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Network and USB PTZ Controller

SKU: PT500

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This Joystick Controller allow for easy control of our Network based PTZ cameras and HDCVI cameras. You can set up this joystick on the network and connect it to your Avalonix DVR or NVR to easily control any connected PTZ cameras. You can also use it in standalone mode to connect to cameras directly using either network base communication, or via RS485. It also offers USB connectivity to connect to a Windows Computer for easy control using SmartPSS.


  • Three Dimensional Joystick Control of PTZ Functions
  • Preset Position, Auto Scan, Auto Pan, Auto Tour & Pattern Auxiliary Functions
  • On-Screen Menu & User Operation Procedure Tips
  • Connect to SmartPSS via USB

What's Included?

  • (1) Joystick Controller
  • (1) Power Supply


Keyboard Key panelElectromechanical
Joystick3-axis, vector-solving, with twisting, return to-center head
Keyboard ConnectorRJ-45, RS232, RS485, RS422, USB
Keyboard CommunicationDirect Mode via USB or RS485/RS232, Network Mode
Direct ModeInterface: RS232/RS485
DVR Protocol: DH2
Network ModeInterface: RJ45 DVR/Network Dome: IP Address/Port/Protocol
DisplayLCD 3" x 1.33"
Power Input12V DC 1A
Power Consumption5W
Working Temperature14°F to 131°F, Less than 95% RH
Working Humidity10% - 90%
Dimensions13" x 6.3" x 3.94" (W×D×H)
Weight5.6 lbs



Return Policy30 Days
Warranty1 Year


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Total 1 question(s)

Does this support the Microsoft HID protocol over USB ?

Question by: Miguel Declerck on: 2020-04-14

No that is not a standard protocol that's used in the security camera industry.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2020-04-21