Download Print this page

Advertisement

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
System controller
About this manual
Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual
carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.
This manual gives basic connections and operating
instructions.
VSP-8000
(XE)

Advertisement

   Also See for Sanyo VSP-8000

   Related Manuals for Sanyo VSP-8000

   Summary of Contents for Sanyo VSP-8000

  • Page 1

    VSP-8000 INSTRUCTION MANUAL System controller (XE) About this manual • Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference. • This manual gives basic connections and operating instructions.

  • Page 2

    However, in the event of a problem, the owner is advised not to attempt to make repairs or open the cabinet. Servicing should always be referred to your dealer or Sanyo Authorized Service Centre. CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Sanyo multiplexers, timelapse VCRs, cameras CONNECTING THE VSP-8000 ....5 and digital video recorders. It can operate a maximum of 128 of each device, to a maximum of 256 devices in total.

  • Page 4: Part Names

    PART NAMES Operation panel K H I J ALARM LIST button ( P43) MENU button ( P7) Press to display the alarm data for each device. Press to bring up the menus. Switches between the menu display and initial display each time pressed. ALARM lamp ( P43) AF button Lights to notify you if an alarm occurs at a device.

  • Page 5: Rear Panel

    Do not use all of the RS-485 control terminals. Battery compartment (RJ-11 A and B terminals) Backup function The VSP-8000 is equipped with a lithium battery for backing up the internal clock of the unit. The battery is charged when power Pin number A terminal signal B terminal signal is supplied to the unit.

  • Page 6: Connecting The Vsp-8000

    Connecting using the push-lock terminal Make the connections with a modular cable (either the one Make the connections with a twisted-pair cable. Connect the A supplied with the VSP-8000 or one sold separately). signals together and the B signals together. •...

  • Page 7

    CONNECTING THE VSP-8000 Number of devices that can be connected The devices are to be connected in series (i.e., daisy-chain connection) with either modular cables or twisted-pair cables. For details regarding how to set the address and termination for a device, refer to the instruction manual supplied with that device.

  • Page 8: Menu Settings

    MENU SETTINGS Turn on the VSP-8000 with the power switch on the rear panel, and set the date and time. The settings are performed at the menu screen area. Displaying the menu screen Press the MENU button and then press either the + or – buttons to switch between the different menu screens.

  • Page 9: Setting The Date And Time

    SETTING THE DATE AND TIME Example: Setting the date to May 10, 2000 and the time to 9:20:00. Press the MENU button. - / M : - - / D : - - MENU Then press the + (or – ) button until “ CLOCK SET” is displayed and - - : - - : 0 0 press the ENTER button.

  • Page 10: Setting Daylight-saving Time

    SETTING DAYLIGHT-SAVING TIME Set the daylight-saving time (summer time) so that the clock will automatically change at the start and end of daylight-saving time. Press the MENU button. MENU S U M M E R T I M E Then press the + (or – ) button until “ SUMMER TIME SET” is N O U S E displayed and press the ENTER button.

  • Page 11: Setting The Security Locks

    SETTING THE SECURITY LOCKS To prevent unwarranted use of the VSP-8000 while it is operating, the unit or the entire system can be set to a security lock by entering a secret code. There are two types of security locks: a simple lock that does not depend on the time, and a timer lock that only activates during a set time period.

  • Page 12

    Note: The secret code will be required to deactivate the lock, so be sure to write it down so it is not forgotten. For mistakes: Press the CLEAR button and reenter the secret code. If the secret code is lost or forgotten, contact your nearest Sanyo dealer or representative. Press the ENTER button.

  • Page 13: Setting The Communication Speed

    SETTING THE COMMUNICATION SPEED Set the communication speed (baud rate) at which data is transferred. The baud rate set here should match the baud rate set for devices that this unit will operate. Press the MENU button. MENU B A U D R A T E S E T Then press the + (or –...

  • Page 14: Setting The Title

    SETTING THE TITLE Set a title (i.e., name) for each device on the system. Press the MENU button. MENU M X : - - Then press the + (or – ) button until “ TITLE SET” is displayed and press the ENTER button. ENTER •...

  • Page 15: Checking The Group Settings

    CHECKING THE GROUP SETTINGS When you set the groups, each device stores the information regarding which group it belongs to in their memory. When you perform a group check, the group information is read from each device connected via the RS-485 interface and the group settings are renewed.

  • Page 16: Setting The Buzzer

    SETTING THE BUZZER The system controller’s internal buzzer can be set to sound at times such as when an alarm is received or the operating status changes in any of the connected devices. Press the MENU button. MENU B U Z Z E R S E T Then press the + (or –...

  • Page 17: Uploading And Downloading Menus

    UPLOADING AND DOWNLOADING MENUS You can upload menu data from a specified device that is connected to the system controller, and also download to all devices of the same type or from devices in a group. Attention! This feature will allow the menu settings of all connected devices to be set at the same time. Note: Some devices may not be compliant with the upload/download feature.

  • Page 18

    UPLOADING AND DOWNLOADING MENUS [B] Downloading to a specified group In download standby mode, press the + (or – ) button to change the V R A L L “ ALL” display to “ GR” . O K : E N T E R N O : C L R G R : - - Enter the group number (e.g., 1) with the numeric keypad.

  • Page 19: Downloading The Date And Time

    DOWNLOADING THE DATE AND TIME You can download the date and time setting data from the system controller to all devices or a specified group of devices that are connected to the system controller. Attention! This feature will allow time settings of all connected devices to be set at the same time. Note: Some models do not have this feature.

  • Page 20

    DOWNLOADING THE DATE AND TIME Press the ENTER button. The date appears. ENTER 0 1 / 0 4 / 2 5 • O K : E N T E R N O : C L R Press the CLEAR button to return to the “CLCOK DOWN LOAD” screen. Press the ENTER button.

  • Page 21: Multiplexer Operation

    The VSP-8000 enables two methods of multiplexer operation. One is performing direct operation using the command buttons on the VSP-8000 [A] and the other is by using the call-up commands to bring up commands to the menu screen [B]. Some multiplexers are equipped with a matrix switching function (for spot monitor screen setting), and some are not.

  • Page 22

    Command button operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. Monitor 1 indicates the main monitor when a matrix switching function is available. VSP-8000 command button Operation Menu screen Splits monitor 1 into multiple screens (16-screen/9-screen screen) MX:001 <MULTI>...

  • Page 23: [b] Operation Using The Call-up Commands

    MULTIPLEXER OPERATION [B] Operation using the call-up commands Use the procedure outlined below to operate the multiplexers. CLEAR INDIVIDUAL 1 Device display S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r V R : - - 1 5 : 3 0 : 3 0 Multiplexer M X : - -...

  • Page 24: [c] Operating Cameras Using The Multiplexer

    When operating in camera control mode, one of the following screens may be displayed, depending on the camera selected. [A] If a camera not manufactured by Sanyo is selected ( P24) M X : 0 0 1 C < O T H E R >...

  • Page 25

    [A] If a camera not manufactured by Sanyo is selected “OTHER” will appear in the display if the selected camera is not manufactured by Sanyo. Pressing command buttons of the CAMERA keypad will not change display of this message. M X : 0 0 1 C < O T H E R >...

  • Page 26: Timelapse Vcr Operation

    The VSP-8000 enables two methods of timelapse VCR operation. One is by performing direct operations using the command buttons on the VSP-8000 [A] and the other is by using the call-up commands to bring up commands to the menu screen [B].

  • Page 27

    TIMELAPSE VCR OPERATION Command button operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. Note: Please note that the menu operation differs according to the timelapse VCR model. Command button Operation Menu screen • REW f Rewinds the tape VR:001 <REW>...

  • Page 28: [b] Operation Using The Call-up Commands

    TIMELAPSE VCR OPERATION [B] Operation using the call-up commands Use the procedure outlined below to operate the timelapse VCRs. CLEAR INDIVIDUAL 1 Device display S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r M X : - - 1 5 : 3 0 : 3 0 Multiplexer 2 Device selection...

  • Page 29

    TIMELAPSE VCR OPERATION Call-up command operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. Call-up command Operation Menu screen ALARM SCAN Plays back first 5 seconds of alarm recordings ( A) ALARM SEARCH Searches for specified alarm recording and still image ( B) •...

  • Page 30: Camera Operation

    Note: If the receiver unit is to be used, select a camera and carry out the following operations in sequence. The VSP-8000 enables two methods of camera operation. One is by performing direct operations using the command buttons on the VSP-8000 and the other is by using the call-up commands to bring up commands to the menu screen.

  • Page 31

    CAMERA OPERATION Command button operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. VSP-8000 command button Operation Menu screen Turns electronic shutter on and off ( A) CM:001 ON:+ OFF:- Turns glare compensation on and off...

  • Page 32

    CAMERA OPERATION Operations A: Turns electronic shutter on and off D: Turns other functions on/off F: Moves the camera to a preset position The AUX button switches between Press the ELS button. “ AU.ALL” and “ AU.– –” . Specify a position number with the C M : 0 0 1 E L S numeric keypad.

  • Page 33: [b] Operation Using The Call-up Commands

    CAMERA OPERATION [B] Operation using the call-up commands Use the procedure outlined below to operate the dome cameras. CLEAR INDIVIDUAL 1 Device display S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r M X : - - 1 5 : 3 0 : 3 0 Multiplexer 2 Device selection...

  • Page 34

    CAMERA OPERATION Call-up command operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. Call-up command Operation Menu screen L-L PHASE Adjusts the vertical synchronization ( A) CM:001 L-L PHASE PRESET MEMORY Records the filming position, zoom and focus into the memory address CM:001 specified by the position number ( B)

  • Page 35: Digital Video Recorder Operation

    The VSP-8000 enables two methods of digital video recorder operation. One is by performing direct operations using the command buttons on the VSP-8000 [A] and the other is by using the call-up commands to bring up commands to the menu screen [B].

  • Page 36

    DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER OPERATION Command button operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. VSP-8000 command Operation Menu screen button • PLAY c Playback DR:001 <PLAY> • Starts recording check/Stops recording check STOP b Stops playback DR:001 <STOP>...

  • Page 37: [b] Operation Using The Call-up Commands

    DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER OPERATION [B] Operation using the call-up commands Use the procedure outlined below to operate the digital video recorders. CLEAR INDIVIDUAL 1 Device display S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r M X : - - 1 5 : 3 0 : 3 0 Multiplexer...

  • Page 38

    DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER OPERATION Call-up command operation list in the table tells you the corresponding section below for reference. Call-up command Operation Menu screen CLOCK ADJUST Sets minutes and seconds of clock to 00 ( A) COPY Copies still images to the archive recording area or to a CompactFlash card DR:001 ( B) COPY...

  • Page 39: Group Setting

    GROUP SETTING The VSP-8000 lets you operate multiple devices at the same time. To operate a number of devices as a group, you must first set them as a group. Up to 15 devices can be set as a group. After making any group setting, be sure to perform a group check and store the new settings in memory.

  • Page 40

    GROUP SETTING Group assignment example Group 1 Controller 0 Group 2 Group Controller 1 assignment Group 3 Controller 4 Group 15 MX: Multiplexer, VR: Timelapse VCR, CM: Camera, DR: Digital video recorder Example: Assign the multiplexer (address 2), timelapse VCR (address 2), camera (address 2), and digital video recorder (address 2) to group 2.

  • Page 41: Operate The Addresses Assigned To A Group

    GROUP SETTING [2] Operate the addresses assigned to a group CLEAR GROUP 1 Group mode S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r G R : - Checking the specified group 1 6 : 2 0 : 1 5 G R : 0 3 C H E C K GROUP...

  • Page 42

    GROUP SETTING Group operation example Group 1 Controller 0 Group 2 Controller 1 Group 3 Controller 4 Simultaneous playback Group 15 MX: Multiplexer, VR: Timelapse VCR, CM: Camera, DR: Digital video recorder Example: Simultaneously playback the timelapse VCRs of group 3 Press the GROUP button.

  • Page 43: Delete A Group Address

    GROUP SETTING [3] Delete a group address CLEAR CLEAR GROUP 1 Deletion mode S A N Y O C o n t r o l l e r G R : 0 1 C L E A R Check the deletion 1 6 : 2 0 : 1 5 M X : 0 0 1 G R : 0 1...

  • Page 44: Alarm List

    Note: If an alarm occurs before the clock has been set for the VSP-8000, then the display of the alarm in the menu screen will not have a time. A 0 0 1 - - / - - - - : - -...

  • Page 45: Status List

    VSP-8000. Please refer to your instruction manual for details. Note: The status list can be set at some connected devices so that it cannot be displayed in the menu screen of the VSP-8000. For more details, refer to the device instruction manuals.

  • Page 46: Display Meanings And Remedies

    Wait a moment and try again. A potential difference has occurred in the Please ensure that the earth terminal of computer connected to the VSP-8000 and this equipment, or the earth terminal of the RS-485 signals are not operating properly.

  • Page 47: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Communication method : RS 485 Control terminals : RJ-11: 2 terminals Push-lock: 1 pair RS-232C terminal : D-SUB (9-pin): 1 port Address/termination switch : Address: 3-bit DIP switch Termination: 1-bit DIP switch Communication speed (baud rate) : 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200 bps Max.

  • Page 48

    SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. 1AC6P1P2442-- L8CSB/XE (0402KP-SY) Printed in Japan...

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: