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Bolin KBD-1010-RNV PTZ Camera Controller is able to control IP camera that is outside of local area network via WLAN. Protocol supported:
1. ONVIF
2. Visca-Over-IP

On the camera side, port forwarding needs to be configured within the network router.

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WLAN control usingvia Onvif protocol: Adding ONVIF cameras to be controlled via WAN

1.At Camera Location:
•For commands to flow from outside the network into a camera, ports must be opened
•Contact the network administrator at the camera location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 9090 (80 by default, try not to use it, too common, may create conflict, use anyone that is not 80)
o Destination / internal port: 80 (default)
o IP Address: IP Address of the camera
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
2. At Keyboard location:
• Set the keyboard to DHCP
• Contact the network administrator at the Keyboard location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 80 (default)
o Destination / internal port: 80 (default)
o IP Address: IP Address of the keyboard
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
• Within the Setup menu of the KBD-1010, add the ONVIF camera using the WAN IP of the camera location as the IP Address, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Enter the username of the camera, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Enter the password of the camera, click the P/T Speed dial to save
• Enter the port for the remote camera: 9090, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Exit

WLAN control using Visca-Over-IP protocol: Adding Visca-Over-IP cameras to be controlled via WAN:

1.At Camera Location:
•For commands to flow from outside the network in to a camera, ports must be opened
•Contact the network administrator at the camera location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 52381
o Destination / internal port: 52381
o IP Address: IP Address of the camera
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
2. At Keyboard location:
•Set the keyboard to DHCP
•Contact the network administrator at the Keyboard location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 52381
o Destination / internal port: 52381
o IP Address: IP Address of the keyboard
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
•Within the Setup menu of the KBD-1010, add the VISCA over IP camera using the WAN IP of the camera location as the IP Address
•Click the P/T Speed dial to save

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How to do Configuration File Export & Import

When you have more than one new keyboards need to be added to the same system. This Configuration File Export & Import feature will help with duplicating the keyboard settings to new keyboards. It allows you to migrate the camera and keyboard setting data that have been configured from one keyboard to another.

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Follow the steps to export:
1. Login the Keyboard web interface via IE browser, use the IP address which you can get from the Keyboard Setting>IP Configuration. The user name is admin, password: No password, Keep the field empty.
2. After login, you will get the export & import list, the camera setting data and keyboard setting data need to be exported & imported separately.
3. Access to Export Camera Setting Data page, click Export button, it will start exporting. PLease make sure the keyboard LED OSD is under home screen(not accessing to any setting menu)
4. During the processing of exporting, the keyboard LED screen will display the percentage of the exporting progress, please do not do any operation during the whole exporting progress.


5. After export the data, please save the CameraBackup(or KeyboardBackup) file in your local laptop/PC
6. Keyboard Setting Data exporting operation is same as above.

Follow the steps to import:
1. Setup IP configuration to the new keyboard and login the web interface.
2. Access to Import Camera Setting Data or Import Keyboard Setting Data page.
3. Click Browser button to select the backup file, then click Import button to start importing. It will display the percentage of the importing process on keyboard LED screen.
4. After finishing importing the backup file, the new keyboard configuration will be same as the original one, user doesn’t have to set up the new keyboard from beginning.

NOTE:
1. Before you start keyboard configuration file import, the IP address for the new keyboard has to be configured separately, configuration file export & import does not included IP address migration.
2. The export & import function is only available while the keyboard is under home screen.

 

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process

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How to make Tally Light I/O GPI

In order to use the keyboard controller to control the Tally light function among multiple cameras, you need to have the following conditions ready:
1. The cameras are Tally light function supported ready.
2. Video Switch which supports Tally light control function.
3. All cameras been connected in RS422 Daisy Chain mode.
4. Keyboard controller and Video Switch been connected via the Tally Contact port.

Follow the steps to setup:
A. GPI I/O Input mode – Tally signal is sent by Video Switch
1. Make sure cameras and keyboard controller is connected by standard RS422 control cable, keyboard and video switch connected by Tally function cable.
2. Access to KEYBOARD SETTING>GPI I/O>SETTING menu, change it to Input mode, then Exit to home directory.
3. After done the above operations, we can switch to different camera by video switch. for example, if we switch to camera 1 on video switch, it will send Tally signal to keyboard via the Tally function cable, and keyboard will transmit this Tally signal to camera 1 via RS422 control cable, so camera 1 Tally light will be turned on, and keyboard can control camera 1 PTZ.
4. If switch to camera 2 on video switch, camera 2 Tally light will be turned on and camera 1 Tally light will be turned off.

How to make Tally control cable, here we use Sony Mulit Camera Live Producer MCX-500 for example:

B. GPI I/O Output mode -Tally signal is sent by Keyboard Controller
1. Make sure cameras and keyboard controller is connected by standard RS422 control cable.
2. Access to KETBOARD SETTING>GPI I/O>SETTING menu, change it to Output mode, then Exit to home directory.
3. After done the above operations, we can switch to different camera by keyboard. For example, if we switch to camera 1 on keyboard, it will send Tally signal to camera 1 via standard RS422 control cable, so camera 1 Tally light will be turned on, and keyboard can control camera 1 PTZ.
4. If we switch to camera 2 on keyboard, camera 1 Tally light will be turned on and camera 1 Tally light will be turned off.

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How to add Visca-Over-IP cameras

In order to successfully add Visca-Over-IP cameras to Bolin KBD-1010-RNV Keyboard Controller, you need have the following conditions ready:
1. The cameras are Visca-Over-IP ready.
2. Connect the keyboard controller and the cameras within the same Local Area Network(LAN).
3. The camera IP address.
4. The control port for Visca over IP. By default, is 52381. Camera maker SONY, BOLIN uses port 52381. Other camera makers may use port 1259. Please consult your camera provider for port information.
5. Payload Header: A set of data carried with Visca-Over-IP protocol for camera compatibility identification. Some Visca-Over-IP cameras don’t have it. The camera maker that has the Payload Header: SONY, BOLIN. For the cameras from these makers, Set it ON. For the cameras from other makers, Set it OFF. Or consult the camera provider.

Follow the steps:

1. Complete the keyboard controller and camera network connection and configuration correctly.
2. Power on all the devices, check the network status works properly with “+” shown at right bottom corner within controller LED display.
3. When you have all the Visca-Over-IP cameras from one camera maker:
3.1 Go to Keyboard setting to set up Visca-Over-IP configuration.
3.2 Payload Header: Refer information above;
3.3 Port: Refer information above;
4. Individually manually adding Visca-Over-IP cameras IP address from Local Area Network (LAN)
4.1 Select the desire Camera ID you want to set to
4.2 Selecting VISCAIP (VISCA over IP) as the protocol;
4.3 Rotate the P/T Speed dial to setup IP address of the camera;
Click the Zoom Speed dial to save.
4.4 Payload Header: Refer information above;
4.5 Port: Refer information above;
5. From IP Search, individually adding Visca-Over-IP cameras IP address from Local Area Network (LAN)
5.1 Scanning local network for available VISCA over IP cameras
5.2 Press the Search button to bring up the Auto Search menu
5.3 Move the cursor to VISCA-IP, Select Yes to start the search
5.4 A list of discovered cameras will appear showing the cameras that have been discovered. Scroll through the discovered cameras using the Zoom Speed dial. To add a camera, press the ADD button
5.5 Assign the camera to a CAM ID by rotating the Zoom Speed dial, Click the Zoom Speed dial to save. Move the cursor to the Title, and use the alphanumeric keypad to give the camera a title, Click the Zoom Speed dial to save.

This keyboard supports any brand of Visca Over IP cameras in a same system.
If you have Visca-Over-IP cameras from more than one camera makers to be used within the same system network:
1. Follow the above steps to find and set up Visca-Over-IP camera individually;
2. To setup the Visca-Over-IP camera port(from different camera makers) differently for different cameras for different camera ID.
3. Save and Exit. camera that you wish to control with the KBD-1010 keyboard.

When the IP camera is successfully assigned to the controller, after you select the camera ID, on the controller LED display will be showing:

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RS232 connection
Use for the controller with Non-Bolin camera connection.
Follow the diagram below for the following options for RS232 connection:
1.Direct connection, use T-568B standard pin-out network cable (The cable included or you can make one following T-568B standard pin-out):
a.1 to 1 connection – Follow the pinout for the RS232 port on the keyboard to use CAT5/6 cable to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera.

b.1 to 1 connection, use Junction Box – Follow the pin-out for the RS232 port on the keyboard and Junction Box to use CAT5/6 cable (follow T-568B standard pinout between keyboard and Junction Box) to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera via Junction Box.

2.RS232 connection using multi-core control cable

3.RS232 connection with the camera having 8 Pin Mini Din RS232 connector.

4.RS232 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection via Junction Box:

5.RS232 connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adapter (Not Included, sold separately)

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RS422 Connection
There are two connection ways for the RS422 ports on keyboard rear panel
1.When Control Mode select PTZ Controller in Keyboard Setting:
• Keyboard RS422 (A or B) RJ-45 port are used for RS422 camera control.
• Keyboard RS422 (A or B) RJ-45 port are used for RS485 cameras control
2.When Control Mode select Video Router Switch in Keyboard Setting
• Keyboard RS422 (A) RJ-45 port is used to connect with Video Router/Matrix for video switching control
• Keyboard RS422 (B) RJ-45 port is used to connect RS422 camera or RS485 camera control.

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Follow the diagram below for the following options for RS422 connection:
1.Direct connection, use T-568B standard pinout network cable (The cable included or you can make one following T-568B standard pin-out):
a.1 to 1 connection – Follow the pinout for the RS422 port on the keyboard to use CAT5/6 cable to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera.

b.1 to 1 connection, Use Junction Box, – Follow the pinout for the RS422 port on the keyboard and Junction Box to use CAT5/6 cable (follow T-568B standard pinout between keyboard and Junction Box) to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera via Junction Box.

2.Use multi-core control cable (For Non-SONY Camera)

3.Use multi-core control cable (SONY Camera)

4.RS422 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection (Non-Sony Camera)

5.RS422 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection (Sony Camera)

6.RS422 1 to 1 connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adapter (Not Included, sold separately)

7.RS422 Daisy Chain connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adapter (Not Included, sold separately)

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How to make RS485 Connection with Bolin KBD-1010RNV PTZ Controller
Use for the controller with Non-Bolin camera connection. Bolin camera connection see the separate section following.

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Follow the diagram below for the following options:
NOTE:
• Use RS422 ports for RS485 connection.
• Only use TX+ and TX- for RS485 connection.

1.RS485 connection using network cable (follow T-568B standard pinout at keyboard end):
a.Direct Connection, 1 to 1 connection – Follow the pin-out for the RS485 port on the keyboard to use CAT5/6 cable to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera.

b.Use Junction Box, 1 to 1 connection – Follow the pinout for the RS485 port on the keyboard and Junction Box to use CAT5/6 cable (follow T-568B standard pinout between keyboard and junction box) to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera via Junction Box.

2.RS485 connection using multicore control cable via Junction Box

3.RS485 connection using multicore control cable via RJ45 to Phoenix connector adaptor (Not Included, sold separately)

4.RS485 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection

5.RS485 Daisy Chain connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adaptor (Not Included, sold separately)

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Keyboard Controller supports using any brand of Visca Over IP cameras in a same system

When you have more than one Visca-Over-IP cameras that are from different camera makers, for example Bolin, Sony, Marshall, Lumens…etc. Bolin KBD-1010-RNV PTZ controller allows you to use them in same system to control them seamlessly.

You just need to individually add all cameras to the controller by configuring the camera Visca-Over-IP parameters.

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How to configure multiple Visca-Over-IP cameras to be used within a same system, please refer to article: https://www.bolintechnology.com/information_entity/keyboard-controller-how-to-add-visca-over-ip-cameras/

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Most universal PTZ keyboard controller:
Cross Protocol Mix-control with RS232/RS422 and IP in one single system.

  • RS232 Protocol support: Visca,
  • RS422/485 Protocol support: Visca, Pelco P/D
  • IP Protocol support: Visca-Over-IP, Onvif IP

Protocol will be automatically selected by switching the camera ID after setting up protocols to the camera.

Within a single system:

  • When controlling only RS232 cameras, the keyboard can control total of 7 RS232 cameras.
  • When controlling RS422 and RS232 cameras simultaneously, the keyboard can control a total of 7 RS232 and RS422 cameras
  • When controlling only RS422 cameras, the keyboard can control up to 14 RS422 cameras (2 daisy chains of 7)
  • When controlling only RS485 cameras, the keyboard can control up to 255 RS485 cameras.
  • The keyboard is capable of controlling up to 255 cameras in one single system, among mixed protocols (RS422, RS232, and IP)
  • In one single system, within a same network, 128 keyboards can be used with IP protocol.

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There are three ways of using power for the PTZ keyboard controller:
If any one of the three ways is used for powering up the keyboard, no need to use additional power adapter.
It would not be harmful when use more than one way of  powering to the keyboard at the same time, such as use POE while junction box powering or power adapter powering is being used.

  1. Use Power supply (included) directly connect to the keyboard:
    • Power Voltage Tolerance 6V – 48V
    • The keyboard can be powered with minimum at 6VDC. This allows for longer power runs between the power source and the keyboard
    • The keyboard can also tolerate 48VDC power, which makes the keyboard suitable for vehicle use (Broadcast vans, commercial vehicles, etc.)
  2. Use POE-(Not available on KBD-1010-R)
    •  Connect Ethernet IP port to POE switch using CAT5/6 network cable
    • POE standard: IEEE802.33at
    • Maximum distance 80M using CAT6 Plus cable
  3. Use included junction box, when using serial control connection(RS422/RS232)
    • Connect power supply to the junction box.
    • Connect Ethernet cable from “Controller” port on the junction box to the RS422 or RS232 port on the KBD-1010.
    • When using Junction Box to provide power to the keyboard via RS422 or RS232 port on the keyboard. Does not need extra power supply for keyboard.
    • This method of power connection for you to keep the keyboard connection clean(Only one network cable) and simple when the keyboard is used for table top.
    • Power supply is required at EITHER the keyboard OR the Junction Box. If the junction box is powered, no additional power supply is needed for the keyboard, as the junction box will provide power to the keyboard via the control port.
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MCU(Micro Control Unit) is the micro computer control system built in the keyboard, it conducts following processing:

1.Camera/Video Router device control signal processing, control protocol management.
2.Image parameter setting and image module control signal management.
3.Joystick control, keyboard interface & port control management.
4.LED display information processing.

MCU software(Firmware) upgrade may includes:
1.Performance improvement
2.Feature and functionalities added and adjustment
3.Bug fixing
4.Feature and performance customization

Always up to date, Download the latest Firmware, upgrade via USB or IP interface to keep your camera in best performance.

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Please upgrade IP firmware first, if you want to upgrade both IP firmware and MCU firmware

Follow the steps to make the FW upgrade:

1.Prepare a USB flash drive
(Formatted as FAT32)

2.Download the latest version
firmware from website

3.Load the xxx.bin file onto the
flash drive, and must rename the
file as “KEYBOARD.bin”

4.With the keyboard powered off,
insert the flash drive to the USB
port on the back panel of the
keyboard.

5. Hold down the L/R Direction knob and the U/D Direction Knob

6. While holding the knobs down, power on the keyboard by clicking the power button into the
“On” position and keyboard will display a confirmation that the upgrade is taking place

7. When the upgrade is finished, power cycle the keyboard.

 

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process

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Improvements and Fixed:
Regular release

Supported camera models:
KBD-1010-RNV, Part Number: K102E001 or 01040014BA1

KBD-1010-RNV, Part Number: K102E002 or 01040014BA2

Release Note:

NO

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An IP Encoder is built in the keyboard to provide network control features:
1.IP network control and setting.
2.IP control protocol management.
3.PoE power management.

IP Encoder software(Firmware) upgrade may includes:
1. IP control performance improvement
2.IP feature and functionalities added and adjustment
3.Bug fixing

Always up to date, Download the latest Firmware, upgrade via IP interface to keep your camera in best performance.

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Please upgrade IP firmware first, if you want to upgrade both IP firmware and MCU firmware

Follow the steps to make the IP FW upgrade:

  1. Connect PC to the keyboard via LAN.
  2. Find IP address of the keyboard in the menu Keyboard Setting>Model Info.
  3. If the IP number is VA.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display, use the .img file to upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.
  4. If it is V2.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display use the .csf file for upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.
  5. Login IP web interface via IE (Internet Explorer) browser using the IP address you found with the keyboard in step 2. (Default User Name: admin, Password: Keep the field empty).
  6. The firmware should be like “Bolin_20190919_v2.8.6.csf” or “CAM-00-IP-A10.img” type of file.

DO NOT RENAME these files.

  1. Upgrade the firmware by following the indication.
  2. How to make the firmware upgrade, please refer to User Manual Part Two.
  3. Check the upgraded firmware version number in the menu Keyboard Setting>Model Info.

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process

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Improvements and Fixed:
Regular release

Supported camera models:
KBD-1010-RNV, Part Number: K102E001 or 01040014BA1

Release Note:
IMPORTANT: Check the IP number on the bottom of the keyboard 

If the IP number is V2.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display use the .csf file for upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.

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Improvements and Fixed:
1.Regular release

Supported camera models:
KBD-1010-RNV, Part Number: K102E002 or 01040014BA2

KBD-1010-RNV, Part Number: K102E002A1 or 01040014BA2

Release Note:
IMPORTANT: Check the IP number on the bottom of the keyboard 

If the IP number is VA.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display, use the .img file to upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.

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How to use KBD-1010 to remotely control IP PTZ camera via WLAN

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WLAN control usingvia Onvif protocol: Adding ONVIF cameras to be controlled via WAN

1.At Camera Location:
•For commands to flow from outside the network into a camera, ports must be opened
•Contact the network administrator at the camera location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 9090 (80 by default, try not to use it, too common, may create conflict, use anyone that is not 80)
o Destination / internal port: 80 (default)
o IP Address: IP Address of the camera
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
2. At Keyboard location:
• Set the keyboard to DHCP
• Contact the network administrator at the Keyboard location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 80 (default)
o Destination / internal port: 80 (default)
o IP Address: IP Address of the keyboard
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
• Within the Setup menu of the KBD-1010, add the ONVIF camera using the WAN IP of the camera location as the IP Address, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Enter the username of the camera, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Enter the password of the camera, click the P/T Speed dial to save
• Enter the port for the remote camera: 9090, click the P/T Speed dial to save.
• Exit

WLAN control using Visca-Over-IP protocol: Adding Visca-Over-IP cameras to be controlled via WAN:

1.At Camera Location:
•For commands to flow from outside the network in to a camera, ports must be opened
•Contact the network administrator at the camera location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 52381
o Destination / internal port: 52381
o IP Address: IP Address of the camera
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
2. At Keyboard location:
•Set the keyboard to DHCP
•Contact the network administrator at the Keyboard location to create a port-forwarding rule in the router allowing commands to flow through the necessary ports using these values:
o Source/ external port: 52381
o Destination / internal port: 52381
o IP Address: IP Address of the keyboard
o Protocol: Both (TCP and UDP)
•Within the Setup menu of the KBD-1010, add the VISCA over IP camera using the WAN IP of the camera location as the IP Address
•Click the P/T Speed dial to save


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Keyboard Controller – How to do Configuration File Export & Import

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Follow the steps to export:
1. Login the Keyboard web interface via IE browser, use the IP address which you can get from the Keyboard Setting>IP Configuration. The user name is admin, password: No password, Keep the field empty.
2. After login, you will get the export & import list, the camera setting data and keyboard setting data need to be exported & imported separately.
3. Access to Export Camera Setting Data page, click Export button, it will start exporting. PLease make sure the keyboard LED OSD is under home screen(not accessing to any setting menu)
4. During the processing of exporting, the keyboard LED screen will display the percentage of the exporting progress, please do not do any operation during the whole exporting progress.


5. After export the data, please save the CameraBackup(or KeyboardBackup) file in your local laptop/PC
6. Keyboard Setting Data exporting operation is same as above.

Follow the steps to import:
1. Setup IP configuration to the new keyboard and login the web interface.
2. Access to Import Camera Setting Data or Import Keyboard Setting Data page.
3. Click Browser button to select the backup file, then click Import button to start importing. It will display the percentage of the importing process on keyboard LED screen.
4. After finishing importing the backup file, the new keyboard configuration will be same as the original one, user doesn’t have to set up the new keyboard from beginning.

NOTE:
1. Before you start keyboard configuration file import, the IP address for the new keyboard has to be configured separately, configuration file export & import does not included IP address migration.
2. The export & import function is only available while the keyboard is under home screen.

 

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process


Keyboard Controller – How to make Tally Light connection

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How to make Tally Light I/O GPI

In order to use the keyboard controller to control the Tally light function among multiple cameras, you need to have the following conditions ready:
1. The cameras are Tally light function supported ready.
2. Video Switch which supports Tally light control function.
3. All cameras been connected in RS422 Daisy Chain mode.
4. Keyboard controller and Video Switch been connected via the Tally Contact port.

Follow the steps to setup:
A. GPI I/O Input mode – Tally signal is sent by Video Switch
1. Make sure cameras and keyboard controller is connected by standard RS422 control cable, keyboard and video switch connected by Tally function cable.
2. Access to KEYBOARD SETTING>GPI I/O>SETTING menu, change it to Input mode, then Exit to home directory.
3. After done the above operations, we can switch to different camera by video switch. for example, if we switch to camera 1 on video switch, it will send Tally signal to keyboard via the Tally function cable, and keyboard will transmit this Tally signal to camera 1 via RS422 control cable, so camera 1 Tally light will be turned on, and keyboard can control camera 1 PTZ.
4. If switch to camera 2 on video switch, camera 2 Tally light will be turned on and camera 1 Tally light will be turned off.

How to make Tally control cable, here we use Sony Mulit Camera Live Producer MCX-500 for example:

B. GPI I/O Output mode -Tally signal is sent by Keyboard Controller
1. Make sure cameras and keyboard controller is connected by standard RS422 control cable.
2. Access to KETBOARD SETTING>GPI I/O>SETTING menu, change it to Output mode, then Exit to home directory.
3. After done the above operations, we can switch to different camera by keyboard. For example, if we switch to camera 1 on keyboard, it will send Tally signal to camera 1 via standard RS422 control cable, so camera 1 Tally light will be turned on, and keyboard can control camera 1 PTZ.
4. If we switch to camera 2 on keyboard, camera 1 Tally light will be turned on and camera 1 Tally light will be turned off.


Keyboard Controller – How to add Visca-Over-IP cameras

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How to add Visca-Over-IP cameras

In order to successfully add Visca-Over-IP cameras to Bolin KBD-1010-RNV Keyboard Controller, you need have the following conditions ready:
1. The cameras are Visca-Over-IP ready.
2. Connect the keyboard controller and the cameras within the same Local Area Network(LAN).
3. The camera IP address.
4. The control port for Visca over IP. By default, is 52381. Camera maker SONY, BOLIN uses port 52381. Other camera makers may use port 1259. Please consult your camera provider for port information.
5. Payload Header: A set of data carried with Visca-Over-IP protocol for camera compatibility identification. Some Visca-Over-IP cameras don’t have it. The camera maker that has the Payload Header: SONY, BOLIN. For the cameras from these makers, Set it ON. For the cameras from other makers, Set it OFF. Or consult the camera provider.

Follow the steps:

1. Complete the keyboard controller and camera network connection and configuration correctly.
2. Power on all the devices, check the network status works properly with “+” shown at right bottom corner within controller LED display.
3. When you have all the Visca-Over-IP cameras from one camera maker:
3.1 Go to Keyboard setting to set up Visca-Over-IP configuration.
3.2 Payload Header: Refer information above;
3.3 Port: Refer information above;
4. Individually manually adding Visca-Over-IP cameras IP address from Local Area Network (LAN)
4.1 Select the desire Camera ID you want to set to
4.2 Selecting VISCAIP (VISCA over IP) as the protocol;
4.3 Rotate the P/T Speed dial to setup IP address of the camera;
Click the Zoom Speed dial to save.
4.4 Payload Header: Refer information above;
4.5 Port: Refer information above;
5. From IP Search, individually adding Visca-Over-IP cameras IP address from Local Area Network (LAN)
5.1 Scanning local network for available VISCA over IP cameras
5.2 Press the Search button to bring up the Auto Search menu
5.3 Move the cursor to VISCA-IP, Select Yes to start the search
5.4 A list of discovered cameras will appear showing the cameras that have been discovered. Scroll through the discovered cameras using the Zoom Speed dial. To add a camera, press the ADD button
5.5 Assign the camera to a CAM ID by rotating the Zoom Speed dial, Click the Zoom Speed dial to save. Move the cursor to the Title, and use the alphanumeric keypad to give the camera a title, Click the Zoom Speed dial to save.

This keyboard supports any brand of Visca Over IP cameras in a same system.
If you have Visca-Over-IP cameras from more than one camera makers to be used within the same system network:
1. Follow the above steps to find and set up Visca-Over-IP camera individually;
2. To setup the Visca-Over-IP camera port(from different camera makers) differently for different cameras for different camera ID.
3. Save and Exit. camera that you wish to control with the KBD-1010 keyboard.

When the IP camera is successfully assigned to the controller, after you select the camera ID, on the controller LED display will be showing:


How to make RS232 Connection with Bolin KBD-1010RNV PTZ Controller

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How to make RS422 Connection with Bolin KBD-1010RNV PTZ Controller

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Instructions:

Follow the diagram below for the following options for RS422 connection:
1.Direct connection, use T-568B standard pinout network cable (The cable included or you can make one following T-568B standard pin-out):
a.1 to 1 connection – Follow the pinout for the RS422 port on the keyboard to use CAT5/6 cable to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera.

b.1 to 1 connection, Use Junction Box, – Follow the pinout for the RS422 port on the keyboard and Junction Box to use CAT5/6 cable (follow T-568B standard pinout between keyboard and Junction Box) to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera via Junction Box.

2.Use multi-core control cable (For Non-SONY Camera)

3.Use multi-core control cable (SONY Camera)

4.RS422 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection (Non-Sony Camera)

5.RS422 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection (Sony Camera)

6.RS422 1 to 1 connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adapter (Not Included, sold separately)

7.RS422 Daisy Chain connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adapter (Not Included, sold separately)


How to make RS485 Connection with Bolin KBD-1010RNV PTZ Controller

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Instructions:

Follow the diagram below for the following options:
NOTE:
• Use RS422 ports for RS485 connection.
• Only use TX+ and TX- for RS485 connection.

1.RS485 connection using network cable (follow T-568B standard pinout at keyboard end):
a.Direct Connection, 1 to 1 connection – Follow the pin-out for the RS485 port on the keyboard to use CAT5/6 cable to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera.

b.Use Junction Box, 1 to 1 connection – Follow the pinout for the RS485 port on the keyboard and Junction Box to use CAT5/6 cable (follow T-568B standard pinout between keyboard and junction box) to make a cable suitable for controlling your camera via Junction Box.

2.RS485 connection using multicore control cable via Junction Box

3.RS485 connection using multicore control cable via RJ45 to Phoenix connector adaptor (Not Included, sold separately)

4.RS485 Daisy Chain Multiple Cameras connection

5.RS485 Daisy Chain connection using RJ45 to Phoenix connector adaptor (Not Included, sold separately)


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Keyboard Controller supports using any brand of Visca Over IP cameras in a same system

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How to configure multiple Visca-Over-IP cameras to be used within a same system, please refer to article: https://www.bolintechnology.com/information_entity/keyboard-controller-how-to-add-visca-over-ip-cameras/


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KBD-1010 PTZ Keyboard Controller FW Upgrade-MCU

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Instructions:

Please upgrade IP firmware first, if you want to upgrade both IP firmware and MCU firmware

Follow the steps to make the FW upgrade:

1.Prepare a USB flash drive
(Formatted as FAT32)

2.Download the latest version
firmware from website

3.Load the xxx.bin file onto the
flash drive, and must rename the
file as “KEYBOARD.bin”

4.With the keyboard powered off,
insert the flash drive to the USB
port on the back panel of the
keyboard.

5. Hold down the L/R Direction knob and the U/D Direction Knob

6. While holding the knobs down, power on the keyboard by clicking the power button into the
“On” position and keyboard will display a confirmation that the upgrade is taking place

7. When the upgrade is finished, power cycle the keyboard.

 

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process


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KBD-1010 PTZ Keyboard Controller FW Upgrade-IP

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Please upgrade IP firmware first, if you want to upgrade both IP firmware and MCU firmware

Follow the steps to make the IP FW upgrade:

  1. Connect PC to the keyboard via LAN.
  2. Find IP address of the keyboard in the menu Keyboard Setting>Model Info.
  3. If the IP number is VA.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display, use the .img file to upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.
  4. If it is V2.x.x at the bottom of the keyboard display use the .csf file for upgrading the keyboard. If you are unsure which file to use contact your seller or a BOLIN technician for assistance.
  5. Login IP web interface via IE (Internet Explorer) browser using the IP address you found with the keyboard in step 2. (Default User Name: admin, Password: Keep the field empty).
  6. The firmware should be like “Bolin_20190919_v2.8.6.csf” or “CAM-00-IP-A10.img” type of file.

DO NOT RENAME these files.

  1. Upgrade the firmware by following the indication.
  2. How to make the firmware upgrade, please refer to User Manual Part Two.
  3. Check the upgraded firmware version number in the menu Keyboard Setting>Model Info.

NOTE:
The firmware upgrade process is intended to be performed under the supervision of a BOLIN-Authorized repair technician. For assistance with this, please contact your authorized BOLIN Technology dealer, installer, or integrator. BOLIN Technology Technical Support can also be reached for assistance with this process


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