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Keyboard Quick Start Guide

Version 1.1.0

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Table of Contents

1 Features and Specifications ........................................................................................... 1

1.1 Features .................................................................................................................. 1

1.2 Front Panel ............................................................................................................. 1

1.3 Rear Panel .............................................................................................................. 3

1.3.1 Network Keyboard Series .......................................................................... 3

1.3.2 Analog Keyboard Series ............................................................................ 3

1.3.3 Speed Dome Keyboard Series ................................................................. 4

1.4 Port Features .......................................................................................................... 4

1.5 Power ....................................................................................................................... 4

2 Menu Operation ................................................................................................................ 5

2.1 Boot up and Shut down ........................................................................................ 5

2.1.1 Boot up .......................................................................................................... 5

2.1.2 Shut Down .................................................................................................... 5

2.2 Main Menu List ....................................................................................................... 5

2.3 Menu Operation ..................................................................................................... 7

2.3.1 System .......................................................................................................... 7

2.3.2 Zone (Control Point).................................................................................... 9

2.3.3 Account ....................................................................................................... 10

2.3.4 Config .......................................................................................................... 11

2.3.5 Version ........................................................................................................ 12

2.4 Zones ..................................................................................................................... 12

3 Keyboard Control Speed Dome ................................................................................... 13

3.1 Cable Connection ................................................................................................ 13

3.2 Keyboard Setup ................................................................................................... 13

3.3 Operation .............................................................................................................. 13

3.3.1 Speed Dome Menu ................................................................................... 13

3.3.2 Iris/Zoom/Focus ......................................................................................... 14

3.3.3 Preset .......................................................................................................... 14

3.3.4 Scan ............................................................................................................ 14

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3.3.5 Pan .............................................................................................................. 15

3.3.6 Tour ............................................................................................................. 15

3.3.7 Pattern ......................................................................................................... 16

4 Keyboard Control DVR .................................................................................................. 18

4.1 Keyboard Setup ................................................................................................... 18

4.1.1 COM Connection ....................................................................................... 18

4.1.2 Network Connection Setup ...................................................................... 18

4.2 Operation .............................................................................................................. 18

4.2.1 Login ............................................................................................................ 18

4.2.2 Logout ......................................................................................................... 19

4.2.3 General Function ....................................................................................... 19

4.2.4 Playback ..................................................................................................... 19

5 Network Keyboard to Control Decoder ....................................................................... 21

5.1 Splicing Screen Control ...................................................................................... 21

5.2 Output Video to the TV wall ............................................................................... 23

5.3 Zone Settings via the Keyboard ........................................................................ 23

6 Network Keyboard to Control Analog Matrix ............................................................ 24

6.1 Analog Matrix Operation ..................................................................................... 24

6.2 Keyboard Operation ............................................................................................ 24

7 Network Keyboard to Control Video Matrix Platform ............................................... 25

7.1 Splicing Screen Control ...................................................................................... 25

7.2 Output Video to the Wall ..................................................................................... 25

7.3 Zone Settings via the Keyboard ........................................................................ 27

8 Make COM Cable ........................................................................................................... 28

8.1 Make RS232 COM Cable ................................................................................... 28

8.2 Make RS485 COM Cable ................................................................................... 28

8.3 25-pin Port and Switch Box Connection .......................................................... 29

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8.4 RJ45 Network Port Connection ......................................................................... 29

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Welcome

Thank you for purchasing our keyboard!

This quick start guide is designed to be a reference tool for the operation of your system.

Before the operation please read the following safeguards and warnings carefully!

Please keep it well for future reference.

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Important Safeguarding and Warnings

1Electrical safety

All installation and operation here should conform to your local electrical safety codes.

The product must be grounded to reduce the risk of electric shock.

This unit is to be connected only to the devices whose power feeding meets the requirements for

SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) and complies with Limited Power Source according to

IEC60950-1.).

We assume no liability or responsibility for all the fires or electrical shock caused by improper

handling or installation.

2Transportation security

Heavy stress, violent vibration or water splash are not allowed during transportation, storage and

installation.

3Installation

Keep upwards. Handle with care.

Do not place objects on the network keyboard.

4Qualified engineers needed

All the examination and repair work should be done by the qualified service engineers.

We are not liable for any problems caused by unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.

5Environment

The keyboard should be used in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, inflammable,

explosive substances and etc.

6. Accessories

Be sure to use all the accessories recommended by manufacturer.

Before installation, please open the package and check all the components are included.

Contact your local retailer ASAP if something is missing in your package.

CAUTION

FOR YOUR SYSTEM SAFETY, PLEASE CHANGE THE DEFAULT PASSWORD AFTER YOU

FIRST LOGIN!

RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.

DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.

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1Features and Specifications

1.1Features

This series keyboard has the following features

One keyboard can control multiple DVRs, or you can use multiple keyboards to control one

DVR.

Support PTZ camera (speed dome) operation.

Support RS485 port and RS232 port.

Support PTZ operation via joystick.

Support all operations you get from DVR front panel function keys.

Support keyboard lock function.

Support multiple-level operation rights.

Support cascade connection.

Support single or multiple DVRss menu setup.

On-screen menu, user-friendly procedure. It is very easy for you to operate.

Besides above mentioned features, network keyboard also has the following features:

Can control network video server and network video decoder.

Support network port connection.

1.2Front Panel

The keyboard front panel is shown as below. See Figure 1-1.

Figure 1-1

Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.

SN Note Icon Button Name Function

1 General function panel

ESC ESC Cancel/return. Delete the previous space of the buffer input contents.

In playback mode, click this key to go back to realtime surveillance mode.

SETUP Switch mode Switch between PTZ/decoder control interface.

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SN Note Icon Button Name Function

Setup:Set|use mode switch

1+ Setup:Main stream|sub stream

mode switch.

SHIFT Change input method

Switch between input methods Go to the previous video channel.

ENTER Confirm button On DVR main menu, confirm current operation

Go to the next video channel.

09 Character and numerals

Switch between numeral/characters, click

SHIFTto switch.

2 DVR control panel

ID ID shortcut Shortcut key to go to ID zone search, After successful zone connection, click the

ID to disconnect the device.

CAM Device channel number

Control DVR channel.

0+CAMClose the video source of

current window.

1+CAMOutput the video source No.1

to the TV wall.

MULT Split button Control DVR window split

4+MULTSplit current window to 4-

split.

AUX Auxiliary User aux record Open DVR local PTZ interface.

FN Function key Work with the number buttons.

FN+1: Go to DVR assistant interface.

FN+2: Tour

FN+3: Electronic zoom

PTZ Window|PTZ button

Control channel PTZ. Select specified window.

1+PTZ:Select the first window of current

screen.

PLAY Screen|Playback button

Control DVR playback Select the specified screen of the TV wall.

1+PLAYSelect the No.1 output

screen.

3 Speed dome control panel

IRIS Iris Control iris.

FOCUS Focus Control focus

ZOOM Zoom Control zoom.

OTHER Speed dome menu

Set mode: Go to speed dome menu. Use mode: Clear buffer.

PERSET Preset Set mode: For example, 11+PRESETis

to set preset No.11.

Use mode: For example, 11+PRESET is to call preset No.11.

SCAN Scan Set mode: Click SCANto go to setup

interface.

Use mode: For example, 5+SCANis to

call scan No.5 and then click SCANto

stop.

PAN Pan Start pan Stop pan

TOUR Tour Set mode: ClickTOURis to go to tour

interface.

Use mode: For example, 5+TOURis to

call tour No.5 and then click the TOUR

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SN Note Icon Button Name Function

to stop.

PATTERN Pattern Set mode: ClickPATTERNis to go to

setup interface.

Use mode: For example, 5+PATTERN is to call pattern No.5 and then click the

PATTERNto stop.

4 3D Joystick

- - Aux menu and function operation.

5 Indicator light panel

PWR Power indicator light

The light is on when the keyboard is properly connected to the power supplying.

TR/TX Network data receive and send indicator light

The light is flashing when the keyboard is connected to the network.

NET Network indicator light

The light is on when the device is connected to the network.

232 RS232 indicator light

The light is flashing when there is 232 data transmission.

485 RS485 indicator light

The light is flashing when there is 485 data transmission.

USB USB indicator light

The light is on when the keyboard is connected to the USB device. For network keyboard, the light is on when

the keyboard is connected to the PC. For analog keyboard and speed dome

keyboard, the light is on when the keyboard is connected to the USB device.

6 LCD - - OSD menu

1.3Rear Panel

1.3.1 Network Keyboard Series

Please refer to Figure 1-2 for network keyboard port information.

Figure 1-2

Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.

SN Port Name SN Port Name SN Port Name

1 USB port 2 RS422 port 3 RS485 port

4 Network port 5 RS232 port 6 Power socket

1.3.2 Analog Keyboard Series

Please refer to Figure 1-3 for analog keyboard port information.

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Figure 1-3

Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.

SN Port Name SN Port Name SN Port Name

1 USB port 2 RS422 port 3 RS485 port

4 RS232 port 5 Power socket

1.3.3 Speed Dome Keyboard Series

Please refer to Figure 1-4 for speed dome keyboard port information.

Figure 1-4

Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.

SN Port Name SN Port Name SN Port Name SN Port Name

1 USB port 2 RS422 port 3 RS485 port 4 Power socket

1.4Port Features

RS232 port can directly connect to device if there is RS232 port. The distance should be

within 10m.

RS485 transmission distance is 1200 m9600bps, max 3000m actually.

For network keyboard series, please connect to the network port to connect the DVR or the

network speed dome.

1.5Power

The keyboard uses DC12V 1A, you can use the adapter included in the accessories bag.

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2 Menu Operation

2.1Boot up and Shut down

2.1.1 Boot up

1) Connect the keyboard to the proper power supplying source. The power indicator light is on.

You can see the welcome interface (support customized setup) after the device properly

booted up.

2) Click ENTER or SETUP button to go to the following interface. See Figure 2-1.

Figure 2-1

3) Use joystick to control the up/down/left/right to Input user name and password, system goes

to the main menu.

Note

Factory default user names are: admin/default/guest. The password is: 888888.

The default can not add/delete user, modify user rights or manage rights.

The guest can only operate control points. There are no other rights.

2.1.2 Shut Down

After you exit the system, unplug the power cable to turn off the device.

2.2Main Menu List

The menu may vary due to different products. The following figure is based on the network

keyboard.

The main menu list is shown as below. See Figure 2-2.

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Figure 2-2

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2.3Menu Operation

Use the joystick on keyboard to move up/down/left/right to select items.

Use keyboard to input number or character to set parameters.

Click ENTER to confirm current operation. ClickESC to exit.

2.3.1 System

The system manager includes time setup, network setup, address setup, aux setup, system

update and logo update. See Figure 2-3.

Figure 2-3

2.3.1.1 Time

It is to set keyboard system time. It includes year, month, date, minute and second. See Figure

2-4.

Figure 2-4

2.3.1.2 Network

When DHCP is enabled, the keyboard can auto get the IP address, subnet mask, gateway,

port and etc.

When DHCP is disabled, you can manually input keyboard IP address, subnet mask,

gateway, port(Default setup is 37777) and etc. Please set according to your actual situation.

See Figure 2-5.

Figure 2-5

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2.3.1.3 Address

The address value ranges from 0 to 255. The default setup is 0. When there is cascade

connection, the 0 has the highest priority and the 255 has the lowest priority. See Figure 2-6.

Figure 2-6

2.3.1.4 Aux

It is to set screen backlight and auto logout function. See Figure 2-7.

Backlight: It is to set screen backlight. The options are: on/off.

Auto logout: After you enable the auto logout function, system can auto logout when there is

no operation for specified time.

Figure 2-7

2.3.1.5 System Update

Do not remove the flash disk during the whole process. Otherwise it may result in

upgrade failure and the network keyboard can not boot up properly.

The flash disk upgrade function is for speed dome keyboard or analog keyboard series

product. You can use the update.bin file on the USB device to upgrade.

Please select system update interface and click ENTER button to go to the update

interface. Follow the prompt to click the ENTER to update.

For network keyboard, you can use the Windows upgrade tool.

Please contact your local retailer or visit our official website to get the Windows upgrade tool.

The REC Upgrade or REC Upgrade are both OK. If the ConfigTool can not search the

keyboard, please upgrade manually.

Now we use REC Upgrade for an example. The interface is shown as below. See Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-8

1) Open REC Upgrade, input keyboard IP address and TCP port (Default setup is 37777).

Note

If you can not use the 37777 to upgrade, it means the application layer did not boot up

properly. Please use port 3800 to upgrade. The upgrade process can become successful no

matter the application layer properly booted up or not.

2) Click login, system pops up the dialogue box,.

3) Input admin user name and password, click OK. The login button becomes

logoutif you successfully logged in.

4) Click Open files button to select the upgrade file.

5) Click the button Bios at the bottom of the interface, you can complete the upgrade

process.

2.3.1.6 Logo update

The logo upgrade function is for speed dome keyboard or analog keyboard series product. You

can update logo.bin file if necessary.

2.3.2 Zone (Control Point)

It is to set control point information. See Figure 2-9. All the items listed below shall be set. You

can use the ID, device name, COM address or the IP address to search a device easily in

chapter 2.4.

Figure 2-9

The information you input here shall be unique. Otherwise, system can not save the

setup.

Please make sure the com type and then parameters you set here is the same as the

actual situations. Otherwise, the keyboard can not control the device!

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ID: It is device ID number so that you can recognize device quickly.

Name: Customized device name.

Type: Device type. The options include: SD/NVD/DVR/DVM/MATRIX.

Link: The options include: NET/RS232/RS485. Please select the type and set the

corresponding parameters. The interface is shown as in Figure 2-10.

Figure 2-10

When your link mode is net, please input corresponding administrator password to login.

Please go to the controlled device to set the user name and password. The DVR and NVR have

the rights management to realize password verification.

2.3.3 Account

Here is for you to change password, add user, and delete user and its rights. See Figure 2-11.

Figure 2-11

2.3.3.1 Change password

Select a user and then input new password. Usually we recommend 6-digit password and you

can change the input method to input password value. Input password again to confirm. You can

see the corresponding dialogue box if your two passwords input here are not the same. Please

click ESC to return to modify and click ENTER button to save. See Figure 2-12.

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Figure 2-12

2.3.3.2 Add Users

Please input user name (max 8-digit) and then set corresponding password. The group options

include user/guest. See Figure 2-13,

Figure 2-13

Guest: The guest can only operate control point operation.

User: The user has the PTZ control, system setup, backup, advanced setup and etc. Move

the cursor to the corresponding item and then use the joystick to move the left/right to turn

to to enable this function. See Figure 2-14.

Figure 2-14

Note

Please go to the controlled device to set rights.

2.3.3.3 Delete Users

Select a user first and then click ENTER to remove.

2.3.3.4 Rights

It is to change user rights.

2.3.4 Config

Note

The configuration files import/export function is for speed dome keyboard and analog keyboard

series product only.

The configuration manager includes configuration files import/export, clear zones and factory

default setup. See Figure 2-15.

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Figure 2-15

2.3.4.1 Import

Insert the flash disk that contains the upgrade files to the keyboard and the go to the import

interface. Click ENTER to import the configuration files.

2.3.4.2 Export

Insert the flash disk to the keyboard and then go to the export interface. Click ENTER to

export the configuration files.

2.3.4.3 Clear Zones

Go to the clear zones interface and then click ENTER to clear all control points.

2.3.4.4 Default

Go to the default interface and then click ENTER to restore keyboard configuration to factory

default setup.

2.3.5 Version

It is for you to view current version information and etc. See Figure 2-16.

Figure 2-16

2.4Zones

In this interface, you can quickly search a device via device ID, device name, COM address, IP

and etc. See Figure 2-17.

Figure 2-17

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3Keyboard Control Speed Dome

3.1Cable Connection

Please connect keyboard A/B line to speed dome A/B line connection.

3.2Keyboard Setup

a) Please make sure keyboard A/B line and speed dome A/B line connection is right.

b) Set speed dome address so that the speed dome address and the keyboard RS485

address are the same.

c) Go to the zones interface of the keyboard and then select the type as SD. Please refer to

chapter 2.3.2.

Note

Please select protocol according to the speed dome type. The default setup is DH-SD

(There are some other popular protocols such as PELCOD, PELCOP). The step is 8.

Please login WEB of the speed dome, from main interface->Setup->System->PTZ to

view speed dome address, protocol, COM setup and etc.

d) After the setup, click ESC to exit control point control interface. System pops up a

dialogue box you can click ENTER to save data or click ESC to cancel setup.

3.3Operation

On the keyboard, click ID to go to the control point interface to set speed dome ID to connect to

the speed dome.

After successful connection, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1

Step: The speed dome adopts variable step mode by default. The speed dome movement

becomes faster along with the angle of the joystick becomes larger.

The lens movement supports 8 directions. It includes: up/down/left/right/top left/top

right/bottom left/bottom right. Please use the joystick to control.

3.3.1 Speed Dome Menu

Set mode: Click Menu button to go to the speed dome menu setup interface.

Use joystick up/down or the Iris to control the selected menu item up/down.

Use joystick left/right or the focus to control the selected menu contents.

Click ENTER to go to the next-level menu, click ESCto exit the menu. Move to

select the Back and then click ENTER, you can go back to the previous level.

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On the speed dome, click ESC to go back to PTZ control interface.

3.3.2 Iris/Zoom/Focus

3.3.2.1 Iris

On the keyboard, click IRIS button, use button +and-or turn joystick up/down to

control the iris.

3.3.2.2 Focus

On the keyboard click FOCUS button, use button +and-or turn joystick left/right to

control the focus.

3.3.2.3 Zoom

On the keyboard click ZOOM button, use button +and-or turn joystick clockwise or

counter clockwise to control the zoom.

3.3.3 Preset

Shortcut Mode

On the Set mode, use keyboard to input No.+Preset, you can set a preset quickly.

On the Use mode, use keyboard to input No.+Preset, you can set a preset quickly.

General Mode

On the keyboard click PRESET, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 3-2.

Figure 3-2

3.3.3.1 Set Preset

Input preset number and then select Set, click ENTER to save preset setup.

3.3.3.2 Go to preset

Input preset number and then select Goto, click ENTER to go to the corresponding

preset position.

3.3.3.3 Delete preset

Input the preset number and then select Del, click ENTER to remove it.

3.3.4 Scan

Shortcut Mode

On the Use mode, use keyboard to input No.+Scan, you can call a scan. Click

Scanto stop it.

General Mode

On Set mode, click SCAN button, the interface is shown as below. See Figure 3-3.

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Figure 3-3

Please follow the steps listed below.

a) Select Set and then click ENTER, you can see an interface shown as in Figure 3-4.

Figure 3-4

b) Use 3D joystick to select left limit and right limit.

c) Click ENTER to complete setup.

Select start and then click ENTER,system begins to scan according to the left/right

limit you set.

Select stop and then click ENTER, system stops scan.

3.3.5 Pan

Shortcut Mode

On the Use mode, click Panbutton on the keyboard, the speed dome begins pan. Click

Panagain to stop it.

General Mode

On Set mode, click PAN button on the keyboard, the interface is shown as below. See

Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5

Select start and then click ENTERbutton, system begins pan operation.

Select stop and then click ENTERbutton, system stops pan operation.

3.3.6 Tour

Shortcut Mode

On the Set mode, use keyboard to input No.+Tour, you can call a tour. Click Tour

again to stop it.

General Mode

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On Set mode, click TOUR button on the keyboard, the interface is shown as below. See

Figure 3-6.

Figure 3-6

3.3.6.1 Set tour

a) Select Set item, the interface is shown as in Figure 2-10.

Figure 3-7

b) Input a value at the tour No.

c) Add/Delete preset to/from the tour.

Input preset No. and then select PresetAdd, click ENTER button to add the input

preset to the tour.

Input preset No. and then select PresetDel, click ENTER button to delete the input

preset from the tour.

Note

You can add several presets to add to a tour.

3.3.6.2 Call tour

Select Start and then click ENTER, speed dome begins tour.

Select Stop and then click ENTER, speed dome stops tour.

Select Delete and then click ENTER, speed dome removes the tour.

3.3.7 Pattern

Shortcut Mode

On the Use mode, use keyboard to input No.+Pattern, you can call a pattern. Click

Patternagain to stop it.

General Mode

On Set mode, click PATTERNon the keyboard, the interface is shown as below. See Figure

3-8.

Figure 3-8

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3.3.7.1 Set pattern

a) Select tour number and then input a value.

b) Select tour set button and then click ENTER button.

c) Use joystick to set pattern and then click ENTER to end. The speed dome can

memorize your whole operation.

3.3.7.2 Start pattern

Select pattern No. and then input a pattern number, select start and then click ENTER

button, system begins pattern operation.

3.3.7.3 Stop pattern

Select pattern No. and then input a pattern number, select stop and then click ENTER button,

system stops pattern operation.

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4Keyboard Control DVR

4.1Keyboard Setup

4.1.1 COM Connection

Note

Please refer to chapter 8 to make COM cable.

a) Before operation, please make sure cable connection is proper.

b) In DVR menu, from Setting->System->RS232. The COM function is network keyboard

and then set corresponding parameters.

The default setup is shown as below.

Baud rate: 9600

Data bit: 8

Stop bit: 1

Parity: none.

Please note keyboard setup should conform to DVR setup.

c) Go to the zones interface of the keyboard. Please refer to chapter 2.3.2

Note

RS232 address/RS485 address is the device No. of the DVR.

The protocol usually is DH-2. It is the network keyboard and the 2 nd

control keyboard

protocol. The DVR COM protocol is network keyboard protocol.

d) After the setup, click ESC to exit control point control interface. System pops up a

dialogue box you can click ENTER to save data or click ESC to cancel setup.

4.1.2 Network Connection Setup

The network connection steps are similar to the COM setup. Please note, on the zones interface,

the link type shall be NET.

Please input DVR IP address, the control point port is 37777. The protocol is the same as the

COM setup. Please refer to chapter 2.3.2 control point for detailed information.

4.2Operation

4.2.1 Login

The DVR local user has the higher priority than the keyboard user. Before you login,

please logout the DVR local menu user, otherwise, you can not use the keyboard to

control the device.

You can select ID, device name, IP address, RS232, RS485 and etc to login.

a) Click ENTER on the keyboard, you can go to the menu options interface.

b) Select zones.

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c) Input ID, device name, IP address.RS232, RS485 you set on control point interface, Click

ENTER to begin search.

System auto connect to the DVR after successfully search operation.

Tips

Click ID on the keyboard and then input ID number. Click ENTER to quickly find the

device.

4.2.2 Logout

Click ID on the keyboard and then click ESC to exit current menu.

4.2.3 General Function

4.2.3.1 Press one by one

No.+Split: It is to Control split.

For example, input 16 and then click split button, you can realize 16-split function on the

DVR.

If you use the joystick now:

Left/right: switch between 116/1732.

Up/down: DVR split in 1/4/9 or 25/32.

No.+CAM:Select corresponding channel.

Input 9 and then click CAM button, the DVR displays the video from channel 9.

No.+PTZ: Control the PTZ of the corresponding digital channel.

4.2.3.2 Press at the same time

AUX+1Record

AUX+2Open DVR PTZ control, click FN+1 to switch page.

FN+1Aux function.

FN+2TourThe macro of the DVR shall be enabled.

FN+3Control electronic zoom.

4.2.4 Playback

Click PLAY on the keyboard, you can go to the DVR search interface. Use joystick to control

the playback buttons such as stop, fast play, slow play and etc. Click ENTER to confirm. See

Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1

SN Function SN Function SN Function

7 Play 8 Stop 9 Playback

4 Slow play 5

Play backward frame by frame

6 Previous record

1 Fast play 2 Play frame 3 Next record

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SN Function SN Function SN Function

by frame

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5Network Keyboard to Control Decoder

5.1Splicing Screen Control

Login the Web of the decoder, you can see the following interface. See Figure 5-1.

Figure 5-1

Click the Splicing wall on the left pane; you can go to the following interface. See Figure 5-2.

Click Fast splicing button, you can realize 11 setup conveniently.

For the network keyboard, it support 22 and etc splicing setup. Please follow the steps listed

below.

1) Click Fast splicing button.

2) Select the screen and then click the Delete button; you can see the deleted screen becomes

grey.

3) Click Ctrl button to select screens you want to delete at the same time. And then click the

Splice button; it becomes 22 splicing screen.

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Figure 5-2

In Figure 5-2.click Info manager button, you can view and edit the corresponding screen control

SN.

For network keyboard, click the Control ID+PLAY one by one, you can select the output

screen quickly. See Figure 5-3.

Figure 5-3

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5.2Output Video to the TV wall

Login the WEB of the decoder, from Setting->Remote device, you can add the

corresponding input source. Click the edit button ,you can edit the correspondong control SN.

See Figure 5-4.

For network keyboard, click the Control ID+CAM, you can output the video to the TV

wall.

Figure 5-4

5.3Zone Settings via the Keyboard

Please refer to chapter 2.3.2 Zone (control point) for detailed information.

The device type is NVD and step default value is 64.

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6Network Keyboard to Control Analog Matrix

Please refer to chapter 8.1 to use RS232 COM to connect the network keyboard to the analog

matrix.

6.1Analog Matrix Operation

Network keyboard can control the analog matrix to realize the following function. See Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1

1) Check can use the front panel to switch the video or not.

Cable connection: If connect the video source to the No.32 input port of the matrix, connect

the screen to the No.16 output of the matrix.

Operation: On the matric, click 32+Mode+16+Enter one by one.

Results: The video switch successfully once you can see SWITCH OK on the matrix

screen.

2) Check the parameter setups.

Click Menu+1 one by one, check the baud rate setup of the matrix is OK or not.

Click Menu+2 one by one, check the RS232 address of the matrix is the same as the

keyboard control point setup.

Click Menu+3+Enter+1 consecutively, you can see the prompt RS232 SET OK.

Check the RS232 protocol setup of the matrix is right or not.

6.2Keyboard Operation

When you are using the network keyboard to control the analog matrix, please click the No.+

CAM, you can use the front panel of the matrix to switch the video.

For example, click 016+032+CAM, you can switch the 32nd channel video input of

the front panel of the matrix to the 16th output channel.

Note

Please refer to chapter 2.3.2 Zone (control point) for detailed information. The device type is

MATRIX.

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7Network Keyboard to Control Video Matrix Platform

7.1Splicing Screen Control

Login the WEB of the video matrix platform (M60/M70), and then select splice control you can go

to the following interface. See Figure 7-1.

The network keyboard supports TV wall combination on the video matrix platform. You can add

the video wall you want to control as the splicing screen and then add the plan for each TV wall.

Follow the steps listed below to add the plan.

1) Select Row|column and then click addbutton.

2) Select the corresponding decoded slot and then click Save.

Follow the steps listed below to control the splicing screen.

1) Click Splice

2) CTRL+Left click mouse to select several screens at the same time.

3) Click OK to splice several screens.

Click Cancel, you can cancel the splicing operation.

Each screen can set corresponding split mode such as 1|4|9|16.

Click the Control ID+PLAY, you can quickly select the output screen.

Figure 7-1

7.2Output Video to the Wall

Login the Web of the video matrix platform (M60/M70).

From Setting->Input Title, you can edit the corresponding control SN of the local

input signal. See Figure 7-2.

From Setting->Remote Device, double click the signal source, you can edit the

control SN of the remote device. See Figure 7-3.

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For network keyboard, click the Control ID+CAMone by one, you can output the video

on the wall to preview.

Figure 7-2

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Figure 7-3

7.3Zone Settings via the Keyboard

Please refer to chapter 2.3.2 Zone (control point) for detailed information.

The device type is DVM and step default value is 64.

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8Make COM Cable

8.1Make RS232 COM Cable

Please refer to the following figure to make RS323 cable.

When use the network keyboard to control the analog matrix, RS232 Com adopts the straight

mode: 2-2, 3-3, 5-5. Straight through connection mode is shown as in Figure 8-1.

Figure 8-1

When use the keyboard to control other device, RS232 Com adopts the crossover connection

mode: 2-3, 3-2, 5-5. Crossover connection mode is shown as in Figure 8-2.

Figure 8-2

8.2Make RS485 COM Cable

Note

RS232 port can only connect to one DVR. If you want to control several DVRs at the same

time, please use RS485 mode.

RS485 BUS can connect to thirty-two 485->232 switcher boxes, one 485->232 switcher box

can connect to 8 DVRs.

You can refer to Figure 8-3 if you are connecting the keyboard with the switcher box.

RS485 Port of Keyboard RS485 Switch Box Port

Green alarm socket 6-pin crystal

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Figure 8-3

8.325-pin Port and Switch Box Connection

Connect switch 25-pin box RS232 port with DVR RS232 port. (25-pin outlet supports maximum

twelve RS232 ports. Switch is just for sending not for receiving. So you can use two cables: GND

and TXD)

Please refer to the following figure if you are connecting 485 switch box to DVR See Figure 8-4.

Note

485->232 switch box does not need the TXD cable. The 1 to 8 COM port already supports this

function.

RS485 Switch Box 25-Pin Port RS232 Port

DB25 DB9

Figure 8-4

8.4RJ45 Network Port Connection

If you are using network keyboard, you can use the network to connect.

The direct connection mode is shown as below. See Figure 8-5.

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Figure 8-5

Please refer to the following figure if you are connecting via the hub. See Figure

8-6.

Figure 8-6

Note:

This quick start guide is for reference only. Slight difference may be found in the user

interface.

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