.0877 HDXWM1 Decorative Wall Mount Install Guide 900.0868...
Installing the Pan and Tilt Camera Assembly and Lower Dome Installing the Lower Dome Indoor or Outdoor Pendant Hook the lanyard attached to the lower dome on the retaining bracket in the housing. Figure 1-4 Pendant Lower Dome Installation Hook lanyard from lower dome to retaining bracket in housing Trim ring...
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Switch Settings The ACUIX has two DIP switches (SW5 and SW6) on the pan and tilt printed circuit board (PCB) for setting the protocol, baud rate, and parity. These settings must match the control equipment settings.
Switch Settings Protocol Settings DIP switch SW5 is used to select the protocol setting for your ACUIX. See Table 2-1 more information. The default protocol setting for the ACUIX is the Honeywell Diamond protocol. Note If there are invalid settings on SW5 or SW6 regarding protocol or baud rate, the system defaults to Diamond protocol at 9600 baud rate.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Baud Rate DIP SW6, position 1 through 4 are used to set the baud rate. The baud rate of the ACUIX and the control equipment must be the same. Note If there are invalid settings on SW5 or SW6 regarding protocol or baud rate, the system defaults to Diamond protocol at 9600 baud rate.
SW5 - 10000001 (positions 1–8). In above SW5–8 is ON to force reading from DIP switches. See DIP Switch Address Override, page 26, for more information on setting SW5–8. SW6 - 00101000 (positions 1–8) sets the ACUIX to 9600 baud with even parity.
In above SW5–8 is ON to force reading from DIP switches. See DIP Switch Address Override, page 26, for more information on setting SW5–8. SW6 - 00100000 (positions 1–8) sets the ACUIX to 9600 baud with no parity. IntelliBus™ SW5 - 00000001 (positions 1–8).
ACUIX. DIP Switch Address Override DIP Switch SW5–8 can be set so the ACUIX sets the camera address based on the rotary switch settings or from memory. SW5–8 should be kept ON during normal operation so that the logical address can be changed from the on-screen setup menus.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Restore Factory Defaults SW5–7 is looked at only when the ACUIX is powered up. If this switch is ON at the time of power up, the factory defaults will be restored. For an already powered dome, you must place switch SW5–7 in the ON position, and then cycle the power to the ACUIX for the...
Diamond Protocol Introduction The availability of the ACUIX features and the way the ACUIX features are controlled is governed by the controller being used and the ACUIX protocol setting. This chapter describes the operation of the ACUIX set to Honeywell Diamond protocol and controlled by a model HEGS5000, HEGS5001 or HJZTP joystick controller.
Once the ACUIX has found home, the message Home Found... is briefly displayed. If the ACUIX is not set to find home on startup, the ACUIX finds home when it receives the first control command. After the ACUIX finds home, the operator can control the ACUIX.
The joystick on the HEGS5000/5001 controller is used to control the pan and tilt functions of the ACUIX. The maximum pan speed is selectable between 120°, 240°, or 480° per second. The maximum tilt speed is one-half the maximum pan speed. If the maximum pan speed is set to 240°...
When in manual exposure control the TDN function is also controlled manually, however, it remains independent of the manual exposure control. If the unit is powered down then back up, the ACUIX comes back up in the iris mode it was in when it was powered down.
Motion Detected displays on the video. The message remains on the video until the ACUIX either is controlled by the operator, responds to an alarm, or performs the default function. Once motion is detected, the ACUIX automatically disables motion detection.
Motion Detected displays on the video. The message remains on the video until the ACUIX either is controlled by the operator, responds to an alarm, or performs the default function. Once motion is detected, the ACUIX automatically disables motion detection.
Tour, the ACUIX moves from Preset 2 to Preset 3. If Flashback is pressed while the ACUIX is at Preset 3, the Preset Tour will be terminated and the ACUIX will go back to Preset 2. Document 800-01023 Rev A...
The next time Flashback is pressed, the current scene (Scene D) is stored and the ACUIX returns to the last Flashback scene (in this case, Scene A) prior to the start of the Preset Tour. Once at Scene A, if Flashback is pressed, the ACUIX goes back to Scene D.
ACUIX displays AL-. After the AL-, the ACUIX lists all active alarms in order. Thus, if alarms 1, 3, and 4 are active, the ACUIX displays AL-1 3 4. There is no on-screen indication as to which alarm is currently being serviced. That can be determined by what function is active.
A Preset is a programmed scene (pan, tilt, zoom, focus, and iris setting) that can be recalled by an operator, in response to an alarm, or set as the default function when the ACUIX is idle for a specified time. There are 161 (0–160) Presets in each ACUIX dome. Presets 71–79 and 98–99 are pre-programmed for special functions and cannot be re-programmed.
NightShot feature, Preset 99 can be programmed. Press + or - until the desired character displays on the controller’s LCD screen, and press Character Select. The controller sends the character to the ACUIX. Continue selecting characters and pressing Character Select until the desired title displays on the monitor.
Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond Protocol Table 3-5 Program Preset Menu Commands Action Required Steps Press + or - until S displays on the LCD and press Character S to Save Preset Select. The current PTZ and lens (focus and iris) settings are saved for the Preset number entered in step 6.
Press 1 again. Press PreShot. Note If the ACUIX has not already found its home position, it will first find its home position and then go to the preset. The ACUIX goes to the pan, tilt, zoom, iris, and focus positions programmed in the Preset.
Still Preset is off (video is unfrozen) Video returns to normal operation. Still Preset If the camera installed in the ACUIX has the Still Preset feature, and it is set to ON in the Camera Options menu, the ACUIX freezes the video between Presets. When the ACUIX is...
ACUIX is idle for a specified amount of time. When an ACUIX receives a command to run a Preset Tour, the ACUIX goes to the first Preset programmed in the Preset Tour at maximum velocity (480°/second) and remains at...
Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond Protocol Press + or - until the desired character displays on the LCD screen, and then press Character Select. The controller sends the character to the ACUIX. Continue selecting characters and pressing Character Select until the desired title displays on the monitor.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual List Programmed Preset Tours A list of the programmed Preset Tours can be viewed for each ACUIX. The list displays the Preset Tour numbers and titles. The Preset Tours cannot be edited from this display.
The ACUIX returns to manual mode and the letter M displays next to the camera ID. Run Preset Tour Continuously To run a Tour continuously means the ACUIX runs the Preset Tour from beginning to end; then repeats the list until halted by an operator. Caution Continuous Preset Tour operation for extended periods of time (more than 8 hours) is not recommended.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Mimic Tours Sixteen (16) Mimic Tours up to 120 seconds each can be programmed in each ACUIX. A Mimic Tour stores the manual commands (pan, tilt, and zoom) performed by an operator. A tour can be recalled by an operator, activated in response to an alarm, or programmed as the default function when the ACUIX is idle for a specified time.
Press + or - until Run displays on the LCD and press Enter. Enter the desired Tour number (1–3) using the numeric keys and press Enter. The programmed Tour begins and runs continuously until the ACUIX receives another command. Method 2 (Tours 1–3) Press Run Menu until Run Tour displays on the LCD and then press Enter.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Sector IDs Sector IDs are used to quickly identify specific areas or scenes an ACUIX is viewing while an operator is manually controlling the ACUIX. Each ACUIX can be programmed to store up to 16 sectors. The sectors can overlap. The following diagram shows two Sector IDs.
Bottom tilt Left pan Using the joystick, move the ACUIX so the lower left corner of the sector is centered on the monitor, and then press Enter. Using the joystick, move the ACUIX so the upper right corner of the sector is centered on the monitor, and then press Enter.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual List Programmed Sectors A list of the programmed sectors can be viewed for each ACUIX. The list displays the Sector numbers and titles. Sector IDs cannot be revised from the display. Press Dome Menu.
Press the + or – key to display the required character on the LCD screen and press Character Select. The controller sends the character to the ACUIX. Repeat step a until the password is complete and press Enter.
Character Select. The controller sends the character to the ACUIX. Continue selecting characters and pressing Character Select until all the characters in the password have been sent to the ACUIX. The characters will appear as asterisks (*) on the monitor display for security purposes.
This command cancels automatic dome actions such as preset tours and alarm actions. Manual Control Manual control of the ACUIX when using VCL protocol with the HJZTP controller is the same as described in Chapter 3, Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond...
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Pan and Tilt The joystick on the HJZTP controller is used to control the pan and tilt functions of the ACUIX. Table 3-11 HJZTP Joystick Operation Control Function Joystick up Tilt up Joystick down...
Alarm Operation The ACUIX has four alarm inputs that can be configured as normally open or closed. If the contact deviates from normal, an alarm occurs. The ACUIX can be programmed (through the on-screen setup menus) to activate a Preset, a Preset Tour, or Mimic Tour in response to an alarm.
If any alarms are active, the ACUIX displays AL-. After the AL-, the ACUIX lists all active alarms in order. Thus, if alarms 1, 3, and 4 are active, the ACUIX displays AL-1 34. There is no on-screen indication as to which alarm is currently being serviced. That can be determined by what function is active.
Mimic Tour (Honeywell Diamond Protocol Only), page 116, in Chapter 7, On-Screen Setup Menus for more information on setting up Mimic Tours. For more information on using the HJZTP controller with the ACUIX on-screen menu, see HJZTP Joystick Controller, page and the HJZTP/HJZTP User...
Return to step 4 to program another sector or press Lock to exit the sector program menu. Note For more information on using the HJZTP controller with the ACUIX on-screen menu, see HJZTP Joystick Controller, page and the HJZTP/HJZTP User Manual (900.0570).
11. Return to step 6 to program another sector or press Lock to exit the sector program menu. Note For more information on using the HJZTP controller with the ACUIX on-screen menu, see HJZTP Joystick Controller, page and the HJZTP/HJZTP User...
Preset commands. Note Although the information in this chapter is specific to the Honeywell VCL protocol, when the ACUIX is set to MAXPRO, Pelco P or Pelco D protocol, the ACUIX operates in a similar manner. Power Up...
ACUIX to Preset 90 — the Autofocus is automatically enabled. Manual Control Manual control of the ACUIX when using VCL protocol with the HJZTP controller is the same as described in Chapter 3, Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond Protocol.
The camera lens auto exposure mode can be enabled or disabled using the controller. Preset 92 toggles the unit between auto and manual exposure. A message AUTO EXPOSURE ON or AUTO EXPOSURE OFF displays on the video when the ACUIX executes Preset 92.
Preset 96. NightShot Mode—Preset 94 If the ACUIX has a day/night camera with an IR block filter it can be controlled manually through the setup menus (Preset 90) or directly by sending the ACUIX to Preset 94. A message, NightShot On or NightShot Off, displays on the video when the ACUIX executes Preset 94.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual The Presets reserved for ACUIX setup, programming, and control functions cannot be programmed and cannot be included in Preset Tours. Table 4-2 Pre-programmed Presets ACUIX (VCL) Preset Function Preset 72 Recover encrypted PINs Preset 75...
Operation and Programming with Honeywell VCL Protocol Program Preset Up to 160 Presets can be defined. Presets are numbered 0–159. Presets 71–99 are reserved for special ACUIX functions and cannot be programmed. Refer to Table 4-2 a list of Presets 71–99 and their functions.
Preset is entered in the field, Iris Open is not accepted. Iris Open also moves the cursor to the next field. VELOCITY The Velocity field is the pan and tilt speed for the ACUIX to go to the Preset (1 to 480°/second). The default is 480°/second. DWELL The Dwell Time is how long the ACUIX waits before it goes to the next Preset in the list (0 to 99 seconds).
To exit the menu without running a tour, press Iris Close. When an ACUIX receives a command to run a Preset Tour, the ACUIX goes to the first Preset programmed in the Preset Tour at maximum velocity (480°/second) for the programmed dwell time, then goes to the next Preset in the Preset Tour at the programmed velocity for the specified dwell time, and so on.
Sector IDs Sector IDs function the same for VCL protocol as described in Sector IDs, page 49, in Chapter 3, Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond Protocol. When using VCL protocol Sector IDs must be programmed using the on-screen setup menu.
Feature) must be enabled. Note Upon powering up, the ACUIX dome will automatically find home so the dome can then run Presets and so on as they were programmed. If a Privacy Zone is enabled, no video will be shown during homing, as your Privacy Zones are not recognized until ACUIX has reached home.
Mimic Tours, page 47, in Chapter 3, Operation and Programming with Honeywell Diamond Protocol. When the ACUIX is set for VCL protocol the Presets are reserved for programming and running Mimic Tours. Programming Mimic Tours Mimic Tours 1–3 Presets 83, 84, and 85 have been reserved for programming Mimic Tours 1, 2, and 3.
Press Iris Open. Stop a Mimic Tour Stop the Mimic Tour by manually controlling the ACUIX or by sending the ACUIX a Preset, Preset Tour, or another Mimic Tour command. Note The Iris Open/Close commands will not stop a Mimic Tour.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Press the joystick down until 7 Delete PS/PT/PZ/Sector is Delete Privacy Zone # -- highlighted, and then press Iris Open. Focus Near to change options: Press Focus Near until the desired function (Privacy Zone, Preset, Preset Iris Close to Exit Tour, or Sector) displays.
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ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Operation and Programming with IntelliBus™ Protocol When ACUIX is set to IntelliBus protocol, and is network connected to a PC-based DVR, such as the Honeywell Rapid Eye™ DVR, you can: • Download an ACUIX configuration to a PC for later use •...
However, the ACUIX configuration has camera specific parameters so the configuration uploads (retrieving data from a faulty dome) and downloads (sending data to a new dome) should be done only between two ACUIX units that have the same camera model.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Firmware Upgrade You can upgrade firmware to the ACUIX dome. For detailed information on how to upgrade firmware to an ACUIX, please refer to the Rapid Eye™ System Administrator’s Guide. Document 800-01023 Rev A...
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The ACUIX features password protection for accessing the on-screen setup menus. This feature can be enabled or disabled. If enabled on the ACUIX, the user must enter a 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access the on-screen setup menus. When enabled, all users can manually control (pan, tilt, zoom, focus, iris) and automatically control (Preset, Preset Tour, Mimic Tour) the ACUIX.
Default User PINs User 0 (Supervisor) 1000 Once a user enters a valid 4-digit PIN, the user can access the ACUIX setup menus. Changing the 4-Digit PIN Send the ACUIX to Preset 75. Enter 4-digit PIN ---- Enter the Supervisory 4-digit PIN (default = 1000).
If you enter the wrong 4-digit number, the message Invalid PIN, try Note again displays and the ACUIX returns to the Enter PIN screen. Press Iris Open. The message PIN changed displays briefly and the display returns to the PASSWORD PIN changed.
ACUIX Password Feature Delete Privacy Zone Programming To delete all Privacy Zone programming, perform the following procedure: Send the ACUIX to Preset 75. Enter 4-digit PIN ---- Enter the Supervisory 4-digit PIN (default = 1000). Move the joystick up IRIS CLOSE to Exit or down to select numbers for each digit.
Special Presets are pre-programmed for accessing the on-screen setup menus when using Honeywell VCL or 3rd party protocols. Control/Video Requirements The ACUIX dome being set up must be selected as the control camera on the controller. The video from the ACUIX dome must be displayed on a monitor.
The HJZTP controller can also be used with the Diamond protocol. Perform the following procedure to access the ACUIX on-screen setup menus: A user must be logged in as User Level 1 on the controller to access the ACUIX on-screen menus.
Perform the following procedure to access the ACUIX on-screen setup menus: A user must be logged in as User Level 1 on the controller to access the ACUIX on-screen menus. Access the ACUIX dome menu by pressing and holding Lock, followed by F6 (Menu).
With SETUP flashing on the LCD screen, press Aux. Note If password protection is enabled on the ACUIX, you must log into the ACUIX with a supervisory password. When using Honeywell VCL protocol, the following keys are used to navigate within the on-screen menus: •...
• Pelco D When using the ACUIX in any of the supported 3rd party protocols, perform the following procedure to access the ACUIX on-screen setup menus: Send the ACUIX dome to Preset 90. Refer to the specific controller’s manual for sending Preset commands.
6 Function Programming protocol except where noted in the Function 7 Enhanced Settings Programming Menu. ESC to Exit If the ACUIX is set for VCL protocol, ESC to ACUIX Dome Exit becomes Iris Close to Exit. Move Camera....VK-S654 ---------------------------- the joystick up or down to highlight a menu 1 Language .
Select 3 from the Display Options menu to toggle the Preset names ON (default) or OFF. If set to ON, the Preset title is added to the video signal when the ACUIX dome is sent to the Preset. The title displays at the top of the monitor. If using Standard protocol, the Preset name location can be changed when programming the Preset.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual If the startup screen is set to OFF, an alternate screen with an X displays upon power up. Please wait..8 Change Camera Name Location Select 6 from the Display Options menu to change the position of the camera ID display.
Select 3 from the Main menu to set the CONTROL OPTIONS Control Options. Setting the Control 1 PASS ..... ON Options for the ACUIX dome includes 2 Auto-Pivot ....OFF operation of the pan and tilt, auto focus, 3 Program Alarms...
Position the cursor on the ENA field and enter a Y (enabled) or N (disabled). Note If an alarm is disabled, the ACUIX does not respond to a change of state in the alarm contact. The ACUIX does not perform the programmed Preset, Preset Tour, or Mimic Tour.
4. Note An alarm can be acknowledged before the contact returns to normal; however, the ACUIX will not respond to the alarm again until the contact has returned to normal and gone into alarm again. Set Alarm Condition...
A right pan command causes the ACUIX to pan left. Tilt Reverse is set to on A tilt up command causes the ACUIX to tilt down. A tilt down command causes the ACUIX to tilt up. –5 Degree Tilt Limit Select 4 to toggle the –5 Degree Tilt Limit ON or OFF (default).
Presets to be off. Preset 0 is used to define the location of the pan setting. Select 1 to toggle the Offset ON or OFF. For the ACUIX to adjust the positioning of the ACUIX to the programmed pan offset, the offset must be set to ON.
Exit (ESC) out of the ACUIX setup menus until you have manual control of the ACUIX. Send the ACUIX to Preset 0. If it does not go to the previously known position for Preset 0, the offset function cannot be used.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Note If the VK-654 is installed in the ACUIX dome and motion detection is enabled, the default function is automatically disabled. Table 7-6 Default Function Field Entry Field Usage FUN (function) Enter the function to perform after being idle for the specified delay time.
On-Screen Setup Menus Auto Focus Select 6 from the Control Options menu to set up the operation of the Lens Auto Focus. Selecting 6 toggles between the options: OFF, Z (default), and PTZ. The minimum focus distance is set at 1.0 meter (3.3 ft) from the camera lens in both manual and automatic focus mode.
Press Iris Open. Note If you change the address of the ACUIX, you must change the control camera on the controller to match the new address in order to change any other menu options or control the ACUIX.
On-Screen Setup Menus Diagnostic Options Select 4 from the Main Menu to access the DIAGNOSTIC OPTIONS Diagnostic Options menu. Diagnostic menus are designed for assisting service 1 Coordinates .... OFF 2 Error Table .... OFF technicians in troubleshooting. 3 Clear the Memory 4 Clear the Error Table 5 Display Error Tbl.
Clear Memory menu. Clear the Error Table Select 4 to Clear the Error Table. The ACUIX keeps track of the last 64 bytes ERROR TABLE HAS BEEN CLEARED of errors and events that occurred during operation of the unit. Selecting 4 clears the table.
On-Screen Setup Menus Note If the ACUIX receives a 00 corrupted memory error code, the ACUIX automatically clears the memory and resets all default settings. All user programming (Presets, Preset Tours, Mimic Tours, Sector IDs, and Privacy Zones) is deleted.
On-Screen Setup Menus Zoom and Focus Select 1 to set the lens Zoom and Focus ZOOM AND FOCUS OPTIONS Options. 1 Max Digital Zoom Mag .. 12x 2 Manual Zoom Spd 0-8 ..6 Max Digital Zoom Mag ESC to Exit Select 1 to set the Maximum Digital Zoom setting.
This guarantees that there will always be some deadband between the activate and deactivate levels. The amount of deadband can be adjusted to prevent the ACUIX from oscillating between the NightShot activated and deactivated modes.
On-Screen Setup Menus White Balance Select 4 from the Camera Options menu WHITE BALANCE CONTROL to set the White Balance Control options. The default settings are shown to the 1 High Light WB Mode ..AUTO 2 Low Light WB Mode ..AUTO right.
Preset until the ACUIX arrives at the next Preset, and then switches the video. An asterisk displays to the left of the camera ID when the ACUIX is moving between Presets. If an operator manually controls the ACUIX, the Still Preset function is disabled until the ACUIX is sent to another Preset.
On-Screen Setup Menus Vertical Phase 0–359.9 Select 6 from the Camera Options menu to enable or disable the Vertical Phase Edge for line locking the camera. Selecting 6 toggles between ENABLED and DISABLED. If you select ENABLED, you can set the Vertical Phase from 0 to 359.9. If you selected ENABLED, select 7 to change the Vertical Phase.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Exposure Control Select 2 from the Camera Options menu to EXPOSURE CONTROL setup the lens Exposure Control options. 1 Auto AE Mode ... AE Select 1 to change the Auto Exposure 2 Manual AE Mode ..Iris Mode.
On-Screen Setup Menus Table 7-13 Auto Exposure Control Mode Settings Digital Slow Shutter AUTO Auto AER+3 Mode Settings NightShot Control AUTO Auto NightShot Sensitivity Digital Slow Shutter AUTO Select 2 to change the Manual AE Mode. Pressing 2 toggles between the available settings: Iris, Gain, or Shutter.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Select 5 to set the Auto Slow Shutter Limit. Selecting 5 toggles between the available settings. Table 7-15 Auto Slow Shutter Limits NTSC 1/60 1/30 1/15 1/4 default Select 6 to toggle the Wide Dynamic Range ON or OFF. The default setting is OFF.
Preset until the scan arrives at the next Preset, and then switches the video. An asterisk displays to the left of the camera ID when the ACUIX is moving between Presets. If an operator manually controls the ACUIX, the Still Preset function is disabled until the ACUIX is sent to another Preset.
PTZ will disable this option. ESC to Exit Note If Motion Detection is enabled and an operator sends a command to the ACUIX, Motion Detection is automatically disabled and the operator must access the setup menu to re-enable it. Document 800-01023 Rev A 02/08...
ESC to Exit Mimic Tour (Honeywell Diamond Protocol Only) This menu option is only displayed when the ACUIX DIP switches are set to Honeywell Standard protocol. When set to Honeywell VCL mode, this option is NA (not applicable). Programming Mimic...
Select 2 in the PTZ Mimic Tours menu to program a Tour. Enter a Tour number (1–16) and press Enter. The ACUIX counts from 120 to 0 seconds. You have 120 seconds to pan and tilt the ACUIX and adjust the lens zoom setting. The ACUIX saves the PTZ commands performed during the 120 seconds.
Preset entered (1 to 480°/second). The default setting is 480°/second. DWELL The Dwell time is how long the ACUIX waits before it goes to the next Preset in the list (0 to 99 seconds). Note It is not recommended to select no delay (0 seconds).
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Note If using the default password, press Enter at the password prompt. Press Enter. PRIVACY ZONE OPTIONS MENU 1 Change Priv Zone Priority 2 Enable/Disable Privacy Zone 3 Privacy Zone Color ..BLACK ESC to Exit...
If a Privacy Zone is disabled, the programming is saved, but the video is not blanked when the ACUIX moves into the programmed Privacy Zone area. Privacy Zone Color Select 3 to toggle between the available colors (BLACK, WHITE, and BLUR) of the Privacy Zone block.
Program Sector (Honeywell VCL and Supported 3rd Party Protocols) This menu option is only displayed when the ACUIX DIP switches are set to Honeywell VCL, Pelco P, or Pelco D protocol. When set to Honeywell Standard mode, this option is NA (not applicable).
Delete PS/PT/PZ/Sectors (Honeywell VCL and Supported 3rd Party Protocols) This menu option is only displayed when the ACUIX DIP switches are set to Honeywell VCL, Pelco P, or Pelco D protocol. When set to Honeywell Standard protocol, this option is NA (not applicable).
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Enhanced Settings Select 7 in the Main menu to access the ENHANCED FEATURES Enhanced Features menu. 1 Video Gain/PWM Settings 2 Display Temperature ... OFF 3 Temp. Format ... FAHRENHEIT 4 Display Pressure ..OFF 5 Time &...
Select 2 from the Enhanced Features menu to turn the Temperature Display ON or OFF (default). This feature displays the temperature of the ACUIX. If the Temperature Display is turned on, it appears in the lower left corner of the video.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Display Pressure Select 4 from the Enhanced Features menu to turn the ACUIX pressure display ON or OFF (default). The pressure displays in pounds per square inch (psi). If the pressure display is turned on, it appears in the lower right corner of the video.
Press Enter to change to the new date or press ESC to leave the date as originally displayed. Display Voltages This display is for diagnostic purposes. The ACUIX monitors the 15V supply used to operate the camera and the 3.3V supply used to operate the PC boards. Select 6 to view the actual levels of the SUPPLY VOLTAGES monitored power supplies.
Technical Support Prior to calling Honeywell technical support, refer to the following topics for possible solutions to problems with your ACUIX dome. To contact the Honeywell Video Systems technical support team, call 1-800-796-2288 (North America only) or send an e-mail to HVSsupport@honeywell.com.
Verify SW2 on the interface board in the housing is positioned away from the selection dot (UTP video balun enabled). If there are multiple ACUIX units in the system, exchange one of the pan and tilt camera assemblies from another housing. Set the address of the exchanged unit to the existing unit.
Verify the lens cap is not on the camera. A translucent cap may be in place and could blur the video if not removed. Send the ACUIX to Preset 98. This pre-programmed Preset resets the camera lens. This can also be caused by dirt, oil, grease, fingerprints, and so on, that have accumulated on the lens or lower dome.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Problem: Video Zooms For No Reason When you are using the VK-S654 (35X True Day/Night with Wide Dynamic Range) camera and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) is enabled, the camera reduces the area of the CCD that is scanned.
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Specifications ACUIX Housings Table B-1 Housing Specifications Specification Indoor Pendant Housing Outdoor Pendant In-ceiling Housing Housing Housing Height 7.5 in. (190.5 mm) 7.5 in. (190.5 mm) 6.7 in. (170.21 mm) Housing Diameter 9.25 in. (235 mm) 10.0 in.
Specifications ACUIX Cameras The ACUIX product line offers the following cameras: HDXA High resolution Color camera with an 18X optical zoom (48° wide angle and 2.8° telephoto). HDXB: High resolution Wide Dynamic Range, Day/Night camera with an 18X optical zoom (48° wide angle and 2.8° telephoto).
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Table B-2 Camera Specifications (cont’d) CAMERA HDXA HDXB HDXF HDXG Electronic Shutter 1/1 to 1/10,000 sec 1/1 to 1/10,000 sec 1/4 to 1/10000 sec 1/2 to 1/30,000 sec (NTSC) 1/3 to 1/10000 sec (PAL)
• Diagnostic information is available locally and via remote access • Multi-language menus (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish) • Supports all Honeywell protocols: IntelliBus™, Diamond, VCL protocols and MAXPRO mode • Emulates Pelco P and D protocols...
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual ACUIX Lower Dome The ACUIX has four different polycarbonate lower domes available. The choices allow you to balance camera discretion with available light. Table B-4 Lower Dome Light Loss Specifications Dome Material Light Loss...
ACUIX Mimic Tours Mapped to Pelco Pattern Tours Pelco Pattern Tour Number ACUIX Mimic Tour Number When Pattern Tour 0 is run from the Pelco keyboard, the ACUIX displays Tour 0 even though it is internally mapped to Mimic Tour 1. Document 800-01023 Rev A...
This appendix describes the required protocols for using an ACUIX PTZ dome camera with a Honeywell digital video recorder (DVR). DVR and Camera protocols Honeywell DVRs must be configured to use the protocols in the following table to ensure the ACUIX PTZ dome system functions correctly. Table D-1...
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual Index FCB-EX490 105–110 camera options FCB-EX990 105–110 FCB-EX490 105, FCB-EX990 VK-S654 Numerics change address option change camera name location display option 18X True Day/Night Camera. See FCB-EX490 change protocol option 26X True Day/Night Camera. See FCB-EX990...
FCB-EX48C joystick operations 55, 62, 84, Nightshot mode 36, Home and Privacy Zones Find Home option Honeywell Diamond protocol. See Diamond protocol. Honeywell VCL protocol. See VCL protocol offset on-screen setup menu outdoor pendant Image Stabilization VK-S654 camera options indoor pendant installation 17–20...
ACUIX High Speed Dome User Manual passwords still preset enabling Still Preset camera options for Privacy Zones FCB-EX490 pelco emulation FCB-EX990 Pelco settings. See protocol settings. VK-S654 pendant, installing still preset operation PIN number, changing SW5 DIP switch power up...
VK-S654 34, 110–116 and EIS camera feature dependencies Zoom and Focus camera options FCB-EX48C White Balance camera options FCB-EX490 FCB-EX990 VK-S654...