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Warranty card
En glish
War ra
ntyPer iod of AVer Pr oductPurchased:
AVer HVCSer ie
s: 2YearsLimitedPartsandLabor.
All AVerHVCSer ies
Accessor ie
s: 1Year PartsandLabor.
繁體中文
圓展科技股份有限公司保固說
明:
AVer HVC產品系列:享2年保固期。
AVer HVC相關耗材:享1年保固期。
简体中文
圆展科技股份有限公司保修说明:
AVer HVC产品系列:享2年保修期。
AVer HVC相关耗材:享1年保修期
。
日本語
アバーメディア製品保証期間
AVer HVCSer ie
s 本体:2年間保証
AVer HVCSer ie
s 付属品:1年間保証
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s: 2 ปัเ ฉพาะคัาอะไหลัแล ะคัาแรง
อัปกรณัเส รัม AVer HVCSer ie
s ทัังหมด: 1 ป ัคัาอะไหลัแล ะคัาแรง
HVC-Series
Video Conferencing System
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Quick Installation Guide
Français
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Polski
Gwar nacjanazakupionypr odukt AVer:
AVer HVCSer ie
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AVer tuotteidentakuuaika:
AVer HVCSer ies
tuotteet: 2vuottaosille jatyölle.
Kaikki AVer HVCSer ie
slisätar vikkeet: 1vuosi osille jatyölle.
Türkçe
SatınalınanAVer ür ünü
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1.
Main System
2.
Quick Guide
3.
Warranty Card
4.
Software and Manual CD
5.
L-Bracket (camera stand)
6.
3.5mm to RCA cable
7.
S-Video to Composite Converter
8.
3-Pin Standard XLR Adapter
9.
DB9 RS232 Converter
A
B
C
A
1
2
3
4
10. HDMI Cable (1.5M)
11. 6 Pin Mini XLR MIC Cable (10M)
12. 6 Pin Mini XLR MIC Cable (5M)
(Optional for HVC130/110)
13. 26-Pin D-Sub Camera Cable
B
(1.5M) (female/female)
14. RJ-45 Cable
6 7 8 9 10
5
15. VGA Cable (5M)
16. Power Adapter
11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19
17. Power Cord
18. AAA Batteries
19. Velcro
C
20. Camera
21
21. Mic
23
22. Mic (Optional for HVC130/110)
23. Remote Control
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Remote Control
The remote control requires two (2) “AAA” size batteries (supplied), make sure batteries are
installed properly before using. Aim the remote control to the HVC camera infrared sensor
to operate the unit.
Name
Function
(22)
(23)
(1 )
(2)
(3)
(21)
(20)
(19)
(18)
(17)
(1)
Call
Start a call or add another party.
(2)
Phone Book


Search contact to make a call.

Make a selection in OSD menus or onscreen keyboard.


Accept incoming call.

Use these buttons to navigate through the
selections in OSD menus or on-screen
keyboard.

Pan the zoomed in camera image or the
captured image.

Move around within the zoomed in camera
image or the captured image.
(3)
Enter
(16)
(4)
(4)
(5)
(6 )
(7)
(8)
(9)
▲,▼,◄, & ►
(15)
(14)
(13)
(12)
(11)
(5)
Present
(10)
Enter to add, edit, delete or create group
contact entry.
Display the site name and icon during the
meeting.
Share either the video/image from the VGA IN
port or the captured image.
This
present icon will appear on the
screen to indicate sharing the present image.
The present icon will disappear in 5 sec.
(6)
Vol +/-
Increase/decrease the speaker volume.
(7)
Zoom +/-
Zoom in/out the camera image or the captured
image.
(8)
Mute
Turn on/off the MIC. This
mute icon will
appear when the mic is turned off. The mute
icon will become translucent in 5 sec.
(9)
Preset

Press hold for 3 sec to set the position of the
camera preset point from the selected number.
The preset point can be set from 0-9.

Press to move the camera target to the
selected preset point number.
(22)
(23)
(1 )
(2)
(3)
(21)
(20)
(19)
(18)
(17)
Name
Function
(10) Backspace
Move back one space and delete one character
at a time.
(11) Numeric Pad
Use to enter numeric number.
(12) Input
Switch the input source between HVC camera,
S-Video, Video and VGA.
(13) Far/Near
Select to control either near site or far site
(16)
camera. The
cam. control icon will appear
on the screen to show which camera site you
are going to control. The cam. control icon will
disappear in 5 sec.
(4)
(5)
(6 )
(7)
(8)
(9)
(15)
(14)
The camera from the far site can only be
operated when the enable far site to
control the camera is permitted.
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(14) Layout
Change to different split screen mode.
(15) Back
Return to previous OSD menu selection or exit
OSD mode.
(16) Home
Call up the main screen.
(17) Hang Up
End the call.
(18) 16:9/4:3
Toggle between 16:9 or 4:3 to match the
monitor aspect ratio.
(19) Dual
Switch to Dual monitor mode. This split the
video conference screen and present screen.
The video conference screen will be displayed
on the monitor connected to the HDMI OUT of
the main system and the present screen will be
displayed on the monitor connected to the VGA
OUT of the main system.
(20) *Snapshot
Capture the image from the camera. To view
the captured image, press Image Ctrl.
(21) *Image Ctrl
Switch between camera and image mode.

Camera mode - allows you to pan, tilt, zoom
in/out, and adjust the focus.

Image mode - allows you to display the
captured image. To save the captured image
in the USB flash drive, press Record.
(22) *Record
Start/Stop video recording. The video recording
can only be saved in a USB flash drive.
Whether you are in a video conference call or
not, you can do the video recording.
(23) Info
Display the call statistics information.
* Available in HVC330/310 model only.
For more information, visit http://www.aver.com
Connection Diagram
MIC IN
UT
MICO
Laptop
MIC OUT
MICIN
Mic (2 nd Mic for HVC330/310)
MIC cable
MIC
LCD TV
LCD monitor/LCD TV
AUDIO IN L
2 Phone to RCA cable
Desktop
AUDIO IN R
LCD / DLP projector
RJ-45 wall jack
VGA cable
Visualizer
HDMI cable
RJ-45 cable
HDMI monitor
VGA cable
26 Pin D-Sub cable
(female/female)
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
DC 19V
MIC
Wall outlet
Power adapter
Power cord
Suggested
MIC Reception Range
AVer
3m
3m
Network Quick Setup Guide
Note: Please pass this page to your Network Admin/IT Dept.
For more detailed instructions in setting up Admin Password/System Name and
Phonebook, please refer to the user manual CD or download the file from our website.
 Bandwidth Requirements
From the remote press “Home” -> “Setting” -> “System Settings” -> “Network”
Resolution
Quality / Bandwidth
MCU w/ 3 site*
4SIF (704x480)/4CIF (704x576)
256kbps/384kbps
768kbps/1152kbps
720p @ 30 frames per second
(1280x720)
1Mbps (Point to Point only)
(Example: If you plan to reserve 512k and not exceed 1Mbps for video conferencing then
leave above settings as default. For a specific entry in the phonebook with which you wish
to implement HD, you can set call quality to 1Mbps in the phonebook or while dialing.)
 AVer HVC H.323 Related Port Usage for Firewall Setup
Port
Function
Type
1719
Gatekeeper
UDP (Bi-Directional)
1720
H.323 Call setup
TCP (Bi-Directional)
30000-30039
Signaling and control for audio, call,
video, and data/FECC
TCP and UDP
80
HTTP Interface (Web Tool)
5060
SIP
TCP and UDP
Enable H.323 ALG (if applicable)
 Four Possible Setup Scenarios for Video Conferencing
(Please pick the scenario most suitable for your network environment)
1.
Public IP Configuration (Outside of Firewall)
-
Do you have a dedicated public IP address for the AVer HVC System?
2.
Private IP Configuration (Behind Firewall with Port Forwarding)
3.
Behind Firewall with H.323 ALG Setup
4.
Existing H.460 Gatekeeper/SBC (Session Border Controller) in your network
 Scenario 1: Public IP Configuration (Outside of Firewall)
1.
From the remote press “Home” -> “Setting” -> “System Settings” -> “LAN
Configuration”.
2.
In the “Obtain IP address” line, choose “Static IP”.
3.
Manually input the “Public IP address”, “Subnet Mask” and “Default Gateway”.
4.
Select “Apply” and press
5.
Press “Home” on the remote to return to the home menu.
6.
Press the “Call” button on the remote and you are ready to make your first call.
.
 Scenarios 2 and 3: Private IP Configuration (Behind Firewall
with Port Forwarding)
1.
From the remote press “Home” > “Setting” > “System Settings” > “LAN
Configuration”.
2.
In the “Obtain IP address” line, choose “Static IP”.
3.
Manually input the assigned “Private IP address”, “Subnet Mask” and “Default
Gateway”.
4.
Select “Apply” and press
5.
Press “Back” on the remote to return to previous menu. If you have H.323 ALG
.
enabled, skip to step 8.
6.
Go to “Network” > “Firewall” and press
7.
Enable the NAT check box and enter the Public IP in the “NAT Public (WAN)
.
Address” field.
8.
Press the “Home” button on the remote to return to the home menu.
9.
Press the “Call” button on the remote and you are ready to make your first call
 Scenario 4: H.460 Gatekeeper with Firewall Traversal
1.
From the remote press “Home” > “Setting” > “System Settings” > “LAN
Configuration”.
2.
In the “Obtain IP address” line, choose “Static IP”.
3.
Manually input the assigned “IP address”, “Subnet Mask” and “Default Gateway”.
4.
Select “Apply” and press
5.
Press “Back” on the remote to return to previous menu.
6.
Go to “Network” - > “Gatekeeper” and press
7.
Enter the IP address of your Gatekeeper in the “Gatekeeper IP address” field and
.
.
enable the “Use Gatekeeper” check box.
8.
Press “Back” on the remote to return to previous menu.
9.
Go to “Firewall” and press
; enable the “Enable H.460 firewall traversal” option
10. Press the “Home” button on the remote to return
11. Press the “Call” button on the remote and you are ready to make your first call
 WebTool
The WebTool allows network administrators to access AVer HVC remotely. To access the
WebTool, make sure the AVer HVC unit has a valid IP and is connected to your network.
From any network computer, open a web browser and input the IP address of your AVer
HVC unit in the URL field.
 Cam. Control – allows you to view the
camera, and access the screen interface
and remote control.
 Phonebook – allows you to add, edit,
delete, download and upload the
phonebook entries.
 Call History – allows you to add contact
in the phonebook, download call history
and call from the list.
 Setting – allows you to update the
system, download and restore the system,
and get the test report.
 Contact Us – links you to our global
website.
 Troubleshooting
1.
“DHCP service Failed” message displayed on screen
- Make sure you have connected to a proper DHCP server.
- If you see “192.168.0.1” on the IP address column, it means the device did not get
the correct IP from DHCP server.
- Verify the security setting for MAC address in your network device.
2.
Video conference call is established but no video or voice
- If you are connecting to AVer HVC with firewall, make sure you have done the port
forwarding correctly. For non H.323 ALG firewall, please set the NAT configuration
and the WAN IP address on AVer HVC system is entered.
- We suggest having a fixed public IP address for AVer HVC system. With Dynamic
public IP address, it will change after a certain period which depends on your local
ISP.
- There’s a routing issue if you installed two AVer HVC systems sharing one public
IP address.
3.
MCU call is established but the 3rd site is unable to see the image from the 2nd site.
- There’s a routing issue. Two AVer HVC systems could be sharing one public IP
address. We do not suggest installing two AVer HVC systems and share one IP
address.
4.
Unable to connect to other VC system
- Check to see if you dial the correct IP address.
- Ensure the power status of the device from the other site is on.
- Verify if the firewall blocks the inbound traffics from the other site.
- Verify if the other site rejected your VC call.
For more information, visit http://www.aver.com