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Donated by [[User:chuckwebb]]. Uses Pelco D comms standard? Standard analogue video. 24V AC / 12V DC power.
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Donated by [[User:chuckwebb]].  
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=Features=
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*Has a standard analogue video camera with auto focus and zoom on a pan & tilt mounting.
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*Runs on 24V AC or 12V DC power.
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*Is controlled with RS485/RS422 differential serial communication, probably at 4800 baud (may auto-detect on boot) (possibly a receive pair only)
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*Built in menu system controlled by the serial comms, displayed overlaid on the video output.
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*Supports several PTZ control standards including Pelco D, Pelco P and Vicon. (I believe it's currently set to Pelco D)
  
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=Problems=
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*It's supposed to be bayonet mounted into a ceiling/pole mounted dome, but it was run into by a rolling scaffold causing the bayonet fitting and the surrounding plastic to be munched.
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*RS422: are there any converters handy?
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*Comms standards: I have no idea. Much Googleing required.
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=Aim=
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Benjie's going to make it into the eye of <s>GlaDOS</s> SMIB / some OpenCV craziness. Possibly...
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=Manual=
 
[http://ademcosalesandsupport.com/ademcoaus/docs/info/CCTV/VCL/GOLD_LITE_II.pdf User Guide]
 
[http://ademcosalesandsupport.com/ademcoaus/docs/info/CCTV/VCL/GOLD_LITE_II.pdf User Guide]

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Orbiter CCTV Camera
Orbiter CCTV Camera.jpg
What:
Get the orbiter CCTV camera working.
Participants:
User:Benjie, User:chuckwebb


Donated by User:chuckwebb.

Contents

[edit] Features

  • Has a standard analogue video camera with auto focus and zoom on a pan & tilt mounting.
  • Runs on 24V AC or 12V DC power.
  • Is controlled with RS485/RS422 differential serial communication, probably at 4800 baud (may auto-detect on boot) (possibly a receive pair only)
  • Built in menu system controlled by the serial comms, displayed overlaid on the video output.
  • Supports several PTZ control standards including Pelco D, Pelco P and Vicon. (I believe it's currently set to Pelco D)

[edit] Problems

  • It's supposed to be bayonet mounted into a ceiling/pole mounted dome, but it was run into by a rolling scaffold causing the bayonet fitting and the surrounding plastic to be munched.
  • RS422: are there any converters handy?
  • Comms standards: I have no idea. Much Googleing required.

[edit] Aim

Benjie's going to make it into the eye of GlaDOS SMIB / some OpenCV craziness. Possibly...

[edit] Manual

User Guide

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