AW-RP150

  • How many cameras can be connected and operated?

     Up to 200 cameras over IP connection plus up to 5 cameras over RS422 connection.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • How many AW-RP150 units can be existed in the same system (same IP network)?

    Up to 5 units.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • How many position presets can be set?

     Up to 100 presets per camera.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • Does the AW-RP150 support PoE powering standard?

     Yes, the AW-RP150 supports PoE+(IEEE802.3at) standard.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • Is there any problem when I supply power from PoE+ and AC adaptor simultaneously?

     No problem. The camera works with power from the AC adaptor when two power sources are connected.

    Note that the camera reboots when disconnect the AC adaptor while supplying power from both PoE and AC adaptor, to perform some necessary steps of PoE+ powering up process.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • I heard that AC adaptor does not come standard with the AW-RP150. What is recommended power supply?

     AW-PS551 is recommended.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • Is it okay to mix cameras IP and Serial (RS422) controled in a single system?

     Yes, mixing IP and RS422 connection is no problem.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • What is the use of a straight through and crossover cable for IP connection?

     You may need to use a crossover cable when connect between a camera and the AW-RP150 directly.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • Does the AW-RP150 have switcher link function like the AW-RP50 and the AW-HS50?

     No, the AW-RP150 does not have such a link function.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • What are supported PTZ cameras?

     The AW-UE150 only, as of February 2019.

     

    Following products will be supported in March 2019.

    - AW-HR140 - AW-HE130W/K - AW-HN130W/K - AW-UE70W/K - AW-UN70W/K - AW-HE40 series - AW-HN40 series

    * Firmware update (camera side) may be required.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • What is the purpose of 3G SDI INPUT?

     Followings are major purposes.

    - To display menu characters of the cameras on the built-in LCD panel.

    - As for focus assist (Touch-focus, peaking-focus.) control *1

    - To display crop markers and operate cropping (Region of Interest, ROI) function *1

     

    *1: Available when team up with the AW-UE150 camera.

     

    Updated February 2019

  • What are the supported formats of 3G SDI INPUT?

     Please refer below for acceptable TV formats.

    - 1080/59.94p (LEVEL-A only)

    - 1080/50p (LEVEL-A only)

    - 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 1080/23.98p, 1080/25p, 1080/23.98PsF, 1080/25PsF

     

    Updated February 2019

  • About image cropping function in the AW-UE150 camera, can I select or adjust area to be cropped? Or is it fixed?

     Area to be cropped in an image can be selected on the AW-RP150.

    To show crop marker on the built-in LCD display, supply a video signal from MONITOR OUT of the AW-UE150 to the 3G SDI INPUT of the AW-RP150 and then press "PICTURE" button.

     

    To adjust marker position, press the "ENABLE" button located near to the joystick until the button is lit in green.

     

    Note: This cropping function is available only with the AW-UE150 camera. (as of February 2019)

     

     

    Updated February 2019

  • I want to turn ON all the cameras under controled in the same network, by turning ON the controller. Is it possbile?

     Yes, Please set following menu item to do.

    1. Press the "SYSTEM" button to open system menu.

    2. Choose "1. CAMERA", and set "AUTO POWER" item to ON.

    Note: It functions for power ON only, does not function when turning OFF.

     

     

    Updated February 2019

  • I connected an AW-RP150 controller and an AW-UE150 camera with a LAN cable, and performed automatic IP configuration command ("AUTO IP SET") on the AW-RP150. But the controller does NOT recognize the camera at all…

    Operating the AW-UE150 over IP will not work without performing "User registration" on the AW-UE150.

    Connect a computer to the camera over IP network and access the camera via web browser to show initial user registration screen on the browser.

    After registering your user name and password, connection over IP network becomes available.

     

     

    Updated February 2019

  • I want to use the IP function or update the firmware of the AW-UE150, but I do not know the ID and password ...

     IP connection or updating AW-UE150 is not available without doing "User registration" on the AW-UE150.

    Connect a computer to the camera over IP network and access the camera via web browser to show initial user registration screen on the browser.

    After registering your user name and password, network connection becomes available.

    Please refer to the install procedure for details of updating the firmware of AW-UE150.

     

     

    Updated July 2019