Samsung SNV-5010 User manual

NETWORK CAMERA
User Manual
SNV-5010
Network Camera
User Manual
Copyright
©2011 Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Warranty
If the product does not operate properly in normal conditions, please let us know. Samsung Techwin will
resolve the problem for free of charge. The warranty period is 3 years. However, the followings are excluded:
• If the system behaves abnormally because you run a program irrelevant to the system operation.
• Deteriorated performance or natural worn-out in process of time
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
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3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for
your safety, If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/ accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by
the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PROCUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DO NOT INSERT ANY METALLIC
OBJECT THROUGH THE VENTILATION GRILLS OR OTHER OPENNINGS
ON THE EQUIPMENT.
Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
CAUTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
EXPLANATION OF GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of “dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
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Class construction
An apparatus with CLASS construction shall be connected to a MAINS
socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
Batteries(battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
Disconnection Device
Disconnect the main plug from the apparatus, if it’s defected. And please call
a repair man in your location.
When used outside of the U.S., it may be used HAR code with fittings of
an approved agency is employed.
CAUTION
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any servicing other than
that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so.
The BNC Out terminal of the product is provided for easier installation, and is
not recommended for monitoring purposes.
If you keep the BNC cable connected, a risk of lightening may cause damage
or malfunction to the product.
Please use the input power with just one camera and other devices must not
be connected.
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Battery
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Please read the following recommend safety precautions carefully.
Do not Place this apparatus on an uneven surface.
Do not install on a surface where it is exposed to direct
sunlight, near heating equipment or heavy cold area.
Do not place this apparatus near conductive material.
Do not attempt to service this apparatus yourself.
Do not place a glass of water on the product.
Do not install near any magnetic sources.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Do not place heavy items on the product.
User’s Manual is a guidance book for how to use the products.
The meaning of the symbols are shown below.
y Reference : In case of providing information for helping of product’s usages
y Notice : If there’s any possibility to occur any damages for the goods and
human caused by not following the instruction
Ú Please read this manual for the safety before using of goods and keep it in
the safe place.
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Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages, and is
taking measures to provide customers with more environmentally friendly products.
The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin’s devotion to creating environmentally friendly
products, and indicates that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its
electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other
household waste at the end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or
human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types
of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or
their local government office, for details of where and how they can take these items for
environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the
purchase contract. This product and its electronic accessories should not be mixed with other
commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should
not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the
chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the
reference levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances
can cause harm to human health or the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please separate batteries from other types
of waste and recycle them through your local, free battery return system.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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CONTENTS
OVERVIEW
3
INSTALLATION &
CONNECTION
3
10
10
11
12
Important Safety Instructions
Product Features
Recomended PC Specifications
What’s Included
At a Glance
14
17
Installation
Connecting with other Device
18
Connecting the Camera Directly
to Local Area Networking
Connecting the Camera Directly
to a DHCP Based DSL/Cable
Modem
Connecting the Camera Directly
to a PPPoE Modem
Connecting the Camera to a
Broadband Router with the
PPPoE/Cable Modem
Buttons used in IP Installer
Static IP Setup
Dynamic IP Setup
Port Range Forward (Port Mapping)
Setup
Connecting to the Camera from a
Shared Local PC
Connecting to the Camera from a
Remote PC via the Internet
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NETWORK CONNECTION
AND SETUP
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20
21
22
23
26
27
29
29
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WEB VIEWER
30
36
APPENDIX
60
Connecting to the Camera
Login
Installing Silverlight Runtime
Using the Live Screen
36
36
43
49
55
Setup
Video Setup
Network Setup
Event Setup
System Setup
60
65
66
68
70
Specification
Product Overview
Troubleshooting
Open Source Announcement
GPL/LGPL Software License
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SETUP SCREEN
30
31
32
34
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PRODUCT FEATURES
y HD Video Quality
y Multi-Streaming
This network camera can display videos in different resolutions and qualities simultaneously using different CODECs.
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 However, MPEG-4 video can not be played on a web page. Use CMS software if you want to play
the video on a web page.
y Web Browser-based Monitoring
Using the Internet web browser to display the image in a local network environment.
y Intelligent Video Analysis
Analyzes the event video according to the user-specified rules to recognize the event.
y ONVIF (Spec 1.01) Compliance
This product supports ONVIF Core Spec. 1.01.
For more information, refer to www.onvif.org.
RECOMENDED PC SPECIFICATIONS
y CPU : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 2.00 GHz or higher
y Operating System : Windows XP, VISTA, 7
Mac OS
y Resolution : 1280X1024 pixels or higher
y RAM : 1GB or higher
y Web Browser : Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
Firefox, Chrome, Safari
 Neither a beta test version unlike the version released in the company website nor the developer version will
be supported.
 On Firefox v3.5 or higher, displaying warning message dialog may cause an error.
 If connecting to IPv6 in Windows XP, it can cause some problem.
It is recommended to connect to IPv6 in Windows 7.
y Video Memory : 128MB or higher
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WHAT’S INCLUDED
Please check if your camera and accessories are all included in the product package.
Appearance
Quantity
Description
User Manual,
Installer S/W DVD,
CMS S/W DVD
2
Quick Guide
1
Cable for the testing monitor
1
Used to test the camera connection to a
portable display device
L Wrench
1
Used to remove/fix the dome cover
M4 Tapping Screw
3
Used for securing the camera to the wall or
ceiling
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Item Name
 The Test Monitor Cable is connected to a portable displayer and used for testing the camera.
 The BNC Out terminal of the product is provided for easier installation, and is not recommended
for monitoring purposes.
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AT A GLANCE
Appearance
Item
b
c
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Description
Network Port
Used to connect a PoE or LAN cable.
GND
Black : Wire for earth-grounding.
Power Cable
Red : Used for connection to the DC 12V adapter.
Dome Cover
Dome cover for the lens and unit protection.
 Wipe out a dirty surface of the lens softly with a lens tissue or cloth to which you have applied
ethanol.
 This model does not support LED indication. Refer to the internal system indicators for
operation-related information.
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 Ensure that you can find a dehumidifier of Silica gel inside the cover when removing the cover.
Otherwise, the product may get moist inside.
 If you find that the product gets moist due to a deteriorated dehumidifier of silica gel, contact us
at the service center for technical assistance.
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Inside
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Item
Fixing Hole
b
System Indicator
Description
Used for securing the camera to the wall or ceiling.
ON : When the system operates normally
OFF : If the system does not operate properly
Resets the camera settings to the default. Press and hold it for about 5
seconds to turn off the system indicator and restart the system.
J If you reset the camera, the network settings will be adjusted so that
DHCP can be enabled. If there is no DHCP server in the network, you
must run the IP Installer program to change the basic network settings
such as IP address, Subnet mask, Gateway, etc., before you can
connect to the network.
c
Reset Button
Lens Cover
Used for protecting and fixing the lens.
Video Out Port
Analog video output port. (for installation)
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INSTALLATION
Precautions before installation
Ensure you read out the following instructions before installing the camera:
y Select an installation site (ceiling or wall) that can endure at least 5 times of the camera
weight.
y Stuck-in or peeled-off cables can cause damage to the product or a fire.
y For safety purposes, keep anyone else away from the installation site.
And put aside personal belongings from the site, just in case.
Disassembling
Using the L-wrench provided, loosen 3 screws by
turning them counterclockwise and separate the dome
cover.
 Note that it is not necessary to loosen the screw completely.
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Installing the camera on the ceiling or a wall
1. Select a location where you want to install
the camera.
Fixing Hole
3. Close the dome cover and turn it clockwise
using the L-wrench.
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 If the cover is not fixed tightly, you may
encounter a problem with waterproofing.
(IP66)
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2. Insert the provided screw into the camera
hole and turn it clockwise.
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Adjusting the monitoring direction for the camera
Lens Cover
❖ Adjusting the monitoring direction
You can adjust the camera direction only when the camera is fixed on the ceiling.
Then, turning the camera to the left or right is referred to as “Panning”, while tilting the
angle is “Tilting”. For panning, the panning limit is 10° for the clockwise, and 10° for the
counterclockwise, a total of 20° enabled; further rotation is stopped by the stopper.
- Adjust the panning angle so that the camera settles in the right horizontal position.
You can adjust the panning up to 10° in each one direction, and 10° in the other
direction, a total of 20°.
- Adjust the tilting angle so that the camera settles in the right vertical position. You can
adjust the tilting between 0° and 90°.
❖ Methods of adjustment
1. Loosen the screws on either ends of the lens cover by turning them counter clockwise.
y The case of wall installation
① After mounting the camera on the wall, adjust the panning angle so that the camera
faces a desired direction when tilting.
② Then, adjust the tilting angle so that the camera faces the monitoring direction.
y The case of ceiling installation
① After mounting the camera on the ceiling, adjust the panning angle according to
the monitoring direction. You should adjust the panning angle lest that the video be
displayed upside down on the monitor.
② Then, adjust the tilting angle so that the camera faces the monitoring direction.
2. When done, turn the screw clockwise to fix the tilted angle of the lens.
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 For smoother Rotate adjustment, set the Tilt position between 60° ~ 80°.
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CONNECTING WITH OTHER DEVICE
Ethernet
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Monitor Out
Power
Monitor
Connecting to the monitor
Connect the video out port of the camera to the video input port of the monitor.
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 In the initial installation of the camera, you can connect the camera to the monitor for checking
the connection status.
You must set <Video output> to <On> before the display screen can be activated. (page 38)
 Connect the monitor test cable to the output port of the monitor.
Ethernet Connection
Connect the Ethernet cable to the local network or to the Internet.
Power Supply
Connect the +, - lines of the DC adaptor to the power terminal of the camera in the right
polarity.
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 Be careful not to reverse the polarity when you connect the power cable.
You can also use a router featuring PoE (Power over Ethernet) to supply power to the camera.
 If PoE and DC 12V are both applied, this camera will get supplied with power from PoE.
 Please make sure the monitor and camera are turned off when connecting them.
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network connection and setup
You can set up the network settings according to your network configurations.
CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AREA
NETWORKING
Connecting to the camera from a local PC in the LAN
1. Launch an Internet browser on the local PC.
2. Enter the IP address of the camera in the address bar of the browser.
Camera
INTERNET
Camera
Firewall
External Remote PC
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
<Local Network>
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 A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to the
camera installed in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set.
In this case, to resolve the problem, contact your network administrator.
 By factory default, the IP address will be assigned from the DHCP server automatically. If there is
no DHCP server available, the IP address will be set to 192.168.1.100.
To change the IP address, use the IP Installer.
For further details on IP Installer use, refer to “Static IP Setup”. (Page 23)
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CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO A DHCP
BASED DSL/CABLE MODEM
Camera
External Remote PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
1. Use the cross LAN cable to connect the network cable directly to your PC.
2. Run the IP Installer and change the IP address of the camera so that you can use
the web browser on your desktop to connect to the Internet.
3. Use the Internet browser to connect to the camera.
4. Move to [Setup] page.
5. Move to [Network] – [DDNS] and configure the DDNS settings.
6. Move to [Network] – [Interface], and set the network type to [DHCP].
7. Connect the camera, which was removed from your PC, directly to the modem.
8. Restart the camera.
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 For registering the DDNS settings, refer to “Registering with DDNS”. (page 45)
 For configuring the DDNS settings, refer to “DDNS”. (page 45)
 For setting the network type, refer to “Interface”. (page 43)
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INTERNET
DSL/Cable
Modem
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CONNECTING THE CAMERA DIRECTLY TO A PPPoE
MODEM
INTERNET
PPPoE Modem
Camera
External Remote PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
1. Use the cross LAN cable to connect the network cable directly to your PC.
2. Run the IP Installer and change the IP address of the camera so that you can use
the web browser on your desktop to connect to the Internet.
3. Use the Internet browser to connect to the camera.
4. Move to [Setup] page.
5. Move to [Network] – [DDNS] and configure the DDNS settings.
6. Move to [Network] – [Interface], and set the network type to [PPPoE].
7. Connect the camera, which was removed from your PC, directly to the modem.
8. Restart the camera.
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 For registering the DDNS settings, refer to “Registering with DDNS”. (page 45)
 For configuring the DDNS settings, refer to “DDNS”. (page 45)
 For setting the network type, refer to “Interface”. (page 43)
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CONNECTING THE CAMERA TO A BROADBAND ROUTER
WITH THE PPPoE/CABLE MODEM
This is for a small network environment such as homes, SOHO and ordinary shops.
INTERNET
Camera
Broadband
Router
PPPoE or
Cable Modem
PPPoE or
Cable Modem
External Remote PC
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to a
Broadband Router
Configuring the network settings of the local PC connected to a Broadband Router, follow
the instructions below.
y Select : <Network Neighborhood> € <Properties> € <Local Area Connection>
€ <Properties> € <General> € <Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)> € <Properties>
€ <Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>.
y Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP) of the Broadband Router is 192.168.1.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP) of the Broadband Router is 192.168.0.1
IP address : 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.0.1
ex3) If the address (LAN IP) of the Broadband Router is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address : 192.168.xxx.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.xxx.1
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 For the address of the Broadband Router, refer to the product’s documentation.
 Refer to the “Port Range Forward (Port Mapping) Setup” section of the Broadband Router’s
documentation. (Page 27)
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Camera
network connection and setup
BUTTONS USED IN IP INSTALLER
Item
Description
Device Name
Model name of the connected camera.
Click the column to sort the list by model name.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
b
Mode
Displays either <Static> or <Dynamic> for the current network connection
status.
c
MAC(Ethernet)
Address
Ethernet address for the connected camera.
Click the column to sort the list by Ethernet address.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
IP Address
IP address.
Click the column to sort the list by IP address.
However, search will be stopped if clicked during the search.
The factory default is “192.168.1.100”.
Protocol
Network setting for the camera.
The factory default is “IPv4”.
Cameras with the IPv6 setting will be displayed “IPv6”.
UPnP Status
This function is not currently implemented.
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Item
m
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URL
DDNS URL address enabling access from the external Internet.
However, this will be replaced with the <IP Address> of the camera if
DDNS registration has failed.
IPv4
Scans for cameras with the IPv4 setting.
IPv6
Scans for cameras with the IPv6 setting.
Search
Scans for cameras that are currently connected to the network.
However, this button will be grayed out if neither IPv4 nor IPv6 is checked.
Auto Set
The IP Installer automatically configures the network settings.
Manual Set
You should configure the network settings manually.
Exit
Exits the IP Installer program.
 For the IP installer, use only the installer version provided in the installation DVD or use the latest
one if available. You can download the latest version from the product website.
STATIC IP SETUP
Manual Network Setup
Run <IP Installer_vX.XX.exe> to display the camera search list.
At the initial startup, both [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] will be grayed out.
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 For cameras found with the IPv6 setting, these buttons will be grayed out as the cameras do not
support this function.
1. Select a camera in the search list.
Find the MAC (Ethernet) address
labeled on the rear of the camera.
Both the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set]
buttons will be activated.
2. Click [Manual Set].
The Manual Setting dialog appears.
The default values of <IP Address>,
<Subnet Mask>, <Gateway>, <HTTP Port> and <VNP Port> of the camera will
be displayed.
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Description
network connection and setup
3. In the <Address> pane, provide the
necessary information.
y MAC (Ethernet) Address : The MAC
(Ethernet) address of the applicable
camera will be set automatically so
you don't need to input it manually.
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 You can configure the static IP settings
only if the DHCP checkbox is unchecked.
If using a Broadband Router
y IP Address : Enter an address falling in
the IP range provided by the Broadband
Router.
ex) 192.168.1.2~254,
192.168.0.2~254,
192.168.XXX.2~254
y Subnet Mask : The <Subnet Mask> of
the Broadband Router will be the <Subnet Mask> of the camera.
y Gateway : The <Local IP Address> of
the Broadband Router will be the <Gateway> of the camera.
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 The settings may differ depending on the connected Broadband Router model.
For more information, refer to the user manual of the applicable router.
 Refer to the “Port Range Forward (Port Mapping) Setup” section of the Broadband Router’s
documentation. (Page 27)
If not using a Broadband Router
For setting <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>, and <Gateway>, contact your network
administrator.
4. In the <Port> pane, provide
necessary information.
y HTTP Port : Used to access the
camera using the Internet browser,
defaulted to 80. Use the spin button
to change the HTTP Port value.
y VNP Port : Used to control the video
signal transfer, defaulted to 4520.
5. Enter the password.
This is the login password for the “admin” user who accesses the camera.
The default password is “4321”.
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6. Click [OK].
Manual network setup will be completed.
7. When the manual setup including IP is completed, the camera will restart.
Configure the IP related settings and the Port related settings distinctly with each other.
Category
Camera #1
Camera #2
IP related settings
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
192.168.1.100
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.101
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
Port related settings
HTTP Port
VNP Port
8080
4520
8081
4521
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 If the <HTTP Port> is set other than 80, you must provide the <Port> number in the address
bar of the Internet browser before you can access the camera.
ex) http://IP address : HTTP Port
http://192.168.1.100:8080
Auto Network Setup
Run <IP Installer_vX.XX.exe> to display the camera search list.
At the initial startup, both [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] will be grayed out.
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 For cameras found with the IPv6 setting, these buttons will be grayed out as the cameras do not
support this function.
1. Select a camera in the search list.
Find the MAC (Ethernet) address labeled
on the rear of the camera.
Both the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set]
buttons will be activated.
2. Click [Auto Set].
The Auto Setting dialog appears.
The <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>,
and <Gateway> will be set automatically.
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If the Broadband Router has more than one camera connected
network connection and setup
3. Enter the password.
This is the login password for the
“admin” user who accesses the
camera. The default password is
“4321”.
4. Click [OK].
Auto network setup will be completed.
DYNAMIC IP SETUP
Dynamic IP Environment Setup
y Example of the Dynamic IP environment
- If a Broadband Router, with cameras connected, is assigned an IP address by the
DHCP server
- If connecting the camera directly to modem using the DHCP protocols
- If IPs are assigned by the internal DHCP server via the LAN
Checking the Dynamic IP
1. Run the IP Installer on the user’s local
machine to display cameras allocated
with <Dynamic IP> addresses in the
list.
2. Select a camera in the list, and click
[Manual Set] to check the <Dynamic
IP> of the camera.
If you uncheck <DHCP>, you can
change IP to <Static>.
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PORT RANGE FORWARD (PORT MAPPING) SETUP
If you have installed a Broadband Router with a camera connected, you must set the port range
forwarding on the Broadband Router so that a remote PC can access the camera in it.
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Manual Port Range Forwarding
1. From the Setup menu of the Broadband Router, select <Applications &
Gaming> - <Port Range Forward>.
For setting the port range forward for
a third-party Broadband Router, refer
to the user guide of that Broadband
Router.
2. Select <TCP> and <UDP Port> for
each connected camera to the Broadband Router.
Each port number for the Broadband
Router should match that specified in
<Network> - <Port> from the
camera's Setup menu.
3. When done, click [Save Settings].
Your settings will be saved.
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 Above sample instructions are based on the CISCO’s Broadband Router (Model: LINKSYS).
 The settings may differ depending on the connected Broadband Router model.
For more information, refer to the user manual of the applicable router.
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network connection and setup
Setting up Port Range Forward for several network cameras
When several network cameras are connected to one Broadband Router device, you
should forward the TCP 943 port of the router to the TCP 943 port of a connected camara.
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 If you don't set properly the TCP 943 port of the router, you cannot get any video stream from
the web page of the camera.
y TCP 943 port is a port for the Silverlight policy server of a camera.
When Camera1 and Camera2 are connected to a router :
User
Ù
Internet
Ú
Start
943
3000
3001
4520
4521
8080
8081
Broadband Router
End
Protocol
943
TCP
3000
TCP/UDP
3001
TCP/UDP
4520
TCP/UDP
4521
TCP/UDP
8080
TCP/UDP
8081
TCP/UDP
IP Address
192.168.1.100
192.168.1.100
192.168.1.101
192.168.1.100
192.168.1.101
192.168.1.100
192.168.1.101
Ù
Camera1 (192.168.1.100)
Web Server Port
8080
VNP Port
4520
RTSP Port
3000
Policy Server Port
943
Ù
Camera2 (192.168.1.101)
Web Server Port
8081
VNP Port
4521
RTSP Port
3001
Policy Server Port
943
y You can set a rule of Port Forwarding on the Broadband Router device through its
configuration web page.
y You cannot change the Sliverlight policy server port of a camera. This value is fixed
internally.
y You can change the ports of the camera except the policy server port through its
configuration web pages.
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CONNECTING TO THE CAMERA FROM A SHARED LOCAL PC
2. Double-click a camera to access.
The Internet browser starts and connects
to the camera.
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 Access to the camera can also be gained by typing the camera's IP address in the address bar of
the Internet browser.
CONNECTING TO THE CAMERA FROM A REMOTE PC VIA
THE INTERNET
Since using the IP Installer on a remote computer that is not in the Broadband Router’s network
cluster is not allowed, users can access cameras within a Broadband Router’s network by using
the camera’s DDNS URL.
1. Before you can access a camera in the Broadband Router network, you should
have set the port range forward for the Broadband Router.
2. From the remote PC, launch the Internet browser and type the DDNS URL address
of the camera, or the IP address of the Broadband Router in the address bar.
ex) http://www.samsungipolis.com/[Product domain]
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● NETWORK CONNECTION AND SETUP
1. Run the IP Installer.
It will scan for connected cameras and
display them as a list.
web viewer
CONNECTING TO THE CAMERA
Normally, you would
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the IP address of the camera in
the address bar.
ex) • IP address (IPv4) : 192.168.1.100
€ http://192.168.1.100
- the Login dialog should appear.
• IP address (IPv6) : 2001:230:abcd:
ffff:0000:0000:ffff:1111
€ http://[2001:230:abcd:ffff:0000
:0000:ffff:1111] - the Login dialog
should appear.
If the HTTP port is other than 80
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the IP address and HTTP port number of the camera in the address bar.
ex) IP address : 192.168.1.100:HTTP Port number(8080)
€ http://192.168.1.100:8080 - the Login dialog should appear.
Using URL
1. Launch the Internet browser.
2. Type the DDNS URL of the camera in the address bar.
ex) URL address : http://www.samsungipolis.com/[Product domain]
- the Login dialog should appear.
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To check the DDNS address
Once you register a dynamic IP-based device with the DDNS server, you can easily check
the changed IP when you try to access the device.
To add the IP address to the <DDNS> server, visit www.samsungipolis.com and register
your device, and set the DDNS option to <Samsung DDNS> before providing the host
name for the DDNS server.
LOGIN
The default user ID is “admin”, and the default password is “4321”.
1. Enter “admin” in the <User Name>
input box.
2. Enter “4321” in the <Password> input
box.
If the password is changed, enter the
changed password instead.
3. Click [OK].
If you have logged in successfully, you
will the Live Viewer screen.
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 For security purposes, ensure that you change the password in <System> - <User>.
The administrator ID, “admin”, is fixed and can not be changed.
 If you check the “Save this password in your password list” option when your input is done, in
future you will be logged in automatically without being prompted to enter the login information.
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 If you are using Internet Explorer 7.0 or 8.0 as the default web browser, you can view the best
quality image with a screen ratio of 100%. Reducing the ratio may cut the image on the borders.
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● WEB VIEWER
If the camera is connected directly to the DHCP cable modem, DSL modem, or PPPoE
modem, the IP address of your network will be changed each time you try to connect to
the ISP (Internet Service Provider) server.
If this is the case, you will not be informed of the IP address changed by DDNS.
web viewer
This network camera uses Microsoft Silverlight for displaying the video.
INSTALLING SILVERLIGHT RUNTIME
If your PC has not installed Silverlight Runtime or has just installed an old runtime version, you will
be redirected to the Silverlight Runtime installation page automatically when accessing the web
viewer.
1. Click <Click Here>.
2. When the file download dialog pops up,
click <Run>.
3. When the download is completed, click
<Run>.
4. The Silverlight Runtime installation page
will be displayed. <Install now> to
proceed with the installation.
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5. When done, click <Close>.
● WEB VIEWER
6. Close and restart the web browser, and
try to access the Web Viewer.
When Siverlight Runtime is properly
installed, you will see the Live screen.
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 For normal installation, set the Block
Popup setting as follows:
ex) Internet Explorer l Tools l Block
Popup l Always allow popups
from the current site(A)
 However, MAC OS X users who are not connected to the Internet can use the provided installation
DVD to install Silverlight Runtime (Run the executable “Silverlight_xxx.dmg” in the DVD. You will
be guided through installation of the software).
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web viewer
USING THE LIVE SCREEN
Item
Description
Monitoring
Move to the monitoring screen.
b
Setup
Move to the Setup screen.
c
Viewer Screen
Displays the Live video on the screen.
Reset Event
Reset the event settings to the default.
Digital zoom
You can use the mouse wheel to activate the digital zooming.
Screen
Optimization,
Full Screen
Adjust the screen to the optimal size, and display the Full Screen icon on the Live
screen.
Capture
Saves the snapshot as an image file in the .bmp format.
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Item
Description
You can select a profile type in <Video Profile> under the <Video> setup menu.
Video Format
M
M If the “Invalid codec” message is displayed, select a profile type from the profile
list again.
 If the temperature drops below the operational range, video signal may not be produced. In such
cases, please wait for the video.
To capture the snapshot
1. Click [
] on the scene to capture.
The Capture dialog should appear.
2. Click [Save] button.
The screenshot will be saved in the
specified path.
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 If you are using the IE8 as the default web
browser, select “Tools-Internet OptionsSecurity” and uncheck “Use protected
mode”.
To fit the full screen
1. Click the [Full Screen (
)] button.
The corresponding button will be displayed in the Viewer.
2. Click the button.
This will fit the Viewer to the full screen.
3. To exit the full screen mode, press [Esc] on the keyboard.
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● WEB VIEWER
M For IE 6.0 users, press the Browse button next to the <Video Profile> dialog
and select a profile type again if the selected profile is not played.
setup screen
SETUP
You can configure the video, network, event and system settings of the camera via the network.
1. In the Live screen, click [Setup (
)].
2. The Setup screen appears.
VIDEO SETUP
Video profile
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<Video (
2. Click <Video profile>.
3. Select a <Video profile> number.
4. Click the input box of each item and
enter / select a desired value.
 The context menu may differ depending on the
selected codec type.
y Default profile : This is the default
video profile.
y Fixed framerate profile : Fix the frame
rate of the selected profile regardless
of the settings of other profiles.
y E-mail/FTP profile : Video profile to be transferred to the specified email or FTP
site.
 Only the MJPEG codec can be set as the E-mail/FTP profile.
5. When done, click [Apply (
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To add a video profile
You can add as many codecs as necessary so that a variety of profiles can be applied
according to the recording condition.
1. Select a profile number.
3. Specify the conditions under which the codec will be applied.
4. Specify the details of the selected codec including resolution and frame rate.
y Resolution : Set the video size of the MPEG-4, H.264, and MJPEG files.
y Framerate : Specify the frame rate.
y Compression : Specify the compression rate of the video.
y Bitrate control : You can select one from constant bit rate and variable bit rate for
compression. Constant bit rate (CBR) varies the video quality and fixes network
transfer bit rate, while variable bit rate emphasizes the quality by varying network
transfer bit rate.
 If you set the resolution to 1280X1024, the maximum frame rate is 22 fps.
y Target bitrate : Specify the bit rate at which you will transfer the video.
y Encoding priority : You can set the video transfer method to Framerate or
Compression.
y GOP size : Select a GOP size between 1 and 15.
y Profile : The H.264 profiling method is fixed to <High>.
y Entropy coding : Reduce the possible compression loss due to encoding.
y Multicast(VNP) : Specify the use of the VNP protocol.
- IPv4 : Enter an IPv4 address with which you can connect to the IPv4 network.
- Port : Specify the video communication port.
- TTL : Set the TTL for the VNP packet.
y Multicast(RTP) : Specify the use of the RTP protocol.
- IPv4 : Enter an IPv4 address with which you can connect to the IPv4 network.
- Port : Specify the video communication port.
- TTL : You can set the TTL for the RTP packet.
What is GOP size?
GOP (Group of Pictures) is a set of video frames for MPEG-4 and H.264 format
compression, indicating a collection of frames from the initial I-Frame (key frame) to the
next I-Frame. GOP consists of 2 kinds of frames: I-Frame and P-Frame.
I-Frame is the basic frame for the compression, also known as Key Frame, which
contains one complete image data. P-Frame contains only the data that has changed
from the preceding I-Frame.
You can set between 1 and 15 for the MPEG-4 and H.264 CODEC.
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● SETUP SCREEN
2. Provide the name and select a codec.
setup screen
Video setup
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Video (
)> tab.
2. Click <Video setup>.
3. Select a <Video source> mode.
y Flip mode : Turn upside down the
image that is captured by the
camera.
y Mirror mode : Flip horizontal the
image that is captured by the
camera.
4. Click the input box of each item in
<Privacy area configuration> and enter / select a desired value.
 You can set up to 12 privacy zones.
5. Set the <Video output>.
- If you select <Off>, the video signal will not be output via the VIDEO OUT port.
6. When done, click [Apply (
)].
To set the privacy zone
You can specify a certain area of the camera video to be protected for your privacy.
1. Set it to <Enable>.
2. Place the cursor at a point in the video
and drag it to whatever you need.
3. Specify the <Color> that will fill the
privacy area.
4. To cancel your selection, simply click
[Clear (
)].
5. When done, click [Apply (
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Camera setup
You can change the camera settings according to the environment where the camera is
located.
● SETUP SCREEN
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<Video (
2. Click <Camera setup>.
3. Configure the settings of: SSDR, White
balance, Backlight, Exposure and
Special.
4. When done, click [Apply (
)].
SSDR (Samsung Super Dynamic Range) Setup
In a scene where the difference between bright and dark is severe, you can increase the
brightness of the dark area alone to regulate the overall brightness.
1. Select <SSDR>.
2. Set <Mode> to <On>.
3. Configure the <Level> and <D-Range>
settings as necessary.
y Level : Adjust the level of the dynamic range.
y D-Range : Select the amplitude area of the dynamic range.
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White balance Setup
You can correct the image colors based on white under any lighting conditions.
1. Select <White balance>.
2. Select <Mode>.
y ATW : Corrects the colors of the
camera video automatically.
y Manual : You can adjust the red and
blue gains of the camera video manually.
y AWC : Corrects the colors of the camera video to be optimized to the
current lighting condition and screen mode.
You may need readjustment if the lighting condition is changed.
y Outdoor : Automatically corrects the video colors of the camera to be
optimized to the outdoor environment.
y Indoor : Automatically corrects the video colors of the camera to be optimized to
the indoor environment.
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 In AWC mode, click the [AWC Set] button if you want to keep the white balance level of the
current image.
BLC Setup
You can specify a desired area on the video manually and set the area to be displayed
more clearly.
1. Select <Backlight>.
2. Set <Mode> to <BLC>.
3. Set <BLC level>.
You can change the level to adjust the
brightness of the monitoring area.
4. Set the <Top, Bottom, Left, Right>
levels to specify the target area.
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HLC (Highlight Compensation) Setup
When a strong light such as streetlamp or headlight faces forward to the camera, you can
mask that exposed area in order to protect it from being saturated.
1. Select <Backlight>.
● SETUP SCREEN
2. Set <Mode> to <HLC>.
3. Set the <HLC level> and the <Mask
tone>.
y HLC level : Adjust the brightness
level so as to remove the incoming
highlight from a specific condition.
y Mask tone : Adjust the mask tone of
the highlighted area.
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 At night operation, this function will be activated only if the incoming highlight exceeds a certain
area in a low contrast environment.
 At night, HLC will not function if the scene is either too bright or too dark.
Exposure Setup
You can adjust the exposure level of the camera.
1. Select <Exposure>.
2. Select each item and set it properly.
y Brightness : Adjust the screen brightness.
y Shutter mode : Adjust the electronic
shutter of the camera.
- ESC (Electronic shutter control) :
Adjust the shutter speed automatically according to the ambient
brightness.
- Manual : Adjust the shutter speed of the camera manually.
- A.FLK (Anti flicker) : This will prevent the screen from flickering.
y Shutter speed : Control the shutter speed manually.
y SSNR3 : Specify the use of noise reduction.
y SSNR3 level : Adjust the noise reduction level.
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y Sens-up mode : Automatically senses the darkness level at night or in a low contrast
scene and extends the accumulation time accordingly for a bright and sharp image.
 If you set the shutter mode to Manual/A.FLK, SENS-UP mode will be deactivated.
 The greater the video accumulation factor is, the brighter the screen is but the afterimage of a
moving object grows accordingly.
y Sens-up limit : Set the work condition to Auto mode in a low contrast scene.
y AGC mode : Specify the level according to the screen luminance.
Special Setup
1. Select <Special>.
2. Select each item and set it properly.
y Sharpness mode : Adjust the overall
sharpness of the image.
If selecting <On>, you can adjust the
sharpness of the image.
y Sharpness level : The higher the level
is, the sharper and clearer the outline
of the image becomes.
y Gamma : Adjust the contrast of the image.
y Color level : Adjust the color level of the image.
y Camera title : Use alphanumeric characters in the list and enter a desired title in the
bottom input line.
 You can enter up to 15 characters for the title.
y Camera title position x, y : Select the position where the camera name will be displayed.
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NETWORK SETUP
Interface
2. Click <Interface>.
3. Set the <Interface> and <IPv6 setup>
as necessary.
y IP type : Select an IP connection type.
- Manual : Specify the IP address,
Subnet mask, Gateway, DNS1,
and DNS2.
- DHCP : Specify the DNS1 and DNS2.
- PPPoE : Specify the DNS1, DNS2,
Name and Password.
 If you set it to <Manual>, you should specify the IP, Subnet mask, Gateway, DNS 1 & 2 manually.
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
MAC address : Shows the MAC address.
IP address : Displays the current IP address.
Subnet mask : Displays the <Subnet mask> for the set IP.
Gateway : Displays the <Gateway> for the set IP.
DNS1/DNS2 : Displays the DNS(Domain Name Service) server address.
IPv6 use : Specify the use of IPv6.
Mode : If you select <IPv6 use>, the mode is enabled.
IPv6 address : Obtains the IPv6 address to access the IPv6 network.
4. When done, click [Apply (
J
)].
 The IP addressing system will be defaulted to DHCP. If no DHCP server is found, the previous
settings will be restored automatically.
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● SETUP SCREEN
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<Network (
setup screen
Port
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Network (
)> tab.
2. Click <Port>.
3. Type in each item in the Port menu as
necessary.
 Neither the port range between 0 and 1023
nor port 3702 is available.
y HTTP port : HTTP port used to access the camera via the web browser.
The default is 80(TCP).
y VNP port : Set a port used to transfer video signals with the Samsung protocols.
y RTSP port : Used to transfer videos in the RTSP mode; the default is 554.
y Viewer port : Used to transfer videos to the Web Viewer; the default is 4520.
y Silverlight policy port : Silverlight is used to permit to acquire a network connection; the default is 943.
 The port range of the Viewer is between 4502 and 4532. If the VNP port is with this effective
range, the Viewer port should be specified the same as the VNP port.
 You cannot change the Viewer/Silverlight policy server port of a camera.
4. When done, click [Apply (
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DDNS
DDNS is an abbreviation of Dynamic Domain Name Service that converts the IP address of
a camera into a general Host Name so that the user can easily remember it.
2. Click <DDNS>.
3. Select <DDNS>.
4. Type in the DDNS items according to
the selected type.
y Samsung DDNS : Select this if you
use the DDNS server provided by
Samsung Techwin.
y Public DDNS : Select one of provided public DDNS servers when you use a public
DDNS server.
- Host name : Enter the name of the host (i.e., host name of Dyndns) that is registered
with the DDNS server.
- User name : Enter the user name for the DDNS service. (i.e., user ID that is registered with Dyndns)
- Password : Enter the password for the DDNS service. (i.e., password that is
registered with Dyndns)
5. When done, click [Apply (
)].
Registering with DDNS
To register your product with the Samsung DDNS
1. Visit the iPOLiS web site(www.
samsungipolis.com) and sign in with a
registered account.
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● SETUP SCREEN
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<Network (
setup screen
2. From the top menu bar, select <DDNS
SERVICE>-<MY DDNS>.
3. Click [PRODUCT REGISTRATION].
4. Enter the product domain.
 You must perform the duplicate check for the
domain that you entered.
5. Select a <CLASSIFICATION> and
specify the <MODEL NUMBER>.
6. Specify the product location with a
description if necessary.
7. Click [REGISTRATION].
The product will be added to the product list that you can check.
To connect to the Samsung DDNS in camera setup
1. From the DDNS setup page, set
<DDNS> to <Samsung DDNS>.
2. Provide the <Host name> that you
registered product domain with the
DDNS site.
)].
3. Click [Apply (
When the connection is successfully
made, you will see the message of
<(Success)> on the screen.
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Configuring public DDNS in Camera Settings
1. Open the DDNS settings page and select <Public DDNS> for <DDNS>.
2. Enter the corresponding site’s host name, user name and password.
4. When done, click [Apply (
● SETUP SCREEN
)] button.
3. Click [Apply (
If the connection properly establishes, <(Success)> appears.
)].
IP filtering
You can create a list of IPs that you want to grant or deny access to them.
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Network (
)> tab.
2. Click <IP filtering>.
3. Select <Filtering type>.
y Deny : If selecting this, access from
those IPs that are added to the
filtering will be restricted.
y Allow : If selecting this, access from
only those IPs that are added to the
filtering will be accepted.
4. Provide the IP that you want to grant or
deny access from.
For IPv4, the default IP address is
0.0.0.0, and the default prefix is 32.
5. Select desired IP address to be approved or rejected from the entered IP addresses.
Only the selected IPs are filtered out.
6. When done, click [Apply (
)].
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SSL
You can select a secure connection system or install the public certificate for this purpose.
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<Network (
2. Click <SSL>.
3. Select a secure connection system.
 To access the camera using HTTPS mode,
you have to type the IP address for the camera
in the form of “https://<Camera_IP>”.
4. Search for the public certificate that you
want to install on the camera.
To install the certificate on the camera, you need to provide a certificate name (it can
be arbitrarily assigned by the user), certificate file issued from the certification authority and a key file.
 The <HTTPS (Secure connection mode using the public certificate)> item will be active only if
there exists a public certificate installed.
5. When done, click [Apply (
)].
Installing the certificate
1. Enter the certificate name.
2. Select the certificate file to be installed and certificate key, and click [Install (
button.
Deleting the certificate
1. Click [Delete (
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)]
EVENT SETUP
FTP / E-mail
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Event (
)> tab.
2. Click <FTP / E-mail>.
3. Select <FTP configuration> or
<E-mail configuration> and enter /
select a desired value.
y FTP configuration
- Server address : Enter the IP address of the FTP server that you
transfer the alarm images to.
- User ID : Enter the user ID with
which you will log in to the FTP
server.
- Password : Enter the user account password for logging into the FTP server.
- Upload directory : Specify the FTP path where you will transfer the alarm images.
- Port : The default port of the FTP server is 21; however, you can use a different
port number according to the FTP server settings.
- Passive mode : Select <On> if you need to connect in passive mode due to the
firewall or the FTP server settings.
y E-mail configuration
- Server address : Enter the IP address of the email server that you use for the
email transfer.
ex) SMTP. hotmail. com
- Use authentication : Select whether to use authorization.
- User ID : Enter the user ID for logging into the email server.
- Password : Enter the user account password for logging into the email server.
- Port : The default port of the email server is 25; however, you can use a different
port number according to the email server settings.
- Recipient : Enter the address of the email recipient.
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● SETUP SCREEN
You can configure the FTP/E-mail server settings so that you can transfer the images
stored in the camera to your PC if an event occurs.
setup screen
- Sender : Enter the address of the email sender. If the sender address is incorrect, the email from the sender may be classified as SPAM by the email server
and thus may not be sent.
- Subject : Enter a subject for your email.
- Body : Provide the text for the massage. Attach the alarm images to the email
that you are preparing.
4. When done, click [Apply (
)].
Video analysis
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Event (
)> tab.
2. Click <Video analysis>.
To set the Motion Detection
1. Select a motion detection mode.
2. Specify the use of motion detection.
3. Select a sensitivity level of the motion
detection.
4. Place the cursor at a point in the video
and drag it to whatever you need.
 You can specify up to 4 motion detection
areas.
5. Specify the <Activation time>.
y Always : Always check if an event
occurs. It activates in operated mode
when the event occurs.
y Only scheduled time : Check if an event occurs at a specified day of the week for
a specified time period. It activates in operated mode when the event occurs.
6. Specify an operation that will perform if an event occurs.
y E-mail sending : Specify the use of email transfer if an event occurs.
7. When done, click [Apply (
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To set the Intelligent Video Analysis
1. Select an Intelligent Video Analysis
mode.
● SETUP SCREEN
2. Set whether to use the Intelligent Video
Analysis function.
3. Specify the event rules.
 You can set a total of 3 rules including the
virtual line and the specified area.
4. Set whether you want to use the overlay or not.
- If you set it to <Enable>, the event
rules will be shown on the screen.
5. Select a sensitivity level of the camera’s
object detection.
6. Specify the object size.
7. Specify whether or not the event area is
displayed.
- If you set it to <On>, the suspect
area where the event occurs will be
marked in a red box.
8. Specify the activation time and activation
condition.
9. When done, click [Apply (
J
)].
 Motion Detection and Intelligent Video Analysis cannot be used simultaneously.
 If camera is capturing a close object, the video analysis capability may degrade. In the following
cases, the video analysis function may not produce a proper result on the default event and
motion detections.
-
The object color or brightness is similar to the background.
Multiple movements continue occurring at random due to a scene change or other reasons.
A fixed object continues moving in the same position.
An object hides other objects behind.
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- Two or more objects overlap or one object divides in multiple portions.
- Too fast object (for a proper detection, one object should be found overlapping between
contiguous frames).
- Reflection / blur / shadow due to a strong light such as direct sunlight, illumination, or headlamp.
- In severe snow, rain, wind or in dawn / dusk.
- A moving object comes close to the camera.
To use the IV analysis function according to the virtual line based rule
1. Set <IV analysis function> to
<Enable>.
2. Set the event rule to <Virtual line based
rules>.
3. Click a desired point in the video and
drag it to the end point. Then, the popup
window appears.
4. Select a desired <Virtual Line Based Rules>.
 You can specify up to 3 event rules for the virtual line.
y Right : A movement from left to right in the virtual line will be detected.
y Left : A movement from right to left in the virtual line will be detected.
y Both : A movement in any direction in the virtual line will be detected.
5. Click [OK].
To cancel the existing line, right-click on the line and select [Delete] in the context
menu.
6. When done, click [Apply (
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To use the IV analysis function according to the defined area based rule
1. Set <IV analysis function> to
<Enable>.
● SETUP SCREEN
2. Set the event rule to <Defined area
based rules>.
3. Click a corner point of a desired area in
the video to display the popup window.
4. Select a desired <Defined Area Based
Rules>.
 You can specify up to 3 defined area event rules.
y Entering : An event where a moving object passes through the defined area and
enters inside will be detected.
y Exiting : An event where a moving object passes through the defined area and
exits outside will be detected.
y Appearing/Disappearing : An event will be detected where an object that has not
existed in the area until the previous frame, suddenly appears or disappears in the
area without passing through the defined area.
5. Click [OK].
To cancel the specified area, right-click on the area and select [Delete] in the context
menu.
6. When done, click [Apply (
)].
To use the IV analysis function according to the whole area based rule
1. Set <IV analysis function> to
<Enable>.
2. If you set the event rule to <Entire
area based rules>, this will display the
popup window.
3. Select a desired <Entire Area Based
Rules>.
y Appearing : An event where an object
that has not existed suddenly appears will be detected.
y Disappearing : An event where an object that has existed suddenly disappears will
be detected.
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setup screen
y Scene Change : An event where the screen is changed at more than a certain time
interval will be detected.
 You can set the <Scene Change> rule along with rules : <Appearing> and <Disappearing>.
4. Click [OK].
5. When done, click [Apply (
)].
Time schedule
You can configure so that an event will occur at a scheduled time regardless of the actual
occurrence of the event.
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<Event (
)> tab.
2. Click <Time schedule>.
To set the timer event
1. Set <Timer event setup> to <Enable>.
2. Specify the <Activation time>.
y Always : Always activates in operated
mode at the set interval.
y Only scheduled time : Periodically activates in operated mode at a
specified time and date.
3. Specify the <Transfer interval>.
4. Specify the activation conditions.
y FTP sending : Specify the use of the FTP transfer if an event occurs.
5. When done, click [Apply (
54_ setup screen
)].
SYSTEM SETUP
Product information
2. Click <Product information>.
3. Check the camera information, or
provide details according to your
network environment.
y Device name : Provide a device
name that will be displayed on the
Live screen.
y Location : Specify the location where the camera is installed.
y Description : Provide detailed information about the camera location.
y Memo : Provide an explanation about the camera for better understanding.
y Language : Select a preferred language for the Web Viewer OSD.
4. When done, click [Apply (
J
)].
 Product related information only allows English for input.
Date & Time
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<System (
)> tab.
2. Click <Date & Time>.
3. Specify the time and date that will be
applied to the camera.
y Current system time : Displays the
current time settings of your system.
y Timezone : Specify the local time
zone based on the GMT.
y Use daylight saving time :
If checked, the time will be set one
hour before the local time zone for
the specified time period.
This option will be displayed only in areas where DST is applied.
English _55
● SETUP SCREEN
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<System (
setup screen
y System time setup : Specify the time and date that will be applied to your system.
- Manual : Specify the time manually.
- Synchronize with NTP server : Sync with the time of the specified server address.
- Synchronize with PC viewer : Synchronize the time with the connected PC.
4. When done, click [Apply (
J
)].
 If you select the <Synchronize with PC viewer>, the standard timezone should be set the same
as the current timezone in PC.
User
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<System (
)> tab.
2. Click <User>.
3. Provide the necessary user information.
y Administrator Password Change :
Change the password for the administrator.
y Guest setup : If <Guest access> is
allowed, the user with the guest account who accesses the web viewer
can view only the Live viewer screen.
 The ID/password for the guest account is guest/guest, which cannot be changed.
y Current users : You can change the user information and adjust the permission
level for a user who is set to <Enable>.
- Video : You can select a video profile in the Liver viewer screen.
- Controls : You can control camera menu.
4. When done, click [Apply (
56_ setup screen
)].
Upgrade / Reboot
1. From the Setup menu, select the
<System (
)> tab.
3. Select a desired item and set it
appropriately.
y Upgrade : Performs upgrading the
system.
y Factory default : Resets the system
to the factory default.
- Except network parameter : Reset
the other settings except for the interface/port/DDNS/IP filtering settings.
- All : Resets all settings including the camera settings. (however, the log
information will not be reset)
 The IP addressing system will be defaulted to DHCP if you reset the camera. If no DHCP server is
found, the previous settings will be restored automatically.
y Configuration backup & Restore : Backs up the current system settings before
performing the restoration process. The system is automatically restarts after
backup or restoration.
y Restart : Restarts the system.
To perform the upgrade
1. Click [Upgrade].
2. Click [Browse] and specify a file to
upgrade.
3. Click [Send].
4. The “Upgrade” dialog appears where
the progression will be shown in the
bottom.
M
 If you forcibly terminate the upgrade
process, upgrade will not be completed
properly.
English _57
● SETUP SCREEN
2. Click <Upgrade / Reboot>.
setup screen
To save the current settings and restore the backup settings
1. Click [Backup].
The Save As dialog should appear.
2. Specify the backup path with a proper
file name, and click [Save].
The backup file will be saved to the
specified path in the format of “.bin”.
3. To restore the backup settings, click
[Restore].
4. Select a backup file and click [Open].
M
 If you perform the backup or restoration,
the web browser will be closed and the
camera will reboots.
58_ setup screen
Log
You can check the system log or event log.
● SETUP SCREEN
1. From the Setup menu, select the
)> tab.
<System (
2. Click <Log>.
3. Select a log type.
y Syslog : You can check the system
logs where any system changes are
recorded including the time information.
y Evtlog : You can check the event logs
including the time information.
4. From the right log list, select an item to
search for.
y If you select <All> in the top left
dropdown list, all logs for the applicable log type will be displayed.
5. If one page can not display all the logs available, use the bottom buttons to move to
the previous, next, or the last item.
M
 If you want to view the details of a log, click [Info (
)] in the right column of the log; the log
information will be shown in the bottom pane.
 Each page displays 15 logs with the latest one displayed at the top.
 The event/system log list can contain up to 1000 logs; after that, the existing logs will be deleted
from the oldest one each time a new log is created.
English _59
appendix
SPECIFICATION
Description
Items
Video
Lens
60_ appendix
Imaging Device
1/3" 1.3M PS CMOS
Total Pixels
1,384(H) x 1,076(V)
Effective Pixels
1,329(H) x 1,049(V)
Scanning System
Progressive
Synchronization
-
Frequency
-
Horizontal Resolution
-
Min. Illumination
Color : 1.0 Lux (F1.8, 50IRE), 0.016 Lux (Sens up 60X)
S / N Ratio
50dB
Video Out
DIP connector
Focal Length (Zoom Ratio)
3mm
Max. Aperture Ratio
F1.8
Angular Field of View
H : 91.2°, V : 72.3°
Min. Object Distance
-
Focus Control
-
Zoom Movement Speed
-
Lens Type
Fixed Iris
Mount Type
Board Type
Description
Items
-10° ~ 10°
Pan Speed
-
Tilt Range
0° ~ 90°
Tilt Speed
-
Rotate Range
-
Preset
-
Preset Accuracy
-
Auto Tracking
-
Camera Title
Off / On (Displayed up to 15 characters)
Day & Night
-
Backlight Compensation
Off / BLC / HLC
Wide Dynamic Range
-
Contrast Enhancement
SSDR (Samsung Super Dynamic Range) (Off / On)
Digital Noise Reduction
SSNRIII (2D+3D Noise Filter) (Off / On)
Digital Image Stabilization
-
Motion Detection
Off / On (4 programmable zones)
Privacy Masking
Off / On (12 programmable zones)
Sens-up
(Frame Integration)
Off / Auto (2X ~ 60X)
● APPENDIX
Pan Range
Pan / Tilt / Rotate
Operational
English _61
appendix
Description
Items
Operational
Gain Control
Off / Low / Medium / High / Manual
White Balance
ATW / AWC / Manual / Indoor / Outdoor
Electronic Shutter Speed
Auto / A.FLK / Manual (1/30 ~ 30,000sec)
Digital Zoom
-
Flip / Mirror
Off / On
Profile
-
VPS
-
Intelligent Video Analytics
Scene Change, Virtual Line, Enter / Exit, Appear /
Disappear
PIP
-
Schedule
-
Alarm I/O
-
Remote Control Interface
-
RS-485 Protocol
-
Ethernet
RJ-45 (10/100BASE-T)
Video Compression Format
H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG
Resolution
1280x1024, 1280x720P(HD), 800x600, 640x480,
320x240
Max. Framerate
22fps (1280x1024), 30fps (720P HD)
Video Quality Adjustment
H.264/MPEG-4 : Compression Level, Target Bitrate Level
Control
Network
MJPEG : Quality Level Control
62_ appendix
Description
Items
Bitrate Control Method
H.264/MPEG-4 : CBR or VBR
MJPEG : VBR
Multiple Streaming (Up to 10 Profiles)
Audio I/O
-
Audio Compression Format
-
Audio Communication
-
IP
IPv4, IPv6
● APPENDIX
Streaming Capability
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, RTP(UDP), RTP(TCP), RTSP, NTP,
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, DHCP, PPPoE, FTP, SMTP, ICMP,
IGMP, SNMPv1/v2c/v3(MIB-2), ARP, DNS, DDNS
HTTPS(SSL) Login Authentication
Network
Security
Digest Login Authentication
IP Address Filtering
User access Log
Streaming Method
Unicast / Multicast
Max. User Access
10 users at Unicast Mode
Memory Slot
-
ONVIF Conformance
Yes
Webpage Language
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese,
Korean, Russian, Japanese, Swedish, Denish, Portuguese,
Czech, Polish, Turkish, Rumanian, Serbian, Dutch,
Croatian, Hungarian, Greek
Supported OS : Windows XP / VISTA / 7, MAC OS
Web Viewer
Supported Browser : Internet Explorer 6.0 or Higher,
Firefox, Chrome, Safari
Central Management Software
NET-i viewer
English _63
appendix
Description
Items
Environmental
Operating Temperature /
Humidity
-10°C ~ +50°C (+14°F ~ +122°F) / ~ 90% RH
Ingress Protection
IP66 Grade (Waterproof)
Input Voltage / Current
12V DC, PoE(IEEE802.3af)
Power Consumption
Max. 6W
Color / Material
Body : Ivory / Aluminum
Dimensions (WxHxD)
W125.2 x H52 x D115.2mm
Weight
435g
Electrical
Mechanical
64_ appendix
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
115.2mm
● APPENDIX
52mm
125.2mm
English _65
appendix
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
y Check to make sure that the camera’s Network settings are appropriate.
y Check to make sure that all network cables have been connected
properly.
I can’t access the camera from a
web browser.
y If connected using DHCP, verify that the camera is able to acquire
dynamic IP addresses without any problem.
y If connected using a DDNS URL, verify that the MAC address has been
properly entered.
y If the camera is connected to a Broadband Router, verify that port
forwarding is properly configured.
y Connected Viewers become disconnected upon any change to camera or
network configurations.
Viewer got disconnected during
monitoring.
y Check all network connections.
I cannot connect to the system
using a tab browser of Internet
Explorer 7.0.
y When you try to connect to the system using a tab browser, the same
cookie information is shared, resulting in errors when connected.
Therefore, instead of using a tab browser, open a new browser window
to connect to the system.
The camera connected to the
network is not detected in the IP
installer program.
y Turn off the firewall settings on your PC and then search the camera
again.
Images overlap.
y Check whether two or more cameras are set to a single multicast address
instead of different addresses. If a single address is used for multiple
cameras, the images may overlap.
No image appears.
y If the transmission method is set to multicast, check whether there is a
router that supports multicast in the LAN the camera is connected to.
66_ appendix
y If the camera is connected over an PPPoE network, it’ s possible for
Viewer to disconnect under poor network conditions.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
y Verify the settings in the following sequence:
Can <Set Rules> be configured
even when the <IV analysis
function> is set to <Disable>?
y Yes, it can be. You can set rules for events despite of the intelligent
video analysis setting.
A. Check <Data & Time> settings.
B. The <IV analysis function> should be set to <Enable>.
C. Alarm Video Transmission must be enabled.
English _67
● APPENDIX
No JPEG file is transferred via
e-mail on occurrence of intelligent
video analysis event of camera
even when the <IV analysis
function> is set to <Enable>.
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Output-Compression, URL-Rewriting and many more) make lighttpd the perfect webserversoftware for every server that suffers load problems.
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