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SS-485P Pan & Tilt

Setup and Installation Manual


September 1997
Software Version 3.5

Distributed By
Hitachi Denshi America Ltd.
150 Crossways Park Drive
Woodbury, NY 11797
516-921-7200

MANUFACTURED By
Manufactured By
WESTLAKE
WestlakeTECHNICAL PRODUCTS
Technical Products
dddErwin Ranch Road
2821
BIGBig
BEAR CA92314
BearLAKE,
City,
Ca 92315
818-481-2590
818-481-2590
mragsdale@queueline.com
MRAGSDALE@auEuELlNE.COM
Please Read First!

The Warranty Period provided for all SS485P Pan & Tilts manufactured by
Westlake Technical Products and sold by Hitachi Oenshi has expired!
The last production run of this product was late in 2002. This makes
the newest of these units at least Ten (10) years old and the first units
almost twice that old.

There are over 2,350 SS485P Pan & Tilts in service some where in the
world. Not much ever breaks or wears out. Sometimes a belt comes
loose or motor contacts need to be cleaned because of lack of use. This
is usally fixed by just running it back and forth to clean the contacts.
With occasional preventative maintenance, a little oil and cleaning
these units should continue to provide their owners reliable service for
many, many more years.

One thing must be considered - Microcontroller Backup Battery Oepletion:


The OS5000 Microcontroller manufactured by Oallas Semiconductor was
used to control the SS485P. This component is a highly Integrated Circuit
( IC ) which is so reliable we have delivered it in over Ten Thousand
Industrial, Commercial, and Consumer products which are in use all over
the world. The OS5000 Microcontroller's Application Software, Setup
Parameter, and Preset Location Memory are stored inside the OS5000 and
protected by a Lithium Battery which is inside the Microcontroller itself.
The Rated Battery Life by the manufacturer is Ten (10) Years.

As of this writing, all SS485P Pan & Tilts are older than Ten (10) Years.
To assure you will not loose any Application Software or Setup
Parameters because of a Depleted Battery the 056000 should be replaced.
If you wish to do this yourself, you can download the instructions, the
application software and even purchase the OS5000 on our web site at:

http://www.westlaketechnical.com/SS485P

If you wish to purchase a new OS5000 with the Application Software


already loaded and tested you can also make this purchase on our web
site. We will include instructions on how to replace the Microcontroller.
You can also send the unit to us for this or any required service work ...

Service Parts and Product Service Support can be obtained from:


Westlake Technical Products I westlaketechnical.com
2821 Erwin Ranch Road, PO Box 254, Big Bear City, CA 82314
(818) 481-2590 - mragsdale@queueline.com
Table of Contents
SECTION PAGE

Specifications .. . ................ ... ... ... .. . . .. .. ................................. .. ..... .. ...........4


Standard Composition .......... . ........ .... . . .. . .. . . . ... .. .. ... .. . ... .. .. .. .... . ........ . .... .. ... .. 4
Acce sories ................... . ........ . ..... .. ... ....... . ....... .. . . ... ........ . . . .. .. .... ..... .... ..4
Mechanical Drawing .. ......... .. . ..... .... ... .. . . . ...... .... ........... .... .... . .. .... .. ............ 4

Connector Identification .. ... ...... ... .......... . .... ... . . . . . . ... ................................ . . ..5
Block Diagram ......... ............. . . ..... .. ... . . .. ......... ... ... . . .... ....................... ...... 5

1. Precautions ......... ... ...... .... .. ... . . . .... .... . . ... .... ... .. . ... .............. ... . ... ........ . .. 0
2. System Requir6ments ... ... . .. .... . .. . ... ... ... . ...... . ... .. .. .. .... ..... . ..... .............. . .... 6
3. Power Requirements . .... ... ........... ....... .. ..... ... . . ...... .... .. ... .. . ... . . ..... . ........... 6

4. Warranty .. . ... .... ................................. . . .. . . ... .. ............... ......... ............ 7


5. Installation ............ . .... ... . .. .... .. ..... .... ... .. .... . . . .......... ... . ... . ... ........ . .. . ...... 7
6. Camera Mounting ............. .. . .......... .... .... . . . . ... ... ..... .. . . ..................... . ...... 8

7. Control Mod~s ..... .... .. .. . ..... . . ..... . ... ....... .. .. .. . ..... ... ..... . ........... ........... ...... 8
A. Serial . ............... .... .... ... . . .. ......... . ............. ... ... ................ ......... . . .... 9
B . S witch Contact. .. .. . .... ... ........ ...... .. .. . ..... . ......................................... 11

8. Requ ired Service .. .. ... .. .. .... ... .. ............ ... .. . .......... .... .... . .................. .... ... 11
9. Service Acces ... ....... . .............................................................. ... ..... . . 12

10. Lens Setup and Control. .. ...... . ............... . ................. .. ............................ 12


Bayonet Lenses ............. . ................ . .. .. .. .............. ............ .............. 12
C-Mouot MEA I PZF Types .............. .. ......... .... .. . .. .. .. . . .. .. .. ..... .. . .. . .. ... 13
Fujinon SNPY Types .... ... .. ... ... .. ... ....... .... . .. .. . ................................. 13
Fujinon AMSRll Types .... ....... . ..... .................. .. .............................. 13

11. End Stops and Manual Speed Setup ....... .............. .... ................................. 14
End Stops ............ .. . .. . ... ... .... ..... ....... . . . .................... . .... .... ... .. ....... 15
Manual Motion Speeds .. ...... .. . ..... ..... . . .. .. ........... .... ... ..... . ..... . ........ ... 15
Serial Cgmmand Protoco1. . . . . ... ................................................... ...... 15

12. Function Setup and Optjons Jumpel!s ........................... ..... .... ......... ........ ... 16

13. Serial Communicatjons Commands and Protocol Programming .... . ................... 18

14. Troubleshooting . . .. ............................ .. .... .. .... . ................................... 22


Motor test. ... . ... ...... .. . . ... .. .... . ... .. .... . ...... . ............. '" ........ .............. 22
Factory Presets .................. ... .... ... ............. ... ... .. " ..........................22
Software Version .. .............. ... . ......... . ....................... . ..................... 22

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Checks .. ...... .. .. .. ...... ..... ........ . . ......... ... .. . ........ .. ...... .............. . ...... 22
Control Trouble .. . ........................ . ...... ....... . ... .......... ........... .. ...... ..22
PC Control ............ .. .. .. ...... . ... ... ..... . ................ .. ............ . .. .... ....... 22

15. Lens Control Voltage .... ... .................... . ............................. .. .. ..... .... . .. 24

16. Control and Lens Adapter Cable Schematics ................ ..... .......... .. ...... . . . .. .. 25
RS-232 Communications Wiring ............. .... .. .. . ... ... ..................... ....... 26
DC-485P to SS-485P Cable Wiring .. ... ...... .... ... . . .. . . .. . ...... . .. . ...... . ..... . ... 27
Bayonet Lens Cable Wiring ....... ...... ... .. .......... .. ................ ... ..... ... .. ... 28
Canon PH10X8.5B RGE PZF Lens Wiring ...... . . .. .... .... .... ...... .. ..... .... . .... 29
C-Mount MEA / PZF Lens Wiring ...... . .... .. ....... .. . ............................... 30
Kowa TV Zoom Lens Wiring ...... .... .. .. . . .... .. . .......... . ...... ..... .. . . ..... ... ... 31
Fujinon SNPY 21 Lens Wiring . .. .. . .. ............................ . ....... . . . .......... . 32
Fujinon SNPY 41 Lens Wiring . .. . ... .. ........ ..... ........... .. .... ..... ... ........... 33
Fujinon AMSR11 Lens Wiring ........................... ... ....................... ..... 34

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SS-485P Sj!ecifications Standard Composition
Input Voltage 24 V AC center tapped 1 - SS-485P Pan / Tilt
Pan Range 180 degrees 1 - CP-l 050 5 pin DIN power connector
Tilt Range ± 45 degrees I - Setup / control software disc - 3.5 inch floppy
Max. Pan Speed 25 degrees / second 1 - Operation manual
Max. Tilt Speed 30 degtees / seconcl 1 - Bag of jumpers for Lens Selection
Resolution ± 7.5 arc minutes
Camera Power 12 VDC lA max. Major Accessories
Lens Power 6 VDC or 12 VDC DC-485P Digital Controller
Load rating 11 pounds 24APCT -1 24 VAC center tapped power supply
Environment Indoor 24APCT-5 power supply for up to 5 pan / tilt units
Shipping Weight 9 pounds PT-SM wall mount for SS-485P
PT-SPM-66 inch pedestal (ceiling) mount for SS-485P
Lens adapter cables
CA485-SNPY 21 for Fujinoo SNPY 21 lenses
CA485-SNPY 41 for Fujinon SNPY 41 lenses
CA485-AMSR for Fujimm AMSR lenses
CA-485-BAY for bayonet mount lenses
Suggested DC Power Cable
Manufacturer Type Gauge Maximum Length
Alpha CM1898/3C 18 100 feet
Belden SJ-19129 18 100 feet
Alpha CM189W3C 16 200 feet
Belden SJ-19130 16 200 feet

DimensIons:

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SS-48SP Connector and Operation Identifications

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5 pin DIN Conneclor 2!-V Inw.


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$S48SP Front View

Block Diagram
Control Cable:---,

RS-232 or RS-485
serial control cable~
,--....:...---
- - Camera Power

DC-485P or
PC with software or
AMXor
Crestron
24APCT-lor
24APCr-5

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1. PRECAUTIONS

Improper connections or settings may cause damage to the SS-485P, the


camera or the lens. Please read the instruction manual before power is
connected to the unit. Check the positions of the internal jumpers, to make sure
they match your system components. Install the lens selection jumpers, according
to the type of lens being used. Failure to properly install the jumpers, may cause
damage to the unit, and void the warranty. To avoid failure, never connect or
disconnect any of the control or camera power cables with the power on.

Manual Axis Movement


The pan and lilt mechanics should not be moved BY HAND. The unit should only be
operated under power. If an installer needs to move one of the motion channels, the local
manual control lines can be used on the DB25 connector, ( see Section 7B ), or the serial
control by PC or selected controller can be used to position the motion channel.

2. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

1. SS485P Pan / Tilt Head


2. Controller ( DC-485P, PC, AMX, Crestron, etc. )
3. Camera
4. Teleconference type lens with potentiometers
5. Power supply (Two types available from Hitachi Denshi )
6. Lens and camera power interface cable ( Several types available from Hitachi Denshi )
7. System power cable (made by the installer, connector supplied with SS485P)
8. Control Cable ( DB25 connector supplied with SS485P, connector for DC-485P
supplied with the unit. )
9. Auto Iris C-Mount lenses require a separate auto iris cable.

3. POWER REQUIREMENTS

The pan and tilt requires 24V AC which is center tapped. Power to the unit must be
provided with a three wire connection as follows.

Pin 1 - Ground - Center Tap


Pin 2 - No Connection
Pin 3 - No Connection 1
Pin 4 - 12 VAC ( So!der cup vi ew )
Pin 5 - 12 VAC CONNECTOR AVAILABLE FROM:
WESTLAKE TECHNICAL PRODUCTS
2 818-481-2591
(24VAC is measured between pins 4 & S.) MRAGSDALE@auEuELlNE.COM

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The solder pins inside the 5 pin DIN power connector supplied with the SS-485P are not Iwge
enough for wire sizes greater than #16. For long wire runs, in excess of 200 feet, it is
recommended to use larger wires, such as #14 or #12, and splice the large wiFe down to a cable
which is attached to the connector.

Power Supply
A separate 24VAC center tapped power supply (transformer) capable of delivering sufficient
current for the system is required. Power is input through a 5 pin DIN connector. See
POWER REQUIREMENl'S, for pr0per wire connections. Two power supplies are available
from IDTACHI, depending on system requiliements. The 24APCT-l will power one SS-
485P, or the 24APCT-5 which will power 5 SS-485P's. For suitability of power supply with
other system components, contact the local HITACID office.

4. WARRANTY

THE WARRANTY PERIOD FOR ALL SS485 PAN & TILTS MANUFACTURED BY
WESTLAKE TECHNICAL PRODUCTS AND SOLD BY HITACHI DENSHI HAS EXPIRED!

SERVICE PARTS AND PRODUCT SERVICE SUPPORT CAN BE OBTAINED FROM:

WESTLAKE TECHNICAL PRODUCTS / WESTLAKETECHNICAL.COM


505 ECHO LANE / BIG BEAR LAKE, CA 92315
(818) 481-2590 - MRAGSDALE@auEuELlNE.COM

5. PAN & TILT INSTALLATION


Packing Materials
When possible retain the 0figinal packing b0x in which the unit was delivered from
the factory. This container, and the internal foam inserts have @een designed to
protect the unit during shipping.

Mounting
1. The Pan and Tilt may be installed in a horizontal plane either righ~ side up or
up side down. When the unit is mounted up side down the m0tion controls can
be swapped by changing jumpers inside the control electronics housing. The unit may
also be mounted on a vertical surface for viewing horizontal surfaces such as
table tops, etc. ( with limited movement ).

2. Mechanical: Four 114 -20 Mounting screw holes are evenly spaced on a 3.5" circle.
Refer to the mechanical drawing on page 4.

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6. CAMERA MOUNTING

The tih table has slots provided to accomm0date the mounting of different camera / lens
combinations in many locations. Slots are provided in the table, and are 1/.1 inch wide to
accommodate a t.4 - 20 screw. It may be easier to mount the camera with the tilt table tilted up or
down which will give more room for your fingers to start the mounting screw.

NOTE: DO NOT A1TEMPT TO MOVE THE TILT TABLE OR PAN AXIS BY


HAND, OR DAMAGE MAY OCCUR.

Use Serial or Switch Contact Motion Control to position the pan and tilt only. The pan and tilt
mechanics should not be moved manually. The unit should only be operated under power. If an
installer needs to move one of the motion channels the local manual control lines can be used on
the DB25 connector. See the section on Switch Contact - Manual Motion, ( Section 7B ).

Balance
The balance of the load should be placed such that the load is somewhat balanced in the center of
the travel. Some experimentation may be required to find the best balance for the lens / camera
combination. Cable weight must be taken into consideration when determining proper balance of
the load. For proper operation, provide strain relief for the cables, and allow sufficient cable to
permit the full range of motion required.

Mechanical Height
Some consideration should be made to the overall height of the camera / lens combination. If
absolute height is required to be at a minimum, center the load to achieve the minimum height at
the extremes. If this results in an unbalanced condition, performance may be affected. The unit
may run at labored speeds during manual movements. When the unit is sent to a preset position,
the motors may run labored but significantly faster.

Maximum Weight
1be actual total weight which the unit will handle varies with where the weight is located.
Generally, if the center of gravity of the camera and lens is placed at center of the Tilt Table, the
pan and tilt will move large loads up to 11 pounds if the load height is not very tall.

Manual Motion - Performance


1be unit is limited mostly when lifting large loads in the manual motion mode ( not going to a
preset ) from fully down or up. This is caused because the motors are pulse width modulated with
small pulses toause slower motion. When the speed is set to quite slow settings, the motors are
not as capable of moving large loads. If you will be moving a camera / lens load mostly between
a fuDy down to horizontal position. try mounting the load far back to move the center of gravity
back.

7. CONTROL MODES

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of operation is used to replace existing equipment, or for special applications.

A. Serial - Motion Control


1. Serial Mode Selection
To select the "Serial- Control Mode" make the following connection on the OB25
connector on the back of the motor electronics chassis.
Pin I ( with respect to ground)
=
No connection (open) "Serial Motion Control"

When this pin is left open ( No Connection ), an internal pull up resistor keeps this pin at
+5VDC with respect to ground. This tells the controller you want to send commands only
on the serial control channel.
When this pin is pulled low to ground the pan and tilt will only respond to Switch Contact
Motion Control inputs on the DB25. (See Section 7B ).

SS-485P Motor I Electronics


Chassis
Rear view
Option Connector: For serial
camera control data.

OBIS connector for Lens


control and camera power

OB25 connector for


remote control. RS232,
RS485, or switch contact

RS485 termination switch


( Termination is "ON" when the'-;;;;~~n-­
the left Shown with tennination "OW' )

Serial address switches _ - - - - - -


( Address is selected when the switch is to the
right Shown with address "I" selected. )

2. Wiring connections for serial control


The followiag coonections to the DB25 connector on the back of the motor /

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Pin 3 - RxData Receive Data ( from your computer's send line ).
Pin 7 - Ground (from your computer's s rial data ground reference).
b. Two wire RS-485 (0825 connector wiring)
Pin 2 - RS485 Line B ( from your control com put r)
Pin 3 - RS485 Line A ( from your control oomputer )

3. Serial Line Termination's


8. RS-232 Line Termination
RS-232 is a single device to host serial link whi h do s no\. require individual
line termination.
b. RS-485 Line Termination
RS-485 is a multi drop, ( daisy chain ), serial communication link which mu t b
terminated at each end with a resistor. The Plln and tilt wired on the end of the able
should be terminated. Under the DB25 connector on the Motor I Electronics hassis
is a five position dip switch. The number one ( I ) position on this dip swi tch is
provided to switch in and out a line termination resistor. When multiple units are
connected in a daisy chain setup, it is only necessary to terminate the last unit in th"
chain.

4. Serial Address
Under the DB25 connector on the rear of the Motor I Electronic chassis is a fi ve
position DIP switch. Positions two through liv > are used to select the serial addr ss
that the unit will answer to. Up to sixteen uddres, es may be chosen.

5. RS-232 & RS-485 Connections


a. Serial RS-232 communication
This is the factory default setting!

b. Serial RS-485 communications


To select serial RS-485 or to change back to RS-232 onununications you must first
see "Service Access" in Section 9, for directions to access the interior of the unit,
and then continue below.

6. In order to change between RS-232 and RS-485 serial modes of operation, it is necessary to
change the interface IC. Having opened the motor I electronics chassis and swinging do\ n
the hinged side panel, you can access most of the options on the proce sor and power
supply p.c. boards. The two IC Sockets which hold the serial interface fe's are located on
the bottom ( underneath the power supply board) p.c. board. Just behind the "Serial
Address" select dip switch on the side panel you hould see twalC sockets which are
labeled along the edge of the p.c. board "RS-232 and RS485". One of the IC sockets will
be empty. depending on the current mode of operation. The following describes which chip
must be plugged into it's socket for the desired protocol:

~~i~":U2Communications· install the 16 Pin MC14S406IC in the 16 pin ocket provided .


.k:<~~.~IUCorDDIlUDilcation.- install the 8 Pin SN7S1768 IC in the 8 pin socket provided.

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Take care to unplug the IC you are not using and plug it into the foam provided on
top of
the OB-l 5 connector. A small screw driver or knife blade will help you in removal.
Plugging in the chip which you need requires a little patience. Be sure to put the pin I end.
of the IC which you are inserting. facing inward toward the center of the p.c. board. The IC
has a mark indicating pin I.This completes the interface selection process.

B. Switch Contact - Motion Control


1. Communication Mode Selection
To select the "Switch Contact - Control Mode" make the following connection on the DB25
connector on the back of the motor electronics chassis.

Pin 1 ( with respect to ground) Connected to ground. When this pin is pulled low to ground. the
pan and tilt will only respond to Switch Contact Motion Control inputs on the DB25.

2. Wiring Connections
r The following connections to the DB25 connector on the back of the motor / electronics chassis apply
to Switch Contact - Motion Control.

I. Pin 20 - Pan Left


2. Pin 8 - Pan Right
3. Pin 21 - Tilt Up
4. Pin 9 - Tilt Down
5. Pin 22 - Zoom In
6. Pin 10 - Zoom Out
7. Pin 23 - Focus Near
8. Pin II - Focus Far
9. Pin 19 - Ground ( Common)
10. Pin 16 - Iris Open - not used
II . Pin 4 - Iris Close - not used

To cause a motion channel to become active. take anyone of the control lines to ground with
a switch or relay contact. As long as the motion channel control line is held low ( grounded)
the motion channel will remain active. When the channel reaches it's programmed end stop
the channel will stop. When the line is released the channel will also stop.

REQUIRED SERVICE
ltepJar Maintenance iarequired for trouble free operation. The unit has oil impregnated
IWrjap and sbould not require oiling for the first year or two depending on use. A light
.• Clailile oil C8Il be UIeCl the back of the motor bearings and at each bearing connection.
~ f'W' Ibaft ....... 1bouI6 alIo have a couple of drops of light machine oil yearly.
~_ _d ditt IIIIl ptme should be removed from all moving surfaces. A small brush will
fljlglJ.yI dirt. For grease or other type deposits. soap or a suitable

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9. SERVICE ACCESS

To access the "Motor I Electronics Chassis" for service or to change Option Jumpers the side
panel on the motor I control chassis must be opened. This is done be removing the three #4-40
screws around the top edge using a Philips screw driver.

CAUTION - DO NOT REMOVE THE TWO SCREWS WHICH


SECURE THE BOTTOM HINGE! ( or it will be necessary to readjust
the door alignment)

The side panel is hinged and will swing out and down, moving a little more than 90 degrees,
allowing easy access to the interior switches and circuit boards. Once the three screws are
removed, if the side panel will not swing down easily, a flat blade screw driver or pocket knife
inserted into the top edge may be used to help get it started. The chassis is fitted tight so to
reduce vibration, and because the paint is rough, it may not want to move. There is nothing
inside that should prevent the side panel from swinging out at the top and downwards.

10. LENS SETUP & CONTROL


To access lens control and option jumpers see "Service Access" in Section 9, and then
continue below.

The following lens selection, control, and options are accessed inside the pan and tilt "Motor /
Electronics Chassis." The unit as shipped from the factory, has no lens selection jumpers
installed. It is necessary to install the jumpers according to the type of lens being used. The
lens type selection jumpers are shipped in a separate plastic bag, the selection jumper posts are
located just behind the Lens / Camera power connector ( OB- 15 ), inside the unit. For access
to the inside of the unit, see "Service Access" in Section 9. A chart showing the
location of the jumpers for various type lenses can be found in Section 14. A board layout
showing the location of the various jumpers can be found on page 16.

Lens Selection
Several Lens / Camera c0mbinations are supported. The following are the lenses which can be
controlled:

1. Bayonet Lenses
Fujinon S14X7.5BMD & S16X6.7BMO Lenses
Canon YHI3X7.5KTS & YH17X7KTSA Lenses
Function Jumper "Func2"
On the top PC board the tens Control Function Enable / Disable control
jumper "Func2" must be moved into the "Enabled" position. This is done by
moving the jumper down closest to the PC Board edge.

Lens Type Selection


lust behind the Lens/Camera Power connector ( DB-IS) is a vertical
row of 12 jumpers. All of these jumpers must be moved to the left side

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( away from the DB-IS connector) to control this lens. The label at the
top of these jumpers is "P3 and P2" which corresponds to "Bayonet and
C-mount lenses".

2. C-Mount Lenses
Rainbow: All "MEAlPZP' ZOOM LENSES
Function Jumper "Func2"
On the top PC board Lens Control Function Enable / Disable control jumper
"Func2" must be moved into the "On" or "Enabled" position. This is done by
moving the jumper down closest to the PC Board edge.

Lens Type Selection


Just behind the Lens / Camera Power connector ( DB-IS) is a vertical row of 12
jumpers. All of these jumpers must be moved to the Right side ( closest to the
DB-IS connector) to control this lens. The label at the top of these jumpers is
"P3 ( Left) and P2 ( Right)" which corresponds to "Bayonet and C-mount
lenses".

Fujinon: All SNPY Lenses


Function Jumper "Func2"
Lens Control Function Enable / Disable control jumper "Func2" must be moved
into the "On" or ''Enabled'' position. This is done by moving the jumper down
closest to the PC Board edge.

Lens Type Selection


Just behind the Lens/Camera Power connector ( DB-15 ) is a vertical row of 12
jumpers. All of these jumpers must be moved to the Right side ( closest to the
OB-15 connector) to control this lens. The label at the top of these jumpers is
"P3 ( Left ) and P2 ( Right)" which corresponds to "Bayonet and C-mount
lenses".

Fujinon: All AMSRll Lenses and D14x7.5BMDD24 lenses


Function Jumper "Func2"
Lens control Function Enable / Disable control jumper "Func2" must be moved
into the "On" or "Enabled" position. This is done by moving the jumper down
closest to the PC Board edge.

Lens Type Selection


Just behind the Lens / Camera Power connector (DB-IS) is a vertical row of 12
jumpers. All of these jumpers must be moved to the Left side ( away from the
OB-l 5 connector) to control this lens. The label at the top of these jumpers is
"P3 ( Left) and P2 ( Right )" which corresponds to "Bayonet and C-mount
lenses". You will note that this lens is a "c" mount lens with the control
electronics found normally in a Bayonet lens. For this reason the jumpers are set
as if it was a Bayonet Lens.

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11. END STOP AND MANUAL SPEED SETUP

All Motion Channel "End Stops" and "Manual Speeds" for the Pan, Tilt, Zoom, and Focus
functions are adjustable by the user / installer. There are two ways that you can set these
parameters. You can set the "End Stops" and "Manual Speeds" with the "External Set~p
Dip Switch" located on the Pan and Tilt head front panel, or by the use of the Senal
Command Protocol. The procedures for these two methods are described below:

External Setup Dip Switch - End Stop & Speed Setup


First in order to activate the "External Setup Dip Switch" the "OPTION 3 - External Setup
Dip Switch Enable Jumper" inside the unit must be moved to the "ON" ( enabled)
position. The "Option Jumpers" are accessed inside the pan and tilt "Motor / Electronics
Chassis". To access these function jumpers see "Service Access" in Section 9, along with
the chart on page 16, and then continue below.

You should make sure that the "Set / Run" Dip Switch on the front panel is set to the
"Run" position prior to placing the Option 3 Jumper "On". This will prevent you from
accidentally setting an end stop or speed when the External Setup Dip Switch is Enabled.
Option 3 ON = jumper moved closest to edge of PC Board
Option 3 OFF =jumper moved away from the edge of PC Board

Once the Option 3 jumper is set to "On", the external dip switches can be set according to
the chart above the switches located on the front outside face of the Pan and Tilt chassis.

SS-485P Front Panel

Manual Motion Speed Adjust

Set / Run DIP Switch

DIP Switches

With the "Set I Run" Dip Switch on the front panel set to the "Run" position, select which
function you wish to set from the chart to the left of the "Set / Run" Dip Switch. The bottom four
dip switches are used to make this selection. Once you have set the bottom four switche to the
function number you want to set, you are ready to set that function. Move the "Set / Run" Dip
Switch to the "Set" position. (The Second Status LED will light up "Green LED". The Pan &
Tilt will have the "Green LED" segment on when ever you are in the "Setup Mode". )

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End Stops
If you are setting End Stops, the unit will move the motion channel you are setting to the last
end stop position which was set. This will take only a few seconds. The Second Status LED
will light up the "Red LED" segment for about 10 Seconds. With both the Green and Red
LED segments on at the same time, the Second Status LED will look Amber or Orange in
color. This indication is to show that the software has passed the last end SLOP position to the
preset processor routine and that the unit has begun to move to the prior end stop.
After the motion channel stops completely, you can then move to the new desired end stop
position, or a new end stop position may be selected right away. The Second Status LED will
only remain "Orange" for about 10 Seconds. During this time you can move the motion
channel to any position within it's travel at any manual speed you have set. h is much easier
(faster) to move the motion channel while the LED is "Orange", but you can still move the
channel after the LED has turned to "Green".

The motion channel can be moved anywhere you choose while the Second Status LED is
"Orange" but you must wait until it returns [0 a "Green" only LED to move the "Set / Run" dip
Switch back to the "Run" Position which will save the new end stop position.

Note: If you move the "Set / Run" Dip Switch back to the "Run" Position before the
Second Status LED is "Grecn", your new end stop will not be set and the channel will
move to the previous end stop.

Manual Motion Speeds


If you are setting Manual Motion Speeds, you will be adjusting the trim pot which is marked by a
minus ( - ) and a plus ( + ) symbol. You will need a small flat blade screw driver for this purpose.
Select the setup function with the four dip switches and move the "Set / Run" switch to the "Set"
position. The manual motion speed for the selected channel can be increased by turning the trim
pot c.lockwise toward the plus ( +). You can likewise reduce the manual motion speed for the
selected channel by turning the trim pot counter clockwise toward the minus ( - ). There are
currently six ( 6 ) manual speeds supported .. The pot is a ten (10 ) turn pot with slip clutches at
each end. If the pot is fully rotated counter clockwise at least ten (10 ) turns then you should be at
the bottom end of your speed selections. To achieve the new desired speed requires some
experimentation. Rotate the pot about one turn and then move tbe "Set / Run" Switch to the
"Run" position. The new speed will only take effect after the switch is moved to the "Run"
position. Move the motion channel to see if the speed has changed and if it is what you desire.
Repeat this sequence until you obtain the desired speed.
Note: The factory defaults can be set for aU End Stops and Manual Motion Speeds by
setting the four ( 4 ) setup function switches to Fourteen (14) and momentarily moving
the "Set / Run" Switch to the "Set" position and then back to the "Run" Position. If you
get lost, sometimes this is quicker than trying to figure out where you are.

Serial Command Protocol· End Stop & Speed Setup


When using Serial Command Protocol the "OPTION_3 - External Setup Dip Switch Enable
Jumper" inside the unit need not be set. See the Serial- Communications Commands & Protocol
section.

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12. FUNCTION SETUP ANI) OPTIONS JUMPERS

The following lens selection, control, and options are accessed inside the pan and tilt "Motor /
Electronics Chassis". To access function setup and option jumpers see "Service Access" in
Section 9, and then continue below.

The "Power Supply / Option PC Board", provides space for "Option Jumpers" and test
connections which are used to configure the pan and tilt. The following are the general
descriptions for all option jumpers. For the locations of each set of j umpers, refer to the
PC board layout on the following page, and the description of the option jumpers which follows .

Top PC Board Layout


Front of unit

On
r - Off
-_
I
- Func 2 -
Fune I /""
Funclion Header

I - Die - Motion Direc tio n Header

1- - F . Dir j
Z· Dir
T· Dir
P - Dir
P7= On
P8 = Off

P'j"""-P8
r (1 f

0 g~: ~ / op~n=H~:dcr
Opt
Opt
O pt
Opt
5
4
3
2
PIO = Off

0
Opt I
Opt 0
P9PIO

Test Header
pol -~~ ,....-- PW
p. ' "
P+
M. /
Foc us
Focus & Zoom Header
P4 = Reverse
P6 = Normal

0
~p~~ t-
M+

PW

p. ' " Zoom


P+
M· /
M+

I I~
Bayonet / Lens Header
P3 = Bayonet
C • Mount P2 = C . Mount

Connector slde of board ( rear )

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All of ~e Headers have 3 rows of pins, with th c pti n f th PI H ad'r. A s I 'rio n is mad ,
acco.rdmg to the charts shown at the tight when the jump r connc ts th c nl' r row t
outsIde rows.
PI: Test Header ( u ed for production test )

P2! P3: Lens Type Header


See schematics in back of manual for jump I' 'cttin ' S for your I ns typ".

P4 ! P6 : Zoom & Focus Pot & Motor' Heuder


See schematics in back of manual for jump I' settings fo r your I 'ns typ .

P7 ! P8: Motion Direction Options Axis Function Enable! Disuble Header


Label De cription Fun 'Iion-Ofr Fun lion- n
P_DIR Pan Direction Normal R crs'
T _DIR Tilt Direction Normal R " l'S'
Z_DlR Zoom Direction Normlll Rev rse
F DIR Focus Direction Normal Rev r5e
CDIR Iris Direction (Nol upported) (Not upporlcd
FUNCI Pan & Tilt Enable P&T Disabled P&T Enabl"d
FUNC2 Zoom & Focus Enable Z&F Di 'abled Z&F Enabled

P9! PIO: Options Header


Label Description Function-Off Function-On
OPTION_O Manual Motion Ramp Rump Disabled Ramp Enabled
( When this option is on, aLI motion starts al th" slowe I speed and is ramped up I the
selected speed. This allows for exact positioning wh n reating pre oets. )

Label Description Function-Off Function-On


OPTION_I System test enable NormalOp ration All motors
( When this option is on, all motor channels are dri n for a short tim in b th dir tions.
LED's blink and all logic inputs are continuously read and output on the T °t
Pl. This tests all inputs and output channels. )

Label Description Function-Off Function-On


OPTION 2 Prod. test AID enable Testin Disabled
IY Testing Enabl 'd
( When this option is on, and OptioQ..l i also on. I/O and motor I~ t is suspend d and nil
AID channels are continuously read and Olltput on th Te t C nnector Pl. Thil: test all
AID channel inputs.

Label Description Function-Off Function-On


OPTION_3 External dip switch enable etup DA etnp SA
(When this option is on, the external "S tup Dip Swit h" i Enabl d. Thxternal s tup
dip switch is used to set end stops and manualm lion peeds. This jumper sh uld be et t
off to protect against accidental etup modifi ation ' . )

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Label D· .
escnptlOn Function-Off Function-On
OPTION_4 No pots-disable zf presets Nonnal Presets No Presets
( When this option jumper is on, the zoom and focus software ignores the follow pots on
the zoom and focus ohannels. Presets are disabled but lenses without pots can be used.
Motion control is normal. )

Description Function-Off Function-On


Unused

Description Function-Off Function-On


Unused

Label Description Function-Off Function-On


OPTION_7 Set factory defaults EA Defaults Not Set Defaults Set
( When this option is on, each time the unit's power is applied, the factory defaults for end
stops and manual motion speeds are set. If you wish to have any settings saved which you
make during operation, you must set this option jumper set to "Off' .)

13. SERIAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMANDS & PROTOCOL


PROGRAMMING

Communication protocol: 9600 Baud No Parity 8 Bits 1 Stop Bit

The following definitions are taken from the "c" source file which runs in the Pan
and Tilt Micro Controller. If you are writing an application to talk to the Pan and
Tilt, this file contains all the command definitions for communicating with the
units.

A host contmller, such as a PC or Control Panel, sends only two types of bytes to the pan
and tilt. This limited number of serial data transmissions has been developed to optimize
system performance over serial control lines. The "Header Byte" may be sent only once
followed by several "Function Data Bytes" or sent every time along with trailing data.

1. Header Byte - Address & Function Description


dO - Address AO -\ / 000 - Manual Motion Command
dl- Address Al--\ 16 addresses I 016 - Preset Storage Number
d2 - Address A3 --/00= all I
032 - Preset Recall Number
d3 - Address A4 -/ I
04S - Setllp Functions
d4 - ----\ I
064 - Self Test Fl!lnctions
d5 - Function Description Nwmber;::. < 080 - Download Presets from P&T
d6 - ----I I
096 - Upload Presets to P&T
d7 - Always set to One ( 1 ) \ 102-
( identifIes byte as Header Byte - Address & Function Description)

l8
#define Header 128 /*d7 header byte identifier */
unsigned char HeadecByte; /* address & function desc */
unsigned char Need- Header', 1* header hvte needed flal! */
unsigned char function - Num', /* function description # */
unsigned char Need- Fun- Data', /* function data needed flag */
unsigned char Joystick; /*joystick priority flag */
#define Joystick_Off /*joystick is disabled */
#define Joy _Pan_Tilt /*joystick P & T function */
/* A. Function Description Nun

#define S_Fun_Manual o /* Manual Motion Command */


#define S_Fun_Store 16 /* Preset Storage Number */
#define S_Fun_Recall 32 /* Preset Recall Number */
#define S_Fun_Setup 48 /* Setup Functions */
#define S_Fun_SelITest 64 /* Self Test Functions */
#define SYun_Download Presets 80 /* download presets from P & T */
#define S _Fun_Upload_Presets 96 /* upload presets to P & T */

1* 2. Function Data Byte

A. Manual Motion Corhmand ( OOd ) - Range ( 00 - 127 )


dO - Motion Command Number - dO
dl - Motion Command Number - dI
d2 - Motion Command Number - d2
d3 - Motion Command Number - d3
d4 - Motion Command Number - d4
d5 - Motion Command Number - d5
d6 - Motion Command Number - d6
d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-Identifies byte as Function Data */

unsigned char Fun_Data; 1* function data byte *1


1* fust time thru flag */
unsigned char First;

0 /* all stop */
#define S- ALL- STOP
#define S_PAN_LRFT 1 /* pan left */
#define S_PAN_RlGHT 2 1* pan right */
#define STILT_UP 3 1* tilt l!lp *f,
#define S_TILT_DOWN 4 /* tilt down */
#defme S.-z;OO~IN 5 /* zoom in */
#defme S.-z;OOM_OUT 6 /* zoom out */
#define SYOCUSflEAR 7 /* focus near */
#define S_FOCUS_FAR 8 /* focus far */
#define S_IRIS_OPEN 9 /* iris open */
#defme SJRIS_CLOSE 10 /* iris close */

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#define S_UP_LEFT 11 /* tilt up and pan left */
#define S_UP_RIGHT 12 /* tilt up and pan right */
#defme S_DOWN_LEFT 13 /* tilt down and pan left */
#define S_DOWN~GHT 14 /* tilt down and pan right */
/* B. Preset Storage Number ( 1 6d ) - Range ( 00-99 )
dO - Preset Storage Address - aO
dl - Preset Storage Address - al
d2 - Preset Storage Address - a2
d3 - Preset Storage Address - a3
d4 - Preset Storage Address - a4
d5 - Preset Storage Address - as
d6 - Preset Storage Address - a6

d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-Identifies byte as Function Data *1

/* C. Preset Recall Number (32d) - Range (00-99 )


dO - Preset Recall Address - aO
dl - f>reset Recall Address - al
d2 - Preset Recall Address - a2
d3 - Preset Recall Address - a3
d4 - Preset Recall Address - a4
d5 - Preset Recall Address - as
d6 - Preset Recall Address - a6
d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-Identifies byte as Function Data */
1* D. Setup Functions (48d ) - Range (00-63 )
dO - SetuI" Function Address - aO \
dl - Setup Function Address - al \ Only first 16 addresses
d2 - Setup Function Address - a2 I only available manually
d3 - Setup Function Address - a3 I
d4 - Setup - Data Present - a4 ( when set == dO-d3 is setup data)
d5 - Tum Setup On - Ignore End Stops
d6 - Tum Setup Off & Save Value
d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-Identifies byte as Function Data *1

***When d4 is set the four bits dO-d3 represent data which is passed to the Pan & Tilt. This is
used when setting the manual speeds for the motion channels. After sending the setup function
byte with d5 set ( Tum Setup On ), you must send an additional byte with dl4 set and the speed in
dO-d4.
1* Serial Setup Bit Definitkms *1
#define Setup_Data 16 1* setup data present bit *1
#derme Setup_On 32 1* turn setup on bit *1
#define Setup_Off 64 1* turn setup off bit *1
unsigned char Serial_Setup; 1* serial setup "on" flag *1
unsigned char SeriaCSetup_Func; 1* serial chan to be setuI" *1

2(i)
1* E. Self Test Functions ( 64d ) - Range ( 00-63 )
dO - Self Test Function Number - dO
dl - Self Test Function Number - dl
d2 - Self Test Function Number - d2
d3 "- Self Test Function Number - d3
d4 - Self Test Function Number - d4
d5 - Self Test Function Number - d5
d6 - Self Test Function Number - d6
d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-IdentifLes byte as Function Data */

o 1* send present ptzf position */

/* F. Download Presets from P & T ( 80d ) - Range ( 00-99 )


dO - Preset Storage Address - aO
dl - Preset Storage Address - al
d2 - Preset Storage Address - a2
d3 - Preset Storage Address - a3
d4 - Preset Storage Address - a4
d5 - Preset Storage Address - as
d6 - Preset Storage Address - a6
d7 - Always set to Zero ( 0 ) <-Identifies byte as Function Data */

1* G. Upload Presets to P&T ( 96d ) - Range ( 00-99 )


dO - Preset Storage Address - aO
dl - Preset Storage Adaress - al
d2 - Preset Storage Address - a2
d3 - Preset Storage Address - a3
d4 - Preset Storage Address - a4
d5 - Preset Storage Address - as
d6 - Preset Storage Address - a6
d7 - Always set to Zen> (0) <-Identifies byte as function Data *1

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14. TROUBLESHOOTING
Motor Test
To test the operation of each of the motor channels in the SS-485P, the OptioD_1 jumper on P9
can be set to "on". This will cause each of the motors to be driven a short time in each direction.
This will enable the operator to determine if inoperative functions are the result of the SS-485P or
the controller.

Factory Reset
To reset all factory defaults for end stops and manual speed sets, first remove power from the
unit. Set the Option_7 jumper on P9 to the "on" position. When power is reapplied, the factory
defaults will be restored. To reprogram any manual speeds or end stops, it will be necessary to
set the option 7 jumper to the "off' position. .

Software Version
There are two status LED's on the front panel of the SS-485P. When power is first supplied to
the unit, the left front LED will flash, indicating the first number in the software version. Next,
the right front LED will flash indicating the second number in the software version. Two flashes
of the left LED and four flashes of the right LED would indicate software version 2.4 is present in
the SS-485P. The most current version of the application software is Ver 3.5
This can be downloaded from Westlake Technical Products:
Checks http://www.westlaketechnical.com/SS485P
Should trouble be encountered, first check the position of the internal jumpers and verify that they
are correct for the type of lens being used. Check that the function jumpers are set correctly.
Check for proper connections of the wiring harness between the lens and the SS-485P, according
to the type of lens being used. Check to verify that the unit is getting 24 volts AC as measured
between pins 4 and 5 of the input power connector.

Control Trouble
If remote control is being provided by AMX, Crestron. or the DC-485P, and problems are
encounterecl, the FC software can be used to determine if the problem is the result of the
controller or the SS-485P.

PC Control
A 3.5 inch floppy disk is included with each unit to allow complete control of all the SS-485P
functions. This program operates on the Com 2 output of the Pc. When installing the program,
make sure to select the Com 2 port. On many of the portable PC units, the Com 2 port is not
available. In this case the program cannot be used. The p~ogram requires Windows 3.1 or higher.
To load the program, type A: Setup. After the program IS loaded, and you have started it there
are two main display screens, one for normal operation of the pan I tilt, and Qne for settmg ~peeds
and end stops. These screens are shown on the following wages.
The original windows control program supplied with each unit can be downloaded from
Westlake Technical Products:
http://www.westlaketechnical.com/SS485P

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Main SS-485P Pan / Tilt Control Screen

This screen contains the manual control buttons which can be used to control multiple pan and tilt
units. In addition to manual control, a number of presets can be stored, and a sequence run of the
stored scenes.

The operator can use a mouse and select screen buttons, or press the corresponding single Jetter
for each function.

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Pan I Tilt Setup Frame
This frame allows the operator to set individual end stops and manual control speeds for the SS-
48SP. The ALT-T command from the keyboard or the Setup Pulldown heading from the main
SS-48sP control screen, enters this function.

15. LENS CONTROL VOLTAGE

Most camera lenses are set to operate at 12 volts DC. This is the standard setting of the internal
jumpers in the SS-48SP. Should a lens designed to operate on 6 volts DC be used, it will be
necessary to change the internal jumpers on the bottom circuit board in the motor / control
chassis of the pan / tilt unit. For access to these jumpers, see section 9 "Service Access", on page
12.
1. After opening the motor I electronics chassis you will see two circuit boards.
2. Remove the three screws on the upper board.
3. Remove the two screws at the IS pin D-SUB connector.
4. Remove the upper circuit board.
5. Cbange the jumper positions JPs, JP6, JP7 and JP8, on the lower circuit board from the
12 yolt to the 6 volt position. Jumper positions JP1, JP2, JP3 and JP4 change the
pan/tilt motors to 6 volt operation, and should not be changed from their 12 volt setting.
6. Reassemble the unit, reversing the steps 2 through 4.

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Two screws for
Upper board 15 pin O-Sub
Lower board
Three Screws
Lower circuit board, showing jumper change from 12 volt to 6 volt position for lens operation .
Change only jumpers JP5, JP6, JP7 and IP8 for 6 volt lens operation.

NOTE: Do not change jumpers lPI, lP2, lP3 and lP4. These are the voltage
settings for the pan/tilt motors, and will cause the unit to run at reduced speed.

_.a ... .·r.. ' .. .'... H - - Ie for RS485


Jt---t-- Ie for RsZS2

Bem (l2V £$ttiJ1g)

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m
i1!v .Pl +~v -PtV T~V .Pl £I!l
JP7 JP6 .lP6 J.P4 Jl>a JP2 Jl'l

16. CONTROL AND LENS ADAPTER CABLE SCHEMA TICS


1be following pages are schematic drawings for various Control and Lens Adapter Cable
Assemblies. Pre assembled cables are available from your Hitachi Vendor.

25
PC Remote Control Cable Assemble
PC RS-232 to SS485P
1\ PI
Connector DB25 Female Connector DB25 Male

PC End Pan & Tilt End

Three Wire RS-232 Communications

Cable Wiring
JI PI
DB25F DB25M
2 3
3 2
7 7

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DC-48SP Remote Control Cable Assembly
DC·48SP to SS·48SP

PI
Connector OB25 Male
P2
Switchcraft TA4PL Female

RS·232 Remote ( TXD RS-485 B ) []


Ground 2 0---------------.,
,G----------------+-......
4IO"'______________+__
RS-232 RemOle (RXD RS485 A) 3
RegutDled +5Vdc ..r-::::l:t;~

Remote Control End

Cable Wiring
RS·232C RS·485
TA4FL DB25 TA4PL D825
P2 PI P2 PI
I 3 I 2
2 7 2 7
3 2 3 3
4 17 4 17 Pan & Ti It End
Shown wired for RS·232C
communications. For RS·485
cOll1l11unicmions. switch the
Note: wires 011 pins 2 and 3.
When RS·485 communications is to be used, the serial communication wires for transmit
and receive ( Pins 2 and 3 on J1, the DB25 female labeled "Remote Control" on the back
of the DC·485P Pan and Tilt) must be turned around so that the RS·485 signa/line "A"
is connected to the same "A" line on the associated controller and the "B" line is
connected to uB"

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Canon & Ifujinon Bayonet Lens Cable Adapter
J>2
HR lOA- lOP" I 2P

''''IIV11, ,j·I2VoIc

Cuhlc WIr'lrlK
I)BI~ MIOI ~ I .CIIf' C HIIIII;Cl(l r Color
!'in No,
I
"'ll I
No,
OroWII
2 2 I! ~"
~ J O""'Uc
II .1 Yclltlw
~ ~ Orcc li
{J
'/ K lihw
H
I)
'I Vi,,!.:,
10 10 ( I..IOY
C·M Olilli
"
I ?'
H
II
I~
(.'IIIIII.'I'U 'I
Wlol! u
IIh,ck
I}, Vcil'
15 ( 'UIlIe'11i ( ;1'11 111111

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Qto""!:a;JI:Jl'.uE PZF Lens Adapter Wiring

Jl PL
Chasis Connecter DB 15 Female Cable Connector DB 15 Male

Zoom Motor+
Zoom MOlor-
~
Zoom Pol +
ZoomPoI- --........ ..1:
Zoom For Wipe~
Focus Motor + -..... -,J( I
Focus MOlor -
Focus POI + ......... .... ,.. li
Focus Pot- ~
Focus POI Wiper 1.
SPO 'W''''''' it
Camera + 12V de
- 1.:J Camera +1 2Vdc
SPI
G'11und
eM7
~
--
~

J.';I
~
Ground

..
NOTE: Cable WIrIng
PIN ASSIGNMENTS WITH ALL DB I 5 Male Lens Cable
JUMPERS IN TIffi P2, C-MOUNT PI Wire Color
1 Red
POSmON 2 Dark Blue
3 Sky Blue
5 Pink
Bayonet 9 Black
10 Purple
P8 P3 II Green
P7 P2 12 Orange
13 White
C-Mount 14 Camera +12Vdc
P4 15 Camera Ground
P6

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,,J&.tI.! PZF' Lens Adapter Wiring

Rainbow "MEA I PZF" Cable Assembly


Jl PI
Chassis Connector DB 15 Female Cable Connector DB 15 Male

~ ~
Z MotOr +
ZMoIor-
ZPot+
...
... 4
zPot -
Z Pot Wiper
PMotOr+ 1.
1.1
.....
~
....
~
-
-.
...
1.

1.
PMOIOr -
- ..... ...
....
_-.....- --
PPot + .J. 1. 3
PPot -
••••••••
F POI Wiper 1 -~ 1.
SPO ~
I
~ ~
1.

.... -
Camerll+12 Vile J.
~ Camera +12Vdc
SPI
around
CK7
1
- l.~
! L Camera Ground
~ ~
NOTE:
PIN ASSIGNMENTS WITH ALL
JUMPERS IN THE n, C-MOUNT Cable Wiring
DBI 5 Male Lens Connector Color
POSITION PI
I 4 Red - Zoom MOlor
JUMPER SE111NGS 2 Red - Zoom Pot Telc
3 Yellow - Zoom Pot Wiper
Bayonet
5 White - Focus Pot Ncar
9 Black - Motor Common
10 Brown - Zoom Pot Wide
II 3 Grcen - Focus Motor
C·Moul1t 12 Green - Pocus Pot Far
13 Oluck - oells Pm Wiper
14 lImenl + 12Vde
P4 15 Hlllcrll On)lInd

P6 Lens conncctor is only a 4 pin plug with 3 pins being used, The
"
"
" "
••
tt H ,.
V
"
..
"
.
M ,.
t
othcr wires froll1the lens arc tinned and mUSI be dircc tly ~ oldercd 10
the 1)01 5 ConnCClm',

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~.L1'~-.I.":;I'IS..l':U ,LMZ.ll0AMP, LMZ.ll1AMP
~ligrttnEmts with aU P2 and P3 jumpers in the C-Mount position.

J\ PI
Chasis Connector DB 15 Female Cable Connector DB 15 Male

-.. JI,nu , .
/:1 .-
(JiliN
..., -TI
1- !~,.
v
v
"T~
, ,.RCK , '. UIt5
"
IV . .x QIltM.lItO
""
"'"":'
T BL.1.I'Ii:

...... 1 .
~
11;
.. Cable Wiring
~
R
DBI5 Male Lens Wire C olor
PI
Bayonet I Yellow
WITH ALL 2 Brown
UM~~~ IN TIm P2, C-MOUNT • • • , •!• • • • • • • 3 Gray
R3 , • • , , • • • • • • • 4 Black
P2 , • , • , • • • • • • • 5 Ground
9 Red
JUMPER SETTINGS 10 White
C-Mount II Green
13 Blue
P8 PIO 14 Camera +I2Vdc
15 Camera Ground
P7 P9

NOTE: these lenses have an 8 volt DC motors. The pan/tilt only supports 6 and 12
volt drive voltages. The drive outputs are pulse width modulated. The Jumpers JP5,
JP6, JP7, JP8 on the bottom circuit board of the pan/tilt should be set in the 6 volt
P4
position. See page 25 for setting. Because these lenses were designed for 8 volt
P6 operation, you will see slower than normal operation with the jumpers set to the 6
volt position. Leaving the jumpers set to the 12 volt position will cause faster than II
normal operation, and result in reduced lens motor life.

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'MIllS Adapter Wiring (formally SNPY21)
Fujinon Y41 Cable Assembly
J\ PI Hirose
Chassi Connector DB 15 Female Cable Conneclor DB 15 Male HRIOA-LOP-12P

Z M\lIOr + ....,It-!foO ~
....... t·
3
4
Z MOIor· ....,........-0 ~

Z POI + ~1It-l1-O 7
~
Z Pot· ~H.....otO
Z Pot Wiper ....1'-11-0 - ...
A.

1.
8
\0
5
FMOIor+ ..........-0 i>.

F Motor· ""I'iil-ll-O A. 6
... ~
1.
FPot+ ~H-O ••••••••
F Pot· "'I"~I-O ...,
A

FPolWiper ...~~-o 1 9
~"'" it
spo ~H-O
camera + 12 Vdc ..,ii-I....-o
SPI ~Ir+O
..... ~Il

1
Camera +1 2Vdc
Ground -*':'-1--0
cm ~'+O B Camera Ground
~

Cable Wiring
DBI5 Male Lens Connector Color
PI Pin Number
JUMPER SETIINGS I 3 Orange
Bayonet 2 7 Violet
3 10 Black
4 6 Blue
P3 9 4 Yellow
10 8 Pink
II 5 Green
P2 13 9 White
r r Z T P
1 , 14 Camera +12Vdc
H H Y9 0 0 0
U U - - - - -
C-Mount 15 Shield - Camera Ground
j f.RA AAA
P4

P6

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i:~"II.r Wiring (formally SNPY41)

Fujjnon Y 41 Cuble A ssembly


JI PI
f Connector DB I~ emilie 'uble onnCOlClr DB I S Mule Hirshman 1400 PM
abl anoeclClr
ZMOIOI' ~ ~
...... -
....-.....
=
Z Motor -
lPut+ .I.
ZPot
zPot WI""
PMOIOf
.I.

1.
.... - -~
...
1.

I
2
:5
4
'5
.... ~
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7
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9
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C_u12 Vdc
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14

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(formally AMSR)
Fujlnon C-Mount R II Lens Cable Adapter

PI P2
Cable Connector DB 15 Male HRIOA-lOP-l2P

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5
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7
8
9
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'- Camera Ground


- ,Camera +12Vdc
SAlr)ERJUMPERS ON THE Pt:r PC
EMtJST BE SET TO THE P3, Cable Wiring
DB15 Male Lens Connect0r Color
POSmON FOR TillS LENS. Pin No. Pin No.
1 1 Brown
2 2 Red
'-A17rcrD CAN NOT BE USED 3 3 Orange
BAYONET LENSES. 4 4 Yellow
5 5 Green
6
7 8 Blue
Bayonet 8
P3 9 9 Violet
10 10 Gray
P2 II II White
12 12 Black
C-Mount
13
14 6 Tan
P4 14 Camera + 12Vdc
15 Camera Ground
P6

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