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1 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor Series Dome Cameras

2 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Vicon Industries, Inc. CCTV Manufacturer for over 37 years. Headquarters located in Hauppauge, NY Publicly traded company. Symbol “VII” on the AMEX Systems Manufacturer Manufactures all equipment necessary for a complete CCTV system. Customer Service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 3 year “Beneficial Use” Warranty

3 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Technical Support VICON ( ) 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Eastern Time Monday through Friday , Extension 877 After Hours and Weekends or Holidays

4 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Other Numbers Websitehttp://www.vicon-cctv.com FTP Siteftp://ftp.vicon-cctv.com Parts Department , Ext 369 Service Department , Ext 384

5 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Web Site US Home Page

6 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Web Site US Home Page

7 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras FTP Site Main Screen

8 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras FTP Software Folder

9 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras FTP Site Sec 3 – Camera Domes

10 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras FTP S2000 Software Folder

11 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras FTP SVFT Software Folder

12 CCTV Systems Manufacturer Vicon Industries, Inc. Vicon Data Control

13 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications There are three major types of Serial Communication Standards

14 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications RS-232  Unbalanced Circuit (single conductor plus ground reference)  Short Distances (typically <50 feet)  Used in Low Noise Environments  Bi-Polar Signal (voltage levels swing + and -)  Point-to-Point Communications

15 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications RS-422  Balanced Circuit (two signal conductors plus ground reference)  Long Distances (typically ~4000 feet)  Excellent Noise Immunity  Signal Levels of 0.0 vdc and +5 vdc  Point-to-Point Communications

16 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications RS-485  Balanced Circuit (two signal conductors plus ground reference)  Long Distances (typically ~1000 feet)  Excellent Noise Immunity  Signal Levels of 0.0 vdc and +5 vdc  Multidrop Communications (Typically 32 Nodes)

17 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Within each standard, there are communications types

18 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Simplex This is a uni-directional form of communications. Duplex This is a bi-directional form of communications.

19 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Within the Duplex mode are two further sub-divisions: Full Duplex – - This mode permits simultaneous bi-directional communications. Half-Duplex – - This mode is bi-directional also, but only one direction at a time.

20 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Vicon uses both Simplex and Half-Duplex Communications Keypads must use Half-Duplex. Receiver-Drivers and Dome Cameras can use either Simplex or Half-Duplex

21 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Data Signal Names used by Vicon are Command and Response. Command – this signal is generated by a CPU and is sent to a peripheral device, either a Keypad or a Camera Receiver-Driver. Response – This signal is generated by a peripheral device and sent to the CPU as an answer to a Command from the CPU.

22 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications To comply with the RS422 balanced circuit, there is a Positive (+) and Negative (-) side of the signal. Vicon uses the terminology “Command +” and “Command –”, as well as “Response +” and “Response –”.

23 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Starting at the CPU, the signal lines would be called Command Out + and Command Out -. They will connect to the peripheral device to Command In + and Command In -, respectively. At the peripheral device, the signal lines would be called Response Out + and Response Out -. They will connect back to the CPU to Response In + and Response In -, respectively.

24 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Connection Rules: Command always connects to Command Response always connects to Response + signals always connect to + signals - signals always connect to – signals Inputs connect to Outputs Outputs connect to Inputs

25 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Some types of equipment, fiber optic modules for instance, use connection terms such as Data In + or Data Out +. In these cases, Data Out + would be the same as Command Out + or Response Out + (depending on the direction of signal flow).

26 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Data Cabling For data wiring of peripheral devices, Vicon recommends the use of a dual-pair, twisted, individually shielded wire meeting the specifications of one of the cable types listed below: Belden™ 8723 West-Penn Wire ™ D510 Alpha Wire ™ 2466C Note: these part numbers are for PVC jacketed wire. Check manufacturer’s catalog for Plenum versions if local codes dictate.

27 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Data Communications Questions?

28 CCTV Systems Manufacturer Vicon Industries, Inc. Surveyor 2000 Surveyor VFT Dome Cameras

29 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 1. Models

30 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor Models Model Numbering Scheme S2000 – R W 23 Camera Series Type Use Lens Type

31 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor Models Model Numbering Scheme Camera Series:S2000 (earlier series) SVFT (current series) Type:M (Monochrome) C (Color) R (Day-Night

32 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor 2000 Models Model Numbering Scheme UseC (Indoor Ceiling Mount) P (Indoor Pendant Mount) W (Outdoor) Lens Type18 X 22 X 23 X

33 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor 2000 Models Models S2000-CC22Indoor/In-Ceiling, S2000-CP22Indoor/Pendant, S2000-CW22Outdoor S2000-RC23Indoor/In-Ceiling, Day-Night S2000-RP23Indoor/In-Ceiling, Day-Night S2000-RW23Outdoor, Day-Night S2000-RW-PRIndoor-Outdoor Pressurized

34 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Models Models (all Color Cameras) SVFT-C22Indoor/In-Ceiling SVFT-P22Indoor/Pendant S2000-W22Outdoor S2000-C23Indoor/In-Ceiling, Day-Night S2000-P23Indoor/In-Ceiling, Day-Night S2000-W23Outdoor, Day-Night S2000-PR-23Indoor-Outdoor Pressurized

35 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Similarities S2000SVFT

36 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Similarities Externally, it is difficult to distinguish between the two models.

37 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Similarities Software between the two is almost identical from the user and programmer standpoints.

38 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Differences Mechanically, the drive mechanisms and housings are totally different. The SVFT drive assembly cannot be installed in an S2000 housing and the same is true that the S2000 drive assembly cannot be installed in an SVFT housing.

39 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Differences S2000 SVFT

40 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Differences (S2000) Connections are made directly to the Drive Assembly PCB

41 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Differences (SVFT) Connections are made directly to the PCB located in the housing.

42 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

43 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 2. Installation

44 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation

45 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT-UWM Universal Wall Mount

46 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT-WM Wall Mount

47 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT-UPM Universal Parapet Mount

48 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT-URM Universal Roof Mount

49 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation S2000 Interconnect Board TB3 Comm In J3 Comm In S2 Communications Settings S1 Camera Address J1 Video Output J2 Alarm Inputs J1 24VAC Power

50 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation S2000 Dipswitches S2 Communications Type S1 Camera Address

51 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation The Customer Interface Board pivots for access to the rear side. It can also be removed from the housing without tools. SVFT Interconnect PCB

52 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT Interconnect PCB

53 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation Power Connector TB1 Alarm Point Connector TB2 Data Control & Output Relay Connector TB3 Video Connector J1

54 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation End-of-Line Jumpers U11 Memory Chip F2 2.5A Heater Fuse F1 1.6A Receiver Fuse Thermostat

55 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SW1 Address SW2 Communications & Protocols

56 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Installation SVFT Programming Label

57 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Fan/Heater Assembly is removable. Indoor/Outdoor chassis’ are the same. One can be swapped for the other by moving the fan/heater assembly.

58 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT 24 VAC Power Cable Distance - Feet Indoor Outdoor Wire Gauge Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet 20375’250’215’165’ 18586’391’336’258’ 16938’625’538’413’ ’1000’860’660’ ’1563’1344’1031’

59 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT 28 VAC Power Cable Distance - Feet Indoor Outdoor Wire Gauge Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet 20625’415’350’280’ 18977’648’547’438’ ’1038’1250’700’ ’1660’2006’1120’ ’2594’3125’1750’

60 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras SVFT-PR Pressurized Housing 24VAC 28VAC Wire Gauge Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet Coax, Fiber, UTPViconNet 2065’50’110’100’ 18101’84’172’156’ 16163’150’275’250’ 14260’240’440’400’ 12406’375’688’625’

61 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

62 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 3. Specifications

63 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Specs Specifications (SVFT-PR23, NTSC) Pan Speed0.1 to 360 deg/sec Tilt Speed0.15 to 150 deg/sec Horizontal Resolution470 TVL Sensitivity fc ( IRE, f1.6, auto ¼ sec

64 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Specs Specifications (SVFT-PR23, NTSC) Lens3.6mm to 82.8mm Maximum Aperturef/1.6 Optical Zoom23 X Digital Zoom8 X Total Zoom276 X

65 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Specs Environmental Conditions Indoor Units32º to 132º F Outdoor Units-29º to 165º F (in accordance with NEMA STD 2) HumidityOutdoor, 100% relative, Non-condensing Rain/WindUp to winds up to 90 mph (mounted on standard Vicon wall mount)

66 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 4. Features

67 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Latest generation of Surveyor Domes. Complete re-design; not a re-branding. Surveyor VFT

68 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT

69 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Surveyor VFT Pressurized Housing Impact Resistant Housing

70 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Choice of four transmission options Standard version Coaxial/RS422/485 V – optionViconnet TCP/IP F – optionFiber Optic T – optionTwisted Pair Choose a single option, as they can not be mixed. “ V, F, & T options available spring 2004”

71 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras The Four options

72 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New Mechanical features New housing & bracket for better weather resistance. Snap-in installation, quick & easy. Smoother operation in slow speed tracking, and high speed. 0.1° to 360° Pan 0.1° to 150° Tilt. Cool running motors.

73 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New electronic features Multiple protocol selection via dip-switch Azimuth & Compass headings Auto Flip (Camera inversion) (only on Day Night version)

74 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New electronic features On-board memory now resident in the Housing. Complete set up memory maintained during removal of mechanism. Memory is maintained indefinitely while powered down On-board clock maintains time & date for approximately one week without power.

75 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New electronic features Multiple protocol selection via dip-switch. On-board protocols for: Vicon, Pelco, Sensormatic/AD, Ultrak, Philips, Kalatel, Cohu and Panasonic Can be ordered with NTCIP Protocol or flash upgraded in the field.

76 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New electronic features Azimuth & Compass headings. Pan direction and angle of tilt can now be presented on screen i.e.: Pan compass = N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW Tilt azimuth = -3° (top) to 92° (down)

77 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New enhanced features Video motion detection (Day/Night model only) 16 privacy masks (All models) Freeze function on tours (All models) Italian language added (German removed) Video motion detection (Day Night model only) Motion detection can now trigger pre-sets and tours.

78 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New enhanced features 16 dynamic privacy masks (All models). 12 additional privacy zones have been added to meet with customer requirements. Zones can be defined anywhere – not limited by sectors.

79 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New enhanced features Freeze function on tours (All models). Optionally, image will now freeze prior to movements in tours, overcoming blurred images. This has the added advantage on reducing storage file size on digital recordings for Pan & Tilts.

80 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras New enhanced features Italian language added (German removed) Italian language was considered to be of higher priority requirement.

81 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Standard Features 79 Presets 8 – 32 Step Tours 2 – 256 Event Autotours 4 AutoPan Speeds (0.1 to 42 deg/sec) 4 Dry Contact Alarm Inputs, Individually Programmable 1 Relay Output 30VDC) Flash Upgradeable Software

82 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Standard Features On-Screen Titling Capabilities 1 Camera Title 79 Preset Titles 16 Sector Titles 4 Alarm Titles Time & Date Selectable Positions 3 Text Sizes for top two lines Fade Capability

83 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

84 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 5. Operation

85 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up

86 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up

87 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up

88 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up

89 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up

90 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up AutoBaud Detect

91 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up AutoBaud Detect

92 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Initial Power Up AutoBaud Detect

93 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Operation Typical PTZ Commands Pan Tilt Zoom Control Auto Iris with Manual Override Auto Focus with Manual Override Auxiliary Relay Control

94 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

95 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 6. Direct Control

96 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Direct Control Direct Control is a computer program that permits controlling a Vicon Receiver-Driver or dome camera from any computer. All functions of the Surveyor may be operated with Direct Control. The only additional requirement is an RS232-RS422 converter.

97 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Direct Control RS232-RS422 Converter Vicon Part Number BlackBox Corporation™ IC473A-F

98 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Direct Control Demonstration of Direct Control

99 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

100 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 7. Flash Upgrade

101 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Flash Upgrade Flash Upgrade is a utility program that permits upgrading the Surveyor software revision in the field. The only additional requirement is an RS232- RS422 converter.

102 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Flash Upgrade Demonstration of Flash Upgrade

103 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

104 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 8. Maintenance

105 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Maintenance

106 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Maintenance The Surveyor series cameras do not require periodic maintenance with the exception that the lower domes may need occasional cleaning.

107 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Maintenance Always handle the lower dome by the edges and avoid touching the inside surfaces. If dust or dirt accumulates on the inside of the dome, remove it with dry, compressed air. Always use non-abrasive cleaners and cleaning cloths. Cleaners should be suitable for acrylic plastic.

108 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 9. Programming

109 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Programming Commands PP Presets Fixed positions stored in memory PP 80 – Step Tours Point-to-point sequences May include a number of commands Can be activated manually or automatically PP 88 & 89 Autotours Sequences that playback a previously recorded sequence of events

110 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Programming Commands – S2000 PP90 Pan-Tilt Lock PP91 Diagnostic Tour PP92 Diagnostic Screen PP93 Set Manual Pan Limits PP94 Enter Menu Setup Mode PP95 Reset AutoBaud Detect Feature PP96 Program Sectors PP97 Initiate Dome Reset PP98 Set AutoPan Left Limit Stop PP99 Set AutoPan Right Limit Stop

111 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Programming Commands - SVFT PP90 Pan-Tilt Lock PP91 Diagnostic Tour PP92 Diagnostic Screen PP93 Set Response Line Polarity (duplex only) PP94 Enter Menu Setup Mode PP95 Reset AutoBaud Detect Feature PP96 Program Sectors PP97 Initiate Dome Reset PP98 Set AutoPan Left & Right Limit Stops PP99 Set Manual Pan Limits

112 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands The 90-series of commands can only be initiated in the Program mode. A 90-series command, in the Run mode, will be ignored.

113 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP90 When issued, this command will lock out all pan and tilt commands from the controlling device and ‘freeze’ the camera in its present position. If an attempt is made to pan or tilt the camera, an on-screen message is momentarily displayed. Lens zoom and focus function will still work. Alarms and scheduled actions will over-ride the lockout.

114 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP91 This is a diagnostic command. Activating this command causes the camera to run through a programmed set of commands, i.e., Pan Left, Pan Right, Tilt Up, Tilt Down, Zoom In, Zoom Out. The pattern will run continuously until halted by sending another PP91.

115 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP92 This is a diagnostic command. It indicates various settings that correlate to camera pan, tilt, and zoom positions. This diagnostic screen can be monitored while sending commands to see if the camera is reacting correctly. The diagnostic is cancelled by sending another PP92.

116 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP93 This will reverse the Response Signal Polarity (SVFT only). It is used when a dome’s Response communications lines have been mis-wired. The first PP93 will reverse Response polarity and a subsequent PP93 will toggle the polarity back.

117 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP94 This command displays the main Programming Menu. With the menu displayed, the following apply: A/PThis key will open a submenu. After changing a menu selection, it will save any changes that have been made and exit that particular submenu. A/IThis key will exit a menu or submenu without making or saving any changes. JoystickUp-Down navigates menu items Left-Right selects options

118 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP94 Main Menu

119 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP94 Programming Tip: When in the program menu, pressing L-SPD (lens speed) on the keypad will darken the background to permit a better view of the menu screens.

120 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP95 This command resets the camera’s baud detect feature. It is used if the camera must be set to another baud rate.

121 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP96 This command is used to program dome sectors. There are 16 sectors that can be set. Using the joystick and the A/P button, sector limits can be set. Once Sectors have been set, the video can be blanked for any sectors.

122 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP97 This command is used to initiate a reset of the camera without changing any parameters. It is similar to a warm boot of a computer.

123 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP98 This command is used to set left and right limit stops for the AutoPan mode. Aux2 sets the left AutoPan limit stop. Aux3 sets the right AutoPan limit stop. Setting both limit stops to the same position clears the AutoPan limits.

124 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras 90-series Commands PP99 This command is used to set left and right limit stops for the manual pan mode (PP93 for the S2000). Aux2 sets the left Pan limit stop. Aux3 sets the right Pan limit stop. Setting both limit stops to the same position clears the manual Pan limits.

125 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Questions ?

126 Surveyor Series Dome Cameras Programming Programming Demonstration


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