Honeywell HJZTPX manual

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    900.0570 – September 2005 – Rev. 1.01 H J Z T P / H J Z T P X Joystick Controller f or PTZ Camer[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 ii 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 ISSUE DA TE REVISIONS HJZMU001150 A March 2005 Initial Release. B [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 iii 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 FCC COMPLIANCE STATE MENT Information to the User: T his equipmen[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 iv 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. READ IN STRUCTIONS – Al l safety and o p[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 v 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 14. DAMAGE RE QUIRING SE RVICE – Unplug the [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 vi 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 Prior to installation and use of this product, please o bs erve th[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 vii 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: INTRODU CTION ......................[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 viii 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 TABLE OF CONTENTS , CONTINUED 4.6 DVR SELECTION ................[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 ix 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 TABLE OF CONTENTS , CONTINUED 6.9.8 To Stop a Tour of Presets.....[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 x 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 TABLE OF CONTENTS , CONTINUED 8.3 CONTROLLING SCAN ASSEMBLIES .....[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 1 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 P RODUCT DESCRIPT ION The HJZTP Ke ybo[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 2 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 1.3 P ACKAGE CONTENTS Quantity Description 1 HJZTP or HJZTPX Joy s[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 3 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 2: INSTALLATIO N 2.1 CONNECTIONS All connections t o and f[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 4 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.2 S UPPLIED CABLES 2.2.1 Eight- Way RJ45 Connector to Eight - Wa[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 5 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.3 D OME CONNECTIONS 2.3.1 Daisy chain Figure 4. DOME DAISY CHAIN[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 6 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.3 D OME CONNECTIONS, CONTINUED 2.3.2 Star Wiring Config uration [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 7 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.4 D VR AND MULTIPLEXER CONNECTION 2.4.1 DVR Se tup The DVR unit [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 8 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.5 KEYBOARD CASCADING It is possible to casc ade up to thr ee sla[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 9 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.6 CONNECTOR PIN ASSI GNMEN TS Viewed from wiring input side of p[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 10 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 2.6 CONNECTOR PIN AS SI GNMENTS, CONTINUED Viewed from wiring inpu[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 11 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 3: SETUP 3.1 KEYBOARD L O CK If the keyboard is l ocked, t[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 12 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 3.2 LCD DIS PLAY The LCD display shows infor mation about th e cur[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 13 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 3.3 S YSTEM SETUP Before using th e HJZTP keyboard it must be s et[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 14 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 3.3.2 DVR/Mult iplexer/Camera Conne ction Note: The DVR/mul tiplex[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 15 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 3.3.2 DVR/Mul tiplexer/Camer a Connection, Continued Example: If a[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 16 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 3.3.3 Dome (PTZ) Proto col The keyboard can b e set up to co ntrol[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 17 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 4: DVR CONTROL F UN CTIONS 4.1 D VR MODE Press the ‘mode[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 18 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 4.4 P ICTURE CONTROL The following tabl e indicates th e keys used[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 19 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 4.7 RECORDING AND PL AYBACK The following tabl e indicates th e ke[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 20 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 4.8 A LARM FUNCTION If an alarm is active, press the ‘alarm’ k[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 21 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 5: MULTIPLEXER C ONTROL FUNCTIONS 5.1 MULTIP LEXER MODE Pr[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 22 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 5.2.2 Bottom Men u To enter the m ultiplexer bot tom menu press th[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 23 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 5.3 PICTURE CONTROL , CONTINUED Press the ‘play’ k ey to sele [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 24 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 5.6 MULTIP LEXER SELE CTION Pressing a number follo wed by the ‘[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 25 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 6: PTZ CONTROL FU NCTIONS WHEN USING HONE YWELL VCL (RAPID[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 26 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.5 ZOOM Rotate the top of t he[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 27 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.8 MANU AL CHANGE OVER (C HANG[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 28 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.9.3 To Start a Tour of Preset[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 29 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.9.5 To Vary the Standard S pe[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 30 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.9.7 To Vary the Standard S pe[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 31 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.10.1 Hom e Select ‘ HO ME ?[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 32 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.10.3 Remote Reset Select ‘ [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 33 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL VCL PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 6.10.5 IR Lamps Select ‘ IR/ [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 34 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 Notes:[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 35 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 7: PTZ CONTROL FU NCTIONS WHEN USING HONE YWELL DIAMOND (K[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 36 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL DIAMOND PRO TOCOL, CONTINUED 7.3 P AN AND TILT Precise c[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 37 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL, CONTINUED 7.8 P RESHOT SEEK To seek pr[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 38 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL, CONTINUED 7.12 NIGHTSHOT Press ‘ aux[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 39 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL, CONTINUED 7.15 ON SCREEN DISPL AY (OSD[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 40 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 HONEYWELL DIAMOND PROTOCOL , CONTINUED 7.15 ON SCREEN DISPL AY (OS[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 41 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 8: PTZ CONTROL FU NCTIONS WHEN USING HONEYWELL MAXPRO MODE[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 42 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 8.6 PRESHOTS When using Max pro mode, ther e are several Pr eShots[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 43 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 8.7 V ECTORSCANS (VID EO TOUR) CAUTION: Continuou s VectorSc an op[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 44 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 8.10 PROGRAMMING PTZ TOURS PreShots 83, 84, and 85 have been reser[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 45 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 SECTION 9: TECHNICAL SPE CIFICATIONS Features HJZTP / HJZTPX Max d[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 46 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 Notes:[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 47 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 APPENDIX A: MENU NAVIGA T ION MAIN SCREEN DOME FUNCTIONS HOME TIME[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 4 8 90 0.0570 8 -Sept -05 Notes:[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 49 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 APPENDIX B: DIAGNOSTICS B.1 JOYSTICK AUTO CALIBRATION Pressing and[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 50 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 Notes:[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 51 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 APPENDIX C: VCL (ORBITER/R APID DOME) DATA INPU T The following H [...]

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    Rev. 1.01 52 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 Notes:[...]

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    Rev. 1.01 53 900.0570 8 -Sept -05 APPENDIX D: PASSWORDS The are two user p asswords and a keyboar d [...]

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