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sony ptz dome camera controller with VISCA protocol


Author: Chris Peters

Last Updated: 2012-01-28

Category: Communication

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project to control the sony dome camera's with VISCA protocol via rs232. Tested with brc300 en EVI-D70. Moving is done with a analog joystick potentiometer. Every direction has two speeds. Zooming is done with two buttons. There are two buttons for setting en recalling 2 possition presets. Pic16F688 is uses with 8Mhz xtal.

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