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16-CAMERA MONOCHROME DUPLEX MULTIPLEXER WITH VIDEO ALARM DETECTION
The Multivision Pro series delivers advanced features that bring powerful, integrated solutions to your security system. Features like video motion alarm detection, time synchronization, VCR Record Speed AutoDetection and enhanced picture processing for unparalleled image quality and superior performance with high-resolution cameras. Record up to 16 live cameras on one VCR, while simultaneously processing and replaying video from a second VCR. Live and playback images can be displayed in a variety of multiple-picture screen formats while recording. Easily program video alarm detection parameters for object size and shape, target placement, trigger sensitivity and tracking delay. Bi-directional RS-232 means you can control remotely with a PC, Remote Control Panel or advanced dome controller. The high-performance Multivision Pro. more power and performance in a cost-effective system solution.
Bi-directional RS-232 reduces equipment costs and expands system capabilities Set time synchronization, monitor alarms or generate alarms via third-party software Set video motion alarm parameters including target placement, object size and shape, time of day, trigger sensitivity and alarm delay for each camera High quality resolution, with 730 x 464 digital pixel images vSync for fast installation with VCRs that have a switch pulse output Individual video alarm outputs for each camera allow customized alarm response for specific security areas Dynamic Time Division records and displays more frames from cameras that see activity
Superior image quality, integration and control in a reliable, easy-to-use solution
Software Management Bi-directional RS-232 communication allows software control of all multiplexer features. Use an advanced dome controller or a PC with third-party software management tools. Easily schedule tours, check operating status, change recording and/or alarm conditions all from a remote location. Integrated Alarm Detection and Reporting Video motion detection responds to alarm-related motion. Users gain alarm protection and superior documentation of critical events. Alarmtype video motion detection is built-in to the MV16p-30 at a cost lower than comparable stand-alone detectors. Alarm reports, logs and counts are conveniently displayed on-screen. Operation is easy, seamless and integrated. User-Optimized Alarm Detection Per Camera Alarm detection parameters include object location, size, shape, tracking delay and trigger sensitivity to suit each cameras unique viewing environment and security need. Programmable 16H x 12V detection grid with 192 detection points allows for superior alarm sensing. Automatic Day/Night Setting Per Camera Each cameras detection setting can be set for day and night conditions. The MV16p-30 will automatically change settings when time of day requires alarm sensing requirements to change. High-Resolution Monochrome Display 730 x 464 pixels to the VCR, and up to 420 lines of resolution to the monitor (at -6DB). See live or recorded events in high resolution for superior surveillance and easier identification. Simple Multiple Camera Display and Playback Options Full screen, sequential camera switching, PIP, 2 x 2, 3 x 3 or 4 x 4 picture formats. View only critical areas or see all locations at one time. Change the viewing and playback options to suit your needs on a minute-to-minute basis. Even zoom up to 2X any picture area for a closer look at suspicious activity. Full Duplex Multiplexing View and record functions are independent. All cameras are full-field recorded regardless of picture format option selected when pictures were recorded. Playback any camera full screen or select any display option to see the group of cameras you desire. Other Advanced Features Remotely synchronize time on up to 255 multiplexers via software, and automatically set camera switch rate to your VCR no address programming required. Advanced encoding technology allows multiplexer identification on VCR tape. Plus multi-format decode allows the MV16p-30 to read other manufacturers duplex multiplexer tapes. No other multiplexer offers this degree of control and flexibility.
Remote Control.Via Remote Control Panel daisy-chain up to 16 multiplexers; via computer software control up to 255 multiplexers Software Management.Via third-party software
Video Input.16 looping, 1 V p-p, composite, individually selectable 75 ohms or High-Z, BNC Monitor Output.Two, 1 V p-p composite, 75 ohms, BNC VCR Input/Output: Composite.One each, 1 V p-p, 75 ohms, BNC VCR Input/Output: S-Video.One each, 1 V p-p S-Luma, 75 ohms, S-Video Alarm Connector.DB37S (includes DB37P mating connector) Alarm Input.16, programmable as normally open or normally closed Alarm Hold Input.+5 to +15 VDC or TTL Active High Common Alarm Output.One, normally open or closed contacts, 1.0A not to exceed 42VAC or 60VDC, resistive only Motion Alarm Output.16 Active High or Low TTL compatible (one per camera) Remote Control.RS-232, RJ11 In and Out Operating Power.Center positive, 12 VDC; 1.5A, 18 watts, 2.1mm pin jack, separate AC power supply included
Unit Weight.9 lbs. (4.1 kg.) Shipping Weight.11 lbs. (5.0 kg.) Dimensions.1.75 in. H x 17 in. W x 12.25 in. D (44mm x 432mm x 311mm) Ambient Temperature.40 to 104 F (5 to 40 C)
RM03.Single Unit Rack Mount Kit Other optional system components may include advanced dome controllers and remote control panels. Please contact your sales representative for more information.
4, 9 or 16 Alarm Input/Output Devices Remote Control Panel Call Monitor Composite Live Monitor
Video Standard.NTSC (525 lines, 60 fields/second) or PAL (625 lines, 50 fields/second) Digital Memory.730 x 464 pixels full screen to VCR; 8-bit luma, 256 shades of gray Motion Detection Parameters Target Matrix.16 horizontal x 12 vertical (192 total) Sensitivity.5 levels Object Size.81 combinations of width and height Tracking Delay.0 to 5 seconds Alarm Duration.Programmable 2 to 999 seconds, 4 seconds default Motion Alarm Recording Settings.Each video channel has independent settings for day and night Alarm Enable.On, Off or And (requires concurrent contact closure)
Advanced Dome Controller Bi-directional RS-232
Recording VCR Sensormatic or Third-party Software Playback VCR
MV16p-30 MV16p-30-1 EIA version CCIR version
Specifications subject to improvement or change without notice. Certain product names mentioned herein may be trade names and/or registered trademarks of other companies. 2000 Sensormatic Electronics Corporation 00-R058 Rev A
Installation and Operation MV19p, MV16p, MV94p, MV99p, MV96p
Part Number 8000-2100-01 REV B
The information in this manual was current when published. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are therefore subject to change without notice. Under copyright laws, the contents of this manual may not be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form, in whole or in part, without prior written consent of Sensormatic Video Products Division. Copyright 1997, 1998 Sensormatic Video Products Division 6795 Flanders Drive San Diego, CA 92121 U.S.A.
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Installation and Operation Manual
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WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at their own expense. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numrique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Rglement sur le matriel brouilleur du Canada.
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Figure 1 Basic Multivision Pro System.. 4 Figure 2 Multivision Pro System with Two VCRs. 4 Figure 3 One-Way Multiplexed Video Transmission.. 5 Figure 4 Multivision Pro System with Remote Control Panel.... 5 Figure 5 Front Panel Controls and Indicators. 6 Figure 6 Rear Panel Connectors.. 8 Figure 7 Motion Setup Screen.. 23 Figure 8 Motion Alarm Status Table.. 37 Figure 9 Alarm Counter.. 38 Figure 10 Alarm Connector.. 45 Table 1 Alarm Connector Pin Assignments.. 45 Table 2 Troubleshooting Guide.. 49
NOTE: This page describes how to access security sensitive features. You may wish to remove this page from the manual and place it in a secure place. The setup menu system is accessed from live mode. Press and hold the function button and press the zoom button (function+zoom). The first setup menu appears on screen. Use the zoom and arrow buttons to navigate through the menu system. See Chapter 4 Setup for details. To exit the setup menu system, press function+zoom again. The menu disappears and the multiplexer resumes normal operation.
Accessing Setup Menus
The Security Lock Feature
(Cut along this line)
NOTE: SECURITY LOCK protects the multiplexer against unauthorized use by disabling all front panel controls except the function and zoom buttons. Once engaged, SECURITY LOCK can be released only after placing the multiplexer in setup mode. 1. 2. Select the operating mode in which the unit is to be locked. Press and hold the function button and press the zoom button. The multiplexer enters setup mode and displays the first setup menu. Press the zoom button repeatedly until the SECURITY LOCK menu appears. Press the up or down arrow to engage (ON) or release (OFF) SECURITY LOCK. Press function+zoom to exit setup mode. The multiplexer resumes normal operation.
To Engage or Release Security Lock
3. 4. 5.
Resetting the Multiplexer
The multiplexer can be reset to the factory default state. Upon reset, all programmable features return to the factory settings. The reset feature is normally used for diagnostic purposes but may be used to start from scratch during system setup. Press and hold the function button and press the up arrow button. A warning appears, asking if you want to reset the unit to factory defaults. Press live to cancel the reset. To continue the reset, press function+up arrow. The multiplexer resets and returns to the factory default state.
Menu 1 System Time/Date
Menu 2 Day/Night Start Time
Menu 2 allows you to divide the multiplexer work day into two independent periods, based on start times. If the start times are the same, the day settings will be used for motion detection. Using different start times for day and night allows you to use different motion detection settings for each time span. Motion alarms (ALRM) can be set either ON or OFF, and SENSE, SIZE and DELAY settings can be different for each time as well. To set the day start time or night start time, use the arrow buttons to position the flashing highlight over each character and set it. Enter the time in HH:MM 24-hour format. In the example below: day is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and night is from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. DAY START TIME = 08:00 NIGHT START TIME = 17:00 NOTE: When day and night start times differ, you should set up both motion screens for each camera. When finished, press the zoom button to go to menu 3 or function+zoom to save all changes and leave the menu system.
Menu 3 Toggle Options
Menu 3 allows you to set each menu item to one of two settings. To change a setting, position the highlight over it and press the up or down arrow. The alternate setting appears. To move to the next toggle option, press the right arrow; to go back to the previous toggle option, press the left arrow. The toggle options include the following: The ALARM MESSAGE DISPLAY option controls the ALARM or VIDLOSS graphic. It toggles as follows: ON The multiplexer displays the ALARM or VIDLOSS graphic on both the main and call monitors. The multiplexer also switches to multicamera display on the main monitor to show all cameras with alarms. OFF The ALARM or VIDLOSS graphic does not display on the main monitor, it only displays on the call monitor. The multiplexer does not change the display on the main monitor. The default ALARM MESSAGE DISPLAY setting is ON.
Alarm Message Display
Alarm Message Latch
The ALARM MESSAGE LATCH option determines how long the ALARM and VIDLOSS (video loss) messages remain on screen. It toggles as follows: ON ALARM messages remain on screen until you press function to clear them. Pressing function removes all video loss messages and messages for expired alarm events. Messages for current alarm events remain on screen. NOTE: If video is not restored before the VIDLOSS message is cleared, the monitor displays the last image received until the display format changes, or video is restored. OFF Each message remains on screen until the ALARM DURATION time expires (the default is 4 seconds) or the corresponding alarm event clears. The default ALARM MESSAGE LATCH setting is OFF.
Video Loss Alarm
The VIDEO LOSS ALARM option controls the multiplexer video loss detection feature. It toggles as follows: ON The multiplexer responds to camera video loss as an alarm event and displays the message VIDLOSS in place of the cameras picture on both monitors. If ALARM MESSAGE DISPLAY is set OFF, the message only displays on the call monitor. The ALARM COUNTER counts a video loss as an alarm for that camera input. OFF Camera video loss is not treated as an alarm event, and a VIDLOSS message is not displayed on either monitor. The ALARM COUNTER does not count the video loss as an alarm. The only sign of video loss is that the monitor displays the last image received from that camera until you change the display format, when a blank window with the camera number displays. Refer to Video Loss Alarms for more details. The default VIDEO LOSS ALARM setting is ON.
The AUDIBLE ALARM option controls the multiplexer alarm tone. It toggles as follows: ON The multiplexer sounds an alarm tone when it detects a mechanical alarm, motion alarm or video loss. Press any button to turn the alarm tone off. OFF The multiplexer is silent when it detects a mechanical alarm, motion alarm or video loss. The default AUDIBLE ALARM setting is OFF.
Alarm Input Polarity
The ALARM INPUT POLARITY option allows you to set the polarity of all multiplexer alarm inputs. It toggles as follows: ACT LOW Active alarm inputs are low. The multiplexer recognizes a contact closure or TTL/CMOS logic low as an alarm event. ACT HI Active alarm inputs are high. The multiplexer recognizes a contact opening or TTL/CMOS logic high as an alarm event. The default ALARM INPUT POLARITY setting is ACT LOW.
Alarm Output Polarity
The ALARM OUTPUT POLARITY option allows you to set the active polarity of the TTL/CMOS alarm signal for pins 2035 (motion outputs 116) on the alarms connector. It toggles as follows: ACT LOW The alarm output signal goes low when a motion alarm occurs or for an alarm input or vidloss when PASS-THRU EXTRNL ALRMS is set to YES. ACT HI The alarm output signal goes high when a motion alarm occurs. NOTE: The duration of the alarm output signal is determined by the ALARM DURATION setting. The default ALARM OUTPUT POLARITY setting is ACT LOW.
Pass-Thru Extrnl Alrms
This menu option lets you loop (pass-thru) the external alarm inputs to the alarm outputs. YES Alarm outputs represent all alarms for a particular camera; motion alarms, mechanical alarms and video loss alarms. NO Alarm outputs are for motion alarms only. External alarms are not included (not passed-thru). The default PASS-THRU EXTRNL ALRMS setting is YES.
This option reduces the shakiness and jitter associated with high resolution compressed multicamera images. ON Uses the special filtering circuit when the multiplexer displays a multicamera image on the main monitor. OFF Turns off the special filtering circuit. The default IMAGE TENDERIZER setting is ON. When finished, press the zoom button to go to menu 4 or press function+zoom to save all changes and leave the setup system.
Menu 4 VCR Record Time
Menu 4 allows you to enter the VCRs normal and alarm recording speeds. With autodetect VCR speed, these settings are used if that signal is lost. Use the up and down arrow buttons to set each speed as follows: VCR RECORD TIME The VCRs normal (nonalarm) operating speed (2999 hours). The default VCR RECORD TIME is 024 HRS. VCR ALARM RECORD TIME The VCRs recording speed for alarms (2999 hours). The default VCR ALARM RECORD TIME is 002 HRS. NOTE: If the multiplexer alarm output is not connected to the VCRs alarm input, the VCR RECORD SPEED and the VCR ALARM RECORD SPEED should be set to the same value. When finished, press the zoom button to go to menu 5 or function+zoom to save all changes and leave the setup system.
Menu 5 Alarm Duration
Menu 5 allows you to set the minimum multiplexer alarm time. The ALARM DURATION setting determines how many seconds the multiplexer remains in the alarm state after an alarm event occurs. Set the ALARM DURATION time using the up and down arrow buttons. You may use any setting between 2 and 999 seconds. The default ALARM DURATION setting is 4 seconds. When finished, press the zoom button to go to menu 6 or function+zoom to save all changes and leave the setup system.
Menu 6 Global Dwell
The GLOBAL DWELL setting determines the rate at which the multiplexer sequences cameras on the main monitor (either full screen or in the lower right window) when sequence is selected. It also determines the rate at which the call monitor switches cameras during multiple alarm events. Set the GLOBAL DWELL time in seconds using the up and down arrow buttons. You may enter any setting between 1 and 99 seconds. This setting applies to all cameras. NOTE: The GLOBAL DWELL setting affects on-screen camera display only. It does NOT affect the rate at which the multiplexer sends images to the VCR. The default GLOBAL DWELL time is 2 seconds. When finished, press the zoom button to go to menu 7 or function+zoom to save all changes and leave the menu system.
To exit the call select mode, press the call button. The multiplexer resumes normal operation.
Viewing Multiple Cameras
The main monitor displays multiple cameras in any available format: Picture-In-Picture (PIP), 2x2, 3x3 (9 and 16-camera models only) and 4x4 (16-camera models only). Compose each format by selecting the cameras and their location on screen. Cameras not already displayed can be sequenced in the lower right window of any multiple camera format. See Sequencing Cameras for details.
Picture in Picture (PIP)
The Picture-In-Picture format displays a full screen background picture with a 1/16 size picture insert. A camera can be selected for display and can be swapped instantly between the background and the insert. The insert can also be sequenced. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the PIP button. The multiplexer displays the current camera and the last selected PIP insert camera. Press the camera (116) button for the desired PIP insert camera. The selected camera appears full screen. Press the PIP button again. The multiplexer swaps the two cameras and puts the selected camera in the PIP insert. Press the camera (116) button to view full screen.
You can swap the background and insert cameras at any time by pressing the PIP button. The multiplexer remembers the PIP camera selection and recalls it the next time the PIP format is displayed.
The 2x2 format is the familiar quad display. It displays four pictures at one time. Any camera can be selected for display in any window. Cameras not already displayed can be sequenced in the lower right window. Press and hold the 2x2 button. The multiplexer displays the 2x2 format with the cameras last selected for 2x2 display. While holding the 2x2 button, press the camera (116) button for the upper left window on the monitor (window #1). Continue pressing camera buttons until each window contains the desired camera. Release the 2x2 button when you have finished selecting cameras. The multiplexer remembers the 2x2 camera selection and recalls it the next time the 2x2 format is displayed.
3x3 Format (9 and 16-camera models only)
The 3x3 format displays nine pictures at one time. Any camera can be selected for display in any window. Cameras not already displayed can be sequenced in the lower right window. Press and hold the 3x3 button. The multiplexer displays the 3x3 format with the cameras last selected for 3x3 display. While holding the 3x3 button, press the camera button you want displayed in the upper left (window #1). Continue pressing camera buttons until each window contains the desired camera. Release the 3x3 button when you have finished selecting cameras. The multiplexer remembers the 3x3 camera selection and recalls it the next time the 3x3 format is displayed.
4x4 Format (16-camera models only)
The 4x4 format displays 16 pictures at one time. Any camera can be selected for display in any of the 16 windows. Press the 4x4 button. The multiplexer displays the 4x4 format showing all the cameras in the previously selected order. While holding the 4x4 button, press the camera button for the camera desired in window #1. Continue pressing camera buttons until each window contains the desired camera. Release the 4x4 button when you have finished selecting cameras. The multiplexer remembers the 4x4 camera selection and recalls it the next time the 4x4 format is displayed.
The multiplexer allows sequential display of cameras on the main monitor in any available format. In the Full Screen format, all cameras can be sequenced full screen. In multicamera formats, cameras not already displayed can be sequenced in the lower right window. Cameras sequence in camera number order at a rate determined by the GLOBAL DWELL setting (see Chapter 4 Setup). To start camera sequencing: 1. 2. Select the desired format. Press the sequence button. The sequence light comes on and the multiplexer switches cameras in the lower right window of the display (or full screen) at the current GLOBAL DWELL rate.
To stop camera sequencing: Press the sequence button again. The sequence light goes out. Sequencing stops with the current camera displayed in the lower right window (or full screen).
The multiplexer allows recording of multiple cameras onto a single videotape. This encoding function is performed in the background and does not interfere with other operations. All multiplexer features remain available while recording. If two VCRs are connected, tape playback does not affect recording. It is possible to review a previously recorded tape while recording continues on a second VCR. See Simultaneous Record and Play for details. For optimum tape recording and playback, the multiplexer must be correctly set up for use with the VCR. This is done by changing settings in the setup menu system. Two setup options affect camera recording: VCR RECORD TIME VCR ALARM RECORD TIME
Refer to Chapter 4 Setup for a description of these VCR menu options and their use.
Chapter 6 Alarms
This chapter describes how the multiplexer responds to alarms and what can be done when an alarm occurs. The multiplexer detects and responds to four types of alarm events: mechanical alarms, motion alarms, recorded alarms and video loss. A mechanical alarm occurs when there is a contact closure at any multiplexer alarm input. A motion alarm occurs when motion is detected at a camera with motion detection (ALRM) ON. A recorded alarm occurs when the multiplexer detects an alarm encoded field during tape playback. A video loss alarm occurs when the multiplexer detects video loss at an active camera input.
The alarms connector provides one mechanical alarm input for each camera input. These inputs connect to any security device equipped with either a contact closure or TTL/CMOS standard alarm output. Each alarm input requires two wires. One wire connects to the desired alarm input pin. The second wire connects to the multiplexer ground post (gnd). See Table 1 Alarm Connector Pin Assignments for details. Alarm polarity is selectable via multiplexer setup menus. See Menu 3 Toggle Options for details. The multiplexer always responds to mechanical alarms. The type of alarm response depends upon whether it is in live or tape mode.
The multiplexer can initiate an alarm when motion is detected at a camera if this feature is selected during setup. Motion alarms can be turned ON or OFF for each camera using the motion setup screen in the camera titles menu. For motion alarms, set the ALRM option to ON for each camera and time period you want (see Motion Setup Screen for details). If you want an alarm only when you have both a mechanical alarm and motion for a particular camera, set the ALRM option to AND. The multiplexer initiates a motion alarm when a predetermined number or arrangement of targets are triggered. Each of the 192 targets is sensitive to changes in picture content.
When a motion alarm occurs, the multiplexer alerts the operator, displays the alarm camera, toggles TTL/CMOS and contact alarm outputs and sends images to the VCR on a priority basis. Multiplexer response to motion alarms is similar to mechanical alarms and depends on whether it is in live or tape mode when the alarm occurs.
Motion Alarm Status Table
The MOTION ALARM STATUS TABLE displays the current day and night motion alarm option settings for each camera. In the example below, camera 5 is set for motion alarms between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. for objects at least 2 targets wide by 3 targets high. Motion alarms will not be generated for camera 5 between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. The table allows you to quickly review the motion alarm settings for the multiplexer. To view the table during normal operation (outside the menu system), press function+down arrow. The table appears (over the color bars) as shown below.
Multiple alarms are processed in the order they occur.
Tape Mode Live Alarm Response
When a mechanical and/or motion alarm occurs in the tape mode, the multiplexer processes the event in the background. If two VCRs are connected, it records the alarm event on videotape but does not indicate the alarm to the user. This allows alarm recording during tape playback. When the multiplexer detects the initial live alarm in tape mode, it does the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Toggles the alarm relay. Activates the alarm output (motion alarms only unless PASS-THRU EXTRNL ALRMS is YES). Switches to the VCR ALARM RECORD TIME encoding rate. Encodes the camera as alarm and sends it to the VCR on a priority basis.
The multiplexer remains in the alarm state until ALL of the following occur: All mechanical alarms are released. No motion detected at cameras set for motion alarms. The ALARM DURATION time elapses. The alarm hold input is released.
The multiplexer detects recorded alarm events by monitoring the VIS information returned from tape. Each field of recorded video is encoded with alarm status information, camera number, camera title, time and date. The multiplexer uses this information to identify camera related alarm events. The multiplexer must be in tape mode to display and process recorded alarms. The processing of recorded alarms is completely independent from live alarm processing. The multiplexer can perform both tasks at the same time. In tape mode, live alarm events process in the background and display on the call monitor. The multiplexer does the following when it detects a recorded alarm while in tape mode: Flashes the associated camera (116) light. Overlays the alarm camera with the ALARM message on the main monitor.
The multiplexer remains in the alarm state until both of the following occur: The recorded alarm event ends. The ALARM DURATION time elapses (the default is 4 seconds).
Multiple alarms are processed in the order in which they occur. The multiplexer detects recorded alarm events at any playback speed (including forward and reverse search on many VCRs). When a tape plays at the speed it was recorded, the duration of each alarm is the same as the original event. Other tape speeds slow down or speed up alarm playback; however the default alarm time remains 4 seconds.
VIDEO LOSS ALARMS
The multiplexer detects loss of video at any connected camera input by monitoring the cameras video sync signal. The VIDEO LOSS ALARM option controls this feature. When this option is ON (the default), the multiplexer responds to loss of camera video by alerting the operator and recording the alarm event on videotape. When the VIDEO LOSS ALARM option is OFF, video loss is NOT treated as an alarm, and no message displays. The multiplexer does the following when it detects loss of camera video: 1. 2. 3. 4. Flashes the associated camera (116) light. Toggles the alarm relay. Switches the call monitor to the lost camera input and displays the VIDLOSS message. Switches the main monitor to the multicamera format (if ALARM MESSAGE DISPLAY is ON and the alarm camera is not already displayed) and displays the VIDLOSS message. Switches to the VCR ALARM RECORD TIME encoding rate. Encodes the camera as video lost and sends it to the VCR.
Multiple video loss alarms are processed in the order they occur. The multiplexer remains in the alarm state until ALL of the following occur: The ALARM DURATION time elapses. The alarm hold input is released.
Chapter 7 Special Applications
The features and flexibility of the multiplexer make it a powerful tool in special applications where unique capabilities are required. This section describes several ways to use the multiplexer.
SIMULTANEOUS RECORD AND PLAY
The multiplexer circuits simultaneously encode and decode video. This is referred to as full duplex operation, which uses two VCRs. The unit can encode camera video to one VCR while it decodes and displays video played on a second VCR. The two operations do not interfere with each other. Without this capability, camera video recording must stop while a previously recorded tape is viewed. Full duplex capability is most important in applications that demand continuous video recording of multiple cameras. It allows an operator equipped with a second video recorder to review multiplexer tapes without interrupting the recording process. Refer to Figure 2 Multiplexer System with Two VCRs. To add a second VCR to a standard multiplexer installation: 1. Connect a cable to video in on the VCR and connect the other end of this cable to the multiplexer vcr out connector. This VCR is now dedicated for tape recording. Connect another cable to the video out of the second VCR and the multiplexer vcr in connector. This VCR is now dedicated for tape playback.
APPENDIX A ALARM CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENTS
The alarms connector is a DB37-S. It accepts a DB37-P mating connector.
Figure 10 Alarm Connector
Alarm input 1 Alarm input 2 Alarm input 3 Alarm input 4 Alarm input 5 Alarm input 6 Alarm input 7 Alarm input 8 Alarm input 9 Alarm input 10 Alarm input 11 Alarm input 12 Alarm input 13 Alarm input 14 Alarm input 15 Alarm input 16 Alarm output common Alarm output NC Alarm output NO
Alarm output 1 Alarm output 2 Alarm output 3 Alarm output 4 Alarm output 5 Alarm output 6 Alarm output 7 Alarm output 8 Alarm output 9 Alarm output 10 Alarm output 11 Alarm output 12 Alarm output 13 Alarm output 14 Alarm output 15 Alarm output 16 Alarm hold input Autodetect VCR Speed
Table 1 Alarm Connector Pin Assignments
APPENDIX B ALARM RECORDING CONTROL
Most multiplexer installations require that alarm events be documented on videotape. The multiplexer provides all of the necessary connectors and signals to accomplish this and is flexible enough to satisfy most video documentation requirements. A multiplexer alarm event begins when the unit detects an alarm signal at the alarms connector, or motion at a camera set up for motion alarms. The sequence of events following alarm detection is determined by one or more of the following: Multiplexer option settings. VCR programming. Connections between the multiplexer and the VCR.
Uncontrolled Alarm Recording
When alarm recording is not controlled, the VCR records alarm cameras as normal video. Recorder operation is not affected by alarm events. The VCR simply records alarm video output by the multiplexer at the set time-lapse speed. Uncontrolled alarm recording requires only video connections between the multiplexer and the VCR. Alarm connections at the VCR are not required. To set up the system for uncontrolled alarm recording: Connect the multiplexer vcr in and vcr out connectors to the VCRs video output and video input respectively. Set the multiplexer ALARM DURATION option to the minimum number of seconds you wish each alarm event to be recorded. Set the VCRs time-lapse speed as desired. Set both the multiplexer VCR RECORD TIME and VCR ALARM RECORD TIME options to match the speed set at the VCR.
Controlled Alarm Recording
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES Video Problems in Live Mode
Live pictures too bright, too dark, bad color or gray tones. Monitor not correctly adjusted. Termination not set correctly. Camera iris is not correctly adjusted. Some cameras are not terminated. Camera iris is not correctly adjusted. Black horizontal lines in picture, picture unstable. One or more camera images do NOT change. Faulty camera sync or video output. VIDEO LOSS ALARM set to OFF, or VIDLOSS message cleared before video loss is fixed. Adjust monitor using gray or color bars, as applicable. Check termination switches on back panel for each camera output. Adjust camera iris using calibrated monitor. Check rear panel switches for each camera, set for 75 ohms. Adjust camera iris using calibrated monitor. Replace affected camera with a known good camera. Change display format, if camera window is blank, check video connections and camera.
Some live pictures too dark. Some live pictures too light.
Video Problems in Tape Mode
Poor pictures, bad color, image unstable. RECORDER STOPPED message on monitor. VCR faulty or requires maintenance. Operator changing operating mode of unit. Perform periodic maintenance and test VCR performance. For tape playback, press play on the VCR.
Motion Detection Problems
No alarm when motion is detected at some or all cameras. Camera ALRM option set OFF, no motion detection for those cameras. ALARM MESSAGE DISPLAY set to AND, both contact alarm and motion needed for alarm. Set ALRM option to ON for each camera needing motion detection. Check contact alarm device and connection to alarm input pin. Use TST to check motion settings.
NTSC/EIA or PAL/CCIR
Camera Inputs Camera Outputs VCR Inputs: Composite VCR Inputs: S Video
1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms Luma 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms Chroma (burst) 285mV p-p, 75 ohms 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms Luma 1.0 V p-p, 75 ohms Chroma (burst) 285mV p-p, 75 ohms One input per camera. Contact or TTL/CMOS signal. Polarity selectable. +5 to +15 VDC or TTL/CMOS active high signal. 4 second default. Menu selectable from 2 to 999 seconds. Normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) contacts with shared common; 2.0 A at 30 VDC (resistive only); 1.0 A at 125 VAC (resistive only).
VCR Outputs: Composite VCR Outputs: S Video
Camera Alarm Input
Alarm Hold Input Alarm Duration Alarm Output
One output per camera, TTL/CMOS (selectable polarity). 16, 777, 216 colors (24 bits) 256 (8 bits) 512x464 pixels (512x512 PAL) 256x232 (256x256 PAL) 170x154 (170x170 PAL) 128x116 (128x128 PAL) 128x116 (128x128 PAL) Interpolated 512x464 (512x512 PAL)
Color Palette Gray Shades
Full Screen Format 2x2 Format 3x3 Format 4x4 Format PIP Insert Zoom Display
General Function (1 cam)
Soft touch, rubberized push buttons with indicator lights. Used in combination with other buttons to access special functions. Selects full screen, 2x zoom display or program menu. Selects Picture-In-Picture display or UP function. Selects 2x2 picture display or DOWN function. Selects 3x3 picture display or LEFT function. Selects 4x4 picture display or RIGHT function. Selects camera inputs for viewing. Selects VCR input for viewing. Selects sequential camera display, either full screen or in lower right window of multicamera display. To change display on call monitor. Selects camera for viewing or single camera record.
Full Screen (Zoom) PIP (Up) 2x2 (Down) 3x3 (Left) 4x4 (Right) Live Tape Sequence
Power Remote Alarms Call Mon Main Mon S-VHS In S-VHS Out VCR In VCR Out Cam In Cam Out
2.1 mm pin-type female. Power input. RJ11. Remote control via remote panel option or ASCII commands. DB37-S. Alarm control via contact or TTL/CMOS signal. BNC. Video signal output to call monitor. BNC. Video signal output to main monitor. S-Connector. S-Video input from VCR (color models only). S-Connector. S-Video output to VCR (color models only). BNC. Composite video input from VCR. BNC. Composite video output to VCR. BNC. Composite video input from camera. BNC. Composite video output from camera (passive loop through). 75 ohms input impedance (75 ) or for looping to other equipment.
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