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Table of Contents
1 1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.4 1.4.1 Getting Started Powering On Establishing AutoDome Control Basic Keyboard Operation Keyboard Commands Setting the Camera Address FastAddress Setting Passwords Special Passwords 5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8

2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.11.1

On-Screen Display Menu Navigation Setup Menu Camera Setup Menu Lens Setup PTZ Setup Menu Display Setup Menu Communication Setup Menu Alarm I/O Setup Rule Setup Menu Language Menu Advanced Feature Setup Menu Diagnostics Menu Alarm Status Submenu

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3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6

Common AutoDome User Commands (unlocked) Setting AutoPan Mode Setting Preset Shots Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title Configuring Preposition Tours Programming the Inactivity Operation Recording Tours

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4 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4

Alternative Control Protocols Setting FastAddress with Alternative Protocols Using an American Dynamics Controller Using a Pelco Controller Pelco Protocol Mode Hardware Configuration Pelco Keyboard Commands Pelco Keyboard Commands Special Preset Commands

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5 5.1 5.1.1

Pelco On-Screen Menus Setup Menu Command Lock (locked)

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Bosch Menu (locked) PTZ Setup (unlocked) Other Menus

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Keyboard Commands by Number

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7 7.1 7.1.1 7.1.2 7.2 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.8.1 7.8.2 7.9 7.9.1 7.9.2

Advanced Features Alarm Rules Controlling Alarm Rules Alarm Rule Examples AutoTrack Operation AutoTrack Settings and Recommendations AutoTrack Optimization Virtual Masking Privacy Masking Motion Detection with Region of Interest (Preset positions 90 through 99)51 Image Stabilization Pre-position Tour Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions Setting the Azimuth Zero Point Displaying Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Headings AutoHome Recalibration Commands and Settings AutoHome Recalibration Operation Using the AutoHome Recalibration

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Troubleshooting Guide VG5 AutoDome Operation and Control VG5 Series AutoDome Audio

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Appendix: FastAddress Conversions

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Index

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Getting Started
Install and wire the AutoDome according to the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. A typical system includes a keyboard, matrix switcher, monitor, and appropriate wiring connections. Please refer to the individual product manuals for complete installation and setup instructions for each of the system components.

1.1

Powering On
When you turn the AutoDome power on there is a ten (10) second pause before the dome starts its homing phase. During the homing phase the camera pans left and right and tilts up and down. It also adjusts the lens focus. The entire homing phase lasts approximately 40 seconds and ends with a firmware version screen.

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Figure 1.1 Sample VG5 Startup Firmware Version Screen

The splash screen displays the type of AutoDome, the camera installed, the firmware levels for various files, and the current IP address (for VG5 AutoDome 700 Series models).

1.2

Establishing AutoDome Control
The most common ways to interface with the AutoDome are: – – – Using a keyboard and on-screen display (OSD) menus. This method is the most common and is covered in this manual. Using the AutoDome Configuration Tool software running on a PC with Bilinx or the RS232/485 communication protocol. Refer to the CTFID User Manual for instructions. Using a PC-based graphical user interface (GUI) such as the Bosch DiBos 8 software. Refer to the DiBos 8 User Guide for instructions.

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1.2.1

Basic Keyboard Operation
The following tables summarize the basic operations for a standard keyboard and the functions available to control an AutoDome camera. Typical Keyboard Features Function Keys Number Keys Camera Key Enter Key Focus Key Iris Key Key LEDs LCD Joystick
Table 1.1

Usage Selects a specific control setting. Inputs a number from 0 to 9. Selects a camera number. Inputs a selection. Sets the lens focus or makes a menu selection in OSD mode. Sets the lens iris setting or makes a menu selection in OSD mode. Indicates an active key. Displays the current status. Controls a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) AutoDome camera.

Typical Keyboard Functions

Dome Operation To Pan Side to Side To Tilt Up and Down To Zoom In To Zoom Out
Table 1.2

How to control Move the joystick left or right. Move the joystick forward and back. Twist the joystick clockwise. Twist the joystick counterclockwise.

Typical Keyboard Controls for an AutoDome Camera

1.2.2

Keyboard Commands
Keyboard control commands are composed of a sequence of three (3) inputs with the following convention: 1) a Function key + 2) a Command number key(s) + 3) the Enter key. – Depending on the type of keyboard, the control function keys are labeled: ON or AUX ON OFF or AUX OFF SET or SET SHOT SHOT or SHOW SHOT NOTICE! The convention used for control key commands in this manual is ON, OFF, SET, and SHOT. Refer to your keyboard manual for the key naming conventions.

– –

Command numbers range from 1 to 999. See Section 6 Keyboard Commands by Number, page 40 for a complete list of keyboard commands. The Enter key can also be labeled with the ∞? symbol.

For example, the keyboard command to make the AutoDome pan 360? continuously is: ON-1-ENTER (press the ON key, then press the number 1 key, and then press ENTER.)

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1.3

Setting the Camera Address
Once the AutoDome power is turned on and homing is complete, you must set the camera address. You may also want to assign a password and customize some of the AutoDome default settings. NOTICE! You do not need to set a camera address if using Bilinx or Ethernet communication. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual to configure an AutoDome for Bilinx or Ethernet operation.

1.3.1

FastAddress
FastAddress is an AutoDome feature that allows you to set or change a camera address using the keyboard and on-screen menus. There are three (3) FastAddress commands: – ON-999-ENTER: Displays and programs all cameras without an address in the system. NOTICE! If a keyboard is set to a camera number that already has an address, that camera also responds to this command.

– –

ON-998-ENTER: Displays and programs all cameras with or without an address in the system. ON-997-ENTER: Displays the current address status of all cameras in the system simultaneously.

To set an address for a camera without an address: 1. 2. 3. 4. Select the camera number you want to FastAddress. The system displays the camera number on the keyboard and the image on the corresponding monitor. Press #-ENTER (where # is the camera number without an address). Press ON-999-ENTER to invoke an on-screen display of cameras on the system without an address. Follow the on-screen instructions. You receive an on-screen confirmation when the FastAddress is complete. To change or clear an address for a camera with an address: 1. 2. 3. 4. Select the camera number you want to FastAddress. The system displays the camera number on the keyboard and the image on the corresponding monitor. Press #-ENTER (where # is the camera number with an address). Press ON-998-ENTER to invoke an on-screen display of all cameras on the system, with or without an address. Follow the on screen instructions. You receive an on-screen confirmation when the FastAddress is complete. NOTICE! FastAddress is stored in nonvolatile memory and does not change if the power is turned off or if the default settings are restored.

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Setting Passwords
Passwords are used to control access to locked command menus. Unlocked commands are available to all users. Passwords are four (4) digits in length.

1.4.1

Special Passwords
Password 0000 (default) 9999 Security Level Enables security and requires a user to enter the unlock command OFF-90-ENTER before invoking a locked command. Disables all security and allows all users to access locked commands.

To set or change a password (locked command): 1. 2. 3. 4. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock. Press SET-802-ENTER to access the password menu. Tilt the joystick up or down to choose a number. Tilt the joystick right to move to the next number position. Follow the on-screen instructions and save the password. You receive an on-screen confirmation.

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On-Screen Display Menu Navigation
The AutoDome is programmed through the on-screen display (OSD) menus. To access the OSD menus, you must open the main Setup Menu. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are default settings, unless otherwise noted. NOTICE! After a period of 4.5 minutes of inactivity, a menu times-out and exits without warning. Some unsaved settings in the current menu can be lost.

2.1

Setup Menu
The main Setup Menu provides access to all programmable AutoDome settings. It is a locked menu that requires the user to turn off the command lock. To open the main Setup Menu (locked command): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock. Press ON-46-ENTER to access the Main Menu. Use the joystick to highlight a menu item. Press Focus/Iris to open a menu. Follow the on-screen instructions.

NOTICE! The AutoDome displays only those menus applicable to the particular AutoDome Series configuration. Use the joystick to navigate through the menu and the Focus/Iris keys to make a selection.

Setup Menu Exit... Camera Setup Lens Setup PTZ Setup Display Setup Communication Setup Alarm Setup Language Advanced Diagnostics

Focus / Iris: Select

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Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Camera Setup Lens Setup PTZ Setup Display Setup Description Exits the menu. Accesses adjustable camera settings such as: white balance, gain, sharpness, sync, line lock, backlight, shutter, and night mode. Accesses adjustable lens settings such as: focus, iris, zoom speed, and digital zoom. Accesses adjustable pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) settings such as: Autopan, tours, PTZ speed, inactivity period, AutoPivot, and tilt limits. Accesses adjustable display settings such as: OSD, sector blanking, and privacy masking. Communication Accesses communication settings such as: AutoBaud and Bilinx. Setup Alarm Setup Language Advanced Diagnostics NOTICE! To select the Exit Menu item from anywhere in the current menu, use the Zoom command. Accesses the alarm settings such as: inputs, outputs, and rules. Displays the language. Accesses the advanced features menu including Stabilization, AutoTrack Sensitivity, Camera Height, and Virtual Masking. Displays the status of diagnostic events.

2.2

Camera Setup Menu
The Camera Setup Menu provides access to camera settings that can be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are the default settings. Camera Setup Exit... * White Bal: EXT ATW * Gain Control: AUTO * Max. Gain Level: 6 (4**) * Sharpness 12 * Synch Mode: Internal * Line Lock Delay: 0 * Backlight Comp: OFF * WDR OFF * Shutter Mode: Auto SensUP * Shutter: 1/60 * Auto SensUP Max: 15x * Night Mode: AUTO * Night Mode Color: OFF * Night Mode Threshold: 55 * Pre-Comp 1 Restore Defaults... * = Factory Setting ** = WDR camera only Focus / Iris: Select

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Camera Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit White Balance Description Exits the menu. Maintains proper color reproduction as the color temperature of a scene changes. For example, from daylight to fluorescent lighting. Extended ATW: Adjusts camera color using extended range. ATW: Adjusts camera color constantly. Indoor W.B.: Optimizes camera color for typical indoor conditions. Outdoor W.B.: Optimizes camera color for typical outdoor conditions. AWB Hold: Sets the camera's color settings for the current scene. Manual: Allows a user to adjust the Red and Blue gain. Sliding scale: – (1 to 100) + Outdoor Auto: Automatically adjusts the white balance to reduce the dark tones at dawn or dusk. Sodium Lamp: Optimizes the sodium vapor light to restore objects to their original color. Sodium Lamp Auto: Automatically adjusts for sodium vapor light to restore objects to their original color. Gain Control Electronically brightens darker scenes which may cause graininess in low light scenes. Max. Gain Level Adjusts the maximum gain level that the gain control adjusts to when set to AUTO. Sharpness Synch Mode Adjusts the sharpness level of the picture. Sets the type of synchronization mode for the camera. Sliding scale: – (1 to 6) + (1=8db, 2=12db, 3=16db, 4=20db, 5=24db, 6=28db) Sliding scale: – (1 to 16) + INTERNAL: Synchronizes camera to an internal crystal. This choice is recommended if there is noise on the power line. LINE LOCK: Synchronizes camera to AC power. This choice eliminates picture roll in multi-camera systems. Line Lock Delay Optimizes the LINE LOCK mode to eliminate picture roll in multiphase power applications. Backlight Comp WDR Improves image quality when the background illumination level is high. Turns the wide dynamic range feature on or off.
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Default Setting

Extended ATW

Auto or OFF

AUTO

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Sliding scale: – (0? to 359?) + On or OFF ON, OFF, or Auto

0?

OFF OFF

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Menu Shutter Mode Shutter

Description Turns Auto SensUP on or off. Adjusts the electronic shutter speed (AES).

Sub-menu / Description Auto SensUP or OFF Sliding scale: – (60 at extreme left to 1/10000) +

Default Setting Auto SensUP 1/60 sec. (NTSC) or 1/50 sec. (PAL)

Auto SensUP Max. Night Mode Night Mode Color Night Mode Threshold

Sets the limit for sensitivity when the shutter speed is set to Auto SensUP. Selects night mode (B/W) to enhance lighting in low light scenes. Determines if color processing remains in effect while in night mode. Adjusts the level of light at which the camera automatically switches out of night mode (B/W) operation.

15x, 7.5x, 4x, or 2x ON, OFF, or AUTO ON or OFF Sliding scale: –(10 to 55)+ (in increments of 5) 10 is earlier, 55 is later Sliding scale: –(1 to 10)+

15x AUTO OFF 55

Pre-Comp

Amplifies the video gain to compensate for long distance cable runs.

1

Restore Defaults

Restores all default settings for this menu only.

2.3

Lens Setup
The Lens Setup Menu provides access to lens settings that can be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are the default settings. Lens Setup Exit... Auto Focus: Auto Iris: Auto Iris Level: Focus Speed: Iris Speed: Max Zoom Speed: Digital Zoom: Restore Defaults

* * * * * * *

SPOT CONSTANT 8 2 5 FAST ON

* = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select

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Lens Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Auto Focus Description Saves and exits the menu. Automatically focuses on the subject in the center of the screen. CONSTANT: Auto Focus is always active, even while the camera is moving. MANUAL: Auto Focus is inactive; manual focus must be used. SPOT: The camera activates Auto Focus after the camera stops movement. Once focused, Auto Focus is inactive until the camera moves again. Auto Iris Auto Iris Level Focus Speed Iris Speed Max. Zoom Speed Digital Zoom Restore Defaults Automatically adjusts to varying light conditions. Reduces the camera's iris level for proper exposure. Adjusts the manual focus speed. MANUAL: Iris must be adjusted manually. CONSTANT: Auto Iris is constantly active. Sliding scale: – (1 to 15) + Sliding scale: – (1 to 8) + 5 FAST ON – (1 to 10) + Adjusts the manual zoom speed. Enables digital zoom. Restores all default settings for this menu. OFF or ON SLOW, MEDIUM, or FAST 2 8 CONSTANT SPOT Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

Adjusts the manual iris speed. Sliding scale:

2.4

PTZ Setup Menu
The PTZ Menu provides access to pan/tilt/zoom settings that can be changed or customized. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are the default settings. PTZ Setup Exit... Autopan: Tour 1 Period: Tour 2 Period: PTZ Fixed Speed: Inactivity: Inact. Period AutoPivot: AutoDome Orientation Freeze Frame on Preposition Tilt Up Limit... Restore Defaults

* * * * * * * * *

30 deg/sec 5 sec 5 sec 4 OFF 2 min ON NORMAL ON

* = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select PTZ Menu Choices:

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Menu Exit AutoPan Tour 1 Period Tour 2 Period PTZ Fixed Speed

Description Exits the menu. Adjusts speed of camera during AutoPan and AutoScan. Changes dwell time between presets during the tour. Changes dwell time between presets during the tour. Sets pan and tilt speed when controlled by a fixed speed controller.

Sub-menu / Description

Default Setting

Sliding scale: – (1?/sec. to 60?/sec.) + Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to 10 min.) + Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to 10 min.) + Sliding scale: – (1 to 15) + Scene 1: Returns to Preset 1. Prev Aux: Returns to previous activity, such as Aux commands 1, 2, 7, 8, 50, or 52. OFF: Remains on the current scene indefinitely. Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to 10 min.) + OFF or ON

30?/sec. 5 sec. 5 sec. 4

Inactivity

Selects the mode that an AutoDome reverts to after the period of inactivity set in the inactivity period.

OFF

Inactivity Period AutoPivot

Sets the time period of inactivity before the above action occurs. Automatically rotates the camera 180? when following a subject traveling directly beneath the camera.

2 min. ON

AutoDome Orientation Freeze Frame On Preposition Tilt Up Limit... Azimuth Zero...

Automatically rotates the video 180?. Holds a preposition video frame while moving to another preposition. Sets the upper tilt limit of the camera. Sets the zero degree pan position.

INVERTED or NORMAL OFF or ON

NORMAL ON

Use joystick to move to a scene. Use the joystick to move to a scene that you want to set as the zero degree pan position and as the North compass heading. Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52.

Restore Defaults

Restores the default setting for this menu only.

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2.5

Display Setup Menu
Provides access to display settings that can be changed or customized. Menu items with an * are the default settings. Display Setup Exit... * Title OSD: * Camera OSD: Display Adjust: Sector Blanking... Privacy Masking... Edit Sector Title Edit Scene Title Restore Defaults

MOMENTARY ON

* = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select Display Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Title OSD Description Saves and exits the menu. Controls how the OSD displays sector or shot titles. OFF: Titles are hidden. ON: Titles are displayed continuously. MOMENTARY: Titles are displayed for a few seconds then disappear from the screen. Camera OSD Controls how the OSD displays camera response information, such as Digital Zoom, Iris open/ close, and Focus near/far. Display Adjust Adjusts the text brightness and vertical position of the on-screen title. Exit: Exits the menu. Up: Moves screen title up. Down: Moves screen title down. Brighter: Brightens the intensity of the onscreen text. Darker: Darkens the intensity of the onscreen text. Azimuth Displays azimuth/elevation values. On: Displays azimuth/elevation readings. Off: Hides azimuth/elevation readings. Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52. Compass Displays compass heading. On: Displays compass heading. Off: Hides compass heading. Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52. OFF OFF OFF or ON ON MOMENTARY Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

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Menu Sector Blanking

Description Allows video blanking of selected sectors. Available sectors are 1 through 16. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Sub-menu / Description Exit: Exits the menu. Sector (1-16): Press Focus/Iris to blank or clear a sector. Exit: Saves and exits menu. Mask: 1 to 24 masking areas. Follow the on-screen instructions to set a mask. See Section 7.1 Alarm Rules, page 44. Restore Defaults: Restores the default settings for this menu only.

Default Setting

Privacy Masking

Allows masking of sensitive areas. Up to 24 privacy masks are available, with a maximum limit of eight (8) to a scene.

Edit Sector Title

Allows editing existing Sector (Zone) Titles

Select a sector title to access the character palette. See Section 3.3 Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title, page 27, for instructions.

Edit Scene Title

Allows editing existing Scene (Shot) Titles

Select a scene title, then choose a menu option: – Edit Scene Title to access the character palette. See Section 3.3 Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title, page 27, for instructions. – Clear Scene to delete the selected scene title.

Restore Defaults

Restores the default setting for this menu only.

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2.6

Communication Setup Menu
The Communication Setup Menu provides access to baud rate and Bilinx control settings. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are the default settings. Communication Setup Exit... * AutoBaud: ON * Baud Rate 9600 * Bilinx: ON Restore Defaults...

* = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select Communication Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit AutoBaud Description Saves and exits the menu. Turns AutoBaud detection on. Toggles ON or OFF. ON automatically accepts baud rates from 2400 to 57600. (Note: If stepping from 2400 to 57600 baud, you must first set the controller to 19200 for AutoBaud to detect the higher baud rate.) Baud Rate Manually sets the baud rate when AutoBaud is set to OFF. Bilinx Choices are 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, and 57600. Then follow the OSD to confirm the selection. Turns on Bilinx control communication. Toggles ON or OFF. (Only available when not connected to a Bilinx data interface unit.) ON 9600 ON Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

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Alarm I/O Setup
The Alarm Setup Menu provides access to the Alarm I/O Setup Menu to establish the alarm inputs and outputs and to configure alarm rules. Alarm I/O Setup Exit... Inputs Setup... Outputs Setup... Rule Setup... Restore Defaults... Inputs Setup Exit... 1. Alarm Input 1 2. Alarm Input 2 3. Alarm Input 3 4. Alarm Input 4 5. Alarm Input 5 6. Alarm Input 6 7. Alarm Input 7 8. NONE 9. NONE 10. NONE 11. NONE 12. NONE

N.C.S. N.O.S. N.O. N.C. N.O. N.C. N.O.

Physical Input 1-7

Physical Output 9-12

Focus / Iris: Select Alarm Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Inputs Setup Description Saves and exits the menu. Defines physical inputs or events and commands that can be used in a rule. There are twelve (12) alarm inputs available. Inputs 1-7 Defines the type of physical input.

Focus / Iris: Select Type Right / Left: Select Mode

Sub-menu / Description

Default Setting

N.O.: Normally open dry contact. N.C.: Normally closed dry contact. N.C.S.: Normally closed supervised contact. N.O.S.: Normally open supervised contact.

N.O.

Inputs 8-12

Defines input commands that can be used in a rule. Command inputs can also be customized by using non-assigned keyboard command numbers.

NONE: No command defined. Aux On: Responds to a standard or custom keyboard ON (1-99) command. Aux Off: Responds to a standard or custom keyboard OFF (1-99) command. Shot: Responds to a Preset shot or scene from 1-99. AutoTrack: Triggers an alarm when set to ON. Motion Detection: Triggers an alarm when set to ON.

NONE

NOTICE! Alarm inputs 1 and 2 provide tamper detection, if programmed as supervised, for breaks or shorts in an alarm circuit. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual for wiring instructions.

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Outputs Setup Menu Outputs Setup... Exit... 1. Alarm Output 1 2. Alarm Output 2 3. Alarm Output 3 4. Alarm Relay 5. NONE 6. Aux On 7. Aux Off 8. Shot 9. OSD 10. Transmit 11. NONE 12. NONE

N.O. N.O. N.O. N.O. 1 8 99

1-4 Physical Outputs

5-12 Command Outputs

Focus / Iris: Select Type Right / Left: Select Mode Outputs Setup Menu Choices Menu Exit Description Saves and exits the menu. Outputs Setup Defines physical outputs and keyboard commands for use in a rule. Outputs 1-3 Alarm Relay Outputs 5-12 Defines a physical output. A fixed output available for use in a rule. Defines a command output for use in a rule. Aux On: A keyboard ON command. Aux Off: A keyboard OFF command. Shot: Recalls a preset shot. OSD: An on screen display. Transmit: Transmits a message back to the head end (available with RS-232 serial connections, Bilinx, and IP AutoDome models). AutoTrack: Turns AutoTrack on or off as an output. NONE: No command defined. NONE Outputs 5 and 6 set to OSD and Shot 1 N.O.: Normally open circuit N.C.: Normally closed circuit N.O. Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

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Rule Setup Menu
The Rule Setup Menu shows the status of the rules and lets you add new rules or modify an existing rule. The default setting is Empty. NOTICE! You can program a total of twelve rules. You must define the inputs and outputs before you program a rule. See Section 2.7 Alarm I/O Setup, page 18, to configure alarm inputs and outputs.

Rule Setup... Exit... 1. Rule 1 2. Rule 2 3. Rule 3 4. Rule 4 5. Rule 5 6. Rule 6 7. Rule 7 8. Rule 8 9. Rule 9 10. Rule 10 11. Rule 11 12. Rule 12 4. Rule 4 Exit... Enabled Input: NONE NONE NONE

Rule 1

Enabled Disabled Invalid Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty Empty

YES

Output: OSD Shot 2 Alarm Relay NONE

2 sec

Focus / Iris: Select Rule Setup Menu Choices Menu Exit Rule 1-12 Description Saves and exits the menu. Displays the status of a rule on the right side of the menu. There are four (4) possible rule statuses.

Right / Left: Select Period Time Focus / Iris: Select Type

Sub-menu / Description

Default Setting

Enabled: The rule inputs and outputs are properly defined and the rule is turned on. Disabled: The rule inputs and outputs are defined but the rule is turned off. Invalid: The rule has a missing or invalid input or output. Empty: The rule has no inputs or outputs defined.

Empty

Selecting a Rule number provides access to its configuration menu. The Rule # Menu allows you to configure a rule from previously defined alarm inputs and outputs. Once an alarm is configured with valid inputs and outputs, it can be turned on or off (enabled or disabled) through its configuration menu.

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Rule # Choices: Menu Exit Enabled Description Saves and exits the menu. Turns the rule on or off after its inputs and outputs have been defined. Input Toggles through a list of valid inputs set in the Alarm I/O Setup > Inputs Setup Menu that define the rule's inputs. A rule can have up to four (4) inputs. Output Toggles through a list of valid > Outputs Setup Menu that defines a rule's outputs. Alarm Outputs 1 – 3 and any additional outputs set Aux On/Off (1-99), Shot, OSD, Transmit, and NONE. Some outputs, such as Alarm Outputs 1-3, Alarm Relay, and Aux On/Off can be set to be active for a specific duration of time as follows: Seconds: 1-5, 10, 15, or 30 Minutes: 1-5 or 10 Latched: The alarm stays active until acknowledged. Follows: The alarm follows the alarm rule. NOTICE! You can include up to four (4) Input and Output events in a single rule. Each input and output, however, must be true for the alarm's rule to be valid and enabled. NONE outputs set in the Alarm I/O Setup in the Outputs Setup Menu including: Alarm Relay, Alarm Inputs 1 – 7 and any additional inputs which were set in the Inputs Setup Menu, including Aux On/Off (1-99), Shot, and NONE. NONE YES to enable or NO to disable NO Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

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Language Menu
The Language Menu provides access to a list of languages to display the on-screen menus. Language Exit... English Spanish French German Portuguese Polish Italian Dutch

Focus / Iris: Save and Exit Language Menu Choices: Menu Exit Choose a language Description Saves and exits the menu. Select a language in which the system displays the on-screen menus. Default Setting

2.10

Advanced Feature Setup Menu
The Advanced Menu provides access to the Advanced Features Setup menus such as image Stabilization, AutoTrack Sensitivity and Virtual Masking. Menu items marked with an asterisk (*) are the default settings. Advanced Feature Setup Exit... * Stabilization * AutoTrack Sensitivity AutoTrack TImeout AutoTrack TImeout Period * Camera Height: Virtual Masking... Restore Defaults...

OFF Auto OFF 5 min 12

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Advanced Feature Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Stabilization Description Saves and exits the menu. Turns on video stabilization. Sliding scale: -(Auto, 1 to 20)+ Where 1 is more sensitive and 20 is less sensitive. Auto varies the sensitivity level based on various lighting conditions. AutoTrack Timeout Toggles the AutoTrack Timeout feature. AutoTrack Timeout Period Camera Height Virtual Masking Enters the AutoTrack Timeout Period set menu Defines the height of the camera for AutoTrack. Enters the Virtual Mask menu. See Section 7.3 Virtual Masking, page 50. Restore Defaults Restores the default settings for this menu. A range from 2.4 m (8 ft) to 30.7 m (100 ft) Allows up to 24 virtual masks using five anchor points. 3.6 m (12 ft) When On, AutoTrack “gives up” after the Timeout Period if tracking in a confined area (for example a tree, a flag, etc). Sliding scale 30 sec, 1 to 30 min. 5 min OFF AutoTrack. OFF Auto Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

AutoTrack Sensitivity Sets the sensitivity level of

2.11

Diagnostics Menu
The Diagnostics menu provides access to a list of diagnostic tools and events. Diagnostics Exit... Alarm Status... BIST... Internal Temp: High Temp Events: Highest Temp Low Temp Events: Lowest Temp: Security Access: CTFID Access: Homing Events: Homing Failed: Loss Home Events Home Position Good Restart Events: Low Volt Events: Power Up Events: Video Loss Events: Total Time On

Deg F / Deg C Deg F / Deg C Deg F / Deg C Deg F / Deg C Deg F / Deg C 0 0 0 0 0 YES 0 0 0 0hr 0min

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Menu Exit Alarm Status BIST

Description Saves and exits the menu. Enters the Alarm Status menu and displays the real time status of alarm inputs and outputs. Enters the Perform Built-in Self Tests menu. If confirmed, the BIST tests start and the results are displayed.

Sub-menu / Description

Alarm Inputs 1 to 7, Alarm Outputs 1 to 3 and Alarm Relay YES to start test. NO to exit the menu. Typical results displayed as follows: BIST Exit... Data Flash: Bilinx: FPGA: Digital I/O2: VCA: Homing: PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

Digital I/O 1: PASS

Internal Temp. High Temp Events Highest Temp Low Temp Events Lowest Temp Security Access CTFID Access Homing Events Homing Failed Loss Home Events: Home Position Good Restart Events Low Volt Events Power Up Events Video Loss Events

Displays the current dome temperature. Displays the number of times the high temperature threshold is exceeded. Displays the highest temperature reached. Displays the number of times the low temperature threshold is exceeded. Displays the lowest temperature reached. Displays the number of times the lockedcommand menu is unlocked. Displays the number of times the Configuration Tool is accessed. Displays the number of times the AutoDome was rebooted. Displays the number of times the AutoDome failed to home properly. Displays the number of times the AutoDome lost the home position. Displays if the current AutoDome home position is good. Displays YES if good. Displays the number of restart events. Displays the number of times the AutoDome dropped below the acceptable voltage limit. Displays the number of power up events. Displays the number of time that video was lost.

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2.11.1

Alarm Status Submenu
This menu displays the status of the alarm inputs and alarm outputs. Alarm Status Exit... Alarm Input 1 Alarm Input 2 Alarm Input 3 Alarm Input 4 Alarm Input 5 Alarm Input 6 Alarm Input 7 Alarm Output 1

High High Open Open Open Open Open Open

Focus / Iris: Save and Exit Menu Exit Alarm Input 1...7 Description Saves and exits the menu. Displays the status of alarm inputs 1 through 7. High Low Open (Normally Open) Closed (Normally Closed) Alarm Output Displays the status of the alarm output. Options

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Common AutoDome User Commands (unlocked)
This chapter details the commonly used Bosch keyboard setup commands. See Section 6 Keyboard Commands by Number, Page 41, for a complete list of commands.

3.1

Setting AutoPan Mode
AutoPan mode pans the AutoDome camera 360? or pans between user defined limits (when programmed). The AutoDome camera continues to pan until stopped by moving the joystick. To pan 360?: 1. 2. Press ON-1-ENTER. Move the joystick to stop the pan.

To set left and right pan limits: 1. 2. Move the camera to the starting position and press SET-101-ENTER to set the left limit. Move the camera to the end position and press SET-102-ENTER to set the right limit.

To start AutoPan between limits: 1. 2. Press ON-2-ENTER. Move the joystick to stop the pan.

3.2

Setting Preset Shots
Preset shots are saved camera positions. Shots are saved as scenes, therefore, the terms SHOT and SCENE are used interchangeably. To set a Shot: 1. 2. 3. Move the camera to the position you want to save. Press SET-#-ENTER where # can be a number from 1 to 99 that identifies the camera position of the scene. To specify a title for the shot, see the procedure below.

To view a Shot: ? Press SHOT-#-ENTER where # is the number of the scene position you want to view.

To store or clear a Shot: 1. 2. Press SET-100-ENTER to access the Store/Clear Scene Menu. Follow the on-screen instructions.

To disable overwrite confirmations: If you overwrite a preset shot the AutoDome issues a confirmation message prompting you approve the overwrite. To disable this confirmation message issue the OFF-89-ENTER command.

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3.3

Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title
The AutoDome provides an alphanumeric character palette used to specify a title for a shot (scene) or for a sector (zone). 1. To specify a title, navigate to the shot or scene: – – 2. 3. 4. 5. for a shot: set a new shot or view a stored shot then press ON-62-ENTER. for a scene: move the AutoDome to the scene (zone) then press ON-63-ENTER.

Use the joystick to move the cursor to highlight a character. Press Focus/Iris to select the character. Continue to select characters (up to 20) until you have created the title. To clear a character from the title: a. b. c. d. Use the joystick to highlight the Clear OR Position Character prompt. Move the joystick left or right until the cursor is below the title character you need to clear. Press Focus/Iris to clear the character. Move the joystick up to bring the cursor back into the character palette. Use the joystick to highlight the Exit prompt. Press Focus/Iris to save the title.

6.

To save the title: a. b.

3.4

Configuring Preposition Tours
A Preposition Tour automatically moves the camera through a series of preset or saved shots. The VG5 Autodome has one (1) standard preset tour and one (1) customized preset tour. Tour 1 is a standard tour that moves the camera through a series of shots in the sequence they were set. Tour 2 is a custom tour that allows you to change the sequence of shots in the tour by inserting and deleting scenes. To start Preposition Tour 1: 1. 2. Set a series of preset shots in the order that you want the AutoDome to cycle through. Press ON-8-ENTER to start the tour. The tour then cycles through the series of shots until it is stopped. To stop a Preposition Tour: ? Press OFF-8-ENTER or move the joystick to stop either type of tour.

To add or remove scenes to Preposition Tour 1: 1. 2. Press SHOT-900-ENTER to access the Add/Remove Scenes Menu. Use the Focus/Iris buttons to add or remove the selected scene from the tour.

To start custom Preposition Tour 2: ? Press ON-7-ENTER to start a tour. The tour cycles through the series of shots in the order they were defined until it is stopped. To edit a custom Preposition Tour 2: 1. 2. Press SET-900-ENTER to access the Add/Remove Menu. Press the Focus/Iris buttons to add or remove the selected scene.

To change the dwell period of a tour: 1. 2. Press ON-15-ENTER to access the Tour Period Menu. Select the tour (Tour 1 or Tour 2) and follow the on-screen instructions.

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Programming the Inactivity Operation
You can program the AutoDome to automatically change its operating mode after a period of inactivity. To access the Inactivity mode (locked command): 1. 2. 3. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock. Press ON-9-ENTER to access the Inactivity Mode Menu. Select one of the following choices: – – Return to Scene 1: Returns the camera position back to the first scene saved in memory. Recall Previous Aux: Returns the camera to the previous operating mode, such as a Preposition Tour.

3.6

Recording Tours
The VG5 AutoDome can make up to two (2) recorded tours. A Recorded Tour saves all manual camera movements made during the recording, including its rate of pan, tilt and zoom speeds and other lens setting changes. To Record Tour A: 1. 2. Press ON-100-ENTER to start recording a tour. Press OFF-100-ENTER to stop recording.

To playback Recorded Tour A: 1. 2. Press ON-50-ENTER to begin continuous playback. Press OFF-50-ENTER or move the joystick to stop playback

To Record Tour B: 1. 2. Press ON-101-ENTER to start recording the tour. Press OFF-101-ENTER to stop the tour.

To playback Recorded Tour B: 1. 2. Press ON-52-ENTER to begin continuous playback. Press OFF-52-ENTER or move the joystick to stop playback.

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Alternative Control Protocols
The VG5 AutoDome supports three alternative control protocols that allow a user to send commands and to receive information from the AutoDome. The VG5 AutoDome supports the following protocols: – – – – Pelco-P Pelco-D American Dynamics (AD) Manchester American Dynamics (AD) Sensormatic RS-422

The VG5 AutoDome natively supports the two Pelco protocols. To use the AD Manchester or the AD Sensormatic RS-422 protocol you must purchase a separate module. The module contains instructions to install any additional hardware and information about additional onscreen menus.

4.1

Setting FastAddress with Alternative Protocols
The VG5 AutoDome offers remote addressing via the FastAddress capability from a keyboard that uses an alternative protocol. The FastAddress feature allows you to instal all domes first, then set the addresses via the control system. Since it is not necessary to go to the camera’s physical location, this feature makes it easier to readdress cameras at a later time.

4.1.1

Using an American Dynamics Controller
Prior to setting the FastAddress for each camera, all cameras will initially move together. After the Unique Identifier is set, only the camera that was set with the FastAddress is capable of sending and receiving commands. When setting the FastAddress, it is important to remember that some American Dynamics Manchester systems use address blocks of 1 to 64, while American Dynamics Sensormatic systems typically use address blocks of 1 to 99; meaning that when the controller/keyboard displays video for cameras higher than 64 or 99 the keyboard/controller sends a different control code to the camera (see Section A Appendix: FastAddress Conversions, page 64, for conversion charts). For example at Camera 65, the American Dynamics Manchester system sends out an address of 1, while the Sensormatic RS422 system with an address of 100 also sends out an address of 1. It is NOT NECESSARY to convert these numbers with the Bosch FastAddress method. The camera automatically detects the address being transmitted by the Sensormatic RS-422 control system and adjusts the camera accordingly.

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Setting the FastAddress with an AD Manchester or AD Sensormatic RS-422 Keyboard 1. Enter the AutoDome Setup menu using 66-Preset/Shot on most AD/Sensormatic RS-422 keyboards. Note: Based on your keyboard model, it may be necessary to enter the PROGRAMMING mode prior to entering this command. 2. Move the joystick to highlight the Command Lock menu. Note: The first time the VG4 is set-up out of the box, the Command Lock feature is set to OFF for the first two (2) minutes of operation and then reverts to the ON setting. Setup Menu Exit... Command Lock: Bosch Menu Camera Setup PTZ Setup Edit Password *FastAddress: Software Version Ack and Reset Alarms Restore All Settings * = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select 3. Press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to turn Command Lock to OFF.Move to the FastAddress menu and press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to open the menu.Use the joystick to re-enter the 6-digit factory-set Unique Identifier displayed for the VG4 AutoDome. See example as follows: Enter FastAddress FastAddress: Not Set Unique Identifier: 000000 r Continue... Exit... Joystick: Match Identifier – Move the joystick up or down to select the individual number.Move the joystick right to move to the next FastAddress number position. When completed, the FastAddress number entered must match the Unique Identifier displayed. See example as follows: Enter FastAddress FastAddress: Not Set Unique Identifier: 200668 r Continue... Exit... Joystick: Match Identifier

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NOTICE! If the user does not enter the exact manufacturer Unique Identifer as displayed on-screen, the FastAddress can not be set and the only option available is to Exit the menu.

4.

Move the joystick right to highlight Continue. Then, press the FOCUS or the IRIS button. Enter FastAddress FastAddress: Not Set Unique Identifier: 200668 r Continue... Exit... Joystick: Match Identifier

200668

5.

The AutoDome automatically reads the correct Address sent by the controller and is displayed as Save ## as FastAddress (## is based on either 1-64 AD/Manchester or 1-99 AD/Sensormatic RS-422). It is NOT POSSIBLE to change the address that is displayed. The following options are available: – – – Press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to store the FastAddress number. Move the joystick to highlight Clear Current FastAddress and then press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to clear any currently saved Fast Address. Move the joystick to highlight Exit Without Change to exit the FastAddress menu without saving any changes. FastAddress FastAddress: Not Set

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The on-screen display menu confirms that the VG4 AutoDome stored the FastAddress and then returns to the Main menu with the new Fast Address displayed. Move the joystick to highlight EXIT, and then press FOCUS or IRIS to exit the menus. New Fast Address Saved

Setup Menu Exit... Command Lock: Bosch Menu Camera Setup PTZ Setup Edit Password *FastAddress: Software Version Ack and Reset Alarms Restore All Settings * = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select

OFF

3

4.1.2

Using a Pelco Controller
This section provides instructions to set a FastAddress with a Pelco keyboard or controller. – – – An AutoDome with an address set to 0 responds to commands set to any address. Pelco-P protocol must use addresses 1 to 32. Pelco-D protocol must use addresses 1 to 254.

NOTICE! A previously configured AutoDome with an address above 32 (Pelco-P upper limit) or 254 (Pelco-D upper limit) can be used without readdressing the unit. However, no two (2) addresses can be the same. For example: Pelco-P addresses above 32 are repeated in multiples of 32 (1, 33, 65, 97 are the same). Pelco-D addresses above 254 are repeated in multiples of 254 (1, 255, 509, 763 are the same). Setting FastAddress with a Pelco Keyboard 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press and hold 95-PRESET for two seconds to open the Pelco Setup menu. Move the joystick to select the Command Lock menu. Press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to turn Command Lock to OFF. Move to the FastAddress menu and press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to open the menu. Use the joystick to enter the unique identifier for the VG4 AutoDome. – – 6. 7. Move the joystick up or down to select the number. Move the joystick right to move to the next number position.

Move the joystick right to select Continue. Then, press the FOCUS or the IRIS button. Use the keyboard to enter the FastAddress number. Then, press the Camera button. Note: You must first clear an assigned FastAddress number to use the number for a different VG4 AutoDome.

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8. 9.

Move the joystick down then back up to set the FastAddress number. Press the FOCUS or the IRIS button to store the FastAddress number. The on-screen display menu confirms that the VG4 AutoDome stored the FastAddress number.

4.2

Pelco Protocol Mode
The Pelco Mode features Auto Baud Detection that automatically detects and adjusts the AutoDome protocol and baud rate to match that of the controller. The AutoDome responds to Pelco-D or Pelco-P protocol commands. NOTICE! The AutoDome supports only the RS-485 protocol while in Pelco mode. It does not transmit responses back to the controller.

4.2.1

Hardware Configuration
The AutoDome is configured from the factory for RS-485 operation in Pelco Protocol Mode. 1. 2. Connect the controller's TX terminals to the AutoDome's TxD terminals. See the AutoDome Modular Camera System Installation Manual for complete wiring instructions. Pan or tilt the keyboard joystick to confirm that control has been established to the AutoDome (approximately five (5) seconds). NOTICE! If control is not established, ensure that the RS-232/RS-485 selector switch is positioned to RS-485 (outward toward the LED lights). This switch is located on the bottom of the AutoDome CPU board, under the camera head and next to the LED lights. See Figure 4.1.

Figure 4.1 RS-232/RS-485 Selection Switch

1 2 3 4

CPU Module Switch Location LEDs RS485

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Pelco Keyboard Commands
Pelco control commands are composed of a sequence of two (2) keyboard inputs with the following convention: 1) a Command Number and 2) a Function key input. The AutoDome uses the PRESET command key to save and recall presets (pre-positions) 1 through 99. NOTICE! To save a preset, enter the desired number and hold the PRESET key for approximately two (2) seconds. To recall a preset, enter the desired preset number (or command) and momentarily press and release the PRESET key.

4.2.3

Pelco Keyboard Commands
Keyboard Command User Action 0-Pattern Press Description Initiates recording continuous playback based upon current Recording setting (A or B) in the Setup Menu. Press and hold Initiates recording based upon current Recording setting (A or B) in the Setup Menu. Press ACK to end recording. 1-Pattern Press Press and hold 2-Pattern Press Press and hold 3-Pattern 4-Pattern Press Press Initiate Recording A continuous playback. Initiate Recording A. Press ACK to end recording. Initiate Recording B continuous playback. Initiate Recording B. Press ACK to end recording. Initiate the AutoDome standard preset tour (Tour 1). Initiate the AutoDome custom preset tour (Tour 2). Activates / deactivates alarm output 1. Activates / deactivates alarm output 2. Activates / deactivates alarm output 3. Activates / deactivates alarm relay. Activate Zone Scan (display zone titles). Deactivate Zone Scan (re-move zone titles)

1 – Aux On / Aux Off Press 2 – Aux On / Aux Off Press 3 – Aux On / Aux Off Press 4 – Aux On / Aux Off Press 91 – Aux On 92 – Aux On Press Press

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4.2.4

Special Preset Commands
Some Pelco mode preset commands have a special meaning and override the normal Pelco preset function as follows: Preset Command 33-PRESET 34-PRESET 80-PRESET Description Pans the AutoDome 180° (Flip). Goes to Zero Pan (original home position). Toggles the Synchronization Mode between Line Lock and Internal (Pelco Frame Scan). This command is available if commands are unlocked using the Main menu. 81-PRESET 82-PRESET 92-PRESET 93-PRESET 94-PRESET 95-PRESET 96-PRESET 97-PRESET 98-PRESET Initiates Preset Tour 1. Initiates Preset Tour 2. Sets the Left pan limit for an AutoScan with Limit Stops enabled. Sets the Right pan limit for an AutoScan with Limit Stops enabled. Initiates a Preset Tour. Enables or disables Limit Stops in the Setup Menu for AutoScan. Invokes the Pelco main Setup Menu when pressed for 2 seconds. Stops a scan. Initiates FastAddress (Pelco Random Scan). Toggles the Synch. Mode between Line Lock and Internal (Pelco Frame Scan). This command is available only for two (2) minutes after the power is applied and then reverts to normal preset functionality. 99-PRESET NOTICE! Some Pelco controllers do not support all the preset command numbers. Consult the specific Pelco controller's documentation for supported preset commands. Starts an AutoScan

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Pelco On-Screen Menus
You can program the AutoDome through the Pelco on-screen display (OSD) menus. To access the Pelco menus, you must configure the AutoDome for Pelco Mode and invoke the Pelco main Setup Menu.

5.1

Setup Menu
The Pelco main Setup Menu provides access to the programmable AutoDome settings. Some menu items are locked and require a system password to use. Menu items marked with an * are the default settings. To open the Pelco main Setup Menu (locked commands): 1. 2. 3. 4. Press 95-PRESET (press the PRESET button for approximately 2 seconds to open). Use the joystick to highlight a menu item. Press either the Focus or the Iris key to open a menu item. Follow the on-screen instructions at the bottom of the screen. Setup Menu Exit... Command Lock: Bosch Menu Camera Setup PTZ Setup Edit Password *FastAddress: Advanced Software Version Ack and Reset Alarms Restore All Settings Reset All Memory * = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select NOTICE! Use Zoom to select the Exit item from anywhere in a menu.

OFF

Not Set

Menu Exit Command Lock (locked) Bosch Menu (locked) Camera Setup PTZ Setup Edit Password (locked) FastAddress (locked)

Description Exits the menu. Allows or prohibits accessing locked commands. (If password is set, you are prompted to enter the password. Accesses the full AutoDome configuration menu and all AutoDome settings. Accesses the White Balance and Night Mode camera settings. Accesses the tours, tour periods, scan speed, edit presets, limit stops, recording, and AutoPivot settings. Changes the password. Sets or changes a camera address.

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Menu Exit Software Version

Description Exits the menu. Displays the current software versions.

Ack and Reset Alarms Acknowledges and resets active alarms. Restore All Settings (locked) Reset All Memory (locked) NOTICE! After a period of 4.5 minutes of inactivity, the OSD menu times-out and exits without warning. Some unsaved settings can be lost! Clears all settings, including scene shots, tours, and recordings stored in the AutoDome memory. Restores all settings to their original default setting.

5.1.1

Command Lock (locked)
The Pelco Command Lock Menu allows or prohibits the use of locked commands. The default setting is ON. NOTICE! If the Command Lock is set to ON and you press Focus or Iris on a locked command, the AutoDome displays the on-screen message: “Command is Locked.”

5.1.2

Bosch Menu (locked)
The Bosch Menu allows full access to the AutoDome main Setup Menu and all AutoDome configuration settings. Pelco menu Setup Menu Exit... Command Lock: OFF Bosch Menu Camera Setup PTZ Setup Edit Password *FastAddress: Not Set Advanced Software Version Ack and Reset Alarms Restore All Settings Reset All Memory * = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select menus and configuration settings. Bosch menu Setup Menu

Exit... Camera Setup Lens Setup PTZ Setup Display Setup Communication Setup Alarm Setup Language Advanced Diagnostics

Focus / Iris: Select

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Camera Setup (unlocked) The Pelco Camera Setup Menu provides access to camera settings. Camera Setup Exit... * White Bal: * Night Mode:

OUTDOOR AUTO

* = Factory Setting Focus / Iris: Select Camera Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit White Balance Description Exits the menu.? Sets a default value in case the Pelco controller disables the white balance. Night Mode Switches from color to monochrome. OUTDOOR: Sets a default setting if the controller disables white balance. INDOOR: Sets a default setting if the controller disables white balance. ON: Sets Night Mode on. OFF: Sets Night Mode off. AUTO: Sets Night Mode to Auto set. ON (Day/Night models only) OUTDOOR Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

5.1.3

PTZ Setup (unlocked)
The Pelco PTZ Setup Menu provides access to the PTZ settings such as tours, scan speed, presets, limit stops, recording, and AutoPivot. PTZ Setup Exit... Edit Tour 1... Edit Tour 2... Tour 1 Period: Tour 2 Period: Scan Speed Edit Presets... * Limit Stops: * Recording: * Autopivot: * * * * *

5 sec 5 sec 30 deg/sec OFF “A” ON

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PTZ Setup Menu Choices: Menu Exit Edit Tour 1 Description Exits the menu.? Accesses the Add / Remove Scenes On Standard Tour 1 Menu. Edit Tour 2 Accesses the Edit Custom Tour Menu. Tour 1 Period Changes the length of waiting time between presets. Tour 2 Period Changes the length of waiting time between presets. Scan Speed Edit Presets Limit Stops Recordings Changes the Autopan and AutoScan speeds. Modifies preset scenes. Toggles the Limit Stops for AutoScan. Selects record Pattern 1 or 2, if normal pattern command does not respond. AutoPivot Follows a subject while beneath the camera, without inverting the picture. ON or OFF ON “A” or “B” “A” Sliding scale: – (1°/sec to 60°/sec) + 1-99 scenes ON or OFF OFF 30°/ sec. Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to 10 min.) + 5 sec. Exit: Exits the menu. Scene (1 - 5): Adds or removes scenes from the Standard Tour. Exit: Exits the menu. Scene (1 - 5): Adds or removes scenes from the Custom Tour. Sliding scale: – (3 sec. to 10 min.) + 5 sec. Sub-menu / Description Default Setting

5.1.4

Other Menus
Menu Edit Password FastAddress (locked) Software Version (unlocked) Ack and Reset Alarms Acknowledges and resets alarms. If there is no active alarm input, the OSD displays the following message: “No Active Alarms.” Restore All Settings (locked) Reset All Memory (locked) Restores all settings to their original factory default settings. Restores all settings to their original factory default settings and clears all user programmed settings such as preset scenes and recordings. Description Sets or displays the password. See Section 1.4 Setting Passwords, page 8. Sets or changes the AutoDome address. Displays the camera software version. Not Set Default Setting

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Keyboard Commands by Number
Comm No. Command Description

On/Off On/Off * * On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off * * On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off * On/Off On/Off * On/Off On/Off On/Off * * * * * * * On/Off On On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On On On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off * On/Off On/Off

1 2 3 4 7 8 9 11 14 15 18 20 23 24 26 35 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 50 51 52 53 56 57 58 59

Scan 360° Auto Pan Iris Control Focus Control Play Custom Pre-position Tour Play Pre-position Tour Inactivity Mode Auto Iris Level Adjust Set Autopan and Scan Speed Set Pre-position Tour Period (dwell) AutoPivot Enable Backlight Comp Electronic Shutter Stabilization Wide Dynamic Range White Balance Mode Restore Camera Settings Line Lock Phase Adjust Sync Mode Auto Gain Control Sharpness Advanced Menu View Factory Settings Playback A, continuous Playback A, single Playback B, continuous Playback B, single Night Mode Menu Night Mode Setting Day/Night Threshold Night Mode Priority

Auto Pan without limits Auto Pan between limits Enters menu (auto, manual) Enters menu (spot, auto, manual) Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Enters menu (Off, Return to Scene 1, Recall Previous PTZ Command) Enters Iris Level Adjustment menu Enters speed adjustment slide bar Enters dwell adjustment slide bar Enables/disables AutoPivot Backlight Compensation Enters Shutter Speed slide bar Electronic Stabilization Activate/Deactivate Enters White Balance menu Restores all setting to their original defaults Enters delay adjustment slide bar On–Line Lock Off–Internal AGC–On, Auto, Off Enters Sharpness menu Enters Main Setup menu View all menu default settings Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate On, Off, Auto (Day/Night only) Enables/disables Night Mode (Day/Night only) On–menu (Day/Night only) Motion–Activates Night Mode before slow shutter, preserving full-frame integration as light is reduced. Color–Activates slow shutter before Night Mode, preserving color longer as light is reduced.

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On–Enable Off–Disable

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Command

Description

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On On

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Display Adjust Pre-position Title menu

Adjust On-screen Display Enters Pre-position Title menu. Refer to Section 3.3 Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title, page 27.

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On

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Zone Title Menu

Enters Zone Title menu. Refer to Section 3.3 Specifying a Shot or a Sector Title, page 27.

On Off On * On/Off On On/Off * * On On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off * * On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off

64 65 66 69 72 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 89

Alarm Status Alarm Acknowledge Display Software Version Alarm Rule Activation/Deactivation Re-initialize Camera AutoTrack Camera Height Digital Zoom Lock Alarm Output 1 Open Collector Alarm Output 2 Open Collector Alarm Output 3 Open Collector Alarm Output 4 Relay Sector Blanking Privacy Masking Proportional Zoom Preposition Confirmation

Enters Alarm Status menu Acknowledge alarm or deactivate physical outputs Displays software version number On–Enables all alarm rules Off–Disables all alarm rules Performs camera/lens re-initialization functions Turns AutoTrack on or off Enters the Camera Height menu Turns digital zoom on and off On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output Enters Sector Blanking menu Enters Privacy Masking menu On–Activates proportional zoom Off–Deactivates proportional zoom On–Isues a message that prompts for approval to overwrite a preposition Off–No confirmation message issued

On/Off * * * * On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off

90 91 92 93 94

Command Lock/Unlock Lens Polarity Menu Lens Polarity Menu Lens Polarity Menu Set Azimuth Zero Point

On–Lock on Off–Lock off On–Reverse Off–Normal On–Reverse Off–Normal On–Reverse Off–Normal Sets the zero degree pan position. Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52.

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Comm No.

Command

Description

On/Off

95

Display Azimuth/Elevation Readings

On–Displays azimuth/elevation readings Off–Hides azimuth/elevation readings Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52.

On/Off

96

Display Compass Readings

On–Displays compass heading Off–Hides compass heading Refer to Section 7.8 Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions, page 52.

On On/Off On/Off On On On Set Shot Set

99 100 101 997 998 999 “1-99” “1-99” 100

Factory P/T Home Position Record A Record B FastAddress, display FastAddress, all units FastAddress, unaddressed domes Pre-position Programming Pre-position Recall Pre-position Menu Autopan Left Limit Autopan Right Limit Factory P/T Home Position Homing Recalibration Display

Recalibrates home position; can be used as an Alarm Output Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Display current address Display and program current address Display and program unaddressed AutoDomes Set ##–Programs a preset view Shot ##–Recall programmed preset Enters the Pre-position menu Set–Programs left limit Shot–Shows limit Set–Programs right limit Shot–Shows limit Set–Recalibrate home position Displays the current mode of operation, intervals, time until the next calibration, and the number of recalibrations that have occurred. On – Turns display on. Off – Turns off the display.

Set/Shot 101 Set/Shot 102 Set On/Off 110 680

On/Off

681

Homing Recalibration

On – Enables recalibration (This action does not cause the dome to re-home immediately) Off – Disables recalibration

On

682

Recalibration Mode

Each On command toggles the recalibration mode as follows: – – Recalibrates only on the loss of home position. Recalibrates on the loss of home and for every periodic interval.

On/Off

683

Recalibration Interval

Changes the homing recalibration interval. Intervals are in 6-hour increments up to 72 hours. Each On – increases interval by 6 hours Each Off – decreases interval by 6 hours

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On/Off

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Initial Offset Time

Sets the initial offset time for the recalibration interval. The offset time starts after the Homing Calibration is enabled. The recalibration interval begins its countdown after the offset time. Each On – increases offset time by 4 hours Each Off – decreases offset time by 4 hours Note: The offset time does not take effect until the Homing Calibration is enabled.

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On

911

Remote Restart

Simulates a power cycle. Once issued the AutoDome re-homes and displays the start-up splash screen.

* *

Set Set Set Shot

802 899 900 900

Edit Password Reset ALL Edit Tour 1 (Standard) Edit Tour 2 (Custom) from Tour 1

Enters the Edit Password menu Restores all settings to original defaults and clears all user-programmed settings Enters the Standard Tour Scene menu Enters the Custom Tour Scene menu Set ###–Adds preset Shot ###–Removes preset

Set/Shot 901-999 Adds/Removes a Preposition Shot

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7.1

Advanced Features
This chapter details the advanced features of the VG5 AutoDome Camera.

Alarm Rules
The AutoDome features a powerful alarm rule engine. In its simplest form, an alarm rule defines those inputs that activate specific outputs. In its more complex form, a rule can be programmed to take any combination of inputs and keyboard commands to perform a dome function. There are numerous combinations of alarm inputs and outputs that can be programmed into twelve alarm rules.

7.1.1

Controlling Alarm Rules
The AUX 69 command allows a user to enable or disable all alarm rules. By default, alarm rules are enabled until the OFF-69-ENTER command is issued from a keyboard (there is no corresponding menu item for this command). Disabling alarms rules does not erase the rule, the AutoDome preserves the user-defined settings and the rule data is restored when the ON69-ENTER command is issued. The OFF-69-ENTER command performs the following actions: – – Disables all alarm rules Displays the message “Ack and Reset Alarms” if an alarm-rule triggered alarm is active when the AutoDome receives the disable command. You must acknowledge the alarm before the rule is disabled. – Prevents the modification of an alarm rule while disabled.

7.1.2

Alarm Rule Examples
Following are three examples for setting up alarm rules. The first example is a basic alarm rule, and the second and third examples are more complex. Example 1: Basic Alarm Rule Scenario: We want a door alarm contact to: 1. 2. 3. Flash an OSD message (***ALARM 1***) on the display when the alarm is triggered. Move the AutoDome camera to a saved position. (For this example Shot 7.) Transmit a Bilinx signal over the coax cable to the headend system, such as an Allegiant, to trigger an alarm response. The sequence to program the above alarm rule example is as follows: 1. 2. Wire the door contact to Input 1 in the AutoDome. This circuit is normally open. Define the Alarm Input(s) – From the Inputs Setup menu, ensure that Alarm Input 1 is set to N.O. (This is the default setting for Input 1.) NOTICE! For instruction on wiring alarm and relay connections, see the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual.

3.

Define the Alarm Outputs from the Outputs Setup menu: a. b. c. Ensure Output 5 is set to OSD. (This is the default setting for Output 5.) Set Output 6 to Shot 7. Set Output 7 to Transmit (a Bilinx signal to the head end).

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Set up the Alarm Rule (for this example use Rule 1). Select the Inputs from the Rule Setup menu: a. b. Select Rule 1. Set the first input to Alarm Input 1. Set the first output to OSD. Set the second output to Shot 7. Set the third output to Transmit. Highlight Enabled and select YES.

5.

Select the outputs: a. b. c.

6.

Enable the rule: –

Example 2: Advanced Alarm Rule Scenario: A VG5 AutoDome located at an airport is set to AutoPan Between Limits from the parking garage to the airport terminal. The gate entering the airport has an alarm contact connected to the AutoDome, and the perimeter fence in the area of the gate has an infrared (IR) motion detection sensor connected to the AutoDome. When both the gate contact and motion detector alarms are activated at the same time, we want the alarm rule to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. Flash an OSD message (***ALARM 2***) on the monitor. Stop the AutoPan and move the camera to a saved position (Shot 5) viewing the fence. Turn on AutoTrack. Transmit a Bilinx signal to the head end system to trigger an alarm response. Wire and set the alarm Input(s). a. b. NOTICE! For instruction on wiring alarm and relay connections, see the AutoDome Modular Camera System Installation Manual. Wire the motion detector to Input 1. (This circuit is normally open.) Wire the gate alarm contact to Input 5. (This circuit is normally closed.)

The sequence to program this alarm rule example is as follows:

2.

From the Inputs Setup menu: a. b. Ensure Input 1 (the motion detector) is set to N.O. (This setting is the default for Input 1.) Ensure Input 5 (the gate contact) is set to N.C. Set Output 5 to OSD. Set Output 6 to Transmit. Set Output 7 to Shot 5. Set Output 8 to AutoTrack. From the Rule Setup menu select Rule 2. Set the first input to Alarm Input 1. (The motion detector.) Set the second input to Alarm Input 5. (The gate alarm contact.) Set the first output to OSD. Set the second output to Shot 5 viewing the fence. Set the third output to AutoTrack and select Latched. Set the fourth output to Transmit (a Bilinx signal to the headend). Highlight Enabled and select YES.
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Set the alarm Outputs from the Outputs Setup menu: a. b. c. d.

4.

Set up the Alarm Rule (for this example use Rule 2). Select the alarm Inputs: a. b. c.

5.

Select the alarm Outputs: a. b. c. d.

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Example 3: Advanced Alarm Rule using AutoTrack The following example explains how to set an alarm rule that moves the camera to a preset position and then activates the AutoTrack feature to track an intruder after an alarm is triggered. This example uses the Configuration Tool for Imaging Devices (CTFID) software tool. Refer to the Configuration Tool for Imaging Devices User Guide, available at www.boschsecurity.com. 1. Launch the CTFID software from a computer that is connected to a VG5 AutoDome.

Figure 7.1 CTFID Overview Window

2.

Click the Online Config button and then expand Alarm.

Figure 7.2 Expanded Alarm Group

3. 4. 5. 6.

Expand Output Options; then click Output Option 5. Select Tracking from the Type drop-down list. Click Output Option 6. Select Shot from the Type drop-down list.

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Type the number 1 or use the slide bar to specify shot number 1. (Shot numbers must be set prior to configuring an alarm rule. See Section 3.2 Setting Preset Shots, page 26, for instructions). The AutoDome moves to this preposition when the alarm rule is true.

Figure 7.3 Output Option 6 Configuration

8. 9.

Expand Alarm Rule; then click Alarm Rule 1. Click the Yes radio button to enable the rule.

10. Type the number 1 or use the slider bar to select 1 for the Input option. 11. Select Alarm Input 1 from the Input Option drop-down list. 12. Ensure that the Output number is set to 1. 13. Select Shot 1 from the Output Options drop-down list. This option instructs the AutoDome to move to pre-position shot 1 when Input 1 is true.

Figure 7.4 Alarm Rule 1 Configuration

14. Move the Output slider bar to Output 2. 15. Select Tracking from the Output Option drop-down list. This option instructs the AutoDome to activate the AutoTrack feature after the input alarm is triggered and after the AutoDome moves to pre-position 1.
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16. Select 5 sec from the Output Period drop-down list. This option instructs the AutoDome to turn off the AutoTrack feature after five seconds from when the tracked object is out of view.

7.2

AutoTrack Operation
The AutoDome features enhanced AutoTrack software with more versatility and smoother object tracking. AutoTrack continuously follows an individual even if the person passes behind a Privacy Mask. When used with Virtual Mask, it is able to ignore predefined areas of background motion. You can manually start AutoTrack or program the AutoDome to automatically turn on AutoTrack. – Manual – – – Enter the keyboard command ON-78-ENTER. In Pelco Mode, open the Main menu, select the Advanced menu, and then select AutoTrack On. Automatic – – – NOTICE! For proper operation AutoTrack requires that the camera height be set in the software. Open the Bosch Main menu, select the Advanced menu and select Camera Height to enter the height. During a pre-position tour. During AutoPan. AutoDome activates AutoTrack after a period of Inactivity (Return to Scene 1 or Return to Previous Aux), if AutoTrack is programmed for these activities.

7.2.1

AutoTrack Settings and Recommendations
AutoTrack operates by recognizing an individual in motion and zooms-in to approximately 50% of the field of view for an average target height of six feet. In addition to the camera height, other factors may interfere with AutoTrack operation. Setting the Camera Height To ensure smooth tracking set the Camera Height accurately. Bosch recommends a minimum camera height of 3.6 m (12 ft). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock.? Press ON-46-ENTER to access the Main Menu.? Use the joystick to highlight the Advanced menu.? Press Focus/Iris to open the menu.? Highlight the Camera Height option and press the Focus/Iris button.? Enter a value between 3.6 m (12 ft) and 30.7 m (100 ft). Press Focus/Iris again to accept the camera height value. Exit the Advanced menu; then exit the Main menu.

Ensuring Smooth AutoTrack Operation Factors such as the viewing angle and unwanted motion (from trees, for example) may interfere with AutoTrack operation. Use the following recommendations to ensure smooth AutoTrack operation:

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Mount/Mounting Surface Stability – Mount the camera in the most stable position. Avoid locations affected by vibrations, such as those caused by a roof-top air conditioner. These vibrations may cause complications when the camera zooms-in on a target. – – Use the pendant arm mount, if possible. This mount option provides the most stability for the camera. Use guy wires to protect against strong winds if using the parapet mount. Select a location and viewing angle that allows the flow of people to move across the camera’s field of view. – – Avoid motion that moves directly towards the camera. Avoid locations that attract large numbers of people, such as retail stores or intersections.



Field of View –



Unwanted Motion – Use the Virtual Masking feature (see Section 7.3 Virtual Masking, page 50) to mask unwanted motion from trees or cars. Bosch recommends that you draw the virtual mask 10% larger than the object to be masked. – Avoid neon lights, flashing lights, night time lights, and reflected light (from a window or mirror, for example). The flickering of these lights can affect the AutoTrack operation. Use a Virtual Mask to hide these type of lights if they cannot be avoided. – Check the virtual mask periodically to ensure that it still covers the entire object to be masked. Adjust the mask if necessary.

7.2.2

AutoTrack Optimization
The AutoDome achieves optimum tracking performance when the focal length of the lens during AutoPan is as close to the focal length of the lens during an AutoTrack operation. The ambient light conditions also affect the AutoTrack performance. Dynamic Light Conditions The ambient lighting conditions affect AutoTrack performance, especially in outdoor dynamic lighting conditions that change daily or hourly. To optimize the AutoTrack performance under changing light conditions, Bosch recommends that you configure the AutoTrack Sensitivity and the AutoPan speeds. Bosch recommends setting the AutoTrack Sensitivity to Auto and suggests the following AutoPan speed for outdoor conditions: Camera Focal Length Near-field (Wide Angle) Mid-field Far-field (Telephoto) Maximum Suggested AutoPan Speed (degrees/sec) 5 2 1

If you need a higher AutoPan speed, set the AutoTrack Sensitivity to a value between 1 and 10 in the Advanced Feature Setup menu.

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Setting AutoTrack Optimization Parameters 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock.? Press ON-46-ENTER to access the Main Menu.? Use the joystick to highlight the Advanced menu.? Select the AutoTrack Sensitivity option and change the parameter to Auto or to a value between 1–10.? Exit the AutoTrack Sensitivity menu. Then, exit the Advanced Feature Setup menu. Access the PTZ Setup menu. Select the AutoPan option and change the parameter to one of the suggested values in the table above. Exit the AutoPan menu. Then, exit the PTZ Setup menu and finally exit the Main menu.

Consistent Light Conditions You may use higher AutoPan speeds in consistent indoor or outdoor ambient light conditions, but Bosch recommends not exceeding a speed of more than 15 degrees/sec. Then modify the AutoTrack Sensitivity setting to reach the optimal results.

7.3

Virtual Masking
Virtual Masking is a unique Bosch technology that allows you to create an “invisible” area that ignores unwanted background motion. These invisible masks are similar to privacy zones, except that the AutoDome AutoTrack and Motion Detection algorithms can see them. – – To configure a Virtual Mask, open the Main menu, select the Advanced menu, then select Virtual Masking. To setup a Virtual Mask follow the on-screen menu instructions. In Pelco Mode, open the Main menu, select the Advanced menu, then select Virtual Masking. To setup a Virtual Mask follow the on-screen menu instructions. NOTICE! Draw the mask 10% larger than the object to ensure that the mask completely covers the object as the AutoDome zooms in and out.

7.4

Privacy Masking
Privacy Masking is used to block out a specific area of a scene from being viewed. Mask choices include black, white, or blurred, and can be configured with three, four, or five corners to cover more complex shapes. NOTICE! Privacy Masking does not hinder AutoTrack from tracking an object.



To configure a Privacy Mask, open the Main menu, select Display Setup, and then select Privacy Mask. Alternatively, enter the keyboard command ON-87-ENTER. To setup a privacy mask, follow the on-screen menu instructions.



In Pelco Mode open the Pelco Main menu, open the Bosch menu, select the Display Setup menu, and finally select Privacy Masking. To setup a privacy mask, follow the onscreen menu instructions.

NOTICE! Draw the mask 10% larger than the object to ensure that the mask completely covers the object as the AutoDome zooms in and out.

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7.5

Motion Detection with Region of Interest (Preset positions 90 through 99)
With the VG5 Series AutoDome, the motion detection software can be configured to create a Region of Interest within multiple preset positions or scenes. It can take advantage of Virtual Masking to ignore motion in predefined areas. Motion Detection can also be used as an Alarm Rule input. Preset positions 90 through 99 are reserved for programming motion detection scenes. NOTICE! Motion Detection always takes precedence over AutoTrack object tracking.

To set up a scene with Motion Detection: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Choose an unused Preset position from 90 to 99. For this example use Preset scene 95. Enter the keyboard command SET-95-ENTER. Select YES at the Apply Motion Detection? prompt. (If NO is selected, the Preset scene does not activate Motion Detection.) Select YES at the Apply Region of Interest? prompt. (If NO is selected, the entire scene is used for Motion Detection.) Follow the on-screen menu instructions to construct the shape of the screen area you want to detect motion within. NOTICE! Up to five (5) anchor points can be used to form the area which you want to detect motion within. Motion Detection is not activated until the Preset scene is recalled. The Motion Detection icon "M" appears in the upper left-hand corner of the display.

7.6

Image Stabilization
Image Stabilization becomes increasingly important as zoom ranges are extended. The advanced image stabilization algorithms of the VG5 Series AutoDome eliminate camera shake for exceptional image clarity. Bosch achieves this clarity without reducing camera sensitivity or picture quality. – – To configure image stabilization, open the Main menu, select the Advanced menu, and then select Stabilization to turn on the feature. In Pelco Mode open the Main menu, select the Advanced menu, and then select Stabilization to turn on the feature.

7.7

Pre-position Tour
The VG5 Series AutoDome features (2) preset tours. Each preset scene is saved for playback later. Tour 1 is a standard tour that only recalls the scenes in the exact sequence they were shot. Scenes can be added or deleted on the tour, but the sequence cannot be changed. To add or remove scenes on Tour 1 enter the keyboard command SHOT-900-ENTER and follow the onscreen instructions. Tour 2 is a customizable tour that allows you to rearrange the sequence of scenes on the tour by inserting and deleting scenes. To enter the Edit Tour 2 menu, enter the keyboard command SET-900-ENTER and follow the on-screen instructions.

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7.8

Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Directions
The VG5 AutoDome allows a user to display the azimuth and elevation position, and the compass heading of the camera. The AutoDome displays the position data in the lower-right corner of the image display. These readings are described as: Azimuth: Elevation: Compass: The pan angle from zero to 359 degrees in one degree increments. An azimuth of zero degrees corresponds to North. The tilt position from zero (horizon) to –90 degrees (camera pointing straight down) in one degree increments. The cardinal or intercardinal (N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW) heading in which the camera is pointing. The AutoDome uses the azimuth to determine the compass direction. The following table shows the azimuth range and its corresponding compass heading: Azimuth Range 21° to 65° 66° to 110° 111° to 155° 156° to 200° 201° to 245° 246° to 290° 291° to 335° 336° to 20° Compass Direction NE (Northeast) E (East) SE (Southeast) S (South) SW (Southwest) W (West) NW (Northwest) N (North)

7.8.1

Setting the Azimuth Zero Point
The installer must calibrate the Azimuth Zero point. The AutoDome uses the Azimuth Zero point, usually set to magnetic North, as the zero degree pan position and as the North compass heading. The AutoDome then displays the azimuth reading and the compass heading based on the number of degrees from the Azimuth Zero point. To set the Azimuth Zero point: 1. 2. 3. Determine the North compass heading, then move the camera to that position. Press OFF-90-ENTER to turn off the command lock (if active). Press ON-94-ENTER to set the Azimuth Zero point.

CAUTION! Bosch recommends that only the installer calibrate the Azimuth Zero point. A recalibration to the Azimuth Zero point may cause inaccurate compass headings.

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7.8.2

Displaying Azimuth, Elevation, and Compass Headings
You can display only the azimuth/elevation readings or only the compass reading, or you can display both readings at the same time. The AutoDome displays the azimuth/elevation readings and the compass heading in the following way: 180 / –45 S where: – – – 1. 2. 3. 4. 180 is the Azimuth or the pan location in degrees. –45 is the Elevation or the tilt location in degrees. S is the compass direction (cardinal or intercardinal). Press ON-95-ENTER to display the azimuth/elevation reading. Press ON-96-ENTER to display the compass heading. Press OFF-95-ENTER to hide the azimuth/elevation reading. Press OFF-96-ENTER to hide the compass heading.

7.9

AutoHome Recalibration Commands and Settings
The AutoHoming routine may be enabled for any site that is experiencing a large amount of shifts in masks, prepositions, or playback tours. This feature adds the following AUX commands to configure and to enable the AutoHome Recalibration feature: Function Command Command Key On/Off Number 680 Homing Recalibration Display Description Displays the current mode of operation, intervals, time until the next calibration, and the number of recalibrations that have occurred. On – Turns display on. On/Off 681 Homing Recalibration Off – Turns off the display. On – Enables recalibration (This action does not cause the dome to re-home immediately) On 682 Recalibration Mode Off – Disables recalibration Each On command toggles the recalibration mode as follows: – – On/Off 683 Recalibration Interval Recalibrates only on the loss of home position. Recalibrates on the loss of home and for every periodic interval. Changes the homing recalibration interval. Intervals are in 6-hour increments up to 72 hours. Each On – increases interval by 6 hours On/Off 684 Initial Offset Time Each Off – decreases interval by 6 hours Sets the initial offset time for the recalibration interval. The offset time starts after the Homing Calibration is enabled. The recalibration interval begins its countdown after the offset time. Each On – increases offset time by 4 hours Each Off – decreases offset time by 4 hours Note: The offset time does not take effect until the Homing Calibration is enabled.

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7.9.1

AutoHome Recalibration Operation
Recalibration occurs when the AutoDome loses its home position or after the specified time interval has elapsed. Once a recalibration event occurs, the AutoDome will delay the start of the recalibration for15 minutes to ensure that all manual commands have ceased. Manual control is defined as a pan or tilt movement. If after the initial 15-minute delay the AutoDome is still under manual control, the unit delays the start of recalibration for another 15 minutes. It is recommended to set the Inactivity (AUX ON 9) to Shot 1 or to Previous AUX so the AutoDome returns to a preset position or starts a tour after the recalibration process is complete. The AutoHome recalibration behaves in the following manner under specific circumstances: – AutoTracker If the AutoDome is actively tracking an object with AutoTracker when the interval elapses or a loss of home is detected, the unit will delay recalibration until the AutoTracker stops tracking. – Preset or Recorded Tour If the AutoDome is performing a preset or playback of a recorded tour when the interval elapses or a loss of home is detected, the unit will start the recalibration process immediately. If the Inactivity command (AUX ON 9) is set to Return to AUX, the unit will resume the tour after the recalibration process is complete.

7.9.2

Using the AutoHome Recalibration
Use the following procedure for the initial setup of the AutoHome Recalibration: 1. Issue the AUX ON 680 command to check the status of the recalibration settings. This command displays a status screen that shows the following information: Setting Status Mode Values Enabled Disabled Loss

Loss + Interval Interval 6 - 72 hours, in 6-hour increments Initial Offset 4 - 20 hours, in 4-hour increments Number of Recals Total number of homing recalibrations performed due to loss of home or Next Cal 2. interval Shows the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until the next homing recalibration Set the Recalibration Mode to recalibrate on the loss of home and after every interval: – – Issue the AUX ON 682 command. Issue the AUX ON 682 command again. Note: The AUX ON 682 command must be issued twice only for the initial setup. Each subsequent AUX ON 682 command toggles the mode as described in the table above. 3. Set the Recalibration Interval by issuing the AUX ON 683 and the AUX OFF 683 commands. For example, to set the Recalibration Interval to 24 hours, issue the AUX ON 683 commands four times. 4. Set the Initial Offset Time by issuing the AUX ON 684 and the AUX OFF 684 commands. For example, to set the Initial Offset Time to 8 hours, issue the AUX ON 684 command twice. 5. Issue the AUX ON 681 command to enable the recalibration routine.

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Problem No video

Troubleshooting Guide
VG5 AutoDome Operation and Control
Solution – Check that the Green LED on the AutoDome CPU board is on. This LED indicates video from the camera. If the Green LED is off, then: – Check that the Red LED on the AutoDome CPU board is slowly blinking. This LED indicates power to the AutoDome power supply board and to the CPU Module. Red LED on AutoDome CPU M0.odule Flash SequenceIndicates: – – – 5 sec. on / 0.5 sec. off: Normal operation Steady on: CPU is locked Try cycling the AutoDome power off and on.

If the Red LED is on steady, then: If the Red LED is off, then: If using a Bosch Pendant Power Supply Box: – Check that Green LED in Power Supply Box is on. This LED indicates mains power through the transformer. If the Green LED is off, then: – – – Turn off the Power. Check the FX101 fuse for mains power to the Power Supply Box. Check the FX102 fuse for 24 V power to the AutoDome Pendant.

If O.K., then: If O.K., then: If using a non-Bosch power supply: – – – – Check that the mains power to the power supply box is on. Check that there is 24 V output from the transformer. Check the connector on top of the AutoDome housing for bent pins. Check the integrity of all wires and terminal connections to the AutoDome. If O.K., then:

If O.K., then: If O.K., then: If there is power to the AutoDome, then: – Remove the camera and CPU modules from the AutoDome housing and check that the Green LED on the housing power supply board is on. If the Green LED is off, then: – Check that the fuse on the housing power supply board is good.

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No camera control

– –

Ensure that the keyboard and monitor are set to the correct (same) camera number. Check that the camera address is properly set. Enter ON-997-ENTER to display the camera address.

If O.K., then:

If address is not set or is incorrect, then: – – Set the camera address using FastAddress (ON-998-ENTER). Check that the Amber LED on the AutoDome CPU turns on when receiving pan/tilt commands from the controller keyboard. The Amber LED indicates control is being received. Amber LED on AutoDome CPU Module Flash Sequence – – – Off No incoming communications or no power Solid for 2 seconds Receiving good data Fast blinking Lost packet(s) If amber LED does not light when given PTZ commands, then: – Check if other cameras on the system can be controlled. If not, check the controller and wiring connections. If O.K., then: – – Check that the RS-232/485 selector switch is properly set to the proper protocol. Ensure that all Biphase, Bilinx, or RS-232/485 wires are properly connected. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – – – Intermittent camera control – – Check if you can access the AutoDome OSD menus (ON-46-ENTER). Confirm that the AutoDome passes homing (SET-110-ENTER). Contact Bosch Technical Support. Check that only the last AutoDome in a daisy chain configuration is terminated with a 100 ? resistor across the +/- biphase terminals. If O.K., then: Check that the maximum wire distance has not been exceeded for the control protocol (the maximum distance for RS-232 is 50 feet). See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – Camera moves when – moving other cameras Cannot access user settings – – Check that all wiring meets Bosch recommended standards and specifications. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. Check that the camera address is properly set (ON-997-ENTER). If the camera address is not set, the AutoDome responds to control commands to any camera on the system. If camera address is not set, then: Invoke the FastAddress Menu to assign a camera address (ON-998-ENTER). Enter the unlock command OFF-90-ENTER. This command may require a password. (Commands automatically lock in 30 minutes.) If O.K., then: If AutoDome fails homing, then: If O.K., then: If O.K., then:

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Setting FastAddress with an American Dynamics Keyboard Picture is dark

The FastAddress value must match the Unique Identifier for the AutoDome. To set the FastAddress on an American Dynamics keyboard refer to Section 4.1 Setting FastAddress with Alternative Protocols, page 29. – – – Check that the Gain Control is set to AUTO (ON-43-ENTER). Check that the Auto Iris Level is set to the appropriate level (ON-11-ENTER). Check that the video coax is terminated with 75 ? only at the head end. (Double termination causes dark video.) If O.K., then: – – – Go to the Camera Setup Menu and increase the Pre-Compensation setting. Check that the camera lens cover is removed. Check that the maximum coax distance has not been exceeded. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – Restore all camera settings (ON-40-ENTER). Reset the White Balance to the appropriate selection (ON-30-ENTER). Go to the Camera Setup Menu and increase the Pre-Compensation setting. Check that the maximum coax distance has not been exceeded. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – Restore the default settings (ON-40-ENTER). Turn on backlight compensation (ON-20-ENTER). Ensure that the Synch Mode is set to Internal (OFF-42-ENTER). Check that the maximum coax distance has not been exceeded. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – Check the integrity of all BNC connectors and splices. Note: Connecting a network cable to the interface board of a non-IP AutoDome causes video distortion. – – Remove the network cable from the interface board RJ-45 connector. Contact Bosch Technical Support. Check that the Day/Night mode is set to AUTO (ON-56-ENTER). Set Gain Control to AUTO (ON-43-ENTER). If O.K., then: If O.K., then: If O.K., then: If O.K., then: If O.K., then:

Colors are not correct

– – –

If O.K., then: If O.K., then:

Background is too bright to see subject Video is rolling, noisy or distorted

– – –

If O.K., then:

Day/Night camera does not switch automatically when image is dark

– –

If O.K., then:

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Inside of Outdoor Pendant bubble is foggy

– – – –

Check the status of the Heater Module (ON-66-ENTER). Turn off the power to the AutoDome. Check the FX103 fuse in the Power Supply Box for power (24 V) to the heater module. Check all wiring and connector pins to the heater module. If using a non-Bosch power supply, confirm that it meets the Bosch AutoDome power ratings. See the AutoDome Datasheet for specifications.

If status reports Heater No Power, then:

If O.K., then: Low Voltage flashing – on monitor display – –

If O.K., then: Check the mains input line voltage. Check that the maximum wire length from the power supply has not been exceeded. See the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual. If O.K., then: – Measure the AC voltage input to the camera while power is applied to the camera. The voltage must be ≥ 21 VAC to stop the message. If O.K., then:

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8.2

VG5 Series AutoDome Audio
The following diagram illustrates the path for audio transmissions between a microphone/ AutoDome and a computer that plays the audio. Audio Connections with an VG5 600 Series AutoDome In this illustration the VG5 600 Series AutoDome connects to a Bosch Video/Audio IP Encoder via a coaxial cable. The computer that plays the audio is connected to the encoder via an Ethernet cable.

Figure 8.1 Typical Audio Connections for an Analog AutoDome

1 2

Microphone Video/Audio Encoder; 10 m (33 ft) maximum distance

6

Audio In Video In

Coaxial Connection; Microphone to Bosch 7

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VG5 600 Series AutoDome Coaxial Connection; VG5 600 Series Autodome to a Bosch Video/Audio Encoder

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Ethernet Connection; Bosch Video/Audio Encoder to a PC Computer with Bosch DiBos Software

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Problem No Audio

Solution – Check the computer receiving the audio from the VG5 AutoDome or from the IP Encoder. – – Check the computer’s audio settings. Ensure that the sound levels are at an audible level. Check the computer’s audio output card and speakers. Play a secondary source of audio on the computer. If you still do not hear audio replace the speakers and try again. If O.K., then: – Ensure that the Audio option is enabled for the IP device. a. b. c. – Access the Settings Web page for the IP-enabled device. Expand the Encoder Settings link, then click Audio Settings. Ensure that On is selected from the Enable Audio drop-down list. Then, click Set.

If O.K., then: Check the microphone. Connect appropriate speakers directly to the microphone at the camera site and confirm that the audio is clear and audible at the location. An audio problem or noise at the source will further degrade as it travels through all the cables and connections. If O.K., then: – Verify the cable type and installation used for audio connections between the microphone and the VG5 AutoDome. – – Cable type: Coaxial Cable length: 10 m (33 ft), maximum Refer to the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual for more information.

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Problem

Solution If O.K., then: – Check all network connections. – – If the video is clear and contains no distortion, then the network connections are probably not the source of audio problems. Ensure that the maximum distance between any two Ethernet connections is 100 m (328 ft). Refer to the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual for more information.

Poor Audio



Check the computer receiving the audio from the VG5 AutoDome or from the IP Decoder. – – Check the computer’s audio output card and speakers. Play a secondary source of audio on the computer, if you hear static then replace the speakers and try again. Check the computer’s audio output card and speakers. Play a secondary source of audio on the computer. If you still do not hear audio replace the speakers and try again.

If O.K., then: – Check the Gain settings and the peak gain value. a. b. c. Access the Settings Web page for the IP-enabled device. Expand the Encoder Settings link, then click Audio Settings. Adjust the Gain level so that the peak value stays within the green area. Refer to the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual for complete information. If O.K., then: – Check the location of the microphone and the audio cables. – – Line level audio is typically between 700 mV and 2 V so it may be affected by AC power or transmission sources. Ensure that there is a maximum (at least 1 foot per 100 VAC) distance between the microphone and audio cables and the AC source. If O.K., then: – Verify the cable type and installation used for audio connections between the microphone and the VG5 AutoDome. – – Cable type: Coaxial Cable length: 10 m (33 ft), maximum Refer to the VG5 AutoDome Installation Manual for more information.

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Function Key Comm No.

User Command Table
Command Description

On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On On Off On On On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off On/Off

1 2 7 8 14 15 20 24 26 47 50 51 52 53 56 57 62 64 65 66 72 78 81 82 83 84 88 89

Scan 360° Auto Pan Play Custom Pre-position Tour Play Pre-position Tour Set Autopan and Scan Speed Set Pre-position Tour Period (dwell) Backlight Comp Stabilization Wide Dynamic Range View Factory Settings Playback A, continuous Playback A, single Playback B, continuous Playback B, single Night Mode Menu Night Mode Setting Pre-position Title Menu Alarm Status Alarm Acknowledge Display Software Version Re-initialize Camera AutoTrack Alarm Output 1 Open Collector Alarm Output 2 Open Collector Alarm Output 3 Open Collector Alarm Output 4 Relay Proportional Zoom Preposition Confirmation

Auto Pan without limits Auto Pan between limits Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Enters speed adjustment slide bar Enters dwell adjustment slide bar Backlight Compensation Electronic Stabilization Activate/Deactivate View all menu default settings Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate On, Off, Auto (Day/Night only) Enables/Disables Night Mode (Day/Night only) Enters Pre-position Title menu Enters Alarm Status menu Acknowledge alarm or deactivate physical outputs Displays software version number Performs camera/lens re-initialization functions Turns AutoTrack on or off On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates output Off–Deactivates output On–Activates proportional zoom Off–Deactivates proportional zoom On–Issues a message that prompts for approval to overwrite a preposition Off–No confirmation message issued

On/Off On/Off On/Off

90 95 96

Command Lock/Unlock Display Azimuth/Elevation Readings Display Compass Heading

On–Lock on Off–Lock off On–Displays azimuth/elevation readings Off–Hides azimuth/elevation readings On–Displays compass heading Off–Hides compass heading

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Comm No.

Command

Description

On/Off On/Off On On On Set Shot Set

100 101 997 998 999 “1-99” “1-99” 100

Record A Record B FastAddress, display FastAddress, all units FastAddress, unaddressed domes Pre-position Programming Pre-position Recall Pre-position Menu Autopan Left Limit Autopan Right Limit Factory P/T Home Position Homing Recalibration Display

Activate/Deactivate Activate/Deactivate Display current address Display and program current address Display and program unaddressed AutoDomes Set ##–Programs a preset view Shot ##–Recall programmed preset Enters the Pre-position menu Set–Programs left limit Shot–Shows limit Set–Programs right limit Shot–Shows limit Set–Recalibrate home position Displays the current mode of operation, intervals, time until the next calibration, and the number of recalibrations that have occurred. On – Turns display on. Off – Turns off the display.

Set/Shot 101 Set/Shot 102 Set On/Off 110 680

On/Off

681

Homing Recalibration

On – Enables recalibration (This action does not cause the dome to re-home immediately) Off – Disables recalibration

On

682

Recalibration Mode

Each On command toggles the recalibration mode as follows: – – Recalibrates only on the loss of home position. Recalibrates on the loss of home and for every periodic interval.

On/Off

683

Recalibration Interval

Changes the homing recalibration interval. Intervals are in 6-hour increments up to 72 hours. Each On – increases interval by 6 hours Each Off – decreases interval by 6 hours

On/Off

684

Initial Offset Time

Sets the initial offset time for the recalibration interval. The offset time starts after the Homing Calibration is enabled. The recalibration interval begins its countdown after the offset time. Each On – increases offset time by 4 hours Each Off – decreases offset time by 4 hours Note: The offset time does not take effect until the Homing Calibration is enabled.

On

911

Remote Restart

Simulates a power cycle. Once issued the AutoDome re-homes and displays the start-up splash screen.

Set Shot

900 900

Edit Tour 1 (Standard) Edit Tour 2 (Custom) Adds/Removes a Preposition Shot from Tour 1

Enters the Standard Tour Scene menu Enters the Custom Tour Scene menu Set ###–Adds preset Shot ###–Removes preset
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Appendix: FastAddress Conversions
Sample: If there is video coming from Camera #131, look at the appropriate conversion table below to convert the FastAddress accordingly (i.e. using an AD system 131=3 and using a Sensormatic system 131=32). Ensure that the camera number displayed within the menu on the keyboard represents the converted camera number.

BLOCK 1 Bosch AD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 2 Bosch AD 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74128 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 3 Bosch AD 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138192 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 4 Bosch AD 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202256 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 5 Bosch AD 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266320 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 6 Bosch AD 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330384 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 7 Bosc AD h 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394448 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

BLOCK 8 Bosc AD h 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458512 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-64

Table 1.1

Address Conversion Table for AD/Manchester Systems

Group 1 IN OUT 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10-99 10-99
Table 1.2

Group 2 IN OUT 100 1 101 2 102 3 103 4 104 5 105 6 106 7 107 8 108 9 109- 10-99 198

Group 3 IN OUT 199 1 200 2 201 3 202 4 203 5 204 6 205 7 206 8 207 9 208- 10-99 297

Group 4 IN OUT 298 1 299 2 300 3 301 4 302 5 303 6 304 7 305 8 306 9 307- 10-99 396

Group 5 IN OUT 397 1 398 2 399 3 400 4 401 5 402 6 403 7 404 8 405 9 406- 10-99 495

Group IN 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505594

6 OUT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10-99

Group 7 IN OUT 595 1 596 2 597 3 598 4 599 5 600 6 601 7 602 8 603 9 604- 10-99 693

Group 8 IN OUT 694 1 695 2 696 3 697 4 698 5 699 6 700 7 701 8 702 9 703- 10-99 792

Address Conversion Table for AD/Sensormatic RS-422 Systems

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Symbols
#-ENTER 7

Numerics
33-PRESET 34-PRESET 80-PRESET 81-PRESET 82-PRESET 92-PRESET 93-PRESET 94-PRESET 95-PRESET 96-PRESET 97-PRESET 98-PRESET 99-PRESET 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35, 36 35 35 35 35

ack 37, 39 acknowledge 37 acknowledge alarm 39 adjusting AutoDome orientation 14 brightness 15 camera height 23 vertical position 15 Advanced Feature Setup menu 10, 22 camera height 23 virtual masking 23 AES 12 alarm relay 19 alarm rule 44 Alarm Setup menu 10, 18 AutoTrack 18 Aux Off 18 Aux On 18 input setup 18 inputs (1-7) 18 inputs (8-12) 18 motion detection 18 normally closed supervised contact 18 normally open dry contact 18 normally open supervised contact 18 Shot 18 alarm status 24 American Dyamics FastAddress 29 American Dynamics 29 audio cable 60 gain 61 line level 61 microphone 60, 61 quality 60, 61 auto focus 13 auto iris 13 auto iris level 13 Auto SensUP 12 autobaud 17, 33

A

AutoDome orientation 14 automatic white balance 11 AutoPan 49 autopan 14, 26 AutoPivot 14, 36, 39 AutoScan 14, 35 AutoSensUP maximum 12 AutoTrack 18, 19, 48 camera height 48 field of view recommendations 49 light conditions 49 mount recommendations 48 optimization 49 sensitivity 49 settings 48 with AutoPan 49 Aux Off 6 Aux Off command 18, 19 Aux On 6 Aux On command 18, 19 AWB hold 11 azimuth 15, 52 Azimuth Zero 14 azimuth zero 52

B
backlight compensation 11 baud rate 17 Bilinx 17 BIST 24 Bosch menu 36, 37 built-in self test 24

C
camera height 23 OSD 15 setup 36 camera height 48 Camera Setup menu 10, 38 AutoSensUp maximum 12 AWB hold 11 backlight compensation 11 color 12 crystal 11 extended ATW 11 gain control 11 indoor white balance 11 line lock 11 line lock delay 11 maximum gain level 11 night mode 12 outdoor white balance 11 pre-compensation 12 sharpness 11 shutter 12 synchronization menu 11 threshold 12 white balance 11 Command key 6
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command lock 36 Command Lock menu 37 commands #-ENTER 7 33-PRESET 35 34-PRESET 35 80-PRESET 35 81-PRESET 35 82-PRESET 35 92-PRESET 35 93-PRESET 35 94-PRESET 35 95-PRESET 35, 36 96-PRESET 35 97-PRESET 35 98-PRESET 35 99-PRESET 35 autopan 26 AutoScan 35 Aux Off 6, 18, 19 Aux On 6, 18, 19 clear 26 FastAddress 35 inactivity operation 28 keyboard 40 limit stops 35 OFF-90-ENTER 8, 28 ON-997-ENTER 7 ON-998-ENTER 7 ON-999-ENTER 7 ON-9-ENTER 28 Pelco 34 Pelco frame scan 35 PRESET 34 preset shot 26 preset tour 35 random scan 35 recording tours 28 Set 26 Set Shot 6 SET-100-ENTER 26 SET-802-ENTER 8 Shot 18, 26 Show Shot 6 store 26 synchronization mode 35 unlocked 26 user commands 26 zero pan 35 Communication Setup menu 10, 17 autobaud 17 baud rate 17 Bilinx 17 compass 15, 52 Configuration Tool for Imaging Devices 24 configuring alarms 10 camera height 23 rules 20 constant focus 13 constant iris 13 CTFID 24
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custom tour editing 27 setting dwell time 27 Tour Period menu 27 custom tour 2 27

D
defining command outputs 19 input commands 18 physical inputs 18 physical outputs 19 rules 20 diagnostics 24 Diagnostics menu 10, 23 alarm status 24 BIST 24 CTFID access 24 high temperature events 24 homing events 24 homing failed 24 internal temperature 24 low temperature events 24 low volt events 24 power up events 24 restart events 24 security access 24 video loss events 24 digital zoom 13 display adjust 15 Display Setup menu 10, 15 azimuth 15 camera OSD 15 compass 15 display adjust 15 Elevation 15 privacy masking 16 sector blanking 16 title OSD 15 displaying camera response information 15 sector titles 15 shot titles 15 software version 39 titles 15 dwell period 27 dwell time 14

E
editing custom tour 39 password 36, 39 presets 39 standard tour 39 Elevation 15 elevation 52 Enter key 6 extended ATW 11

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FastAddress 7, 29, 32, 35, 36, 39 setting with a Pelco Controller 32 setting with an American Dynamics Controller 29 with American Dynamic protocol 29 with Pelco protocol 29 FastAddress with Sensormatic protocol 29 focus speed 13 Function key 6 gain 11, 61 gain control maximum level 11

F

G

H
high temperature events 24 threshold 24 homing 5 events 24 failed 24

Lens Setup menu 10, 12 auto focus 13 auto iris 13 auto iris level 13 constant focus 13 constant iris 13 digital zoom 13 focus speed 13 iris speed 13 manual focus 13 manual iris 13 maximum zoom speed 13 spot focus 13 light conditions 49 limit stops 35, 36, 39 line level 61 line lock 11, 35 low temperature events 24 threshold 24 low volt events 24

I
image stabilization 51 inactivity 14 accessing 28 mode 28 operation 28 period 14 Inactivity Mode menu 28 indoor white balance 11 input commands 18 inputs (1-7) 18 inputs (8-12) 18 inputs setup 18 internal temperature 24 iris speed 13

M
Manchester 29 manual focus 13 iris 13 masking privacy 16 virtual 23 maximum zoom speed 13 menus Advanced Feature Setup 10, 22 Alarm Setup 18 Bosch 37 Camera Setup 10, 38 Command Lock 37 Communication Setup 17 Diagnostics 23 Display Setup 15 Inactivity Mode 28 Language 22 Lens Setup 12 Other 39 other 39 Outputs Setup 18 Pelco 29, 36 Setup 29 Pelco Setup 35 PTZ Setup 13, 38 Rule Setup 20 Setup 36, 37 Tour Period 27 microphone 60, 61 motion detection 18, 51

K
keyboard commands 40 #-ENTER 7 Aux Off 6, 18, 19 Aux On 6, 18, 19 Command key 6 Enter key 6 Function key 6 OFF-90-ENTER 8, 28 ON-997-ENTER 7 ON-998-ENTER 7 ON-999-ENTER 7 ON-9-ENTER 28 Set 26 Set Shot 6 SET-100-ENTER 26 SET-802-ENTER 8 Shot 26 Shot Shot 6

L

N
networking baud rate 17 night mode 12, 38 color 12 threshold 12 normally closed circuit 19
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normally closed supervised contact 18 normally open circuit 19 normally open dry contact 18 normally open supervised contact 18 OFF-90-ENTER 8, 28 ON-997-ENTER 7 ON-998-ENTER 7 ON-999-ENTER 7 ON-9-ENTER 28 on-screen display 9, 15, 19 OSD 9, 15, 19 outdoor white balance 11 outputs (1-3) 19 outputs (5-12) 19 Outputs Setup menu 18 alarm relay 19 AutoTrack 19 Aux Off 19 Aux On 19 normally closed circuit 19 normally open circuit 19 OSD 19 outputs (1-3) 19 outputs (5-12) 19 transmit 19

O

P
passwords changing 8 security level 8 special 8 peak gain 61 Pelco 29, 33, 36 Bosch 37 Command Lock 37 FastAddress 32 frame scan 35 keyboard commands 34 menus 29, 36 mode 33 night mode 38 PRESET command 34 protocol 33 PTZ Setup menu 36 random scan 35 Setup 36 Setup menu 35 software version 37, 39 white balance 38

Pelco keyboard commands 33-PRESET 35 34-PRESET 35 80-PRESET 35 81-PRESET 35 82-PRESET 35 92-PRESET 35 93-PRESET 35 94-PRESET 35 95-PRESET 35, 36 96-PRESET 35 97-PRESET 35 98-PRESET 35 99-PRESET 35 AutoScan 35 FastAddress 35 frame scan 35 limit stops 35 PRESET 34 preset tour 35 random scan 35 synchronization mode 35 zero pan 35 Pelco menu Camera Setup 38 Other 39 PTZ Setup 38 Setup 29 Pelco menus Other 39 Pelco Other menu ack 39 acknowledge alarm 39 FastAddress 39 password 39 reset alarm 39 Pelco protocol address guidelines 32 Pelco-D 33 Pelco-P 33 Pelco PTZ menu AutoPivot 39 PTZ Setup custom tour 39 Pelco PTZ Setup menu edit standard tour 39 limit stops 39 presets 39 recordings 39 scan speed 39 Pelco Setup menu ack alarm 37 Bosch menu 36 camera setup 36 command lock 36 FastAddress 36 password 36 reset alarm 37 Pelco-D 33 Pelco-P 33 physical inputs 18

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playback Recording A 28 Recording B 28 power up events 24 pre-compensation 12 Preposition Tour custom 27 freeze frame 14 standard 27 preset shot 26 preset tour 35 previous Aux 14 privacy masking 16, 50 protocol alternative 29 American Dynamics 29 Bilinx 17 Manchester 29 Pelco 33 Pelco-D 33 Pelco-P 33 RS-422 29 Sensormatic 29 PTZ fixed speed 14 setup 10, 36 PTZ Setup menu 13, 14, 38 AutoDome orientation 14 autopan 14 AutoPivot 14 AutoScan 14 Azimuth Zero 14 freeze frame on preposition 14 inactivity 14 inactivity period 14 previous Aux 14 PTZ fixed speed 14 scene 1 14 tilt up limit 14

rule alarm relay 21 Aux Off 21 Aux On 21 enabled 21 follows 21 input 21 OSD 21 output 21 Shot 21 status 20 transmit 21 rule (1-12) 20 rule input Shot 21 Rule Setup menu 20 rules 20 scan speed 36, 39 scene 1 14 sector blanking 16 security access 24 level 8 Sensormatic 29 SensUp 12 Set 6 Set command 26 Set Shot 6 SET-100-ENTER 26 SET-802-ENTER 8 settings AutoDome orientation 14 autopan 26 brightness 15 camera height 23 inactivity mode 28 passwords 8 Preposition Tour 27 preset shot 26 rules 20 sharpness 11 vertical position 15 Setup menu 9, 29, 35, 36, 37 Advanced Feature Setup 10 Alarms 10 Camera 10 Communication 10 Diagnostics 10 Display 10 Language 10 Lens 10 PTZ 10 sharpness 11 Shot 6 clear 26 Set 26 store 26 view 26 Show 6 Show Shot 6

S

R
record 39 tour 28 tour A 28 tour B 28 Recording A 28 playback 28 Recording B playback 28 region of interest 51 reset alarm 37, 39 restart events 24 RS-422 29

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shutter 12 shutter mode 12 software version 37 software version 39 spot focus 13 stabilization 51 standard tour setting dwell time 27 Tour Period menu 27 synchronization mode 11, 35

T
tilt up limit 14 titles brightness 15 OSD 15 vertical position 15 tour custom 39 periods 36, 39 preposition 27 preset 35 standard 39 stopping 27 tour 1 27 tour 2 27 Tour 1 period 14 Tour 2 period 14 Tour Period menu 27

U
user commands 26

V
video loss events 24 virtual masking 23, 50 voltage limit 24

W Z

white balance 11, 38 zero pan 35

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