Refer to Figure 4. Remove the cover. Cover Removal 2. Refer to Figure 5. Set jumpers according to your system requirements.
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Refer to Figure 4. Remove the cover. Cover Removal 2. Refer to Figure 5. Set jumpers according to your system requirements. JP1-JP16 are used to terminate the video input with a ohm resistor or to unterminate the video looping.
The factory default has the jumper installed in the terminating position. If you are connecting only a camera to an input, leave the jumper in the terminating position.
Page 9 3. Refer to Figure 6. Set DIP switches. Most PC applications require RS A remote keyboard can require either RS or RS, depending on the communications facility. To find out the required interface, check your PC serial port information or refer to your keyboard manual. Page 10 3. Refer to Figure 8. Use suitable hardware to mount the SCU an in equipment bay or against a flat surface, according to your installation requirements.
Coaxitron control may be used for some of your sources when either D or P protocol receivers are used. Connect camera control lines to receivers. If your video sources are all controlled by Coaxitron, skip this section and go to step 5.
Page 12 b. A star configuration going to each receiver from a central connecting point is sometimes more practical. Your installation will be easier to maintain and troubleshoot if you make all connections at a distribution block made of barrier terminals or at a Pelco CMCDU-T distribution panel refer to Figure The total length of all control lines combined should not exceed 4, feet 1, m.
Your SCU will support either two or four monitors. Install monitors according to the instructions provided with them. Refer to Figure Alarm inputs correspond to video inputs If an open door sensor is connected to alarm input 1, when the sensor is activated the video image from camera 1 will be displayed on one of the four monitors and the camera will move to a preset determined by programming.
Alarm sensors can be either N. Connect wires from the sensors to the respective alarm input points on the connectors at the back of the SCU. These outputs can be activated directly from a keyboard by using the F1, F2, and F3 function keys, or they can be activated by an alarm determined by programming. Both relay contacts and TTL outputs are used. AUX 1 is a dry contact relay output. Refer to Figure 15 for wiring details. Terminal connections are provided for both normally open N.
Figure The DIP switches should have been set refer to Figure 6. Complete installation instructions are provided with each keyboard.
The most common connections are for local and remote keyboards. The procedures for installing local and remote keyboards are repeated here. Do the following to install. Page 19 8. Plug in all keyboard data cables. NOTE: You must re-initialize whenever power is cycled. To initialize a keyboard, wait five seconds after power-up, enter the number for the monitor you are viewing and press MON.
Table A. Set 5, 7, and 8 OFF. You program the CM with the keyboard and a monitor. During programming, a menu appears on the monitor screen. Coaxitron, Ext. Coaxitron, D, or P. Page 22 Table B. All system programming will be lost. Action a. Enter the Main Menu. Result The Main Menu appears. Press 7. The Set Password screen appears. Type the existing password and press ACK. Page 23 Table B. This will appear with camera number, time and date on the monitor.
Page 24 Table B. Auto — alarm resets 10 seconds after alarm normalizes. Off — no alarms shown. Alarm Dwell: 1 to 99 seconds — time between display of multiple alarm screens. Character Display: On or off.
Program Camera Sequences: Each monitor can have one step sequence. Set dwell time and preset number for each camera. Page 25 Table B. Move down to the 2.
Result The 2. Pan right. Turn each alarm on or off. The Monitor NN screen appears. Move down to the 3. The 3. Page 26 Table B. Corrections can be made when necessary.
Press 3. Page 27 Table B. Move down to the TYPE field. The TYPE field flashes. The selected type flashes. Check all your entries. Page 28 Table B. Press 4. The Set Alarm Input screen appears. Alarms are programmed in two groups. Page 29 Table B. Result The Set Alarm Input screen appears. The screen changes to show alarms Repeat steps e through l for alarms 9 through Then go to step r.
Page 30 Table B. Press 2. The Set Alarm Input 17 screen appears. The number 17 flashes. Page 31 Table B.
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