GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000 Joystick Controller for PTZ Cameras (RCC1000 Replacement)

MANUFACTURER: GO ELECTRONIC
PART NUMBER: GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000

PRICE: $599.00

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GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000 Joystick Controller for PTZ Cameras (RCC1000 Replacement)

GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000 Joystick Controller for PTZ Cameras (RCC1000 Replacement)

MANUFACTURER: GO ELECTRONIC
PART NUMBER: GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000
PRICE: $599.00

AVAILABILITY: IN STOCK


GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000

The RCC4000 pan tilt zoom joystick controller replaces the original RCC1000. Similar to the RCC1000, the new model supports VISCA protocol meaning it will work with any ptz camera using the VISCA command protocol. In addition to the joystick and keyboard, the controller has a small screen for displaying commands and the camera's working status.

**NEW!** Upgrades with the RCC4000:
  • Shortcut keys for camera selection (up to six cameras)
  • Shortcut keys for four preset positions
  • Larger screen for command/camera status display
  • Redesigned keyboard layout for easier, more efficient operation



    FEATURES
  • Supports VISCA protocol
    The RCC4000 works with Sony EVI, BRC, and SRG series PTZ cameras, Hitachi PTZ cameras and Go Electronic PTZ cameras
  • Set and recall presets PTZ cameras
    Now it's even easier to use preset positions with the RCC4000. Once preset positions have been set, you can easily access preset positions 1-4 with the push of just one button (access positions 5-9 with the push of two buttons)
  • Communication modes: RS232, RS422
    If selecting RS232, VISCA cables are required for connecting the camera(s) to the controller. If selecting RS422, Cat5/Cat6 cable is used for connecting the camera(s) to the controller. Please note, you are not able to use a combination of VISCA and network cable in a single system set-up since they use different communication modes.
  • All camera settings/functions can be set conveniently through function keys
  • Control up to six PTZ cameras with one controller in a daisy-chain configuration
    With the RCC4000, cameras can be selected with the push of one button. This makes controlling multiple cameras even easier.
    Multiple cameras are connected to the RCC4000 in a daisy-chain configuration meaning Camera 1 connects to the RCC4000, Camera 2 connects to Camera 1, Camera 3 connects to Camera 2 and so on. If using the RS232 communication mode, the first cable that connects Camera 1 to the RCC4000 is the EVI CONTROL CABLE, with a serial connector to connect to the RCC4000 and 8-pin mini-DIN connector to connect to the camera. Additional cameras are connected to one another using EVI DS CABLE with 8-pin mini-DIN connectors on both ends.
  • Touch sensitive joystick control of pan, tilt and zoom speed
  • Selectable speed range of pan/tilt control (low, medium, high, or super)
    The best speed range is dependent on the system setup and operator. For example, if the joystick is operated by someone who hasn't used it before, selecting one of the slower speed ranges would be ideal until the operator gets more comfortable with the sensitivity of the joystick. The slower speed range is also preferred if the camera will be operated in a zoomed in position much of the time. A faster speed range may be desirable if controlling multiple cameras since you would likely be changing a camera position while another camera is live. The 'Super' speed range is required when controlling certain cameras, such as Sony's BRC series cameras, because these cameras are built with a different motor mechanism that does not respond in the slower speed ranges.
  • Supports password lock of camera function keys
  • Key-press sound ('beep') on/off function
  • NOW INCLUDES FULL TWO YEAR PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY

    WHAT'S IN THE BOX
  • RCC4000 Joystick Controller
  • 12 VDC AC Adapter
  • 8 Foot VISCA EVI CONTROL CABLE (9pin D-Sub to 8 pin Mini Din)
  • Instruction Manual

    DOWNLOAD GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000 PRODUCT MANUAL

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  • GO ELECTRONIC RCC4000 FAQs

    Will the RCC4000 work as a replacement for the Sony RM-BR300?

    Yes the RCC4000 has similar features to the RM-BR300 and will work as a drop in replacement (works with the same cameras and cables).

    The RCC4000 will not operate the camera(s) using RS422 for control?
    Here are a few troubleshooting suggestions:
    - Make sure the camera(s) is set to RS422. Review your specific camera manual for instructions on how to change this setting.
    - If your system consists multiple cameras, make sure Camera 1 is installed and operating properly before installing camera two and so on. In other words, install/connect one camera at a time.
    - Verify that you have correctly wired the cameras. See the RCC4000 manual for a wiring diagram.
    - Verify that the camera(s) baud rate is correct (9600 bps). Review your specific camera manual for instructions on changing the baud rate.

    When controlling multiple cameras, how you do set the Camera IDs on the RCC1000?
    When the system is powered on, the cameras will be assigned an ID based on the order they are installed in the daisy-chain configuration. If camera assignment does not occur automatically (i.e., controller will not control all cameras in the chain), Press and hold [SetID] for 2 seconds and camera IDs will be set in sequence.

    Can this controller SIMULTANEOUSLY pan and zoom cameras? The Sony controller can do so, but I am noticing some other can not. They will pan, tilt or zoom but not at the same time.
    Yes the RCC4000 will simultaneously pan, tilt, AND zoom. So you can do any combination (two or three) of these control functions simultaneously.

    Can the RCC4000 control Sony's BRC series cameras?
    Yes, the RCC4000 can control Sony's BRC series of PTZ cameras. However, you will need to set the pan/tilt speed range to HIGH or SUPER (see page 6 of RCC4000 manual) because the BRC camera motor is different than the EVI camera motor.

    How is the RCC4000 joystick controller connected to the GOHD400 ptz camera?

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