Mitsubishi Electric NM-C150SD Operating instructions

This unit complies with the requirements of the EC Directive 2004/108/EC,
“EMC Directive”. The requirements for the susceptibility according to EN
55024 and the requirements for interference according to EN 55022 are
observed for the operation on residential areas, business, light industrial
premises and in small scale enterprises, inside as well as outside of the
building. All places of operation are characterized by their connection to the
public low voltage power supply system.
Warning
This is class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
Interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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the directive 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for endusers and Annex II.
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Please, dispose of this equipment, batteries and accumulators correctly at
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Please, help us to conserve the environment we live in!
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
/1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
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 product 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 prongs 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 thy exit from
the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
13. 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.
14. 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.
15. Use Certified/Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
16. Don‟t remove the outer covering of this unit.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 — Introduction ……………………………………………………………….. 1
1.1 Features ………………………………………………………………………………………... 1
Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration ………………………………….………. 3
2.1 Package Contents ………………………………………………………………………..…… 3
2.2 Basic Configuration of Fastrax X18 Network Dome Camera System …………………… 5
2.3 Setting Network Dome Camera Termination ………………………………………………… 6
2.4 Setting Network Dome Camera Address (ID) ……………………………………………… 6
2.5 Setting Network Dome Camera Protocol …………………………………………………… 6
2.6 Connections ……………………………………………………………………………………. 6
Connecting to the RS-485 ……………………………………………………………………… 6
Connecting Video out connector ……………………………………………………………… 6
Connecting Alarms ……………………………………………………………………………… 6
Connecting the Network ………………………………………………………………………. 7
Connecting the Power ………………………………………………………………………… 7
2.7 Dome Network Camera IP Assignment ……………………………………………………… 7
2.8 Getting Started ………………………………………………………………………………… 8
Chapter 3 — Operation by Web Browser …………………………………..…………. 9
3.1 Accessing the Network Dome Camera by Web Browser …………………..……………… 9
3.2 Real-Time Monitoring …………………………….…….……………….………………………. 9
3.3 Network Dome Camera Setting ……………………………………………………………. 10
3.3.1 Video Setting …………………………………………….………………………………. 10
3.3.2 Audio Setting ……………………………………….…………………………………… 12
3.3.3 Alarm Setting ……………………………………..……………………………………… 13
3.3.4 PTZ Setting ……………………………………………………………………............. 16
3.3.5 System Setting ………………………………………..………………………………… 19
3.4 Help ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 27
Chapter 4 — Appendix …………………………………………………………………. 28
4.1 Product Specifications ………………………………..……………………………………..… 28
4.2 Troubleshooting ………………………………..……………………………………….……… 29
4.3 Glossary ………………………….………………….……………………………..…….…… 29
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Chapter 1 — Introduction
1.1 FEATURES
The Fastrax X18 Network Dome Camera, PC Software makes up the building blocks for any
surveillance/security system. And Multiple Network Dome Cameras, no place is too large for
monitoring. Extensible and flexible architecture facilitates remote control functions for a variety of
external switching devices such as multiplexers and DVRs.
 Built-in 18x times optical power zoom camera with True Night Shot function.
 Full frame rate up to D1 (25fps@720x576) resolution compatible with MPEG4 standard.
 80 Preset positions.
 8 Tours consist of Preset, Auto-Scan and other Tours can be programmed with over
300 functions and Preset location. While moving, each Preset scan can be watched in smooth
Vector Scan mode.
 8 Auto Scans including vector scan and 1 Endless Auto-Scan.
 8 Privacy zones.
 2 Alarm inputs / 1 Aux outs (NC & NO).
 Variable speed from 0.1/sec to 90/sec.
Turbo speed is Max 360/sec with Ctrl key pressed.
Pan / Tilt speed is inversely proportional to the zoom ratio.
Maximum speed is 380/sec when preset command.
 Programmable user preferences (alarm, preset, title, etc.).
 Up to 999 selectable camera addresses (Setting up by PC Software).
 Built-in RS-485 receiver driver.
 Built-in power-line surge protection and lightning protection.
 Built-in network interface (10Base-T/100Base-TX) for remote monitoring by PC.
 Interface protocol : TCP/IP, HTTP, UDP, DHCP, RTP, RTSP, SMTP, DDNS.
 Clear bubble with black liner (shelter) for concealing the camera.
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Alarm
Input 1
Alarm
Output
up to 2
<Sensor>
<Siren>
<Flashing Light>
Up to 254 Camera
PC Program
[ Figure 1 – Typical System Configuration ]
push
bubble ring ass'y
remove camera window
screw
push
remove window
assemble bubble ring ass'y
[ Figure 2 – Assemble bubble ring ass’y ]
Note: It is recommended to remove camera window for improving picture quality when
you use bubble ring ass’y.
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Chapter 2 — Installation and Configuration
2.1 Package Contents
The package contains the following.
Network Dome Camera ………………………….………………………………………………1
Bubble Ring ……………………………………………………………….………..………………1
Quick Guide ……………………………..…………………………………..……………………1
Assembly Screws for Attaching Fastrax X18 Network Camera ………….…………………3
Plastic Anchor …………………………………………………………………...…………………3
Plate Adaptor ………………………………………………………..……………………………1
I/O Cable …………………………………………………………..………………………………1
CD …………………………………………………………..………….…..………………………1
Cable Clamping Band .….…………….………………………………………………………....1
The Network Dome Camera is for use in surface mounting applications and the mounting
surface should be capable of supporting loads up to 10lb (4.5kg).
The Network Dome Camera‟s base should be attached to a structural object, such as hard
wood, wall stud or ceiling rafter that supports the weight of the Network Dome Camera.
Unlock
SURFACE(CEILING)
Plate Adaptor
Lock
Fastrax II Network Camera
Lock
[ Figure 3 – Installation ]
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[Figure 4 – Dimension]
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2.2 Basic Configuration of Fastrax X18 Network Dome Camera System
[Figure 5 – Basic installation diagram]
The Network Dome Camera must be installed by qualified service personnel in accordance
with all local and federal electrical and building codes. The system should be installed
according to Figures 5 through 10.
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[ Figure 6 – Layout of Switches ]
2.3 Setting Network Dome Camera Termination
The device which is connected at end of line, whether it be a Network Dome Camera or
keyboard controller, must have the cable for communication terminated by setting the
appropriate DIP switch. Without proper termination, there is potential for control signal errors.
Total length of the cable for communication should not exceed 1.2km.
SW1
ON KSD02H
9A 1
SW1
1
2
Terminated
ON
ON
Not terminated
OFF
OFF
2
[ Figure 7 – Setting Network Dome Camera Termination ]
2.4 Setting Network Dome Camera Address (ID)
To prevent damage, each Network Dome Camera must have a unique address (ID). When
installing multiple Network Dome Cameras using a multiplexer, it is suggested that the
Network Dome Camera address match the multiplexer port number.
If you want to set the address more than 999, you should contact the service provider.
Refer to „3.3.4 PTZ Setting‟ section for detailed information.
2.5 Setting Network Dome Camera Protocol
If a Network Dome Camera is to be installed with a Fastrax keyboard controller, select F2
protocol.
Consult service personnel if a Network Dome Camera is installed with device other than a
keyboard controller.
Refer to „3.3.4 PTZ Setting‟ section for detailed information.
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2.6 Connections
• Connecting to the RS485
The Network Dome Camera can be controlled remotely by an external device or control
system, such as a control keyboard, using RS485 half-duplex serial communications signals.
Connect Marked Rx+, Rx- to Tx+ and Tx- of the RS485 control system.
• Connecting Video out connector
Connect the video out(BNC) connector to the monitor or video input.
• Connecting Alarms
AL1 to 2 (Alarm In)
You can use external devices to signal the Network Dome Camera to react on events.
Mechanical or electrical switches can be wired to the AL (Alarm In) and GND (Ground)
connectors. See “3.3.3 Alarm Setting – Alarm In” for configuring alarm input.
GND (Ground)
NOTE: All the connectors marked GND are common.
Connect the ground side of the Alarm input and/or alarm output to the GND connector.
NC(NO) (Normal Close or Normal Open : Alarm Out)
The Network Dome Camera can activate external devices such as buzzers or lights.
Connect the device to the NC(NO) (Alarm Out) and COM (Common) connectors. See
“3.3.3 Alarm Setting – Alarm Out” for configuring alarm output.
• Connecting the Network
The Network Dome Camera supports the operation through the network. Therefore, it is
necessary to connect a standard RJ-45 cable to it. Generally a cross cable is used for
directly connection to PC, while a direct cable is used for connection to a hub.
• Connecting the Power
Connect the power of DC 12V to the Network Dome Camera.
Use certified / Listed Class 2 power supply transformer only.
2.7 DOME NETWORK CAMERA IP ASSIGNMENT
Dome Network Camera that is first connected to network basically has no IP address. So, it
is necessary to allocate the IP address of Dome Network Camera with an IP allocation
program.
Open the program folder installed with the provided CD and execute “IP Setting Utility”.
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1. MAC Address
Enter MAC address of the product for IP input.
2. IP Address
Enter IP address to use.
3. Ethernet Adapter
In case there are several network cards, select a
card to use for the operation of Dome Network
Camera.
4. Start
Allocate input IP to the Dome Network Camera to
use. When a completion message appears on “5”
Status window in several seconds or minutes,
input completes its process. You can add
additional IPs to other devices continuously.
[Figure 8 – IP Setting Utility]
2.8 Getting Started
Once installed apply power to the Network Dome Camera. The Network Dome Camera will
start a configuration sequence.
FASTRAX II E Vx.xxx
CAMERA TYPE xxxx
WAIT DOME SETTING.
INIT TILT ORGIN SET OK
INIT PAN ORGIN SET OK
INIT CAMERA SET OK
[Figure 9 – Starting Camera OSD on CRT Monitor]
PRESET No.
001 PRESET
PRESET TITLE
or AREA TITLE
INFORMATION
DISPLAY
FUNCTION
UNDER RUNNING
EMPTY DATA !
CAMERA TITLE
CAMERA ID
T001
DOMEID:0001
W→360.0,090.0
PAN & TILT ANGLE
VIEW DIRECTION
[Figure 10 – OSD Position]
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Chapter 3 — Operation by Web Browser
3.1 Connecting the Network Dome Camera by Web Browser
●Execute the Web Browser on the PC.
●Enter the Network Dome Camera address on the address window of the Web Brower and
execute it.
Ex) http://192.168.0.2/
(If the Network Dome Camera has no IP address or its IP address is wrong, users will fail to
connect the Network Dome Camera. In this case, users will have to connect the Network
Dome Camera the Web Browser after entering the IP address with the IP Utility.)
●Refer to „2.7 Network Camera IP Assignment‟ section for detailed information.
●If a security window for the ActiveX Controller installation appears, press the Confirm and
install it.
●If it is not connected in the Internet, from the CD-ROM install the ActiveX Controller by
manual operation.
3.2 Real-Time Monitoring
The monitoring screen comes in four screen modes like D1, 640 X 480, 320 X 240, and 160 X
120. Users are allowed to select the most suitable one out of those modes. Please, adjust the
mode in accordance with your PC specifications and monitoring purposes.
In case of real-time monitoring with the Web Browser, one Network Dome Camera will be
connected to just one Web Browser. However, this case is not suitable for monitoring various
screens at the same time. If users are to monitor various images at the same time, please
contact your dealer.
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□HTTP tunnel mode
When the screen is not indicated, check. (Notice: "unicast mode" only it is applied.)
If users are to control the volume of a microphone and speaker connected to a user PC, they
should adjust the user PC volume regardless of the microphone and speaker volume control
set in Network cameras.
3.3 Network Dome Camera Setting
Network Dome Camera setting is divided into video, audio, alarm, PTZ and system settings.
And the detailed screen will be provided for each setting.
3.3.1 Video Setting
The video setting is classified into Basic. The Basic menu includes a setting menu for real-time
monitoring. Its setting only is enough to complete a setting for viewing the monitoring screen.
The detailed setting menu is able to perform screen sizing, filtering, compressibility,
and brightness control.

Basic Setting

Image Appearance
Resolution
It enables users to determine a basic screen size when having an access through the
Web Browser or PC program.
The screen size control comes in four modes like D1, 640 X 480, 320 X 240, and 160 X
128. Users can reset the selected screen size anytime while monitoring the screen on a
real-time basis.
Image filter
The image filter control enables users to reinforce the image quality in a strong or weak
way. The default is "disabled.”
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Compression
When it is necessary to adjust a smooth transmission status according to network
situations, users can increase the compressibility to carry out the network transmission
stably. On the other hand, when it is necessary to maintain a detailed monitoring screen
by enhancing the image quality, users can do so by decreasing the compressibility. In
ease case, please adjust this function according to the network status and monitoring
purposes. The default is 2000(Kbps).

BCS Adjust
Brightness
The screen brightness can be adjusted from 0 to 255 stages, and the default is 128. The
brightness may differ depending on the equipment and PC monitor status.
Contrast
The screen contrast can be adjusted from 0 to 127 stages, and the default is 73.
The contrast may differ depending on the equipment and PC monitor status.
Saturation
The screen saturation can be adjusted from 0 to 127 stages, and the default is 64.
The saturation may differ depending on the equipment and PC monitor status.
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MPEG4 Video Stream
Frame rate
Upon the real-time play, users should select a frame refresh rate per second. If the rate is
high, the image will become smooth. On the other hand, if the rate is low, the image will
not be natural but it can reduce a network load.
Bit-rate control
Variable bit rate (VBR) : It refers to the type of using a variable bit rate (VBR). Increase a
bit rate for the image with much motion, and decrease a bit rate for the image with little
motion. The basic setting value is a VBR type.
Constant bit rate (CBR) : Using a constant bit rate (CBR) may guarantee a stable play.
However, if a large amount of data is not required, it may cause the waste of a
transmission rate. If a large amount of data is required, it may cause the image quality to
be decreased.
Profile
SP (Simple Profile) is available up to the CIF resolution and 384kbit/s.
ASP (Advanced Simple Profile) is available up to the 4CIF resolution and 8000kbit/s.
GOV size
Enter the GOV (group of VOP) size. If users want to have a high quality of fast image one
by one, please decrease the value. For the purpose of general monitoring, please do not
change a basic value. Such act may cause a problem to the system performance. For the
details of GOV setting, please contact the service center.
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3.3.2 Audio Setting

Basic Setting
Users can use a microphone and speaker by using the audio function.

Audio Setting
Compression type
Users can increase a transmission rate or enhance a tone quality by selecting an audio
compression mode. The PCM 16-bit implements the best tone quality, while the PCM 8-bit
corresponds to that of radio sound.
Sample rate
If a sample rate is low, the tone quality will go down but the transmission rate will go up.
If a sample rate is high, the tone quality will be better, but the transmission rate will drop.
Please, adjust its rate in accordance with a network status or purposes.

Audio Input
Source
Users can select either MIC input or LINE input, but cannot use both at once.
Input Volume
Users can control the input volume by adjusting the microphone volume.

Audio Output
Output Volume
Users can control the output volume of the speaker connected to the Network Dome
Camera.
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3.3.3 Alarm Setting

Alarm In Setting
This function enables users to conduct the alarm input/output setting and event setting.

Motion Detection Setting
Motion information is processed by splitting the screen into 64 areas. Each area can be
selected by clicking with the mouse, and green point shown in the selected area. The area
which uses the motion information as an event is shown green point, while the area which
does not use the information is indicated empty.
Enable
Check this item when using the motion information.
-Sensitivity
This sets up the sensitivity for the motion detection.
-Motion dwelling time
This sets up the event dwelling time when a motion occurs. This can be set in the range of
0 ~ 6 seconds. When an event occurs, the motion icon at the upper right blinks in red for
the preset time period. When another motion occurs during the motion event, the dwelling
time is extended on the basis of the occurring time of the second event.
-Enable down FPS
This feature decreases frame rate to about 1 FPS when no motion event occurs, while
operates with the frame rate set in this item when a motion event occurs.
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
Alarm IN Port 1 Setting
Type
Select the operation mode of the Alarm Input 1.
Select either „N.O.(Normal Close)‟ or „N.C.(Normal Open)‟
Alarm dwelling time [0~180]
Designate a running time for alarm occurrence. Select one out of 0 to 180 seconds.

Alarm IN Port 2 Setting
Type
Select the operation mode of the Alarm Input 2. Select either „N.O.‟ or „N.C.‟
Alarm dwelling time [0~180]
Designate a running time for alarm occurrence. Select one out of 0 to 180 seconds.

Alarm Out Setting
Upon the alarm occurrence, this function enables users to receive a mailing or ftp service
to the mail address designated by users.
 SMPT(eMail) Setting
Sender: Enter an eMail address to send a mail.
Receiver list: Enter up to 10 eMail addresses to receive a mail.
Email test: Enter an eMail address to test for sending a mail.
Test button : Test for sending a mail with a value entered.
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
FTP & JPEG Setting
-FTP Settings
Enable
Checks to activate the FTP function.
Sender name or IP: Enters the FTP IP address or host name to be received.
Port: Enters the port number of FTP to be received.
Remote Directory: Enters the location for saving the file of FTP to be received.
Username: Enters the user's account when connecting to FTP.
Password: Enters the user password for connecting to FTP.
-JPEG Settings
Sets up the creation condition, screen size, color and name of JPEG file to be sent to FTP.
Pre event: Creates the JPEG file of chapter 1~5 for 1~2 seconds before the event is
generated.
Post event: Creates the JPEG file of chapter 1~15 for 1~2 seconds after the event is
generated.
Image size: Selects the size of JPEG file to be created among 160X120 and 320X240.
Color: Selects the color or B&W of JPEG file to be created.
Base name: Write in the basic name of file to be created.
Except for the basic name, It is possible to add supplementary names for discriminating
multiple files.
Additional suffix: Selects one among date, time and the number of sequence created.
None: Do not add supplementary names.
Date Time: Adds the date and time when the file was created behind the basic name.
Sequence: Adds the number in sequence of file creation behind the basic name.

Event Setup

IN-OUT Mapping
By connecting the Alarm OUT operations to the events occurred from the Alarm IN,
users can send an eMail or FTP Server.
Alarm IN - Alarm IN comes in Motion, Alarm in port 1 and Alarm in port 2.
Alarm OUT - Alarm: Operate the equipment connected to the Alarm OUT port to the
events occurred from the Alarm IN.
email: Send an eMail to events occurred from the Alarm IN.
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FTP: Sends the captured picture to FTP by the event which occurs from
Alarm input.
□Enable mandatory alarm out: Enable alarm control to open/close contact.
3.3.4 PTZ Setting

Basic
 Control
Left or Right button: Go into the sub-menu items.
Execute the command (exit).
Change value.
Navigate through the menu items.
Up or Down button: Navigate through the menu items.
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When mouse in the red area click, It moves
with the direction.
-PTZ
PAN / TILT Speed: It sets a speed when adjusting the
Network Dome Camera. The higher
a value is, the faster a speed will be.
Focus: Overrides auto focus. Moving the Zoom handle
reactivates Auto Focus mode.
Iris: Overrides auto iris. Moving the joystick reactivates
Auto Iris mode.
Zoom: Zoom control.
-OSD
Zoom: Change value. Enter editing title.
MENU: Enters programming menu.
ESC: Cancels current inputs. Exits from currently
running functions or menu, error status, etc
HOME: Immediately calls Home function.
Deletes selected value or function in
programming mode
CTRL On: Control function.
Ex) CTRL + Up, Down, Right, Left Button >> Operated
turbo mode.
PRESET: Pressing „Prst‟ will bring up the preset
programming menu.
SCAN: Pressing „Scan‟ will bring up the Auto Scan programming menu.
TOUR: Pressing „TOUR‟ button will bring up the tour programming menu directly.
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 PTZ Setting
-Device ID: Setting Network Dome Camera Address(ID)
-Baud Rate: Setting Network Dome Camera Baud Rate. (Default 9600 bps)
 ETC Setting
-Preset: Save preset. Recall preset.
-Auto Scan: Calls Auto panning function.
-Tour: Recalls programmed presets or functions sequentially.
It will be able to control with the keyboard.
-Keyboard Short Cut Key
Keyboard Key Label
(PC Keyboard)
Function
(Fastrax Control Keyboard)
←
→
↑
↓
Shift + →
Shift + ←
Shift + ↑
Shift + ↓
Shift + „1‟
Shift + „2‟
Pan left
Pan right
Tilt up
Tilt down
Pan speed level up
Pan speed level down
Pan speed level up
Pan speed level down
PTZ mode
OSD mode
Focus mode
- Page up (far focus)
- Page down (near focus)
Iris mode
-Page up (open iris)
-Page down (close iris)
Zoom mode
-Page up (zoon in)
-Page down (zoom out)
MENU
ESC
HOME
CTRL
PRST
SCAN
TOUR
PTRN
f
i
z
m
ESC
h, HOME
Ctrl
r
s
t
p
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3.3.5 System Setting

Users Setting
This Network Dome Camera's Authority Policy
1. Anonymous User Access Permit Mode
This mode enables any anonymous users to have an access to the Network Dome
Camera to monitor and set it.
2. Anonymous User Access Denial Mode
Upon selecting this mode, the Network Dome Camera operates in two authority groups.
And it also requires a log-in process when users are to have an access to the Network
Dome Camera to change a screen monitoring or setting.
1) Administrator Authority Group (admin)
It enables administrators to change the screen monitoring and setting of the Network
Dome Camera. In addition, this authority allows only one user to have an access to the
Network Dome Camera at once.
2) General User Authority Group (user)
It enables users to simply use a screen monitoring function. It disables users to
change the Network Dome Camera setting but allows them to have a multiple access
at the
same time.
 User setting
Enable anonymous viewer login: Check it when users do not want to use the Network
Dome Camera without the user account.
When using the user account, users have to try log-in at
every access.
 Admin Setting
User name: Enter a user name for the administrator use.
Password: Enter the password for the administrator use.

User List Setting
Show a registered user account.
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- Add User
Enter a user name and password to be added, and register them by pressing the
“Add” button.
- Modify User Information
After selecting a user to be corrected and changing its name and password,
press the „modify‟ button to reflect the corrected information.
- Delete User Account
After selecting a user to be deleted, delete it by pressing the “Remove” button.
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
Date & Time Setting
 Date & Time
Current Time: Indicate a current time.
Date: Indicate a current day, month, and year.
Time: Indicate a current day, month, and year.
New Time
Time Zone: Select a time zone to be used.
Automatically adjust for daylight saving time changes:
Check it if users are to apply the Summer Time.
Time zone
Synchronize with computer time: Synchronize the time with that of a current user
computer.
Synchronize with NTP server: Synchronize the time with that of the NTP server.
Receive the time information from the NTP (RFC2030)
server.
Synchronize with date server: Enter the Time Server address to be synchronized.
Receive the time information from the Time Server that
complies with the Time protocol (RFC868).
Set manually: Users enter a current time directly.
Date: Enter a current day, month, and year.
Time: Enter a current day, month, and year.
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
Network Setting
Setting in regard to network can be executed. Settings for IP, DNS, Host Name, Port, and
Network traffic can be established, along with setting for DDNS and RTP.

Basic Setting
Basic settings for IP, DNS, Host Name, and Port are possible, and possibly works as a
adjustment role in reducing the overload of network bandwidth in use, by applying
Network traffic capability.
 IP address Configuration
Obtain IP address via DHCP : Obtain an IP through the DHCP automatically.
Use Following IP address : Users enter a Network Dome Camera IP directly.
 DNS Configuration
Obtain DNS server address via DHCP: Obtain the DNS information through the DHCP.
Use Following DNS server address: Users enter the DNS information directly.
Domain name: Enter a domain name to be used.
Primary DNS server: Enter the first domain name server.
Secondary DNS server: Enter the second domain name server address.
 Host Name Configuration
Obtain Host Name via DHCP: Obtain a Network Dome Camera name from the DHCP
automatically.
Use Following Host Name: Users enter a Network Dome Camera name directly.
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
Services
HTTP port: Enter a port to receive a service through the HTTP.
Default Port Number is „80‟.
RTSP port: Enter a port to receive a service through the RTSP.
Default Port Number is „7070‟.
 Network traffic - Maximum bandwidth
Set a limitation on user network resources by designating the maximum bandwidth.
Unlimited: Selected if not influenced by a network-related program or equipment
Without a limitation on the network bandwidth.
Limited to: In case of sharing other network programs or equipment, it is possible
to set a limitation on the maximum bandwidth in the unit of Mbit/s or kbit/s.
 DDNS Setting
 Internet Dynamic DNS
When using the high-speed Internet with the telephone or cable network, users can
operate the Network Dome Camera even on the floating IP environment in which IPs
are changed at every access.
Users should receive an account and password by visiting a DDNS service like
http://www.dyndns.com/.
Enable
Check to get DDNS service to be available.
DDNS Server: Select the ddns server.
Registered host: Enter a host address.
Username: Enter an ID to access to the DDNS server.
Password: Enter a password to be used for accessing the DDNS server.
Confirm: Enter a password again to confirm it.
Maximum time interval: Set a time interval to synchronize with the DDNS server.
Register local network IP address: Register a Network Dome Camera IP address to
the DDNS server.
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 RTP Setting
Have a setting for sending and receiving an audio or video on a real-time basis.

Stream RTP after Network Dome Camera start-up
Enter a destination IP and Port to send movie data automatically through the RTP
while the Network Dome Camera has booting.
Send to DHCP server IP: Send movie data to the DHCP server.
Send to (Client) IP: Send movie data to other certain destination addresses.
Use RTP destination Port: Available from 1024 to 65532, and the default is 5000.
Do not send: Do not send a stream to the FTP until it is requested from a client.
Enable multi stream
Check it to send data for the purpose of saving them into an external extension
storage right after the Network Dome Camera operates.
-Send to secondary client ip: Enter an IP address of the external extension storage.
-Use RTP destination port: Enter a Port number of the external extension storage.
The Port number to be used is [1024 ~ 65532].
-Frame rate: Indicate a frame rate that is sent to the external extension storage when
the multi stream works.
Once the multi stream function is checked, the MPEG profile setting will be changed to
the Advanced Simple Profile.
 RTSP/RTP settings
Perform a multicast setting to send a video and audio to multiple users. (Up to 10 users)
RTP destination IP
Disable Multicast: Do no use the multicast.
Enable Multicast: Use the multicast.
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Multicast destination IP: Enter an IP between 224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255. Although it
is empty, an IP will be entered automatically.
RTP port: Enter a value between 1024 and 65532.
RTP TTL: Enter a value between 1 and 255. If a network status is smooth, enter a lower
value. On the other hand, if a network status is poor, enter a higher value. When
there are many Network Dome Camera or users, a higher value may cause a
heavy load to the network. For a detailed setting, please consult with a network
manager.
 Language
▪ Language
It will be able to select a user language. The type of language it will be able to select
is the English, the French, the German, the Spanish and the Italian.

Maintenance
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

Maintain Server
< Restart > Restart the Network Dome Camera.
< Userset > Initialize a user setting value of audio/video, alarm, etc.
< Restore > Restore all the values except a network-related setting to a basic value.
< Default > Restore all the setting values to a basic value.

Upgrade Server
Carry out the upgrade by importing an upgrade file and pressing the „Upgrade‟ button.
During the upgrade, do not turn off the power of the Network Dome Camera.
And try an access again after waiting five minutes or longer.

Backup
Save a setting value that users enter to the Network Dome Camera, to a user PC.

Restore
Import and apply a setting value saved to a user PC.
Program Support Information

Troubleshooting
When problems occur during operation, please consult with an installer.

Server Report
If its support is requested, please attach a server report.
 Log & Reporte
Users can check the system log and server report.
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
Logs
Users can check the log for
Network Camera operation
by clicking the < Logs >.

■
Reports
Users can check a
server report by clicking
the < Server Report >.
Users can check a
parameter by clicking
the < Parameter List >.
Program Information
The following website will provide the support information for the Network Dome Camera
system information and operation.
3.4 Help
The Help information window will be
provided as a popup window so that
users can open and read it without a
need for log-in. It will offer a description
on setting and Help page by which
users can manipulate the Network
Dome Camera without a reference to
the manual.
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Chapter 4 — Appendix
4.1 Product Specification
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4.2 Troubleshooting
If problems occur, verify the installation of the camera with the instructions in this manual and
with other operating equipment. Isolate the problem to the specific piece of equipment in the
system and refer to the equipment manual for further information.
PROBLEM
AREA TO CHECK
No video
Verify that power is connected to all pieces of equipment in the
system.
Verify that the power switches are in the ON position.
Check the video connections. (see page 4)
Poor video
quality.
Check that the BNC connectors are inserted properly.
Check the voltage level of the network dome camera.
Cable for video is shielded.
Network Dome
Cameras lose
their positions.
Reset the cameras using the Dome configuration menus.
Check that the network dome cameras are inserted properly in the
base.
Check the voltage level of the network dome camera.
Camera
number does
not match the
number on PC
Program or
Web browser.
Check the camera ID of the Network Dome Camera.
Check PTZ setting on the PC Program and Web browser.
Frame rate
decrease.
A connection
is cut-off at
short intervals.
Change current value more lower resolution, compression rate and
frame rate.
Check network traffic and contact with network administrator.
4.3 Glossary
Alarm Actions
The assigned responses for the network dome camera when inputs change from normal to
abnormal states. The dome may run a Preset, Pattern, or have no assigned action for each of the
four dome inputs. The dome may also send alarm states to the host controller for processing. See
also Input and Normal Input State.
Areas
Programmed start and end points of the dome's field of view around its pan axis.
Each area is a part of a circular viewing area that extends around the dome. The areas can be
different sizes. Up to 16 areas can be programmed for the dome.
Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
Allows for the amplification of the video signal in scenes with minimal ambient light. Many low-light
scenes result in picture noise. As gain is increased, the picture noise is also amplified. When AGC
is enabled, the value of the gain setting is based on feedback from the camera. When AGC is
disabled, the camera uses the value set for the manual gain setting. The trade-off between picture
level and noise may be adjusted when AGC is disabled.
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On-screen Menu
The text overlay menu system used for setting dome features. The utility is accessed using a
keystroke combination. The utility provides settings for camera functions, zoom, alarms, text
display, and password protection.
Flip
Allows the dome to automatically turn 180 degrees when the camera tilts to its lower limit and stays
in that position for a brief delay. When the dome flips (rotates), the camera starts moving upward
as long as the tilt control is kept in the down position. Once the control is released, the tilt control
returns to its normal operational mode. The flip feature is useful when you need to track someone
who walks directly beneath the dome and continues on the other side.
Home Position
The default position to which the network dome camera returns after an assigned period of
inactivity passes. The default position may be a Preset, Tour, Pattern, or No Action.
Input Alarm
A connection point on the network dome camera that enables the system to monitor Input Devices.
There are four inputs available for the network dome camera.
Input Devices
External devices that provide information about the condition of system components that connect to
the inputs on the network dome camera. Typical input devices include door contacts, motion
detectors and smoke detectors.
IR Mode
A feature of the camera that permits manual or automatic switching between color and IR
(black-and-white) operation. When IR mode is active, clearer images may be obtained under
low-light conditions.
Line Lock
Allows you to phase lock the video with the AC power line. When line lock is enabled, it prevents
vertical video rolling when switching multiple cameras to a single monitor. If text appears slightly
tinted on color monitors, disabling the line lock may prevent this problem.
Name Information
Relates to the display the dome name, the area where the dome is pointing, the name of the preset
or pattern that is running, and alarm names. The display of each type of name setting can be
enabled or disabled. When the display of camera or area title(name) is enabled, the information
appears on the screen continuously. Preset, tour and pattern titles(names) appear only while they
are active.
Normal Input State
Describes the expected state of a device connected to one of eight network dome camera‟s inputs.
The normal state may be open or closed. When a device is not in its normal input state, an alarm is
issued.
North Position
User-definable setting that may correspond to magnetic north or some well-known landmark.
Used to approximate the camera dome's pointing direction when Direction Indicators are enabled.
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Low Shutter
Setting used to improve the quality of video obtained in extreme low-light situations. When the Low
Shutter setting is enabled, low-light information is collected over multiple fields based on the
Shutter Limit setting. As a result, video may appear blurred or choppy in extreme low-light
situations. This setting does not effect camera operation in normal lighting situations. See also
Automatic Gain Control (AGC).
Preset
Programmed video scene, based on a specific pan, tilt, zoom, and focus settings. Up to 80 presets
may be programmed for the network dome camera.
Privacy Zones
Masked areas of the network dome camera's viewing area. These masks prevent operators of the
surveillance system from viewing these designated zones. The Privacy Zones move in relation to
the network dome camera‟s pan/tilt position. In addition, the apparent size of the Privacy Zone
adjusts automatically as the lens zooms in or out. Up to eight Privacy Zones may be established for
a network dome camera.
Shutter Limit
Setting used to define the maximum exposure time for the Open Shutter setting. The values for the
setting range from 1/2 to 1/60. The default setting is 1/4.
Vector Scan
Move from start point to end point including tilt and zoom simultaneously and linearly.
WDR
Wide Dynamic Range Technology uses two shutter speeds in alternative video fields-high and
normal- every 60th (or 50th) of a second and combines two fields into one progressive scan frame.
It allows every detail to be captured accurately even if one portion of an image is brilliantly.
Whether at the high shutter speed or normal shutter speed, the progressive scan CCD provides a
horizontal resolution of 470 lines. As a result, combined fields yield a frame of high-quality images.
White balance
Adjustments in the color hue(red and blue) gains for a camera so that true white appears white in
the image. It is normally compensated for by the automatic gain control. In some lighting conditions,
you may need to manually adjust the red and blue settings for optimal viewing. When Automatic
White Balance is enabled, the camera measures the image and automatically adjusts the red and
blue settings to balance white. When Automatic White Balance is disabled, the camera uses the
values set for the red and blue settings to balance white.
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