Honeywell HXMT9 / HXMT9X manual

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    Inst allation Manual 9-Channel Blac k&W hite Multiple x er HXMT9 / HXMT9X[...]

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    W ARNING: Explanation of Graphical Symbols TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPO[...]

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    Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qual[...]

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    IMPORT ANT SAFEGUARDS 1. READ INSTRUCTIONS – 2. RET AIN INSTRUCTIONS 3. CLEANING 4. A TT ACHMENTS [...]

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    1 1. POWER CORDS 12. HEED W ARNINGS 13. LIGHTNING 14. OVERLOADING 15. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY 16. SE[...]

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    FCC INFORMA TION : THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO COMPL Y WITH THE LIMITS FOR A CLASS A[...]

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    T able Of Content s Pages Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Inst allation 1 Features 1 T echnical Ove[...]

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    Motion Detection Index Setup 33 Motion Detection Index List 34 Motion Detection Schedule Setup 35 Mo[...]

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    User Scrn Chg… 64 Alarm Operation 82 OSD Change… 66 Screen Protect… 67 Manual Alarm… 67 Alar[...]

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    On-Screen Display (Main) 83 On-Screen Display (S pot) 83 Other Features (Internal) 83 Other Features[...]

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    List of Illustraions Figure 1 — T ypical multiplexer system configuration 1 Figure 2 — connectio[...]

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    Figure 33 — VCR System Setup screen 41 — Figure 34 Recording Index Setup screen 42 Figure 35 —[...]

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    Chapter 1 Introduction Features • Compatible with st andard Black&White cameras and other stan[...]

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    • Each camera has a programmable 256-target (16 x 16) motion- detection grid • Programmable vect[...]

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    T echnical Overview 9 Camera Multiplexing with Motion Detection, Alarm Association and Multilingual [...]

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    Chapter 2 Inst allation Required T ools Although no special tools are required to install the multip[...]

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    Y our main monitor should be connected to the MAIN output. Up to four auxiliary monitors can be conn[...]

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    < Figure 4 > Connecting two VCRs to the . multiplexer 7 Y ou can connect one VCR to the multip[...]

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    Alarms and Other Connections The 50-pin ALARM IN/OUT connector has 9 alarm inputs, 9 alarm outputs, [...]

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    ENGLISH 9 T o access the Main Menu of the setup screens, move the cursor to the top of the screen. T[...]

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    Main Menu Settings < Figure 7 > Main Menu screen. < Figure 8 > T ime, Date Setup, first [...]

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    Time, Date Setup 11 In addition to setting the multiplexer ’s time and date, these screens can be [...]

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    < Figure 9 > T ime, Date Setup, second screen. • Daylight Saving : • St art : • Stop : ?[...]

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    Camera Access Setup < Figure 10 > Camera Access Setup screen. The Camera Access Setup screen a[...]

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    Camera Title Setup < Figure 1 1 > Camera T itle Setup screen. The Camera T itle Setup screen a[...]

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    • Keyboard Character Set 1 : • Keyboard Character Set 2 : • Keyboard Character Set 3 : • Key[...]

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    Enter the camera number under the Camera column and the display time under Dwell. Y ou can also set [...]

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    • Alarm Dwell Time : The dwell time can be set from 1 to 99 seconds. (The screen will automaticall[...]

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    Alarm I/O Setup < Figure 14 > Alarm I/O Setup screen. Y ou can set the input and output for ea[...]

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    Alarm Action Setup (1) < Figure 15 > Alarm Action Setup (1) screen. This screen allows you to [...]

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    • Recording : • Spot Monitor 1 to 4 : • Hold Time : • Next > : • Exit : This allows you[...]

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    This screen allows you to set the actions the operator can take, what relays will be activated and w[...]

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    Associated Camera Setup < Figure 17 > Associated Camera Setup submenu. This menu allows you to[...]

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    Motion Action Setup (1) < Figure 18 > Motion Action Setup (1) screen. This screen allows you t[...]

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    • Recording : • Spot Monitor 1 to 4 : • Next > : • Exit : This allows you to select how v[...]

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    This screen allows you to associate various relays and links to the cameras in motion alarm conditio[...]

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    • Buzzer : • Alarm Screen : • Internal Relay : • Network Relay : • Message Latch : • S p[...]

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    Manual Alarm Action Setup (1) < Figure 21 > Manual Alarm Action Setup (1) screen. This screen [...]

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    • Recording : • Spot Monitor 1 to 4 : • Hold Time : • Next > : • Exit : This allows you[...]

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    Manual Alarm Action Setup (2) < Figure 22 > Manual Alarm Action Setup (2) screen. This screen [...]

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    • <Back : • Exit : This takes you to the Manual Alarm Action Setup (1) submenu. Saves your ch[...]

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    Alarm History < Figure 24 > Alarm History List screen. This screen displays a list of alarms. [...]

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    Motion Detection Setup < Figure 25 > Motion Detection Setup screen. The Motion Detection Setup[...]

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    Motion Detection Index Setup < Figure 26 > Motion Detection Index Setup screen. Normally , the[...]

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    Motion Detection Index List < Figure 27 > Motion Detection Index List screen. This screen disp[...]

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    Motion Detection Schedule Setup < Figure 28 > Motion Detection Schedule Setup schedule. The ca[...]

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    Motion Detection Sensor Setup < Figure 29 > Motion Detection Sensor Setup screen. Each camera [...]

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    • T rigger Size (H) : • T rigger Size (V) : • Delay Time : • Hold Time : • Grid Setup : ?[...]

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    Motion Detection Sensor Setup (Normal) < Figure 30 > Motion Detection Sensor Setup (Normal) sc[...]

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    T esting Motion Detection Sensor Setup < Figure 31 > Motion Detection Sensor Setup test screen[...]

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    Motion Detection Sensor Setup (V ector) < Figure 32 > Playback & Recording Setup screen. T[...]

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    < Figure 33 > VCR System Setup screen. VCR System Setup The VCR System Setup screen is used to[...]

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    • Normal & Alarm Record : • Exit : If you selected a VCR from the list, all you need to set [...]

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    • Delete : • Insert : • End : • View : • Exit : Deletes the highlighted camera from the ar[...]

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    The following adjustments have a default setting of 00. The other values are Min = minimum, 127 to -[...]

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    < Figure 36 > Macro Setup screen. Macro Setup The Macro Setup screen lets you access the two m[...]

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    < Figure 37 > Macro Record Setup screen. Macro Record Setup Selecting any of the Record S tart[...]

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    < Figure 38 > Live screen with M01 REC on the screen. < Figure 39 > Macro Schedule Setup[...]

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    Y ou can create up to 20 event schedules that use macros. Scheduled event number; 01 through 20 T ur[...]

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    • Mouse : • Key lock : • Factory Reset : • Cam No. Offset : • Master/Slave : • Network T[...]

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    < Figure 41 > Passwords Setup screen. Password Setup NOTE : Keep a copy of the supervisor pass[...]

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    < Figure 42 > Passwords entry screen. Assigning Passwords Use the numbers to enter a four-digi[...]

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    Chapter 3 Operation Buttons and Their Functions Allows the operator to generate an alarm. When press[...]

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    • OPERA TION : 2nd • OPERA TION : • OPERA TION : 2nd • OPERA TION : 2nd • OPERA TION : 2nd[...]

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    Press and to start S tack Sequence which sequences through multi-format screens. In addition to its [...]

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    Menu Operation The multiplexer takes advant age of On-Screen Display (OSD) menus. Y ou can navigate [...]

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    The bottom menu is only available in the Live Mode. It has ten selections. • Full : Switches to fu[...]

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    Pop Up Menu < Figure 47 > Pop Up Menu Clicking the right mouse button or pressing the SET butt[...]

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    < Figure 48 > Live Cam Change menu Live Camera Change The Live Camera Change menu allows you t[...]

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    < Figure 49 > VCR Cam Change menu VCR Camera Change This menu will appear on the Pop Up menu o[...]

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    < Figure 50 > Zoom Screen. Zoom The digits on the top right of the screen indicate the amount [...]

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    Full Priority On Histogram Equalizer Clicking Full on the Pop Up menu causes the active camera to di[...]

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    • • OFF : Cancel : Cancels any Histogram Equalizer settings and returns the image contrast to th[...]

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    The Sequence selection displays the sequence menu. This selection start s sequencing all cameras tha[...]

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    This opens the User Screen Change menu. This menu allows the user to select one of four displays tha[...]

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    < Figure 56 > OSD Setup screen. OSD Change... The OSD Setup screen allows you to select what t[...]

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    • • • • • • Alarm T ext : Motion T ext : Freeze T ext : Sequence T ext : Motion Box : Ex[...]

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    Spot Output... < Figure 57 > S pot output change screen. This feature allows the user to assig[...]

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    Selecting Supervisor or one of the user numbers opens a password screen allowing that user to log on[...]

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    Playback Format... < Figure 60 > Select Format menu.. Y our can play back tapes that were reco[...]

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    Appendix A T roubleshooting Problem T ry This No Video (black screen) Check power connections No Vid[...]

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    Appendix B Connector Pin Out s The has a 50-pin connector used for alarm input and output, RS-232 ne[...]

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    < Figure 62 > RS-485 Connector NOTE : If termination of RS-485 network is required, short pin [...]

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    Appendix C Remote Control Remote Control for Daisychained Multiplexers If you are using a computer t[...]

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    Remote Command Set Simple three-character ASCII commands represent single or combination front panel[...]

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    Functional remote commands HEX RESUL TS HEX RESUL TS /S1 Panic record (camera 1) /X1 Select camera 1[...]

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    Appendix D S pecifications Operating Default s Factory Default s Display Format 3x3 multi-screen for[...]

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    Motion Alarm Recording INT (Interleaving) Motion Alarm S pot Monitor Output OFF Motion Alarm Action [...]

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    Camera Brightness 00 Language English Mouse ON Key Lock OFF Camera Number Offset OFF Master/Slave Ne[...]

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    Video format EIA/CCIR S tandard Video Level Main Output Display Format s (live and playback) Resolut[...]

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    ENGLISH 1/4 Size 324 x 224 (324 x 259) 1/9 Size 216 x 149 (216 x 173) 1/16 Size 162 x 1 12 (162 x 12[...]

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    Motion T racking Box Digital Contrast Enhancer Motion Detection VCR Playback Alarm Operation Activit[...]

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    Alarm History Logging 256 events Alarm History Printout via RS232 Link Alarms to Macro Camera T itle[...]

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    T ime-lapse VCR Setup (field delay selectable) 2 hr real-time to 960 hr time-lapse Video Loss Detect[...]

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    Alarm Input/Output T erminal block RS232 (RX/TX) T erminal block RS485 (RX/TX) 2 RJ45 S pot (Aux) Ou[...]

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    Dimensions Weight Operating Environment Unit Size 17"W x 1.73"H x 12.2"D 432W x 44H x[...]

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