New-GV-IPCAM-Hardware Manual(ICH264TG3V101-A-EN)

GV-IP Camera
Hardware Manual
Bullet Camera
Ultra Bullet Camera
Target Bullet Camera
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
ICH265HISIV104-A-EN
© 2016 GeoVision, Inc. All rights reserved.
Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in
part, without the written consent of GeoVision.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is
accurate. GeoVision, Inc. makes no expressed or implied warranty of any
kind and assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is
assumed for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of
the information or products contained herein. Features and specifications
are subject to change without notice. Note: no memory card slot or local
storage function for Argentina.
GeoVision, Inc.
9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,
Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-8797-8377
Fax: +886-2-8797-8335
http://www.geovision.com.tw
Trademarks used in this manual: GeoVision, the GeoVision logo and GV
series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc. Windows is a registered
trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
October 2016
Contents
Caution…………………………………………………………..i
Options ...............................................................................ii
Note for Adjusting Focus and Zoom...............................iii
Note for Installing Camera Outdoor............................... iv
Note for Closing the Bullet Camera Cover ..................... v
Note for Silica Gel Bags ................................................... v
Note for Waterproofing Failures..................................... vi
Note for Recording ......................................................... vii
Chapter 1 Bullet Camera (Part I)......................................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Packing List ..............................................................................3
Features ...................................................................................4
Overview ..................................................................................7
Installation ................................................................................8
1.4.1 Connecting the Camera.................................................10
1.4.2 Adjusting the Angles......................................................15
1.4.3 Adjusting Lens and Inserting a Memory Card ................19
1.4.4 Installing the Sun-Shield Cover......................................22
1.5 Loading Factory Default..........................................................23
Chapter 2 Bullet Camera (Part II)...................................24
2.1 Packing List ............................................................................26
2.2 Features .................................................................................27
2.3 Overview ................................................................................29
2.4 Installation ..............................................................................31
2.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................38
Chapter 3 Bullet Camera (Part III)...................................40
3.1 Packing List ............................................................................41
3.2 Features ..................................................................................42
3.3 Overview ................................................................................44
3.3 Overview ................................................................................44
3.4 Installation ..............................................................................45
3.4.1 Adjusting the Angles......................................................49
3.4.2 Adjusting Lens...............................................................51
3.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................52
3.5.1 Wire Definition ...............................................................52
3.5.2. Power Connection .........................................................53
3.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................55
Chapter 4 Ultra Bullet Camera.......................................56
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Packing List ............................................................................58
Features .................................................................................59
Overview ................................................................................61
Installation ..............................................................................63
4.4.1 Waterproofing the Cable................................................68
4.4.2 Connecting the Camera.................................................70
4.5 Loading Factory Default..........................................................73
Chapter 5 Target Bullet Camera (Part I)........................74
5.1 Packing List ............................................................................75
5.2 Features .................................................................................76
5.3 Overview ................................................................................77
5.4 Installation ..............................................................................78
5.5 Connecting the Camera...........................................................82
5.5.1 Wire Definition ..............................................................82
5.5.2 Power Connection ........................................................83
5.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................84
Chapter 6 Target Bullet Camera (Part II).......................85
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Packing List ............................................................................86
Features .................................................................................87
Overview ................................................................................88
Installation ..............................................................................89
6.4.1 Adjusting the Angles .....................................................94
6.4.2 Adjusting Lens ..............................................................95
6.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................96
6.5.1 Wire Definition ..............................................................96
6.5.2 Power Connection ........................................................97
6.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................97
Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Safety Notice
The GV-IPCAM uses a Lithium battery as the power supply for its internal
real-time clock (RTC). The battery should not be replaced unless required!
If the battery does need replacing, please observe the following:
 Danger of Explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced
 Replace only with the same or equivalent battery, as recommended by
the manufacturer
 Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions
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Options
Optional devices can expand your camera’s capabilities and versatility.
Contact your dealer for more information.
Device
Description
Power Adapter
The power adapter is available for all Bullet Camera,
Ultra Bullet Camera (except GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E),
and Target Bullet Camera. Contact your sales
representative for the countries and areas supported.
GV-PA191 PoE
Adapter
GV-Relay V2
GV-POE Switch
GV-Mount
Accessories
ii
The GV-PA191 PoE adapter is designed to provide
power and network connection to the cameras over a
single Ethernet cable.
The GV-Relay V2 is designed to expand the voltage
load of GV IP devices. It provides 4 relay outputs, and
each can be set as normally open (NO) or normally
closed (NC) independently as per your requirement.
The GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power
along with network connection for IP devices. The
GV-POE Switch is available in various models with
different numbers and types of ports.
The GV-Mount Accessories provide a comprehensive
lineup of accessories for installation on ceiling, wall
corner and pole. For details, see GV-Mount
Accessories Installation Guide on the Software DVD.
Note for Adjusting Focus and Zoom
When adjusting the Focus and Zoom Screws on Bullet Camera, do not
over tighten the Focus and Zoom screws. The screws only need to be as
tight as your finger can do it. It is not necessary to use any tools to get
them tighter. Doing so can damage the structure of lens.
For example,
Zoom Screw
Focus Screw
The maximum torque value for all the zoom and focus screws is 0.049 N.m
iii
Note for Installing Camera Outdoor
When installing the cameras outdoor, be sure that:
1.
The camera is set up above the junction box to prevent water from
entering the camera along the cables.
2.
Any PoE, power, audio and I/O cables are waterproofed using
waterproof silicon rubber or the like.
iv
Note for Closing the Bullet Camera
Cover
To ensure that the camera performs its full capacity against water and dust,
tightly close and lock the camera cover as indicated below.
Note for Silica Gel Bags
1.
The silica gel bag loses its effectiveness when the dry camera is
opened. To prevent the lens from fogging up, replace the silica gel
bag every time you open the camera, and conceal the gel bag in
camera within 2 minutes of exposing to open air.
2.
When the camera is shipped, a silica gel bag will be included inside
the camera. For the first-time user, replace the silica gel bag prior to
the installation to avoid foggy live view.
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Note for Waterproofing Failures
To avoid waterproofing failures, do not open the screw on the camera body.
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The screw on Ultra Bullet
Camera
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The screw on Target Bullet
Camera
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The screw on GV-EBL2101 /
2111 / 3101
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The screw on GV-BL3700 /
5700
Note for Recording
1.
By default, the images are recorded to the memory card inserted in
the GV-IP Camera (except GV-IR Arctic Box Camera and Target
Series, which are not equipped with a memory card slot). Make sure
the Write recording data into local storage option (see 4.1.1
Video Settings, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual) is enabled. If this
option is disabled, the camera will stop recording to the memory
card while the live view is accessed through Web browsers or other
applications.
2.
Mind the following when using a memory card for recording:
3.

Recorded data on the memory card can be damaged or lost if
the data are accessed while the camera is under physical shock,
power interruption, memory card detachment or when the
memory card reaches the end of its lifespan. No guarantee is
provided for such causes.

The stored data can be lost if the memory card is not accessed
for a long period of time. Back up your data periodically if you
seldom access the memory card.

Memory cards are expendable and their durability varies
according to the conditions of the installed site and how they are
used. Back up your data regularly and replace the memory card
annually.

Replace the memory card when its read/write speed is lower
than 6 MB/s or when the memory card is frequently undetected
by the camera.
It is recommended to use memory cards of the following setting and
specifications:

Apply a battery backup (UPS) to avoid power outage.

Use Micro SD card of MLC NAND flash, Class 10 for better
performance.
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1 Bullet Camera (Part I)
Chapter 1 Bullet Camera (Part I)
The Bullet Cameras are specifically designed for outdoors and are
weatherproof (IP66 or IP67). They are equipped with IR LEDs for infrared
illumination in night vision applications. The models described in this
chapter use auto iris, which allows for automatic control of exposure.
The WDR Pro models enhance the image by processing contrasting
intensity of light. The super low lux models can produce color live view in
near darkness. The motorized varifocal lens models allow the user to
adjust the focus and zoom through the Web interface.
1
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-BL120D
1.3 MP, H.264, Low Lux
GV-BL130D
1.3 MP, H.264
GV-BL220D
2 MP, H.264
GV-BL320D
GV-BL1500
Varifocal
lens
GV-BL2400
Auto Iris, f: 3 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
3 MP, H.264
1.3 MP, H.264, Super
Low Lux
2 MP, H.264, WDR Pro
GV-BL2500
2 MP, H.264, Super Low
Lux
GV-BL3400
3 MP, H.264, WDR Pro
GV-BL1210
GV-BL2410
GV-BL3410
GV-BL5310
2
Motorized
varifocal
lens
Auto Iris,
f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
Auto Iris,
f: 4.5 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
1.3 MP, H.264, Low Lux,
3X Optical Zoom
2 MP, H.264, WDR Pro,
3X Optical Zoom
3 MP, H.264, WDR Pro,
3X Optical Zoom
5 MP, H.264, 2X Optical
Zoom
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1.1 Packing List
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Bullet Camera
Self Tapping Screw x 3
Plastic Screw Anchor x 3
Torx Wrench x 2
Sun-Shield Cover Kit (Sun-Shield Cover, Philips Head Screw x 2,
Plastic Screw Spacer x 2 and Hexagon Screw x 2)
Silica Gel Bag x 2
2-Pin Terminal Block
Power Adapter
GV-IPCAM Software DVD
GV-NVR Software DVD
Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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1.2 Features

Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-BL120D / 1210
1/3’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-BL1500 / 1510
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-BL130D / 220D / 320D
GV-BL5310
1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-BL2400 / 2410
GV-BL3400 / 3410
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-BL2500 / 2510
1/2.8’’ progressive scan super low
lux CMOS
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
Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-BL120D / 130D
GV-BL1210
GV-BL1500 / 1510
GV-BL220D / 2400 / 2410
GV-BL2500 / 2510
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

30 fps at 1280 x 1024
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-BL320D/ 3400 / 3410
20 fps at 2048 x 1536
GV-BL5310
10 fps at 2560 x 1920
Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
Megapixel lens
Motorized varifocal lens for remote focus/zoom adjustment
(GV-BL1210 / 1510 / 2410 / 2510 / 3410 / 5310 only)


Wide Dynamic Range Pro (GV-BL2400 / 2410 / 3400 / 3410 only)
Ingress protection
(IP66 for GV-BL120D / 130D / 220D / 320D)
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(IP67 for GV-BL1500 / 2400 / 2500 / 3400 and GV-BL1210 / 1510 /
2410 / 2510 / 3410 / 5310)
 Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing for all models except
GV-BL120D / 130D / 220D / 320D)
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Two-way audio

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Cable-concealed bracket preventing cable from being cut
One sensor input and alarm output
Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage
NAS recording
Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)
DC 12V / AC 24V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Intelligent IR
Maximum IR distance
Camera Model
Maximum IR Distance
GV-BL120D / 130D / 220D / 320D
15 m (50 ft)
GV-BL1210 / 5310
40 m (131 ft)
GV-BL2400 / 2410
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GV-BL2500 / 2510
GV-BL3400 / 3410
50 m (164 ft)
GV-BL1500 / 1510
70 m (230 ft)
3D noise reduction (GV-BL1500 / 1510 / 2500 / 2510 only)
2D noise reduction (for all models except super low lux models)
Defog
Motion detection
Tampering alarm
Visual automation
Text overlay
Privacy mask
IP address filtering
5
 Smart Phone and 3GPP support
 31 languages on Web interface
 ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
6
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1.3 Overview
1
2
3
4
Figure 1-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Memory Card Slot
Receives a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10).
2
Zoom Screw
Holds the zoom lens in place.
3
Focus Screw
Holds the focus lens in place
4
Default Button
Resets all configurations to factory default.
For details, see 1.5 Loading Factory Default.
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1.4 Installation
These instructions describe the basic installation of the Bullet Camera.
1.
Slide the cable clamp to the camera base.
Cable Clamp
Figure 1-2
2.
Install the Bullet Camera to the wall.
Figure 1-3
3.
Remove the protection sticker from the camera’s cover
4.
Connect the power, network and other wires to the Bullet Camera.
See 1.4.1 Connecting the Camera.
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5.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1. Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
6.
Adjust angles of the camera body based on the live view. Three
shafts can be adjusted. See 1.4.2 Adjusting the Angles.
7.
Loosen the camera’s cover, adjust the focus of the camera and
optionally insert a micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version 2.0, Class 10)
into the SD card slot. See 1.4.3 Adjusting Lens and Inserting a
Memory Card.
8.
Fasten the camera’s cover.
9.
Install the sun-shield cover to the Bullet Camera. For details, see
1.4.4 Installing the Sun-Shield Cover.
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1.4.1 Connecting the Camera
Wire Definition for Auto Iris Models
The 7-Pin Data Cable provides connections for power, ground, 1 sensor
input, 1 alarm output, audio input and audio output. The wires are
illustrated and defined below:
Digital In (Red)
DC 12V+ / AC 24V + (Brown)
Digital Out (Orange)
DC 12V- / AC 24V - (Black)
GND (Yellow)
Audio In (Red)
Ethernet (PoE)
Audio Out (Green)
Figure 1-4
No.
Wire Color
Definition
1
Red
Digital In
2
Brown
DC 12V+ / AC 24V+
3
Orange
Digital Out
4
Black
DC 12V- / AC 24V-
5
Yellow
Ground
6
Red RCA
Audio in
7
Green RCA
Audio out
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Note that the Audio In and Out connectors may also come as terminal
blocks:
Digital In (Red)
DC 12V+ / AC 24V + (Brown)
Digital Out (Orange)
DC 12V- / AC 24V - (Black)
GND (Yellow)
Audio In (Brown)
Audio Out (Green)
Ethernet (PoE)
Figure 1-5
No.
Wire Color
Definition
1
Red
Digital In
2
Brown
DC 12V+ / AC 24V+
3
Orange
Digital Out
4
Black
DC 12V- / AC 24V-
5
Yellow
Ground
6
Brown terminal block
Audio in
7
Green terminal block
Audio out
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Power Connection
Use one of the following methods to supply power to the camera.

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to
the network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adaptor to the terminal block as shown below.

Insert the black wire of the Bullet Camera to the left pin (+) and
the brown wire to the right pin (-).
Figure 1-6

Connect the DC 12V Power Adapter to the Terminal Block.
DC 12V Power Adaptor
Terminal Block
Figure 1-7
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I/O Device Connection
The camera supports one digital input and one digital output of dry contact.
I/O
1 2 3
Figure 1-8
Pin
Function
1
Digital Output
2
GND
3
Digital Input
For details on how to enable an installed I/O device, see 4.2 I/O Settings,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
Voltage Load Expansion (Optional)
The camera can only drive a maximum load of 200mA 5V DC. To expand
the maximum voltage load to 10A 250V AC, 10A 125V AC or 5A 100V DC,
connect the camera to a GV-Relay V2 module (optional product). Refer to
the figure and table below.
Output Devices
Connect to Power
Figure 1-9
13
GV-Relay V2
Bullet Camera
COM
Ground (Yellow)
DO1
Digital Out (Orange)
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1.4.2 Adjusting the Angles
The Bullet Camera is designed to be adjustable in three shafts for easy
and flexible installation.
First Shaft
You can adjust the camera body by 360 degrees to the right or the left.
1.
Unscrew the panning lock screw with the torx wrench.
Panning Lock Screw
Torx Wrench
Figure 1-10
2.
Adjust the angle of camera body to the right or the left, and fasten
the panning lock screw.
0 ~ 360°
Figure 1-11
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Second Shaft
You can adjust the camera body up and down by 90, 112.5, 135, 157.5 or
180 degrees by using the gears inside the camera body and the camera
base.
1.
Unscrew the tilting lock screw with the torx wrench.
Tilting Lock Screw
Torx Wrench
Figure 1-12
2.
Hold the camera body, and move the camera base to the right to
separate the camera gears.
Move the Camera
Base to the Right
Camera Body
Figure 1-13
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Camera Gears
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3.
Adjust the angle of camera body to 90°, 112.5°, 135°, 157.5° or 180°.
Then move the camera base to the left to combine the gears.
180 °
157.5°
135 °
112.5°
90°
Figure 1-14
4.
Fasten the tilting lock screw.
Third Shaft
You can adjust the camera base by 360°.
1.
Unscrew the base fixing screw with the torx wrench.
Torx Wrench
Base Fixing Screw
Figure 1-15
17
2.
Adjust the angle of camera base, and fasten the base fixing screw.
0~360°
Figure 1-16
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1.4.3 Adjusting Lens and Inserting a Memory Card
To adjust the camera’s zoom and focus or to insert a micro SD card
(SD/SDHC, version 2.0 only, Class 10), follow the steps below.
1.
Loosen the camera’s cover.
Camera’
s Cover
Figure 1-17
For GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E, loosen the camera’s cover and the screw
as indicated below.
Figure 1-18
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2.
To adjust for image clarity, follow the steps below.

For models with zoom and focus screws, pull out the camera
and remove the silica gel bag to access its focus and zoom
screws. Use GV-IP Device Utility to help you. For details, see 2.2
Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
Silica Gel Bag
Zoom Screw
Focus Screw
Figure 1-19

For motorized varifocal lens models, adjust for image clarity
through the Web interface. For details, see Zoom, Focus Change,
and Focus Mode settings in 3.2.2 The Control Panel of the Live
View Window, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
3.
To insert a micro SD card, follow the steps below.
4.
Loosen the fixing screw.
Fixing Screw
Figure 1-20
5.
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Slightly pull out the camera module.
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6.
Insert a micro SD card into the memory card slot.
Memory Card Slot
Figure 1-21
7.
Push the camera back and fasten the fixing screw.
8.
Insert a new silica gel bag to the camera module and fasten the
camera’s cover.
Silica Gel Bag
Figure 1-22
Figure 1-23 (GV-BL2511-E/5311-E)
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1.4.4 Installing the Sun-Shield Cover
After setting up the Bullet Camera, now you can install the sun-shield cover
to the camera.
1.
Fasten the hexagon screws either on top or below the camera.
Hexagon Screws
Figure 1-24
2.
Put the sun-shield cover on top of hexagon screws. Make sure to
aim the rear hexagon screw at the edge of the sun-shield cover’s
aperture for optimal sun-shield performance.
Sun-Shield Cover
Figure 1-25
3.
Fasten the Philips head screws with the plastic screw spacers.
Philips Head Screw
Plastic Screw Spacer
Figure 1-26
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1.5 Loading Factory Default
1.
Keep the power and network cables connected to the camera.
2.
Loosen the camera’s cover.
3.
Press and hold the default button for 8 seconds.
Default Button
Figure 1-27
4.
Release the default button. When the process of loading default
settings is completed, the camera reboots automatically.
5.
Replace the Silica Gel Bag and fasten the camera’s cover
immediately.
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Chapter 2 Bullet Camera (Part II)
The Bullet Cameras are specifically designed for outdoors. They are
weatherproof (IP67) and equipped with IR LEDs for infrared illumination in
night vision applications. The models described in this chapter use P-Iris,
which allows for precise control of exposure, producing images with better
clarity and contrast.
The WDR Pro models enhance the image by processing contrasting
intensity of light. The super low lux models can produce color live view in
near darkness. The motorized varifocal lens models allow the user to
adjust the focus and zoom through the Web interface. The arctic models
can withstand extreme temperatures (-40°C ~ 50°C / -40°F ~ 122°F). For
related models, see 2.2 Features.
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Model No.
Specifications
1.3 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux
GV-BL1501
GV-BL2501
2 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux
Varifocal lens
GV-BL3401
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
GV-BL1511
GV-BL2511
GV-BL3411
Description
Motorized
varifocal lens
3 MP, H.264,
WDR Pro
1.3 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux,
3X Optical Zoom
2 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux,
3X Optical Zoom
3 MP, H.264,
WDR Pro, 3X
Optical Zoom
GV-BL5311
P-Iris, f: 4.5 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
5 MP, H.264, 2X
Optical Zoom
GV-BL2511-E
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
2 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux,
3X Optical Zoom
P-Iris, f: 4.5 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
5 MP, H.264, 2X
Optical Zoom
GV-BL5311-E
Motorized
varifocal lens,
extreme
temperature
tolerance
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2.1 Packing List
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Bullet Camera
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Silica Gel Bag x 2
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Self Tapping Screw x 3
Plastic Screw Anchor x 3
Torx Wrench x 3
Sun-Shield Cover Kit (Sun-Shield Cover, Philips Head Screw x 2,
Plastic Screw Spacer x 2, and Hexagon Screw x 2)
2-Pin Terminal Block
3-Pin Terminal Block
Power Adapter
Installation Sticker
Ruler
Stand Kit (Conduit Converter, PG21 Conduit Connector, RJ-45
Connector, M3 Screw x 2, Cable Tie)
Mounting Kit (M4 Screw x 3, Nut x 3, Plate x 3)
GV-IPCAM Software DVD
GV-NVR Software DVD
Warranty Card
Note:
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The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
The Mounting Kit is used for wall corner and pole installations
using GV-Mount300 / 310 / 400 / 410 (optional). For details, see
GV-Mount Accessories Installation Guide on the Software DVD.
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2.2 Features
 Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-BL1501 / 1511
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-BL5311 / 5311-E
1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-BL3401 / 3411
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS
1/2.8’’ progressive scan super low
lux CMOS
GV-BL2501 / 2511 / 2511-E
 Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
 Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-BL1501 / 1511
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-BL2501 / 2511 / 2511-E
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-BL3401 / 3411
20 fps at 2048 x 1536
GV-BL5311 / 5311-E
10 fps at 2560 x 1920
 Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
 Megapixel lens
 Motorized varifocal lens for remote focus/zoom adjustment
(GV-BL1511 / 2511 / 3411 / 5311 and GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E only)









P-iris for auto iris adjustment
Wide Dynamic Range Pro (GV-BL3401 / 3411 only)
Ingress protection (IP67)
Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)
Two-way audio
Built-in heater and fan (GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E only)
One sensor input and alarm output
Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage
NAS recording
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 Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)
 DC 12V / AC 24V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af, not supported by GV-BL2511E / 5311-E)
 Intelligent IR
 Maximum IR distance
Camera Model
Maximum IR Distance
GV-BL5311 / 5311-E
40 m (131 ft)
GV-BL2501 / 2511 / 2511-E
GV-BL3401 / 3411
GV-BL1501 / 1511
50 m (164 ft)
70 m (230 ft)
 Wide temperature tolerance for GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E (-40°C ~ 50°C
/ -40°F ~ 122°F)












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3D noise reduction (GV-BL1501 / 1511 / 2501 / 2511 / 2511-E only)
2D noise reduction (GV-BL3401 / 3411 / 5311 / 5311-E only)
Defog
Motion detection
Tampering alarm
Visual automation
Text overlay
Privacy mask
IP address filtering
Smart Phone and 3GPP support
31 languages on Web interface
ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
2 Bullet Camera (Part II)
2.3 Overview
Twist off the camera cover to access the following:
1
2
3
4
Figure 2-1
No.
1
Name
Memory Card Slot
Description
Receives a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10).
2
Zoom Screw
Holds the zoom lens in place.
3
Focus Screw
Holds the focus lens in place
4
Default Button
Resets all configurations to factory default.
For details, see 1.5 Loading Factory Default.
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To access the following interface, remove the camera base using the
supplied torx wrench.
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 2-2
No.
Name
1
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
2
Audio In
Connects a microphone for audio input.
3
Audio Out
Connects a speaker for audio output.
4
I/O Terminal Block
Connects to I/O devices. For details, see
I/O Terminal, 2.5 Connecting the Camera.
5
DC 12V Port
Connects to power.
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Description
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2.4 Installation
Follow the steps below to install the Bullet Camera.
1.
Paste the supplied sticker to the ceiling/wall. For wall installations,
make sure the arrow on the sticker points toward the ceiling.
Mount template
Figure 2-3
2.
Drill the shaded area, and insert the screw anchor into the three
holes.
3.
Loosen the indicated screws with the supplied torx wrench to
remove the base.
Figure 2-4
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4.
Loosen the indicated screws and remove the back plate.
Back Plate
Figure 2-5
5.
Align and secure the black plate to the wall/ceiling with the supplied
self-tapping screws.
Figure 2-6
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6.
To use a pipe (optional), install the conduit converter using the
supplied M3 screws.
Conduit Converter
PG21 Conduit Connector
Figure 2-7
IMPORTANT: For GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E connected with a power
adapter, only install the conduit converter to the indicated exit.
7.
Install the Ethernet cable.
A. Twist off and remove the cable seal and the conduit connector.
Conduit Connector
Cable Seal
Figure 2-8
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B. Thread an Ethernet cable (with no RJ-45 connector on one end)
from the back panel through the conduit converter (optionally
installed at step 6) and then through the cable seal.
Figure 2-9
IMPORTANT: Use the supplied ruler and leave about 10 cm of the
Ethernet cable between the connector and the cable seal.
C. Re-install the cable seal. Make sure it is installed tightly to
waterproof the camera.
8.
Thread wires into the camera.
A. Disintegrate the removed conduit connector. You should have 4
parts:
1
2
Figure 2-10
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4
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B. Remove the terminal block from the supplied power adapter.
C. Optionally thread audio wires, adapter wires, and I/O wires
through the conduit converter and then through part 1, 2, 3, and 4
of the conduit connector.
Tip: To make the threading easier, it is advised to thread the wires
in the order described here.
For part 2, there are 8 holes each labeled with its diameter.
Remove the plugs and push the wires to the corresponding hole
listed below:
Plug
Figure 2-11
2.6 mm: Audio
2 mm: DC12V / AC24V
1.8 mm: DIDO
Figure 2-12
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IMPORTANT:
 Use the supplied ruler and leave about 10 cm of audio, power,
and I/O wires between their connectors and the cable seal.
 The plugs are used to prevent water from entering the camera

housing. Keep the unused holes plugged and save the
removed plugs for future use.
Only thread the wires through their designated holes on the
conduit connector to make sure the wires are properly sealed.
9.
Install the base to the back plate on the wall.
10.
Connect the wires to the camera.
A. Install the terminal blocks to the power adapter and I/O devices.
See Power Connection and I/O Device Connections in 2.5
Connecting the Camera.
B. Install the supplied RJ-45 connector to the Ethernet cable.
C. Plug all the connectors to the camera panel.
11.
Tie the wires with the supplied cable tie and re-install the base to the
camera. You may need to rotate the base for the wires to fit.
Cable Tie
Figure 2-13
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12.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
13.
Adjust the angles of the camera based on the live view. Three shafts
can be adjusted. See 1.4.2 Adjusting the Angles.
14.
To adjust the focus and insert a micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version
2.0, Class 10), see 1.4.3 Adjusting Lens and Inserting a Memory
Card.
15.
Install the sun-shield cover. For details, see 1.4.4 Installing the SunShield Cover.
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2.5 Connecting the Camera
Power Connection
Use one of the following methods to supply power to the camera. Note that
GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E do not support PoE.

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to
the network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adaptor to the terminal block as shown below. For all
models (except GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E), insert the striped wire to the
left pin (+); for GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E, insert the striped wire to the
right pin (-).
Figure 2-14 (All Models except GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E)
Figure 2-15 (GV-BL2511-E / 5311-E)
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I/O Device Connection
The camera supports one digital input and one digital output of dry contact.
I/O
1 2 3
Figure 2-15
Pin
Function
1
Digital Output
2
GND
3
Digital Input
For details on how to enable an installed I/O device, see 4.2 I/O Settings,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
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Chapter 3 Bullet Camera (Part III)
The Bullet Cameras are specifically designed for outdoors. They are
weatherproof (IP67) and equipped with IR LEDs for infrared illumination in
night vision applications. They support H.265 video codec to achieve better
video compression while maintaining high quality picture. The cameras use
P-Iris, which allows for precise control of exposure, producing images with
better clarity and contrast.
Model No.
Specifications
GV-BL3700
Varifocal
Lens
GV-BL5700
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Description
P-Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
3 MP, H.265,
Super Low
Lux, WDR pro
P-Iris, f: 4 ~ 8 mm,
F/1.65, 1/1.8”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
5 MP, H.265,
Low Lux, WDR
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3.1 Packing List

H.265 Bullet Camera

Sun-shield Cover
 Screw for Sun­shield
Cover x 2

Screw for Supporting Rack
x3

Screw Anchor x 3

Silica Gel Bag x 2

Washer x 2

RJ-45 Connector x 2

Hex Wrench

Screw for Mounting Kit x 3

Nut for Mounting Kit x 3

GV-IPCAM Software DVD

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: The Mounting Kit is used for wall corner and pole installations
using GV-Mount300 / 310 / 400 / 410 (optional). For details, see GVMount Accessories Installation Guide on the Software DVD.
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3.2 Features

Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-BL3700
1/2.8” progressive scan super low lux CMOS
GV-BL5700
1/1.8’’ progressive scan CMOS

Dual streams from H.265, H.264, and MJPEG

Frame rate
Camera Model











GV-BL3700
Up to 30 fps at 2048 x 1536 GV-BL5700
Up to 30 fps at 2592 x 1944
P-iris lens for auto iris control
Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)
Ingress protection (IP67)
Day/Night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
Intelligent IR
IR distance up to 30 m (98.4 ft)
Two-way audio
One alarm input and sensor output
Built-in micro SD card slot for local storage
DC 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Camera Model

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Frame rate
Type of WDR
GV-BL3700
WDR Pro
GV-BL5700
WDR
Defog
3





Bullet Camera (Part III)
Text overlay
Tampering alarm
3D noise reduction
IP address filtering
Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)



Supports iPhone, iPad, Android & 3GPP
31 languages on Web interface
ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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3.3 Overview
1
2
3
4
Figure 3-1
No.
Name
Description
1.
Memory Card
Slot
Receives a micro SD card (SD/SDHC/SDXC/
UHS-I, Class 10).
* UHS-II card type is not supported.
2.
Default Button
Resets all configurations to factory default. For
details, see 3.6 Loading Factory Default.
3.
Focus Screw
Holds the focus lens in place
4.
Zoom Screw
Holds the zoom lens in place.
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3
Bullet Camera (Part III)
3.4 Installation
You can install the camera to the ceiling or wall. Follow the steps below.
1.
Unscrew the camera body, remove the sun-shield mount, and
loosen the camera cover from the camera.
Sun-Shield Mount
Screws
Camera Cover
Figure 3-2
2.
Insert a micro SD card (SD/SDHC/SDXC/UHS-I, Class 10) into the
card slot.
3.
Tape two silica gel bags to the camera module.
Silica Gel Bag
Micro SD Card
Figure 3-3
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4.
Secure the camera cover, fasten the sun-shield mount, and screw
the camera body.
Sun-Shield Mount
Figure 3-4
5.
Slide the sun-shield cover onto the top of the camera. Adjust the
position of the cover before fully securing the cover with the washer
and the screw.
Figure 3-5
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3
6.
Bullet Camera (Part III)
Thread the Ethernet cable into the conduit connector.
A.
Remove the plug from the conduit connector.
Figure 3-6
B.
Disintegrate the removed conduit connector. Thread the
Ethernet cable through the 3 parts.
Figure 3-7
C.
Assemble the conduit connector.
Figure 3-8
Note: If you can’t plug the self-prepared RJ-45 connector into the jack of
the conduit, it is suggested to use the supplied RJ-45 connector.
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7.
Install the camera to the wall or ceiling using the screw anchors and
screws for supporting rack.
Figure 3-9
IMPORTANT: To avoid waterproofing failures, the top of the camera
must be facing upward for wall mount.
8.
Connect the wires and cable connector to the camera. See 5.5
Connecting the Camera.
9.
Access the live view. For details, see 3.1. Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
10.
Adjust angles of the camera body based on the live view.
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3
Bullet Camera (Part III)
3.4.1 Adjusting the Angles
The GV-BL3700 / 5700 is designed to be adjustable in two shafts for easy
and flexible installation.
First Shaft
You can adjust the camera base by 360°.
1.
Unscrew the base fixing screw with the hex wrench.
Figure 3-10
2.
Adjust the angle of camera base, and fasten the base fixing screw
with the hex wrench.
Figure 3-11
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Second Shaft
You can adjust the camera body to the desired angle by tilting the camera
module.
1.
Unscrew the tilting lock screw with the hex wrench.
Figure 3-12
2.
Adjust the angle of camera body to the desired angle.
Figure 3-13
3.
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Fasten the tilting lock screw.
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Bullet Camera (Part III)
3.4.2 Adjusting Lens
To adjust the camera’s zoom and focus, follow the steps below.

Loosen the camera’s cover. See Figure 3-2.

To adjust for image clarity by adjusting the focus and zoom screws.
For details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware
Manual.
Focus Screw
Zoom Screw
Figure 3-14
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3.5 Connecting the Camera
3.5.1 Wire Definition
The 4-Pin terminal block supports 1 digital input and 1 digital output of dry
contact.. For details on how to enable an installed I/O device, see 4.2 I/O
Settings, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual. The 5-Pin terminal block provides
power input, 1 audio input and 1 audio output. The wires are illustrated and
defined below:
Ethernet (PoE)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 3-16
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4-Pin terminal block
5-Pin terminal block
3
No.
Wire Name
1.
Definition
DI -
4-pin
terminal
block
2.
3.
4.
5.
5-pin
terminal
block
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bullet Camera (Part III)
Digital In -
DI +
Digital in +
DO -
Digital Out -
DO+
Digital Out +
12V
12 V DC
GND
DC 12V +
L-IN
Audio in
A GND
Audio Ground
L-OUT
Audio out
Wire
Definition
RJ-45
Ethernet / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
3.5.2. Power Connection
Use one of the following methods to supply power to the camera.

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera
to the network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Connect the wires of your power adapter to the DC 12V+ and DC
12V- pins of the 5-pin terminal blocks.
Figure 3-17
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Voltage Load Expansion (Optional)
The camera can only drive a maximum load of 200mA 5V DC. To expand
the maximum voltage load to 10A 250V AC, 10A 125V AC or 5A 100V DC,
connect the camera to a GV-Relay V2 module (optional product). Refer to
the figure and table below.
Output Devices
Connect to Power
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 3-18
GV-Relay V2
Bullet Camera
Digital In +
COM
4-Pin terminal block
DO1
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Digital Out +
Digital Out -
3
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3.6 Loading Factory Default
Press and hold the default button for about 5 seconds to restore the
factory default. After the ready LED blinks, release the default button. For
details see 1.5 Loading Factory Default.
Default Button
LED status
Figure 3-19
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Chapter 4 Ultra Bullet Camera
The Ultra Bullet Camera is a series of light-weighted cameras designed for
outdoor environments. The camera adheres to the IP67 standard and has
full protection against dust and jets of water. The Ultra Bullet Cameras are
available in motorized varifocal lens and fixed lens at 1.3, 2 and 3
megapixels. The motorized varifocal lens models allow the user to
remotely adjust the focus and zoom through the Web interface. The WDR
Pro models can enhance the live view by processing contrasting intensity
of lights. The super low lux models are able to provide color live view in
near darkness. For related models, see 4.2 Features.
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-UBL1211
1.3 MP Low Lux,
H.264, 3X Optical
Zoom
GV-UBL1511
1.3 MP Super Low
Lux, H.264, 3X Optical
Zoom
GV-UBL2411
Varifocal
Lens
Auto Iris, f: 3 ~ 9
mm, F/1.2, 1/2.7’’
ø 14 mm Lens
Mount
2 MP, H.264, WDR
Pro, 3X Optical Zoom
GV-UBL2511
2 MP Super Low Lux,
H.264, 3X Optical
Zoom
GV-UBL3411
3 MP, H.264, WDR
Pro, 3X Optical Zoom
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Model No.
Specifications
GV-UBL1301-0F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL1301-1F
Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm,
F/1.5, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL1301-2F
GV-UBL1301-3F
Fixed Iris, f: 4 / 8 mm,
F/1.6, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL2401-0F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL2401-1F
Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm,
F/1.5, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL2401-2F
GV-UBL2401-3F
Fixed Iris, f: 8 / 12 mm,
F/1.6, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL3401-0F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL3401-1F
Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm,
F/1.5, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
GV-UBL3401-2F
GV-UBL3401-3F
Fixed Iris, f: 8 / 12 mm,
F/1.6, 1/3’’ M12 Lens
Mount
Description
1.3 MP, Low
Lux, H.264
1.3 MP, Low
Lux, H.264
2 MP, H.264,
WDR Pro
3 MP, H.264,
WDR Pro
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4.1 Packing List

Ultra Bullet Camera (with Waterproof or Non-Waterproof LAN
connector)

Camera Stand

Black Rubber

Self Tapping Screw x 3

Plastic Screw Anchor x 3

Torx Wrench

Sun-Shield Cover Kit (Sun-Shield Cover, Philips Head Screw x 2,
Plastic Screw Spacer x 2 and Hexagon Screw x 2)

Cable connector (for waterproof LAN connector only)

Silica Gel Bag x 2

2-Pin Terminal Block

Data cable

Power Adapter

GV-IPCAM Software DVD

GV-NVR Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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4.2 Features

Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-UBL1211
1/3’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-UBL1301 Series
1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-UBL1511
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux CMOS
GV-UBL2511
1/2.8’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-UBL2411 / 3411
GV-UBL2401 Series
GV-UBL3401 Series
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS

Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG

Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-UBL1211 / 1511
GV-UBL1301 Series
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-UBL2411 / 2401 Series
GV-UBL2511
GV-UBL3411 / 3401 Series
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
20 fps at 2048 x 1536

Motorized varifocal lens for remote focus/zoom adjustment

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

Wide Dynamic Range Pro (WDR Pro) (for GV-UBL2411 / 3411 /
2401 Series / 3401 Series only)

Defog

Ingress protection (IP67)

Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)

One alarm input and sensor output
(for GV-UBL1211 / 1511 / 2411 / 2511 / 3411 only)
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
Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage

NAS recording

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows
& Mac)

Intelligent IR

3D noise reduction (for GV-UBL1511 / 2511)

2D noise reduction (except for GV-UBL1511 / 2511)

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Visual automation

Text overlay

Privacy mask

IP address filtering

DC 5V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Megapixel lens

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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4.3 Overview
Panel
3
1
4
5
2
Figure 4-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Power & I/O
Connector
Connects to the data cable. For details, see
4.4.2 Connecting the Camera.
2
Default Button
Resets all configurations to factory default. For
details, see 4.5 Loading Factory Default.
3
LAN / PoE Cable
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
4
Memory Card
Slot
Receives a micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version
2.0 only, Class 10).
5
Silica gel bag
Desiccant that keeps the camera housing dry.
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LAN Connector
The Ultra Bullet Camera provides two connector types. Select an option
based on your installation environment.

Option 1 (Waterproof)
To waterproof the cable, install the supplied cable connector. See 3.4.1
Waterproofing the Cable.

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Option 2 (Smaller and non-waterproof)
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4.4 Installation
You can install the camera to the ceiling or wall. Follow the steps below.
1.
Optionally insert a micro SD card to the camera.
A. Unscrew and open the back panel with the supplied torx wrench.
Figure 4-2
B. Insert a micro SD card into the card slot and replace the silica
gel bag (see Figure 4-1).
IMPORTANT: Make sure the I/O connector is firmly plugged.
C. Secure the back cover with the supplied torx wrench.
2.
Install the sun-shield cover to the camera.
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A. Fasten the hexagon screw(s) on the top of the camera.
Hexagon Screws
Figure 4-3
B. Put the sun-shield cover on the top of the camera. For optimal
sun-shield performance, make sure the rear hexagon screw is at
the end of the opening.
Sun-Shield Cover
Figure 4-4
IMPORTANT: The GeoVision logo on the sun-shield cover should
be closer to the front of the camera.
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C. Fasten the Philips head screws with the plastic screw spacers to
mount the sun-shield cover onto the camera.

Ceiling Mount: Fasten one Philips head screw to the top
of the camera.

Wall Mount: Fasten two Philips head screws to the top
of the camera.
Philips Head Screw
Plastic Screw Spacer
Figure 4-5
3.
Install the camera stand.
A. Ceiling Mount: Secure the black rubber and the camera stand to
the screw hole on the top.
Figure 4-
6
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B. Wall Mount: Secure the black rubber and the camera stand to
one of the screw holes on the bottom.
Figure 4-7
4.
Use the screw anchors and self-tapping screws to secure the
camera to the wall.
Figure 4-8
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5.
Remove the protection sticker from the camera’s cover.
6.
Connect the wires and cable connector to the camera. See 3.4.1
Waterproofing the Cable and 3.4.2 Connecting the Camera.
7.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
8.
Adjust angles of the camera body based on the live view.
9.
For varifocal models (GV-UBL1211 / 1511 / 2411 / 2511 / 3411),
adjust the focus. For details, see 3.2.2 The Control Panel of the Live
View Window, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
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4.4.1 Waterproofing the Cable
Waterproof the option 1 LAN / PoE cable (see 3.3 Overview) using the
supplied cable connector. The cable connector can be dissembled into 5
parts:
1
2
3
5
4
Figure 4-9
1.
Cut off the RJ-45 connector on one end of the Ethernet cable.
Figure 4-10
2.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the LAN / PoE connector (No. 3,
Figure 4-1) on the camera.
3.
Slide the components through the Ethernet cable as shown below.
A
1
2
3
4
Figure 4-11
4.
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Paste the item 1 sticker to item 2.
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5.
Move all the components toward the LAN / PoE connector, fit item 4
to item 2, secure item 3 to the LAN / PoE connector (Item A) and
finally secure item 5 to item 2 tightly.
Figure 4-12
IMPORTANT: Item 5 must be secured tightly to waterproof the
LAN / PoE connector.
6.
Prepare an RJ-45 connector, reconnect the RJ-45 connector to the
cable, and then connect the camera to network.
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4.4.2 Connecting the Camera
Wire Definition
The camera’s 4-pin data cable provides connections for power, ground, 1
sensor input and 1 alarm output. The wires are defined below:
Figure 4-13
No.
Wire Color
1
Red
DC 5V
2
Green
Digital In
3
Blue
Digital Out
4
Black
Ground
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Definition
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Power Connection
Connect the camera to power using one of the following methods:

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to
the network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adaptor to the terminal block as shown below.
1.
Insert the black wire of the data cable to the left pin (-) and
the red wire to the right pin (+).
Figure 4-14
2.
Connect the DC 5V power adapter to the terminal block.
DC 5V Power Adaptor
Terminal Block
Figure 4-15
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Voltage Load Expansion (Optional)
The camera can only drive a maximum load of 200mA 5V DC. To expand
the maximum voltage load to 10A 250V AC, 10A 125V AC or 5A 100V DC,
connect the camera to a GV-Relay V2 module (optional product). Refer to
the figure and table below.
Output Devices
Connect
to power
Figure 4-16
GV-Relay V2
Ultra Bullet Camera
DO1
Digital Out (Blue)
COM
Ground (Black)
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4.5 Loading Factory Default
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds to store the factory
default. For details see 1.5 Loading Factory Default.
Default button
Figure 4-17
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Chapter 5 Target Bullet Camera
(Part I)
The Target Bullet Camera is a series of light-weighted cameras designed
for outdoor environments. The camera adheres to the IP67 standard and
has full protection against dust and jets of water. The camera offers an
entry­level surveillance solution with all the essential features and excellent
image quality.
Model No.
GV-EBL1100-1F
GV-EBL2100-1F
GV-EBL1100-2F
GV-EBL2100-2F
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Specifications
Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 6 mm,
F/1.8, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8 mm,
F/1.8, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
Description
1.3 MP / 2 MP,
H.264, Low
Lux
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5.1 Packing List

Target Bullet Camera

Sun-Shield Cover

Silica Gel Tape x 2

Supporting Rack

Screw for supporting rack x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

Screw for sun-shield cover

Washer

Terminal Block

GV-IPCAM Software DVD

GV-NVR Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: Power adapter can be purchased upon request.
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5.2 Features
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



















1/3” progressive scan low lux CMOS for GV-EBL1100 Series



Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP
1/2.8’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS for GV-EBL2100 Series
Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
Up to 30 fps at 1280 x 1024
Up to 25 fps at 1920 x 1080
Intelligent IR
Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
Megapixel lens
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)
Ingress protection (IP67)
Defog
Motion detection
Tampering alarm
Text overlay
Privacy mask
IP address filtering
DC 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
NAS Recording
Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows
& Mac)
31 languages on Web interface
ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
5 Target Bullet Camera (Part I)
5.3 Overview
2
1
Figure 5-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Power
Connector
Connects to the data cable. For details, see
5.5 Connecting the Camera.
2
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 5.6 Loading Factory Default.
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5.4 Installation
You can install the camera to the ceiling or wall. Follow the steps below.
1.
Slide the sun-shield cover onto the top of the camera.
Figure 5-3
Note: The GeoVision logo on the sun-shield cover should be closer to
the front of the camera.
2.
Line up the screw hole on the camera with the opening on the sunshield cover.
Figure 5-4
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3.
Ceiling Mount: Secure the supporting rack to the opening on the
sun-shield cover
Figure 5-5
4.
Wall Mount:
A.
Insert and tighten the supplied screw and washer on the sunshield cover.
B.
Secure the supporting rack to the bottom.
Figure 5-6
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5.
Thread the Ethernet cable into the conduit connector. For details,
see step 6, 3.4 Installation.
Figure 5-7
Note: The size of RJ-45 connector must be within 14 mm to plug into the
jack of the conduit.
Unfit size of RJ45 Connector
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6.
Install the camera to the wall or ceiling using the screw anchors and
self-tapping screws. You can also stand the camera on a plain
surface.
Figure 5-8
7.
Remove the protection sticker from the camera’s cover.
8.
Connect the wires and cable connector to the camera. See 5.5
Connecting the Camera.
9.
Access the live view. For details, see 3.1. Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
10.
Adjust angles of the camera body based on the live view.
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5.5 Connecting the Camera
5.5.1 Wire Definition
The data cable provides connections for power, ground and network
access. The wires are defined below:
Figure 5-9
No.
Wire Color
Definition
1
Red
DC 12V
2
Black
Ground
3
Black (thick)
PoE, Ethernet
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5.5.2 Power Connection
There are two ways to supply power to the camera:

Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter to connect the camera to
the network, and the power will be provided at the same time.

Plug the power adapter to the 12V terminal block as shown below.
The power adapter is an optional device.
1.
Insert the black wire of the data cable to the left pin (-) and the red
wire to the right pin (+).
- +
Figure 5-10
2.
Connect the DC 12V power adapter to the terminal block.
DC 12V Power Adaptor
Terminal Block
Figure 5-11
Note: The Power Adaptor is not supplied in the packing list. You need
to self-prepare this item.
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5.6 Loading Factory Default
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds to restore the
factory default. For details see 1.5 Loading Factory Default
Default button
Figure 5-12
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Chapter 6 Target Bullet Camera
(Part II)
The Target Bullet Camera is a light-weighted camera designed for outdoor
environments. It adheres to the IP67 standard and has full protection
against dust and jets of water. The camera also allows automatic and
precise control of exposure using its P-iris, producing images with better
clarity and contrast. It offers an entry­level surveillance solution with all the
essential features and excellent image quality.
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-EBL2101
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 3 ~ 9 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
GV-EBL2111
Motorized
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
2 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux
GV-EBL3101
Varifocal
Lens
P-Iris, f: 2.8 ~ 12 mm,
F/1.7, 1/2.7”, ø 14 mm
Lens Mount
3 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux
2 MP, H.264,
Super Low Lux
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6.1 Packing List

Target Bullet Camera

Sun-shield Cover

Silica Gel Bag x 2

Screw for Supporting Rack
x3

Screw Anchor x 3

Screw for Sun-shield Cover
x2

Washer x 2

RJ45 Connector

Terminal Block

Screw for Mounting Kit x 3

Nut for Mounting Kit x 3

Hex Wrench

GV-IPCAM Software
DVD

GV-NVR Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: Power adapter can be purchased upon request.
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6.2 Features



1/2.8” progressive scan super low lux CMOS








Intelligent IR








3D noise deduction



Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP
Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080 (for GV-EBL2101 / 2111); Up to 30
fps at 2048 x 1536 (for GV-EBL3101)
Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
Megapixel lens
P-Iris lens for auto Iris control
DC 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)
Ingress protection (IP67)
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) (for GV-EBL2101 / 2111); Wide
Dynamic Range Pro (WDR Pro) (for GV-EBL3101)
Defog
Motion detection
Tampering alarm
Text overlay
Privacy mask
IP address filtering
Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows
& Mac)
31 languages on Web interface
ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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6.3 Overview
3
Figure 6-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Zoom Screw
Holds the zoom lens in place.
2
Focus Screw
Holds the focus lens in place
3
Default Button
Resets all configurations to factory default. For
details, see 6.6 Loading Factory Default.
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6.4 Installation
You can install the camera to the ceiling or wall. Follow the steps below.
1.
Replace the Silica Gel Bag.
A.
Remove the camera cover from the camera.
Figure 6-2
B.
Loosen the camera’s screws and the hexagon pillars as
indicated below.
Figure 6-3
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C.
Take out the camera from the camera body
Figure 6-4
D.
Cut the 2 silica gel bags apart with scissors, and place the
new silica gel bags at the lower half of the camera body.
Figure 6-5
2.
Secure the 2 hexagon pillars to the upper and lower holes of camera
module as indicated below.
Figure 6-6
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4.
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Secure the camera cover.
Slide the sun-shield cover onto the top of the camera. You can also
secure the sun shield cover onto the back of the camera. Adjust the
position of the cover before fully securing the cover with the washer
and the screw.
Figure 6-7
Note:
1.
The GeoVision logo on the sun-shield cover should be closer to
the front of the camera.
2.
There are two holes for the screws at the back of the camera.
You only need to fasten one screw to secure the sun shield
cover.
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5.
Thread the Ethernet cable into the camera. For details, see step 6,
3.4 Installation.
Figure 6-8
Note: If you can’t plug the self-prepared RJ-45 connector into the jack of
the conduit, it is suggested to use the supplied RJ-45 connector.
6.
Install the camera to the wall or ceiling using the screw anchors and
screws for supporting rack.
Figure 6-9
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IMPORTANT: To avoid waterproofing failures, the top of the camera
must be facing upward for wall mount.
7.
8.
9.
Connect the wires and cable connector to the camera. See 5.5
Connecting the Camera.
Access the live view. For details, see 3.1. Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
Adjust angles of the camera body based on the live view.
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6.4.1 Adjusting the Angles
GV-EBL2101 / 2111 / 3101 are designed to be adjustable in two shafts for
easy and flexible installation.
You can adjust the camera base by 360° and the camera body to the
desired angle by tilting the camera module. For details, see 3.4.1 Adjusting
the Angles.
360°
Figure 6-10
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6.4.2 Adjusting Lens
To adjust the camera’s zoom and focus, follow the steps below.
1.
2.
Loosen the camera’s cover. See Figure 6-2.
To adjust for image clarity by adjusting the focus and zoom screws.
For details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware
Manual.
Zoom Screw
Focus Screw
Figure 6-11
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6.5 Connecting the Camera
6.5.1 Wire Definition
The data cable provides connections for power, ground and network
access. The wires are defined below:
Figure 6-12
No.
Wire Color
Definition
1
Red
DC 12V
2
Black
Ground
3
Black (thick)
PoE, Ethernet
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6.5.2 Power Connection
For details, see 5.5.2 Power Connection.
Note: The Power Adaptor is not supplied in the packing list. You need
to self-prepare this item.
6.6 Loading Factory Default
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds to load the factory
default. For details, see 1.5 Loading Factory Default.
Figure 6-13
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