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This allows the high priority keyboard(s) to take control of the system at will. Restrictions to keyboard access can be programmed to prevent selection of individual cameras, monitors, alarm reset, or programming. In this way, an operator only has access to the functions permitted by the security manager. If allowed, authorised programming can be made from any keyboard. Added security access to the programming of the system may only take place by using a four digit password.
For easy identification of the camera location, site location all SYSTEM 500M and 1000M units provide text information to the system monitors. For each camera in the system, it is possible to have a text string of up to 20 user programmable characters. Camera text is located at the bottom of the monitor as standard, but can be moved to other positions.
As many as 8 different camera sequences can be defined. These sequences can be displayed on any monitor: Each camera sequence can contain up to 64 entries in any order and each entry can have an individual dwell time.
The 1503M features a serial port with selectable RS-232 or RS-485 interface for matrix connection, or for direct connection of 32 BDR telemetry receivers or Orion Domes. The RS-232 port can also be used for connection of a serial printer for alarm logging.
The 1503M can talk directly to Orion domes or telemetry receivers for controlling standard or high-speed pan/tilt and zoom cameras. Control of all cameras can be selected from any keyboard connected to a matrix, or automatically in an alarm situation. Pan/tilt and zoom cameras can also be sequenced between any or all of the pre-set positions, stopping at each position for a pre-programmed time.