Control 2-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R2X

Quick Timer R2X software is designed to set timer to control 2-channel relay boards automatically.

Here will show you how to control 2-channel ProXR relay board of National Control Devices with Quick Timer R2X.

1. Plug-in power for 2-channel ProXR relay board, and connect it to your computer through USB interface or Ethernet interface.

2. Download, install and run Quick Timer R2X software.

Quick Timer R2X

3. Click Configure button to open Configuration panel.

  • Select Manufacturer – National Control Devices
  • Select Device Type – ProXR
  • Select connection interface
    •  Serial Port/USB for RS-232 and USB interface, select the right Port Name and Baud Rate 115200 for ProXR relay board
    • Network  for Ethernet interface, input IP address and Port 2101 for ProXR relay board

Quick Timer R2X - Configuration

4. Click OK button on Configuration panel. You will see the connection information about the relay board is shown on the left side of status bar. In middle of the status bar, there is a flashing arrow. It indicates the ProXR relay board has been connected with Quick Timer R2X software.

Quick Timer R2X - Connection Status

5. It’s ready to control the relay board manually with Quick Timer R2X.

  • Click Turn All On/Turn All Off button to control all 2 channels together.
  • Or click  On/Off switcher for each channel to control separately.

Quick Timer R2X - Control manully

6. Click Setting button for each channel to set up Duration and Action for auto control.

Quick Timer R2X - Setting for auto control

7. Press Start All button to step into auto control mode for all 2 channels, or press Start button for each channel to control the relay separately.

Quick Timer R2X - Start auto control

Here is an example video. It shows how to set timer to control 2-channel ProXR relay board with Quick Timer R2X.

See also:

Control 4-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R4X

Control 8-channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R8X

Control 16-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R16X

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Control 4-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R4X

Quick Timer R4X software is designed to set timer to control 4-channel relay boards automatically.

Here will show you how to control 4-channel ProXR relay board of National Control Devices with Quick Timer R4X.

1. Plug-in power for 4-channel ProXR relay board, and connect it to your computer through USB interface or Ethernet interface.

4-channel ProXR Relay Board

2. Download, install and run Quick Timer R4X software.

Quick Timer R4X

3. Click Configure button to open Configuration panel.

  • Select Manufacturer – National Control Devices
  • Select Device Type – ProXR
  • Select connection interface
    • Serial Port/USB for RS-232 and USB interface, select the right Port Name and Baud Rate 115200 for ProXR relay board
    • Network  for Ethernet interface, input IP address and Port 2101 for ProXR relay board

Quick Timer R4X - Configuration

4. Click OK button on Configuration panel. You will see the connection information about the relay board is shown on the left side of status bar. In middle of the status bar, there is a flashing arrow. It indicates the ProXR relay board has been connected with Quick Timer R4X software.

Quick Timer R4X - Connection Status

5. It’s ready to control the relay board manually with Quick Timer R4X.

  • Click Turn All On/Turn All Off button to control all 4 channels together.
  • Or click  On/Off switcher for each channel to control separately.

Quick Timer R4X - Control manully

6. Click Setting button for each channel to set up Duration and Action for auto control.

Quick Timer R4X - Setting for auto control

7. Press Start All button to step into auto control mode for all 4 channels, or press Start button for each channel to control the relay separately.

Quick Timer R4X - Start auto control

Here is an example video. It shows how to set timer to control 4-channel ProXR relay board with Quick Timer R4X.

See also:

Control 2-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R2X

Control 8-channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R8X

Control 16-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R16X

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Control 16-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R16X

Quick Timer R16X software is designed to set timer to control 16-channel relay boards automatically.

Here will show you how to control 16-channel ProXR relay board of National Control Devices with Quick Timer R16X.

1. Plug-in power for 16-channel ProXR relay board, and connect it to your computer through USB interface or Ethernet interface.

16-channel ProXR Relay Board

2. Download, install and run Quick Timer R16X software.

Quick Timer R16X

3. Click Configure button to open Configuration panel.

  • Select Manufacturer – National Control Devices
  • Select Device Type – ProXR
  • Select connection interface
    • Serial Port/USB for RS-232 and USB interface, select the right Port Name and Baud Rate 115200 for ProXR relay board
    • Network  for Ethernet interface, input IP address and Port 2101 for ProXR relay board

Quick Timer R16X - Configuration

4. Click OK button on Configuration panel. You will see the connection information about the relay board is shown on the left side of status bar. In middle of the status bar, there is a flashing arrow. It indicates the ProXR relay board has been connected with Quick Timer R16X software.

Quick Timer R16X - Connection Status

5. It’s ready to control the relay board manually with Quick Timer R16X.

  • Click Turn All On/Turn All Off button to control all 16 channels together.
  • Or click  On/Off switcher for each channel to control separately.

Quick Timer R16X - Control manually

6. Click Setting button for each channel to set up Duration and Action for auto control.

Quick Timer R16X - Setting for auto control

7. Press Start All button to step into auto control mode for all 16 channels, or press Start button for each channel to control the relay separately.

Quick Timer R16X - Start Auto Control

Here is an example video. It shows how to set timer to control 16-channel ProXR relay board with Quick Timer R16X.

See also:

Control 2-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R2X

Control 4-Channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R4X

Control 8-channel ProXR Relay Board with Quick Timer R8X

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Conditional Control Relays with N-Button

N-Button software allows you to create widgets to control relay boards.  You can not only simply turn relay on or off, but set up conditional rule to control relays.

Here will show you an example about how to set up conditional rule to control relays.

We will use the push button of push notification board to control relay board. Both of the push notification board and relay board are from National Control Devices. We already have a blog about how to control/toggle relays by push notification board.

N-Button Automation: Toggle Relay by Push Notification Board

We will add conditional rule to avoid Relay 1 and Relay 2 to be on at the same time. That is,

  • When Relay 1 is ON, Relay 2 can NOT be ON;
  • When Relay 2 is ON, Relay 1 can NOT be ON;

This might be happened when you use relay board to control two different doors or valves, if you don’t want them to be opened at the same time.

Step 1: Be sure you already installed N-Button software, connected push notification board and relay board to your computer.

Relay Board and Push Notification Board

Step 2: Run N-Button Lite or Pro, add push notification board and relay board to Device Manager.

N-Button software - Add Devices

Step 3: Add two Relay Buttons to toggle Relay 1 and Relay 2 separately.

N-Button software - Add Relay Button

You will see the Relay Button widgets on your desktop. Click the button with your mouse to turn on/off Relay 1 and Relay 2 separately. Green means the relay is ON. Red means the relay is OFF.

N-Button software -Relay Button Widget

Step 4: Add two Scan Channel widgets to indicate the status of Push Button 1 and Push Button 2.N-Button software -Add Scan Channel Widget

You will see the Scan Channel widgets on your desktop. Both of them show red. When you press one of the Push Button down it will turn green.

N-Button software - Scan Channel Widget

Step 5:  Add two simple Conditions for Relay 1 and Relay 2 separately. The initial status of conditions are Meet. The condition works as a mark for relay channel. The relay will be controlled as long as the condition is Meet.

N-Button software - Add Conditions

Step 6: Add two Actions List for both Push Buttons. Once the Push Button is pressed, the Actions on the list will be executed one by one.

N-Button software - Add Actions List

For Push Button 1, when the button is pressed there are 5 actions will be executed.

  • Lock Relay 2 : It is a Condition Action to set the Condition 2 (Mark for Relay 2) as Not Meet.
  • Turn Relay 1 On: It is a Relay Action to turn Relay 1 On.
  • Wait: It is a Wait Action. Input the time you want the Relay 1 keeping On.
  • Turn Relay 1 Off: It is a Relay Action to turn Relay 1 Off.
  • Unlock Relay 2 : It is a Condition Action to set the Condition 2 (Mark for Relay 2) as Meet.

In the same way, the 5 actions for Push Button 2 shown as below.

N-Button software - Actions List

  • Lock Relay 1 : It is a Condition Action to set the Condition 1 (Mark for Relay 1) as Not Meet.
  • Turn Relay 2 On: It is a Relay Action to turn Relay 2 On.
  • Wait: It is a Wait Action. Input the time you want the Relay 2 keeping On.
  • Turn Relay 2 Off: It is a Relay Action to turn Relay 2 Off.
  • Unlock Relay 1 : It is a Condition Action to set the Condition 1 (Mark for Relay 1) as Meet.

We have finished all settings. You will see 4 widgets on your desktop.

N-Button software - Widgets 

When you press Push Button 1, you will see the Relay Button 1 and Scan Channel 1 turn green. Try to press push button 2 during 5 seconds after you press the Push Button 1, there is no action for Relay 2.

 N-Button software - Widgets - Relay1 ON

After 5 seconds, Relay 1 is Off. Press the Push Button 2, you will see the Relay Button 2 and Scan Channel 2 turn green. Try to press Push Button 1 during 5 seconds after you press the Push Button 2, there is no action for Relay 1 also.

N-Button software - Widgets - Relay 2 ON

The video shows how it works.

Here we just set the Relay 1 and Relay 2 keeping On for 5 seconds, you can set the time you want.  With the condition rule, you have more ways to control relays with N-Button software.

See also:

N-Button Automation: Control Relay with Push Notification Board

N-Button Automation: Toggle Relay by Push Notification Board

N-Button Automation Control Device with Conditional Rule

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Control K8090/VM8090 with Relay Timer R8X

Relay Timer R8X software

There are several ways to control Velleman K8090/VM8090 8-Channel USB Relay card:

This blog will show you an example about how to use Relay Timer R8X software to control K8090/VM8090.

Example task for controlling the K8090 with Relay Timer R8X

At 11:00:00am, we want the K8090 to:

  • Turn Relay 1-8 On one by one with 2-second interval (11:00:00 –11:00:14)
  • Then turn Relay 1-8 OFF one by one with 2-second interval (11:00:16 –11:00:30)
  • And then turn Relay 1-8 All On for 8 seconds (11:00:32 –11:00:40)

Setting up Relay Timer R8X to control the K8090

1. Connect K8090 with your computer through USB cable.

2. Download and Install  Relay Timer R8X software.

3. Launch Relay Timer R8X, set up connection for Relay Timer R8X and K8090.

    • Click Configure button to open Configuration panel
    • Select Manufacturer –>Velleman
    • Select Device Type –> VM8090/K8090
    • Select Port Name for connected K8090

Relay Timer R8X - Configuration - Velleman VM8090/K8090

Once the connection is set up, you will see the connection information on Relay Timer R8X status bar.

Relay Timer R8X - Connection Status- Velleman VM8090/K8090

The flashing arrow means the K8090 has been connected with Relay Timer R8X successfully. It’s ready to control the K8090 relay channels.

There are 8 control panels for K8090 8-relay channels separately. It includes relay channel name, relay channel number, relay status light, auto control area and manual Control area.

Relay Timer R8X - Control Panel

You can also control all relay channels manually together with All On and All Off button. After you set up auto control setting for all relay channels, click All Auto button to switch all relay channels in auto control mode. All relay channels will be turned on/off according to the setting automatically.

Relay Timer R8X - Control Buttons

4. Set auto control alarm for Relay 1.

  • Click auto control Setting button for Relay 1 to open Relay Setting panel
  • Click Add button to open Schedule Setting panel
  • Select Relay Status –Turn On
  • Set up Schedule Time Start as 11:00:00
  • Set up Schedule Time End as 11:00:16

Relay Timer R8X - Automation Control -Setting

  • Click OK button back to Relay Setting panel, you will see Schedule 1 is added here
  • Click Add button again to add Schedule 2
      • Select Relay Status –Turn On
      • Set up Schedule Time Start as 11:00:32
      • Set up Schedule Time End as 11:00:40

Relay Timer R8X - Automation Control - Schedule Setting

  • Click OK button back to Relay Setting panel, you will see Schedule 2 is added also

Relay Timer R8X - Automation Control - Relay Setting 1

  • Click OK button on Relay Setting panel to finish auto control setting for Rely1

5.  Follow Step 4 to set auto control alarm for Relay 2-8.

  • When add Schedule 1 for Relay 2-8, the Start time should be 2 seconds later than the previous channel, and the End time should be 2 seconds later than the previous channel also. That means each relay channel will be turned on 16 seconds. Schedule 1 Start time and End time for Relay 2-8 should be like below:
    • Relay 2 – 11:00:02 –11:00:18
    • Relay 3 – 11:00:04 –11:00:20
    • Relay 4 – 11:00:06 –11:00:22
    • Relay 5 – 11:00:08 –11:00:24
    • Relay 6 – 11:00:10 –11:00:26
    • Relay 7 – 11:00:12 –11:00:28
    • Relay 8 – 11:00:14 –11:00:30
  • Add the same Schedule 2 for Relay 2-8 as Relay 1 in Step 4. Each relay channel will be turned on during 11:00:32 – 11:00:40
  • The Relay Setting for Relay 8 should be shown as below

Relay Timer R8X - Automation Control - Relay Setting 8

6. After finishing the auto control settings for all relay channels, click All Auto button to make sure each relay channel stay in auto control mode.  You can also click down Auto mode button on each relay channel manually one by one. Keep relay channels in auto control mode is very important, the schedule settings work only for auto control mode.

Relay Timer R8X - All Auto Control

7. Then,  you will see when the clock turns to 11:00:00, the relay channels will be turned on one by one and turned off one by one, and all on for a while and all off, shows like the video below.

Above is just a simple example for using Relay Timer R8X to control K8090. You can have your own Schedule settings to control K8090/VM8090 freely.

See Also:

Smart Control K8090/VM8090 with N-Button Software

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Control K8090/VM8090 with Quick Timer R8X

Velleman K8090/VM8090 8-Channel USB Relay card allows you to control 8 different relay channels through serial port(COM port). You can turn on/off relays by K8090/VM8090 demo application.

Velleman K8090 Relay card

If you want to set timer to control each relay channel automatically, you will like Quick Timer R8X software.

Quick Timer R8X Software

Quick Timer R8X is special designed to control 8-channel relay boards for both serial port/USB or Ethernet connection interface.

The latest Quick Timer R8X v2.5 supports K8090/VM8090  8-channel USB relay card. It’s very easy to set timer for each relay channel. The relay channels can be controlled  not only just turn on or turn off manually, but also turn on/off  automatically with loop setting.

Follow the example below, you will see how easy to control K8090/VM8090 with Quick Timer R8X. It will show out great solutions for lights control, science experiments control, home automation control, energy conservation control, all kind of industry control, and so on.

Here is an example to control K8090 with Quick Timer R8X.

Task:  during 30 seconds,

  • Turn Relay 1 -4 on 2 seconds, and off 3 seconds
  • Turn Relay 5-8 on 5 seconds, and off seconds

Here are the steps to set up Quick Timer R8X to control K8090.

1. Connect K8090 with your computer through USB cable.

2. Download and Install Quick Timer R8X software.

3. Launch Quick Timer R8X, set up connection for Quick Timer R8X and K8090.

    • Click Configure button to open Configuration panel
    • Select Manufacturer –>Velleman
    • Select Device Type –> VM8090/K8090
    • Select Port Name for connected K8090

Quick Timer R8X - Configuration - Velleman K8090/VM8090

Once the connection is set up, you will see the connection information on Quick Timer R8X status bar.

Quick Timer R8X - Connection Status - Velleman K8090/VM8090

The flashing arrow means the connection is valid. Now, you can control K8090 relay channels with Quick Timer R8X. Each relay channel has a independent control panel. It includes relay channel number, Timer Bar, Auto Control Bar, Auto Control Setting Button, Manual Control Switch, and Relay Status Light.

Quick Timer R8X - Relay Control Panel

You can also control all relay channels manually together with Turn All On/Off button. If you have set up auto control setting for all relay channels, click Start All button to control all at the same time.

Quick Timer R8X - Relay Control Buttons

4. Set auto control timer for Relay 1.

  • Click auto control Setting button for Relay 1 to open Relay 1 Setting panel.
  • Set up Duration for 30 seconds
  • Select Action –>Program
  • Check Always Loop
  • Click Add button to open Item Setting panel
  • Set up Turn On 2 Seconds and Turn Off 3 seconds, keep Loop Count 1
  • Click OK button on Item Setting panel back to Relay1 Setting panel
  • Click OK button on Relay 1 Setting panel to finish the setting

Quick Timer R8X - Relay Control Item Setting 1

5. Follow Step 4 to set the same auto control timer for Relay 2-4.

6. Set auto control timer for Relay 5.

  • Click auto control Setting button for Relay 5 to open Relay 5 Setting panel.
  • Set up Duration for 30 seconds
  • Select Action –>Program
  • Check Always Loop
  • Click Add button to open Item Setting panel
  • Set up Turn On 5 Seconds and Turn Off 5 seconds, keep Loop Count 1
  • Click OK button on Item Setting panel back to Relay1 Setting panel
  • Click OK button on Relay 1 Setting panel to finish the setting

Quick Timer R8X - Relay Control Item Setting 5

7. Follow Step 6 to set the same auto control timer for Relay 6-8.

8. Click Start All button to run auto control timers for 8 relay channels together. You will see during 30 seconds, Relay 1 -4 on 2 seconds, and off 3 seconds; Relay 5-8 on 5 seconds, and off 5 seconds, just like the video shows below.

Quick Timer R8X allows you to control K8090 relay channels automatically with timer.

To control K8090 relay channels automatically with alarm, please see:

Control K8090/VM8090 with Relay Timer R8X

To smart control K8090 relay channels automatically according to sunrise and sunset,  please see:

Smart Control K8090/VM8090 with N-Button Software

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Smart Control K8090/VM8090 with N-Button Software

N-Button software allows you to create button/widgets to control Serial Port or Network devices without any programming. It has built-in rules for automation control. It’s so easy to realize smart control K8090/VM8090 relay card with N-Button software.

If you have K8090/VM8090 connected with outdoor security lights, you may like to control the lights automatically according to sunset and sunrise.  For example,

  • Turn on relays 10 minutes after sunset
  • Turn off relays 10 minutes before sunrise

Here will show you how to set up N-Button software to do that. 

1. Once you have your security lights connected with K8090/VM8090, be sue to connect K8090/VM8090 with your computer through USB cable.

2. Download and Install N-Button Pro. (N-Button Lite version works also)

3. Launch N-Button Pro, you will see N-Button Pro Manager panel.

4. Click Device Manager to add a new device K8090.

  • Select Manufacturer – Velleman
  • Select Device Type – VM8090/K8090
  • Select Port Name for connected K8090

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  • Click OK on about panels, you will see 1 Device is added to N-Button Pro.

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5. Add a Relay Button to Toggle All Relays.

  • Click Relay Button to open Properties –Relay Button panel
  • Input a new name or keep the default name
  • Select  Device – K8090
  • Select Action – Toggle All Relays
  • Select Style for the button
  • Input the location or keep default value
  • Select button size or keep default setting

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  • Click OK on Properties – Relay Button panel, you will see the Relay Button is added.

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  • Click OK on N-Button Pro Manager, you will see the button shows on right-top corner of  your desktop. You can click and drag to move it.

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  • Click the button, you will see all K8090 relays On. Click the button again, all relays off. This indicates K8090 relay card works well with N-Button Pro software.

6. Add Automation control rule to turn on all relays 10 minutes after sunset.

  • Right-click the desktop button to show pop-up menu. Click N-Button Pro Manager to show the N-Button Pro Manager panel.

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  • Click Automation to show Automation Manager panel
  • Click New to show Rule Type panel
  • Click Time Point Rule to show Time Point Rule panel

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  • On Time Point Rule panel, click the first Setting for Time Point to show Automation Rule –Time Point Setting
    • Select Event Time
    • Select Event – Sunset – After
    • Input Time Offset 00:10:00
    • Be sure to input Latitude and Longitude of your location

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  • You can click Check Sunrise/Sunset Time to see sunrise and sunset time for your location.

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  • Click OK back to Time Point Rule panel
  • Click the second Setting to set up ‘Action when Current Time is On Time Point ‘.
    • Select Action Type – Relay Action
    • Select Action Device – K8090
    • Select Control Action – Turn ON All Relays

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  • Click OK on setting panel, you will see Time Point Rule panel like below.

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  • Click OK on Time Point Rule panel, back to Automation Manager panel. You will see ‘On after Sunset‘ rule is added here.

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7. Add Automation control rule to turn off all relays 10 minutes before sunrise.

  • Click New again to show Rule Type panel.

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  • Add the rule for Off before Sunrise similar as settings in Step 6. Time Point Rule panel should show as below.

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  • After settings, both rules will be list on Automation Manager panel shown as below.

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  • Click OK on Automation Manager panel back to N-Button Pro Manager panel.
  • Click OK on N-Button Pro Manager panel to finish all settings for smart control K8090.

Please make sure the computer installed with N-Button software and connected with K8090 is running all the time. You will see your security lights connected with K8090 are controlled automatically according to sunset and sunrise.

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PTZ Controller Supports Xbox 360 Controller for Joystick

PTZ Controller software allows you control PTZ camera with joystick. It works well with Logitech’s joystick and gamepad. The latest PTZ Controller v3.6 supports Xbox 360 controllers also.

Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

  • Connect Xbox 360 controller to you computer first.
  • Run PTZ Controller v3.6
  • Click menu Joystick –> Connect –> Xbox 360 For Windows(It will list automatically.)

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You will see Xbox 360 controller is connected with PTZ Controller.

PTZ Controller - Joystick- Xbox 360 Controller for Windows

  • Click menu Joystick –> Calibrate to show Calibrate Joystick Controller panel.

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Xbox 360 controller for Windows

Move sticks or press buttons on Xbox 360 controller, you will see the matched name on Calibrate Joystick Controller panel shown as table below.  You can also adjust Start Position, Speed Mode for sticks here.

Xbox 360 controller PTZ controller
Left stick Stick X, Stick Y
Right stick Stick RX, Stick RY
Face Button A Button 1
Face Button B Button 2
Face Button X Button 3
Face Button Y Button 4
Left bumper Button 5
Right bumper Button 6
Button Back Button 7
Button Start Button 8
Press Left Stick Button 9
Press Right Stick Button 10

When you press Left trigger and Right trigger on Xbox 360 controller, you will see Stick U works, but we don’t recommend you set up those triggers for PTZ camera control.

For Xbox 360 controller Directional pad, PTZ Controller support Up, Down, Left, Right, 4 directions only. You will find the list names in Joystick Configuration panel, PoV Up, PoV Down, PoV Left and PoV Right.

PTZ Controller Joystick Configuration

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PTZ Controller Panasonic AW Protocol Properties Panel

PTZ Controller software supports Panasonic AW and WV protocols. The latest PTZ Controller v3.6 supports Properties panel for Panasonic AW Protocol.

PTZ Controller - Panasonic AW protocol

It allows you to select the control mode for Pan / Tilt.

PTZ Controller - Panasonic AW protocol- Properties

For Panasonic Pan / Tilt system, you need select simple mode. It will send command for Pan / Tilt like #P[data] and #T[data], and send other commands like #PTS[data].

PTZ Controller - Panasonic AW Protocol- Properties - Simple    PTZ Controller - Panasonic AW protocol- Properties - Compound

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Variable Speed Zoom Control for Sony VISCA Protocol

Sony PTZ camera control protocol (VISCA protocol) allows you to control Zoom for camera in constant speed or variable speed. Some PTZ cameras , not Sony cameras, works with variable speed zoom control ONLY.

The latest PTZ Controller v3.5 supports to control Zoom in variable speed for PTZ cameras using Sony VISCA protocol.

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On Camera Setting panel, once you select Protocol-> Sony (VISCA), you will see Properties button beside the Sony protocol. Click Properties to show the Sony (VISCA) Properties panel.  Then you can select Constant or Variable mode for Zoom control.

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See also:

Control Sony VISCA Camera OSD Menu with PTZ Controller

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