How to Connetct IP Zoom Camera Module with PTZ Camera Unit?

When you receive View sheen's zoom camera modules, you will get three groups of cables and RS485 tail board.

(The RS485 tail board is usually set on the zoom camera module for you)

cables         Camera with RS485 tail board

Three groups of cables                                         Zoom Camera block with RS485 tail board

Why do we need the RS485 tail board?

View sheen’s zoom camera modules have 2 groups of TTL interface: A group of interfaces to transmit the VISCA protocol, the other groups of interfaces to transmit the PELCO protocol. Some Pan-Tilts Unit only support the RS485 interface to transmit the PELCO protocol, so we use RS485 tail board to realize level translator. The RS485 tail board also supports the input and output of alarm signals.

connection

 

How to Connect RS485 Tail board with camera?

●View sheen’s zoom camera modules have 2 interface layouts, as pictured:

 Interface layout1       Interface layout2

                                                                                                                          Figure1.1 interface layouts 1                                             Figure 1.2 interface layouts 2

Red frame POWER: power supply and serial port are integrated.

Green frame PHY: network cable interface, 4-pin 100M

Blue frame AUDIO&CVBS: Audio/Analog output.

●Camera interface layout:

connection of camera with RS485 tail board

How to Connect RS485 Tail board with PTZ?

The connection between the RS485 tail board and zoom camera module is as follows:

Connection of +485 Tail-Board diagram

                   Connection of +485 Tail-Board diagram

 

Description of 485 Tail-Board diagram

Description of 485 Tail-Board diagram

 ●The use of dial switch:

As shown in the diagram above, dial switches 1 to 6 are set to OFF by default.

The following table shows the functions corresponding to the specific dials.

DIP No. Definition Description
DIP 1 Alarm Out ON: Outputs high level (5V) when there is an alarm event, low level when there is no alarm event; corresponds to pins 5 and 7 of J3 socketOFF: On when there is an alarm event, off when there is no alarm event, corresponding to pins 5 and 6 of socket J3
DIP 2 N/A N/A
DIP 3 Alarm In OFF: Alarm inputs are reported via the serial portON: The alarm function is not reported through the serial port, which means that the alarm input function is invalid
DIP 4~6 Configuring the serial port baud rate From left to right corresponds to 4,5,6; 1 means ON, 0 means OFF【000】: 9600【001】: 2400【010】: 4800【011】: 14400【100】: 19200【101】: 38400【110】: 57600

【111】: 115200

 


Post time: Dec-03-2021