Pelco KBD300A PTZ Control Fixed/Variable Speed Keyboard
A full-functionality, fixed or variable speed PTZ control keyboard that can be used in a variety of applications
The KBD300A keyboard is a full-function, desktop keyboard controller that can be used in a variety of applications.
A barrel-type joystick provides precise pan and tilt control of ?xed speed and variable speed receivers. Twisting the joystick clockwise or counterclockwise zooms the lens in or out.
Keys select cameras and monitors; operate presets, patterns, auxiliaries, and sequences; open and close the iris; zoom and focus the lens; and start and stop auto, frame, and random scanning.
The keyboard can be used in six modes of operation: CM6700/CM6800/CM9760-SAT Mode, Direct P, Direct D, CM6700 ASCII, CM6800 ASCII/DX8100, and CM9760-MDA. The KBD300A keyboard automatically recognizes CM6700/CM6800 and Direct P modes. The KBD300A must be operated in CM6700 ASCII mode when used with the DX4500/DX4600 Series DVRs and the Digital Sentry® KBD300A DS ControlPoint server or remote client. The keyboard must run ?rmware 5.0 or later to operate in CM6700 ASCII mode.
In the ?rst two modes, the keyboard is plugged into a CM6700, CM6800, or CM9760-SAT switcher/controller unit (SCU) and is used to program and operate the SCU. The maximum number of keyboards per unit is eight (CM6700 and CM6800-32X6), sixteen (CM6800-48X8, CM6800E-48X8, and CM6800-96X16) or four (CM9760-SAT). In CM6700/CM6800 applications, the keyboard can control cameras connected directly to the SCU or through an MX4000 Series Genex® multiplexer.
If you do not need all the features of the CM6700/CM6800 SCU but want the same keyboard functionality, then one keyboard can be wired directly to camera receivers in Direct P or Direct D mode (KBD-KIT is required).