Moxa Technologies VPort 351 Installation guide

MOXA Industrial Video Encoder
VPort 351 Series
Quick Installation Guide
Third Edition, May 2007
Moxa Networking Co., Ltd.
Tel: +886-2-8919-1230
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Overview
The VPort 351 is a high performance, 1-channel industrial video encoder that
provides up to full D1 (720 x 480) @ 30 FPS video performance. The VPort
351 is designed to support multi-codecs, including MJPEG and MPEG4
algorithms. In addition, a continuous video pre/post event-trigger video record
function is supported to enhance video surveillance systems.
The VPort 351 has many of the same industrial-grade features as other MOXA
products, including DIN-rail mounting, 24 VAC/VDC redundant power inputs,
-40 to 75°C operating temperature (“-T” models), and IP30 protection for
industrial mission-critical applications. But most importantly, the VPort 351
meets critical industrial safety standards and approvals, such as UL508, and
Class 1, Div.2, making the encoder especially well suited for transportation,
utility, and manufacturing systems.
Package Checklist
The MOXA VPort 351 is shipped with the following items. If any of these
items are missing or damaged, please contact your customer service
representative for assistance.
y 1 × VPort 351
y 1 × 6-pin terminal block for one power input and 2 DIs
y 1 × 8-pin terminal block for the other power input and 2 relay outputs
y 1 × 5-pin terminal block for RS-232/422/485 PTZ control port
y Quick Installation Guide
y Document & Software CD (includes User’s Manual, Quick Installation
Guide, MOXA IVN Solution Datasheet, and VPort Utility)
y Warranty Statement
NOTE Please check the model name on the VPort’s side label to verify
that the model name is correct for your order.
NOTE This product must be installed in compliance with your local laws
and regulations.
Features
High Performance Video/Audio Networking Solution
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
Works with NTSC/PAL analog video cameras
Supports MPEG4/MJPEG video compression technology
1 BNC video input and 1 BNC video output with 75Ω resistance
1 audio input and 1 audio output for 2-way voice communication
Standard RTSP (real-time streaming protocol) for easy integration
Multicast (IGMP) protocols for efficient network transmission
QoS (TOS) for priority transmission
PPPoE and DDNS for xDSL connection
Supports SNMP V3 for network management
Built-in web server and RS-232 console for remote access & configuration
1 auto-sensing 10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet port or 100baseFX (SC
connector)
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TCP, UDP, and HTTP network transmission modes
Allows simultaneous access of up to 10 clients
Set video quality to CBR (constant bit rate) or VBR (variable bit rate)
Full D1, 4CIF, VGA, QVGA, and CIF video resolution supported
Timestamp and text overlay supported
RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 COM port for controlling PTZ (PAN/TILT/ZOOM)
motorized camera
y UPnP and IP filtering supported
Industrial Rugged Design
y Two 12/24 VDC and 24 VAC redundant power inputs with LED indicators
y -40 to 75°C operating temperature for critical industrial environments (“-T”
models)
y 35 mm DIN-rail mounting or panel mounting installation (with optional
accessories)
y IP30 protection
y Class 1, Div.2 hazardous certification for critical environments (pending)
Intelligent Alarm Trigger
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Built-in Video Motion Detection (VMD)
Equipped with 2 DIs and 2 relays (DO) for external sensors and alarms
Recorded video provided for pre/post alarm
Snapshot images provided for pre, trigger, and post alarm
Sequential snapshot images supported
Messages with snapshot images can be sent via FTP or Email
Configure alarm activation schedule
Video Management and Control
y MOXA SoftDVR™ Lite IP Surveillance Software for viewing and
recording bundled free
y Free MOXA IVN SDK supported with flexible interface and sample codes
for customized applications or system integration
NOTE MJPEG, PPPoE, DDNS, QoS, and SNMP will be supported
starting with the release of V2.0 firmware. Please check MOXA’s
website for updates about new firmware releases.
NOTE A version of SoftDVR Lite that supports the VPort 351 will be
released on MOXA’s website soon. Please check MOXA’s website
for updates about new firmware releases.
NOTE If you are interested in the MOXA IVN SDK, please go to
MOXA’s website to download the software, or contact a MOXA
sales representative for more information.
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VPort 351 Panel Layout
VPort 351
Front Panel View
VPort 351-M-SC
Front Panel View
8
7
9
10
11
12
1
16
1
2
2
13
14
17
15
18
Top Panel View
1
4
RS-232
CONSOLE
V1, V2: 12-32 VDC
12-30 VAC
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
2
5.
6
6.
7.
8.
9.
3
10.
Rear Panel View
19
11.
12.
13.
14.
20
15.
16.
17.
19
18.
19.
20.
Grounding screw
RS-232 console port
Hardware reset button
6-pin terminal block for DI 1, DI 2,
power input 2 (PWR2)
8-pin terminal block for Relay 1, Relay
2, power input 1 (PWR1)
Heat dissipation orifices
LEDs for STAT, PWR1, PWR2, FAULT
LEDs for VIDEO, AUDIO TEST, PTZ
AUDIO OUTPUT port for external
speaker
AUDIO INPUT port for mic-in and
line-in connection
5-pin terminal block for RS-232/422/
485 connection
BNC port for video input
AUDIO TEST DIP switch for testing
audio input signal (default is off)
75Ω DIP switch for analog video signal
transmission with 75Ω resistance
(default is on)
BNC port for loop-through video output
RJ45 10/100BaseTX Ethernet Port with
10 Mbps, 100 Mbps LEDs
100BaseFX Fiber optic port with 100
Mbps LED
Model name
Screw hole for wall mounting kit
DIN-Rail mounting kit
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First-Time Installation and
Configuration
Before installing the VPort 351 video encoder, check to make sure that all
items in the Package Checklist are in the box. In addition, you will need to use
a notebook or PC equipped with an Ethernet port.
Step 1: Select the Power Source
The VPort 351 can be powered by a DC power input from 12 to 32 VDC, or an
AC power input from 18 to 30 VAC. Two power inputs are provided for
redundancy. Users can check the LED status located on the front panel to see if
the power inputs are connected appropriately. If one of the power inputs fails,
the FAULT LED will illuminate in red.
NOTE The VPort 351 has 2 power inputs for redundancy. Each power
input supports 12 to 32 VDC for a 12/24 VDC power input, or 18
to 30 VAC for a 24 VAC power input. This differs from MOXA’s
EDS switches, which support a 12 to 45 VDC power input.
Step 2: Connect the VPort 351 to the Network
The VPort 351 has an auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps RJ45 Ethernet port, or 100
Mbps fiber optic port (multi mode or single mode) for network connectivity.
Both the RJ45 port and fiber optic port have separate LEDs for 10 Mbps and
100 Mbps connection activity.
Step 3: Connect the VPort 351 to a camera and an audio source
The VPort 351 has a VIDEO INPUT port and a loop-through VIDEO
OUTPUT port with a 75Ω resistance dip switch. Users should use the BNC
connector and coaxial cable to connect the video camera to the VPort to input
analog video signals, and connect the monitor or DVR with the VPort to output
analog signals (note that the 75Ω resistance should be turned to off when the
video output is enabled).
The VPort 351 has 1 audio input and 1 audio output. A microphone or an
amplifier can be plugged directly into the AUDIO INPUT port; a speaker can
be plugged into the AUDIO OUTPUT port.
NOTE A VIDEO LED is located on the front panel to indicate the video
signal transmission status for the video input. Users can check the
LED status to see if the video is working properly.
Step 4: Connecting the VPort 351 to a motorized PTZ camera/device
If you are using a PTZ camera or device, you need to connect the PTZ control
cable to the VPort 351’s PTZ port. The PTZ port is a 5-pin terminal block for
RS-232/422/485 serial connection. The pin assignments are shown below.
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
RS-422/485
Ground
GND
RxRRx+
R+
Tx-/ DataT-\DTx+/ Data+
T+\D+
GND
--RxD
--TxD
RS-232
Ground
N/A
RxD
N/A
TxD
To enable PTZ control, configure the PTZ control protocol in the web-based
manager.
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NOTE The PTZ control protocol is not standardized. To use a particular
PTZ control protocol, the video server must support the driver for
that protocol. Currently, the VPort 351 supports PTZ control
protocol drivers for:
1. Pelco D
2. DynaColor SmartDome (supported by V2.0 firmware)
If you need to use a protocol that is not on the list, you will need to
contact the manufacturer of the camera to get the PTZ control
commands, and then program its PTZ control in the VPort 351’s
Custom Camera function.
NOTE The VPort 351 comes with a PTZ driver upload function for
implementing new PTZ drivers. Please contact a MOXA sales
representative if you need assistance from MOXA’s R&D
department to create a new PTZ driver.
Step 5: Configure the VPort 351’s IP address
After powering on the VPort 351, wait a few seconds for the POST (Power On
Self Test) to run. The STAT LED turns green to indicate that the POST process
has completed. The IP address will be assigned when the 10 or 100 Mbps
NETWORK LED blinks. The IP address assigned after the POST is completed
depends on the network environment.
Network Environment with DHCP Server
In this case, the IP address of the VPort 351 is assigned by a DHCP Server.
Use the DHCP Server’s IP address table, or use the MOXA VPort utility to
determine the IP address that was assigned by the DHCP Server.
NOTE After powering on the VPort 351, wait a few seconds for the POST
(Power On Self Test) to run. The IP address will be assigned when
the 10 or 100 Mbps NETWORK LED blinks.
Using the VPort Utility
1. Run the VPort_Utility.exe program to search for the VPort . After the
VPort Utility window opens, you may also click on the Search button to
initiate a search.
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2.
When the search has finished, the Model Name, IP address, MAC address,
Serial (i.e., serial number), and HTTP Port of the VPort will be listed in
the VPort Utility window.
NOTE Serial refers to the production serial number of this VPort, and the
HTTP Port number is the http port used by this VPort.
3.
Double click on the selected VPort, or use the IE web browser to access
the VPort’s web-based manager (web server).
Network Environment without DHCP Server
If your VPort 351 is connected to a network that does not have a DHCP server,
then you will need to configure the IP address manually. The default IP address
of the VPort 351 is 192.168.127.100 and the default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0. Note that you may need to change your computer’s IP address
and subnet mask so that the computer is on the same subnet as the VPort.
To change the IP address of VPort manually, access the VPort’s web server,
and then navigate to the System Configuration Æ Network Æ General page
to configure the IP address and other network settings. Checkmark Use fixed
IP address to ensure that the IP address you assign is not deleted each time the
VPort is restarted.
Step 6: Logging in to the VPort 351 web-based manager
Type the IP address in the web browser’s address input box and then press
enter.
Step 7: Installing the ActiveX Control Plug-in
A security warning message will appear the first time you access the VPort’s
web-based manager. The message is related to installing the VPort AcitveX
Control component to your PC or notebook. Click on Yes to install this plug-in
to enable the IE web browser for viewing video images.
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NOTE For Windows XP SP2 or above operating systems, the ActiveX
Control component will be blocked for system security reasons. In
this case, the VPort’s security warning message window may not
appear. Users should unblock the ActiveX control function or
disable the security configuration to enable the installation of
VPort’s ActiveX Control component.
Step 8: Accessing the Homepage of the VPort 351’s web-based manager
After installing the ActiveX Control component, the homepage of the VPort
351’s web-based manager will appear. Check the following items to make sure
the system was installed properly:
1.
2.
3.
Video Images
Audio Sound (make sure your PC’s or notebook’s sound is turned on)
Video Information
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Step 9: Accessing VPort’s System Configuration
Click on System Configuration to access the overview of the system
configuration to change the configuration. Model Name, Server Name, IP
Address, MAC Address, Firmware Version, and LED Status appear in the
green bar near the top of the page. Use this information to check the system
information and installation.
For details of each configuration, check the User’s Manual on the software CD.
NOTE After accessing the VPort 351’s web-based manager,
administrators should access System Configuration Æ System Æ
Account to set up the administrator’s password and enable the
authentication function. The administrator account name is admin.
An authentication window will pop up requesting the account name
and password each time the VPort 351 is accessed.
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Mounting Dimensions
30.00
40.00
13.10
9.00
15.10
25.40
135.00
135.00
35.00
DlN-Rail
DlN-Rail Kit
Front View
105.00
Side View
3.5
6
57.05
66.80
25.29
6
39.54
10
10
5
18
13
46.61
27.20
48.30
13
7.75
30.50
7.75
23.56
DlN-Rail Kit
13.9
Rear View
18.2
13.9
Wall Mounting Kit
DIN-Rail Mounting
The aluminum DIN-Rail attachment plate should already be attached to the
back panel of the VPort 351 when you take it out of the box. If you need to
reattach the DIN-Rail attachment plate to the VPort 351, make sure the stiff
metal spring is situated towards the top, as shown in the figures below.
STEP 2:
STEP 1:
Insert the top of the DIN-Rail into the The DIN-Rail attachment unit will snap
slot just below the stiff metal spring. into place as shown below.
metal
spring
metal
spring
DIN-Rail
DIN-Rail
Reverse Steps 1 and 2 above to remove the VPort 351 from the DIN-Rail.
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Wall Mounting (Optional)
Follow the steps below to mount the VPort 351 on a wall or panel.
STEP 1:
Remove the aluminum DIN-Rail attachment plate from the VPort 351, and
then attach the wall mount plates, as shown in the diagrams below.
Top
plate
⇒
Bottom
plate
STEP 2:
Mounting the VPort 351 on the wall requires 4 screws. Use
the VPort 351, with wall mount plates attached, as a guide to
6.0 mm
mark the correct locations of the 4 screws. The heads of the
screws should be less than 6.0 mm in diameter, and the
shafts should be less than 3.5 mm in diameter, as shown in
the figure at the right.
3.5 mm
Do not screw the screws in all the way—leave a space of
about 2 mm to allow room for sliding the wall mount panel
between the wall and the screws.
NOTE
Test the screw head and shank size by inserting the screw into one
of the keyhole shaped apertures of the Wall Mounting Plates,
before it is screwed into the wall.
STEP 3:
Once the screws are fixed in the wall, insert
the four screw heads through the large parts of
the keyhole-shaped apertures, and then slide
VPort 351 downwards, as indicated in the
figure. Tighten the four screws for added
stability.
1
1
2
2
Wiring Requirements
ATTENTION
Safety First!
Be sure to disconnect the power cord before installing and/or
wiring your MOXA VPort 351.
Calculate the maximum possible current in each power wire and
common wire. Observe all electrical codes dictating the
maximum current allowable for each wire size.
If the current goes above the maximum ratings, the wiring could
overheat, causing serious damage to your equipment.
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You should also pay attention to the following:
y Use separate paths to route wiring for power and devices. If power wiring
and device wiring paths must cross, make sure the wires are perpendicular
at the intersection point.
NOTE: Do not run signal or communications wiring and power wiring in
the same wire conduit. To avoid interference, wires with different signal
characteristics should be routed separately.
y You can use the type of signal transmitted through a wire to determine
which wires should be kept separate. The rule of thumb is that wiring that
shares similar electrical characteristics can be bundled together.
y Keep input wiring and output wiring separated.
y It is strongly advised that you label wiring to all devices in the system when
necessary.
Grounding the VPort 351
Grounding and wire routing help limit the effects of noise due to
electromagnetic interference (EMI). Run the ground connection from the
ground screw to the grounding surface prior to connecting devices.
ATTENTION
This product is intended to be mounted to a well-grounded
mounting surface such as a metal panel.
Wiring the Redundant Power Inputs
The VPort 351 has two power inputs, labeled PWR1 and PWR2, on the 6-pin
and 8-pin terminal block connectors. Top and front views of the terminal block
connectors are shown in the following figures.
V1- V1+
V2- V2+
PWR1
PWR2
V1- V1+
V2- V2+
PWR1
PWR2
STEP 1: Insert the negative/positive
DC or AC wires into the V-/V+
terminals.
STEP 2: To keep the DC or AC wires
from pulling loose, use a small
flat-blade screwdriver to tighten the
wire-clamp screws on the front of the
terminal block connector.
STEP 3: Insert the plastic terminal
block connector prongs into the
terminal block receptor, which is
located on VPort 351’s top panel.
ATTENTION
The power for this product is intended to be supplied by a Listed
Power Unit, with output marked LPS, and rated to deliver 12 to 32
VDC at a maximum of 740 mA, or 18 to 30 VAC at a maximum of
890 mA.
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Wiring the Relay Output
RELAY 2
RELAY 1
Normal Open
Common
Normal Close
The VPor 351 has two sets of relay
outputs, labeled RELAY 1 and
RELAY 2, located on the 8-pin
terminal block connector. Each relay
output uses 3 of the contacts on the
8-pin terminal block. The terminal
block is located on the VPor 351’s top
panel.
The relay output can be configured for:
1. System alarm: power failure or disconnected network
2. Event alarm: VMD (Video Motion Detection), video loss, and Digital
Inputs
ATTENTION
The maximum current and power capacity of the relay output is 24
VDC @ 1A. Please be careful not to exceed this power
specification.
ATTENTION
Before connecting the VPort to the DC/AC power inputs, make
sure the DC power source voltage is stable.
Wiring the Digital Inputs
The VPort 351 has two digital inputs, labeled DI1 and DI2. Each DI consists of
two contacts of the 6-pin terminal block connector located on the VPort’s top
panel. Top and front views of one of the terminal block connectors are shown
here.
I1
DI1
I1
DI1
I2
DI2
I2
DI2
STEP 1: Insert the negative
(ground)/positive DI wires into the ┴
/I1 terminals.
STEP 2: To keep the DI wires from
pulling loose, use a small flat-blade
screwdriver to tighten the wire-clamp
screws on the front of the terminal
block connector.
STEP 3: Insert the plastic terminal
block connector prongs into the
terminal block receptor, which is
located on the VPort 351’s top panel.
Communication Connections
VPort 351 models have one RJ45 console port (RS-232 interface), and 1
10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet port or 1 100BaseFX (SC-type connector) fiber port.
RS-232 Connection
VPort 351 has one RS-232 (10-pin RJ45) console port, located on the top panel.
Use either an RJ45-to-DB9 or RJ45-to-DB25 cable (see the cable following
wiring diagrams) to connect VPort 351’s console port to your PC’s COM port.
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You may then use a console terminal program, such as MOXA PComm
Terminal Emulator, to access VPort 351’s console configuration utility.
RJ45 (10-pin) Console Port Pinouts
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
-----DSR
-----GND
TxD
RxD
GND
-----DTR
------
1
10
RJ45 (10-pin) to DB9 (F) Cable Wiring
Moxa
EtherDevice
Server
COM Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
Female DB9
Connector
Cable Wiring
1
DCD
2
DSR
3
RTS
GND 4/7
5
TxD
6
RxD
8
CTS
9
DTR
1
6
7
5
3
2
8
4
DCD
DTR
CTS
GND
RxD
TxD
RTS
DSR
RJ45 (10-pin) to DB25 (F) Cable Wiring
Moxa
EtherDevice
Server
COM Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
Female DB25
Connector
Cable Wiring
1
DCD
2
DSR
3
RTS
GND 4/7
5
TxD
6
RxD
8
CTS
9
DTR
8
6
4
7
2
3
5
20
DCD
DTR
CTS
GND
RxD
TxD
RTS
DSR
10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet Port Connection
The 10/100BaseT(X) port located on the VPort 351’s front panel is used to
connect to Ethernet-enabled devices.
The following table shows pinouts for both MDI (NIC-type) ports and MDI-X
(HUB/Switch-type) ports. We also show cable wiring diagrams for
straight-through and cross-over Ethernet cables.
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MDI Port Pinouts
Pin
Signal
1
Tx+
2
Tx3
Rx+
6
Rx-
MDI-X Port Pinouts
Pin
Signal
1
Rx+
2
Rx3
Tx+
6
Tx-
8-pin RJ45
1
8
RJ45 (8-pin) to RJ45 (8-pin) Straight-Through Cable Wiring
Straight-Through Cable
Switch Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
VPort Ethernet
Port
RJ45
Connector
Cable Wiring
3
6
1
2
3
6
1
2
Rx+
RxTx+
Tx-
RJ45 (8-pin) to RJ45 (8-pin) Cross-Over Cable Wiring
Cross-Over Cable
VPort Ethernet
Port
NIC Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
(Rx+)
(Rx-)
(Tx+)
(Tx-)
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
RJ45
Connector
Cable Wiring
3
6
1
2
1
2
3
6
Rx+
RxTx+
Tx-
(Tx+)
(Tx-)
(Rx+)
(Rx-)
100BaseFX Ethernet Port Connection
The concept behind the SC port and cable is easy to understand. Since optical
signals do not require a circuit to transmit data, one cable is used to transmit
data and one cable is used to receive data, providing full-duplex transmission.
Remember to connect the Tx (transmit) port of device I to the Rx (receive) port
of device II, and the Rx (receive) port of device I to the Tx (transmit) port of
device II. If you make your own cable, we suggest labeling the two sides of the
same line with the same letter (A-to-A and B-to-B, as shown below, or
A1-to-A2 and B1-to-B2).
SC-Port Pinouts
SC-Port to SC-Port Cable Wiring
A
A
B
B
Tx
Cable Wiring
Rx
A
B
A
B
PTZ Port
A PTZ port is located on the VPort 351’s front panel. The port is used to
connect to a PTZ motorized camera or device, so that the camera or device can
be controlled from the VPort over the IP network. The PTZ port supports
RS-232 or RS-422/485 signals through the terminal block. The PTZ port pin
assignments are shown in the following table.
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Pin Assignment
PIN RS-422/485 RS-232
1
GND
GND
2
R--3
R+
RxD
4
T-\D--5
T+\D+
TxD
1
2
3
4
5
LED Indicators
Several LED indicators are located on the front panel of the VPort 351. The
function of each LED is described in the table below.
LED
Color
RED
STAT
GREEN
PWR1
PWR2
FAULT
VIDEO
AUDIO
TEST
State
ON
FLASH
ON
Software initialization
System boot-up
FLASH
Firmware upgrade proceeding
On
Power is being supplied to power
input PWR1
Off
Power is not being supplied to
power input PWR1
On
Power is being supplied to power
input PWR2
Off
Power is not being supplied to
power input PWR2
On
Three conditions could cause the
LED to light up:
1. One of the 2 power inputs is
disconnected.
2. Video loss
3. Network disconnected
Users can modify the settings on
the system configuration system
alarm page.
Off
Both power inputs are connected
and working, or there is no video
loss, or the network disconnected
alarm is silent (if it is activated).
On
Video signal is detected
Off
Video signal is not detected
On
Audio input signal is looped-back
directly to the audio output phone
jack for audio installation test
(AUDIO TEST DIP switch on the
front panel must be switched to
ON)
Off
Playback the remote client audio
to audio output phone jack
AMBER
AMBER
RED
GREEN
Description
Hardware initialization
GREEN
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PTZ
On
RS-232 or RS-485 signals are
being transmitted
Off
RS-232 or RS-485 signals are not
being transmitted or have not been
detected
GREEN
Hardware Reset
A recessed RESET button is provided for restoring the system to the factory
default settings. When the system fails to install properly, or operates
abnormally, push the RESET button located on the top panel of the VPort 351
to restore the factory defaults.
To restore the VPort 351 to the factory default settings, use a pointed object,
such as a straightened paper clip or toothpick, to press the reset button
continuously. When the STAT LED blinks in red, release the reset button. At
this point, the POST process will run, and the VPort will reboot. The STAT
LED will light in green when the VPort has finished rebooting.
Specifications
Video
Video Compression
MPEG4, MJPEG*
(*MJPEG will be supported after the release of
the V2.0 firmware)
Video Input
1, BNC Connector
Video Output
1, Loop-through BNC Connector
NTSC/PAL
Auto-sensing or Manual
Video Resolution and FPS (Frames per second):
NTSC
PAL
Size
Max. FPS
Size
Max. FPS
QVGA
30
25
320 x 240
320 x 288
CIF
30
25
352 x 240
352 x 288
VGA
30
25
640 x 480
640 x 480
4CIF*
30
25
704 x 480
704 x 576
Full D1 720 x 480
30
25
720 x 576
* 4CIF will be supported after the release of the V2.0 firmware.
Video Viewing
y Adjustable image size and quality
y Timestamp and text overlay
Audio
Audio Input
1 Line-in or MIC-in, 3.5 mm phone jack
Audio Output
1 Line-out, 3.5 mm phone jack
Network
Protocols
TCP, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, Telnet, NTP,
DNS, DHCP, UPnP, RTP, RTSP, ICMP,
IGMPv3, SNMPv3*, PPPoE*, DDNS*
(SNMP, PPPoE, and DDNS will be supported
after the release of the V2.0 firmware)
Ethernet
1 10/100BaseT(X) auto negotiating RJ45 port, or
1 100BaseFX fiber port (SC connector)
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Serial Port
PTZ port
Console port
GPIO
Digital Inputs
Relay Outputs
LED Indicators
STAT
PWR1
PWR2
FAULT
VIDEO
AUDIO TEST
PTZ
Power
Inputs
Consumption
Mechanical
Casing
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
Installation
Environmental
Operating Temperature
1 RS-232 or RS-422/485 Terminal Block
connector; Max. speed of 115.2 Kbps
1 RS-232 RJ45 port
2, max. 8 mA
“High”: +13V to +30V
“Low”: -30V to +3V
2 (max. 24 VDC @ 1A)
Indicates if the system booted properly
Power 1
Power 2
Can be configured to correspond to system alarm,
power failure, video loss, or disconnected
network
Video input signal active
Audio input signal in test mode
PTZ control signal active
Two 12/ 24 VDC or 24 VAC for redundancy
Near 8W
IP30 protection, metal case
52.98 x 135 x 105 mm (2.09 x 5.31 x 4.13 in)
960 g
DIN-Rail or wall mounting
0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
-40 to 75°C (-40 to 167°F) for -T models
-40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature
Ambient Relative
Humidity
Regulatory Approvals
Safety
UL 508 (Pending)
Hazardous Location
UL/cUL Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and
D (Pending), ATEX Class I, Zone 2, EEx nC IIC
(Pending)
EMI
FCC Part 15, CISPR (EN55022) class A
EMS
EN61000-4-2 (ESD), Level 2
EN61000-4-3 (RS), Level 3
EN61000-4-4 (EFT), Level 3
EN61000-4-5 (Surge), Level 3
EN61000-4-6 (CS), Level 3
EN61000-4-8
EN61000-4-11
EN61000-4-12
Shock
IEC60068-2-27
Freefall
IEC60068-2-32
Vibration
IEC60068-2-6
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MTBF
160,000 hours
WARRANTY
5 years
Alarm Features
y Pre/Post alarm video recording (9 MB memory)
y Video motion detection with sensitivity tuning
y Daily repeat timing schedule
y JPEG snapshots for pre/trigger/post alarm images
y Automatic transfer of stored images by email or FTP with event-triggered
actions
PAN/TILT/ZOOM
y PTZ camera control through RS-232/422/485
y Supported devices and protocols:
Dynacolor SmartDOME (supported by V2.0 firmware), Pelco D-protocol,
Custom Camera
y PTZ driver upload
Security
y User level password protection
y IP address filtering
Recommended System Requirements
y Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz or above
y 512 MB memory or above
y Windows XP/2000 with SP4 or above
y Internet Explorer 6.x or above
y DirectX 9.0c or above
Software Bundled Free
MOXA SoftDVR Lite
1- to 4-ch IP Surveillance Software for viewing &
recording (please check the release information
on Moxa’s website)
MOXA Internet Services
Customer satisfaction is our number one concern. To ensure that customers
receive the full benefit of our products, Moxa has set up on-line support
services to provide technical support, driver updates, product information, and
user’s manual updates.
E-mail for technical support:
support@moxa.com
support@usa.moxa.com
(Worldwide)
(The Americas)
Website for up-to-date product information:
www.moxa.com
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