Honeywell HEGS5001 manual

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    HEGS5000/HEGS5001 Joystick Controller PTZ, MUX, and VCR Control User Guide 900.0800 – June 2006 - [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 ii 900.0800 19-Jun-06 ISSUE DATE REVISIONS 900.0394 1.0 February 2006 Initial Release 900.[...]

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    FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT INFORMATION TO THE USER: This equipment has been tested and found to comply[...]

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. READ INSTRUCTIONS – All safety and operating instructions should be read b[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 v 900.08 00 19-Jun-06 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 14. POWER-CORD PROTECTION – Powe r supply cor[...]

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    EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral tri[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 vii 900.0800 19-Jun-06 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: INTRODUCTON ..........................[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 viii 900.0800 19-Jun-06 TABLE OF CONTENTS, CONTINUED 5.2.8 List VectorScan Contents ......[...]

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    LIST OF FIGURES, CONTINUED Figure 6. HEGS5000 Icon Overlay .........................................[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 x 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 1: INTRODUCTON 1.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The HEGS5000 is a controller designed to pr ovide sim[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 2 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 2: INSTALLATION AND EQ UIPMENT SETUP 2.1 CONNECTIONS A terminal block is provided for connec[...]

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    2.2 INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS Input Input Cam 16 Cam 1 Output Outpu t Sp o t Sp o t Monitor Main Monitor[...]

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    2.2 INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS, CONTINUED +12VDC GND RS-232 ( TX) RS-232 ( RX) RS-485 ( D+) RS-485 (D-) K[...]

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    2.2 INSTALLATION DIAGRAMS, CONTINUED +12V DC +12VDC GND GND RS -232 (T X ) RS- 232 (TX ) RS -232 (RX[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 7 900.0800 19-Jun-06 2.3 EQUIPMENT SETUP 2.3.1 KD6/HD6 Setup The KD6/HD6 Dome must be set [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 8 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 3: MODES OF OPERATION 3.1 MODES OF OPERATION There are two modes of operation when usin g th[...]

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    3.2 MODE CONFIGURATION, CONTINUED 3. Press  or  keys to scroll through th e available options.[...]

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    3.3.1 Default Password Master Default Password is 1994 . Operator Default Password is 1111 . Master [...]

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    3.3.4 Log Out To log off the controller, p erform the following steps. 1. Press the Run Me nu ( Run [...]

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    SECTION 4: SYSTEM SETUP 4.1 SETTING UP THE CONTROLLER The components controlled by the HEGS5000 are [...]

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    4.2 NAVIGATING THE MENUS, CONTINUED • To exit the System Menu, use the joystick to choose menu 8 ([...]

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    4.3 MENUS, CONTINUED Cameras Menu Name Menu Number Description Cameras 3.0 Used to set the type of c[...]

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    4.3 MENUS, CONTINUED KDZ SETUP Menu Name Menu Number Description KDZ Setup 4.0 Used to program the a[...]

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    4.3 MENUS, CONTINUED General Menu Name Menu Number Description General 7.0 Used to deactivate the bu[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 18 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 5: STANDALONE MODE HEGS5000 5.1 OPERATION When the HEGS5000 Controller is in Standalone Mode[...]

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    5.1.1 Camera (KD6/HD6) Selection To select a camera for control: 1. Enter the camera number (1-256) [...]

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    Table 1. Manual Control, Contin ued Function Description Freeze Video ( ) Press the Freeze Video ( )[...]

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    5.2 KD6/HD6 DOME MENUS The HEGS5000 contr oller can be used to program KD6/HD 6 PTZ units. 1. Press [...]

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    Table 2. DOME MENU ( 1. __ _ 3. __ _ ) Key – Access/Exit Dome Menus, Continued Menu Description To[...]

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    5.2.1 Dome Setup Menu, Contin ued The on-screen menu is displayed on the monitor whe re the KD6/HD6 [...]

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    5.2.2 Program PreShot There are two methods for programming and sa ving PreShots. The first method q[...]

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    5.2.2 Program PreShot, Continued 6. Press the Enter ( ) key. The following is displayed on the contr[...]

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    5.2.2 Program PreShot, Continued 9. Press the + or – key until the character for the desired actio[...]

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    5.2.2 Program PreShot, Continued g. Press the +/- key until uppe r case D is displayed on t he contr[...]

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    5.2.4 List Programmed PreShots To view a listing of the programmed PreShots, perform the followi ng [...]

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    5.2.5 Programming a VectorScan N ote: VectorScan Programming is only available to Master users. 1. P[...]

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    5.2.5 Programming a Vecto rScan, Continued 13. Press Enter ( ) when finish ed adding PreShots. The f[...]

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    5.2.7 List VectorScans To view a list of the programmed Vector Scans: 1. Press the Dome Menu ( 1. __[...]

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    5.2.8 List VectorScan Contents, Continued 5. When finished viewing the VectorScan contents, press En[...]

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    5.2.11 Delete a Tour 1. Press the Dome Menu ( 1. __ _ 3. __ _ ) key. 2. Press + or – until Tour Me[...]

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    5.2.12 Programming Sect or IDs, continued 8. Enter the Sector title (up to 24 characters) a. Press t[...]

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    5.2.12 Programming Sect or IDs, continued b. Using the joystick, move the PTZ so the upper right cor[...]

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    5.2.13.1 Programming/Editing/Deleting Pri vacy Zones, Sony Camera, C ontinued a. Press the + or – [...]

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    5.2.13.1 Programming/Editing/Deleting Pri vacy Zones, Sony Camera, C ontinued 12. Press + or – unt[...]

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    5.2.13.2 Programming/Editing/Deleti ng Privacy Zones, Hitachi Ca mera To program privacy zo nes in a[...]

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    5.2.13.2 Programming/Editing/Deleting Privacy Zo nes, Hitachi Camera, Conti nued c. Press Enter ( ).[...]

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    5.2.13.3 Changing the Privacy Zone Password 1. Press the Dome Menu ( 1. __ _ 3. __ _ ) key. 2. Press[...]

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    5.2.14 Nightshot Mode The nightshot feature is only available on KD6/HD6 models with th e following [...]

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    SECTION 6: MUX MODE OPERATION HEGS5001 6.1 INTRODUCTION In the MUX mode of operation, the HEGS5001 i[...]

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    6.1 INTRODUCTION, CONTINUED The initial display after a user logs on the controller is shown below. [...]

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    6.2.1 Absolute Mode In absolute mode, the camera number is displayed and selected b y a number in th[...]

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    6.3 MULTIPLEXER CONTROL The HEGS5001 controller sends basic commands t o the multiplexer to simulat [...]

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    6.4 VCR CONTROL The HEGS5001 controller sends basic commands t o the VCR. Refer to the VCR User Manu[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 48 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 7: DOWNLOADING NEW FIRMWARE TO THE HEGS5000 7.1 INTRODUCTION New firmware for the HEG S5000 [...]

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    7.2 DOWNLOADING NEW FIRMWARE TO THE HEGS5000, CONTINUED 5. Press . The controller will clear the mem[...]

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    7.2 DOWNLOADING NEW FIRMWARE TO THE HEGS5000, CONTINUED 8. Click on the red dot on the right of the [...]

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    7.2 DOWNLOADING NEW FIRMWARE TO THE HEGS5000, CONTINUED 10. Click on the Transmit Hex File Icon to b[...]

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    7.2 DOWNLOADING NEW FIRMWARE TO THE HEGS5000, CONTINUED 12. Select the latest version of the firmwar[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 54 900.0800 19-Jun-06 Notes:[...]

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    SECTION 8: TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE 8.1 TROUBLESHOOTING If problems occur at the initial i ns[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 56 900.0800 19-Jun-06 8.3 SERVICING THE CONTROLLER If problems still exist after verifying[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 57 900.0800 19-Jun-06 SECTION 9: SPECIFICATIONS Input Voltage 9-12V dc Power 6W Controls P[...]

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    Honeywell Video Systems (Head Offic e) 2700 Blankenbaker Pkwy, Suite 150 Louisville, KY 40299 www.ho[...]