Samsung iPPLiS SNS-100 User`s manual

SNS-400/100 User’s Manual
Thanks for purchasing the SNS-400/100.
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
English
Preface
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(Police) through Samsung's superior network performance(Internet protocol). With
products' clear digital images
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functions and the use of existing networks minimize installation costs. With
, experience a world of convenience
connected anytime, anywhere.
Preface
Thanks for purchasing the SNS-100/400 Network Server.
This is a user instruction manual for high resolution D&N network server and the product mentioned here designates the high
resolution D&N network server.
The user who installs and operates the product should be aware of this manual and other manuals referred to by this manual before
installation and operation for proper use.
This manual and the software and hardware explained here are protected by copyright law.
Therefore, the copy, reprint and translation to other languages in parts or full of this user manual without the express written
consent of SamsungTechwin Co., LTD are not allowed aside for general use within the scope of the copyright law.
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Contents
Preface ............................................................................................................................................................1
Contents ..........................................................................................................................................................2
Note to User ....................................................................................................................................................4
FCC Compliance Statement............................................................................................................................4
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) .................................................4
Product Warranty and Limitations ...................................................................................................................5
Warning Symbols ............................................................................................................................................5
Warning ...........................................................................................................................................................5
Caution ............................................................................................................................................................6
Ch1. SNS-100/400 Network Server Overview.......................................................................................................7
1.1. Introduction...............................................................................................................................................7
1.2. Features ...................................................................................................................................................7
Ch2. Product Description ......................................................................................................................................8
2.1. Components and Accessories..................................................................................................................8
2.2. Part Names ..............................................................................................................................................8
2.2.1. Front .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.2.2. Bottom ............................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2.3. Back................................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.3. Recommended PC specifications .......................................................................................................... 11
Ch3. Installation and Setting ...............................................................................................................................12
3.1. Power Input ............................................................................................................................................12
3.2. Connecting to Monitor ............................................................................................................................12
3.3. Connecting to External Control Terminal................................................................................................13
3.4. Network Configuration and Connection Method.....................................................................................15
3.4.1. Configuration/connection using Web page ....................................................................................................... 15
Ch4. How to Use Web Viewer..............................................................................................................................18
4.1. How to Use Web Viewer.........................................................................................................................18
4.1.1. Login ................................................................................................................................................................ 18
4.1.2. Web Viewer Screen ......................................................................................................................................... 18
4.2. Using Administration Page .....................................................................................................................21
4.2.1. Initialization Screen after Connecting ............................................................................................................... 21
4.2.2. Live .................................................................................................................................................................. 22
4.2.3. Basic ................................................................................................................................................................ 22
4.2.4. Network............................................................................................................................................................ 23
4.2.5. User ................................................................................................................................................................. 24
4.2.6. Pan / Tilt / Zoom............................................................................................................................................... 25
4.2.7. Motion Detection .............................................................................................................................................. 26
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4.2.8. Alarm/Sensor....................................................................................................................................................27
4.2.9. Record..............................................................................................................................................................28
4.2.10. Time ...............................................................................................................................................................29
4.2.11. LOG................................................................................................................................................................30
4.2.12. Upgrade .........................................................................................................................................................30
4.2.13. System Reboot...............................................................................................................................................31
Ch5. Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................................................32
Appendix A. DDNS Usage....................................................................................................................................34
Specifications.................................................................................................................................................36
For more information on network manager program, please see network manager quick guide and manual
Note
file enclosed with CD.
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Note to User
This machine’s electromagnetic waves have been registered as suitable for business purposes; the
retailer and consumer should be aware of this registration. If in the case of wrongful purchases, please
exchange the product for a home use product.
Samsung Techwin cares for the environment at all product manufacturing stages to preserve the
environment, and is taking a number of steps to provide customers with more environment-friendly
products. The Eco mark represents Samsung Techwin’s will to create environment-friendly
products, and indicates that the product satisfies the EU RoHS Directive.
FCC Compliance Statement
Caution
:
Any changes or modification in construction of this device which are not expressly approved the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: 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 cause the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This
marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household
wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it 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 this item for
environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase
contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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Product Warranty and Limitations
Product Warranty and Limitations
The manufacturers of this product are not liable for anything related to sales of this product and do not consign third parites with
any authorities that would make them held responsible instead of the manufacturer.
The product warranty does cover accidents, negligence, abuse, or improper use for the product in whole or in any parts.
Additionally, the manufacturer does not provide warranty for any additional parts or pieces that were not supplied by the
manufacturer.
The warranty is valid for one year from the purchase date. During the period, the warranty does not cover the malfunctions in the
below areas.
y Malfunction due to user’s negligence
y Dismantlement or replacement by the user
y Connection to alternate power source
y Malfunction due to natural disasters (fire, flood, tsunami, etc.)
y Replacement due to wear and tear
y Instability of network
Warning Symbols
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
Danger :
Misuse or wrongful operation of the product may result in death, injury or bring about other fatal
results. It indicates absolute caution when operating.
Caution :
Misuse or wrongful operation of the product may result in slight injury or damage to the product. It
indicates caution when operating.
Note :
Indication that the user needs to be aware of certain matters, or will find matters helpful in operating
the product.
Warning
Before Setup
y Please set up the proper voltage before connecting to power source.
y Please be sure the power is turned off before setup.
y There is risk of shock or fire; be sure to avoid setup in places with high humidity.
y To prevent shocks, please connect the ground wire.
y Unauthorized assembly forbidden.
Assembly requires experience and technical skills, and unauthorized assembly has fire and shock risks. Always contact one
of our agents for assembly. .
y Do not install install on an unsturdy surface.
There are risks of falling.
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During Use
y When opening the product cover, there is a risk of electric shock. Only a professional should open the cover.
y Please use only in an environment with standard temperature and humidity.
y Please do not plug in multiple products to a power source; it is often the cause of fires.
y Please do not place water or heavy objects on the product; it is often a cause of malfunction.
y Please do not use in a location with propane gas, gasoline or other flammable substances to avoid risk of explosion or fire.
y Please do not touch the power plug with wet hands to avoid electric shock.
y Do not pull on the power plug with too much force; a damaged plug may cause electric shock or fires.
y Do not connect the RJ-45 cable to a terminal by constraint.
y Stop use in the case of smoke or irregular heat.
It may cause fires.
y Random replacement of built-in lithium battery with other types of batteries may cause explosion. The battery must be
replaced by the same battery. The used batteries shall be disposed carefully because they can cause environment pollution.
y It is dangerous to put the battery in fire, heat or short circuit it.
y Do not use batteries by recharging them.
Disassembly and Cleaning
y There is a risk of malfunction, shock or other dangers. Please do not disassemble or attempt to fix the product.
y To prevent malfunction or shock, please do not use a wet cloth or oil-based cleaning product to clean the product exterior.
Clean the exterior of the product with a dry cloth.
Caution
y Do not install under extreme temperature conditions
Use only under temperature conditions between -0°C and +40°C. Provide good ventilation when using in high temperature
conditions.
y Do not drop and avoid shocks and vibration.
This may cause malfunctions.
y Do not install in areas exposed to rain, water or radiation.
Moisture inside of the product may cause malfunctions.
y Do not disassemble the product arbitrarily.
After services will not be provided for arbitrarily disassembled products.
y Please check the created network place first, before trying to connect to a network.
y Please use only the power adapter that is provided with the product.
y Please check national laws to be sure that using the product for monitoring purposes is not illegal.
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1.1. Introduction
Ch1. SNS-100/400 Network Server Overview
1.1. Introduction
The SNS-100/400 is a high-tech network server that uses MPEG-4 codec technology to allow high compression rates and clear
picture quality by allowing for high frame rates to be transmitted through the network.
By using the network, remote connection, monitoring, and control is possible from any location for simple use; additionally, set-up
requires only a network.
The SNS-100/400 network server utilizes embedded software solutions (Embedded Web Server, Embedded Streaming Server,
Network Protocol) developed by SamsungTechwin, and guarantees performance and safety while offering various solutions
through Internet integration.
1.2. Features
€ Monitoring Screen
It sends real-time 120fps MPEG-4 data and shows single and partitioned screens (partition screen available only
for SNS-400).
The monitor output supports 1 composite unit.
€ Screen Text Display Functions
Using the texts displayed on the monitor screen, the camera functions can be adjusted.
€ Motion Detection
Even without an external motion sensor, this product detects motion and sends a signal. Therefore, by connecting
to the alarm device, monitoring can be performed much more efficiently.
€ Alarm and interoperation
Motion Detection function is interoperated with Alarm, pictures can be transmitted via e-mail or FTP.
€ USB Recording/Search
When a USB memory device is attached to the server, events can be recorded and the recorded events can be
searched directly from the webpage.
€ High Data Compression Rate
The high data compression rate based on the MPEG-4 allows high speed transmission and even from the same
network bandwidth, it can send relatively more frames.
€ Bi-directional audio and video transmission
Video and bi-directional audio can be transmitted in real time and recording and playing are possible through the
network manager installed on user’s PC.
€ Additional Functions
- NTSC/PAL auto detect and PTZ control is available.
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Ch2. Product Description
2.1. Components and Accessories
€ Server Main
Frame
€ I/O Connection
POW
Terminal
ER
N ETWO
RK
VID EO
12
34
SENS
OR
12
3 4
SNS-4
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€ Users Manual /
€ Wall Bracket
CD / Quick Guide
€ Cross Cable
€ DC 12V Adapter
2.2. Part Names
2.2.1. Front
SNS-100
① POWER
Shows whether server power is connected.
② NETWORK
When Network LED flickers, it means that the network is operating normally.
③ VIDEO
Displays whether video input is detected.
④ SENSOR
Shows SENSOR input.
⑤ USB
USB terminal.
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2.2. Part Names
2.2.2. Bottom
SNS-100
SNS-400
⑥ WALL BRACKET Connection
Use this when fixing the product to the WALL BRACKET. Use the WALL BRACKET as seen in the below figure.
y Remove the Foot on the bottom and connect the support to the WALL BRACKET.
y SNS-100 Bottom Connection Diagram
SNS-100 Dimensional Connection Diagram
y With Wall Bracket attached
The Wall Brackett is provided together with the server. When installing support, please see the above user’s
Caution
manual.
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2.2.3. Back
SNS-100
SNS-400
⑦ Video Input
Server’s BNC video input connection terminal.
⑧Video Output
Server’s BNC video output connection terminal.
⑨ Audio Input/Output
IN: Audio input terminal where sound is entered to the network server. Accessories such as microphones can be
connected here.
OUT: Audio output terminal where sound comes out from the network server. Accessories such as speakers can
be connected here.
⑩ ETHERNET
Connects to 10/100 Mbps Ethernet. Use standard RJ-45 connectors to connect to Ethernet.
⑪ TERM SWITCH
The switch named TERM is for selecting the RS-485/422 connection and turning the termination resistor on and off.
- RS-485 select (ON: 1, 2)
- RS-422 select (OFF: 1, 2)
- Apply termination resistor (ON: 3, 4)
⑫ RS-485/422
Installs serial cable connected to camera that controls pan/tilt/zoom functions.
⑬ RS-232C
Connection terminal to RS 232-C communication device.
⑭ ALARM
Alarm Input (I): Connecting infrared sensors or other external sensor equipment.
Alarm Output (O): Connecting bright light, or other relay equipment.
⑮ Power
Terminal for connecting designated power.
16 Reset
○
When pressed for 5 seconds, all settings are initialized.
17 Grounding
○
Terminal for grounding product.
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2.3. Recommended PC specifications
For the sake of safe activation, we recommend to use a grounding cable and connect the grounding terminal
Note
and cables at the back of the product.
2.3. Recommended PC specifications
Items
CPU
Main Memory
HDD
VGA
OS
Web Browser
Resolution
Network
DirectX
Specifications
Pentium IV 3.0GHz or higher processor
1GB or higher RAM
More than 120GB when recording
128M or higher recommended
Window 2000, XP, 2003, Vista
Internet explorer 5.5 or higher
1024*768 or higher
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
9.0C or higher
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Ch3. Installation and Setting
3.1. Power Input
„ DC Power
Only DC12V power may be supplied to this product.
When using an adapter different from the one supplied by us (DC12V/4A), make sure that it is DC12V/2A or higher.
„ DC Only
For SNS-400, the recommended adapter specs are DC12V/2A, therefore, only use standard adapters.
Chart 0-1 When the copper wire’s resistance is [20℃(68℉)]
Copper Wire Size (AWG)
#24(0.22㎟)
#22(0.33㎟)
#20(0.52㎟)
#18(0.83㎟)
Resistance (Ω/m)
0.078
0.050
0.030
0.018
DROP Voltage(V/m)
0.028
0.018
0.011
0.06
y As seen in Chart 3-1, a voltage drop occurs and thus, in the case that the adapter output wire’s length is excessively connected
to the network, a problem can occur with the network server.
※ Server Operation Voltage: DC 12V±10%
※ Depending on the type and manufacturer of the voltage load wire described in the above chart, there may be a deviation.
3.2. Connecting to Monitor
Connect the video output terminal on the back of the product to the monitor input terminal.
SNS-100 Network Server
Monitor
y Connection methods may differ depending on the used monitor and peripheral devices, so please refer to the users’ manual.
y Always connect after turning the device’s power off.
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3.3. Connecting to External Control Terminal
3.3. Connecting to External Control Terminal
SNS-100
SNS-400
The input sequence of the terminal from the left is TERM, RS-485/422, RS-232C, SENSOR IN and RELAY OUT.
Use a ‘-‘ driver to loosen the I/O connection terminal and remove the wire covering. After pushing in the removed portion, fixate it
by tightening the screw.
„ RS-485/422 Connection
T
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
+
DC 12V
-
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
„ RS-485/422 according to TERM SWITCH connection
TERM
ON
OFF
1,2
RS-485
RS-422
3,4
Termination Resistor ON
Termination Resistor OFF
„ RS-485/RS-422 Connection
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
+
DC 12V
-
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
TERM
MONITOR
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
+
DC 12V
-
AUDIO IN
RELAY OUT
ETHERMET
T
TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
+
RS-485
RS-422
„ Termination Resistor Connection
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
+
DC 12V
-
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
T
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„ RS-232C/SENSOR IN Connection
Connect the RS-232C/SENSOR IN terminal and use as shown below.
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
DC 12V
+
-
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
+
DC 12V
-
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
1 ○
2 ○
3
○
TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
SENSOR IN
S1
S2
S3
S4
GND
1 Input
O
-
-
-
O
2 Input
-
O
-
-
O
3 Input
-
-
O
-
O
4 Input
-
-
-
O
O
1, 3 Input
O
-
O
-
O
1, 2, 3, 4 Input
O
O
O
O
O
For SNS-400
Input S1
VIDEO IN
CH1
CH2
Input S2
CH3
MONITOR
MONITOR
CH4
1
ETHERMET
ETHERMET
TERM
TERM
2
3
+
AUDIO IN
1
DC 12V
+-
DC 12V
-
2
4
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
3
RELAY OUT
SENSOR IN
AUDIO IN
4
AUDIO OUT
RELAY OUT
Input S1, S3
Input S1, S2, S3, S4
Input S3
Input S4
y In case of selecting Normal Open at setup menu:
In case of contact type, it is short and in case of active type, sensor input acts at “LOW” level.
y In case of selecting Normal Close at setup menu:
In case of contact type, it is open and in case of active type, sensor input acts at high impedance status(open collector).
„ RELAY OUT Connection
Connect the RELAY OUT terminal and use as shown below.
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
+
AUDIO IN
ETHERMET
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TERM
AUDIO OUT
RS-485 I 422
RS-232C
SENSOR IN
RELAY OUT
DC 12V
-
3.4. Network Configuration and Connection Method
NC
CM
Normal Close
RELAY OUT
O
O
-
Common
-
O
-
Normal Open
-
O
O
Relay Out 1
NO
Relay Out 1, 2
3.4. Network Configuration and Connection Method
3.4.1. Configuration/connection using Web page
1.
Please connect user’s PC to SNS-100/400 network server using cross cable.
To configure network, the internal IP must be registered in the user’s PC.
Note
After pressing internet protocol (TCP/IP) properties, press the ‘advanced’ button to go into advanced
configurations.
- Add with 192.168.1.XXX.
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2.
Please launch Web browser on user’s PC and enter the below IP address and press the <Enter> button.
Connect to Webviewer login window of SNS-100/400 network server.
SNS-100 default address
3.
Note
4.
The initial ID and password is ID: admin, PW: 11111111
Please configure according to the network environment where SNS-100/400 network server will be installed and push <Save>
button to save the configuration.
① LAN / xDSL/ DHCP Configuration
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SNS-400 default address
Please login with administrator’s authorization and move to ‘Setup-Network’ page.
3.4. Network Configuration and Connection Method
Item
LAN Use
xDSL
Video Quality
Description
When network product is connected to normal local LAN or when connected to static IP, the network data
to be allotted to the IP is configured.
When using xDSL dynamic IP, enter the ID and PW.
When automatically receiving IP through DHCP server, the DHCP functions are activated.
‘DHCP’ is used in the LAN environment where the DHCP is activated. Generally, for mid/large scale,
DHCP servers are operated through LAN and for small-scales, IP sharers use DHCP functions.
② Port Configuration
Item
Port Setting
Description
The connection port and http, ftp port configurations can be set here and the DDNS use can be checked.
Use DDNS changes its IP address every time the user attempts to connect to the ISP and when the product is
Note
connected to a cable modem or xDSL modem. In this case, the user cannot know the changed IP address.
When a product that uses dynamic IP is registered on the DDNS server, when wishing to connect to the
product, the changed IP address can be easily recognized. In order to register the IP address to the DDNS
server, set Use DDNS as Enabled.
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Ch4. How to Use Web Viewer
4.1. How to Use Web Viewer
4.1.1. Login
To connect to the login page, click the ‘move to Webpage’ button on Network Manager or enter SNS-100/400 network server IP
address on the internet web browser and press the enter key.
Enter user ID and password and push <Login> button, it then moves to the appropriate Web page.
Note
Default value is ID: admin, PW: 11111111
If you click <Guest> button, it moves to WebViewer page under the Guest authenticated status. However, administrator has to
permit guest access for this.
If you logged in first in administrator mode, please change the password of administrator. It can prevent
Note
other users from connecting to the administration page.
4.1.2. Web Viewer Screen
Web Viewer screen is composed of menu area for video configuration and screen area for displaying input video.
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4.1. How to Use Web Viewer
„ Controls
Flip Image
Vertical reversal of channel screen
Stretch Image
When selecting resolution with Half D1 and CIF, stretches channel screen to resolution D1 size.
Save Image
Saves channel screen to ‘JPEG file’.
Quad
4 Converts to 1 split / 4 split screens (applied only to 4 channel
server)
Channel
Video server channels (applies only to 4 channel servers)
- CH1 ~ CH4
Compression
Video compression mode (the mode of compressing video)
- MPEG, JPEG
Resolution
Video resolution (the size of video screen transmitted)
- NTSC : D1(704x480), Half D1(704x240), CIF(352x240)
- PAL : D1(704X576), Half D1(704X288), CIF(352X288)
Frame Rate
The number of maximum video frames transmitted per second.
- Designated by user between 1 ~ 30
Quality
Video quality setting
- Very High, High, Middle, Low, Very Low
Pause
Stops image temporarily.
OSD
Displays related OSD information.
Displays the title
Removes the title
Deinterlace
On/off function of Deinterlace.
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Screen where
Deinterlace is
not applied
Screen where
Deinterlace is
applied
Deinterlace is a function to adjust the video quality softly by eliminating the border line which was made by an
Note
interlace function. The interlace function draws an even line and an odd line of the Image one after the other.
Camera Setup
Pop up button for adjusting camera OSD.
Camera OSD
control button
is displayed
Camera OSD is
displayed
Instruction for Camera OSD control button
<↑>, <↓> button
Moves selection displaying arrows up and down on camera OSD menu.
<←>, <→> button
Changes configuration of selected field on camera OSD menu.
<Set> button
Used when moving to a selected field’s lower menu or when setting a selected item.
<Exit> button
Used when going to the upper menu of a selected field or when terminating OSD.
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Caution
Camera can be controlled only when connected to the RS-485’s configuration communication terminal.
Note
For camera configurations and configurations, please see the ‘Camera Manual’.
4.2. Using Administration Page
PTZ Control
PTZ Control Functions
Screen where camera PTZ control window is displayed
- The left/right slide bar can control focus (left slide bar) / zoom (right slide bar)
- The “+” displayed in the middle can be pressed using the mouse as the base point of the Pan / Tilt and it will Pan /Tilt
according to that point.
4.2. Using Administration Page
4.2.1. Initialization Screen after Connecting
When connection is successful, the below screen will be displayed.
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4.2.2. Live
Goes to Web Viewer Page.
[Web Viewer live screen]
Note
In order to set detailed user menu, press the above setup menu button.
4.2.3. Basic
Configures basic information for the network server.
The boxes shown in red are configured only in SNS-400.
Video/Audio Setup
Item
Compression Type
Video Size
Video Quality
Video Frame Rate
Video Channel
Audio-In Channel
Audio-Out Channel
Max User Count
MIC Sensitivity
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Description
Video compression mode
(Compression mode of video in the network server)
Selects the screen size.
Selects the quality of video screen. In case of low speed internet, lower the video quality to see seamless
video.
Configures the number of transmitted frame per second in the camera.
Selects the video channel to be used in the camera.
Selects whether to use the audio input channel in the camera or not.
Selects whether to use the audio output in the camera or not.
Configures the number of users who can be connected to the camera through the network(1~20 persons)
Audio amplifying function
Configures Low for the microphone which has amplifying function and High for the microphone which has
4.2. Using Administration Page
Item
Description
no amplifying function. (In case of Line-In signal, configure Low)
Product Information
Item
Model
Mac Address
Camera Name
Channel 1 Name
Location
Description
Memo
Description
Displays model name of the network server.
Displays MAC Address of the network server.
Configures name of the network server and it helps to classify several network servers.
Network server’s channel name can be set and when it is 4 channels, there are up Channel 1, 2, 3 and 4
names.
Enters the place where the network server is installed.
Enters the description for the network server and the related section.
Enters the contact information for the network server administrator.
4.2.4. Network
Configures the network data of the network server.
Network Configuration
According to the user’s network environment, it is classified as LAN, xDSL or DHCP.
Item
Description
In case the network server is connected to the local network or xDSL with a static IP address, configure
network information to be assigned to the network server.
In case of xDSL with a dynamic IP address, enter password in User Name and Password field.
This case is selected in case of using IP sharing box/ cable modem.
LAN
xDSL
DHCP
Port/DDNS Configuration
Item
Description
Connection Port
Port used for controlling communication with network server. (Default : 4000)
HTTP Port/FTP Port
Port used for connecting to network server’s webpage and FTP functions. (Default : http=80, ftp=21)
Choose whether you use DDNS server.
IP address for dynamic IP can continuously change, but if you use DDNS, you can connect to the server
regardless of the changing IP address.
Use DDNS
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4.2.5. User
This sets password change for administrator or user registration.
Item
Description
Administrator Password Change
Change password of administrator(The initial administrator password is 11111111)
Guest Setup
User clicks ‘Guest’ button to decide whether allowing guest to connect to Main Viewer from
the login page.
You can register new user or delete, and set up user’s authority(applied only to 4 channel
servers)
Current Users
※ Setup User Authority
User’s authorities set up at ‘Current User’ are as follows.
Item
Description
Video
Use video related setup function (Compression, Resolution, Framerate, Quality)
Controls
Audio – In
Use
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Audio output, Alarm output
Audio Input
Whether relevant account is used(If not checked, log-in not permitted)
ƒ Example 1) In case control function is limited (Do not check Controls box)
※ Pan, tilt, zoom, audio output, alarm output function icon is inactivated
ƒ Example 2) In case video function is restricted (When Video is not checked)
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※ Compression, Resolution, Framerate, Quality set up icon is inactivated.
4.2.6. Pan / Tilt / Zoom
Configures items for the network server’s PTZ functions.
Pan / Tilt / Zoom Setup
◊ PTZ Camera Configuration
Item
Description
Channel
Select channel where camera is installed (applied only to 4 channel servers)
PTZ Display
OSD Display
Preset
Swing
Group
Device ID
Set whether to display PTZ control tool on screen
Set whether to display OSD menu in camera
Register/use selected preset or delete registered preset
Set whether to activate in set swing mode
Set whether to activate registered group mode
Select ID allotted to camera and differentiate camera to be controlled
Mode
Select the connected camera’s protocol per manufacturer and model
Note
- Pan/Tilt Swing group motions are supported only by our protocol.
- Up to eight different presets for the zoom camera are supported.
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◊ RS485/422 Setup
Item
Description
Baud Rate
Data Bit
Parity Bit
Stop Bit
Set the data transmission speed per second
Set the data transmission bit
Select error-check method when data is displayed
Set insert bit when data transmission is completed
Caution
When RS-485/422 setup configuration is incorrect, the PTZ camera motion may not work. See the users’
manual for the connected camera and carefully configure it accordingly.
◊ Swing Setup
Item
Description
First Preset / Second Preset
Mode
Speed
Duration
Designate the two presets to be used in swing mode
Select movement method between the two points((Pan/Tilt Swing)
Set movement speed
Sets the stop time at one preset point
◊ Group Setup
Item
Description
Group No.
Preset No.
Travel Speed
Dwell Time
Sets the desired group number
Sets each point’s preset number
Sets the travel speed between each point interval
Sets the stop time at each position
4.2.7. Motion Detection
This sets up motion detection function of the network server.
◊ Motion Detection Configuration
Item
Channel Set
Grid Display
Select Area
MD Enable
MD Sensitivity
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Description
Used when selecting the channel. (Applied only to 4 channel servers.)
Basic grid, used to choose area on the screen, is displayed or hidden.
When selecting motion detection area, click <Select All> button to select all areas, or click <Deselect> button
to cancel the selected area.
Decide whether you use motion detection function.
Setting up sensitivity to detect motion to adjust input video by situation. You can select 1-5, and 5 is the
highest.
4.2. Using Administration Page
- After setting is complete, click the Set button to apply the settings.
Note
4.2.8. Alarm/Sensor
This sets up necessary information when using alarm function by attaching sensor to network server.
For SNS-100
For SNS-400
Alarm/Sensor Setup
◊ Digital In (Sensor) Setup
Item
Description
Sensor Type
Types of sensors are ‘Normal open’ and ‘Normal close.’ This selects up type of connected sensor.
◊ Digital Out (Relay / Alarm) Setup
Item
Description
Relay
Set up Relay Out responding when event is recognized by connected sensor or Motion Detection (MD)
Set up time to operate relay. It defines the period from the time when sensor detects event to the time when relay
is released.
In case event occurs by sensor or Motion Detection (MD) on the screen, decide whether transferring related
information to FTP.
Duration
FTP
In case event occurs by connected sensor or Motion Detection (MD) on the screen, decide whether transferring
related information by e-mail.
E-mail
FTP / E-mail Setup
Set up FTP server and e-mail information to which related information is transferred in case alarm occurs.
◊ FTP Setup
Item
FTP
FTP Server Name
Home Directory
User ID
User Password
Description
Enters the FTP server or Domain IP address.
Set up home directory to save relevant data at FTP server.
Enter ID to connect FTP server.
Enter PW to connect FTP server.
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◊ E-mail Setup
Item
Description
Recipient E-mail Address 1
Recipient E-mail Address 2
SMTP Server Name
ID
Password
Mail Subject
Mail Body
You can designate up to two e-mail address receiving data when alarm occurs.
In case you use outside e-mail server, enter the name of the outside e-mail server.
Enter ID to connect the outside e-mail server.
Enter PW to connect the outside e-mail server.
Enter the subject of mail to be transferred.
Enter the body of mail to be transferred.
If motion is detected, the contents transferred by e-mail or to FTP are varied according to the set-up of ‘Video
Compression’ at Admin page (Basic).
Note
ƒ MPEG : Video length is set by ‘Duration’ of ‘Digital Out (Relay/Alarm) Setup’.
File extension is ‘ste’, you can play this by ‘SLiM Player’.
ƒ JPEG : JPG type image file attached.
4.2.9. Record
Record Page
Item
Description
USB Memory Size
Displays the entire capacity of the USB memory.
USB Memory Recordable Size
Displays the capacity possible for recording for the USB memory.
USB Memory Free Size
Displays the remaining capacity of the USB memory.
Button for playing the video
Button for stopping the video
Button for pausing the video
Save video as JPG file
Event Recording Video List
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Event video list saved in the USB memory saves 5 seconds of pre-record and 5 post records.
4.2. Using Administration Page
Caution
USB memory must be attached before operating the system.
USB 2.0 memory sticks are recommended.
ƒ Number of users possible for simultaneously using Record is limited to 1.
ƒ During initial operation of the product, USB memory initialization begins and during initializing, the record
function cannot be used.(1Gb: 2~3 minutes)
USB save function method.
Note
ƒ The file system supports FAT and FAT32
ƒ It is saved in the SNS_DATA folder and depending on the usable capacity; the number and sizes of the
files can change
USB save function specs.
ƒ Interoperation with events (MD, V-Loss, Sensor)
- Saves pre and post 5 seconds of the corresponding channel
- MPEG (saves as set frame), JPEG (1 page / 1 second)
- When audio is on, the audio is also saved
ƒ REPEAT RECORDING
- When all storage space is used, it deletes old save data and begins a new save cycle.
ƒ Up to 1,000 events can be saved.
ƒ It saves it in the same resolution as that of the LIVE screen (D1, HD1, CIF)
ƒ SanDisk and TRANSCEND products are recommended for the USB memory.
4.2.10. Time
Current Time
Item
Date
Time
Description
Current setup date displayed on network server.
Current setup time displayed on network server.
Time Setup
Item
Set Manually
Time Server
Description
Adjust network server time manually.
Set up address of time server for Server 1 - 5.
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4.2.11. LOG
Recent activities made for network server are displayed in a log.
Item
Clear
Description
Delete logs.
Note
When checking Send Log to Administrator E-mail, logs are sent to the administrator e-mail at 04:00
4.2.12. Upgrade
Upgrade program of SNS-100/400 network server.
System Upgrade Configuration.
Item
Firmware
Description
Upgrade firmware of SNS-100/400 network server.
Upgrade methods are as shown below.
Note
-
Check current version.
Press ‘search‘ and select the latest version firmware file and press the ‘send’ button.
When ‘send’ is pressed, upgrades are done and it automatically reboots.
Lastly, check if it is changed to the latest version.
-Upgrades should be performed only by technicians.
Caution
- Always perform upgrades after connecting the product and PC with a cross cable.
- When the network is disconnected or power is turned off during upgrades, the product may be damaged.
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4.2. Using Administration Page
Factory Mode Setup
If you click <Reset> button, server is returned to initial value when shipped from the factory after confirmation procedure by
administrator.
4.2.13. System Reboot
Server is rebooted after confirmation procedure of administrator.
Click <OK> button to reboot server.
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Ch5. Troubleshooting
Before Calling for Malfunctions
If there are problems in operation, please refer to the items below. If the problem persists, please contact the agent you purchased
this product from
Problem
Nothing appears on the
screen.
Solution
ƒ Please check the power connection.
ƒ Please check the video signal line connection.
ƒ Check if there is anything wrong with the video signals entered to the network server.
ƒ Open MS-DOS window to check whether SNS-100/400 network server is connected to the
network.
In case of ping 192.168.0.100, replace it with IP address set up at server
※ In case of ping 192.168.0.100, replace it with IP address set up at server.
The video image is not
clear.
ƒ Please check if the lens is clean. Please clean the lens with a clean cloth or brush.
ƒ Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
ƒ Please make sure that the screen is not exposed directly to bright light. Please move the angle
or location of the image if necessary.
ƒ Please readjust the back focus of the connected camera.
The screen is dark.
ƒ Please adjust the contrast feature of the monitor.
ƒ Check if the terminals are properly set between the systems.
ƒ Please check if an auto iris lens is being used and adjust the brightness level.
There is a problem with
operations. The surface is
too hot and black stripes
appear on the screen.
ƒ Does the power supplied to the server sway away from standards or change depending on the
time?
The MOTION DETECTION
function is not working.
ƒ Please check if 'MOTION DETECTION' mode is turned on.
ƒ Please check if the MD LEVEL is too low.
ƒ Please check the setting of the MD AREA.
The screen flickers too
much.
ƒ Check if the connected camera faces directly into the sun or lights.
Audio is not working
ƒ Please check the audio is selected from admin page.
ƒ Check if the cables are properly connected.
ƒ Please check speaker volume from the viewer.
ƒ In case input sound through microphone at Viewer is not outputted through Audio Out of
server, please check whether Audio Out channel is selected at admin page. Or check whether
microphone is available at Viewer.
ƒ Please check audio driver is working in user’s PC.
Video is stopped
ƒ Please check whether network cable of SNS-100/400 network server is correctly connected.
ƒ In case user uses hub or IP router, check whether these network equipments are working
properly.
ƒ Open MS-DOS window and check whether SNS-100/400 network server is connected to the
network.
No image from web viewer
ƒ Click ‘refresh (shortcut; F5) ’ button at browser to recall the page
ƒ Check whether power of server and network cable is properly connected.
ƒ Check whether computer is connected to network.
If you use a hub or router, check whether such equipments are properly operated.
(Note: Open MS-DOS window and enter network server IP at ping 192.168.1.100.(120))
ƒ Connect to Admin page to check whether video output is selected.
No network connection
from Network Manger,
dedicated viewer Network
Manger
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ƒ Please check MAC address and IP address of SNS-100/400 network server.
ƒ Check whether network cable is properly connected. (Note : Use ping command)
ƒ Check whether connecting to Admin page is available.
4.2. Using Administration Page
Problem
Solution
Image transferred to FTP
or by E-mail cannot be
viewed
ƒ Video may not be viewed since Divx codec is not installed in user’s PC. Divx codec can
decode video compressed with MPEG4. Download and install the latest Divx codec, and check
video.
http://www.divx.com/divx/download
When camera cannot be
controlled for Pan/ Tilt/
Zoom
ƒ Check the camera / speed dome protocol.
When the contents stored
on the USB memory does
not appear
ƒ Make sure not to remove it when it is being saved on the USB
When product data is not
displayed in the local
network
ƒ Check the network cable’s connection status.
ƒ See if the proper model and manufacturer is selected at the mode.
ƒ Inspect the cables connected to the device.
ƒ Check if the USB is properly connected.
ƒ Make sure that capacity display is accurate on the Record Page.
ƒ Press the reset switch on the back of the product for 5 seconds and factory initialize the
product to check.
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Appendix A. DDNS Usage
€ Step2) Register the equipment after login.
Registration process of DDNS is as following:
€ Step1) Complete the registration form in
iPOLiS website.
The website is ‘www.samsungipolis.com’.
Figure A-4. Login
Figure A-5 The list of registered equipment.
Figure A-1. Website of iPOLiS
Figure A-6. The list of registered
equipment.
Figure A-2. Membership Registration:
SIGNUP
Figure A-7. Product Registration.(Confirm
repetition certainly at domain registration.)
Figure A-3. Membership Registration: Input
your information.
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Appendix A. DDNS Usage
€ Step3) Configure DDNS information in the
equipment.
y Click the part of Network Configuration in website of
Network Server.
€ Step4) Confirm the connection status of
relevant product in product list of iPOLiS
website.
y Click “USE DDNS” in order to do “Enable” and input
the address of DDNS Server.
(Default: www.samsungipolis.com )
y Enter the ID and Password that is written when
register product is in iPOLiS website..
Figure A-8. The List of Product.
Be able to confirm the information of connected
equipment if click <check> button of ‘Product
information’.
The Configuration of DDNS in SNP-100/400 is
Completed.
Figure A-9. Product information
Move to Login website of relevant product if click
<view> button of ‘ view’.
The buttons which are <Edit> and <Delete> of
‘product management’ move to relevant page through
input password to item that fertilize or erase
information of registered equipment in List of product.
Only, ‘ID(Domain)’ of product should establishes
again as ‘ID(Domain)’ after deleting because it can’t
be fertilized.
Figure A-10. Edit/Delete
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Specifications
Specifications
SNS-400
SNS-100
Video Input
BNC(X4)
BNC(X1)
Video Output
BNC(X1), Quad Display
BNC(X1), Loop Out
Output Video Format
MPEG4 / MJPEG Selectable
Output Resolution
Frame Rate
NTSC : 704 x 480(D1), 704 x 240(Half D1), 352 x 240(CIF)
PAL : 704 x 576(D1), 704 x 288(Half D1), 352 x 288(CIF)
Max 120 fps (CIF)
Max 30 fps (D1, CIF)
Max 30 fps (D1)
Video Compression Stage
5 stages (Very Low, Low, Middle, High, Very High)
Audio Format
Bi-directional audio, 8KHz ADPCM
Ethernet
10/100Mbps
Protocol
HTTP, TCP/IP, PPPOE, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP
Dynamic IP
Supports XDSL and DHCP
DDNS
Supports DDNS
Max, User
S/W
I/O
Specs
20 Users
PC Viewer
Network Manager (DVR/Server/IPCam Integrated Manager S/W)
Web Page
Web ActiveX Control
SDK
Embedded Web Server
Audio Input
Mini Jack(X4), Mono, Line or Mic level
Audio Output
Mini Jack(X1), Mono
Ethernet
RJ-45 Connector(X1) : 10/100 Base Ethernet
Sensor Input
Terminal(X4)
Terminal(X2)
Relay Output
Terminal(X4)
Terminal(X2)
Serial Interface
RS-422/485 Terminal(X1), RS-232C Terminal(X1)
USB Port
USB 2.0 (Front, For Flash Memory Storage)
Supports 3rd party SDK
Power source
DC12V±10%(AC Adapter included)
Power consumption
App. 12W
Operating Environment
-10℃ to +50℃ / 30% to 80% RH
Dimensions
190mm(W) × 45mm(H) × 135mm(D)
Weight (main frame)
App. 845g
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App. 8W
App. 765g
CD(X1)
-
-
I/O connector (X2)
- Wall Bracket(X2)
-
AC adapter(X1)
-
-
AC power cord(X1)
-
Accessories
Mini Jack(X1), Mono, Line or Mic level
User Manual(X1)
Ethernet Cross Cable(X1)
SAMSUNG TECHWIN CO.,LTD.
SAMSUNG OPTO-ELECTRONICS UK, LTD.
145-3, Sangdaewon-dong, Jungwon-gu,
Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, 462-120, Korea
Tel: +82-31-740-8151~8 Fax: +82-31-740-8145
Samsung House, 1000 Hillswood Drive,
Hillswood Business Park Chertsey, Surrey KT16 OPS
Tel: +44-1932-45-5308 Fax: +44-1932-45-5325
www.samsungcctv.com
www.samsungipolis.com
P/No.: Z6806.0825.01C