Receiver Driver Units: Control Devices for Pan/Tilt Units (Discontinued)

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This product is discontinued

Datasheet
Installation Manual

The RDxPTx-P Series of Receiver/Driver Units (RDU’s) are control devices for Pan/Tilt units. They are available in high- or low-voltage versions and can be used with any of the Aigis Pan/Tilt units. The RDU accepts Pelco D code commands from a joystick via RS232 or RS485. The RDU translates these codes into voltages to drive the Pan/Tilt motors. Using Aigis RDU’s, an operator is able to set pre-positions (such as a driveway or the front door of a building) and recall them via joystick commands, causing the camera to move from it’s current position and adjust to point at the designated field of view. Aigis RDU’s also have a pre-position feature for zoom lenses. When paired with a pre-position zoom lens, the RDU is able to incorporate zoom and focus settings into stored pre-positions.

Features

  • LCD menu display
  • RS485/RS232 Input
  • Pre-position Lens support
  • Preset, Home position, Autoscan features
  • 24VAC Auxiliary Output
  • 3x Auxiliary Relays
  • Local Execution
  • Outdoor Rated enclosure
Model
Pan/Tilt Controllers 
RD6PT6-PReceiver Driver Unit, 110V/60Hz input, 110VAC output to Pan/Tilt motors, includes 24VAC auxiliary power up to 24VA
RD6PT2-PReceiver Driver Unit, 110VAC/60Hz input, 24VAC output to Pan/Tilt motors, includes 24VAC auxiliary power up to 96VA (power required by pan and tilt motors consume 12VA each and subtract from the available 96VA)
RD5PT5-PReceiver Driver Unit, 220V/50Hz input, 220VAC output to Pan/Tilt motors, includes 24VAC auxiliary power up to 24VA
RD5PT2-PReceiver Driver Unit, 220VAC/50Hz input, 24VAC output to Pan/Tilt motors, includes 24VAC auxiliary power up to 96VA (power required by pan and tilt motors consume 12VA each and subtract from the available 96VA)
RD2PT2-PReceiver Driver Unit, 24VAC 50/60Hz input, 24VAC output to Pan/Tilt motors. Input power must be sufficient to power the RDU control boards (<3W) as well as the pan/tilt motors and any devices connected to the 24VAC auxiliary port.