Use the supplied VISCA RS-422
H SYSTEM SELECT switch
Used for selecting the video format of
the signal to be output from the HDMI
For details, see "Setting of the SYSTEM
SELECT switch" (page 10).
I HDMI video connector
Supplies the images as a HDMI video
signal or DVI video signal.
J IR SELECT switch
Select the camera number when you
operate multiple cameras with the same
infrared remote commander.
K VISCA IN connector
Connect to a computer via an RS-232
interface. When you connect multiple
cameras, connect it to the VISCA OUT
connector of the previous camera in the
daisy chain connection.
L VISCA OUT connector
When you connect multiple cameras,
connect it to the VISCA IN connector of
the next camera in the daisy chain
M LAN connector (RJ-45 8-pin)
Connect to a switching HUB that is
compatible with 10BASE-T/100BASE-
TX using a LAN cable (category 5 or
higher, shielded twisted pair).
When a link is established, the green
indicator lights, and it flashes during
communication. While connected with
100BASE-TX, the yellow indicator also
For safety, do not connect the connector
for peripheral device wiring that might
have excessive voltage to this port.
Follow the instructions for this port.
N DC 12 V connector
Connect the supplied AC power adaptor.
O Reset switch
The reset switch is available only when
LAN is set. If you press this switch with
a pointed tip for about five seconds, the
camera will reboot and the IP settings
will return to the factory default.
Factory settings for IP
IP address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
P BOTTOM switches
Used for LAN and VISCA CONTROL
switching, RS-232 and RS-422
switching, 9,600 bps and 38,400 bps
baud rate selection and IR signal output
For details, refer to the setting of the
BOTTOM switches (page 10).
Q Tripod screw hole
R Ceiling bracket mounting screw
Location and Functions of Parts and Controls