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Operating Instructions

WJ-AV20
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RIN G.V OL
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Please read these instructions carefully before attempting
to connect or operate this product and be sure to save this manual for future use.

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    AV Codec Operating Instructions WJ-AV20 Model No. RE MO TE PO WE R LIN E LIN E RIN G.V OL Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to connect or operate this product and be sure to save this manual for future use.
  • Page 2 If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). Dealer.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS Lock Item Setup [491] ........52 AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ........6 Menu Password Setup [492] ......53 WJ-AV20 AV Codec ..........6 CHANGING SETTINGS DURING COMMUNICATION 54 WV-CU20E Remote Controller (Option) ....8 Remote Control Setup [500] ......... 54 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ........
  • Page 4: Features

    A remote surveillance system can be built to monitor Up to 5 cameras can be connected. unattended stores and remote places. • There are 5 video input terminals. A Panasonic • Video, audio and digital data can be transmitted combination camera can be connected to video and received through ISDN (1 line).
  • Page 5: Precautions

    PRECAUTIONS • Refer all work related to the installation of this • Do not expose the appliance to water or moisture, product to qualified service personnel or system nor try to operate it in wet areas. installers. Take immediate action if the appliance becomes wet. Turn the power off and refer servicing to qualified ser- •...
  • Page 6: Major Operating Controls And Their Functions

    @2 @3 q Power Switch (POWER, ON / OFF) To connect the controller, use a 6-conductor DIN cable This switch is used to turn the WJ-AV20 AV Codec supplied as an accessory with the controller. power on and off. If the controller is connected to the REMOTE port on the...
  • Page 7 @1 RS-232C Host Port (RS-232C HOST PORT) When the Video Monitor is connected to this, it displays This port is used when the WJ-AV20 is controlled with a the camera images at the local site selected by the PC, etc.
  • Page 8: Wv-Cu20E Remote Controller (Option)

    WV-CU20E Remote Controller (Option) Remote Controller WV-CU20 ONE TOUCH DIAL VIDEO ALM ACK AUTO/MANU STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 DIAL CALL MEMORY REDIAL DELETE ALM MEMORY AUDIO MUTE MENU ENTER TELE WIDE NEAR #1 One-touch Dial Buttons (ONE TOUCH DIAL, 1 - 5) #8 Delete Button (DELETE) This button, in combination with the Dial button, is used This button is used to correct any numeric or alphabetic...
  • Page 9 NEAR / FAR: Adjusts camera lens focus. %1 Connection Jack This jack is used to connect with the Controller Jack on the front of the WJ-AV20 AV Codec. To connect to the codec, use a 6-conductor DIN cable supplied as an accessory with the controller.
  • Page 10: System Configuration

    In Case of Using a Panasonic Matrix Switcher with the AV Codec Observe the following precautions when using a Panasonic matrix switcher connected to a remote site. • To operate the matrix switcher and the devices connected to the matrix switcher, use the system controller (WV- CU550A) exclusive to the matrix switcher.
  • Page 11: Before Starting Operation

    BEFORE STARTING OPERATION Switching Power ON/OFF Connect the Remote Controller to the AV Codec. REMOTE RING.VOL LINE LINE POWER Connect the WV-CU20E remote controller to the controller jack or port on the front or rear of the AV Codec. Connect the remote controller to the AV Codec with the cable Press the power switch on.
  • Page 12: Basic Information

    Information Displayed on Monitor Operate the AV Codec according to the information displayed on the monitor. Here is a description of the information on the monitor. Basic Information View point number (Control site Date and present time shown during communication only) Telephone symbol VIDEO1 01/01/99 00:00:00...
  • Page 13: Calling A Site By Dialing

    CALLING A SITE BY DIALING Note Only one site can be connected. Two or more sites cannot be called at the same time. There are various ways of calling a site by dialing as follows: (1) Enter a telephone number to call a site. (2) Call a site by one-touch dialing.
  • Page 14: Calling A Site By Directly Entering A Telephone Number

    Calling a Site by Directly Entering a Telephone Number Press the DIAL button. Remote Controller WV-CU20 ONE TOUCH DIAL VIDEO ALM ACK [ DIAL] menu appears on the monitor screen. AUTO/MANU STEP1 STEP2 STEP3 DIAL CALL DIAL MEMORY REDIAL DIAL#: 1B : SUB: 2B :...
  • Page 15 Press the DIAL button for 2 seconds or more to terminate the call. The line is disconnected to terminate the call. [ LINE TERMINATED] menu appears on the monitor screen. It will be closed automatically after 10 seconds. LINE TERMINATED #### ESC:CLEAR Cause code: #016 always means the normal...
  • Page 16: Calling A Site By Quick Dialing

    Calling a Site by Quick Dialing Using a MEMORY button, the corresponding site can be called without directly entering the telephone number. Quick dial No. 000 is exclusive for sequential dialing. For details, refer to section [ Calling One Site After Another by Sequential Dialing].
  • Page 17: Calling A Site By One-Touch Dialing

    Press the CALL button. QUICK DIALING] menu appears on the monitor screen, indicating the start of communication. Quick No. and site name QUICK DIAL NO.### CONNECTING DIAL/ESC:CANCEL Line speed 64 Kbit/s 128 Kbit/s Press the DIAL button for 2 seconds or more to terminate the call The line is disconnected to terminate the call.
  • Page 18: Calling One Site After Another By Sequential Dialing

    Calling One Site After Another by Sequential Dialing The control sites can be called one after another to monitor them. Either enter the quick dial number 000 for sequential dialing, or press the ONE TOUCH DIAL button assigned to quick dial number 000.
  • Page 19 Press the DIAL button for 2 seconds or more to terminate sequential dialing. The dialog shown below appears on the monitor screen. CANCEL SEQ. DIAL? YES NO ←→:SELECT ENT:EXEC DIAL:CANCEL ESC:CLEAR • Move the cursor on [YES] by pressing the Direction button. Then press the ENTER button to terminate sequential dialing.
  • Page 20: Receiving Operation Dial-Up Standby

    RECEIVING OPERATION DIAL-UP STANDBY There are two ways of receiving calls: Automatic and man- Note ual. If Calling Number Check is set to ON in the system If automatic receiving mode has been set, then incoming setup process, then the telephone numbers of incom- calls are automatically received by the AV Codec.
  • Page 21 Press the ALM ACK button. Press the ALM ACK button to continue monitoring, or to switch from one remote site view point to another. The ALARM DIAL display is cleared on the monitor screen. Note Unless the ALM ACK button is pressed, the line is automatically disconnected when the time set for the remote site is over.
  • Page 22: Operation During Communication

    OPERATION DURING COMMUNICATION Normally, video and audio are sent to the control site according to the settings at the remote sites during communication. The following items can be remote controlled from the control site during communication. (1) Switching video transmitting mode (auto/manual) (2) Switching remote site (transmitter) video input, preset, trigger output (3) Combination camera operation Pan/tilt, zoom and focus control and calling preset numbers (1 to 8) if a combination camera is connected...
  • Page 23: Muting Audio To Transmit

    Muting Audio to Transmit DELETE Press the AUDIO MUTE button to mute the audio to be transmitted from a control site to a remote site. ALM MEMORY AUDIO MUTE [MUTE] appears on the screen, indicating that audio is muted. Press the same button again to restore sound. MENU ENTER TELE...
  • Page 24: Alarm Video Check Dial-Up Standby

    ALARM VIDEO CHECK DIAL-UP STANDBY The video before and after an alarm is detected by the sensor can be reproduced and checked using the video storage func- tion. When the AV Codec is on standby (not in communication), then the video and audio of the camera selected at that time are compressed and stored in the video memory.
  • Page 25: How To Check

    How to Check In standby mode, video and audio are always stored in the video memory of the AV Codec at a remote site. The sensor at the remote site detects an anomaly. Signals are input from the sensor. The view points are switched according to the sensor input settings (provided that the alarm is set to ON on the view point setup menu).
  • Page 26 Press the # (ALM MEMORY) button at the control site to Remote Controller WV-CU20 request an alarm video from the remote site. ONE TOUCH DIAL VIDEO ALM ACK AUTO/MANU STEP1 STEP2 STEP3 TRANSFER IMAGE FROM TRANSMITTER? DIAL CALL MEMORY REDIAL DELETE ←→:SELECT ENT:EXEC ESC:CLEAR ALM MEMORY...
  • Page 27: Setup Procedures

    SETUP PROCEDURES The Setup Menu enables control of the functions that are not accessible by direct operation. Access to the Setup Menu is limited to operators with the proper operator’s level. A setup menu appears on the monitor screen when the MENU button on the controller is pressed. The items that can be selected on the setup menus vary depending on the operating environment shown below.
  • Page 28: Menu Operating Procedures

    MENU OPERATING PROCEDURES How to Use the Controller The following buttons are generally used for menu operation. Remote Controller WV-CU20 ONE TOUCH DIAL VIDEO ALM ACK AUTO/MANU STEP1 STEP2 STEP3 DIAL CALL MEMORY REDIAL Numeric buttons To enter telephone numbers or other numeric input DELETE Escape button...
  • Page 29 Basic Menu Operation Press the MENU button. Remote Controller WV-CU20 ONE TOUCH DIAL VIDEO ALM ACK The TOP menu as shown below appears on the monitor screen. When the MENU LOCK is set to ON in the setup menu, the INPUT PASS- AUTO/MANU WORD menu shown below appears on the monitor screen.
  • Page 30: System Setup

    SYSTEM SETUP Mode Setup ..................... [100] First, set the AV Codec operation mode. Move the cursor to item 100 in the TOP menu 0 0 0 T O P by pressing the button, then press the ↓ 1 0 0 M O D E ( T R A N S M I T T E R ) ↓...
  • Page 31: Receiving Registration [200]

    Receiving Registration ............[200] Dial-Up Standby Set the receiving operation method. Move the cursor to item 200 in the TOP menu 0 0 0 T O P by pressing the button. Then press 1 0 0 M O D E ↓...
  • Page 32: Local Number Registration [220]

    Local Number Registration [220] This item lets you register local numbers. 2 2 0 L O C A L N O . R E G I . This is necessary to identify received call is when two or more S U B devices are connected using a bus connection to an ISDN line.
  • Page 33: Calling And Called Number Checks [230]

    Calling and Called Number Checks [230] This item lets you enable or disable phone number verification 2 3 0 C A L L I N G / C A L L E D N O . C H E C K when calls are received from the destination.
  • Page 34: Directory/Dialing Registration [300]

    Directory/Dialing Registration ..........[300] Dial-Up Set the items related to the directory as follows: • Register telephone numbers in the directory. • Register quick dial numbers in ONE TOUCH DIAL buttons • Set sequential dial. Receiver Move the cursor to item 300 by pressing the 0 0 0 T O P button.
  • Page 35: Quick (Short) Dial Registration [310]

    Quick (Short) Dial Registration [310] This menu lets you register Quick (Short) Dial Numbers in the directory. Up to 200 destinations can be registered in the direc- tory. Select a desired Quick Dial number (001 to 3 1 0 D I R E C T O R Y R E G I .
  • Page 36: One-Touch Dial Number Assignation [320]

    One-touch Dial Number Assignation [320] This menu lets you assign the One-touch Dial Numbers in the directory. Up to five destinations can be assigned to ONE TOUCH DIAL buttons 1 to 5. Before assigning the one-touch dial numbers, make sure the quick dial numbers have been registered in the directory. Move the cursor to the desired One-touch 3 2 0 O N E...
  • Page 37: Sequential Dialing Methods [330]

    Sequential Dialing Methods [330] This menu lets you select the sequential dialing methods as shown below. • Quick Dial Number of the destination where the sequential dialing is to begin. • Communication time per destination. • Enables or disables repeated sequential dialing. Sequential dialing is valid for the destinations that are set to ON on the SEQ.
  • Page 38: System Setup [400]

    System Setup ..................[400] Move the cursor to item 400 in the TOP menu 0 0 0 T O P by pressing the button. Then press ↓ 1 0 0 M O D E ( T R A N S M I T T E R ) ↓...
  • Page 39: Clock Setup [410]

    Clock Setup [410] This menu lets you set the current time and date. The time and date set by the following procedure are displayed on the monitor screen when the AV Codec power is turned on. They are also used to manage the times and dates in the alarm history and received call history. Enter the date in the order of day, month, and 4 1 0 C L O C K...
  • Page 40: Serial Data And Host Port Setup [420]

    Serial Data and Host Port Setup [420] This menu lets you set the parameters for communication between the ports and the connected appliance. To connect a device via the DATA PORT (such as a matrix switcher or system controller), set the parameter in the [421 SERI- AL DATA PORT].
  • Page 41: Host Port Setup [422]

    Host Port Setup [422] Move the cursor to item 422 by pressing the 4 2 0 S E R I A L / H O S T P O R T button. Then press the ENTER button. ↓ 4 2 1 S E R I A L D A T A P O R T...
  • Page 42: View Point Setup [430]

    View Point Setup [430] The following procedures are only available when the AV Codec is set to TRANSMITTER in the [100 MODE] menu. To use the functions shown below, set the view point as follows. • To use the sequential function. •...
  • Page 43 Alarm interlock ON/OFF Set alarm interlock availability. Triggers (1 to 8) N o . C A M P R S T T R G A L A R M This item lets you enable or disable alarm activation when O F F O F F an alarm is received from the associated alarm sensor con- O F F...
  • Page 44: Audio Setup [440]

    Audio Setup [440] This menu lets you set the audio methods for the transmitter and receiver. The audio quality is determined by the settings made on the transmitter. Move the cursor to the AEC (LOCAL) • Remote Site (Transmitter) parameter. Then select either ON or OFF by 4 4 0 A U D I O pressing the Direction buttons.
  • Page 45: Video Setup [450]

    Video Setup [450] Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing the button. Then press the ENTER button. The selected item submenu appears on the monitor screen. 4 5 0 V I D E O ↓ 4 5 1 V I D E O M O T I O N M O D E...
  • Page 46: On-Screen Display Setup [452]

    On-screen Display Setup [452] This menu lets you enable or disable on-screen display on the monitor screen. Move the cursor to item 452 by pressing the 4 5 0 V I D E O t or s button. Then press the ENTER ↓...
  • Page 47: Cable Compensation Setup [453]

    Cable Compensation Setup [453] This menu lets you select the optimum setting for the cable-loss compensator with the connected camera. Move the cursor to item 453 by pressing the 4 5 0 V I D E O button. Then press the ENTER button. ↓...
  • Page 48: Alarm Setup [460]

    Alarm Setup [460] Transmitter The following procedures are only available when the AV Codec is set to TRANSMITTER in the [100 MODE] menu. This menu lets you set the alarm methods when the codec located at the remote site receives an alarm signal from the associ- ated alarm sensor.
  • Page 49 Move the cursor to the ALARM AUTO DISC Alarm dialing table numbers TIMER parameter. Then enter a specific time by pressing the numeric buttons. A L A R M T Y P E : L E V E L E D G E A L A R M A U T O D I S C...
  • Page 50: Alarm Setup [461]

    Alarm Dialing Tables Setup [462, 463, 464] Move the cursor to item 462, 463 or 464 by 4 6 0 A L A R M pressing the button. Then press the ↓ 4 6 1 A L A R M S E T U P ↓...
  • Page 51: Sequential Scan Setup [470]

    Transmitter Sequential Scan Setup [470] The following procedures are only available when the AV Codec is set to TRANSMITTER in the [100 MODE] menu. This menu lets you enable or disable sequential monitoring of view points (1 to 8) at the remote site. This function is available in a standby state and during communication.
  • Page 52: Lock/Password Setup [490]

    Lock and Password Setup [490] This menu lets you enable or disable a lock on some functions and set a password to protect the system. Move the cursor to the desired item by pressing the 4 9 0 L O C K / M E N U P A S S W O R D button.
  • Page 53: Menu Password Setup [492]

    Menu Password Setup [492] This menu lets you set a new password or change a password. Move the cursor to item 492 by pressing the 4 9 0 L O C K / M E N U P A S S W O R D button.
  • Page 54: Changing Settings During Communication

    CHANGING SETTINGS DURING COMMUNICATION Remote Control Setup ............... [500] Receiver The following procedures are only available when the AV Codec is set to RECEIVER in the [100 MODE] menu, and the remote site and control site are communicating. The cameras connected to the remote sites, their video quality, and view points can be controlled from the control site during communication.
  • Page 55: Camera, Preset, Trigger Out Switching [510]

    Camera, Preset, Trigger Output Control [510] The cameras connected to the remote site, preset positions, and trigger output can be controlled from the control site during communication. This also enables the camera menu setup when a camera equipped with the specified function is connected to the VIDEO IN 1 connector on the rear of the AV Codec in the remote site.
  • Page 56: Video Motion Setup [520]

    Video Motion Setup [520] This menu lets you set the video quality transmitted from the remote site. The setting result will be stored in the AV Codec at the remote site. Move the cursor to the desired mode by pressing the t or s 5 2 0 V I D E O M O T I O N...
  • Page 57: How To Use The Maintenance Function

    HOW TO USE THE MAINTENANCE FUNCTION Maintenance ................... [600] The maintenance function is used to check the alarm and calling logs, system version, etc. This may also be used to initialize the directory and system settings. During communication, the status and version of the remote (transmitter) site can be checked.
  • Page 58: Alarm Log [610]

    Alarm Log [610] Up to 100 items on the alarm log can be verified. If the number exceeds 100, then the earlier part of the log will be recorded over. The alarm log recorded at a remote site can be downloaded to the control site for verification. Move the cursor to the desired item for 6 1 0 A L A R M...
  • Page 59: Alarm Log (Receiver)

    Alarm Log (Receiver) 6 1 2 A L A R M L O G ( R E C E I V E R ) N O . D A T E T I M E T I T L E / N O . A L M # 1 0 0 1 5 / 0 7 / 9 9...
  • Page 60: Calling Log Display [640]

    Calling Log Display [640] Move the cursor to an item to display. 6 4 0 C A L L I N G L O G ↓ 6 4 1 C A L L E D L O G C O M ↓...
  • Page 61: Serial Data Port Setup Verification [650]

    Serial Data Port Setup Verification [650] 6 5 0 S E R I A L D A T A P O R T L O C A L R E M O T E Communication speed (in bps) R A T E 9 6 0 0 9 6 0 0 D A T A...
  • Page 62: Loopback Test With Connected Site (Loopback Request)

    Loopback Test with Connected Site (Loopback Request) This test is conducted to check the environment between the sites connected for communication by having the destination site send back the audio and video data transmitted from the local site (remote loopback). Dial the number of a remote site and connect 6 6 0 L O O P B A C K...
  • Page 63: Mode Verification [680]

    Mode Verification [680] 6 8 0 M O D E D I S P . S E N D I N G M O D E : Video compression system (H263: High quality mode; H261: H 2 6 3 Standard mode) C I F G 7 2 8 Motion resolution (CIF: High resolution;...
  • Page 64: How To Use The Remote Setup Function

    HOW TO USE THE REMOTE SETUP FUNCTION Remote Setup Edit ..............[700] Receiver The settings at a remote site can be downloaded at the control site, edited, and then uploaded again. Call a remote site to edit the settings. 0 0 0 T O P ↓...
  • Page 65 Move the cursor to the item in the menu by 7 0 0 R E M O T E S E T U P E D I T pressing the button. Then press the ↓ 1 0 0 M O D E ( R E C E I V E R ) ENTER button.
  • Page 66: Installation Manual

    INSTALLATION MANUAL Based on the system configuration below, descriptions will be given to explain how to make connections. • Standard system configuration This example is used to show how to establish a surveillance system using a maximum of 5 cameras. •...
  • Page 67: Before Starting Work

    BEFORE STARTING WORK Installation place • The installation place shall be free from direct exposure to sunlight and hot air flow. • Unit shall be installed where moisture, dust and vibrations are minimal. • It shall be installed as far as possible from transformers, light adjusters, video units, CRT monitors, etc., because there is a possibility of it being affected by the induction noise.
  • Page 68: Connections

    CONNECTIONS Standard System Configuration Remote site Control site Combination camera Colour/black and white camera Coaxial cable (with BNC plug) VIDEO IN 3 VIDEO IN 2 VIDEO IN 4 AV Codec (receiver) ISDN ISDN VIDEO IN 1 ISDN REMOTE RING.VOL REMOTE RING.VOL LINE LINE...
  • Page 69: Camera Connections

    Camera connections The camera shall be connected to the video input con- Combination camera is con- nectors 1 - 5 on the transmitter side through a coaxial nected to the video input con- cable (with BNC plug, to be procured locally). When nector 1.
  • Page 70: Sensor Operation

    Sensor Operation • If there is a sensor input at the remote site (transmit- An alarm input entering later cannot be accepted until ter), then automatic transmission is performed toward the preceding communication has been finished. the preset distant party. The destination can be For viewpoint interlocked functions, however, opera- changed according to the day of the week and time tion is possible at any time.
  • Page 71: Example Of Connections With Video Quad Unit Or Sequential Switcher

    Operating Instructions for the units to be connected. SENSOR IN/TRIGGER OUT PARALLEL PORT SIGUNAL GND JW–AV20 RS–485 RS–232C ON ↓ OFF ON HOST PORT AC IN LOCAL REMOTE TEST REMOTE DATA PORT HOST PORT ISDN VIDEO AUDIO SETUP TERM AV Codec (WJ-AV20)
  • Page 72: Example Of Connections With Matrix Switcher Or Video Multiplexer

    Example of Connections with Matrix Switcher or Video Multiplexer Remote site Control site Combination camera Color/ black and white camera Matrix Switcher O P E R A T E Matrix Switcher WJ-SX RS485 6-pin modular cable MONITOR OUT (Attached to AV Codec) Coaxial cable (with BNC plug) VIDEO IN 1...
  • Page 73 Connection of System Controller (WV-CU550A) The system controller is connected to the data port on the receiver side through a modular cable (furnished with the system controller). • Setting of AV Codec (receiver side) Set the No.3 DIP switch on the receiver side to the OFF SENSOR IN/TRIGGER OUT PARALLEL PORT SIGUNAL GND...
  • Page 74 Connection of Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX550A) The matrix switcher is connected to the data port through a modular cable (furnished with the system controller). Matrix Switcher (WJ-SX550A) • Setting of AV Codec (transmitter side) CONTROL INPUT OUTPUT RS-232C VIDEO OUT1 Set the No.3 DIP switch on the transmitter side to the DATA 1 ON position (cross).
  • Page 75: Rack Mounting

    RACK MOUNTING Caution • Do not block the ventilation opening or slots on the cover which prevent the appliance from overheating. Always keep the temperature on the rack within 45°C (113°F). • Secure the rear of the appliance to the rack using the additional mounting brackets (procured locally) if the rack is subject to vibration.
  • Page 76: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Trouble Possible Cause Remedy Power remains off. Power cord is not correctly connected. Insert power cord plug correctly into an AC outlet. Power plug is not inserted into an AC out- let. Camera images are not dis- Camera is not connected to selected video Select the video input to which camera is con- played at local site on the input connector.
  • Page 77 Trouble Possible Cause Remedy No connection can be made 8-conductor modular cable for line con- Connect ISDN line terminal on back of AV to the opposite site. nection is not correctly connected. Codec to modular jack with 8-conductor mod- ular cable by inserting it till it clicks. (Disconnection cause value #199 or #255 is displayed on the monitor screen.) Wiring problems...
  • Page 78 Trouble Possible Cause Remedy Alarm dialing cannot be con- Sensor is not correctly connected. Correctly connect sensor. Correctly set sensor nected. type and edge/level. Sensor input settings are not correctly reg- Register quick dial numbers registered in the istered. directory by using the alarm dialing table. Sensor signal input time is too short.
  • Page 79 Trouble Possible Cause Remedy Opposite terminal cannot be Both terminals are set to receive. Receivers cannot be connected to each other. controlled. [Opposite termi- Change settings. nal uncontrollable] is shown. Negotiation failure between terminals Try connecting again. No alarm log or communica- •...
  • Page 80 NO USER RESPONDING The user does not respond to receiving calls because the ISDN line cable is not connected or power is off. Confirm the connection between WJ-AV20 and the network and check the power. #019 NO ANSWER FROM USER The user does not respond to receiving calls.
  • Page 81: Optional Accessories

    OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES Product name Model name Q’ty* Remarks WJ-CU20E Controller Ask the sales agent of Only one combination camera can be connected CCTV camera 5 units max. our service people. to the “video input connector 1.” Ask the sales agent of Depends on sys- Usage is possible with a quad unit or frame CCTV monitor...
  • Page 82: Appendix

    APPENDIX For Personnel Attending to ISDN Line Work To perform connection work between the rosette and this unit, a certificate is required for the Telephony Working Personnel Qualification, Digital Class 1 or Class 2. Please ask the telecom or its sales agent for the cabling work. When multiple con- nectors are connected to a single DSU, the following points must be kept in mind: Termination (Terminating resistance 100Ω)
  • Page 83: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS General Power supply : 220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz Power consumption : 13 W max. Weight : 4 kg 420 (W) × 44 (H) × 350 (D) mm (no rubber feet and bosses included) Dimensions : Applicable line : ISDN BRI dial-up (1B/2B) Video input 1 - 5, composite / 1 V[p-p]/75 Ω...
  • Page 84: Standard Accessories

    STANDARD ACCESSORIES Switch protector ................... 1 Rack mount bracket ................2 Mounting bracket screw (M3) .............. 6 Power cord (2.5 m) ................2 8-conductor modular cable (for ISDN network) (3 m) ......1 6-conductor modular cable (for host RS-485 data port) (3 m) .... 1 * The figures given in the quantity column are per AV Codec.
  • Page 85: Specifications For Sensor Input/Trigger Output Terminals

    Specifications for Sensor Input/Trigger Output Terminals [Viewed from the rear side of this unit] Sensor input The conditions for the sensor that can be used are as SENSOR IN/TRIGGER OUT follows: 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 •...
  • Page 86: Specifications For Setting Dip Switches

    Specifications for Setting Dip Switches Function Receive terminating resistance on trans- Not terminated Terminated parent side Transmit terminating resistance on trans- Not terminated Terminated parent side Send/receive pin wiring cross SW on trans- Straight Crossover parent side Exclusively for At the time of purchase, setting is Host port changeover switch Changeover mode RS-232C...
  • Page 87: Index

    INDEX 000 TOP ..............29 660 LOOPBACK REQUEST ........62 100 MODE ..............30 670 VERSION .............62 200 RECEIVING REGI..........31 680 MODE DISP............63 210 RECEIVING REGI. ↓ ..........31 690 INITIALIZE ............63 220 LOCAL NO. CHECK ..........32 700 REMOTE SETUP EDIT .........64 230 CALLING/CALLED NO.
  • Page 88 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan N0100-1030 YWV8QA5337BN Printed in Japan © Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. 2000...