Full HD Multiple Streams Extreme-WDR Compact Bullet IP

Full HD Multiple Streams Extreme-WDR
Compact Bullet IP Camera
NBR224P series
User’s Manual
Ver. 1.2
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Table of Contents
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2.
Overview ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1.1
Features ........................................................................................................................... 2
1.2
Package Contents ............................................................................................................ 3
1.3
Dimensions....................................................................................................................... 7
1.4
Connectors (Indoor Only)................................................................................................. 8
1.5
Function Cable Definition (Outdoor only) ........................................................................ 9
1.6
Micro SD Card Slot / Default Button .............................................................................. 10
Camera Cabling........................................................................................................................ 11
2.1
Connect Power............................................................................................................... 11
2.2
Connect Ethernet Cable................................................................................................. 11
2.3
Connect Alarm I/O and RS-485 ..................................................................................... 11
3.
System Requirements ............................................................................................................. 12
4.
Access Camera ........................................................................................................................ 13
5.
Setup Video Resolution .......................................................................................................... 17
6.
Configuration Files Export / Import ....................................................................................... 18
Appendix A: Technical Specifications .......................................................................................... 19
Appendix B: Delete the Existing DC Viewer ................................................................................. 20
Appendix C: Setup Internet Security ............................................................................................. 21
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1.
Overview
The IP Camera supports both H.264 and MJPEG standard. The H.264 encoder
performance is up to 1080P 60fps. Also, the product series can supply dual Full
HD 1080P real-time streaming. With more computing power, the IP Camera
could provide more flexibility for users and system managers. The camera also
supports Shutter WDR function, which can provide better image quality under
extreme light contrast scenario or changing lighting environment.
1.1
Features
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Sony Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor
1.3M / 2M Resolution*
Quad Streams Support
Dual Streams, Full HD 1080P Real-Time + Full HD 1080P Real-Time
Dual Stream Compression- H.264 Baseline / Main / High Profile + MJPEG
Multi-language Support
Tampering Alarm
Remote Zoom & Focus (Motorized Lens)*
Ultra Dynamic Range
Motion Detection
Privacy Masks
3D Noise Reduction / 2D Noise Reduction
Smart IR Mode
Network Failure Detection
Day/Night (ICR)
IR LED Module (working distance up to 25m)*
Digital Image Stabilization (DIS)
Auto Iris Lens Support*
Weatherproof (IP66 International)*
High Power PoE (PoE+)
Micro SD Support
BNC Analog Output
RS-485 Support
ONVIF Support
(*) Optional
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1.2
Package Contents
Please check the package contains the following items listed below.
Indoor (Board Lens)
Full HD Multiple Streams Ultra-WDR
4 Pins Terminal Block
Compact Bullet IP Camera
Quick Guide
CD
(bundled software and documentation)
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Indoor (Motorized Lens / Vari-focal Lens / 3x AF Lens)
Full HD Multiple Streams Ultra-WDR
4 Pins Terminal Block
Compact Bullet IP Camera
Quick Guide
CD
(bundled software and documentation)
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Outdoor (Board Lens)
Full HD Multiple Streams Ultra-WDR
Security Torx
Compact Bullet IP Camera
Self Tapping Screws
Plastic Screw Anchors
(x5)
(x5)
Quick Guide
Desiccant
CD
(bundled software and documentation)
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Outdoor (Motorized Lens / Vari-focal Lens / 3x AF Lens)
Full HD Multiple Streams Ultra-WDR
Security Torx
Compact Bullet IP Camera
Self Tapping Screws
Plastic Screw Anchors
(x5)
(x5)
Quick Guide
Desiccant
CD
(bundled software and documentation)
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1.3
Dimensions
The IP Camera’s dimensions are shown below.
Indoor (Board Lens)
Indoor (Motorized Lens / Vari-focal Lens / 3x AF Lens)
Outdoor (Board Lens)
Outdoor (Motorized Lens / Vari-focal Lens / 3x AF Lens)
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1.4
Connectors (Indoor Only)
The diagram below shows the connectors of the IP Camera. Definition for each
connector will be given as follows.
No.
1
2
3
Alarm I/O and RS-485
4
5
PoE NETWORK
Network LEDs
DC 12V +
DC 12V −
AC1 24V
AC2 24V
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Connector
LINE IN & LINE OUT
VIDEO (BNC Connector)
Definition
Two-way audio transmission
For video output
1
Input −
4
Output +
2
Input +
5
D+
3
Output −
6
D−
For Ethernet Cable and PSE connection
Network connection and activity indication
DC 12V or AC 24V connectors
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Function Cable Definition (Outdoor only)
No.
Pin
Definition
Remarks
Pink
Line In
Two-way audio
1
Audio I/O
transmission
Green Line Out
2
BNC
For video output
3
Power DC Jack
DC 12V
Power connection
Brown D +
4
RS-485
RS-485 connection
Purple D −
Orange Alarm Out (+)
Yellow Alarm Out (−)
Alarm I/O
5
Alarm connection
(4-Pin Terminal Block)
Green Alarm In (+)
Blue
Alarm In (−)
Red
AC 24V_1 (+)
Power AC
6
24V(optional)
Brown Ground ( )
Power connection
(3-Pin Terminal Block)
Black
AC 24V_2 (−)
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Network (with PoE)
For Ethernet Cable and PSE connection
*If the Function Cable is used, make sure the color pins are connected correctly.
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Micro SD Card Slot / Default Button
The positions of the Micro SD Card Slot and the Default Button for each lens
type are shown as below.
3x Zoom Lens
Board Lens
Vari-focal Lens
Micro SD Card Slot
Insert the SD Card into the Micro SD Card Slot to store videos and snapshots.
Default Button
Press the button with a proper tool to restore the system to default setting.
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2.
Camera Cabling
Please follow the instructions below to complete IP Camera connection.
2.1
Connect Power
For power connection, please refer to section 1.4 Connectors for the Indoor
models, and see section 1.5 Function Cable Definition for the Outdoor models.
Alternatively, users can power the camera by PoE. Refer to the section below to
connect the Ethernet Cable for PoE connection.
NOTE: If PoE is used, make sure Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) is
in used in the network.
2.2
Connect Ethernet Cable
Use of Category 5 Ethernet Cable is recommended for network connection;
to have best transmission quality, cable length shall not exceed 100 meters.
Connect one end of the Ethernet Cable to the RJ-45 connector of the IP
Camera, and the other end of the cable to the network switch or PC.
NOTE: In some cases, Ethernet Crossover Cable might be needed
when connecting the IP Camera directly to the PC.
Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs. If the LEDs are
unlit, please check the LAN connection.
Green Link Light indicates good network connection.
Orange Activity Light flashes for network activity indication.
2.3
Connect Alarm I/O and RS-485
For Indoor models, there will be a 6 pins terminal block for the Alarm I/O and the
RS-485 connections. For Outdoor models, the RS-485 is connected by two
wires (purple and brown), and the Alarm I/O is connected by a 4 pins terminal
block. Refer to section 1.4 Connectors (Indoor) and 1.5 Function Cable
Definition (Outdoor) for the pin definitions.
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3.
System Requirements
To perform the IP Camera via web browser, please ensure the PC is in good
network connection, and meet the system requirements as described below.
Items
System Requirement
1. Intel® Pentium® M, 2.16 GHz or
Personal Computer
Intel® CoreTM2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
2. 2 GB RAM or more
Operating System
Windows VISTA / Windows XP / Windows 7
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Web Browser
Firefox
Chrome
Safari
Network Card
Viewer
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10Base-T (10 Mbps), 100Base-TX (100 Mbps) or
1000Base-T (1000 Mbps) operation
ActiveX control plug-in for Microsoft IE
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Access Camera
For initial access to the IP Camera, users can search the camera through the
installer program: DeviceSearch.exe, which can be found in “DeviceSearch”
folder in the supplied CD.
Access Device Search Software
Step 1: Double click on the program Device Search.exe. After its window
appears, click on the <Device Search> button on the top side.
Step 2: The security alert window will pop up. Click on <Unblock> to continue.
Device Search
Step 3: Click on <Device Search> again, and all the finding IP devices
will be listed in the page. The IP address of the camera is
192.168.0.250.
Step 4: Double click or right click and select <Browse> to access the camera
directly via web browser.
Step 5: The Login window will pop up. Enter the default login ID and password
shown below to login to the camera.
Login ID
Password
Admin
1234
NOTE: ID and password are case sensitive.
NOTE: It is strongly advised that administrator’s password be
altered for the security concerns. Refer to Full HD Multiple
Streams Ultra-WDR IP Camera Menu Tree for further details.
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Additionally, users can change the IP Camera’s network property (DHCP or
Static IP) directly in the device finding list. Refer to the following section for
changing the IP Camera’s network property.
Example of Changing IP Camera’s Network Property (Static IP to DHCP)
Step 1: In the finding device list, click on the IP Camera which its network
property is going to be changed. On the selected item, right click and
select <Network Setup>. Meanwhile, record the IP Camera’s MAC
address, for future identification.
Step 2: The <Network Setup> page will come out. Select <DHCP>, and click
<Apply> button down the page.
Step 3: Click on <OK> on the Note of setting change. Wait for one minute to
re-search the IP Camera.
Step 4: Click on the <Device Search> button to re-search all the devices.
Then select the IP Camera with the correct MAC address.
Double click on the camera, and the login window will come out.
Step 5: Enter User name and Password to access the IP Camera.
Installing DC Viewer Software Online
For the initial access to the IP Camera, a client program, DC Viewer, will be
automatically installed to the PC when connecting to the IP Camera.
If the Web browser doesn’t allow DC Viewer installation, please check the
Internet security settings or ActiveX controls and plug-ins settings (refer to
Appendix C: Setup Internet Security) to continue the process.
The Information Bar (just below the URL bar) may come out and ask for
permission to install the ActiveX Control for displaying video in browser.
Right click on the Information Bar and select <Install ActiveX Control…> to allow
the installation.
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The download procedure of DC Viewer software is specified as follows.
Step 1: In the DC Viewer installation window, click on <Next> to start the
installation.
Step 2: The status bar will show the installation progress. After the installation
is completed, click on <Finish> to exit the installation process.
Step 3: Click on <Finish> to close the DC Viewer installation page.
Once the DC Viewer is successfully installed, the IP Camera’s Home page will
be displayed as the figure below.
AF Lens Models
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Image and Focus Adjustment
The image will be displayed on the Home page when the IP Camera is
successfully accessed. Adjust zoom and focus as necessary to produce a clear
image.
NOTE: Please refer to Full HD Multiple Streams Ultra-WDR IP Camera
Menu Tree for more button function details.
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Setup Video Resolution
Users can setup Video Resolution on Video Format page of the user-friendly
browser-based configuration interface.
Video Format can be found under this path: Streaming> Video Format.
The default value of Video Resolution is as below.
2M
1080P (25 fps) + D1 (25 fps)
1080P (30 fps) + VGA (30 fps)
For more Video Resolution combination details, please refer to Full HD Multiple
Streams Ultra-WDR IP Camera Menu Tree.
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Configuration Files Export / Import
To export / import configuration files, users can access the Maintenance page
on the user-friendly browser-based configuration interface.
The Maintenance setting can be found under this path: System> Maintenance.
Users can export configuration files to a specified location and retrieve data by
uploading an existing configuration file to the IP Camera. It is especially
convenient to make multiple cameras having the same configuration.
Export
Users can save the system settings by exporting the configuration file (.bin) to a
specified location for future use. Click on the <Export> button, and the pop up
File Download window will come out. Click on <Save> and specify a desired
location for saving the configuration file.
Upload
To upload an existing configuration file to the IP Camera, please first click on
<Browse> to select the configuration file, and then click on the <Upload> button
for uploading.
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Camera:
Network
Image Sensor
1/2.8" Progressive CMOS
Effective Pixels
1920(H) x 1080(V)
Minimum
Color: 0.2 Lux ; B/W: 0.02 Lux
Illumination
White Balance
Manual / AWB / ATW
Shutter Speed
1 ~ 1/10,000 sec.
Interface
Video Compression
Dual Streams
Back Focus
NTSC: H.264 1080P(60 fps) + H.264 D1 (30 fps)
H.264 1080P(25/30 fps) +
Quad Streams
Auto/Manual
H.264 720P(25/30 fps) +
H.264 720P(25/30 fps) +
H.264/MJPEG CIF(25/30 fps)
Full HD 1080P / SXGA / HD 720P / XGA /
Operation
English / French / German / Italian / Korean /
Multiple Languages
Video Resolution
IPv4/v6, TCP/IP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, HTTP, HTTPS,
Protocol
Image setting
Backlight
Compensation
White Balance
Noise Reduction
Wide Dynamic
Range
Region of Interest
Exposure
Color Setting
Digital Zoom
Motion Detection
Privacy Mask
SVGA / D1 / VGA / CIF / QCIF
@50/60fps or 25/30fps (2 shutter WDR)
Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese /
Russian / Spanish / Thailand
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fps)
H.264 1080P(60 fps) + MJPEG VGA (30 fps)
NBR224-39A
Intelligent Auto
H.264 / MJPEG
PAL: H.264 1080P(50 fps) + H.264/MJPEG D1(50
3~9mm F1.2 (P-iris) Auto Optical Zoom Focus:
View angle: 108º (Wide); 41 º (Tele)
(Giga Ethernet)
Video Streaming
3~9mm F1.2 vari-focal : NBR224P-39V
Lens
RJ-45, 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
ICMP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, PPPoE, UPnP, IGMP,
SNMP, QoS, ONVIF
On/Off
Alarm in/out
Auto /Manual / ATW
Security
3D/2D: Low / Middle / High / Off
2 Shutters WDR (96dB)
4 zones
Auto/Manual
Brightness/ Sharpness/ Contrast/ Saturation/
Hue
Support
On / Off / By schedule
On/Off ; Color type
Yes; 4-pin of 6 Terminal Block, Pitch 3.5 mm
HTTPS / IP Filter / IEEE 802.1x; user account: 20;
level: user/administrator
Micro SD
microSDHC 32GB support
Event Notification
HTTP / FTP / SMTP
General
IR illuminator
With Smart IR, Up to 25M(82ft), 850nm
wavelength, 24 LEDs
LED Indicator
Power / Link / ACT
TV out
Yes; BNC 1.0 Vp-p / 75 Ω, BNC
Waterproof
IP66
Operating
-10°C ~ 50°C (14° ~ 122° F)
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Appendix B: Delete the Existing DC Viewer
For users who have installed the DC Viewer in the PC previously, please remove the
existing DC Viewer from the PC before accessing to the IP Camera.
Deleting the DC Viewer
In the Windows <Start Menu>, activate <Control Panel>, and then double click on <Add or
Remove Programs>. In the <Currently installed programs> list, select <DCViewer> and
click on the button <Remove> to uninstall the existing DC Viewer.
Deleting Temporary Internet Files
To improve browser performance, it is suggested to clean up all the files in the <Temporary
Internet Files>. The procedure is as follows.
Step 1: Click on the <Tools> tab on the menu bar and select <Internet Options>.
Step 2: Click on the <Delete> button under the <Browsing History> section.
Step 3: In the appeared window, tick the box beside the <Temporary Internet Files> and
click on <Delete> to start deleting the files.
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Appendix C: Setup Internet Security
If ActiveX control installation is blocked, please either set Internet security level to default or
change ActiveX controls and plug-ins settings.
Internet Security Level: Default
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Start the Internet Explorer (IE).
Click on the <Tools> tab on the menu bar and select <Internet Options>.
Click on the <Security> tab, and select <Internet> zone.
Down the page, click on the <Default Level> button and click on <OK> to confirm
the setting. Close the browser window, and restart a new one later to access the
IP Camera.
ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins Settings
Step 1: Repeat Steps 1 ~ 3 of the previous section above.
Step 2: Down the page, click on the <Custom Level> button to change ActiveX controls
and plug-ins settings. The Security Settings window will pop up.
Step 3: Under <ActiveX controls and plug-ins>, set ALL items (as listed below) to
<Enable> or <Prompt>. Please note that the items vary by IE version.
ActiveX controls and plug-ins settings:
1. Binary and script behaviors.
2. Download signed ActiveX controls.
3. Download unsigned ActiveX controls.
4. Allow previously unused ActiveX controls to run without prompt.
5. Allow Scriptlets.
6. Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls.
7. Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting.
8. Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins.
9. Only allow approved domains to use ActiveX without prompt.
10. Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting*.
11. Display video and animation on a webpage that does not use external media player.
Step 4: Click on <OK> to accept the settings. A prompt window will appear for confirming
the setting changes, click <Yes(Y)> to close the Security Setting window.
Step 5: Click on <OK> to close the <Internet Options> window.
Step 6: Close the browser window, and restart a new one later to access the IP Camera.
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