Samsung SNC-M300 User manual

SNC-M300
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safety precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDEREFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage consisting a risk of electric shock is present within this
unit.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature
accompanying this unit.
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
• The camera is to be only connected to PoE networks without routing to the outside plant.
WARNING
1. Be sure to use only the standard adapter that is specified in the specification sheet.
Using any other adapter could cause fire, electrical shock, or damage to the product.
2. Incorrectly connecting the power supply or replacing battery may cause explosion, fire,
electric shock, or damage to the product.
3. Do not connect multiple cameras to a single adapter. Exceeding the capacity may cause
abnormal heat generation or fire.
4. Securely plug the power cord into the power receptacle. Insecure connection may cause fire.
5. When installing the camera, fasten it securely and firmly. A falling camera may cause personal
injury.
6. Do not place conductive objects (e.g. screwdrivers, coins, metal things, etc.) or containers
filled with water on top of the camera. Doing so may cause personal injury due to fire, electric
shock, or falling objects.
7. Do not install the unit in humid, dusty, or sooty locations. Doing so may cause fire or electric
shock.
8. If any unusual smells or smoke come from the unit, stop using the product. In such case,
immediately disconnect the power source and contact the service center. Continued use in
such a condition may cause fire or electric shock.
9. If this product fails to operate normally, contact the nearest service center. Never disassemble
or modify this product in any way. (SAMSUNG is not liable for problems caused by
unauthorized modifications or attempted repair.)
10. When cleaning, do not spray water directly onto parts of the product. Doing so may cause fire
or electric shock.
CAUTION
1. Do not drop objects on the product or apply strong shock to it. Keep away from a location
subject to excessive vibration or magnetic interference.
2. Do not install in a location subject to high temperature (over 122°F), low temperature (below
14°F), or high humidity. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
3. If you want to relocate the already installed product, be sure to turn off the power and then
move or reinstall it.
4. Remove the power plug from the outlet when then there is a lightning. Neglecting to do so
may cause fire or damage to the product.
5. Keep out of direct sunlight and heat radiation sources. It may cause fire.
6. Install it in a place with good ventilation.
7. Avoid aiming the camera directly towards extremely bright objects such as sun, as this may
damage the CCD image sensor.
8. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
9. The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
important safety instructions
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5.
6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong.
The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus.
13. Unplug this apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as powersupply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally,
or been dropped.
contents
Preparation
03
Installation and Connection
08
Network Connection & Setup
17
Setting Static IP
03
03
04
04
04
04
05
Features
Precautions – Installation and Use
Recommended PC Specifications
Compatible IP Routers
Compatible PoE Switches
Checking the components in the package
Names of each part
08
12
Installing the Camera
Connecting
18
21
Connecting the camera to an IP router with
local area networking
Connecting the camera directly to local area
networking
Searching for the camera
22
25
Manual Network Setting
Automatic Network Setting
26
27
Dynamic IP Setting
Port Forwarding (Port Mapping) Setting
20
22
Setting Dynamic IP
26
Contents _01
Using the Camera
28
Setting Up
41
Appendix
64
02_ Contents
28
30
32
36
Connecting to the camera
Installing ActiveX
Using the Viewer Screen
Using the Search Viewer Screen
41
43
49
54
55
62
Setting the camera
Basic Configuration
System configuration
Layout Configuration
Event Configuration
Network Configuration
64
66
Troubleshooting
Specifications
preparation
FEATURES
Monitoring Through Web Browser
Monitoring Through Web Browser This product enables watching a video through an Internet web
browser so that you can watch a video through the Internet as you can within the local network.
Automatic Local IP Setting Function
This function offers an easy way of configuring the network settings with a minimal key input for
those who are not familiar with it.
Alarm Function
If this product is connected with a motion sensor and the sensor detects a motion, a recorded
video clip is sent through the FTP/Email(SMTP) registered by the user or saved on the SDHC
memory card and a signal is sent to an alarm output port.
Motion Detection Function
If the user specifies a target area to monitor and the motion sensor detects a motion within that
area, a still image is sent to the FTP/Email(SMTP) server designated by the user or saved on the
SDHC memory card, and signals are sent to the alarm output terminal.
PRECAUTIONS – INSTALLATION AND USE
䭓 Do not disassemble your camera.
䭓 Always be cautious when handling your camera.
䭓 Do not subject the camera to impact or vibration and always be cautious of damaging the camera
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due to neglectful storage and/or operation.
Do not install the camera at a location where it would become exposed to rain or humidity and do
not operate the camera in a wet environment.
Do not clean the camera’s main body using harsh abrasives or similar substances. If dirty, use a dry
piece of cloth to clean instead.
Install the camera in a shaded area or environment, protected from direct sunlight.
Direct sunlight exposure has a negative effect on the camera.
Do not bend or throw the SDHC memory card.
Do not store or use the SDHC memory card in a hot, humid, or dusty environment.
Protect the contacts of the SDHC memory card from foreign substance buildup.
If foreign substances have been built up on the contacts, remove using a soft piece of cloth.
When removing the SDHC memory card, disable SD Card Recording to protect against data loss
(refer to page 57 for instruction on disabling SD Card Recording).
Data cannot be stored on SDHC memory cards whose service life has expired.
Please purchase a new SDHC memory card if you experience this.
The manufacturer will not be held responsible for data loss incurred by the customer due to improper use.
Using non-recommended PoE device may cause malfunction of either the camera or PoE device
itself. (Refer to page 4 for the compatible PoE Switch)
Preparation _03
01 PREPARATION
Various Communication Protocol Support
This product supports various communication protocols such as ARP, HTTP and DHCP as well as
TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP for Email transmission and FTP protocol.
RECOMMENDED PC SPECIFICATIONS
䭓 CPU: Pentium4/2.4GHz or higher
䭓 Operating System: Windows XP(Service Pack2) / Windows Vista
䭓 Resolution: 1024X768 pixels or higher
䭓 RAM: 512MB or higher
䭓 Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
䭓 Video Card: Radeon, Nvidia
䭓 Video Memory: 128MB
䭓 DirectX 8.1 or higher
COMPATIBLE IP ROUTERS
䭓 Linksys
䭓 D-Link
䭓 Netgear
COMPATIBLE POE SWITCHES
䭓 Linksys SRW224G4P
䭓 D-Link DES-1316
䭓 SMC SMCPWR-INJ3
CHECKING THE COMPONENTS IN THE PACKAGE
Make sure that the following items are included in the package.
Camera
User's Manual
C Mount Adapter
Auto Iris Lens Connector
Options
Software CD
04_ Preparation
CS Lens
C Lens
NAMES OF EACH PART
01 PREPARATION
Front
1
1
Back Focus Adjustment Bar Adjust Back Focus by moving this bar up or down.
䭓When the camera lens becomes dirty, softly clean it with a lens tissue or a cloth soaked in pure
ethanol.
Preparation _05
Rear
1
3
2
4
6
7
8
5
1
Audio Out
For outgoing audio signals.
2
Audio In
For incoming audio signals.
3
SDHC Memory Card Slot
This is where you insert your SDHC memory card.
4
System, SD, and Power
Indicators
These indicators provide system, SD, and power status
information.
Used to connect the camera to an external device.
5
6
I/O Port
Reset Button
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A_IN 1 and 2: These are alarm in ports.
GND: This is the GND port.
A_OUT 1 and 2: These are alarm out ports.
NOT USED: This port is not used.
Reverts all camera settings to their default.
When it is pressed for 3 seconds, the system indicator goes
out and the system reboots.
When the camera is reset, connection is possible only after the
basic network settings (IP address, subnet mask, gateway, etc.)
have been configured again using the IP installer program.
06_ Preparation
7
Ethernet Port
Ethernet cable port.
LED
Status
Turns on
SYSTEM
Flashes
Turns off
8
Power Port
Turns on
SD
Flashes
Turns off
PWR
Turns on
Turns off
Description
When the power is switched on and the
network connection is normal.
When the DDNS setting fails.
When the DDNS is being set.
When the network connection is not
stable.
When the power is switched off.
When the camera is rebooting.
When the memory card is inserted and
the system is in normal operation.
When recording fails.
When the memory card is short of
capacity.
When the memory card is not inserted
normally.
When the power is switched off.
When the camera is rebooting.
When the memory cared is removed.
When the power is switched on.
When the power is switched off.
Preparation _07
01 PREPARATION
Connect the power cable to this port.
installation and connection
INSTALLING THE CAMERA
Disconnect the power cord before installation or relocation.
Mounting the lens
When using the CS lens
CS lens
Mount the CS lens by rotating it clockwise as shown in the picture.
When using the C lens
C lens
After mounting the C-mount adapter by rotating it clockwise, turn the C lens clockwise until it
is fixed as shown in the picture.
08_ Installation and Connection
Adjusting the back focus
In case of the lens with no zooming function
1
After exposing the camera to an object with high resolution (like a dart-patterned image)
at a distance of more than 10m, set the lens focus ring to infinite (’).
2
Adjust the Back Focus Control Bar until the object is of best quality.
3
Fix the screw of the Back Focus Control Bar.
In case of the lens with zooming function
1
After exposing the camera to an object with high resolution (like a dart-patterned image)
at a distance of 3 to 5m, fully rotate the lens zoom to the TELE direction.
Then adjust the lens focus ring until the object is of best quality.
2
Fully rotate the lens zoom to the WIDE direction and adjust the Back Focus Control Bar
until the object is of best quality.
3
Repeat step 1 and 2 two or three times until the focuses of Zoom TELE and Zoom WIDE
are clear enough.
Installation and Connection _09
02 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
The back focus of the camera is adjusted at the factory before delivery but some lenses can
be out of focus depending on the lens type. In this case, you have to adjust the back focus.
The following describes how to adjust the back focus of the lenses.
Inserting/Removing an SDHC Memory Card
Inserting an SDHC Memory Card
Push the SDHC memory card in the direction of the arrow shown in the diagram.
䭓Do not force the memory card in. If you can’t insert the memory card into the slot with ease,
you might be inserting the card in the wrong direction. Forcibly inserting a memory card could
lead to its damage.
Removing an SDHC Memory Card
Gently press down on the exposed end of the memory card as shown in the diagram to eject
the memory card from the slot.
䭓Pressing too hard on the SDHC memory card can cause the card to shoot out uncontrollably
from the slot when released.
䭓 When removing the SDHC memory card, disable the SD Card Recording feature (refer to
page 57 for instructions on disabling SD Card Recording).
Removing the SDHC memory card while recording is in progress can damage the data.
10_ Installation and Connection
Memory Card Information (not included)
The memory card is an external data storage device that has been developed to offer an entirely
new way to record and share video, audio, and text data using digital devices.
Selecting a memory card that’s suitable for you
Your camera supports SDHC memory cards.
You may, however, experience compatibility issues depending on the model and make of the
memory card.
Your camera supports SD memory cards.
However, the maximum supported SD memory card capacity is 2GB and ver 1.1, 4GB or
above SD memory cards are incompatible.
For your camera, we recommend you use a memory card from the following manufacturers:
SDHC/SD Memory Card: Panasonic®, SanDisk®, and Toshiba®
Your camera supports 128MB to 16GB of memory card capacity.
Playback performance can be affected depending on the read/write speed of the memory card,
so use a high-speed memory card. We recommend you use a memory card with a read/write
speed of at least 10Mbps and Class 6 specifications.
Memory Card Use
SD and SDHC memory cards feature a switch that disables writing data on to the media.
Having this switch to the Lock position will prevent accidental deletion of data stored in the
memory card but at the same time will also prevent you from writing data on to the media.
Memory Card Components
Contacts
Lock Switch
SDHC
Installation and Connection _11
02 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
What is a memory card?
CONNECTING
Connecting Ethernet Cable
Connect the Ethernet cable to the network port as shown.
12_ Installation and Connection
Connecting Power
02 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
1
2
Connect the power adapter to the camera’s power port.
3
4
Connect the power cord to the power adapter unit.
Using a flathead screwdriver, connect the two lines leading from the power adapter to the
camera’s power port.
Connect the power plug to a power outlet.
䭓Beware of DC 12V’s polarity charges when making the connection.
䭓If you are using a PoE (Power over Ethernet) supporting router, you do not need a separate
power source.
Installation and Connection _13
To connect input and output ports:
Connect alarm lines to the input and output ports on the rear.
A_IN 1, A_IN 2
: These are alarm in ports.
GND
: This is the GND port.
A_OUT 1, A_OUT 2 : These are alarm out ports.
Alarm In/Out Connection Diagram
A_IN1
1
A_IN2
2
GND
3
External Relay
A_OUT1
4
External Relay
A_OUT2
5
Not Used
14_ Installation and Connection
6
Connecting to Audio Input/Output
02 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Microphone
LINE-IN
LINE-OUT
Speaker
Microphone
1
Pre-Amp
Pre-Amp
Connect the AUDIO IN port of the camera with the microphone directly or LINE OUT
port of the amplifier that the microphone is connected to.
Direct Mic Connection: Set Audio Input Gain high (10). (Refer to page 43)
Line Out Connection: Set Audio Input Gain low (1). (Refer to page 43)
2
Connect the AUDIO OUT port of the camera with the LINE IN port of the speaker.
Installation and Connection _15
Audio I/O Block Diagram
PC
Microphone
Microphone
Pre-Amp
Pre-Amp Speaker
䭓 Audio Codec
G.711 PCM, μ-law 64kbps 8kHz sampling
䭓 Full duplex Audio
䭓 Audio in
Used for mono signal line input (Max.2.4 Vpp)
䭓 Audio out
Used for mono signal line output (Max.2.4 Vpp)
䭓 Line out impedance
600ohm
16_ Installation and Connection
network connection & setup
You can set up the network settings according to your network configurations.
䭓 Connect the camera to an IP router with local area networking Page 18~19
䭓 Connect the camera directly to local area networking Page 20
䭓Compliant IP routers are as listed below.
- Linksys
- D-Link
- Netgear
䭓Compliant PoE Switches are as listed below.
- Linksys SRW224G4P
- D-Link DES-1316
- SMC SMCPWR-INJ3
䭓Using non-recommended IP router may cause the network connection error.
䭓Depending on the performance of the PC (Viewer installed) or the network, the video
transmission can be delayed or even disconnected.
For soft video transmission, you can set the bandwidth in <NETWORK> ´
<STREAMING SETUP> in the setup menu.
䭓The IP and MAC addresses used in this manual are for illustrative purposes only.
Therefore, you must refer to Notice the network settings of your PC and do not enter the
addresses presented in this manual.
Network Connection & Setup _17
03 NETWORK CONNECTION & SETUP
Network connection and setup processes are given as follows.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO AN IP ROUTER WITH LOCAL
AREA NETWORKING
This is for a large network environment such as corporate office, building, public office and
factory.
SNC-M300
SNC-M300
IP Router
External Remote PC
Firewall
Local PC
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
[STEP 1] Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to
an IP router
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP router, follow the
instructions below.
䭓 Select : <Network Neighborhood> ´ <Properties> ´ <Local Area Connection>
´ <Properties> ´ <General> ´ <Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)> ´ <Properties> ´
<Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>
䭓 Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.1.1
IP address: 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.0.1
IP address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1
ex3) If the address (LAN IP) of the IP router is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address: 192.168.xxx.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.xxx.1
䭓For the address of the IP router, refer to the product’s documentation.
18_ Network Connection & Setup
[STEP 2] Setting the IP address
[STEP 3] Connecting a local PC in the IP router to the camera
1
Run the IP Installer on your local PC and
search for the camera.
2
If found, double-click the camera to
start the Internet browser and try to
connect to the camera. Alternately,
launch the Internet browser manually
and enter the IP address of the camera
found in the address bar to connect to it.
ex) http://192.168.1.2
[STEP 4] Connecting to the camera from an IP router external PC
1
An IP router external PC can’t use the IP Installer to search for an IP router internal
camera. This is because the IP Installer does not work in a network where the gateway is
different.
2
In this case, you can use the DDNS URL of the camera or the Internet IP address of the
IP router to connect to the IP router internal camera.
3
However, you must set the port-forwarding for the IP router before you can connect
to the IP router internal camera from a remote PC. For more information on the
port-forwarding, refer to Use IP Router: Port Forwarding Setting (Port Mapping).
4
When the port forwarding is done, run the Internet browser on the IP router External
PC and enter the DDNS URL address or, the Internet IP address of the IP router in the
address bar for connecting to the camera.
ex) http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
䭓 For the DDNS URL address, refer to “Checking the DDNS address” on page 29.
䭓A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to the
camera installed in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set.
In this case, to resolve the problem, contact your network administrator.
Network Connection & Setup _19
03 NETWORK CONNECTION & SETUP
䭓 Refer to "Static IP Setting" on page 22 or "Dynamic IP Setting" on page 26.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AREA
NETWORKING
SNC-M300
External Remote PC
SNC-M300
Firewall
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
Connecting to the camera from a local PC in the LAN
1
Launch an Internet browser on the local PC.
2
Enter the IP address of the camera in the address bar of the browser.
䭓A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to the
camera installed in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set.
In this case, to resolve the problem, contact your network administrator.
20_ Network Connection & Setup
SEARCHING FOR THE CAMERA
03 NETWORK CONNECTION & SETUP
IP Installer screen layout
1
2
3
4
7
5
8
6
9
10
1 Device Name : Model name of the connected device.
2 Mode : Shows the current selection between <Static>and <Dynamic>.
3 Mac Address : The Mac address of the network interface of the camera that is printed
on the rear panel.
4 IP Address : The IP address of the camera. (Default setting is '192.168.1.200'.)
5 UPnP Status : This is unavailable for this camera.
6 URL : This is DDNS address that can be used to connect from an external Internet.
However, if the DDNS update fails, it will be displayed as an IP address of the
camera.
7 Search Button : Searches for the camera connected to the current network.
8 Auto Set Button : Sets up the camera network settings automatically using the
<IP Installer>.
9 Manual Set Button : Allows the user to set up the camera network settings manually.
10 Exit Button : Exits the IP Installer program.
䭓On Windows Vista, the settings should be configured by the Administrator to use the IP installer
normally.
Network Connection & Setup _21
setting static ip
MANUAL NETWORK SETTING
Run the <IP Installer.exe> program and display the camera list found on the screen.
For the initial run, the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are all disabled.
1
Select a camera you want from the
camera list.
1
䭓 Confirm the MAC Address of the camera
on its rear panel.
䭓 The [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button
are activated.
2
Click the [Manual Set] button.
2
䭓 The Manual Set window appears.
䭓 The <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>, <Gateway> and <HTTP Port> values of the camera are displayed
in their default values.
䭓 The password is set to “4321” by factory default.
3
Set up the IP related settings in
the <ADDRESS>field.
䭓 <MAC Address>: The MAC Address
printed on the camera rear penal is
automatically displayed. No additional
setting is required.
3
<If using an IP router>
䭓 <IP Address>: Set it according to the private
IP address range provided by the IP Router.
ex) 192.168.1.2~254, 192.168.0.2~254,
or 192.168.XXX.2~254
䭓 <Subnet Mask>: The IP Router’s <Subnet Mask>
becomes camera’s <Subnet Mask>value.
䭓 <Gateway>: The IP Router’s <LAN IP Address>
becomes camera’s <Gateway>value.
<If not using an IP router>
䭓 For the <IP Address>, <Gateway> and
<Subnet Mask> settings, contact your
network administrator.
3
22_ Setting Static IP
4
4
In the <PORT>fields, set up port numbers.
䭓 <HTTP Port>: A HTTP port used to connect
to a camera using the Internet
browser. The default value is 80.
The HPPT port value can be
changed by using the up/down
button to the right.
The HTTP port number starts
5
6
with 80 and increases/decreases
to 10000, 10006, 10012…
䭓 <Device Port>: A port used to control video
transmission. The default value
is 60001(TCP).
䭓 <TCP Port>: A port used to transfer video using TCP protocol. The default value is 60002(TCP).
䭓 <UDP Port>: A port used to transfer video using UDP protocol. The default value is 60003(UDP).
䭓 <Upload Port>: A port used to upgrade software. The default value is 60004(TCP).
䭓 <Multicast Port>: Shows UDP port set for video transmission using UDP Multicast. The default value is
60005(UDP).
5
Enter your password.
6
Click the [OK] button.
䭓 The default password is “4321”.
䭓 The password is the camera login password of the root user.
䭓 The manual network setting is finished.
7
The camera is set to the manually entered IP and is restarted.
Setting Static IP _23
04 SETTING STATIC IP
䭓You can’t change the port numbers of Device, TCP, UDP, Upload and Multicast,
which are automatically changed according to the increase/decrease of the port
number of HTTP.
If more than one camera are connected to an IP Router
Set the IP and port settings for camera differently.
Items
1st Camera
2nd Camera
IP Related
Items
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
192.168.1.200
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.201
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
Port Related
Items
HTTP Port
Device Port
TCP Port
UDP Port
Upload Port
Multicast Port
80
60001
60002
60003
60004
60005
10000
10001
10002
10003
10004
10005
䭓If <HTTP Port>is not set to 80,the user must specify the port number as well as the IP address
in the Address input box of an Internet browser to connect to the camera.
Example) http://IP Address: HTTP Port
e.g.) http://192.168.1.201: 10000
24_ Setting Static IP
AUTOMATIC NETWORK SETTING
04 SETTING STATIC IP
Run the <IP Installer.exe> program and display the camera list found on the screen.
For the initial run, the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are all disabled.
1
Select a camera you want from the
camera list.
1
䭓 Confirm the MAC Address of the camera
on its rear panel.
䭓 The [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button
are activated.
2
Click the [Auto Set] button.
2
䭓 The Auto Set window appears.
䭓 The automatically found <IP Address>,
<Subnet Mask>and <Gate Way> are
displayed.
3
Enter your password.
䭓 The password is the camera login password
of the root user.
䭓 The default password is “4321”.
4
Click the [OK] button.
䭓 The automatic network setting is finished.
5
The camera automatically restarts when
the network setting is complete.
4
3
Setting Static IP _25
setting dynamic ip
DYNAMIC IP SETTING
Examples of using Dynamic IP
䭓 If the camera is installed on an IP router and obtains an IP using DHCP
䭓 If the camera is connected directly to a xDSL/Cable modem using DHCP
䭓 If an IP is allocated by the internal DHCP server in local area networking
Dynamic IP Check
1
2
1
When you run the IP Installer on your local PC, the camera with a dynamic IP allocated is
listed.
2
Select the camera in the list and click the [Manual Set] button to check the camera for
the current dynamic IP.
䭓 In this case, the ADDRESS field is automatically filled and you can’t change it.
However, you can still change the port settings.
26_ Setting Dynamic IP
PORT FORWARDING (PORT MAPPING) SETTING
Manual Port Forwarding
1
1
Click <Applications &Gaming> ´
<Port Range Forward> from the
Settings menu of the IP Router.
䭓 For the menu location and the setting
of Port Forwarding, refer to the IP
router’s documentation.
2
Select the <TCP> and <UDP Port>
for each camera connected to the
IP Router.
䭓 Each of the port numbers for the
IP Router must be according
to those presented in <BASIC> ´
<IP> of the SETUP screen of the camera.
3
If the setting is complete,
click the [Save Settings] button.
2
3
䭓 The changes are saved.
Setting Dynamic IP _27
05 SETTING DYNAMIC IP
With the camera installed on an IP router, you must set the port forwarding for the IP router before
an IP router external remote PC can connect to the IP router internal camera.
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CONNECTING TO THE CAMERA
Connecting to the camera
General
䭓 Run an Internet browser.
䭓 Enter the IP address for the camera in the Address input box.
Example) IP Address: 192.168.1.200 ´ http://192.168.1.200
- The Login screen appears.
If the HTTP port number is not 80
䭓 Run an Internet browser.
䭓 Enter the IP address and the HTTP port number for the camera in the Address input box.
Example) IP Address: 192.168.1.200:Port Number(10000) ´ http://192.168.1.200:10000
- The Login screen appears.
Connection using URL
䭓 Run an Internet browser.
䭓 Enter the DDNS URL for the camera in the Address input box.
Example) URL Address: http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
- The Login screen appears.
Connection using URL (If the HTTP port number is not 80)
䭓 Run an Internet browser.
䭓 Enter the DDNS URL and the HTTP port number for the camera in the Address input box.
Example) URL Address: http://mfffe42.websamsung.net:Port Number(10000) ´
http://mfffe42.websamsung.net:10000
- The Login screen appears.
28_ Using the camera
Checking the DDNS address
Example) - If the MAC address of the camera is 00 : 00 : f0 : ff : fe : 42 :
c + fffe42 + websamsung.net = cfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of a camera is 00 : 16 : 6c : ff : fe : 42 :
m + fffe42 + websamsung.net = mfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of a camera is 00 : 68 : 36 : ff : fe : 42 :
p + fffe42 + websamsung.net = pfffe42.websamsung.net
䭓The IP and MAC addresses are used in this manual for illustrative purposes only.
Therefore, you must not enter Notice the addresses presented in this manual
when you setting your equipment.
Connecting to the camera using the IP Installer program
Double-click a camera you want from
the search result screen.
䭓 The Login screen appears.
䭓 If the ActiveX window appears,
install it referring to the next page.
Using the camera _29
06 USING THE CAMERA
䭓 A DDNS address consists of <One among from lower-case alphabet characters of c,
m and p> + <Last 6 digits of the MAC address> + <websamsung.net>.
䭓 The lower-case alphabet letter is represented as <c>if the first 6 digits of the MAC
address is <00:00:f0>, <m> if <00:16:6c>, and <p> if <00:68:36>.
INSTALLING ACTIVEX
If you connect the camera to the Internet and configure the network settings, you can monitor
the picture of the connected camera in real-time.
For Windows XP Service Pack 2
1
If the following screen appears,
click the Install button.
2
Click the <Install ActiveX Control>.
3
If the Security Warning window appears,
click the [Install] button.
1
3
䭓For successful installation, disable the pop-up blocker by going to the option below.
Internet Explorer p Tools p Pop-up blocker p Always Allow Pop-ups from This Site
30_ Using the camera
Logging to the camera
06 USING THE CAMERA
For the first login, the user ID is “root” and password is “4321”.
1
Type root in the <User ID>input box.
2
Type 4321 in the <Password> input box.
䭓 If you have changed the old password,
type the new password here.
3
Click the [Log In] button.
1
2
3
䭓 When the login is complete, the camera
Viewer screen appears.
䭓For the security purposes, make sure to change the password by clicking <BASIC> ´
<USER> in the SETUP screen.
The administrator ID, root is fixed and cannot be changed.
䭓If you select the <Save ID> check box, the user ID is saved and will be entered automatically in
the following logins.
䭓You are required to install DirectX 8.1 or later on your Windows-based PC.
䭓You can download DirectX for free at http://www.microsoft.com/download
Using the camera _31
USING THE VIEWER SCREEN
If you connect to the camera, the following Viewer screen appears.
Main Screen Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
13
8
7
9
10
11
12
Name
1 LIVE
Button
Function and Description
Moves to the main screen.
You can search stored video data using date
parameters.
䭓 The date can be adjusted from the calendar
2 SEARCH
window.
䭓 Recording image can be searched using the
timeline.
䭓 Available commands include Play, Pause, Fast
Forward, and Rewind.
3 SETUP
32_ Using the camera
Moves to the setup screen.
4 ABOUT
Status
window
6 Capture
button
Displays the model name and the address of the
connected device.
Captures the current picture on the screen and saves it
as a .jpeg or .bmp image file.
7 Print button
Prints the current picture on the screen.
8 Record
Saves the current video as a .avi video file.
button
9 Video
Channel
Selection
10 Screen Size
& Partition
Buttons
11 Camera
function
buttons
12 Audio
buttons
13 View
Screen
Displays the information of the current video channel
between <MJPEG> and <MPEG4>.
䭓 You can select a screen size as shown below.
䭓
: Displays the video in its original size.
䭓
: Zooms-out the video size to its 1/4 and
displays it in the center.
䭓
: Displays the video fitting to the viewer screen
size. The aspect ratio of the video may be
different.
䭓
: You can see the image in full screen.
䭓 Pressing the ESC key from full screen mode
restores the display back to split screen mode.
If the display does not switch over to normal split
screen, alt+tab and then select Active Movie.
From here, press the ESC key to make the switch.
This camera model does not support PTZ control
functions.
䭓 Listen, Speak, Volume ST button
The current video is displayed on live screen.
Using the camera _33
06 USING THE CAMERA
5 Connection
You can view information, version, manufacturer, etc.
To Capture a Video
1
At a desired scene, click the
[CAPTURE] button.
䭓 The capture confirmation window appears.
2
Click [OK].
䭓 The captured screen image is saved in
the specified folder path.
䭓Default save paths are provided for each version of Windows.
Windows XP: C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Live
Windows Vista: C:\users\[user ID]\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Live
To change the saving path, click [SAVE PATH] button( ) and then select the path you want.
䭓The file is automatically named as follows: <IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index>
Example) 192.168.130.40_60001_20080601_203523_00
䭓The save path cannot be changed if you are using Windows Vista.
To Print a Video
1
At a desired scene, click the [PRINT] button.
䭓 The print setup window appears.
2
Click [OK].
The captured screen image is printed.
34_ Using the camera
To Record a Video
At desired scene, click the
[RECORD] button.
2-1
2
3
4
Set up the AVI save.
2-2
䭓 2-1 Destination Folder:
Allows you to change the file save path.
䭓 2-2 File Name:
Allows you to change the name of the file.
䭓 2-3 Insufficient Disk Space Setting:
Recording automatically stops if the amount
of space available on the hard disk falls below
the amount designated under this setting.
2-3
3
REC
Click [OK].
䭓 On the viewer screen, <REC> indicator
appears and the recording is started.
䭓 The captured screen image is saved in
the specified saving path.
To stop a recording, click the
[RECORD] button once again.
䭓Default save paths are provided for each version of Windows.
Windows XP: C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNC-M300\VidedClip\Live
Windows Vista: C:\users\[user ID]\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Live
To change the saving path, click [SAVE PATH] button( ) and then select the path you want.
䭓The file is automatically named as follows: <IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index>
Example) 192.168.130.40_60001_20080601_203523_00
䭓For AVI Save, you need the DivX codec for playing saved files. You can download the free
version of the Divx codec at http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow/.
䭓The save path cannot be changed if you are using Windows Vista.
Using the camera _35
06 USING THE CAMERA
1
USING THE SEARCH VIEWER SCREEN
If you connect to the camera, the following Search Viewer screen appears.
Main Screen Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
12
8
7
9
10
11
Name
Button
Function and Description
1 Live tab
Moves to the main screen.
2 Search
You can search stored video data using date
parameters.
tab
3 Setup tab
Moves to the setup screen.
4 About tab
You can view information, version, manufacturer, etc.
5 Connection
Status
window
36_ Using the camera
Displays the model name and the address of the
connected device.
6 Capture
9 Calendar
Selection
10 Timeline
Display
Prints the recorded image on the screen.
Saves the recorded video as a .avi video file.
Searches the recorded video using the calendar.
Searches the recorded video using the timeline.
11 Playback
function
buttons
12 View
Screen
Playbacks the recorded video with various way.
Displays the recorded video on live screen.
Using the camera _37
06 USING THE CAMERA
button
7 Print
button
8 Record
button
Captures the recorded image on the screen and saves it
as a .jpeg or .bmp image file.
To Capture a Video
1
At a desired scene,
click the [CAPTURE] button.
䭓 The capture confirmation window appears.
2
Click [OK].
䭓 The captured screen image is saved in
the specified folder path.
䭓Default save paths are provided for each version of Windows.
Windows XP: C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Search
Windows Vista: C:\users\[user ID]\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Search
To change the saving path, click [SAVE PATH] button( ) and then select the path you want.
䭓The file is automatically named as follows: <IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index>
Example) 192.168.130.40_60001_20080601_203523_00
䭓The save path cannot be changed if you are using Windows Vista.
To Print a Video
1
At a desired scene, click the [PRINT] button.
䭓 The print setup window appears.
2
Click [OK].
The captured screen image is printed.
38_ Using the camera
To Record a Video
At desired scene, click the
[RECORD] button.
2
Click [OK].
3
06 USING THE CAMERA
1
䭓 On the viewer screen, <REC> indicator
appears and the recording is started.
䭓 The captured screen image is saved in
the specified saving path.
To stop a recording, click the
[RECORD] button once again.
REC
䭓Default save paths are provided for each version of Windows.
Windows XP: C:\Program Files\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Search
Windows Vista: C:\users\[user ID]\AppData\LocalLow\Samsung\SNC-M300\SnapShot\Search
To change the saving path, click [SAVE PATH] button( ) and then select the path you want.
䭓The file is automatically named as follows: <IP address_Port number_YYMMDD_camera
number_index>
Example) 192.168.130.40_60001_20080601_203523_00
䭓For AVI Save, you need the DivX codec for playing saved files. You can download the free
version of the Divx codec at http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow/.
䭓The save path cannot be changed if you are using Windows Vista.
Using the camera _39
To Search the Video Data
1
From the calendar, select the date you
wish to search.
䭓 Video data associated with that date will
than appear.
2
Select the timeframe you wish to search,
using the timeline.
䭓Clicking on the [Today] button applies today’s
date.
䭓
䭓
: Displays a two-hour zone and enables
search in five-minute intervals.
: Displays a 24-hour zone and enables
search in one-hour intervals.
To Control Playback
Button
Function Description
Reverse-plays faster (2x, 4x, 8x).
Performs Reverse Play.
Performs playback.
Plays faster (2x, 4x, 8x).
Moves the beginning time of recorded video in the time line.
Performs one step reverse play by one frame.
Pauses playback.
Performs one step forward by one frame.
Moves the last time of recorded video in the time line.
40_ Using the camera
setting up
SETTING THE CAMERA
07 SETTING UP
You can set various functions such as Basic Setting, System, Layout, etc.
In the viewer screen, click the [SETUP] tab.
The SETUP screen appears.
Setting Up _41
SETUP Screen Layout
SETUP
BASIC
VIDEO & AUDIO
IP
USER
LANGUAGE
SYSTEM
DATE/TIME
LOG
SOFTWARE UPDATE
RESET
CAMERA
OVERLAY
OVERLAY TEXT
EVENT
TRANSFER SETUP
RECORD SETUP
ALARM IMAGE
ALARM INPUT1
ALARM INPUT2
MOTION
SCHEDULE
NETWORK
STREAMING SETUP
DDNS
42_ Setting Up
BASIC CONFIGURATION
07 SETTING UP
To setup Video/Audio
You can set the video resolution, quality, frames per second, and input gain.
1
Click <BASIC> ´ <VIDEO & AUDIO>.
䭓 The VIDEO & AUDIO window appears.
2
To complete the video setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓You will not be able to hear the audio
data if the audio input gain is at zero.
䭓<Resolution>: Select a video size from the options shown below.
MJPEG: QXGA(2048x1536), UXGA(1600x1200), SXGA(1280x1024)
MPEG: VGA(640x480)
䭓<Quality>: Select a video quality from <Very High>, <High>, <Normal>, <Low> and <Very Low>.
䭓<Frame Rate>: Select a frame rate.
MJPEG: QXGA(12ips, 6ips, 3ips, 1ips, Auto), UXGA(19ips, 10ips, 5ips, 1ips, Auto),
SXGA(25ips, 13ips, 6ips, 1ips, Auto)
MPEG: QXGA(12ips, 6ips, 3ips, 1ips, Auto), UXGA(19ips, 10ips, 3ips, 1ips, Auto),
SXGA(25ips, 13ips, 3ips, 1ips, Auto)
䭓<Input Gain>: Select the audio amplification level between 0 and 10
䭓If the frame rate of MJPEG is at its maximum value, the frame rate of MPEG can only be set to
3 ips or 1 ips.
Setting Up _43
To Setup IP settings
1
Click <BASIC> ´ <IP>.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 IP Setting window appears.
䭓 The settings are saved and the system is
restarted.
䭓 The currently opened web browser is closed.
䭓When two or more cameras are
connected to a single IP sharing device,
IP-related settings and port-related
settings should be configured differently.
䭓<IP Type>: Shows the current camera IP setting type.
- Select the IP setting type from <Static IP> or <Dynamic IP>.
䭓<IP Configuration>: Allows setting the camera and port related settings.
- <MAC Address>: Shows the Ethernet MAC address. Since this value is used to create a DDNS
address, confirm the value.
- <IP Address>: Shows the currently configured IP address. If the <IP Type> is set to <Static IP>,
you can change the IP address.
- <Subnet Mask>: Shows the <Subnet Mask> for the configured IP address.
- <Gateway>: Shows the <Gateway> address for the configured IP address.
- <DNS Server>: Shows the IP address of the DNS (Domain Name Service) server.
- <HTTP Webserver Port>: Shows the HTTP port used to connect to the camera using the web
browser. The default port number is 80(TCP).
- <Device Port(TCP)>: A port used to control video transmission. The default value is 60001(TCP).
- <TCP Streaming Port>: A port used to transfer video using the TCP protocols.
The default value is 60002(TCP).
- <UDP Streaming Port>: A port used to transfer video using the UDP multicast protocols.
The default value is 60003(UDP).
- <Upload Port(TCP)>: A port used to upgrade software. Default value is 60004(TCP).
䭓<Multicast Settings>: To transmit a video using UDP Multicast, you can set the IP address, port and
TTL.
- <Multicast Address>: Shows IP address set for video transmission using UDP Multicast.
The default value is 225.128.1.128. It is recommended to set it to between
224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255.
- <Multicast Port>: Shows UDP port set for video transmission using UDP Multicast.
The default value is 60005(UDP).
- <TTL>: TTL stands for “Time To Live” that allows you to set the number of routers so that the packet
can pass through. Each router decrease the TTL value one by one when a packet passes
it through. If the TTL value reaches 0, the packet cannot pass through a router. The default
value is 63. It is recommended to set it to between 0 and 255.
44_ Setting Up
To Setup Users
Click <BASIC> ´ <USER>.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
07 SETTING UP
1
䭓 The USER window appears.
䭓 The settings are saved and the system
is restarted.
䭓 The currently opened web browser is closed.
䭓<Login Authentication>: You can determine whether to require login authentication for users.
- If it is set to <Enable>, the users can connect to the system through login authentication, while it is
set to <Disable>, the users can connect to the system without login authentication. However, users
connected to the system without login have USER permission.
- When the setting is complete, click the [Apply] button.
䭓<User Login ID/Password List>: Shows user ID, password and level (permissions) in a list.
- You can register up to 10 users.
- The default administrator ID is root.
- <Administrator> cannot be deleted or added and you can change the password only.
Setting Up _45
To register an user
1
In the USER window,
click the [Insert] button.
䭓 The <Insert User> window appears.
2
Enter user ID and password.
䭓 For the ID and password, up to
9 alphanumeric and some special
characters are allowed.
3
Select the user permission.
䭓 Select a user permission for the new
user from the <Operator> and <User>
in the Level field.
4
Click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The user registration is completed.
䭓You cannot register a duplicated user ID.
䭓You cannot register root or guest user ID.
46_ Setting Up
2
3
4
To modify a registered user account
Select the <Select> check box of a
user account to be modified in the
USER window.
2
Click the [Modify] button in the
USER window.
07 SETTING UP
1
䭓 The <Modify User> window appears.
3
In the window, modify <User ID>,
<Password>, <Confirm Password>
or <Level> of the user account.
4
Click the [Apply] button.
3
4
䭓 Modifying a registered user is complete.
To delete a registered user account
1
Select the <Select> check box of a user account to be deleted in the USER window.
2
Click the [Delete] button in the USER window.
䭓 Deleting a registered user is complete.
䭓About User Level
<Administrator>: The Administrator can use all functions and change the setup or search.
<Operator>: The Operator can use all functions except setup and playback functions.
<User>: The User can monitor video only.
Setting Up _47
To set the display language
1
Click <BASIC> ´ <LANGUAGE>.
䭓 The LANGUAGE window appears where
you can select a preferred language.
䭓 You can select once from 7 languages
(English/Korean/Chinese/French/Italian/
Spanish/German).
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The language has been changed to
the selected one.
48_ Setting Up
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
You can get the current system time from a NTP server or a PC and set the system time.
1
Click <SYSTEM> ´ <DATE/TIME>.
䭓 The DATE/TIME window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓The date can be configured between 1 January 2000 and 31 December 2037.
䭓<Current System Time>: Shows the time according to the setting of System Time Setup.
䭓<System Time Setup>: You can set the time synchronized with NTP server (time server) or PC,
or manually setup.
Setting Up _49
07 SETTING UP
To set date/time
To setup the system time
1
Select one of the NTP server addresses
of the <Address> list, or click
<Syncronize with PC Viewer>.
2
Set the date and time directly if you
select <Manual>.
3
Click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The setting time is applied.
䭓NTP Server IPs are provided by a public agency and their list is therefore subject to change.
䭓In a local network, a separate NTP server must be manually defined.
䭓The current time can vary depending on the computers regional (GMT and DST) and country
(PC time configuration) settings.
To view the log information
Click <SYSTEM> ´ <LOG>.
䭓 The Log window appears showing log
information.
䭓<System Log List>: Shows the log information about the system changes along with time and IP
address.
- <User Log In>: Shows current camera login user.
- <Video Configuration Change>: Shows video setting changes.
- <System Time Change>: Shows time changes.
- <System Start>: Shows time when the camera is turned on.
䭓The maximum number of logs that can be recorded is 2,000.
䭓If the number goes over 2,000, new logs are added and the bottom-most logs are deleted.
50_ Setting Up
To update the software
07 SETTING UP
Click <SYSTEM> ´
<SOFTWARE UPDATE>.
䭓 The Software Update window appears.
To update the software
1
In the USER window,
click the [Browse] button.
䭓 The Open File window appears.
2
Select an update file and click the
[Open] button.
3
In the USER window,
click the [Install] button.
䭓 The file is uncompressed and the software
update begins.
䭓 Software update may take tens of minutes.
䭓 To cancel an update, click the [Cancel] button.
4
When the software update is done, the system will automatically restart.
䭓 Since the current connection is disconnected, you have to connect to the system again.
䭓Since, if the network is disconnected, the power fails or the PC abnormally operates during a
software update, the system may not work afterwards, take care not to cause a problem during
an update.
Setting Up _51
To reset the system
If the system abnormally operates or a problem occurs, you can restart or reset the system.
Click <SYSTEM> ´ <RESET>.
䭓 The Reset window appears.
䭓<Restart>: The Reset window appears.
䭓<Factory Default>: Initializes the system settings to the factory settings and then restarts the system.
- <Except Network Parameter>: Initializes the system settings except network settings.
- <All>: Initializes all the system settings. Selecting this option is the same as pressing the
[FACTORY RESET] button on the rear panel of the main body.
䭓After reset and restart, you have to connect to the system again.
䭓It takes a few minutes until the system booting is completed.
You cannot connect to the system until the system booting is complete.
䭓After running <Factory Default> ´ <All>, you have to run <IP Installer.exe> program and
setup network settings such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, etc., to connect to the
Internet.
52_ Setting Up
To setup the camera
07 SETTING UP
1
Click <SYSTEM> ´ <CAMERA>.
䭓 You can select one from <Image Flip>,
<Image>, <White Balance>,
<Exposure Mode>, <Adaptive Lighting Mode>,
<Power Line>, <Saturation> and <Detail>.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓<Image Flip>: Images can be flipped horizontally or vertically.
䭓<Image>: Images can be set to color or black and-white.
䭓<White Balance>: Color casts can be adjusted so that images in white can normally be seen at any
color temperature.
<Auto>: The camera can automatically adjust the color temperature in real time
according to changes in surroundings. The range of color temperature
that can be adjusted is approx. 2000K – 8000K.
<Daylight>: A mode set to a color temperature of 6500K.
<Tungsten>: A mode set to a color temperature of 2800K.
<Office fluorescent>: A mode set to a color temperature of 4000K.
<Fluorescent>: A mode set to a color temperature of 4500K.
<Horizontal>: A mode set to a color temperature of 2000K.
䭓<Exposure Mode>: The level of exposure can be adjusted by selecting Auto or Manual. (Settings:
Auto, Manual (0,1,2,3,4))
<Auto>: Supports the optimum exposure level.
<Manual>: A desired exposure level (0 – 4) can be set according to surroundings.
䭓<Adaptive Lighting Mode>: It can improve the lighting effect by increasing the intensity of the light.
<Off>: A mode in which the backlight function is turned off.
<Normal>: A mode in which both the dark and bright areas are adjusted
according to the surroundings.
<Backlit>: A mode in which the backlight adjustment function is
enhanced.
䭓<Power Line>: The power frequency can be set to 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
䭓<Saturation>: The screen image can be adjusted to desired saturation. (Settings: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
䭓<Detail>: Horizontal and vertical sharpness can be adjusted. (Settings: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)
Setting Up _53
LAYOUT CONFIGURATION
You can display text on the screen.
To Set text
1
Click <OVERLAY> ´
<OVERLAY TEXT>.
䭓 The Overlay Text window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓<Overlay Text Settings>: The <Disable> option hides an overlay text while <Enable> shows it on the
screen.
䭓<Show date>: Determines whether to display date on the bottom screen.
- <Display format>: Select a date display format.
YYYY-MM-DD: Year-Month-Day / MM-DD-YYYY: Month-Day-Year / DD-MM-YYYY: Day-MonthYear
䭓<Show time>: Determines whether to display time on the bottom screen.
- <Display format>: Select a date time format.
24hr: Time notation in 24 hours / 12hr: Time notation in 12 hours with AM/PM.
䭓<Text color>: Determines text color. You can select either <White> or <Black>.
䭓<Background color>: Determines text background color. You can select one from <White>, <Black>
and <Transparent>.
54_ Setting Up
EVENT CONFIGURATION
You can set an FTP/Email(SMTP) server to send the prior/posterior alarm image saved in the
camera when an alarm is generated.
Click <EVENT> ´ <TRANSFER SETUP>.
䭓 The TRNASFER SETUP window appears.
䭓If a commercial SMTP service is used,
ask the SMTP service provider for
detailed settings.
䭓<FTP Transfer>: You can transfer an alarm image to an FTP server. When the initial FTP server setting
and connection are not verified, the <Not verified> message appears.
- <Use Passive Mode>: Select this option when the passive mode connection is necessary due to firewall or
FTP server setting.
- <FTP Server Address>: Enter the IP address of an FTP server to which an alarm image will be sent.
- <Upload Path>: You can set the path of the FTP account to transfer an alarm image. You can set a path by
just typing </directory name> or <directory name> in this field. If you do not specify a path,
alarm files are sent to the root directory of the FTP account.
- <Port>: Although FTP server port is 21 as a default, you can change the port number according to the FTP
server settings.
- <User ID>: Enter a user account ID to connect to login the FTP server.
- <Password>: Enter a user account password to login the FTP server.
To test FTP transmission
Click the [Test] button.
䭓 Connect to the configured FTP server
and conduct image transmission test
automatically.
䭓 When the FTP server connection and
transmission tests are complete, the
<Verified> message will be displayed.
䭓 If the test fails, an error message appears.
In this case, check the FTP server status
and the configured settings once again.
Setting Up _55
07 SETTING UP
To set the image transmission function
䭓<E-mail(SMTP) Transfer> : You can transfer an alarm image through Email. This function supports
SMTP Email server only. When the initial SMTP server setting and
connection are not verified, the <Not verified> message appears.
- <SMTP Server Address>: Enter the IP address of an SMTP server to be used to send an Email.
Example) smtp.hotmail.com
- <User ID>: Enter a user account ID to connect to connect the SMTP server.
- <Password>: Enter a user account password to the SMTP server.
- <E-mail Sender>: Enter the address of the Email sender. If the sender address is incorrect, the Email
from the sender may be classified into SPAM mail by the SMTP server and may
not be sent.
- <E-mail Receiver>: Enter the address of the Email recipient.
- <Title>: Enter the title of the Email.
- <Message>: Enter the contents of the Email. An alarm image is attached to the Email as an attached
file.
To test Email transmission
Click the [Test] button.
䭓
䭓
䭓
Connect to the configured SMTP server
and conduct image transmission test
automatically.
When the SMTP server connection and
transmission tests are complete,
the <Verified> message will be displayed.
If the test fails, an error message appears.
In this case, check the SMTP server status
and the configured settings once again.
To setup the record
1
Click <EVENT> ´ <RECORD SETUP>.
䭓 The RECORD SETUP window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓 <SD Card>: Enables you to verify data saved on the SDHC memory card and format the
memory card itself. It is possible to set to automatically delete movie clips
recorded before a certain period of time (e.g. 1 week, 1 month, or 1 year).
䭓 <Options>: Determine whether or not you wish to receive Email notification of insufficient
capacity warnings.
56_ Setting Up
To set an alarm image
1
Click <EVENT> ´ <ALARM IMAGE>.
䭓 The ALARM IMAGE SETUP window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
1
2
䭓 The settings are saved.
3
1. <Transfer Mode>: You can select a method to send an alarm image from the <FTP>, <E-Mail> and
<SD Card Record>.
- <FTP Transfer>: The image is sent to the specified FTP address.
- <E-Mail Transfer>: The image is sent to the specified Email address.
- SD Card Recording
X Insert an SDHC memory card.
X Configure the SDHC memory card (refer to page 56 for details).
X Check the SD Card Recording option and then click on the [Apply] button. The SD indicator will
then turn on and recording will commence.
X To remove the SDHC memory card, first uncheck the SD Card Recording option and then click on
the [Apply] button.
Removing the SDHC memory card while recording is in progress can damage the data.
2. <Transferred Image Naming Setup>: You can set the file name of an alarm image to be sent when
an alarm is generated or during the scheduled transfer.
3. <Pre/Post Alarm Image>: You can determine which of previous or posterior image is to be sent.
- <Number of Image>: Determines number of images to be sent per second. You can select 1 or 2 images per
second.
- <Pre-Alarm Duration>: Determines time of prior images to be sent. You can select <1 sec> or <3 sec>.
You can send a prior image of up to 3 seconds after an alarm is generated.
(The maximum time is determined by the number of images to be sent per second.)
- <Post-Alarm Duration>: Determines time of posterior images to be sent. You can select <1 sec> or <3 sec>.
You can send a posterior image of up to 3 seconds after an alarm is generated.
(The maximum time is determined by the number of images to be sent per second.)
Setting Up _57
07 SETTING UP
You can set an image to be sent through FTP/Email(SMTP) or saved on the SDHC memory
card when an alarm is generated or during the scheduled transfer.
To set an alarm input
1
Click <EVENT> ´ <ALARM INPUT 1>
or <ALARM INPUT 2>.
䭓 The ALARM INPUT window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓<Input Device Setup>: Select an input type from the <OFF>, <NO> and <NC>.
- <NO>(Normal Open): It is normally open, but if it is close, an alarm will be generated.
- <NC>(Normal Close): It is normally close, but if it is open, an alarm will be generated.
䭓<Activation Time>: You can set time to accept an alarm to take an action.
- <Always>: Always conducts the <Action> setting when an alarm is generated.
- <Only Scheduled Time>: Conducts the <Action> setting for an alarm only when it occurs during the
specified time period on the specified day of the week. The Start Time must
prior to and must differ from the End Time.
䭓<Action>: You can set an operation to be conducted when an alarm is generated.
- <Alarm Output>: Determines alarm output port to which the alarm signal is to be sent.
- <Output Duration>: Determines the period of time to output alarm signal to the specified alarm
output port when an alarm is generated. If another alarm event is generated
during the alarm output, the delay time is recalculated on the basis of the most
recently generated an alarm.
- <Alarm Image Transfer>: If <On> is selected, a JPG image is transmitted through FTP or Email
(SMTP) or saved on the SDHC memory card according to the <EVENT>
´ <TRANSFER SETUP> settings.
58_ Setting Up
To set the motion detection function
07 SETTING UP
1
Click <EVENT> ´ <MOTION>.
䭓 The MOTION window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓<M.D. Function>: <Enable> activates the motion detection function, while <Disable> disables the
function.
䭓<M.D. Configuration>: You can set motion detection performance parameters.
- <Motion Sensitivity>: Select a motion detection function sensitivity from <High>, <Medium> and
<Low>. The <High> option provides high sensitivity of motion detection and
generates motion detection event if a small motion is detected.
- <Motion Area>: You can set an area to detect motion.
䭓<Activation Time>: You can set time to accept a motion detection to take an action.
- <Always>: Always conducts the <Action> setting when a motion is detected.
- <Only Scheduled Time>: Conducts the <Action> setting for a motion detection only when it occurs
during the specified time period on the specified day of the week. The Start
Time must prior to and must differ from the End Time.
䭓<Action>: You can set an operation to be conducted when a motion is detected.
- <Alarm Output>: Determines a motion detection output port to which the alarm signal is to be sent.
- <Output Duration>: Determines the period of time to output the alarm signal to the specified alarm output
port when a motion is detected. If another detection event is generated during the alarm
output, the delay time is recalculated on the basis of the most recently generated motion
detection.
- <Alarm Image Transfer>: If <On> is selected, a JPG image is transmitted through FTP or Email (SMTP) or
saved on the SDHC memory card according to the <EVENT> ´ <TRANSFER
SETUP> settings.
Setting Up _59
To set a motion detection target area
You can set a specific area to detect a motion in.
1
In the MOTION window,
click the [Motion Area] button.
䭓 The Motion Area window appears.
䭓 You can set a specific area to detect
a motion in.
2
Click over square boxes corresponding
to your desired motion detection target
area.
䭓 The selected area is colored in yellow.
3
To cancel a selection, click over the
square box once again.
䭓 The square box returns to its original color.
4
To complete the setting, click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓 The motions in the selected area will be detected.
60_ Setting Up
To set scheduled transmission
1
Click <EVENT> ´ <SCHEDULE>.
䭓 The SCHEDULE window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓<Schedule Transfer Function>: <Enable> activates the scheduled transmission function, while
<Disable> disables the function.
䭓<Transfer Interval>: You can set the time interval to transmit images. You can select a unit of time from
<SECONDS> or <MINUTES>. You can set the time interval so that an image is
transmitted every 5/15/30/45/60 seconds or minutes.
䭓<Activation Time>: You can set the time to execute the scheduled transmission function.
- <Always>: Always transmits images according to the specified interval.
- <Only Scheduled Time>: Transmits images according to the specified interval during the specified
time period on the specified day of the week.
䭓The Start Time must be prior to and must differ from the End Time.
Setting Up _61
07 SETTING UP
You can have a JPEG image sent through FTP and Email or recorded on the SDHC card
periodically.
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
To set video streaming
You can control the data transfer rate according to the camera video streaming type and
network bandwidth.
1
Click <NETWORK> ´
<STREAMING SETUP>.
䭓 The STREAMING SETUP window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓<Streaming Type>: You can select a protocol for video transmission from the <TCP>,
<UDP(Unicast)> and <UDP(Multicast)>.
- <TCP>: It is a general purpose protocol used for a transmission that requires reliability. Since it
provides a connection based communication between the sender and recipient, it provides
high reliability against transmission data loss. However, it is inappropriate to transmit a large
amount of data in real-time because of its transmission overhead. It enables reliable data
transmission over xDSL and cable network at a relatively slow speed.
- <UDP(Unicast)>: It refers to transmitting data to only one receiver (1:1).
- <UDP(Multicast)>: It refers to the data transfer protocol in one-to-many (1:N) between the transmitting
and receiving terminals. Although it alleviates the network load, it requires <Multicast>
router. For more information such as whether the network over which the camera is
installed supports <Multicast>, ask your network administrator.
䭓UDP: It is a protocol appropriate to transmit a large amount of data such as multimedia data
in short time. However, it provides higher transmission efficiency than TCP especially
over high speed connections faster than 100Mbps.
䭓With multicast activated, it is not possible to perform video recording search.
䭓Audio cannot be transmitted to the camera through the microphone.
䭓Multicast backbone (MBone) is not supported, and the camera can only be used in a LANbased multicast environment.
䭓<Streaming Control>: You need to set the bandwidth to an appropriate value according to the data
rate of your network for smooth video streaming.
- You can set the <Bandwidth> by selecting one from <Unlimited/5Mbps/3Mbps/1Mbps/
600Kbps/300kbps/150Kbps>.
- If your network provides data rate equal to or higher than 100Mbps, it is recommended to set the
<Bandwidth> to <Unlimited> or <5Mbps>. If you are using a broadband Internet connection, set
the <Bandwidth> to <3Mbps> or <1Mbps>.
- If you are using low speed xDSL network, set the <Bandwidth> to <600Kbps> or lower for
smooth video streaming.
- The maximum number of images per second in the video setting menu is automatically determined
depending on the selected <Bandwidth> value.
62_ Setting Up
To set DDNS
1
Click <NETWORK> ´ <DDNS>.
䭓 The DDNS window appears.
2
To complete the setting,
click the [Apply] button.
䭓 The settings are saved.
䭓If Samsung’s DDNS service is selected, the Host Name is automatically generated using the camera
MAC address.
䭓A camera MAC address consists of <One among from lower-case alphabet characters of c, m and
p> + <Last 6 digits of the MAC address> + <websamsung.net>.
䭓The lower-case alphabet letter becomes <c> if the first 6 digits of the MAC address is <00:00:f0>,
<m> if <00:16:6c>, and <p> if <00:68:36>.
Example) - If the MAC address of a camera is 00 : 00 : f0 : ff : fe : 42,
c + fffe42 + websamsung.net = cfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of a camera is 00 : 16 : 6c : ff : fe : 42,
m + fffe42 + websamsung.net = mfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of a camera is 00 : 68 : 36 : ff : fe : 42,
p + fffe42 + websamsung.net = pfffe42.websamsung.net
䭓To use another DDNS service, sign up a DDNS site that is supported by a camera and use it with the
user ID and password you have specified when you sign up the site.
䭓For information about how to sign up another DDNS and setup Host Name, please visit the
corresponding DDNS service website and ask about that.
Setting Up _63
07 SETTING UP
DDNS is an abbreviation of Dynamic Domain Name Service that converts the IP address
of a camera into a general Host Name so that the user can easily remember it and enables
connecting a camera with a fixed Host Name even if the IP address of the camera may be
dynamically changed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
䭓 Check to make sure that the camera’s Network settings
䭓
䭓
I can’t access the camera
from a web browser.
䭓
䭓
䭓
are appropriate.
Check to make sure that all network cables have been
connected properly.
If connected using DHCP, verify that the camera is able
to acquire dynamic IP addresses without any problem.
If connected using a DDNS URL, verify that the MAC
address has been properly entered.
If the camera is connected to an xDSL network, ensure
that Bandwidth is set to less than 600Kbps. Because xDSL
offers slow connection speed, setting Bandwidth high
results in network load and hinder network connection.
If the camera is connected to a router, verify that port
forwarding is properly configured.
䭓 Connected Viewers become disconnected upon any change
Viewer got disconnected
during monitoring.
I cannot connect to the
system using a tab browser
of Internet Explorer 7.0.
The camera connected to
the network is not detected
in the IP installer program.
to camera or network configurations.
䭓 Check all network connections.
䭓 If the camera is connected over an xDSL network, it’s possible for Viewer to disconnect under poor network conditions.
䭓 When you try to connect to the system using a tab browser,
the same cookie information is shared, resulting in errors when
connected. Therefore, instead of using a tab browser, open a new
browser window to connect to the system.
䭓 Turn off the firewall settings on your PC and then search the camera
again.
䭓 Check whether two or more cameras are set to a single multicast
Images overlap.
64_ Appendix
address instead of different addresses. If a single address is
used for multiple cameras, the images may overlap.
SOLUTION
䭓 If the transmission method is set to multicast, check whether
No image appears.
I enabled Motion Detection
Feature under Motion
Detection, but .jpg files are
not getting sent over FTP/
SMTP even after motion
detection occurs at the FT
camera.
Is it possible to configure
Motion Zone with Motion
Detection Feature disabled?
A motion event took place
but didn’t trigger an alarm.
Data is not getting recorded
on the SDHC memory card.
SD Indicator will not turn
on after inserting an SDHC
memory card.
there is a router that supports multicast in the LAN the camera is
connected to.
䭓 Verify the settings in the following sequence:
A. NTP must be properly configured.
B. Motion Detection Feature must be enabled.
C. Alarm Video Transmission must be enabled.
D. Check for scheduling conflict.
䭓 Yes. Motion Zone can be configured independently of
whether or not Motion Detection Feature is in use.
䭓 Check alarm output port settings.
䭓 Make sure that the memory card is not defective.
䭓 Verify that the Lock switch on the memory card is not
enabled.
䭓 Make sure that the memory card is not defective.
䭓 Go to Configurations ´ Events ´ Alarm Image Settings and
verify that SD Card Recording option is checked.
䭓 Make sure that the memory card has been inserted correctly
I inserted an SDHC memory
card, but the camera isn’t
working properly.
The SDHC memory card is
not getting formatted.
in the right direction. With memory cards that have been
formatted from a different device, their performance cannot
be guaranteed when used in the camera.
Go to Configurations ´ Events ´ Recording Settings and
format the memory card again.
䭓 Verify that the memory card’s Lock function is not enabled.
Appendix _65
08 APPENDIX
PROBLEM
SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Details
Image Device
Progressive SCAN CMOS 1/2"
Effective Pixels
2048(H) x 1536(V)
Min. Scene Illumination
2 Lux
Dynamic Range
60dB
Lens
Manual Iris
Lens Mount
CS/C (Mount adaptor)
Network Board OS
Embedded Linux
Client
Windows XP , VISTA
Environment
Browser
OS
Web Browser
Internet explorer 6.0 higher
Video
MPEG4 ,MJPEG
Audio
G.711 : Full Duplex, 64Kbps, 8KHz sampling
Flash Memory
16M byte
SDRAM
128M byte
Ethernet
10/100BASE-T
Compression
Network
Hardware
Network
Video
Resolution
66_ Appendix
Network
Protocol
Network
Protocol
TCP, UDP, NTP, HTTP, DHCP
Streaming
TCP, UDP(Unicast, Multicast)
DDNS
Samsung DDNS and Public DDNS servers support
MJPEG Codec
QXGA(2048 x 1536), UXGA(1600 x 1200),
SXGA(1280 x 1024)
MPEG4 Codec
VGA(640 x 480)
Details
Image
Resolution
QXGA
Frame Rate
UXGA
SXGA
MPEG
JPEG
Quality Image Size Frame
Rate(fps)
(KB)
3
Very High 300
1
3
High
200
1
QXGA (2048 x
3
Normal
170
1536)
1
3
Low
140
1
3
Very Low 112
1
MPEG
JPEG
Image
Quality Image Size Frame
Resolution
Rate(fps)
(KB)
3
Very High 190
1
3
High
135
1
UXGA (1600 x
3
Normal
110
1200)
1
3
Low
95
1
3
Very Low
77
1
MPEG
JPEG
Image
Quality Image Size Frame
Resolution
Rate(fps)
(KB)
3
Very High 140
1
3
High
100
1
SXGA (1280 x
3
Normal
85
1
1024)
3
Low
73
1
3
Very Low
56
1
Video Quality
Very High, High, Normal, Low, Very Low
Motion Detection
High, Medium, Low
JPEG Frame Rate(fps)
12
6
7
8
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
6
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
3
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
JPEG Frame Rate(fps)
19
11
12
15
16
16
18
17
18
17
18
10
6
7
8
9
8
9
9
9
9
9
5
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
JPEG Frame Rate(fps)
25
18
19
20
21
21
23
23
24
24
25
13
10
11
12
12
12
12
12
13
12
13
6
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Appendix _67
08 APPENDIX
Item
Item
Details
Connection Unicast
Users
Multicast
Maximum 10 Users
Alarm IN/OUT
Input: 2, Output: 2
Maximum 20 Users
Alarm Event Alarm Input Transfer
FTP Transfer / Email(SMTP) Transfer / SD Card Record
Image
Motion Detection Transfer FTP Transfer / Email(SMTP) Transfer / SD Card Record
Transfer
Synchronization with NTP, Synchronization with PC, Manual
Time Setup
setting
IP installer
IP installation function( XP, VISTA support )
Software Upgrade
Firmware upgrade by web browser
HTTP API
SDK
Windows
API
Power
Application
program
interface
Windows
API
Provides functionality to set/retrieve internal parameter values.
ActiveX components for viewing streams from video camera and
controlling.
AC24V±10%(60Hz±0.3Hz)
DC12V+10%/-5%
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Power Consumption
Approx. 6W
Operation Temperature
0˚C~50˚C
Operation Humidity
~90%
Dimension
W147.4 X D60.9 X H83 mm
Weight
Approx. 382g
68_ Appendix
GPL/LGPL SOFTWARE LICENSE
And you can visit at www.samsungsecurity.com to get the source codes of the following
GPL and LGPL software used for this product.
䭓 GPL S/W
- Base Kernel, Busybox, Sysvinit, dosfstools
䭓 LGPL S/W
- gLibc, Inetutils
Appendix _69
08 APPENDIX
This product uses open-source software distributed under the terms of GPL and LGPL.
70_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _71
72_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _73
74_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _75
76_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _77
78_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _79
80_ Appendix
08 APPENDIX
Appendix _81
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection
systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be
disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product,
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environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the
purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for
disposal.