Edimax IC-3116W Installation guide

IC-3116W
Quick Installation Guide (English)
11-2013 / v1.0
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I. Product Information .............................................................................. 4
I-1.
Package Contents .............................................................................. 4
I-2.
Back Panel ........................................................................................ 4
I-3.
LED Status ........................................................................................ 5
I-4.
Product Label ................................................................................... 6
I-5.
Reset ................................................................................................ 6
II. Hardware Installation ............................................................................ 7
III. Camera Setup........................................................................................ 8
III-1.
Installing & Using EdiView Finder ..................................................... 8
III-1-1. Windows .......................................................................................... 8
III-1-2. Mac ................................................................................................ 13
III-2.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) ......................................................... 16
III-3.
Web-Based Management Interface ............................................... 17
III-3-1. Wireless Settings ............................................................................ 19
III-3-1-1. Smartphone ................................................................................ 19
III-3-1-2. Computer .................................................................................... 21
III-4.
Myedimax.com .............................................................................. 23
III-5.
EdiView App ................................................................................... 25
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I. Product Information
I-1. Package Contents
IC-3116W
QIG
Power Adapter
I-2.
CD-ROM
Ethernet Cable
Mounting Kit
Back Panel
MAC/Cloud ID
WPS/Reset Button
LAN Port
12V DC Power Port
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I-3. LED Status
LED
LED Color
LED Status
Description
Network camera is on and
connected to cloud server.
On
Power
Green
Quick Flashing
Slow Flashing (1 x
per second)
On
LAN
Green
Quick Flashing
Slow Flashing (1 x
per second)
On
Internet
Orange
Network camera is restarting.
Network camera is starting up OR
network camera is not connected
to cloud server.
Network camera is connected to
the local network.
LAN activity (transferring data).
WPS is active.
Connected to Internet.
Slow Flashing ( 1 x
per second)
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Not connected to Internet.
I-4.
Product Label
The product label located on the back of the camera displays the MAC address
and cloud ID of your network camera.
The MAC address and cloud ID are the same for easy reference.
The cloud ID allows you to view a live stream from your network camera
remotely (from any Internet connection) as described later in III-4.
Myedimax.com.
I-5.
Reset
If you experience problems with your network camera, you can reset the
camera back to its factory default settings. This resets all settings back to
default.
1. Press and hold the WPS/Reset button found
on the back panel for at least 10 seconds
2. Release the button when the green power
LED is flashing quickly.
3. Wait for the network camera to restart. The
camera is ready when the green power LED
is on.
After reset, the green power LED will
display slow flashing If the network
camera is unable to connect to the cloud
server.
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II. Hardware Installation
Follow the instructions below to ensure your camera is properly connected
and ready for setup.
1. Use an Ethernet cable to connect the network
camera’s LAN port to a router/switch/access point’s
LAN port, as shown below.
2. Connect the power adapter to the network camera’s
power port and to a power supply, as shown below.
3. Wait a moment for the camera to power on. The camera is ready when
the green power LED displays on. Please refer to III. Camera Setup to
setup your network camera.
If the network camera cannot connect to the cloud server, the
green power LED will flash slowly instead of display on (see I-3.
LED Status).
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III. Camera Setup
Your network camera can be up and running in just a few minutes. First,
please follow the instructions below for Windows or Mac in III-1. Installing &
Using EdiView Finder to install the EdiView Finder software and connect your
camera to your wireless network.
Or you can follow III-2. WPS as an alternative method to connect your
network camera to your wireless network.
Then, you can use the web based management interface to watch a live
stream and further configure the camera if you need (see III-3.).
Additionally, you can view the camera’s live image using either the cloud ID
(see III-4.) or the EdiView smartphone app (see III-5).
III-1.
Installing & Using EdiView Finder
Ensure your computer is connected to the same router as the
network camera. It is recommended to use a dynamic IP address
for your computer. Static IP users please refer to the user manual
if you encounter difficulties.
III-1-1.
Windows
1. Insert the included CD into your CD-ROM drive and if the setup utility does
not automatically open, please locate and open the “Autorun.exe” file in
the “Autorun” folder.
2. Click “Setup Utility” to install the EdiView Finder software utility.
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3.
Click “Next” and follow the on-screen instructions to install the EdiView
Finder software utility.
4.
When installation is complete, select “Launch EdiView Finder Utility”
before clicking “Finish”. Or double click the ”EdiView Finder Utility” icon on
your desktop to launch EdiView Finder.
5.
EdiView Finder will list all cameras on your local network, along with each
camera’s name, model, IP address and MAC address.
Click the search icon to refresh the list if your camera is not
displayed.
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The network camera’s IP address is displayed on this screen. After
setup, you can enter this IP address into the URL bar of a web
browser on the same local network to access your network
camera’s web-based configuration interface.
6.
Double click your camera and then choose “Yes” or “No” if you wish to set
up a wireless connection. If you choose “No” please go to step 10.
The IC-3116W is a wireless camera, please choose “Yes” to set up
your wireless connection.
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7.
Select your wireless network from the list and enter the correct password
in the “Password” field, before clicking “OK”. This is the wireless network
which your camera will connect to.
8.Unplug the Ethernet cable from your network camera and click “Next”.
Please wait a moment for the camera to detect the connection.
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9.When the connection is detected as shown below, please click “Next”.
10.
Enter a name and password for your camera. The password will be
used later to log in to your camera remotely via its cloud ID, web interface
or via the EdiView smartphone app. Click “OK” to continue.
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11. The next screen will indicate that setup is complete. The camera is
operational and ready for use. Click “OK” and a preview window showing a
live stream from your camera may open.
III-1-2.
Mac
EdiView Finder for Mac will not set up your network camera’s
wireless connection. After this chapter, please continue to III-3.
Web-Based Management Interface to set up the camera’s wireless
connection.
1. Insert the included CD into your CD-ROM drive and browse to the “Mac”
folder.
2. Copy the “EdiView Finder” file to your desktop and double click the icon to
open EdiView Finder.
EdiView Finder is also available for download from
the Edimax website:
http://www.edimax.com/EdiViewFinder.htm
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3.EdiView Finder will list all cameras on your local network, along with each
camera’s name, model, IP address and MAC address.
Click the search icon to refresh the list if your camera is not
displayed.
The network camera’s IP address is displayed on this screen. After
setup, you can enter this IP address into the URL bar of a web
browser on the same local network to access your network
camera’s web-based configuration interface.
4. Double click your network camera and wait a moment for the network
camera to obtain an IP address and test the cloud connection. EdiView
should display “Success” as shown below.
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12.
Enter a name and password for your camera. The password will be
used later to log in to your camera remotely via its cloud ID, web interface
or via the EdiView smartphone app. Click “Next” to continue.
13.
The next screen will indicate that setup is complete. The camera is
operational and ready to be configured for a wireless connection. Click
“Finish” and a preview window showing a live stream from your camera
may open.
14.
To setup your network camera’s wireless connection, please follow III-3.
Web-Based Management Interface.
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III-2.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
The WPS button is a quick and easy method to establish a secure wireless
connection between your network camera and your wireless router/access
point.
1. Press and hold the WPS button on your wireless router/access point for
the correct length of time to activate its WPS.
Please check the instructions for your
wireless router/access point for how long
you need to hold down its WPS button to
activate WPS.
2. Within two minutes, press the WPS/Reset button on the network camera
for 2 – 5 seconds to activate WPS. The green LAN LED will flash slowly to
indicate that WPS is active.
Take care not to hold the WPS/Reset
button too long and reset your network
camera (see I-5.)
3. The devices will establish a secure wireless
connection.
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III-3.
Web-Based Management Interface
When you are using the same local network as your camera, you can use the
web-based management interface to view or configure the camera.
You can access the web-based management interface with a web browser on
a smartphone or computer.
1.
Enter the network camera’s IP address into the URL bar of a web browser.
The camera’s IP address can be found by opening EdiView Finder, as
displayed below:
Internet Explorer is recommended.
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2. You may be prompted to allow a Java add-on to run. Please click the
message where it says “click here” and then click “Run Add-on”.
If any other security warnings/prompts appear, please select
“Run” or “Allow” or similar, depending on your browser.
3.
Enter the username and password for your network camera (default
username: admin default password: 1234). The network camera’s webbased management interface will then be displayed in your browser.
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4.
Refer to the user manual for more information about using the web-based
configuration interface. Mac users please continue to III-3-1. Wireless
Settings to set up your camera’s wireless connection.
III-3-1.
Wireless Settings
The “Wireless” page of the web-based management interface allows you to
configure the network camera’s wireless connection.
Mac users please ensure your network camera is connected to
your router/access point/switch via Ethernet cable.
III-3-1-1.
Smartphone
1. Select “Basic” from the menu on the left side and then select “Wireless”.
2. Configure the wireless settings A – E shown in the table below:
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A
C
B
E
D
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A
Wireless Connection Select “Enable” to enable the wireless connection.
“Refresh” to display all available Wi-Fi
B Available Network (1) Click
networks.
your Wi-Fi network from the list. This is the
C Available Network (2) Select
wireless network which your camera will connect to.
D
WPA Pre Shared Key Enter your Wi-Fi password.
E
Save Settings
Click “Save Settings” to save your settings.
3. After the settings are saved, remove the Ethernet cable from your network
camera. Your camera should now be connected to your Wi-Fi.
III-3-1-2.
1.
Computer
Select “Setup” in the top right corner of the screen.
2. Select “Basic” from the menu on the left side and then select “Wireless”.
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3.Configure the wireless settings A – E shown in the table below:
A
B
C
D
E
A Wireless Connection Select “Enable” to enable the wireless connection.
B
Available Network
C
Connected
Click “Refresh” to display all available Wi-Fi
networks.
Select your Wi-Fi network from the list. This is the
wireless network which your camera will connect to.
D WPA Pre Shared Key Enter your Wi-Fi password.
E
Save Settings
4.
Click “Save Settings” to save your settings.
After the settings are saved, remove the Ethernet cable from your
network camera. Your camera should now be connected to your Wi-Fi.
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III-4.
Myedimax.com
You can use your network camera’s Myedimax.com cloud ID to monitor your
camera remotely using a web browser from any Internet connection. The
network camera’s green power LED must display on for this function to work.
1.
Identify your network camera’s cloud ID. The cloud ID is displayed in
EdiView Finder (see III-1.) and on the product label on the back of the
network camera (see I-4.).
The cloud ID is a string of 12 characters consisting of numbers 0 –
9 and letters A – F which is unique to your network camera.
2.Enter cloudID.myedimax.com into the URL bar of a web browser.
For example, if your cloud ID is 001109010204 then enter
001109010204.myedimax.com into your web browser.
Internet Explorer is recommended.
3. You may be prompted to allow a Java add-on to run. Please click the
message where it says “click here” and then click “Run Add-on”.
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If any other security warnings/prompts appear, please select
“Run” or “Allow” or similar, depending on your browser.
4. Enter your camera’s password (default password: 1234) and click “OK” to
see a live stream from your network camera.
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III-5.
EdiView App
You can use the free EdiView smartphone app to monitor your camera
remotely using a smartphone from any Internet connection. The network
camera’s green LED must display on for this function to work.
1. Search the Apple app store or Google Play for “EdiView”. Download and
install the EdiView app.
2. Run the EdiView app. iOS users select “Add new camera” and Android
users select “Yes” to search for available cameras.
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3. Select your network camera, enter the password when prompted (default
password is 1234) and tap “OK”.
iOS:
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Android:
4. Android users select the camera name and tap “Done”. iOS users tap
“Live” from the menu across the bottom of the screen.
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Android:
iOS:
For more detailed guidance on using the EdiView app, please
refer to the user manual.
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THE COUNCIL of March 9, 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment and the mutual
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Declaration of Conformity
We, Edimax Technology Co., Ltd., declare under our sole responsibility, that the
equipment described below complies with the requirements of the European R&TTE
directive (1999/5/EC, 2006/95/EC)
Equipment: 720p Wireless H.264 Day & Night Network Camera
Model No.: IC-3116W
The following European standards for essential requirements have been followed:
Spectrum
EMC
: ETSI EN 300 328 V1.8.1 (2012-06);
: EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09)
EMF
Safety(LVD)
EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09)
EN 62311:2008
: IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009
EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
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