Bosch DiBos Micro Installation guide

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Table of Contents
1
Safety Notes
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2
Introduction
11
2.1
System Description
11
2.2
Unpacking
11
2.3
Power
11
2.4
Environmental
11
2.5
Recommended Virus Scanners/Firewall
12
2.5.1
Virus Scanners
12
2.5.2
Firewall
12
2.6
System Overview/Technical Specifications
14
2.6.1
DiBos
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2.6.2
DiBos micro
18
3
Device Connections
21
3.1
DiBos
21
3.1.1
DiBos Front View
21
3.1.2
DiBos Rear View
22
3.1.3
Grabber Card for DiBos
23
3.1.4
I/O Card for DiBos
24
3.2
DiBos micro
25
3.2.1
DiBos micro Front View
25
3.2.2
DiBos micro Rear View
26
3.2.3
Grabber Card for DiBos micro
27
3.2.4
I/O Card (for DiBos micro)
28
4
Quick Installation
30
5
Quick Configuration
31
5.1
General Settings
31
5.2
Creating a User
33
5.3
Setting up the Network
34
5.4
Specifying Cameras
36
5.5
Assigning Time Profiles
37
5.6
Setting Up Recording
38
6
Default Configuration
40
6.1
Configuring Drives
40
6.2
Configuring Video and Audio Connections
42
6.2.1
General Camera Settings
44
6.2.2
Setting up Dome Cameras and Pan/Tilt Cameras
46
6.2.3
Specifying Monitoring Zone for Motion Cameras
49
6.2.4
Configuring Tamper Detection
50
6.2.5
Configuring Video Monitors
52
6.2.6
Configuring camera sequence
53
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Editing Audio Settings
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6.2.8
Configuring JPEG IP Cameras
55
6.2.9
Configuring MPEG4 IP Cameras
58
6.3
Configuring Recording Settings
60
6.3.1
Configuring Recording Settings for Analog Cameras
60
6.3.2
Configuring Recording Settings of JPEG IP Cameras
67
6.3.3
Configuring Recording Settings of MPEG4 IP Cameras
69
6.4
Configuring Time Periods
71
6.5
Configuring Inputs and Outputs
73
6.5.1
Configuring Alarm Inputs
73
6.5.2
Configuring Relay Outputs
74
6.5.3
Configuring Alarm Simulation
75
6.5.4
Configuring Virtual Inputs
76
6.5.5
Configuring Automatic Teller Machines
77
6.5.6
Configuring Foyer Card Readers
79
6.5.7
Configuring AP Inputs
82
6.5.8
Configuring POS Inputs
86
6.5.9
Configuring ATM/POS Inputs
88
6.6
Configuring Alarm Processing
90
6.7
Configuring Remote Stations
94
6.8
Configuring Alarm Transmission
6.9
Configuring the Export Video Scheduler
100
6.10
Creating Authorization Levels
102
6.11
Configuring Users
107
6.12
Configuring Error Forwarding
109
6.13
Configuring Options
111
6.13.1
MIB List for SNMP
114
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6.13.2
Notification via SNMP
115
6.13.3
Configuring Automatic Alarm Recording
116
6.14
Configuring Browser Access and Network Settings
117
6.15
Administration and Dongle
119
6.15.1
Activating a License
122
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Remote configuration
123
8
XP Administration
124
8.1
Logging On as a Windows® XP User
124
8.2
Logging On as a Windows® XP Administrator
124
8.3
Changing the Administrator Password
124
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Connections
125
9.1
Network Connection via DSL
125
9.2
Connecting the ISDN Controller
128
9.3
Connecting VSCom 200 H (Interface Expansion)
129
9.4
Connecting External Hard Disks
129
9.5
Connecting a Malfunction Relay
129
9.6
Connecting an ATM (Serial)
130
9.7
Connecting the MINITER RS 485 Foyer Card Reader
134
9.8
Connecting the DCF 77 Radio Clock
137
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9.9
Connecting a Modem/ISDN Card (for Incoming Connections)
139
9.10
Connecting to AutoDome/SAE Dome
141
9.10.1
Connecting to Bosch Dome Cameras (Directly)
141
9.10.2
Connecting to Bosch Dome Cameras via Matrix Switch
141
9.10.3
Connecting to SAE Dome Cameras (Directly)
142
9.10.4
Connecting to SAE Dome Cameras with V3032 Biphase Interface
142
9.11
Connecting an AP
143
9.11.1
General
143
9.11.2
Connecting to NZ 500 (20 mA) Video System NZ 500
145
9.11.3
Connecting to BZ 500 (20 mA)
145
9.11.4
Connecting to AZ 1010/NZ 1008
146
9.11.5
Connecting to NZ 1012
147
9.11.6
Connecting to NZ 1060
148
9.11.7
Connecting to UEZ 1000 (20 mA)
149
9.11.8
Connecting to UEZ 2000 (20 mA)
149
9.11.9
Connecting to UGM 2020
150
10
Troubleshooting and Checks
151
10.1
Troubleshooting
151
10.2
Checking the Optional Network Connection
152
10.3
Checking the Optional ATM Connection
153
10.4
Checking the Optional Web Connection
154
11
Notes on Service and Maintenance
155
11.1
Maintenance Work to be Carried Out
155
11.2
Software Update
156
11.3
Troubleshooting
156
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Safety Notes
The following safety notes must be observed:
1.
Read, follow and retain instructions
All safety and operating instructions must be read and followed before installing the
device. Retain instructions for future reference.
2.
Observe warnings
Observe all warnings on the device and in the operating manual.
3.
Add-on devices
Do not use add-on devices that are not recommended by the product manufacturer as
these may cause hazards.
4.
Installation notes
Do not place the device on an unstable mounting, tripod or similar. The device may fall to
the ground and seriously injure the user or be damaged itself. Only use accessories that
have been recommended by the manufacturer or are delivered with the device. Fit the
device according to the manufacturer's instructions. Exercise extreme caution when
transporting the device on a trolley. Abrupt stopping, extreme force effects and uneven
surfaces may cause the device and the trolley to tip over.
5.
Cleaning
Unplug the device from the mains power supply before cleaning. Follow all instructions
for the device. Normally, cleaning can be carried out with a damp cloth. Do not use liquid
cleaners or cleaners in spray cans.
6.
Service
Do not attempt to service the device yourself. You may be exposed to high electrical
voltages or other hazards if you open or remove covers. Servicing must be carried out by
qualified maintenance personnel.
7.
Damage requiring service.
Unplug the device from the mains power supply and arrange for the device to be serviced
by qualified personnel if:
–
The mains cable or mains plug is damaged.
–
Liquids or foreign bodies are present in the device.
–
The device has come into contact with water and/or has been exposed to extreme
environmental conditions (e.g. rain, snow etc.).
–
If the device does not work properly in spite of following the operating instructions,
make changes only to those operating elements that are described in the operating
instructions. Incorrect changes to other operating elements may cause damage
requiring extensive repair work to be carried out by qualified service personnel.
–
The device has fallen to the ground or the housing has been damaged.
–
A noticeable change in the performance of the device has occurred. In this case, the
device must be serviced.
8.
Spare parts
If spare parts are required, service personnel must use spare parts that are
recommended by the manufacturer or correspond to the original parts. Using the wrong
spare parts may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
9.
Safety test
When servicing or repair is complete, ask service personnel to carry out a safety test to
ensure that the device is working correctly.
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10. Power source
The device must only be operated with the power source indicated on the label. If you are
not sure whether you can operate the device with a specific power source, ask the dealer
from whom you bought the device or your electricity provider.
You will find more information on devices that can be operated with batteries in the
operating manual.
For devices that are operated using external power units, only recommended and tested
power units should be used.
For devices that are operated using power units with limited power, the power unit must
conform to the EN 60950 standard. Other replacement power units may damage the
device and lead to fire or electric shock.
For devices that are operated using 24 V AC, the normal input voltage is 24 V AC. The
input voltage to the device should not exceed 30 V AC. The wiring provided by the
customer for connecting the power source to the device (24 V AC) must conform to
electrical codes (Class 2 power stages). The power source (24 V AC) must not be
grounded at the connectors or the power supply connections on the device.
11. Coax grounding
If a cable system is connected to the device for outside use, ensure that the cable system
is grounded. Only for models available in the USA: Section 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/ NFPA No.70-1981, contains information on the correct grounding of the
mounting, coax grounding at a discharge device, the size of the ground conductors, the
location of the discharge device, connection to discharge electrodes and requirements
regarding the discharge electrodes.
12. Grounding or polarizing
This device may have a polarized AC plug (a plug with one pin broader than the other).
With this protection system, the plug can only be inserted into a socket in one way. If you
are unable to insert the plug fully into the socket, rotate it and try again. If you are still
unable to insert the plug, ask an electrician to replace the socket with a later model. Do
not attempt to bypass the polarized plug.
Alternatively, the device may have a 3-phase ground plug with a third (grounding) pin.
With this protection system, the plug can only be inserted into a grounded socket. If you
are unable to insert the plug into the socket, ask an electrician to replace the socket with
a later model. Do not attempt to bypass the grounded plug.
13. Lightning
For added protection of the device during a storm, or when it is not used for a lengthy
period of time, unplug the device from the mains and disconnect the cable system. This
prevents the device being damaged by lightning or a power surge.
14. The installation location should be quiet and have only limited access.
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Devices for inside use
Water and damp — Do not use this device in the vicinity of water (e.g. in a damp cellar) or in
humid locations.
Entry of foreign bodies and liquids — Do not insert foreign bodies into the device openings
as you may touch parts that are at high-voltage or cause a short circuit, which may result in
fire or electric shock. Do not spill liquids on the device.
Mains cable and mains cable protectors — For devices that operate at 230 V AC, 50 Hz, the
input and output mains cables must conform to IEC publication 227 or IEC publication 245.
Mains cables should be laid in such a way that no one can step on them and no other objects
can be placed on top of them or leant against them. Particularly protect cables, plugs and
sockets as well as device entry points.
Overloading — Do not overload sockets and extension cables as this may result in fire or
electric shock.
Rack-mounting devices
Ventilation — This device should not be installed anywhere where correct ventilation cannot
be ensured or the manufacturer's instructions cannot be followed. The maximum operating
temperature for this device must not be exceeded.
Mechanical load — When installing the device in a rack, beware of hazards that may arise due
to unequal mechanical load.
WARNING!
Interruption of mains supply:
Voltage is applied as soon as the mains plug is inserted into the mains socket.
However, for devices with a mains switch, the device is only ready for operation when the
mains switch (ON/OFF) is in the ON position. When the mains plug is pulled out of the socket,
the supply of power to the device is completely interrupted.
WARNING!
Removing the housing:
To avoid electric shock, the housing must only be removed by qualified service personnel.
Before removing the housing, the plug must always be removed from the mains socket and
remain disconnected while the housing is removed. Servicing must only be carried out by
qualified service personnel. The user must not carry out any repairs.
WARNING!
Lithium battery:
Batteries that have been inserted wrongly can cause an explosion. Always replace empty
batteries with batteries of the same type or a similar type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of empty batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions.
CAUTION!
Electrostatically sensitive device:
To avoid electrostatic discharges, the CMOS/MOSFET protection measures must be carried
out correctly.
When handling electrostatically sensitive printed circuits, grounded anti-static wrist bands
must be worn and the ESD safety precautions observed.
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NOTICE!
Installation should only be carried out by qualified customer service personnel in accordance
with the applicable electrical regulations.
Disposal
Your Bosch product has been developed and manufactured using high-quality materials and
components that can be reused.
This symbol means that electronic and electrical devices that have reached the end of their
working life must be disposed of separately from household waste.
In the EU, separate collecting systems are already in place for used electrical and electronic
products. Please dispose of these devices at your local communal waste collection point or at
a recycling center.
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Introduction
2.1
System Description
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The video system is a digital monitoring system that allows video images to be stored locally
and transmitted and evaluated at any place determined by you independently of distance and
location. The image data delivered by the video system provides additional information on the
magnitude of the danger and the developments before and after the event.
2.2
Unpacking
Check the packaging for visible damage. If anything is damaged during transport, please
inform the freight agency.
Unpack the device carefully. This is an electronic device and it must be handled carefully to
avoid damage. Do not attempt to put the unit into operation if components are damaged. If
parts are missing, inform your customer service representative or a Bosch Security Systems
salesperson.
The shipping box is the safest transport container for the device. Retain the box and the
packaging material for future use. If the device has to be returned, use the original packaging.
2.3
Power
Ensure that the power supply at the chosen location is stable and is within the values
specified for the device.
As this is an electronic device, the video system is sensitive to sudden voltage peaks, dropoff
and dropout.
To avoid damage to the electronic components and/or loss of data and ensure trouble-free
operation, we recommend installing an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Depending on the stability of the mains network, the following uninterruptible power supplies
are recommended:
–
Mains networks with voltage peaks and voltage dropout:
Use of an offline UPS is sufficient (e.g. Pulsar ellipse 1000 for DiBos and Pulsar ellipse
600 for DiBos Micro).
–
Mains networks with voltage peaks, voltage dropout and voltage dropoff:
Use of an online UPS is recommended.
For 1 video system, a UPS with at least 300 VA is required. If add-on devices (e.g. monitors,
sub-systems) are also to be protected, the capacity of the UPS must be raised accordingly.
2.4
Environmental
When choosing an installation location for the device, take the ambient temperature and
humidity into account.
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Recommended Virus Scanners/Firewall
The DiBos operating system is Windows® XP Embedded.
DiBos is not supplied with a virus scanner or firewall. It is therefore the customer's
responsibility to purchase, install and update a virus scanner and firewall.
NOTICE!
We recommend that you install a virus scanner and firewall to protect against computer
viruses, computer worms and Trojans.
2.5.1
Virus Scanners
The following virus scanners are released. The virus scanners are listed in order of suitability.
1.
Norton AntiVirus 2008
The software includes a firewall.
2.
Trend Micro AntiVirus 2008
The software does not include a firewall; this must be purchased separately.
3.
McAfee VirusScan 2008
The software includes a firewall.
NOTICE!
–
The virus scanner can affect the performance of the system.
–
The real-time virus scanner must be activated to ensure sufficient protection against
–
If possible, all partitions on the hard disk that contain saved images should be excluded
viruses.
from the scanning process.
–
If possible, the C drive should be scanned at scheduled times. We recommend you carry
out a scan on a weekly basis. When the C drive is scanned, the performance of the system
falls significantly, along with the image refresh and storage rates.
Individual images may be lost.
–
Removable drives, e. g. USB memory sticks, USB drives, CD/DVD drives and diskette
–
Always use the most up-to-date virus scanner.
drives, must be manually checked when inserted to ensure sufficient protection.
2.5.2
Firewall
On DiBos with Windows XP Embedded and Service Pack 2 (SP2), the Windows firewall is
deactivated by default. The Windows firewall can be activated as required.
If the firewall is activated, you must add and select the following exceptions in the firewall
settings:
Firewall settings
DiBos 8
Exceptions
ConnectionServer.exe
DVR ServiceShimWrapper.exe
DBServer.exe
DCOM (TCP) Port 135
DCOM (UDP) Port 135
DiBosExplorer.exe
DomeCameraUnit.exe
JobServer.exe
VCSModule.exe
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The DiBos processes must also be activated in the firewall of the virus scanner software.
The necessary ports to disable the firewall can be set in the configuration (see also
Section 6.14 Configuring Browser Access and Network Settings).
NOTICE!
Always use the newest version of the firewall.
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2.6
System Overview/Technical Specifications
2.6.1
DiBos
Electrical data
Compression technique
MPEG4
Camera inputs (analog)
6 BNC connections (DB 06 C1), 12 BNC connections (DB
12 C2), 18 BNC connections (DB 18 C3), 24 BNC
connections (DB 24 C4), 30 BNC connections (DB 30 C5)
Camera inputs (IP)
16 video/audio MPEG4 data streams from Bosch/VCS
network devices or JPEG devices (DB 06 C1, DB 12 C2, DB
18 C3)
32 video/audio MPEG4 data streams from Bosch/VCS
network devices or JPEG devices (DB 24 C4, DB 30 C5)
Composite video signal
1 Vpp +/-3 dB (min. 0.7 Vpp, max. 1.4 Vpp), 75 Ohm
Video looping out
Via connecting cable
Recording resolution (analog
PAL:
inputs)
704 x 576 (4CIF), 704 x 288 pixels (2CIF), 352 x 288 pixels
(CIF)
NTSC:
704 x 480 (4CIF), 704 x 240 pixels (2CIF), 352 x 240 pixels
(CIF)
Recording resolution (IP
PAL:
inputs/Bosch IP devices)
704 x 576 (4CIF/D1), 704 x 288 (2CIF), 464 x 576 (2/3
D1), 352 x 576 (1/2 D1), 352 x 288 (CIF), 176 x 144 (QCIF)
NTSC:
704 x 480 (4CIF/D1), 704 x 240 (2CIF), 464 x 480 (2/3
D1), 352 x 480 (1/2 D1), 352 x 240 (CIF), 176 x 120 (QCIF)
Recording rate (analog) for
IPS CIF IPS CIF IPS 2CIF IPS 2CIF IPS 4CIF IPS 4CIF
DiBos models
(PAL)
(NTSC) (PAL)
(NTSC)
PAL
NTSC
DB 06 C1 xxx R2
75
90
50
60
25
30
DB 12 C2 xxx R2
150
180
100
120
50
60
DB 18 C3 xxx R2
225
270
150
180
75
90
DB 24 C4 xxx R2
300
360
200
240
100
120
DB 30 C5 xxx R2
375
450
250
300
125
150
Recording rate per channel
PAL:
(analog video inputs)
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 12.5; 25 images per second
NTSC:
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 5; 6; 7.5; 10; 15; 30 images per second
Image size (analog video
Configurable from approx. 1.5 kB to 30 kB (depending on
inputs)
the changes in the image)
Maximum recording rate
50 Mbit per second
(analog and IP)
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Recording rate per channel
PAL:
(IP video inputs)
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 12.5; 25 images per second
15
NTSC:
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 5; 6; 7.5; 10; 15; 30 images per second
Image size (IP video inputs)
Configurable up to 3 Mbit per camera
Supported single-channel
VideoJet 10S, VideoJet 1000
encoder (Bosch VideoJet
VideoJet X10
series and Bosch VIP series)
VIP X1, VIP 10
Supported multi-channel
VideoJet 8004, VideoJet 8004A,
encoder (Bosch VideoJet
VideoJet 8008, VideoJet 8008A,
series and Bosch VIP series)
VideoJet X20, VideoJet X40,
VIP X2, VIP X2A, VIP X1600
Supported IP cameras from
Dinion IP, AutoDome IP, FlexiDome IP, Megapixel IP
Bosch
JPEG protocol
JPEG image query via HTTP
Supported JPEG IP cameras
IP cameras from Axis, Sony and Mobotix.
from other manufacturers
For detailed information, please contact your local Bosch
Security Systems sales office.
Audio inputs
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, cinch sockets (depending on model), line in
signal, 16 kHz sampling rate
Audio outputs
1, line out signal, 1/8 inch phone jack (3.5 mm)
Alarm inputs (NO/NC)
32
Switching voltage (high): >2 VDC
Switching voltage (low): <0.5 VDC
Input voltage: max. 40 VDC
Impedance: 22 kOhm pull up (+5 V)
Malfunction relay output
1
(MAL)
Voltage range: 30 VAC - 40 VDC
Switching current: max. 500 mA AC or DC
Breaking capacity: max. 10 VA
Relay outputs (NO/NC)
16
Voltage range: 30 VAC - 40 VDC
Switching current: max. 500 mA AC or DC
Breaking capacity: max. 10 VA
Video monitor outputs
2, FBAS outputs for single image or sequence displays
from connected analog cameras
Bilinx control
For AutoDome control and configuration of Dinion cameras
via coax cable
PTZ control
Bilinx: via coax cable for up to 30 AutoDome devices.
Biphase: up to 16 AutoDome devices.
RS 232: via the console port of any Allegiant matrix switch.
Internal memory capacity
250 GB, 500 GB, 750 GB, 1000 GB, 2000 GB (the
operating system and the DiBos software require 8 GB of
hard disk memory space)
Video output
1x VGA
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Base-T, settable bandwidth limit
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RS 232
2 (for connecting Bosch security systems and Allegiant
matrix switches)
USB 2.0
5
DVD burner
Internal.
Media supported: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R
Power
100 / 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz (automatic switchover)
Power consumption (typical)
Approx. 150 W
Power consumption
Max. 210 W
Operating system
Microsoft Windows XP® Embedded
Web browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher, under Windows
Export of video/audio data
DiBos or ASF format onto CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, USB
2000, Windows® XP or Windows® Vista
device or network drive
Image printer
Via USB (with Windows XP drivers)
External memory capacity
Max. 16 TB
Mechanical data
Dimensions (H x W x D)
17.5 cm x 48.0 cm x 54.5 cm
(7 x 19 x 21.5 inch)
Weight
16–20.4 kg (25–55 lb), depending on the model
Environmental
Operating temperature
5 °C to 40 °C (41 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature
-10 °C to 60 °C (-14 °F to 140 °F)
Relative humidity during
15% to 80%, non-condensing
operation
Relative humidity when
8% to 80%, non-condensing
stored
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
–
USA
FCC Part 15, Class A
–
EU
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
Interference immunity: Conformance with EN 50130-4
requires an external UPS. The product is tested in
accordance with EN 50130-4, with the exception of voltage
interruption as per EN 50130-4 A2: 2003 Chapter 8.3.4.
To comply with EN 50130-4, an external UPS is required.
The UPS is not included in the product and must be
ordered separately. For information on how to connect a
UPS to DiBos, please refer to the DiBos UPS installation
handbook.
Interference emission: EN 55022 A2, Class B
Mains power fluctuations: EN 61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations: EN 61000-3-3
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Safety
–
USA
UL60950-1, 1st issue (2003)
CAN/CSA 22.2 No.60950-1-03, 1st issue (2003)
–
EU
EN 60950-1: 2003
Warranty
3 years
Released antivirus software
Norton AntiVirus
McAfee VirusScan
Trend Micro
Order information
The current order information is contained in the datasheet.
Please see: www.bosch-securitysystems.com.
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2.6.2
DiBos/DiBos Micro
DiBos micro
Electrical data
Compression technique
MPEG4
Camera inputs (analog)
1 connecting cable with 6 BNC connectors (DB 06) or
2 connecting cables, each with 6 BNC connectors (DB 12)
Camera inputs (IP)
8 video/audio MPEG4 data streams from Bosch/VCS
network or JPEG units.
Composite video signal
1 Vpp +/-3 dB (min. 0.7 Vpp, max. 1.4 Vpp), 75 Ohm
Recording resolution (analog
PAL:
inputs)
704 x 576 (4CIF), 704 x 288 pixels (2CIF), 352 x 288 pixels
(CIF)
NTSC:
704 x 480 (4CIF), 704 x 240 pixels (2CIF), 352 x 240 pixels
(CIF)
Recording resolution (IP
PAL:
inputs/Bosch IP devices)
704 x 576 (4CIF/D1), 704 x 288 (2CIF), 464 x 576 (2/3
D1), 352 x 576 (1/2 D1), 352 x 288 (CIF), 176 x 144 (QCIF)
NTSC:
704 x 480 (4CIF/D1), 704 x 240 (2CIF), 464 x 480 (2/3
D1), 352 x 480 (1/2 D1), 352 x 240 (CIF), 176 x 120 (QCIF)
Recording rate (analog) for
IPS CIF IPS CIF IPS 2CIF IPS 2CIF IPS 4CIF IPS 4CIF
DiBos micro models
(PAL)
(NTSC) (PAL)
(NTSC)
(PAL)
(NTSC)
DB 06 C1 xxx Dx
75
90
50
60
25
30
DB 12 C2 xxx Dx
150
180
100
120
50
60
Recording rate per channel
PAL:
(analog video inputs)
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 12.5; 25 images per second
NTSC:
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 5; 6; 7.5; 10; 15; 30 images per second
Image size (analog video
Configurable from approx. 1.5 kB to 30 kB (depending on
inputs)
the changes in the image)
Maximum data storage rate
50 Mbit per second
(analog and IP)
Recording rate per channel
PAL:
(IP video inputs)
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 12.5; 25 images per second
NTSC:
0.5; 1; 2; 3; 5; 6; 7.5; 10; 15; 30 images per second
Image size (IP video inputs)
Configurable up to 3 Mbit per camera
Supported single-channel
VideoJet 10S, VideoJet 1000
encoder (Bosch VideoJet
VIP X1, VIP 10, VideoJet X10
series and Bosch VIP series)
Supported multi-channel
VideoJet 8004, VideoJet 8004A, VideoJet 8008, VideoJet
encoder (Bosch VideoJet
8008A
series and Bosch VIP series)
VIP X2, VIP X2A, VIP X1600, VideoJet X20, VideoJet X40
Supported IP cameras from
NWC-0455, NWC-0495, NWC-0700, NWC-0800, NWC-0900,
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Supported JPEG IP cameras
For detailed information, please contact your local Bosch
from other manufacturers
Security Systems sales office.
Audio inputs
2 (DB06) or 4 (DB12), cinch connection, line in signal,
19
16 kHz sampling rate
Audio outputs
1, line out signal, 1/8 inch phone jack (3.5 mm)
Alarm inputs (NO/NC)
12
Switching voltage (high): >2 VDC
Switching voltage (low): <0.5 VDC
Input voltage: max. 40 VDC
Impedance: 22 kOhm pull up (+5 V)
Malfunction relay output
1
(MAL)
Voltage range: 30 VAC - 40 VDC
Switching current: max. 500 mA AC or DC
Breaking capacity: max. 10 VA
Relay outputs (NO/NC)
12
Voltage range: 30 VAC - 40 VDC
Switching current: max. 500 mA AC or DC
Breaking capacity: max. 10 VA
Video monitor outputs
2, FBAS outputs for single image or sequence displays
from connected analog cameras
Bilinx control
For AutoDome control and configuration of Dinion cameras
via coax cable
PTZ control
Bilinx: via coax cable for up to 12 AutoDome devices.
Biphase: up to 12 AutoDome devices.
RS 232: via the console port of any Allegiant matrix switch.
Internal memory capacity
250 GB, 500 GB (the operating system and the DiBos
micro software require 8 GB hard disk memory space.)
Video output
1x VGA
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Base-T, settable bandwidth limit
RS 232
1
USB 2.0
6
DVD burner
Internal.
Media supported: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R
Power
100 / 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz (automatic switchover)
Power consumption (typical)
Approx. 120 W
Power consumption
140 W
Operating system
Microsoft Windows XP® Embedded
Web browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher, under Windows
2000, Windows® XP or Windows® Vista
Export of video/audio data
DiBos or ASF format onto CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, USB
device or network drive
Image printer
Via USB (with Windows XP drivers)
External memory capacity
Max. 16 TB
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DiBos/DiBos Micro
Mechanical data
Dimensions (H x W x D)
11.5 x 48.0 x 43 cm (4.5 x 19 x 16.9 inches), also 19" rack
installation
Weight
Approx. 11.5 kg (approx. 25 lb), depending on the model
Environmental
Operating temperature
5 °C to 40 °C (41 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature
-10 °C to 60 °C (-14 °F to 140 °F)
Relative humidity during
15% to 80%, non-condensing
operation
Relative humidity when
8% to 80%, non-condensing
stored
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
–
USA
FCC Part 15, Class B
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EU
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
Interference immunity: Conformance with EN 50130-4
requires an external UPS. The product is tested in
accordance with EN 50130-4, with the exception of voltage
interruption as per EN 50130-4 A2: 2003 Chapter 8.3.4.
To comply with EN 50130-4, an external UPS is required.
The UPS is not included in the product and must be
ordered separately. For information on how to connect a
UPS to DiBos, please refer to the DiBos UPS installation
handbook.
Interference emission: EN 55022 A2, Class B
Mains power fluctuations: EN 61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations: EN 61000-3-3
Safety
–
USA
UL60950-1, 1st issue (2003)
CAN/CSA 22.2 No.60950-1-03, 1st issue (2003)
–
EU
EN 60950-1: 2003
Warranty
3 years
Released antivirus software
Norton AntiVirus
McAfee VirusScan
Trend Micro
Order information
The current order information is contained in the datasheet.
Please see: www.bosch-securitysystems.com.
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Device Connections
The video system is available as DiBos and as DiBos micro.
3.1
DiBos
3.1.1
DiBos Front View
1
On/Off switch
4
USB 2.0
2
Status LEDs:
5
The following are located on the
Red = hard disk access
device:
Green = system is switched on
–
Yellow = unused
3
Windows XP Embedded license
sticker
DVD-RW
–
DiBos rating plate
–
DiBos license sticker and
activation key
CAUTION!
An air filter must not be installed in the device. Installing an air filter affects the cooling of the
device and can damage the device.
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3.1.2
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DiBos Rear View
1
Video monitor A/Video monitor B
10
Serial interface COM1
2
Video inputs 1 - 30
11
Parallel interface.
Note:
The HW dongle must be connected if
handling a device that has been
supplied with a HW dongle.
3
Alarm inputs 1 - 21
12
VGA monitor
4
Alarm inputs 22 - 32
13
2x USB 2.0
(e.g. for mouse and keyboard with
USB connection)
5
Biphase 1 - 4, malfunction outputs 1
14
6
Audio inputs 1 - 10
15
1x Ethernet (RJ45) - 2x USB 2.0
Line in (blue)
Speaker out (green)
Microphone in (red), mono
7
Relay outputs 1 - 16
16
Second serial interface (COM2)
8
Mains connection 100/240 VAC, 50/
17
Grabbers 1 - 5
18
Free for optional PCI plug-in cards
60 Hz (automatic switchover)
9
Mouse (green) - Keyboard (purple).
These connections should be used if
the mouse and keyboard are not
connected via USB.
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Grabber Card for DiBos
Looped through inputs may not be terminated. When a grabber card is retrofitted, the grabber
identification (grabber 1, grabber 2 etc.) must be set.
1
Grabber identification:
The setting for grabbers 1 - 5 is printed on the PCB.
0 = Grabber 1
1 = Grabber 2
2 = Grabber 3
3 = Grabber 4
4 = Grabber 5
2
Loopthrough cable plug
3
Termination when loopthrough cable is used:
1 = Switch position left: input terminated (position when
delivered)
2 = Switch position right: open, not terminated
3 = Topmost switch: for camera input 1 etc.
Note:
The positions relate to the illustration above.
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DiBos/DiBos Micro
I/O Card for DiBos
The following can be set for the I/O card:
–
the relay outputs (NO = normally open, NC = normally closed)
–
the malfunction outputs (NO = normally open, NC = normally closed)
1
Relay outputs:
The setting is printed on the PCB.
Relay outputs 1–8: open (NO = normally open)
Relay outputs 9–16: closed (NC = normally closed)
2
Malfunction output:
The setting is printed on the PCB.
Bridge position up:
Open (MAL NO = malfunction normally open)
Bridge position down:
Closed (MAL NC = malfunction normally closed)
NOTICE!
The I/O card must be removed to change the bridge settings.
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3.2
DiBos micro
3.2.1
DiBos micro Front View
1
DVD-RW
4
2x USB 2.0
2
The following are located on the side
5
Status LED: System is switched on
6
Status LED: hard disk access
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panel:
–
–
DiBos rating plate
DiBos license sticker and
activation key
3
Front cover
Opened by pressing once on the
cover.
Note:
The Windows XP Embedded license
sticker is located on the inside of the
front cover.
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DiBos micro Rear View
1
On/Off switch
7
2x USB 2.0
(e.g. for mouse and keyboard with
USB connection)
2
Mains connection 100 / 240 VAC, 50 /
8
1x Ethernet (RJ45) - 2x USB 2.0
9
Line in (blue)
60 Hz (automatic switchover)
3
Mouse (green) - Keyboard (purple).
These connections should be used if
Speaker out (green)
the mouse and keyboard are not
Microphone in (red), mono
connected via USB.
4
Serial interface COM1
10
Grabber 2 (camera 7 - 12)
5
Parallel interface.
11
Grabber 1 (camera 1 - 6)
Note:
The HW dongle must be connected if
handling a device that has been
supplied with a HW dongle.
6
VGA monitor
12
I/O card with plug for connecting the
alarm inputs and relay outputs and
socket for video monitor A and video
monitor B
NOTICE!
Ferrites must be fitted to the following cables:
–
Network cable (2 ferrites directly next to each other)
–
Keyboard (1 ferrite)
The ferrites must to be fitted to the cable directly next to the connections.
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Grabber Card for DiBos micro
When a grabber card is retrofitted, the grabber identification (grabber 1, grabber 2 etc.) must
be set.
1
Grabber identification:
The setting for grabber card 1 and grabber card 2 is printed on
the PCB.
0 = Grabber 1
1 = Grabber 2
2
Plug for connecting cable with 6 video and 2 audio inputs (the
cables are numbered).
BNC cable number 1 (brown) = Video input 1
BNC cable number 2 (yellow) = Video input 2
BNC cable number 3 (green) = Video input 3
BNC cable number 4 (black) = Video input 4
BNC cable number 5 (white) = Video input 5
BNC cable number 6 (blue) = Video input 6
Audio cable number 1 (gray) = Audio input 1
Audio cable number 2 (red) = Audio input 2
3
Terminating video inputs:
1 = Switch position left: input terminated (position when
delivered)
2 = Switch position right: open, not terminated
3 = Topmost switch: for camera input 1 etc.
Note:
The positions relate to the illustration above.
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DiBos/DiBos Micro
I/O Card (for DiBos micro)
The following can be set for the I/O card:
–
the relay outputs (NO = normally open, NC = normally closed)
–
the malfunction outputs (NO = normally open, NC = normally closed)
The I/O card must be removed to change the bridge settings.
1
Cable for monitor output A and monitor output B (the cables are numbered).
Cable number 1 = Monitor A
Cable number 2 = Monitor B
2
Connecting cable for 12 alarm inputs, 12 relay outputs, 3 biphase and 1 malfunction
output (for assignment, see table below)
3
16 relay outputs:
The setting is printed on the PCB.
Relay outputs 1–8: open (NO = normally open)
Relay outputs 9–16: closed (NC = normally closed)
4
Malfunction output: The setting is printed on the PCB.
Top bridge position: Open (MAL NO = malfunction normally
open)
Bottom bridge position (position when delivered): Closed (MAL
NC = malfunction normally closed)
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I/O card pin assignment
Connector
Color
Name
Connector
Color
Name
1
White/tan
Relay 1
41
Tan/white
Alarm input 1
2
White/brown
Relay 1
42
Brown/white
Alarm input 2
3
White/pink
Relay 2
43
Pink/white
Alarm input 3
4
White/orange
Relay 2
44
Orange/white
Alarm input 4
5
White/yellow
Relay 3
45
Yellow/white
Alarm input 5
6
White/green
Relay 3
46
Green/white
Alarm input 6
7
White/blue
Relay 4
47
Blue/white
Alarm input 7
8
White/purple
Relay 4
48
Purple/white
Alarm input 8
9
White/gray
Ground
49
Gray/white
Ground
10
Tan/brown
Relay 5
50
Brown/tan
Alarm input 9
11
Tan/pink
Relay 5
51
Pink/tan
Alarm input 10
12
Tan/orange
Relay 6
52
Orange/tan
Alarm input 11
13
Tan/yellow
Relay 6
53
Yellow/tan
Alarm input 12
14
Tan/green
Relay 7
54
Unused
15
Green/tan
Relay 7
55
Unused
16
Tan/blue
Relay 8
56
Unused
17
Blue/tan
Relay 8
57
Unused
18
Tan/purple
Relay 9
58
Unused
19
Purple/tan
Relay 9
59
Unused
20
Tan/gray
Relay 10
60
Unused
21
Gray/tan
Relay 10
61
Unused
22
Brown/pink
Relay 11
62
Unused
23
Pink/brown
Relay 11
63
Unused
24
Brown/orange
Relay 12
64
Unused
25
Orange/brown
Relay 12
65
Unused
26
Brown/yellow
Ground
66
Yellow/brown
27
Unused
67
Unused
28
Unused
68
Unused
29
Unused
69
Unused
30
Unused
70
Unused
31
Unused
71
Unused
32
Unused
72
Unused
33
Unused
73
Unused
34
Unused
74
Unused
35
Brown/green
75
Green/brown
Malfunction
output
Ground
Malfunction
output
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Brown/blue
Biphase 1-
76
Blue/brown
Biphase 1+
37
Brown/purple
Biphase 2-
77
Purple/brown
Biphase 2+
38
Brown/gray
Ground
78
Gray/brown
Ground
39
Pink/orange
Biphase 3-
79
Orange/pink
Biphase 3+
40
Unused
80
Unused
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Quick Installation
This chapter describes how to put the device into operation quickly and easily.
Main connections
1.
2.
Connect the cameras to the video inputs.
Make sure that the HW dongle is connected to the parallel interface (if you are handling a
device that has been supplied with a HW dongle).
3.
Connect the VGA monitor.
4.
Connect the mouse and keyboard.
Optional connections
The optional connections can be added after the system is configured.
1.
Connect monitor A and monitor B to connections A and B.
2.
Connect up to 32 alarm inputs (for DiBos micro: 12).
3.
Connect up to 16 relay outputs (for DiBos micro: 12).
4.
Connect your network via the Ethernet port.
5.
Connect customer-operated ATMs, foyer card reader, radio clock and alarm panel.
Switching on
1.
Switch on all connected devices.
2.
Plug the power cable into the video system.
3.
Switch on the video system (On/Off switch on the front). The computer boots up.
First-time use
Once the boot routine is complete, 1 image/second is stored for every camera connected.
The user interface is automatically displayed. This shows images from all connected cameras
in a multi-image view. If no images are displayed for a camera, check the camera connection.
You are not yet logged on as a user. You can, however, start the Configuration wizard.
Quick configuration with the help of the Configuration wizard
1.
2.
Start the Configuration wizard in the System menu > Configuration wizard.
Carry out a quick configuration in the Configuration wizard or load an existing
configuration onto the system.
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Quick Configuration
You can create a basic system configuration with the help of the Configuration wizard in just a
few mouse clicks. The system automatically recognizes the video hardware that is connected
(cameras, grabbers).
The Configuration wizard consists of six dialog boxes. Each dialog box can be dealt with
independently of the other dialog boxes.
If a more complex configuration is necessary, this is carried out with the help of the standard
configuration.
CAUTION!
–
The default configuration is overwritten with the last settings saved in the Configuration
wizard. Overwriting settings may lead to the loss of previously configured settings (e.g.
recording settings, IP cameras). We recommend only using the Configuration wizard for a
newly installed system.
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5.1
For security reasons, it is advisable to save the configuration on external data carriers.
General Settings
System menu > Configuration wizard
In this dialog box, edit the general settings for the system.
1
Language
It is possible to set the language of the operating system and
the video system software.
Note:
The format of the time and date display is determined by the
language and region selected. If the language is changed, the
system must be shut down and rebooted.
Language
Lists the available languages for the operating system and the
video system software.
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Region
Lists the available regions for the language selected.
Keyboard layout
Lists the available keyboard layouts.
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Time and date formats Specify the time and date formats here.
Time format:
Enter the type of time display.
h = hours; m = minutes; s = seconds; t = morning/afternoon
(e.g. AM/PM)
h = 12 hours; H = 24 hours
hh, mm, ss = representation with leading zero
(representation with 2 digits)
h, m, s = representation without leading zero
Date format:
Enter the type of date display.
d = day; M = month; y = year
dd, MM = representation with leading zero
yy = for example 05; yyyy = for example 2005
3
Time:
Current time.
Date:
Current date.
Time zone
Lists the available time zones.
Set clock to automatic
Activate this function if the system time is to change
summer/winter time
automatically to summer and winter time.
changeover
4
Computer name
Enter the name. This name identifies the video system in the
network.
Note:
The computer name must not be assigned more than once. If
the computer name is assigned more than once, a yellow
flashing bar appears under the computer symbol in DiBos
Explorer and the cameras are crossed off.
If the name is changed, the system must be shut down
manually when the wizard finishes. The system is then
restarted automatically.
5
Configuration
Loads a previously created configuration, for example from a
USB memory stick.
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Click the button to load a configuration.
Finish
Saves the settings and finishes the wizard.
Next
Click Next to continue.
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Creating a User
System menu > Configuration wizard > Next
On an initial installation, 3 authorization levels and 3 users are automatically created. These
cannot be deleted.
1
Administrator:
Possesses all rights concerning operation and configuration of
the system.
2
Extended user:
Possesses all rights concerning operation of the system. He
possesses no rights for configuring of the system. An
exception is the right to create a Normal user.
3
Normal user:
Possesses all rights concerning operation of the system. He
possesses no rights for configuration.
4
Finish
Saves the settings and finishes the wizard.
Next
Click Next to continue.
Proceed as follows to create a new user:
1.
Create a new user by entering Name and Password in the corresponding authorization.
Make a note of the name and password, as you will need it afterwards to log on.
2.
3.
Enter the same password again under Repeat password.
Click Next to call up the next page of the wizard or Finish to save the entries and exit the
wizard.
NOTICE!
By default, no password is assigned for the authorization levels.
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Setting up the Network
System menu > Configuration wizard > Next
If integrated into a customer network, the following settings must be made:
1
Network card:
Select the network card.
Limit bandwidth
Limits data transmission bandwidth to a value that the
system does not exceed.
2
TCP/IP settings
Specify here whether the network connection should use a
fixed IP address or whether the IP address should be
assigned automatically.
Obtain IP address
The IP address of this network connection is dynamically
automatically
assigned by a DHCP server.
Note:
The device must be connected to the network and the
available network must support this function.
3
Use following IP
A fixed IP address will be assigned to the network
address:
connection. In this case, the IP address and subnet mask
must subsequently be entered.
Note:
You can obtain these from your system administrator or
Internet service provider.
IP address:
Enter the IP address.
Subnet mask:
Enter the number of the subnet mask. The IP address and
subnet mask determine which network your computer will
use.
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Enter the address of the default gateway you want to use.
This is the address of a local gateway in the same network as
the computer. It is used to forward data to a destination
outside the local network.
Note:
A gateway links up separate networks. For example, the local
network (LAN) needs a gateway to connect it to the Internet
or WAN. Ask your system administrator for the number.
4
Obtain DNS server
The network addresses for DNS servers are assigned
addresses
dynamically by the network.
automatically
5
6
Use the following DNS
The network addresses for DNS servers have fixed
server addresses
assignments.
Preferred DNS server:
IP address of preferred DNS server. This server is used first.
Alternative DNS
IP address of a replacement server that is to be used when
server:
the first server is unreachable.
Finish
Saves the settings and finishes the wizard.
Next
Click Next to continue.
NOTICE!
This dialog is only available when a network connection is present or a network card is fitted.
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Specifying Cameras
System menu > Configuration wizard > Next
The dialog box displays all video inputs of the grabber cards present. Cameras already
connected are recognized automatically.
1
Connected cameras
Activate the check box of the desired video input to add
cameras that have been connected later.
2
Update
Click the button to display cameras that have been
connected after the wizard has started.
3
Rename camera
Select the camera whose name you want to change and click
the button. Then enter the new name.
4
Preview
Shows the image from the selected camera.
5
Finish
Saves the settings and finishes the wizard.
Next
Click Next to continue.
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Assigning Time Profiles
System menu > Configuration wizard > Next
Time periods are assigned with the mouse cursor in a graphical time planner. There are three
time periods available. These time periods can be assigned to any day of the week. The time
periods are displayed in different colors.
1
Time periods
Select the time period that you want to assign to a day.
2
Graphical time planner Move the mouse cursor into the graphical time planner.
Clicking with the left mouse button marks a cell. Dragging up
a square while pressing the left mouse button marks a time
period. All selected cells take the color of the selected time
period.
Note:
The 24 hours of the day are displayed on the horizontal axis
of the graphical time planner. Each hour is subdivided into
four cells. A cell is the smallest selectable time unit and
represents 15 minutes.
The days are shown on the vertical axis.
To edit selected cells in the graphical time planner, select
another time period and overwrite the cell already selected.
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Saves the settings and finishes the wizard.
Next
Click Next to continue.
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Setting Up Recording
System menu > Configuration wizard > Next
In this dialog box, you determine the type of recording, recording rate, recording quality and
pre- and post-alarm time.
1
Enabling recording
Here, you can select whether continuous, motion, or alarm
recording for all cameras, no cameras, or for specific
cameras should take place.
Continuous recording
All:
Motion recording
The type of recording is the same for all cameras, for
Alarm recording
example continuous recording on all cameras.
None:
No camera is recording.
Selection:
The type of recording should apply only to specific cameras.
To make this setting, click Select camera... and choose the
cameras.
2
Recording settings
Specifies the recording rate and quality.
Continuous recording
Select the recording rate and quality for each type of
Motion recording
recording. The recording rate can be entered for each time
Alarm recording
period.
If a column (Day, Night, Weekend) is grayed out, this means
that no time periods were assigned in the Time profiles
dialog.
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Enter the pre-alarm time for alarm and motion detection.
Values between 0 and 1800 seconds are allowed - with a
limit of 3600 images.
Note:
The recording rate during the pre- and post-alarm time is at
least 1 image per second. If the continuous recording rate is
higher than 1 image per second, this value is taken.
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Post-alarm time [secs.]: Enter the post-alarm time. Values from 0 to 999 seconds are
allowed.
5
Finish
Click the button to exit the basic configuration.
The video system is then started.
Log on with your user name and password. Make further
configuration entries if necessary.
Note:
When you click "Finish", the wizard automatically creates a
job for each camera. In this way, the camera number and job
number are the same, e.g. camera 01 - job 01, camera 02 job 02 etc. (up to a maximum of camera 30 - job 30). When
the wizard is run again, all the previous settings with the
designation job 01, job 02 ... job 30 will be overwritten.
If you do not want this to happen: Edit the designation of
the jobs in the configuration and do not name the newly
configured jobs as Job 01, Job 02 etc.
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Default Configuration
The default configuration allows more complex requirement or customer wishes to be catered
for than the Configuration wizard.
Go through the configuration tree from top to bottom by clicking individual menu points and
making the corresponding entries.
It is possible to switch to the Configuration wizard from the default configuration at any time;
however, this is only recommended for a newly installed system Section 5 Quick Configuration,
page 31.
CAUTION!
For security reasons, it is advisable to save the configuration on external data carriers.
6.1
Configuring Drives
Drives menu
This dialog box gives you an overview of the hard drives and network drives available.
1
The list field contains all hard drives and network drives
known to the system. The total size, the free storage capacity
and the used storage capacity are shown in MByte.
The drives listed can be activated or deactivated.
Activate the drive by clicking the check box.
The drive is activated.
The drive is not activated.
2
New network drive
A new network drive can be added.
3
Disconnect network
Disconnects a network drive. Select the drive and click the
drive
button.
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If an additional network drive is put into operation during
configuration, this can be included in the list field by clicking
Update.
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Selected drives
Total storage capacity, available storage capacity and used
storage capacity are shown in MByte for activated network
drives.
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Configuring Video and Audio Connections
Video and audio connections menu
Connection overview
Right side of dialog box
Gives you an overview of the local system:
Grabbers, cameras, audio sources, monitors
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Number of active grabber cards with the
and IP cameras can be added, edited or
cameras and audio sources connected
removed.
to them
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Number of configured network devices
(IP cameras)
Automatic recognition of locally connected components
X
Click Update in the Automatic recognition section. Locally connected grabbers and
analog cameras are recognized by the system and shown graphically in the connection
overview.
Adding grabbers
1.
Select a grabber in the connection overview.
2.
In the Grabber section, click Add. A dialog box for grabber selection appears.
Adding cameras or audio inputs
1.
In the selection overview, select the grabber to which you want to add cameras or audio
inputs.
2.
In the Camera or Audio input section, click Add. A dialog box for camera or audio
selection appears.
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Modifying camera or audio input settings
1.
2.
Select the camera or audio input in the connection overview.
In the Camera or Audio input section, click Edit. A dialog box for editing camera or audio
settings appears.
Removing grabbers, cameras or audio inputs
1.
Select the components in the connection overview.
2.
Click Remove in the appropriate section. The component is removed.
Configuring monitors
X
In the Monitors section, click Configure. A dialog box for configuring locally connected
monitors appears.
Adding network cameras
1.
Select the designation Network in the connection overview.
2.
In the JPEG IP cameras or MPEG4 IP cameras section, click Add. A network camera is
added.
Modifying network camera settings
1.
Select the camera in the connection overview.
2.
In the JPEG IP cameras or MPEG4 IP cameras section, click Edit. A dialog box for
modifying camera settings appears.
Removing network cameras
1.
2.
Select the camera in the connection overview.
In the JPEG IP cameras or MPEG4 IP cameras section, click Remove. The camera is
removed.
NOTICE!
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The system can automatically recognize built-in grabbers and directly connected
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A maximum of 5 grabbers can be built into one DiBos.
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A maximum of 2 grabbers can be built into one DiBos Micro.
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A maximum of 6 cameras and 2 audio inputs can be assigned to each grabber.
cameras.
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In addition to a VGA monitor, two video monitors can be locally connected.
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The number of IP cameras depends on the extension level of the system.
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General Camera Settings
Video and audio connections menu > Camera section > Edit button
Make the settings for each camera as required.
1
General settings
Click the tab.
2
Name:
Enter the name of the camera. The name must not contain
any special characters or end with a space.
3
Video loss
Activate this check box if a warning should be shown on
camera signal failure.
Note:
The malfunction relay is also activated if a relay output is
selected as a malfunction relay in the configuration (Inputs
and outputs menu, Relay tab).
4
Bilinx settings
Click the button to access the Bilinx camera navigation menu.
The Bilinx camera menu is displayed in the image window.
Note:
Only selectable for Bilinx-capable cameras.
5
Image properties
Set brightness, contrast, color and hue. You can see the
result of these settings in the camera image (Hue is only
active on NTSC cameras).
6
AGC
Activate this check box if the camera signal on the grabber
(AGC = automatic gain
should be amplified.
control)
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Gain:
Manually correct the input level audio level at the grabber
using the slider.
Note:
Only possible when AGC is not activated.
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The image properties (incl. AGC/Gain) are reset to the exworks settings.
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Audio input
Click the down arrow and assign the camera an audio input if
necessary.
Note:
One audio input can be assigned to multiple cameras.
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Setting up Dome Cameras and Pan/Tilt Cameras
Video and audio connections menu > Camera section > Edit button
Make the settings for each camera as required.
1
Dome settings
Click the tab.
2
Activate
Select the check box if the camera is a dome camera or a
pan/tilt camera.
Making interface settings
3
Interface
The interface settings must be made first. Only then can
further dome settings follow.
Connection:
Click the down arrow and select the interface (BLX = Bilinx,
GBPx = Grabber Biphase port, COMx = serial RS232 port).
Settings...
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Make the settings for
the COM interface (bits per second, data bits, stop bits,
parity etc.).
The settings depend on the type of camera.
JVC: 9600/8/1/even
Panasonic 9600/8/1/none (on the Panasonic Dome, the bit
rate must be set manually)
Pelco: 2400/8/1/none
Bosch Domes: The dome settings must be saved.
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Select the protocol depending on the camera connected.
The following protocols are available: AllegiantProtocol,
Biphase, Geutebrueck protocol, JVC TKC 676, Multisec
protocol, Panasonic protocol, Pelco D protocol and Sae.
Only dome functions are supported. With Biphase and
Allegiant, you can choose your own command strings and
pre-defined commands can be called up.
Camera address:
Enter the address of the camera. The address is set in the
camera.
Saving camera positions
You can specify positions for dome cameras and pan/tilt cameras to which you can repeatedly
pan automatically or manually. The user can quickly select these positions in the live image,
assuming that these have been enabled for his level of authorization. An automatic go-to if an
event occurs is also possible.
Proceed as follows to save a new position:
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Select a free ID.
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Pan the camera to the position and zoom the image as desired.
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Save the procedure.
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Prepositions
ID Name
Click the down arrow beside the list field and select an
unused number when you want to save a new position, or
select a preposition to edit it.
Note:
When the user selects this name, the camera automatically
moves to this camera position.
This is how the camera The camera is panned as follows:
is controlled.
Move the mouse cursor around in the camera image until the
directional arrow points in the direction in which you want to
pan the camera. Then hold the left mouse button down. The
camera pans in the direction of the arrow, the speed
increasing the further you move the arrow outwards (with the
left mouse button pressed).
You zoom as follows:
Move the mouse cursor around in the camera image window
until a magnifying glass with a plus or minus sign appears.
Left-click with the mouse to zoom the camera.
Magnifying glass with a plus sign: Camera moves in toward
the object.
Magnifying glass with a minus sign: Camera moves away from
the object.
Save
Click the button to save. A dialog box opens. Enter a
meaningful name and confirm the entry. A message confirms
that this has been saved.
Display
To check, select preposition and click the button. The camera
moves to the preposition.
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Entering control commands via the command line
Here, you can specify various commands for dome cameras, pan/tilt cameras or matrix
switches via a command line. These commands can be called up manually or automatically.
The choice of commands available can be found in the operating manual of the respective
camera or matrix switch. The user can quickly select these commands in the live image,
assuming that these have been enabled for his level of authorization.
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Camera command line
First line:
The list contains preset control commands that you can
select.
Middle line (command line):
The command that you selected in the first line is displayed.
Alternatively, you can use this line to create a new command
if you do not find a suitable command in the drop-down list
for the first line.
Bottom line:
Assign the command a free number.
Save...
Click the button to save. A dialog box opens. Enter a
meaningful name and confirm the entry. A message confirms
that this has been saved.
Note:
The command is available on the user interface.
Transmit
Click the button to check the command.
Delete
The saved command will be deleted.
Camera control
The focus and iris can be set for each camera
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Bilinx status:
The status is displayed.
Iris and focus...
Click the button. A dialog box opens to allow you to set the
iris and focus.
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Specifying Monitoring Zone for Motion Cameras
Video and audio connections menu > Camera section > Edit button
Make the settings for each camera as required.
1
Motion
Click the tab. The entire image content inside the blue frame
is initially sensitive, i.e. motion is monitored.
2
Activate
Select the check box to activate the motion sensor.
3
Within the blue frame
Displays the current live image and the area being monitored.
(image window)
The image is updated every second.
Left-click or hold the
A plus sign appears beside the mouse cursor to show that the
left mouse button
selected area is sensitive and will be assessed during motion
down and drag an area detection. Sensitive areas are shown shaded in yellow.
Right-click or hold the
A minus sign appears beside the mouse cursor to show that
right mouse button
the selected area is not sensitive and will not be assessed
down and drag an area during motion detection. Non-sensitive areas are shown
unshaded.
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Sensitivity
Change the sensitivity when the results of motion detection
are not satisfactory.
high
The sensitivity increases i.e. to trigger an alarm, smaller
changes in the edges, the brightness and the motion are
needed.
low
The sensitivity decreases i.e. to trigger an alarm, larger
changes in the edges, the brightness and the motion are
needed.
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Grid - Show
A grid is shown in the image when the check box is activated.
The sizes of the drawn-in sensitive/insensitive areas are
oriented around the grid.
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Configuring Tamper Detection
Video and audio connections menu > Camera section > Edit button
Make the settings for each camera as required.
1
Tamper detection
Click the tab. The entire image content inside the blue frame
is initially not selected.
2
Show camera
Activate the check box if a warning is to be shown for camera
warnings
problems (image too light, too dark, noisy). The values that
trigger the warning are stored in the software and cannot be
changed.
Note:
With pan/tilt cameras, panning the camera can cause the
message "Video signal noisy" to be displayed when there is
no malfunction.
3
Activate
Select the check box to activate the Reference image check.
4
Time periods
Click the arrow to display the time periods available. Select
the time periods for which the reference image check is
activated.
5
Within the blue frame
Displays the current live image and the area being monitored.
(image window)
The image is updated every second.
Left-click or hold the
A plus sign appears beside the mouse cursor to show that the
left mouse button
area has been selected and is being monitored for tampering.
down and drag an area Areas being monitored for tampering are shown shaded in
yellow.
Right-click or hold the
A minus sign appears beside the mouse cursor to show that
right mouse button
the area has not been selected. Unshaded areas are not being
down and drag an area monitored.
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Change the sensitivity if the tamper detection results are not
satisfactory.
low
The sensitivity decreases, i.e. larger changes are needed for
tamper detection.
high
The sensitivity increases, i.e. smaller changes are needed for
tamper detection.
Note:
Darker areas being monitored require greater sensitivity.
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Grid - Show
A grid is shown in the image when the check box is activated.
The sizes of the drawn-in areas are oriented around the grid.
8
Trigger delay
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Set reference image
Enter the time after which an alarm is triggered. A delay of
120 to 3600 seconds can be entered.
Saves the live image displayed at this time as a reference
image. This reference image is used to compare all
subsequent live images.
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Configuring Video Monitors
Video and audio connections menu > Monitors section > Configure button
Specify the text display and the default camera sequence for the video monitors.
1
Text display
Select what should be shown on the monitors, for example
camera name, date and time, etc.
2
Text position
Select where on the monitor the display should be.
3
Text color
Select what the display should look like, e.g. white on black
background.
4
Monitor A/Monitor B
The default camera and sequence selected here can be
started in the live image.
Default camera
Select which camera should be displayed as standard.
Configure sequence
Click the button if you want to specify a default camera
sequence. A dialog box opens. Make your selection here (see
also Section 6.2.6 Configuring camera sequence).
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Display default camera Check box activated: After you have logged off, the camera
selected under Default camera is displayed on monitor A/
monitor B.
Check box is not activated: After you have logged off, the
camera sequence selected under Configure sequence is
displayed on monitor A/monitor B. In the event of an alarm,
the appropriate alarm sequence is displayed.
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Configuring camera sequence
Configuring default camera sequence:
Video and audio connections menu > Monitors section > Configure button > Configure
sequence button
Configuring alarm sequence:
Alarm processing menu> Monitor control section > Edit button
1
Add
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Select the cameras and
the display duration that you want to add to the sequence.
Note: JPEG and MPEG IP cameras cannot be selected.
2
Edit
3
Delete
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Make the changes here.
Deletes the camera from the sequence. First select the
camera in the list field.
4
Changes the order of the cameras in the sequence. To do so,
select the camera in the list field and click the up or down
arrow.
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Editing Audio Settings
Video and audio connections menu > Audio input section > Edit button
Here you can edit the names and the audio level of each individual audio input.
1
Name:
The name of the audio input is displayed and can be edited.
2
Audio level:
The audio level of the audio input can be changed with the
slider.
Note:
Slider all the way left = minimum audio level
Slider all the way right = maximum audio level
3
Signal level
Shows the signal level selected with the slider graphically.
From the color, you can see if the sound is being received
without distortion or if you need to change the audio level.
Green = sound is too soft
Yellow = sound is optimally set
Red = sound is overamplified
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Configuring JPEG IP Cameras
Video and audio connections menu > JPEG IP cameras section > Edit button
In this menu, only those cameras from which JPEG images can be accessed via the http
protocol can be configured. Depending on the model, a maximum of 32 network devices
(JPEG cameras and MPEG4 devices from Bosch) can be connected.
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Address:
Enter the address (URL) of the camera and the command to
access the JPEG images.
The following syntax must be applied:
Bosch BVIP devices:
http://IP-Adresse/snap.jpg?JpegSize=S (for QCIF)
http://IP-Adresse/snap.jpg?JpegSize=M (for CIF)
http://IP-Adresse/snap.jpg?JpegSize=L (for 2CIF)
http://IP-Adresse/snap.jpg?JpegSize=XL (for 4CIF)
For multi-channel devices, the channel must be selected as
follows:
http://IP-Adresse/snap.jpg?JpegCam=2&JpegSize=XL (e.g.for
channel 2 and 4CIF)
Bosch MegaPixel IP camera:
http://IP-Adresse/image?res=full&x0=0&y0=0
&x1=100%&y1=100%&quality=12&doublescan=0
With HTTP, motion detection occurs via port [&mdn=Port
number].
tftp://IP-Adresse/
image?res=half&x0=0&y0=0&x1=1600&y1=1200&quality=15
With TFTP, the motion detection is retained in the image. It is
not necessary to configure a port.
Axis: http://IP-Adresse/jpg/image.jpg
Mobotix: http://IP-Adresse/record/current.jpg
Note:
More information can be found in the installation documents
of the relevant camera.
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Display
When you click the button, you can check whether the
entered URL and command are correct. If so, the camera
image appears.
3
Configure
After the button is clicked, the configuration of the selected
JPEG device is displayed in a browser window.
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Name:
Enter the name of the camera.
5
Max. no. of images per
Activate this check box and enter the number of images per
sec.:
second to be displayed. This affects the network load when
viewing live images from the cameras.
Note:
The maximum number of displayed images depends on the
camera type and the parameters set for the camera (e.g.:
resolution, compression setting).
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User name:
Password:
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Motion camera
Enter the camera user name and password needed for log-on
(e.g. Mobotix banking camera).
If the IP camera is a motion detection camera, the video
system can be controlled when the sensor technology is
triggered. Activate the check box for this.
Port:
Enter the port to which the camera sends the motion
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Here you enter the command that the camera sends when
motion detection is triggered.
Note:
The command can be found in the handbook for the camera
used.
Off command:
Here you enter the command that the camera sends when
motion detection has ended.
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The entries are saved.
NOTICE!
When configuring JPEG IP cameras, the following limits must be observed:
Image size and resolution limits:
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A single JPEG image must not exceed 100 kB.
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The image resolution must be in the aspect ratio 4:3 (e.g. 2048 x 1536).
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The maximum resolution of the displayed images is limited to 2048 x 1536.
Recording settings limits:
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The transmission images from analog and IP cameras are limited to a total of 900 images
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The recording rate is limited to 50 Mbit/second (= 6.25 MB/second).
per second.
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Configuring MPEG4 IP Cameras
Video and audio connections menu > MPEG4 IP cameras section > Edit button
In this menu, only MPEG4 units from Bosch from which MPEG4 images can be called up can
be configured (e.g. VideoJet, VIP). Depending on the model, a maximum of 32 network
devices (JPEG cameras and MPEG4 devices from Bosch) can be connected.
1
Camera name
Device type:
Select the MPEG4 device you require.
IP address:
Enter the address (URL) of the MPEG4 device.
Channel:
Select the channel of the MPEG4 device.
Name:
Enter the name of the MPEG4 device. The choice of name is
up to you.
Live stream:
Select the stream of the MPEG4 device (Stream 1 or Stream
2) to be used for viewing live images.
Motion detection
Activates the motion detection of the MPEG4 device in DiBos.
Note:
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Motion detection must also be activated on the MPEG4
device.
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Under Alarm processing, the name of the MPEG4 device
appears in the Trigger section. The trigger can, for
example, be selected so that it controls recording. To do
so, you must select the job you require.
Reference image check Activates the reference image check of the MPEG4 device in
DiBos.
Note:
The reference image check must also be activated on the
MPEG4 device.
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Select the time periods for carrying out a reference image
check.
Display
The live image from the selected MPEG4 device will be
displayed if the settings were entered correctly.
Configure
After the button is clicked, the configuration of the selected
MPEG4 device is displayed in a browser window.
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Camera login
User name:
Password:
Enter the user name and password for MPEG4 devices where
they are needed for logging on (e.g. when a user name and
password are configured in the MPEG4 device).
Note:
Select the user name Service, if a service password has been
assigned for the MPEG4 device. The corresponding password
must be entered.
3
Activate alarm input
Activate this check box when triggering of the input on the
MPEG4 device is to be used for control of the video system.
Note:
Depending on the type of IP device (e.g. VIP X1600), more
than 1 alarm input can be configured. Select the alarm input
of the MPEG4 device under No. and activate the Activate
alarm input check box for this alarm input.
Name
Enter the name of the alarm input. The choice of name is up
to you.
4
No.:
Choose the alarm input of the selected MPEG4 device.
Activate relay
Activate this check box if the relay output of the MPEG4
device is to be controlled by the video system.
Note:
Depending on the type of IP device (e.g. VIP X1600), more
than 1 relay output can be configured. Select the relay output
of the MPEG4 device under No. and activate the Activate
relay check box for this relay output.
Name:
Enter the name of the relay output. The choice of name is up
to you.
5
No.:
Choose the relay output of the selected MPEG4 unit.
Activate audio input
Activate this check box when the audio input of the MPEG4
device is to be used.
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Enter the name of the audio input.
No.:
Choose the audio input of the selected MPEG4 unit.
OK
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Configuring Recording Settings
You can configure the recording settings of the analog cameras, JPEG IP cameras and MPEG4
IP cameras in these dialog boxes.
6.3.1
Configuring Recording Settings for Analog Cameras
Recording settings menu > Camera x - y tab
You can configure the recording settings of the analog cameras in this dialog box.
1
Day I Night I Weekend ... All configured time periods are displayed as tabs.
Select the time period for which the settings should apply.
Note:
Only the time periods configured under Time periods are
displayed.
2
Camera 1 - 6 I Camera 7
Select the tab. Tabs with cameras are displayed for each
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time period.
Select the tab with the camera for which you want to make
settings. The corresponding list field shows all cameras
connected to the same grabber card.
Note:
The number of tabs depends on the number of grabber
cards and network components in the system. IP camera
tabs are only shown when IP cameras are configured.
3
In the camera list field
Select the camera for which you want to edit the settings.
Note:
Multiple cameras can be selected and set up jointly. The
settings in points 4 - 7 only refer to the selected cameras
and the associated time periods.
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Continuous and motion
Make the settings for continuous and motion recording.
recording
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If the recording rate and the quality exceed the grabber
power, the system displays a message to this effect. If the
user ignores this message, recording is made at the
greatest rate possible.
Continuous recording:
Select the recording rate for continuous and motion
recording.
Motion recording:
Note:
Recording only takes place if a value greater than 0 fps
(images per second) is selected.
Quality:
Select the recording quality. The selection possibilities are
valid for continuous and motion recording.
Note:
Six quality levels are pre-defined in the system. If the input
field is empty, there are different quality levels for
continuous and motion recording.
Further recording qualities can be added. To do so, click
Quality levels...
Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Note:
Audio can only be selected if the camera has been assigned
an audio input. This is done under Video and audio
connections
settings
Add or modify camera
General
Audio input.
An audio recording is made for continuous and/or motion
recording.
5
Alarm recording
Make the settings for alarm recording.
Alarm recording:
Select the recording rate.
Quality:
Select the recording quality.
Note:
Six quality levels are pre-defined in the system. Further
recording qualities can be added. To do so, click Quality
levels...
6
Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Delete old video
Activate this check box to automatically delete data after a
specified number of days.
Older than [days]:
Enter the number of days after which data should be
deleted.
Example: 3 means that all data older than 3 days is
automatically deleted.
Delete protected data:
Check box is activated: Protected data is automatically
deleted after a specified number of days.
Check box is not activated: protected data is not
automatically deleted.
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Extended...
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Here you can edit the
settings for each camera.
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Extended settings
The information on pre- and post-alarm time and pre-alarm
recording are valid for the selected time period and for all
cameras on the camera tab.
Note:
If the cameras are assigned differing values, this is
indicated by an asterisk (*).
Pre-alarm time [sec.]:
Select the pre-alarm time for the alarm and motion
recording.
Note:
The maximum pre-alarm time is 1800 seconds. The prealarm time depends on the recording rate of the pre-alarm
recording. A maximum of 3600 images can be recorded for
each pre-alarm and by each camera. Example: 1 image/
second = 1800 seconds, 2 images/second = 1800 seconds,
4 images/second = 900 seconds, 5 images/second =
720 seconds etc.
Post-alarm time [secs.]:
Enter the post-alarm time.
Note:
The maximum post-alarm time is 999 seconds. The default
setting is 0 seconds.
Pre-alarm recording:
Select the recording rate for the pre-alarm time. The
recording rate applies to alarm recording and motion
recording.
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Quality levels
Click the button. A dialog box opens. You can add or edit
recording qualities (see also Section Specify recording
quality for analog cameras).
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Assigned grabber power
The system calculates, per camera tab (grabber) and time
period, the sum of the recording rates for continuous and
motion recording. Alarms are not taken into account.
Note:
If the result exceeds the grabber power (more than 100%),
the user cannot save the settings.
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Default settings
Click the button to see the default settings.
12
Copy settings to other
Copies all tabs from the selected time period with all the
time periods...
settings they contain into other time periods.
Click the button. A dialog box opens where you can select
the time periods.
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Extended recording settings for analog cameras
Recording settings menu > Camera x - y tab > Extended... button
(see also Section 6.3 Configuring Recording Settings)
In this dialog box you can edit individual settings.
1
Alarm jobs
The list field shows all jobs where this camera is in the alarm
recording list.
Note:
The alarm jobs are added to the list field according to the
configuration.
2
Settings for selected
First select a job in the list field. The settings for the selected
alarm job
job are displayed.
Note:
If the jobs are assigned differing values, this is indicated by
an asterisk (*).
Rate:
Select the recording rate for the job.
Quality:
Select the recording quality for the job.
Note:
Six quality levels are pre-defined in the system. Further
recording qualities can be added. To do so, click Quality
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Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded along
with this job.
Note:
The audio input must be assigned to the camera. This is done
under Video and audio connections
camera
Pre-alarm time [sec.]:
General settings
Add or modify
Audio input.
Select the pre-alarm time for the alarm and motion recording.
Note:
The maximum pre-alarm time is 1800 seconds. The pre-alarm
time depends on the recording rate of the pre-alarm
recording. A maximum of 3600 images can be recorded for
each pre-alarm and by each camera. Example: 1 image/
second = 1800 seconds, 2 images/second = 1800 seconds,
4 images/second = 900 seconds, 5 images/second =
720 seconds etc.
Post-alarm time
Enter the post-alarm time.
[secs.]:
Note:
The maximum post-alarm time is 999 seconds. The default
setting is 0 seconds.
3
Motion recording
Make the settings for motion recording.
Rate:
Select the recording rate.
Quality:
Select the recording quality.
Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Pre-alarm time [sec.]:
Select the pre-alarm time for the alarm and motion recording.
Note:
The maximum pre-alarm time is 1800 seconds. The pre-alarm
time depends on the recording rate of the pre-alarm
recording. A maximum of 3600 images can be recorded for
each pre-alarm and by each camera. Example: 1 image/
second = 1800 seconds, 2 images/second = 1800 seconds,
4 images/second = 900 seconds, 5 images/second =
720 seconds etc.
Post-alarm time
Enter the post-alarm time.
[secs.]:
Note:
The maximum post-alarm time is 999 seconds. The default
setting is 0 seconds.
4
Pre-alarm recording
Make the settings for pre-alarm recording.
Rate:
Select the recording rate for the pre-alarm time. The
recording rate applies to alarm recording and motion
recording.
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Select the recording quality.
Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
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Continuous recording
Rate:
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Make the settings for continuous recording.
Select the recording rate.
Note:
The value 0 means no recording.
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Quality:
Select the recording quality.
Audio:
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Assigned grabber
The system calculates, per camera tab and time profile, the
power:
sum of the recording rates for continuous and motion
recording.
Note:
If the result exceeds the grabber power (more than 100%),
the user cannot save the settings.
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Specify recording quality for analog cameras
Recording settings menu > Camera x - y tab > Quality levels... button
or
Options menu > Quality levels button
(see also Section 6.3 Configuring Recording Settings)
In this dialog box you can edit an existing recording quality or add a new recording quality.
1
List of existing recording qualities.
2
Add
3
Remove
Adds a new recording quality.
Removes an existing recording quality. To do so, select the
name.
4
Rename
Changes the name of a recording quality. To do so, select the
name.
5
Image format
Select the image format.
6
Bit rate [KBit/s]
If necessary, activate this check box and enter a maximum
value for the bit rate.
Note:
If a function is not activated, the bit rate is variable.
7
Quality level:
Activate the check box and select the quality level (2 =
highest quality level, 30 = lowest quality level).
Note:
If a function is not activated, the standard values are
adopted.
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OK
The entries are saved.
Pre-defined standard values of the quality levels:
Recording quality
Image format
Quality level
Excellent 4CIF
4CIF
4
Very good 4CIF
4CIF
6
Excellent 2CIF
2CIF
4
Very good 2CIF
2CIF
6
Good CIF
CIF
10
Normal CIF
CIF
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Configuring Recording Settings of JPEG IP Cameras
Recording settings menu > IP cameras tab
You can configure the recording settings for the JPEG IP camera in this dialog box.
1
Day I Night I Weekend
All configured time profiles are displayed as tabs.
...
Select the time profile to which the settings should apply.
Note:
Only the time profiles configured under Time periods are
displayed.
2
IP cameras
Select the tab. All JPEG IP cameras are displayed in the list
field underneath.
3
In the camera list field
Select the camera for which you want to edit the settings.
4
Pre-alarm recording
Make the settings for pre-alarm recording.
Rate:
Select the recording rate.
Note:
The actual recording rate depends on the camera type and
the parameters set for the camera (e.g.: resolution,
compression setting). The average setting is 4 - 6 images per
second.
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Pre-alarm time [sec.]:
Select the pre-alarm time for the alarm and motion recording.
Note:
The maximum pre-alarm time is 1800 seconds. The pre-alarm
time depends on the recording rate of the pre-alarm
recording. A maximum of 3600 images can be recorded for
each pre-alarm and by each camera. Example: 1 image/
second = 1800 seconds, 2 images/second = 1800 seconds,
4 images/second = 900 seconds, 5 images/second =
720 seconds etc.
5
Alarm recording
Make the settings for alarm recording.
Rate:
Select the recording rate.
Note:
The actual recording rate depends on the camera type and
the parameters set for the camera (e.g.: resolution,
compression setting).
Post-alarm time
Enter the post-alarm time.
[secs.]:
Note:
The maximum post-alarm time is 999 seconds. The default
setting is 0 seconds.
6
Continuous recording
Make the settings for continuous recording.
Rate:
Select the recording rate.
Note:
The actual recording rate depends on the camera type and
the parameters set for the camera (e.g.: resolution,
compression setting).
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Delete old video
Activate this check box to automatically delete data after a
specified number of days.
Older than [days]:
Enter the number of days after which data should be deleted.
Example: 3 means that all data older than 3 days is
automatically deleted.
Delete protected data: Check box is activated: Protected data is automatically
deleted after a specified number of days.
Check box is not activated: protected data is not
automatically deleted.
8
Default settings
Click the button to see the default settings.
9
Copy settings to other
Copies all tabs from the selected time period with all the
time periods...
settings they contain into other time periods.
Click the button. A dialog box opens where you can select the
time periods.
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Configuring Recording Settings of MPEG4 IP Cameras
Recording settings menu > MPEG IP cameras tab
You can configure the recording settings for the MPEG4 IP camera in this dialog box.
1
Day I Night I Weekend ... All configured time profiles are displayed as tabs.
Select the time profile to which the settings should apply.
Note:
Only the time profiles configured under Time periods are
displayed.
2
MPEG IP cameras
Select the tab. All MPEG IP cameras are displayed in the
list field underneath.
3
In the camera list field
Select the camera for which you want to edit the settings.
4
Pre-alarm recording
Make the settings for pre-alarm recording.
Stream
Select the stream for the MPEG4 device (Stream 1 or
Stream 2).
Audio
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Note:
Audio can only be selected if the Activate audio input
check box is selected under Video and audio connections
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Pre-alarm time [sec.]:
Select the pre-alarm time for the alarm and motion
recording.
Note:
The maximum pre-alarm time is 1800 seconds. The prealarm time depends on the recording rate of the MPEG4
device's pre-alarm recording. A maximum of 3600 images
can be recorded for each pre-alarm and by each camera.
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Alarm recording
Make the settings for alarm recording.
Stream
Select the stream for the MPEG4 device (Stream 1 or
Stream 2).
Audio
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Post-alarm time [secs.]:
Enter the post-alarm time.
Note:
The maximum post-alarm time is 999 seconds. The default
setting is 0 seconds.
6
Continuous recording
Make the settings for continuous recording.
Stream
Select the stream for the MPEG4 device (Stream 1 or
Stream 2).
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Audio
Activate this check box if audio is also to be recorded.
Delete old video
Activate this check box to automatically delete data after a
specified number of days.
Older than [days]:
Enter the number of days after which data should be
deleted.
Example: 3 means that all data older than 3 days is
automatically deleted.
Delete protected data:
Check box is activated: Protected data is automatically
deleted after a specified number of days.
Check box is not activated: protected data is not
automatically deleted.
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Default settings
Click the button to see the default settings.
9
Copy settings to other
Copies all tabs from the selected time period with all the
time periods...
settings they contain into other time periods.
Click the button. A dialog box opens where you can select
the time periods.
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Configuring Time Periods
Time periods menu
Time periods are assigned with the mouse cursor in a graphical time planner. There are 8 time
periods available. These time periods can be assigned to any day of the week, individual
holidays and special days. The time periods are displayed in different colors.
1
Weekdays
Holidays
2
Select the corresponding tab.
Note:
You can add holidays or special days if you have selected the
Special days
Holidays or Special days tab.
Time periods
Select the time period to which you want to assign a day. A
time span can be assigned to only one time period.
3
Graphical time planner Move the mouse cursor into the graphical time planner.
Clicking with the left mouse button marks a cell. Dragging up
a square while pressing the left mouse button marks a time
period. All selected cells take the color of the selected time
period.
Note:
The 24 hours of the day are displayed on the horizontal axis
of the graphical time planner. Each hour is subdivided into
four cells. A cell is the smallest selectable time unit and
represents 15 minutes.
The days are shown on the vertical axis.
To edit selected cells in the graphical time planner, select
another time period and overwrite the cell already selected.
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To change the name. Select a time period and click the
button. Enter a new name and confirm the entry by pressing
Enter.
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Configuring Inputs and Outputs
6.5.1
Configuring Alarm Inputs
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Inputs and outputs menu > Alarm inputs tab
This dialog box allows the user to activate or deactivate the alarm inputs on the grabber card
and select the standby condition. There are 32 alarm inputs available in DiBos and 12 alarm
inputs in DiBos micro.
1
Alarm inputs
2
Type
Click the tab.
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be configured or not.
The input is assessed as an alarm input.
The input is not assessed as an alarm input.
3
Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name of
the alarm input.
4
N/C contact
Specify whether an N/C or N/O contact is connected
to the alarm input.
N/C contact connected.
N/O contact connected.
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Configuring Relay Outputs
Inputs and outputs menu > Relay tab
The number of relay outputs depends on the model. In DiBos there are a maximum of 16 relay
outputs available and in DiBos micro, 12 relay outputs. The relays can be activated locally,
from a remote station, via a job or via a browser.
1
Relay
2
Type
Click the tab.
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an output is to be activated or not.
The relay output is activated.
A malfunction relay can be connected to the relay
output.
Note:
Only one malfunction relay can be connected. The
events that trigger the malfunction relay can be found
in the Connecting a Malfunction Relay chapter in the
installation handbook
The relay output is not activated.
3
Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name.
4
Save
The entries are saved.
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Configuring Alarm Simulation
Inputs and outputs menu > Alarm simulation tab
The video system supports 4 inputs for the triggering of user alarms in the user interface.
1
Alarm simulation
Click the tab.
2
Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be activated or not.
Input is to be used for alarm simulation.
Input is not to be used for alarm simulation.
3
Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name.
4
Save
The entries are saved.
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Configuring Virtual Inputs
Inputs and outputs menu > Virtual inputs tab
Virtual inputs are inputs that are controlled via the browser interface or by a piece of
software. They offer the same functionality as the other inputs in the system.
The virtual inputs can be used to execute jobs in the video system, for example for alarm
transmission or export video. There are 32 virtual inputs available.
1
Virtual inputs
Click the tab.
2
Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether a virtual input is to be configured or not.
Input is to be used as virtual input.
Input is not to be used as virtual input.
3
Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name.
4
Change field designator
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Edit the
designation of the additional data as necessary.
5
Save
The entries are saved.
NOTICE!
It is not necessary to log on to gain access to the virtual inputs interface.
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Configuring Automatic Teller Machines
Inputs and outputs menu > Automatic teller machine tab
A maximum of 4 automatic teller machines, each with 2 inputs, can be connected to one video
system.
1
Automatic teller machine
Click the tab.
2
Interface:
Select the interface.
3
Status query [h]:
After this time interval, the system checks repeatedly
whether the connected automatic teller machines
have completed a transaction. Enter the time in
hours. Example: Entering 2 would mean that a check
is run every 2 hours. Entering 0 would mean that no
check is run.
Note:
If the system does not display a transaction, an error
message is sent. If the connection between DiBos and
the automatic teller machine is faulty, another error
message is sent.
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Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be configured or not.
The input is assessed.
The input is not assessed.
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Assignment of inputs:
Input 1 + 2 = Automatic teller machine 1
Input 3 + 4 = Automatic teller machine 2
Input 5 + 6 = Automatic teller machine 3
Input 7 + 8 = Automatic teller machine 4
Inputs 1, 3, 5, 7 normally activate the portrait camera
and inputs 2, 4, 6, 8 the cash dispenser camera.
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Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name.
The name can be freely selected.
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Configuring Foyer Card Readers
Inputs and outputs menu > Foyer card reader tab
A maximum of 4 foyer card readers can be connected to one video system. Each foyer card
reader uses one input. Anti-skimming is possible on the foyer card reader.
NOTICE!
You may not configure more foyer card readers than the number connected.
1
Foyer card reader
Click the tab.
2
Interface:
Select the interface.
3
Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be configured or not.
A foyer card reader is connected to the input.
No foyer card reader is connected to the input.
4
Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name.
The name can be freely selected.
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Skimming protection
This function recognizes whether there are any alien
objects on the foyer card reader that may be able to
read the data from an EC card without authorization.
Note:
–
If this function is activated, the skimming input is
available as a trigger.
–
If anything triggers this, the event is recorded in
the logbook.
–
If the Report foyer card reader fault function is
also activated, a message appears in the user
interface when a trigger is activated.
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Time management - Setup
Click the button if you want to enter a time control. A
dialog box opens, allowing you to select the default
setting for the foyer card reader (open, automatic,
closed) and the time period (see also
Section Configuring foyer card reader time control).
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Locked out bank codes
You have the possibility of locking out specific bank
sort codes, i.e. the EC cards with the lock
characteristics entered here do not have access
authorization. Access is denied by the foyer card
reader. The default setting of the foyer card reader
must be set to Foyer card reader automatic.
Add
Enter the bank sort code to be locked into the text
field and click the button. After the entry, the bank
sort code is held in the list field.
Note:
When making an entry, the use of wild cards (? or *)
in any combination is allowed.
?: The exact position of the question mark may
indicate any or no character.
*: The exact position of the asterisk may indicate a
sequence (one or more characters) of any or no
characters (exception:
* on its own means that all bank sort codes are locked
out).
Delete
Select the entry in the list field and click the button.
The bank sort code is deleted from the list field.
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Report foyer card reader fault
A message is displayed in the user interface if there is
a fault in the foyer card reader. If the Skimming
protection function is activated, a message also
appears in the event of a skimming alarm.
Note:
If anything triggers this, the event is recorded in the
logbook.
Ignore country code on EC
Does not analyze credit card data used to identify
cards
which country a card is from. Access is possible for
cards with a different country code.
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Configuring foyer card reader time control
Inputs and outputs menu > Foyer card reader tab > Setup button
(see also Section 6.5.6 Configuring Foyer Card Readers)
Make the settings for time control.
1
Foyer card reader time
Activate the check box.
controlled
2
Default setting:
Click the down arrow in the list field and select which default
setting the foyer card reader should have.
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In the previous point, you specified the default setting for the
foyer card reader. If the default setting is to be limited in
time, activate one or more of the following characteristics, as
required.
Foyer card reader
Foyer always open.
open:
Foyer card reader
Access is only possible with an EC card or a credit card. EC
automatic:
cards from specific banks can be locked out.
Foyer card reader
Foyer always closed.
closed
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Time period:
Select the time period within which the time limitation
should apply (see also Section 6.4 Configuring Time Periods).
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Configuring AP Inputs
Inputs and outputs menu > AP inputs tab
If an AP is connected serially, a maximum of 32 inputs that can cause triggering of an alarm in
the system can be specified.
As standard, every input has line statuses assigned that can be modified in LSN alarm panels
for the specific project. In addition, AP addresses can be assigned to each input.
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AP inputs
2
Connection settings
3
Click the tab.
Interface:
Select the interface.
Baud rate:
Select the Baud rate.
AP type:
Select the AP type.
Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select the
type of input.
The input type, e.g. holdup, is activated.
The input type is not activated.
Note:
Each input has specific types of line statuses
assigned as standard. This assignment can be
changed for LSN alarm panels.
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Click the button. A dialog box opens, allowing you to
view and edit the default assignment of the line
statuses (see also Section Assigning AP line statuses
to inputs (not for Bosch G Series)).
Note:
Only possible for LSN alarm panels.
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Addresses - Assign
Click the button. A dialog box opens, allowing you to
assign specific AP addresses to the input (see also
Section Assigning AP addresses to inputs (not for
Bosch G Series) and Section Assigning AP addresses
(Bosch G Series) to inputs).
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Save
The entries are saved.
Assigning AP line statuses to inputs (not for Bosch G Series)
Inputs and outputs menu > AP inputs tab > Line status section > Assign button
(see also Section 6.5.7 Configuring AP Inputs)
Assign AP line statuses to the inputs.
Adding line statuses
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Unselected line
2
Add
Select the line status.
statuses:
Click the button. The line status is added to the Selected line
statuses: list field.
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Close
Finishes the procedure. Saves the entries.
Removing line statuses
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Selected line statuses: Select the line status.
4
Remove
Click the button. The line status is removed from the
Selected line statuses: list field.
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Assigning AP addresses to inputs (not for Bosch G Series)
Inputs and outputs menu > AP inputs tab > Addresses section > Assign button
(see also Section 6.5.7 Configuring AP Inputs)
Assign AP addresses (not Bosch G series) to the inputs.
Adding addresses
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From
Group:
Enter the starting address in the input fields.
Alarm input:
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To
Group:
Enter the final address in the input fields.
Alarm input:
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Add
Click the button. The addresses are added to the Selected
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Close
Finishes the procedure. Saves the entries.
addresses: list field.
Removing addresses
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Selected addresses:
Select the addresses you wish to remove.
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Remove
Click the button. The addresses are removed from the
Selected addresses: list field.
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Assigning AP addresses (Bosch G Series) to inputs
Inputs and outputs menu > AP inputs tab > Addresses section > Assign button
(see also Section 6.5.7 Configuring AP Inputs)
Assign AP addresses for Bosch G series to the inputs.
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AP addresses
Activate the check boxes of the AP addresses you wish to
assign to the input.
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Configuring POS Inputs
Inputs and outputs menu > POS inputs tab
A POSserver (POS= point of sale) is connected via the IP network (LAN). To do this, the
DiBos IP address must be configured in the POS server. A maximum of 64 virtual inputs are
available in DiBos. When activating defined transactions at the POS points, an image is
automatically recorded.
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POS inputs
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Port number:
Click the tab.
Enter the DiBos port number to which the IP server
sends the data.
Note:
The port number in the DiBos configuration must
match the port number that has been entered in the
POS server.
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Data structure:
Shows the structure of the data stream that is sent to
DiBos by the POS server. It is possible to have a
maximum of 10 data fields as distinguishing factors. A
maximum of 100 characters are possible per data
field.
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Edit
Click the button. A dialog box opens in which you can
configure the type of data field and the corresponding
start and end position in the data stream.
Note:
Mark in advance the rows to be processed under
Data structure.
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Click the arrow. The list of available data fields will be
displayed. The list contains all data fields that are
displayed under Data structure.
Select the name of the data field and, in the text field
underneath, enter the value that triggers an image
recording in the data stream of the POS server.
Where there are several values, these must be
separated by semi-colons.
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Switch off input
Click the arrow. The list of available data fields will be
displayed.
Select the name of the data field and, in the text field
underneath, enter the value that ends an image
recording in the data stream of the POS server.
Where there are several values, these must be
separated by semi-colons.
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Data field with terminal
Click the arrow. The list of available data fields will be
number information:
displayed.
Select the name of the data field which describes the
terminal number (e.g. cashpoint number).
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Type
Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be activated or not.
Input should be used to trigger image recording.
Input should not be used to trigger image recording.
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Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name of
the input.
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Terminal number
Enter the terminal number to which the POS input is
allocated on DiBos.
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Configuring ATM/POS Inputs
Inputs and outputs menu > ATM/POS- Inputs tab
The ATM/POS-Bridge is used to connect cashpoint systems and ATMs. The video system can
be connected to a maximum of 8 ATM/POS-Bridges, each with 4 ATMs. The video is connected
via the IP network (LAN).
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ATM/POS inputs
Click the tab.
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Devices:
Select the device.
3
IP address:
Enter the IP address of the ATM/POS-Bridge.
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Devices port number:
Enter the port number of the ATM/POS-Bridge.
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Port number:
Enter the DiBos port number.
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Data structure:
Shows the structure of the data stream that is sent to
DiBos by theATM/POS-Bridge. It is possible to have a
maximum of 10 data fields as distinguishing factors.
The size of the data stream is limited to 7 kilobytes.
Note:
Each of the individual data fields can be activated by
selecting the relevant check box. If none of the check
boxes are selected, the entire data stream is written
in the first data field.
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Edit
Click the button. A dialog box opens in which you can
configure the type of data field and the corresponding
start and end position in the data stream.
Note:
Mark in advance the rows to be processed under
Data structure.
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Click the down arrow in the column and select
whether an input is to be activated or not.
Note:
Input 1 = ATM/Pos device 1
Input 2 = ATM/Pos device 2
Input 3 = ATM/Pos device 3
Input 4 = ATM/Pos device 4
Input should be used to trigger image recording.
Input should not be used to trigger image recording.
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Name
Place the cursor in the column and enter the name of
the input.
Note:
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Configuring Alarm Processing
Alarm processing menu
In this dialog box you can specify jobs for every time profile. Jobs are activities that are
started by inputs and cameras with motion detection.
The following actions are possible:
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Starting an alarm recording
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Controlling a relay output
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Controlling a maximum of four dome cameras and pan/tilt cameras
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Controlling camera sequences for a maximum of two video monitors
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Informing via E-mail
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Job
Add
Adds a new job. The name of the new job is sequentially
Remove
Removes a job. To do so, select the job.
Rename
The name of the job can be changed. To do so, select the job.
Trigger
In the list field, select the inputs or cameras with motion
numbered and can be renamed.
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detection whose triggering starts the job.
The following are displayed as triggers:
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All types of inputs
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Cameras with activated motion detection or activated
tamper detection
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JPEG IP cameras and MPEG4 IP cameras with motion
detection
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All selected inputs and cameras with motion detection must
trigger in order to start the job.
Or
Only one input or one camera with motion detection must
trigger in order to start the job.
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Day I Night I Weekend
Select the time profile. The job is assigned to this time
...
profile.
Note:
Only the time profiles configured under Time periods are
displayed.
Note:
With the Copy settings to other time periods... button, it is
possible to quickly copy jobs to other time periods.
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Alarm recording list
The inputs or cameras selected under Trigger trigger an
alarm recording for locally connected cameras.
Edit...
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Select the cameras for
which alarm recording should take place.
Protect alarm
Activate the check box. The alarm recordings are protected
recordings
against overwriting (including pre-alarm images).
Note:
Protected data will only be automatically deleted after a
specified number of days if the Delete old video and Delete
protected data options are activated under Recording
settings. It is also possible to manually delete data via the
user interface.
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Relay control
Specify the relay that is to be controlled.
Activate
Activates the relay to be controlled.
Relay:
Select the relay to be controlled.
Action:
Select the relay behavior.
Relay behavior:
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Start of event: At the start of an event the relay switches
for one second.
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End of event: At the end of an event the relay switches
for one second.
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Follow event: The relay switches at the beginning of the
event, maintains this status during the event and returns
to its original status at the end of the event.
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Follow recording: The relay switches at the start of the
event and only returns to its original status after the end
of alarm recording (including the post-alarm time).
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Dome camera control
A job can control a maximum of 4 dome cameras and pan/tilt
cameras.
Activate the check box of the line concerned. Then select the
camera to be controlled in the list field and a preposition or a
command.
Note:
Only different dome cameras and pan/tilt cameras can be
controlled.
The saved positions and commands must be configured
under Video and audio connections
camera
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Monitor control
Add/Modify
Dome settings.
Once a job has been triggered, an alarm sequence can be
displayed on monitor A/monitor B.
Monitor A / Monitor B
Activate the check box. The cameras are displayed on the
monitor.
Edit
Click the button. A dialog box opens. Select the cameras and
the display duration.
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Informing via E-mail
Once a job has been triggered, a notification e-mail can be
sent.
Activate
Activates the e-mail notification.
Recipient:
Enter the e-mail address of the recipient.
Note:
Where there are several e-mail addresses, these must be
separated by semi-colons.
Configure E-mail
The e-mail server setup opens after the button is clicked.
During setup, enter data on the transmitter name, e-mail
address, user name etc.
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Copy settings to other
Copies the selected job with all the settings it contains to
time periods...
other time periods.
Select a job and click the button. A dialog box opens where
you can select the time periods.
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Configuring the e-mail server setup
Alarm processing menu > Configure E-mail... button
or
Error forwarding menu > E-mail server button
E-mails can be sent regardless of whether or not you log on to the SMTP server.
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Transmitter name:
Enter the name of the sender. The name appears as the
sender name for the e-mail recipient.
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E-mail address:
Enter the e-mail address of the sender.
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SMTP server:
Enter the name or the IP address of the SMTP servers (e-mail
server).
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With log-on to SMTP
E-mails can only be sent when the sender is authorized to do
server
so. The SMTP server checks the sender's authorization in this
case.
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User name:
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Password:
Enter the user name for logging on to the SMTP server.
Enter the password for logging on to the SMTP server.
Password transmission is encrypted.
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Save
The entries are saved.
NOTICE!
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For information on how to add an e-mail recipient for alarm processing, see
Section 6.6 Configuring Alarm Processing
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For information on how to add an e-mail recipient for error forwarding, see
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Configuring Remote Stations
Remote stations menu
In this dialog box, you determine the remote stations for your own workstation (local
computer) so that you can connect to these remote stations later in the configuration
procedure.
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Local settings
Edit the following settings for your own workstation.
Modem/ISDN:
Select the modem or ISDN card.
Note:
To configure a modem connection, an RAS-capable modem
must be connected and an RAS service installed.
Number of B channels
Enter the number of B channels.
Accept incoming calls
Incoming calls may be accepted by standard users.
(for standard users)
Password...
Enter the password that allows remote stations to be dialed
into.
System control...
Under Windows XP, opens Network Connections in the
Control Panel.
Note:
Here you can configure your own IP address or make firewall
settings, for example.
Info
If no RAS-capable modem is connected or no RAS service is
installed, a notes icon and a button with additional
information appears.
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New remote stations can be added here. Existing remote
stations are displayed in the list field.
Note: If the remote stations are configured to do so, the Low
bandwidth column is also displayed in the list field.
New
Creates a new remote station. Input your entries in the dialog
box that opens.
Edit
Data on existing remote stations can be edited.
Select the remote station from the overview in the lower part
of the dialog box and click the button.
Delete
Deletes the connection to a remote station.
Select the remote stations in the overview in the lower part
of the dialog box that you want to delete and click the button.
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Adding/processing remote stations
Remote stations menu > New button
In this dialog box, you determine remote station settings that enable connections to this
remote station to be established. Connection is possible via modem/ISDN and network.
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Designation
Enter a name for the remote station.
Number/Address
For a modem/ISDN:
Enter the complete telephone number of the remote station.
If your own workstation is connected to a PBX, you must
enter a prefix (in most cases 0) before entering the remote
station number.
For a network:
Enter the remote station IP address or the computer name.
Modem/ISDN
Connect the remote station via a modem or ISDN.
Low bandwidth (live
In live mode, only every 30th image is displayed.
mode)
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Windows user account Make the Windows user account settings for modem/ISDN
transmission.
User:
If required, enter the user here. In the default settings, a user
has already been created.
Change password
The password can be changed as necessary. The password
must match that of the remote station.
Reset user account
Resets the user account.
OK
The entries are saved.
NOTICE!
To configure a modem connection, an RAS-capable modem must be connected and an RAS
service installed. If no RAS-capable modem is connected or no RAS service is installed, a notes
icon and a button with additional information appears.
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Configuring Alarm Transmission
Alarm transmission menu
In this dialog box you can specify jobs for alarm transmissions. Jobs are activities that are
started by inputs and cameras with motion detection.
In the event of an alarm, a connection is established from the station generating the alarm to
the configured remote station.
In the remote station live image, the
tab blinks red. The remote station generating
the alarm is displayed by clicking the tab. Clicking the remote station shows the cameras that
have been triggered.
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Job
Add
Adds a new job. The name of the new job is sequentially
numbered and can be renamed.
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Rename
The name of the job can be changed. To do so, select the job.
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Trigger
In the list field, select the inputs or cameras with motion
detection whose triggering starts the job.
The following are displayed as triggers:
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All types of inputs
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Cameras with activated motion detection or activated
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JPEG IP cameras and MPEG4 IP cameras with motion
tamper detection
detection
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The triggers for cameras with motion detection are only
displayed after the camera has been configured (see
Section 6.2.3 Specifying Monitoring Zone for Motion
Cameras,Section 6.2.8 Configuring JPEG IP Cameras and
Section 6.2.9 Configuring MPEG4 IP Cameras
And
All selected inputs and cameras with motion detection must
trigger in order to start the job.
Or
Only one input or one camera with motion detection must
trigger in order to start the job.
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Day I Night I Weekend
Select the time profile. The job is assigned to this time
...
profile.
Note:
Only the time profiles configured under Time periods are
displayed.
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Authorization level
Select the authorization level.
Note:
The name of the authorization level and its connection
password must match in the local station and in the remote
station to which the alarm is transmitted. However, the
individual enabling of authorization levels, for example
enabled cameras, relays etc., may be different. Enabling of
the authorization level in the remote station takes place when
dialing into that remote station.
Authorization for alarm transmission must be activated in the
Authorization levels menu.
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Cameras
Select the cameras whose images you want to transmit to the
remote station.
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Remote stations
The list field contains all remote stations known in the
system.
Select the remote station and, if necessary, one or more
replacement remote stations to which the alarm is to be
transmitted and click
. The remote station is added to the
Alarm recipient list field.
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The list field contains the remote stations to which an alarm
transmission is to be made.
Note:
The remote stations to be called are worked through by the
system from top to bottom. This means that the remote
station to be dialed first must be at the top of the list. The
alternative remote stations to be dialed when no connection
can be established to the first remote station are listed
underneath. The sequence is specified with the
and
buttons.
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The connection can
Activate this check box when only the user of the receiving
only be terminated by
system is allowed to end the connection.
the user of the
Otherwise, the connection will last as long as the event does.
receiving system.
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Copy settings to other
Copies the selected job with all the settings it contains to
time periods...
other time periods.
Select a job and click the button. A dialog box opens where
you can select the time periods.
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Save
The entries are saved.
NOTICE!
Multiple remote stations can be called up for one event. To do so, multiple jobs must be
created.
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Configuring the Export Video Scheduler
Export video scheduler menu
In this dialog box you can specify jobs for the export video scheduler.
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Job
Add
Adds a new job. The name of the new job is sequentially
numbered and can be renamed.
Copy
An existing job is copied. To do so, select the job.
Remove
Removes a job. To do so, select the job.
Rename
The name of the job can be changed. To do so, select the job.
Export video
A maximum of 160 GB per day can be exported via a 1-gigabit
The name must not contain any special characters.
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network. This corresponds to the maximum recording
capacity of 30 analog cameras.
The following requirements must be adhered to during the
export process:
Number of days to be
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In live mode, no more than 16 cameras are displayed.
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No search available in the database.
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No playback of recorded images.
Enter the number of past days to be exported.
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Activate this check box if the current day is to be exported.
Note:
Images from the current day are only exported up to the point
in time at which the job is executed. Images from the current
day that have not yet been saved are not exported.
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Day and time
Monday......Sunday
Select the days on which export video should be carried out.
Time:
Enter the time for export video.
Hard disk
Select the target drive.
Browse
Opens a dialog box for selecting the target drive.
New network drive
Adds a new network drive.
Disconnect network
Removes a network drive.
drive
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Save
The entries are saved.
Examples of an export video scheduler
The examples show the export video time period of the images.
Example 1:
Number of days to be exported: 3
Export current day
Sunday
Time: 11:00:00 (= start of export video)
Corresponding export video time period:
Thursday
00:00:00
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
11:00:00 start of export video procedure
Duration of the export video
Export video time period of the
End of the export video
images
procedure and end of the
exported data
Example 2:
Number of days to be exported: 3
Export current day
Sunday
Time: 11:00:00 (= start of export video)
Corresponding export video time period:
Thursday
00:00:00
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
11:00:00 start of the export video procedure
Duration of the export video
End of the export video procedure
Export video time period of the images
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Creating Authorization Levels
Authorization levels menu
You can create different groups of authorizations in this menu if you have administrator rights.
In these "authorization levels", you specify what the user can do in the system. The
Administrator authorization level possesses all rights and is configured ex-factory. An
Extended user may create a Normal user.
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New
Creates a new authorization level.
Click New and enter the name into the input field.
Note:
A user with the authorization level Extended may only create
users who have the same or lower authorization than a user
with the authorization level Normal.
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Delete
Deletes an existing authorization level.
Select an authorization level in the list field and click Delete.
The authorization level is deleted.
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Connection password
A dialog box opens after the button is clicked. The
connection password is entered into this dialog box.
Note:
To establish a connection, the connection password must
match that of the remote station.
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Select user group
A dialog box opens after the button is clicked. An LDAP
server user group must be selected.
After this selection is confirmed, the user group (in the LDAP
server) is assigned to the authorization level in DiBos.
See also Section Selecting LDAP server user group.
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Activate the check boxes of elements (cameras, relays) that
should be available to users with this authorization level. For
dome cameras and pan/tilt cameras, a second column with
check boxes is displayed.
The check boxes in front of the elements mean:
In live mode, only those cameras and relays are shown to the
user that have the check box activated.
In live mode, the user can only control those dome cameras
and pan/tilt cameras with activated check boxes.
Note:
Only video hardware that is already configured is offered by
the video system. If new components are created, access to
these by all access-authorized users must be configured
afterwards.
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Select the access rights for the authorization level by
activating the check box.
Here, the activated check boxes in front of the elements
mean:
In playback mode, only those cameras are shown to the user
that have the check box activated.
The saved images with additional data (e.g. date, time, ATM
data) can be searched for, viewed, assessed, copied and
printed out.
The saved images from the corresponding camera can be
deleted.
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Configuration
Specifies which function in the DiBos configuration can be
carried out by users with this authorization level. Activate the
check box next to the function in question.
Export video
Allows users with this authorization level to export video
images.
Note:
For the three pre-defined authorization levels, the
exportation of video images cannot be deactivated.
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DiBos application
Specifies which function in DiBos operation can be carried
out by users with this authorization level. Activate the check
box next to the function in question.
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Selecting LDAP server user group
Authorization levels menu > Select user group... button
In networked DiBos systems, the use of LDAP (LDAP = Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
allows central information, such as user groups, passwords etc., to be called up from a server
to be used in the DiBos system.
The advantage of this is as follows:
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Users available in the DiBos network only need to be configured once on the LDAP
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A user's authorization level can easily be changed by modifying the group association of
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It is only on the LDAP server that new users are added and previous users deleted.
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Local users are also available. They can continue to be created on each system.
server, rather than on every DiBos.
the user. Group association is only changed on the LDAP server.
Before you can make the settings below, the individual groups and their members have to be
put on the LDAP server. These groups will then be assigned to the authorization levels in
DiBos. The configuration of the LDAP server is normally undertaken by the IT administrator,
not the DiBos administrator.
You will require the assistance of your IT administrator to make the following entries.
NOTICE!
All paths should be specified as accurately as possible. This makes it quicker to search the
LDAP server. The length of the search depends on the size of the database and can take
several minutes.
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LDAP server:
Name or IP address of the LDAP server.
2
Port
Port number of LDAP server (Default: unencrypted = 389;
encrypted = 636)
3
Activate encryption
For encrypted data transmission.
4
LDAP basis for users:
Unique name (DN = distinguished name) of LDAP path in
which the search for the user should be performed.
Example:
Ask your IT administrator for the unique name (DN) of the
LDAP basis.
For example, you receive the following DN:
CN=Users,DC=Security,DC=MyCompany,DC=com
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Filter for users:
Filter for searching for unique user name.
Example:
Ask your IT administrator for the filter to find a user with the
user ID xy in the LDAP server.
For example, for user xy, you receive the following filter:
(|(sAMAccountName=xy)(userPrincipleName=xy)
Replace xy with %username% and enter the filter.
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LDAP basis for groups: Unique name of LDAP path in which the search for groups
should take place.
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Filter for group
Filter used to search for group members of a group.
members:
Example:
Ask your IT administrator for the filter to find user xy with his
DN (e.g.
CN=xy,CN=Users,DC=Security,DC=MyCompany,DC=com) in
the LDAP server.
For example, you receive the following path:
(&(objectclass=group)(member=DN)
Replace DN with %usernameDN% and enter the path.
Proxy user
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User name (DN):
Unique name of proxy user.
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Password:
Proxy user password.
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Testing
Tests whether the proxy user has access to the LDAP server.
Test user
authentication and
group association
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User name:
User login ID, e.g. userB. The DN should not be entered here.
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Password:
User password.
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Testing
Tests whether the user ID and password are correct.
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Group (DN):
Unique group name. Used to check with which group the user
is associated.
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Tests the group association of the user.
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Selection of user
group
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Filter for groups:
Filter for finding user groups.
Ask your IT administrator for the filter to find the user group
in the LDAP server.
For example, you receive the following filter:
(|(objectclass=group)(objectclass=groupofuniquenames))
Enter the filter.
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Search user groups
After you have clicked it, all the user groups in the LDAP
server that have the user as a member are searched.
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existing user group:
The user groups are displayed in the list field. Select the user
group you require.
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OK
The user group will be saved in the Authorization levels
dialog box.
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Configuring Users
User menu
To protect access to system components and data, operations can only be carried out by
users who are logged on. Every user is assigned an authorization level for work that he has to
carry out (see also Section 6.10 Creating Authorization Levels).
NOTICE!
The user with the "Administrator" authorization level must be protected with a password.
Ensure that this password is only known to those persons who are responsible for this video
system.
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New
Creates a new user.
Click New and enter a user name in the Name input field.
2
Delete
Deletes an existing user name.
In the overview in the lower part of the dialog box, select the
user name that you want to delete and click Delete.
3
Name:
Name of the user. You can either enter a new user name here
or change an existing one.
4
Password
Click the button and enter a password for the user. Confirm
your entries.
5
Authorization level:
Click the down arrow in the list field and select an
authorization level for the user.
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Dual authorization
Activate this function when the user may only log on to the
system together with another user.
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An unlimited number of users can be created.
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The user password only applies to the log-on procedure of a local user.
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The administrator authorization can only be issued by administrators.
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Configuring Error Forwarding
Error forwarding menu
In case of malfunction, for example, external locations can be informed via network (= net
send), SMS, e-mail or batch file. Error forwarding also applies to the malfunction relay.
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Informing
Add
Specify the locations to be informed here.
Opens a dialog box. You can add a new recipient who will be
informed in case of malfunction.
Note: The computer name must not contain any special
characters. The recipient's messenger service must be
started up.
Edit
Opens a dialog box. Data on existing recipients can be
edited.
Select the recipient in the overview and click the button.
Remove
An existing recipient can be removed from the list of those to
be informed.
Select the recipient in the right-hand part of the dialog box in
the overview and click the button.
Testing
Test the connection to the recipient.
Select the recipient in the right-hand part of the dialog box in
the overview and click the button.
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Settings
Make the settings here for the e-mail server and the SMS
service.
E-mail server
The e-mail server setup opens after the button is clicked.
During setup, enter data on the transmitter name, e-mail
address, user name etc.
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SMS service
The SMS service configuration opens after the button is
clicked. In the SMS configuration, enter data on the dialing
parameters and modems, transmit options etc.
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Save
The entries are saved.
The following events lead to error forwarding:
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The camera does not deliver a video signal
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The logbook cannot be created or written
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The images could not be recorded by the database server
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Database server could not be started
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Hard disk failure: Drive X deactivated, all drive X deactivated
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The hard disk is full (protected data)
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Internal database error
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Device could not be started
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Grabber card not working
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Export video scheduler error
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Reference image check failed
Adding a recipient/editing recipient data
Error forwarding menu > Add button or Edit button
Here you enter the recipient who is to be informed if problems arise.
Notification via the Network:
Transmission type
Click the down arrow and select the transmission type Network (=
net send).
Computer name/IP
Enter the computer name or IP address of the recipient.
address
Note:
The computer name must not contain any special characters. The
recipient's messenger service must be started up.
OK
The entries are saved.
Notification via E-Mail:
Transmission type
Click the down arrow and select the transmission type E-mail.
E-mail address
Enter the e-mail address of the recipient.
OK
The entries are saved.
Notification via SMS:
Transmission type
Click the down arrow and select the transmission type SMS.
Telephone number
Enter the telephone number of the recipient.
OK
The entries are saved.
Notification via Batch File:
Transmission type
Click the down arrow and select the transmission type Batch file.
Batch file
Enter the file name or click the adjacent button and select the file.
OK
The entries are saved.
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Configuring Options
Options menu
In this dialog box you can edit optional settings, for example automatic disconnection, instant
playback and audible signals.
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Deactivate all views
Deactivates all buttons in DiBos Explorer that display more
with more than 9
than 9 image windows.
images
Deactivate all views
Deactivates all buttons in DiBos Explorer that display more
with more than 4
than 4 image windows.
images
2
Deactivate full image
Deactivates the full image button in DiBos Explorer. This
button
setting is useful if there is a touch screen, as depending on
the model it may not be possible to return to full image
mode.
3
Window of the DiBos
Here you can select whether the user interface can be shrunk
application can be
or not. Changes are first saved after a reboot of DiBos.
minimized.
4
Hide virtual detectors
No longer displays virtual detectors in the user interface.
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Rewind time for
Enter the time here. A time between 2 seconds and
instant playback
300 seconds can be selected.
In Instant Playback, the images that have been saved in the
selected camera are played back with a time delay to the live
images. This means you will see the live image of the camera
and the image of this camera from about 30 seconds ago.
Playback is in real time.
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Live image quality
Specifies the quality of the live image.
Standard
Resets the live image quality to the default settings.
Note:
Live image default settings
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CIF resolution
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Quality level 4
User-defined:
A live image quality can be selected.
Quality levels
Opens a dialog box in which recording qualities can be
displayed and edited or new recording qualities added.
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Automatic
This function is used to disconnect the local live image and all
disconnection
ISDN and network connections (previously independently
connected by the video system) automatically after a specific
period of time.
Time until display of
Enter the time after which a warning dialog is to be
warning dialog
displayed.
Note:
The warning dialog allows you to either maintain the
connection or break it immediately.
Time until
Enter the time after which disconnection is to take place if
disconnection if
the warning dialog remains unanswered (a value of 0 means
warning dialog
that no disconnection will take place).
remains unanswered
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Alarm procedure
Specifies how incoming alarms are displayed in live or
playback mode.
Display alarm cameras
When incoming alarms are received in live mode, the cameras
automatically in live
or remote stations in alarm status are listed in the device list.
mode
The images are displayed automatically.
additionally in
When in playback mode, if there is an alarm input, the system
playback mode
switches to live mode. Cameras or remote stations in alarm
status are listed in the device list. The images are displayed
automatically.
Acoustic signal on
Here you can assign an audio signal (wav file) to incoming
incoming video alarm:
video alarms. Enter the path and the file name or click
Browse.
Search
Click Browse and, in the window that opens, select the wav
file you want to assign to the incoming video alarms. Click
Open to save the file.
Playback
If you want to listen to the audio signal, click Playback.
Stop
Ends playback of the audio signal.
Automatic alarm
Automatically displays all incoming alarms on the DiBos
recording
receiver.
Note:
The automatic alarm recording is displayed on the user
interface.
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Settings
Click Settings and configure more precise details on
automatic alarm recording.
See also Section 6.13.3 Configuring Automatic Alarm Recording
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SNMP
DiBos sends camera, relay, input and database status
messages to an SNMP recipient via SNMP (Simple Network
Management Protocol).
See also Section 6.13.1 MIB List for SNMP and
Section 6.13.2 Notification via SNMP
Note:
The option to send messages via relay, inputs and databases
can be activated and deactivated. Camera messages cannot
be deactivated.
Recipient 1:
IP address or computer name of the 1st recipient.
Recipient 2:
IP address or computer name of the 2nd recipient.
SNMP GET Port:
Number of the port via which input, relay and camera
statuses can be called up.
Status message:
Displays the statuses that trigger an SNMP message. Select
the corresponding check box to activate.
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The entries are saved.
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MIB List for SNMP
The MIB list (MIB = Management Information Base) shows the hierarchical structure of the
object identifiers (OID) that are used to clearly identify individual objects.
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Notification via SNMP
The following events lead to notification:
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The camera does not deliver a video signal
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The logbook cannot be created or written
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Database server could not be started
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Hard disk failure: Drive X deactivated, drive X not deactivated
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The hard disk is full (protected data)
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Internal database error
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Live image and reference image differ
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Scene is noisy
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Scene too dark
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Scene too bright
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Relay activated
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Relay not activated
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Internal malfunction or malfunction of external hard disks (e.g. malfunction relay has
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Inputs activated (all DiBos inputs)
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Inputs deactivated (all inputs)
triggered, hard disk is full)
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Options menu > Settings button
In this dialog box you can configure automatic alarm recording of a remote station alarm.
1
Target directory:
Click
and select the directory where the data
will be saved.
2
Start recording automatically
Activate the check box to automatically save the data
for alarm input.
3
Monitor data size in target
Activate the check box to monitor the size of the
directory
saved data.
4
Warning for more than [MB]
Enter the value for the data size in the target
directory. A warning is displayed if the value is
exceeded.
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6
Monitor available memory on
Activate the check box to monitor available memory
target drive
on the target drive.
Error message for less than
Enter the value for the available memory that the
[MB]
actual value must fall below for an error message to
be displayed.
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Delete old video
Activate this check box when you want to delete data.
8
Older than [days]:
Enter the number of days after which data should be
deleted.
Example: 3 means that all data older than 3 days is
automatically deleted.
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Configuring Browser Access and Network Settings
Security and network menu
In this dialog box you can specify security settings, such as browser access and network
connection encryption.
1
All authorization levels
Activate this check box if all users are to receive authorization
may exit the video
to exit the video system.
system
Note: In the default setting, only the administrator can exit
the video system.
2
Browser access
For browser access via the network.
Access without log-on
Activate this check box when access to the system via a
permitted
browser (without logging on) is to be permitted.
Note:
This function is only available for self-generated http log-ons,
not for standard log-ons.
User account used:
Select the user in the list field whose authorization is to be
used for the access.
3
Network settings
Network adapter:
Click the down arrow and select the network adapter.
Control Panel
Under Windows XP, opens Network Connections in the
Control Panel.
Note:
Here you can configure your own IP address or make firewall
settings, for example.
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Transmission rate
Limit transmission rate Activate this check box if you want to limit the transmission
rate.
Transmission rate:
Select the transmission rate for DiBos-DiBos connections and
browser.
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Reception rate:
Select the reception rate.
UDP tunneling (for
Allows a network connection between DiBos computers via a
firewall environments)
single port.
Activate UDP tunneling Activate this check box when you want to permit a network
connection between DiBos computers via a fixed port.
Port number:
Enter a port number that is not already used in the network.
The port number must be the same for the DiBos recorder
and the DiBos receiver.
Note:
This port must be enabled in the network. The video system's
Windows firewall must be deactivated.
Activate transmission
Activate this check box if data transmission is to be
encryption
encrypted.
Secret record:
Enter a secret record of at least 10 digits. The secret record
must be the same on both computers.
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Save
The entries are saved.
The DiBos recorder already contains the preinstalled Web application for access via the
browser. The Web application is activated by default. If access via http is to be prevented, the
World Wide Web Publishing Service must be deactivated.
Activating/deactivating the web application:
Administrator rights are necessary for the following steps.
1.
Log on to the operating system as Administrator.
2.
Select Start > Control Panel.
3.
Double-click the Administrative Tools icon.
4.
Double-click the Internet Information Services icon.
5.
Open the tree structure under Internet Information Services until you see the entry
Default Web Site.
6.
Select the entry Default Web Site.
7.
Start or stop the service. To do so, click the corresponding buttons.
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Administration and dongle menu
In this dialog box you have the following options:
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Load and save the configuration data
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Load the holiday file
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Start the Configuration wizard
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Set the language
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Activate the license packages
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Load and delete the HW dongle extension file
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Overview of enabled features
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HW dongle serial and order number
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Enable status of the HW dongle and the HW dongle extension file
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Configuration data
Load
A new configuration can be loaded. The new configuration
overwrites the previous one.
Save
The configuration can be saved on a network drive or a data
carrier.
Note:
For security reasons, it is advisable to always save the
configuration on an external data carrier.
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Holiday file
Here you have the possibility of modifying the holidays for the
time program according to the country. The modification
must be made in the Holidays.xml file.
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Load
Click the button and answer the warning note with OK if the
previous file is to be overwritten or with Cancel if you want to
modify the file.
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Configuration wizard
Start
Click the button to start the Configuration wizard.
Caution:
The default configuration is overwritten with the last settings
saved in the Configuration wizard. Overwriting settings may
lead to the loss of previously configured settings (e.g.
recording settings, IP cameras). We recommend only using
the Configuration wizard for a newly installed system.
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Language
Click the arrow and select the language for the operating
system and the DiBos software.
Note:
If the language is changed, the system must be rebooted.
Region
Click the arrow and make your selection.
Keyboard layout
Click the arrow and select the layout of the keyboard
connected.
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Licensing
The software is activated using a license activation key.
Devices that have been supplied with a HW dongle also
require the activation of the HW dongle.
Note:
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Factory-supplied DiBos recorders are already activated.
The license activation key is affixed to the front flap for
19-inch devices. The license activation key for DiBos
micro can be found on the left-hand side of the unit.
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DiBos receivers, DiBos IP recorders and DiBos
expansions are supplied with an authorization letter,
which includes an authorization number. After the
software is installed, they must be activated with a
license activation key. See Section 6.15.1 Activating a
License to find out how you obtain these license
activation keys.
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For devices with an existing dongle, the dongle is further
required. This also applies for the dongle extension file.
However, additionally ordered features must still be
activated with a license activation key.
License packages for
The license packages that can be activated using a license
activation
activation key are displayed.
License
Click the arrow and select a license package you would like to
activate.
Activate
Click the button to activate the selected license package. A
dialog box will open for you to enter the license activation
key.
Activated packages
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Dongle
This field is only activated for devices that are enabled using
a dongle. In this field, the serial and order number of the HW
dongle and any existing dongle extension file is displayed.
HW dongle extension
The hardware dongle extension file contains features
file
purchased retrospectively. The file must be loaded to activate
these features. The hardware dongle extension file refers to a
specific dongle.
Load new file...
Click the button to load a dongle extension file. The existing
file will be overwritten.
Note:
Keep a copy of the dongle extension file so that you can reload it, should this be necessary following a recovery process
(with recovery DVD).
Delete
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Enabled features
Click the button to delete the existing dongle extension file.
This field displays the features that are activated with a
dongle, dongle extension file or a license activation key.
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The entries are saved.
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Activating a License
Administration and dongle menu> Select License > Activate... button
You can enter the license activation key in this dialog field in order to activate the license
package.
There are two different application scenarios for activation:
You already have a license activation key and have to re-install a license package:
1.
Enter the license activation key in the License activation key field. The license activation
key is affixed to the front flap for 19-inch devices. The license activation key for DiBos
micro can be found on the left-hand side of the unit.
2.
Click Activate. The license package is activated.
You have an authorization number and need a license activation key:
1.
Make a note of the computer signature or copy and paste it into a text file.
2.
On a computer with Internet access, enter the following URL in the browser:
https://activation.boschsecurity.com
You are now in Bosch License Manager.
Follow the instructions to call up a license activation key. Make a note of the license
activation key or copy and paste it into a text file. There is a field for the license activation
key in the authorization letter, under the sticker with the authorization number. This also
applies to the computer signature of the affected computer. Enter the license activation
key and the computer signature in the authorization letter.
3.
In the Activate license dialog field in the DiBos configuration, enter the license activation
key called up from Bosch License Manager and then click Activate. The license package
is activated.
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A remote station can be configured remotely via the DiBos application if this remote station is
located in the device list of the local DiBos.
In contrast to the standard configuration, with remote configuration the following limitations
apply:
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It is not possible to configure analog cameras and audio inputs.
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It is not possible to configure the menus Drives, Security and network and
Administration and dongle.
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The option of creating network drives via the Export video scheduler menu is not
available. A target path can be selected.
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The option of configuring the alarm procedure via Options is not available.
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It is not possible to display a live image in the configuration page of a BVIP device.
CAUTION!
Ensure that a DiBos device is not configured remotely if the local configuration is already open
at the time. This procedure may lead to loss of data.
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XP Administration
8.1
Logging On as a Windows® XP User
Proceed as follows to log on to Windows® XP as a video system user:
1.
In Windows® XP, select Start -> Log off. The Windows log-off dialog appears.
2.
The system automatically logs itself on as a DiBos standard user and starts the DiBos
software.
NOTICE!
An automatic start, e.g. after a power failure, can only be carried out on DiBos recorder as a
DiBos standard user.
8.2
Logging On as a Windows® XP Administrator
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
Proceed as follows to log on as a Windows® XP Administrator or to change from the video
system to the Windows® XP Administrator level.
1.
Exit the video system. This is done by selecting System -> Exit from the menu bar.
2.
In Windows® XP, select Start -> Log off. The Windows log-off dialog appears.
3.
Press the left shift key and click the Log off button. Hold the left shift key down until the
Windows log-on screen appears.
4.
Log on with the user name Administrator.
The default password on delivery is 1357. Change the password for security reasons
once installation is complete.
NOTICE!
The default password on delivery is 1357. Change the password for security reasons once
installation is complete (see Section 8.3 Changing the Administrator Password).
8.3
Changing the Administrator Password
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
Proceed as follows to change the password:
1.
Log on as a Windows® XP Administrator (see Section 8.2 Logging On as a Windows® XP
Administrator).
2.
Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE. The Windows Security dialog box appears.
3.
Click Change Password. The Change Password dialog box appears.
4.
In the corresponding fields, enter the old and new password and the new password again
to confirm.
5.
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To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
The following example explains how the connection is set up:
DiBos recorder network connection to DiBos receiver via DSL
1
DiBos recorder
4
DiBos receiver
Computer name:
DiBos1
Computer name:
Receiver1
DiBos recorder IP
192.168.1.10
DiBos receiver IP
192.168.0.2
address:
address:
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
2
UDP port:
1750
3
DSL router
Gateway:
192.168.1.1
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0
5
UDP port:
1750
6
DSL router
Gateway:
192.168.0.254
(Intranet address of
(Intranet address of
router in the LAN)
router in the LAN)
Public address
193.251.9.31
Public address
193.252.10.5
(Internet address) of
(Internet address) of
router:
router:
For the DiBos Recorder
In the configuration of the DiBos recorder:
1.
Select the Remote stations menu.
2.
Click New and enter the name of the remote station (DiBos receiver).
3.
Enter the public address (Internet address) of the remote station router (DiBos receiver),
e.g. 193.252.10.5.
4.
Select Low bandwidth (live mode) as necessary.
5.
Click OK.
6.
Select the Security and network menu in the configuration.
7.
Select Activate UDP tunneling.
8.
Enter a free number under Port number (e.g. 1750).
Note:
Check that the port is unused using the netstat -a command.
9.
Click OK.
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Mapping IP addresses and computer names:
1.
2.
Open the Notepad program.
Enter the public address (Internet address) of the remote station router and the
computer name of the remote station (DiBos receiver). The address and the computer
name must be separated by at least one space or tab character.
3.
Save the file under the file name Imhosts in the directory
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\.
4.
Remove the file extension .txt in Windows Explorer. The file must not have an
extension.
5.
Reboot the computer.
In the router configuration:
1.
Use the standard configuration of the network provider.
2.
Activate the router's firewall.
3.
Activate port forwarding and forward the UDP port configured in DiBos (e.g. 1750) to the
DiBos recorder IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.10). To do this, use the manufacturer's router
documentation.
NOTICE!
The DSL router and DiBos recorder must be located in the same network.
For the DiBos Receiver
In the configuration of the DiBos receiver:
1.
Select the Remote stations menu.
2.
Click New and enter the name of the remote station (DiBos recorder).
3.
Enter the public address (Internet address) of the remote station router (DiBos
recorder), e.g. 193.251.9.31.
4.
Select Low bandwidth (live mode) as necessary.
5.
Click OK.
6.
Select the Security and network menu in the configuration.
7.
Select Activate UDP tunneling.
8.
Enter the port number that you have already used in the DiBos recorder (e.g. 1750) under
Port number.
Note:
Check that the port is unused using the netstat -a command.
9.
Click OK.
Mapping IP addresses and computer names:
1.
Open the Notepad program.
2.
Enter the public address (Internet address) of the remote station router and the
computer name of the remote station (DiBos recorder). The address and the computer
name must be separated by at least one space or tab character.
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Save the file under the file name lmhosts in the directory
C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\.
4.
Remove the file extension .txt in Windows Explorer. The file must not have an
extension.
5.
Reboot the computer.
In the router configuration:
1.
Use the standard configuration of the network provider.
2.
Activate the router's firewall.
3.
Activate port forwarding and forward the UDP port configured in DiBos (e.g. 1750) to the
DiBos recorder IP address (e.g. 192.168.0.2). To do this, use the manufacturer's router
documentation.
NOTICE!
The DSL router and DiBos receiver must be located in the same network.
With several DiBos recorders behind the DSL router
NOTICE!
If there are several DiBos recorders behind the DSL router, it is recommended that you use a
VPN (Virtual Private Network). You can obtain more detailed information regarding VPN
settings from Bosch Security Systems.
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Connecting the ISDN Controller
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
The ISDN connection is established via the supplied adapter cable (with Western plug) on the
computer's S0 interface.
NOTICE!
Only the card type Fritz! Card PCI V2.0 may be used.
1
7
3
4
8
6
5
2
1
Video system
5
Supplied adapter cable
2
ISDN controller (transmitter or
6
Western plug
receiver)
3
ISDN adapter card socket
7
Only necessary for TAE sockets (not
included in delivery)
4
Ferrite core
8
ISDN connection
To install the ISDN card, the computer must be next to the ISDN connection and the card
must be integrated in the computer.
For data to be transmitted, the connection must support the EURO ISDN (DSS1) protocol. S0
connections in PBXs may first have to be enabled in the PBX. The data service must also be
enabled in the incoming and outgoing direction. The video system is delivered for EURO ISDN
ex-works.
ISDN socket TAE 8 on the S0 interface of the video system (9-pin Sub-D socket)
Sub-D socket
TAE 8 plug
Function
2 - SR1-
- 4 (b1)
Transmit wire
3 - SR2+
- 3 (a1)
Transmit wire
4 - SX1-
- 6 (a2)
Receive wire
5 - SX2-
- 5 (b2)
Receive wire
1-
ISDN socket IAE (RJ 45) on the S0 interface of video system (9-pin Sub-D socket)
Sub-D socket
IAE 8 plug
Function
2 - SR1-
- 5 (b1)
Transmit wire
3 - SR2+
- 4 (a1)
Transmit wire
4 - SX1-
- 3 (a2)
Receive wire
5 - SX2-
- 6 (b2)
Receive wire
1-
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Connecting VSCom 200 H (Interface Expansion)
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
NOTICE!
Only the card type VSCom 200 H PCI may be used.
When retrofitting the interface expansion card, the following installation must be carried out.
1.
Switch off the computer and insert the interface expansion card in the appropriate
computer slot.
9.4
2.
Reboot the computer.
3.
Log on as Administrator.
4.
The system automatically recognizes the interface expansion card.
Connecting External Hard Disks
An SCSI controller must be installed in order to connect the external hard disk housing. The
type and number of hard disks that can be connected can be found in the price list.
External hard disks must be switched on before booting the PC.
NOTICE!
Only the following card type may be used as an SCSI controller: LSI Logic 320 MB Ultra Wide
68 PIN HD SYM 21320.
CAUTION!
Do not position the SCSI cable near to a power cable. This influences the transmission rate
and may cause the connection to be interrupted.
9.5
Connecting a Malfunction Relay
The malfunction relay is connected to a relay output. It must be activated in the configuration
(see Section 6.5.2 Configuring Relay Outputs).
The following events are signaled by the malfunction relay.
–
The camera does not deliver a video signal
–
The logbook cannot be created or written
–
The images could not be recorded by the database server
–
Database server could not be started
–
Hard disk failure: Drive X deactivated, drive X not deactivated
–
The hard disk is full (protected image data)
–
Internal database error
–
Device could not be started
–
Grabber card not working
–
Export video scheduler error
–
Reference image check failed
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Connecting an ATM (Serial)
A maximum of four customer-operated ATMs or three customer-operated ATMs and one
access control system can be connected to the video system via an interface processor.
The following ATM connection variants are possible:
Variant 1:
The customer-operated ATMs are not far from the video system. The video system and
interface processor, as well as the interface processor and the ATMs, can be connected
together in such a way that the distance between each of them is less than 15 m.
Possible solution:
Connection of each ATM is made directly at the interface processor and is ATM-specific. The
distance between the video system and the interface processor, as well as the distance
between the interface processor and the ATMs, is a maximum of 15 m.
Connection principle:
2
2
1
4
3
1
Video system
3
Interface processor
2
Max. 15 m
4
ATM1 - ATM4
Connection details:
5
1
E1 E2 E3 E4 PC
2
3
4
1
Video system
4
Interface processor
2
COM x
5
ATM1 - ATM4
3
Connection cable, 9-pin
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Variant 2:
The customer-operated ATMs are further away from the video system. The video system and
interface processor, as well as the interface processor and the ATMs, cannot be connected
together in such a way that the distance between each of them is less than 15 m. The ATMs
are, however, close enough together to allow them all to be connected to the interface
processor in such a way that the distance between the interface processor and each ATM is
less than 15 m.
Possible solution:
Connection of each ATM is made directly at the interface processor and is ATM-specific. To
increase the range, two OVS are required between the video system and the interface
processor.
Connection principle:
2
2
1
2
4
3
6
5
3
1
Video system
4
Max. 1000 m
2
Max. 15 m
5
Interface processor
3
OVS
6
ATM1 - ATM4
Connection details:
9
1
7
5
3
V24
(ST3)
1
5
9
6
2
4
OPTO
9
6
1
5
V24
(ST3)
E1 E2 E3 E4 PC
3
8
OPTO
6
4
1
Video system
6
Max. 1000 m
2
COM x
7
OVS 2
BR1 and BR2: Position 2/3
ST3: Pin 2 = receive line, Pin 3 =
transmit line
3
4
9-pin
8
Interface processor
Connection cable, 9-pin, part no.
9
To ATM1 - ATM4
4.998.079.686 (1:1 connection)
5
OVS 1
BR1 and BR2: Position 1/2
ST3: Pin 2 = transmit line, Pin 3 =
receive line
NOTICE!
By re-plugging the bridges BR1 and BR2 in the OVS, it is possible to swap over the transmit
and receive lines.
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Variant 3:
The customer-operated ATMs are further away from the video system. The video system and
interface processor, as well as the interface processor and the ATMs, cannot be connected
together in such a way that the distance between each of them is less than 15 m. The
individual ATMs are not close enough together to allow them all to be connected to the
interface processor in such a way that the distance between the interface processor and each
ATM is less than 15 m.
Possible solution:
The interface processor is connected directly to the video system. To increase the range, two
OVS are required between the interface processor and the ATM.
Connection principle:
2
2
1
5
4
4
2
6
3
2
5
4
4
1
Video system
4
OVS
2
Max. 15 m
5
Max. 1000 m
3
Interface processor
6
ATM1 - ATM4
2
Connection details:
4
3
7
6
E1 E2 E3 E4 PC
V24
(ST3)
9
1
5
9
6
V24
(ST3)
9
6
1
5
OPTO
11
OPTO
8
1
1
10
5
2
Interface processor
6
7
OVS 1
BR1: Position 1/2
BR2: Position 1/2
ST3: Pin 2 = transmit line, Pin 3 =
receive line
2
Connection cable to video system
8
Range max. 1000 m
(COM x)
3
As ATM1
9
OVS 2 (bridge setting depending on
ATM)
4
To ATM2 - ATM4
10
ATM-specific cable connection or
adapter
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Connection cable, 9-pin, part no.
11
133
ATM1
4.998.079.686 (1:1 connection)
6
9-pin
NOTICE!
By re-plugging the bridges BR1 and BR2 in the OVS, it is possible to swap over the transmit
and receive lines.
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Connecting the MINITER RS 485 Foyer Card Reader
The MINITER RS 485 foyer card reader is connected via a serial interface. A maximum of four
foyer card readers can be connected in series.
It is possible to operate the LS23M and the MINITER RS 485 foyer card readers on the same
serial bus. Note that the LS23M foyer card reader should preferably be installed as the last
bus element.
1
4
2
4
5
10
22
11
23
19
21
13
25
14
5
3
6
7
4
5
8
1
Video system
5
RS232
2
COM x
6
Foyer card reader 1 (MINITER RS
485) (4.998.098.769 /
4.998.098.767)
3
Connection cable, 9-pin - 25-pin
7
Per wire 2 x 0.6 mm
4
Interface converter W&T 86000
8
Foyer card reader 4 (LS23M), J2
(4.998.053.926)
connected
NOTICE!
–
The distance between the interface converter and the last foyer card reader can be a
maximum of 1000 m (installation cable J-Y(St) Y 2 x 2 x 0.6 mm).
–
The foyer card reader must be correctly grounded!
–
Shielding may only be applied on one side.
–
The connection between the foyer card readers may only be made via the connector strip
of the reader.
–
If the last foyer card reader on the RS 485 bus is a MINITER, the RS 485 bus must always
be terminated with a 250 Ohm termination resistor (resistor is included in delivery).
–
For flush mounting: At the rear of the housing, the angle bracket that the credit card hits
must be cut off. Only then is the credit card data read correctly.
For further information on how the interface converter works, see the description W&T
Interface Model 86000.
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MINITER RS 485 contact assignment
1
2
4
6
3
5
1
Tamper switch
2
0 V DC input, GND (PIN 1)
3
Door opener output ground (PIN 2)
4
Standby contact/working contact door opener
output (PIN 3)
7
8
5
Signal RS 485- (PIN 4)
6
Signal RS 485+ (PIN 5)
7
+ 12 V DC input (PIN 6)
8
Fuse
Configuring MINITER RS 485 foyer card readers
Configuration is carried out with the MINITER RS 485 software. This can be installed on a
service laptop or on the video system. Proceed as follows to configure the card readers:
1.
2.
Start the configuration software and select RS485 operation.
Select the COM port to which the foyer card readers are connected via the Interface
menu item. Even if several MINITER RS 485 foyer card readers are to be programmed for
the first time, only one foyer card reader should be connected during programming. This
is because the foyer card reader will assign all the card readers with the same bus
address by default.
3.
Select the MINITER > Miniter auslesen/identifizieren (Read/Identify Miniter) menu and
click Identifikation aller Adressen (Identification of all addresses). Adresse: 48
(Address: 48) and Protokoll: Bosch (Protocol: Bosch) is displayed.
4.
Select foyer card reader number 48 and confirm your selection with OK.
5.
Click Miniter auslesen (Read Miniter) and enter Passwort: 991357 (Password: 991357).
6.
The foyer card reader addresses must be assigned as follows.
Confirm with OK.
Foyer card reader no. 1 = address 48
Foyer card reader no. 2 = address 49
Foyer card reader no. 3 = address 50
Foyer card reader no. 4 = address 51
The other parameters must be set as follows for operation:
–
Door opening time: optional
–
Door opener with buzzer: optional
–
Door opener interval tone: optional
–
Monitoring module: no
–
Password: 991357
–
Signal chip card: no
–
Send start character: no
–
Data on display: no
–
Evaluate track 2: yes
–
Evaluate track 3 or 1: yes
–
Open door on fault: no
–
Protocol: Bosch
–
Block list: optional
–
Data length track 2: 18 (for credit cards)
–
Data length track 3/1: 26 (for EC cards)
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7.
Set separate authorizations for credit cards (track 2) and for EC cards (track 3) to permit
access to the foyer if the connection between the video system and the Miniter is
interrupted (see Miniter RS 485 operating manual). Otherwise, the video system
manages access authorizations during operation.
8.
Save the file via File via FTP > Save as under the name DiBos_foyer_card_reader_x (x = 1
.. 4).
9.
Select File via FTP > Exit.
10. Select the MINITER > Miniter beschreiben (Write Miniter) menu and select and open
the DiBos_foyer_card_reader_x file. The new and current address of the foyer card reader
is displayed.
11. Confirm the address with OK.
12. Click Datei in Miniter schreiben (Write file in Miniter) and confirm this by entering the
old password.
System confirmation is given when programming has been completed successfully.
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Connecting the DCF 77 Radio Clock
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
The radio clock is connected via a serial interface.
NOTICE!
Only the NeoClock DCF 77 radio clock may be used.
1
Video system
2
COM x
3
Radio clock connecting
cable
4
DCF 77
When retrofitting, the following installation must be carried out. Use the supplied installation
CD.
1.
Connect the radio clock to the serial interface.
2.
Log on as Administrator.
3.
Select the interface.
–
Select Start > Control Panel > System.
–
Select the Hardware tab and click Device Manager.
–
In the tree structure, open the entry Ports with a double click and select the
interface, e.g. Communications Port (COM1) with a double click.
–
Select the Connection settings tab.
–
Enter the settings for the interface:
Baud rate:2400
Data bits:8
Parity:None
Stop bits:2
Protocol:None
Confirmwith OK.
4.
Radio clock installation
–
Insert the installation CD.
–
Call up Setup.exe in Windows® XP Explorer.
–
Select Install server and click Next.
–
Select the target directory for the program. Click Next, if you want to use the default
path or click Browse to select another one.
–
5.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Once installed, configure the Time Synchronization program.
–
Select Start > Control Panel > NeoClock Time Synchronization.
–
Make the following settings in the configuration menu:
Language: German
Port: COM x (interface used)
Synchronization: Select Automatic
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Time lag: Select 0 (hours) and Daylight saving time
License: Enter serial number and activation code (please note these entries are case
sensitive) and confirm with OK.
–
Click Save.
–
Click Yes in the information window to start the Time Synchronization service.
Note:
A timer appears in the Windows XP task bar (at the bottom edge of the screen). This
confirms that the Time Synchronization program has started. The color of the clock
depends on the receiver status.
Yellow: Program starting (takes up to three minutes!)
Red: No synchronization or installation error
Green: Synchronization of system clock with receiver is OK.
6.
Exit the NeoClock Time Server service as follows:
–
Select Start -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.
–
Double-click NeoClock Time Server and click Exit under Service Status (General
–
Deactivate the service by selecting Deactivated as the Start type.
–
Confirm with OK and close the Services dialog box and the Control Panel.
tab) to exit it.
7.
Reboot the PC.
8.
The NeoClock Time Server program must not be configured; instead, TARDIS should be
used. (Program used to synchronize video systems in a network; can be requested from
the video system manufacturer's video product service).
9.
To position the clock, use the NeoClock XP operating manual (available on the CD as a
PDF file).
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Connecting a Modem/ISDN Card (for Incoming Connections)
To be carried out by authorized personnel only!
Administrator rights are necessary for the following steps.
Modem selection:
–
Both internal PCI modems and modems connected via serial port (exception: DSL
–
The V.90 and V.34 protocols must be supported.
modems) or USB can be used if supported by Windows XP.
–
The country-specific approval regulations must be observed (particularly regarding
operation in a telephone network, radio interference suppression, electrical safety and
fire protection).
–
Compatible with the properties of the national telephone network.
–
The characteristics of company telephone systems must be taken into account (e.g. callconnected recognition disabling if necessary, tone/pulse dialing).
Modem installation
Install the modem according to the manufacturer's instructions provided. Many modem types
are recognized automatically under Windows® XP. However, take into account any special
features of the installation (example: If the modem does not recognize the call connected
signal of a telephone system, the option Wait for call connect before dialing must be
deactivated).
For modem: Reducing timeout values for outgoing connections
1.
From the Windows® XP desktop, select Start > Control Panel.
2.
From the Control Panel folder, select the Phone and Modem Options icon.
3.
In the Phone and Modem Options dialog box, click the Modems tab.
4.
Select the installed modem in the list field and click the Properties button.
5.
In the dialog box, click Properties of .. on the Extended tab and then click the Edit
standard settings... button.
6.
On the General page, under Cancel dialing procedure after .. seconds, change the value
from 60 to 15.
7.
Confirm the open dialog boxes with OK.
For Modem and ISDN: Enabling dial-in
(if incoming calls are to be accepted)
1.
From the Windows® XP desktop, select Start > Control Panel.
2.
From the Control Panel folder, select the Network Connections icon.
3.
In the Network Connections folder, under Network Tasks, click the Create new
connection icon.
4.
In the New Connection Wizard dialog box, click the Next button.
5.
On the Network Connection Type wizard page, select the option Set up an advanced
6.
On the Advanced Connection Options wizard page, select the Accept incoming
connection and click the Next button.
connections option and click Next.
7.
On the Devices for Incoming Connections wizard page, select the previously installed
modem or ISDN card under Connection Devices. Place a checkmark next to this entry
and click Next.
8.
On the Incoming VPN Connection wizard page, activate the Do not allow virtual private
connections option and click the Next button.
9.
On the User Authorizations wizard page, click Next.
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10. Make the settings for the network protocol as follows: On the Networking Software
wizard page, select the Internet protocol (TCP/IP) entry from the list box and make sure
that there is a checkmark next to this entry.
–
Click Properties and make sure that in the Incoming TCP/IP properties dialog box,
the following settings are made: Allow callers to access my local area network
must not be selected. Specify TCP/IP addresses must be selected and the address
range from 169.254.x.1 to 169.254.x.254 must be entered. Number x must be a
unique system number in the customer's RAS network and may be assigned from 2
to 254.
Example: A customer owns 10 DiBos systems and 1 alarm receiver system. In this
case, number x varies from 2 to 12. The same number must not be used for two
different systems.
The option Allow calling computer to specify its own IP address must be selected.
Confirm with OK.
–
Click the Next button on the wizard page.
11. On the Completing the Wizard wizard page, click Finish.
12. Make the necessary settings in the DiBos configuration.
Required configuration settings on the computer on which dialing in is to take place.
1.
Select the Remote stations menu.
2.
Activate the Accept incoming calls check box to allow dialing in via modem/ISDN.
Note:
When the check box is activated, you are requested to enter a password. Enter the
password to dial in to the computer.
3.
Confirm the entries with OK.
Required configuration settings on the computer from which dialing in is to take place.
1.
Select the Remote stations menu.
2.
Click New and enter a name.
3.
Activate the Modem/ISDN check box.
4.
Under Number, enter the telephone number.
5.
Leave the User field unchanged.
6.
Click Enter password.
7.
Enter the password for the computer on which dialing in is to take place.
8.
Confirm the entries with OK.
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Connecting to AutoDome/SAE Dome
9.10.1
Connecting to Bosch Dome Cameras (Directly)
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1
3
2
2
4
2
5
1
Video system
4
AutoDome
2
Biphase
5
LTC matrix switch
3
Code multiplexer LTC 8569 or LTC
8570
NOTICE!
An LTC 8569 or LTC 8570 is needed if a Bosch LTC matrix switch is connected to the video
system at the same time as an AutoDome.
9.10.2
Connecting to Bosch Dome Cameras via Matrix Switch
1
5
2
3
7
4
6
1
Video system
5
LTC 8x00
2
COM x
6
Biphase
3
Allegiant console cable LTC8506/00
7
AutoDome
4
Console port
NOTICE!
Valid CCL commands can be configured in DiBos. These pre-configured commands can then
be sent to the Allegiant matrix switch manually or automatically.
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Connecting to SAE Dome Cameras (Directly)
1
2
1
3
Video system
4
6
5
4
RS 232/RS 485 converter e.g. LNL-108
A
9.10.4
2
COM x
5
RS 485
3
RS 232
6
SAE Dome
Connecting to SAE Dome Cameras with V3032 Biphase Interface
1
3
2
2
4
5
6
2
7
1
Video system
5
RS 485
2
Biphase
6
SAE dome camera
3
Code multiplexer LTC 8569 or LTC
7
LTC matrix switch
8570
4
Protocol converter SAE (V3032)
NOTICE!
An LTC 8569 or LTC 8570 is needed if a Bosch LTC matrix switch is connected to the video
system at the same time as an SAE Dome.
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Connecting an AP
9.11.1
General
143
The video system is connected to an AP via an RS232 interface on COM x, for example using
an intermediate OVS interface converter.
1
4
5
2
ST3
OPTO
3
1
Video system
2
COM x
3
RS 232 interface
4
OVS interface converter
5
Bosch AP
When connecting the video system, no alarm-specific modifications are necessary on the
respective APs (the required interface module must be present). All settings are made via the
video system user interface.
The AP must have data transmission enabled and be fitted with an appropriate interface
module (see relevant connection).
Using the OVS assembly, any differing transmit and receive assignments on the devices for
V.24 connection can be balanced out. Bridges BR1 and BR2 must be re-plugged.
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OVS interface converter bridge assignment
BR4
3
2
1
1
1
OVS
2
12 V/24 V connection
Warning:
Disconnect the mains plug before opening the
OVS!
BR5
For 12 V/24 V supply
3
2
1
ST11
−
+
2
2
1
BR4: Position 1/2
BR6
BR5: Position 1/2
BR6: Position 1/2
For 230 V supply
BR4: Position 2/3
BR2 BR1
1
2
3
1
2
3
BR5: Position 2/3
BR6: Open
ST3
OPTO
V.24
Exchanging transmit and receive lines
–
Variant 1:
BR1, BR2: Position 1/2
ST3: Pin 2 = transmit line, Pin 3 = receive line
–
Variant 2:
BR1, BR2: Position 2/3
ST3: Pin 2 = receive line, Pin 3 = transmit line
OPTO pin assignment
V.24 (ST3) pin assignment
Direction
Connection
Direction
Connection
Input -
1
Transmit/Receive *
2
Input +
6
Receive/Transmit *
3
Output +
5
0V
5
Output -
9
* depending on BR1/BR2
NOTICE!
For cabling, telephone cables of type J-Y(St)Y 2x2x0.6 are recommended. The cable shielding
must be grounded at the alarm panel side to avoid earth currents.
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145
Connecting to NZ 500 (20 mA) Video System NZ 500
Connect shielding wire to NZ 500 only
SU 500:
Installation cable J-Y (St) Y 2x2x0.6
BR1 connected (1200 bit/
s)
9.11.3
1
Video system
4
Range max. 1000 m
2
COM x
5
NZ 500
3
OVS
6
SU 500
Connecting to BZ 500 (20 mA)
Connect shielding wire to NZ 500 only
COM 2 and COM 3 only with interface
Installation cable J-Y (St) Y 2x2x0.6
assembly ERSE 10
1
Video system
5
BZ 500 LSN
2
COM x
6
SM 20
3
OVS
7
ANNE 10
4
Range max. 1000 m
8
COM 1 to COM 3
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Connecting to AZ 1010/NZ 1008
V.24 connection to AZ 1010/NZ 1008
1
2
4
3
2
3
5
SDI
0V
5
SDO
B2
6
S 3A B1
S 3B
V1
1
2
3
Bridge assignment (V) on the SMA
Connection of the AZ 1010/NZ 1008 must be
Plug-in bridge V1 in pos. 2/3
programmed on the alarm panel side.
Level for V.24 interface
1
Video system
4
AZ 1010/NZ 1008 (connection must be
programmed on the alarm panel side)
2
COM x
5
3
Max. 25 m
6
SMA
SMA (plug-in bridge V1 in pos. 2/3,
level for V.24 interface)
20 mA connection to AZ 1010/NZ 1008
1
5
+12V
3
4
9
5
2
6
SDO
SDI+
6
SDO+
1
ST3
+UV
SDI
SDO
SDI
SDO
SDI
OPTO
Bridge assignment (V) on the SMA
Connect shielding wire to AZ 1010/NZ 1008
Plug-in bridge V1 in pos. 1/2
only.
Level for V.24 interface
Cable J-Y (St) Y 2x2x0.6
1
Video system
4
Range max. 1000 m
2
COM x
6
GOM
3
OVS
7
LNA
5
AZ 1010/NZ 1008
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Connecting to NZ 1012
V.24 connection to NZ 1012
4
1
SDI
0V
3
2
2
5
5
6
S3
S2
SDO
3
7
V4
V2
S0
1
Video system
5
EAN
2
COM x
6
SSM
3
Max. 25 m
7
ZSN SW issues: 18508.0 A8.1, 18508.1
4
NZ 1012
A8.1
Dip-Fix assignment (S) and bridges (V) on the SSM
Interface 1:
Interface 2:
S0
On:
1200 baud
S4
On:
1200 baud
S1
Off:
Video system
S5
Off:
Video system
S2
On:
Transmission priority
S6
On:
Device is connected
S7
On:
for NZ 1012
S3
On:
Device is connected
Transmission priority
for NZ 1012
V2, V4 Connected V.24 interface
V12, V14 Connected V.24 interface
:
:
NOTICE!
It is possible to connect to interface 2.
20 mA connection to NZ 1012
1
5
3
+U1
4
9
5
2
6
SDO
SDI+
6
SDO+
1
ST3
+UV
SDI
SDO
SDI
SDO
SDI
OPTO
1
Video system
5
NZ 1012 (insert SSM bridges at 20 mA)
2
COM x
6
GOM
3
OVS
7
EAN
4
Range max. 1000 m
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Connecting to NZ 1060
V.24 connection to NZ 1060
1
Video system
5
ZAN
2
COM x
6
SIE
3
Max. 25 m
7
ZVE (SW issues: 18033.0 A6.2, 18033.2
4
NZ 1060
A6.2, 18033.3 A6.2)
Ideally, interfaces 6 to 9 should be used; connection to interfaces 2 to 5 is also possible on a
project-specific basis.
Program the appropriate interface to AUX (1200 baud), insert bridges at SIE (V1, V3) for V.24
interface.
20 mA connection to NZ 1060
1
Video system
5
NZ 1060
2
COM x
6
GOM
3
OVS
7
ZAN
4
Range max. 1000 m
Ideally, interfaces 6 to 9 should be used; connection to interfaces 2 to 5 is also possible on a
project-specific basis. Program the appropriate interface to AUX (1200 baud), insert bridges
at SIE (V2, V4) for 20 mA interface.
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Connecting to UEZ 1000 (20 mA)
1
Video system
5
UEZ 1000
2
COM x
6
AVK
3
OVS
7
20 mA-1 to 20 mA-3
4
Range max. 1000 m
Connect shielding wire to UEZ 1000 only.
Installation cable J-Y (St) Y 2x2x0.6
9.11.8
Connecting to UEZ 2000 (20 mA)
1
Video system
5
UEZ 2000 LSN
2
COM x
6
SM 20
3
OVS
7
AVM 100
4
Range max. 1000 m
8
COM 1 to COM 5
Connect shielding wire to UEZ 2000 only.
COM 4 and COM 5 only with interface
Installation cable J-Y (St) Y 2x2x0.6
assembly SEMO1
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Connecting to UGM 2020
20 mA connection to UGM 2020 via TESP (for Telephony)
1
Video system
5
UGM 2020
2
COM x
6
TESP (Br. 1-4 open)
3
OVS
7
SGK (SW issues: SGKUGM)
4
Range max. 1000 m
8
EPC/EPC2 (from EAPS-4, EAPS-5)
20 mA connection to UGM 2020 via UESS
1
Video system
5
UGM 2020
2
COM x
6
UESS (power surge protection)
3
OVS
7
SGK (SW issues: SGKUGM)
4
Range max. 1000 m
8
EPC/EPC2 (from EAPS-4, EAPS-5)
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Troubleshooting and Checks
This chapter outlines the causes of malfunctions that you may encounter when installing or
operating the system. If you are unable to remedy the malfunction, please consult the video
system manufacturer's product service video.
10.1
Troubleshooting
Malfunction
Possible cause
Solution
Device stops during the
Restore system. To do this,
computer's boot phase.
use the recovery CD.
The DiBos software
Note:
application stops.
Only send back the system if
the recovery procedure was
unsuccessful.
There is a message stating
There are corrupt sectors or
Check the affected drives
that there are files on the
corrupt files on the drives.
using the Chkdsk program.
drive that cannot be
Delete the affected files. Also
accessed.
delete the directories in
which the corrupt files are
located.
If this is not successful, the
system must be restored
using the recovery CD.
Note:
A list of the corrupt files is
created in the DB server log
file each time DiBos is
started up.
All cameras are crossed out.
No video signal available.
Replace grabber card.
The grabber card is faulty.
Check video signal.
Network connection cannot
Computer name is assigned
Do not assign the computer
be established and cameras
more than once.
name more than once.
are crossed out.
IP address is incorrect.
Enter correct IP address.
Firewall is activated.
Deactivate the firewall or, if
this is not possible, use UDP
tunneling.
All AP inputs have been
Interface error to AP.
Remedy interface error.
Hardlock (dongle) missing or
Plug in dongle or add feature.
sounding for more than 10
seconds.
Hardlock not found message
feature not enabled.
Camera video signal missing.
No video signal available.
Check video signal.
Images cannot be written.
Images have been written in
Modify recording.
too many archives.
Software feature not
Check dongle is enabled.
working.
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Malfunction
Possible cause
Solution
External hard disks are not
Terminator missing.
Plug in terminator.
recognized by the system.
Hard disk ID used twice.
Set hard disk IDs in
ascending order.
Disks are not formatted.
Format disks for NTFS in Disk
Manager.
No ISDN connection
Transmitter and receiver
available.
connection passwords do not passwords.
Check connection
match.
Wrong protocol is set.
Select appropriate protocol
(EURO-ISDN) via an ISDN-PCI
setup.
10.2
Checking the Optional Network Connection
Information on networking
To install and test the network, you will require the following information from the network
provider:
–
IP address
–
Subnet mask
–
(Gateway)
Notes on testing the network
To install and test the network, use the following test program:
1.
Select Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt.
2.
The commands available include:
ping
This command is only available if the TCP/IP protocol is installed.
ping localhost
This program checks the communication to the computer it is running on.
ping <remote station name> or
ping <remote station TCP/IP address>
The program checks the communication to the remote station.
arp -a
The program displays other computers after making contact with them.
ipconfig
Shows all current TCP/IP network configuration values (IP address, subnet mask, default
gateway)
tracert <remote station name>
This program determines the path taken to a destination.
net view
Displays all available remote stations.
NOTICE!
Ping does not work if UDP tunneling is activated in the configuration.
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Checking the Optional ATM Connection
The data telegram between the video system and ATM can be checked using the
HyperTerminal program in Windows® XP.
–
Start the program using the menu Start > Programs > Accessories > Communications >
HyperTerminal.
–
When the program has started, enter a name (test name) in the dialog box and confirm
the entry.
–
In the following dialog box, select the interface to which the interface processor is
connected (Connect using input field). Confirm with OK.
–
Enter the following parameters:
- Bits per second: 9600
- Data bits: 8
- Parity: None
- Stop bits: 1
- Flow control: None
Confirm the entries with OK.
–
In the File -> Properties -> Settings -> ASCII-Setup menu, activate the Append line feeds
to incoming line ends check box. Confirm with OK.
The HyperTerminal configuration is finished. The data can now be evaluated.
Data telegram between video system and interface processor:
1
1
1
1
1
1
280897
280897
280897
280897
280897
280897
1318
1318
1318
1318
1318
1318
08896
08896
08896
08896
08896
08896
7
8
9
10
1
Card in ATM
8
Date
2
Card recognized by ATM
9
Time
3
Enter amount
10
Transaction number
(Depends on ATM and
4
Hand to cash
11
Machine number
computing center, not
1
82054135
82054135
82054135
82054135
82054135
0532037398
0532037398
0532037398
0532037398
0532037398
12
13
11
1
2
220
220 2
220
220
14
3
4
5
6
15
always available)
5
Removal of cash
12
Bank sort code
6
End of transaction
13
Account number
7
Interface number
14
Amount
(0 - 3 for ATM1 - ATM4)
15
Camera number/Action
NOTICE!
Action 1 = Card in ATM message
Action 2 = Hand to cash message
For some ATMs, a message is generated as soon as the card is inserted, but does not display
BRC or account number. For other ATMs, the message is not generated until the BRC and
account number have been read and the PIN number has been entered correctly.
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10.4
DiBos/DiBos Micro
Checking the Optional Web Connection
After activating the web application, check that you actually have access.
Proceed as follows:
1.
Start the web browser (Internet Explorer 5.x and above).
2.
In the browser, enter http://<hostname> under address. As <hostname>, specify either
the IP address or the name of the computer on which the web server is installed.
The video system web application log-on mask is displayed when the connection has
been made. It is now possible to log on.
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11
Notes on Service and Maintenance
11.1
Maintenance Work to be Carried Out
155
Perform the following maintenance work:
–
–
On the video system itself:
–
check that all cables are connected firmly
–
check the fans and clean if necessary
–
clean the screen if dirty
–
check the system time and set if necessary
Check the quality of the last five saved images per camera (e.g. sharpness, brightness,
contrast).
–
The images stored in the archives must be randomly checked (with regard to image
quality and additional data)
–
At least one trigger by a connected AP or a directly connected contact must be
undertaken. The images placed in the archives as a result of this action must be checked
and then deleted.
–
The hard disk load must be checked. In agreement with the customer, it may be
necessary to delete images.
–
All freely accessible cameras and lenses as well as dome cameras and front screens of
external cameras should be cleaned. While doing so, the connecting cables and plugs
must be checked.
–
The reference images printed or saved during installation of the system must be
compared with the live images of the corresponding cameras with regard to their
alignment. The customer is answerable to the administrative association (BGV) with
regard to setting the image frame size.
–
A functional test in accordance with UVV Kassen must be carried out at least once per
month. The SP 9.7/7 Requirements for testing of optical room monitoring systems
must be taken into account.
–
Checking of the customer-owned printer (1 printout).
–
A test connection is to be set up for the ISDN connection.
–
–
For ATM connection:
–
check the connecting cables on the interface processor and on the OVS
–
check the transmission of the transaction data
–
access control data display (check the access control connection cable)
All work carried out is to be documented in the operating handbook.
NOTICE!
All work on the system that affects recording may only be carried out with the prior agreement
of the customer. For UVV-relevant devices, it is preferable that this work is carried out outside
of counter opening times.
If defective, the system (without dongle) is to be exchanged. A loan device will be made
available by the video system manufacturer during this time.
Maintenance work to be carried out by the operator
The operator must:
–
replace the toner cartridge for laser printers,
–
replenish printer paper or the video printer paper cartridge, and
–
replace the color cartridge for ink jet printers.
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11.2
DiBos/DiBos Micro
Software Update
Installation of the software is carried out principally as Windows® XP Administrator.
11.3
Troubleshooting
The following malfunctions are to be fixed if applicable:
–
Backlighting:
If backlighting effects are identified during recording, the light source must be covered
up, for example using curtains over windows or lampshades on lighting; alternatively, the
location of the camera should be changed.
–
Reflections:
If the optical room monitoring system is enclosed in bulletproof or toughened glass, the
lighting conditions may cause reflections. These become stronger as the degree of light
within the glass enclosure increases. Such reflections can be reduced by increasing the
illumination of the area outside the glass enclosure and positioning the cameras closer to
the glass. Reflections can also often be avoided by covering light sources behind or next
to the camera. If these measures do not help, a polarization filter can be fitted in front of
the lens.
–
Sharpness:
When checking recordings, care should be taken that persons and objects are sharply
delineated within the defined recording zone. To improve the image sharpness, "gray" or
ND filters can be placed in front of the lens.
–
Contamination:
The quality of the recordings is frequently affected by dirt on the lens or the window of
the security housing.
Errors or functional problems can be fixed by
1.
disconnecting and reconnecting the local or remote connection in the video system
program
2.
3.
exiting the program and booting it again, or
warm starting or switching the system off and then on again (with a wait time of
approximately twenty seconds).
If this does not restore normal operation, the configuration must be checked.
If the malfunction cannot be fixed, the system must be replaced.
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