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Pelco Esprit ES30C/ES31C

General information

For more details and information about the Pelco Esprit ES30C/ES31C unit, please contact Pelco.


Communications info

Method: RS232 or RS485
Baudrate: 2400, 4800, 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1


Supported functions

Type: Relative
Pan: -180 to 180 (360 total - continuous)
Tilt: -83 to +33 (116 total)
Zoom: Yes
Focus: Autofocus with manual override
Iris: Autoiris with manual override


Lens info

Zoom: 16x - 22x optical zoom, 10x digital zoom, f=4~88, min F1.4
NOTE! These values are version dependent,  please contact Pelco for exact values.

Power requirements
Voltage: 24V AC or 120/230V AC (version dependent).


Protocol info

Protocol name: "Pelco Digital Coaxitron" also known as the "D" protocol
Number of units supported by protocol: 254


Connection schemes

View PTZ connection to camera/video server
View camera/video server RS485 pinout


Dip switches settings

Set the DIP-switches SW1 and SW2 placed behind the left cover of the pan/tilt unit as follows:
SW2:1-8 This corresponds to the value of Identity. The value is binary coded with SW2:1 as the least significant bit.
 
SW1:1-3
OFF, OFF, OFF = 2400 baud.
ON,  OFF, OFF = 4800 baud.
OFF, ON,  OFF = 9600 baud.
Note! SW1:3 is not used. Set it in the OFF position.
 
SW1:4
This switch is not used. Set it in the OFF position.
 
SW1:5
Set this switch to OFF position.
 
SW1:6
Set this switch to OFF position.
The last unit on a RS-422/RS-485 bus should be terminated.
Select termination with the jumper SW1:7 and SW1:8 (see below).
SW1:7
OFF = RS422 transmitter is not terminated.
ON  = RS422 transmitter is terminated.
SW1:8
OFF = RS422 receiver is not terminated.
ON  = RS422 receiver is terminated.


Driver Specific settings

Identity: This is the address of the connected device(1-254). This value corresponds to DIP-switch settings in the connected device.
Movement,
Picture Speed:
This is the maximum speed used with click-in-picture movement. This speed depends on the distance from the center of the image - the further away from the center the higher the speed becomes, and reaches its maximum value at the edge of the picture.
Movement,
Picture Time:
This is the time between the start and the stop commands for a click-in-picture movement. This time is independent of where in the picture you click.
Movement,
Move Speed:
The Speed used when one of the 8-arrow buttons are clicked and when the CGI commands "rpan" and "rtilt" are used.
Movement,
Move Time:
This value is the time it takes for the dome to move one degree at the speed given above. Used when one of the 8-arrow buttons are clicked and when the CGI commands "rpan" and "rtilt" are used.
Zoom, Time: The maximum time for a zoom move, used when you click the ends of the relative zoom bar. If you click closer to the center the time will be scaled to reflect this, i.e the further from the center you click, the longer the time used. This also affects the "rzoom" cgi-command.
Focus, Time: The maximum time for a focus move, used when you click the ends of the relative focus bar. If you click closer to the center, the time will be scaled to reflect this. i.e the further from the center you click, the longer the time used. This also affects the "rfocus" cgi-command.
Iris, Time: The maximum time for an iris move, used when you click the ends of the relative iris bar. If you click closer to the center, the time will be scaled to reflect this, i.e the further from the center you click, the longer the time used. This also affects the "riris" cgi-command.