NET5501-XT
VIDEO ENCODER
Installation/Operation Manual
C5652M-A (10/14)
Copyright
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted without the prior written permission of the
manufacturer.
Content
Overview
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Important Safety Instructions
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Important Notices
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Installation
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Web Viewer
19
Legal Notice (Audio Notice)
Introduction
Package Contents
Front Panel Description
Rear Panel Description
System Organization
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Factory Default
12
13
Wall Mounting
Connecting to an External Device
19
What is the Web Viewer?
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System Setting
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35
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Network Topology Statement
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Appendix
Caution
Live
Network Setting
Camera Configuration
A/V Streams Setting
User Setting
Events Setting
Help
38
Product Specification
40
Pelco Troubleshooting Contact Information
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Troubleshooting (FAQ)
Product Overview
Open Source License Report on the Product
Overview
Important Safety Instructions
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided
for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the points
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases shall be placed
on the apparatus.
16. WARNING : To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
17. Installation should be done only by qualified personnel and conform to all local codes.
18. Unless the unit is specifically marked as a NEMA Type 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 4X, 6, or 6P enclosure, it is designed for indoor use only
and it must not be installed where exposed to rain and moisture.
19. Use only installation methods and materials capable of supporting four times the maximum specified load.
20. A readily accessible disconnect device shall be incorporated in the building installation wiring.
21. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
22. A CCC approved power cord must be used to power this equipment when used in China.
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Overview
Caution
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and maintenance instructions in the literature
accompanying this unit.
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Overview
WARNING : This product is sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). To avoid ESD damage to this product,
use ESD safe practices during installation. Before touching, adjusting or handling this product, correctly attach
an ESD wrist strap to your wrist and appropriately discharge your body and tools. For more information about
ESD control and safe handling practices of electronics, please refer to ANSI/ESD S20.20-1999 or contact the
Electrostatic Discharge Association (www.esda.org).
Overview
Important Notices
REGULATORY NOTICES
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERFERENCE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of 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 case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Changes and Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer or registrant of this equipment can void your authority to
operate this equipment under Federal Communications Commission’s rules.
CAN ICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)
LEGAL NOTICE [Audio Notice]
SOME PELCO EQUIPMENT CONTAINS, AND THE SOFTWARE ENABLES, AUDIO/VISUAL AND RECORDING CAPABILITIES,
THE IMPROPER USE OF WHICH MAY SUBJECT YOU TO CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES. APPLICABLE LAWS REGARDING
THE USE OF SUCH CAPABILITIES VARY BETWEEN JURISDICTIONS AND MAY REQUIRE, AMONG OTHER THINGS, EXPRESS
WRITTEN CONSENT FROM RECORDED SUBJECTS. YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR INSURING STRICT COMPLIANCE
WITH SUCH LAWS AND FOR STRICT ADHERENCE TO ANY/ALL RIGHTS OF PRIVACY AND PERSONALTY. USE OF THIS
EQUIPMENT AND/OR SOFTWARE FOR ILLEGAL SURVEILLANCE OR MONITORING SHALL BE DEEMED UNAUTHORIZED USE
IN VIOLATION OF THE END USER SOFTWARE AGREEMENT AND RESULT IN THE IMMEDIATE TERMINATION OF YOUR LICENSE
RIGHTS THEREUNDER.
VIDEO QUALITY CAUTION
FRAME RATE NOTICE REGARDING USER SELECTED OPTIONS
Pelco systems are capable of providing high quality video for both live viewing and playback. However, the systems can be used
in lower quality modes, which can degrade picture quality, to allow for a slower rate of data transfer and to reduce the amount of
video data stored. The picture quality can be degraded by either lowering the resolution, reducing the picture rate, or both. A picture
degraded by having a reduced resolution may result in an image that is less clear or even indiscernible. A picture degraded by
reducing the picture rate has fewer frames per second, which can result in images that appear to jump or move more quickly than
normal during playback. Lower frame rates may result in a key event not being recorded by the system.
Judgment as to the suitability of the products for users' purposes is solely the users' responsibility. Users shall determine the
suitability of the products for their own intended application, picture rate and picture quality. In the event users intend to use the
video for evidentiary purposes in a judicial proceeding or otherwise, users should consult with their attorney regarding any particular
requirements for such use.
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OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
This product includes certain open source or other software originated from third parties that is subject to the GNU General Public
License (GPL), GNU Library/Lesser General Public License (LGPL) and different and/or additional copyright licenses, disclaimers,
and notices.
This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of the distribution of this product by Pelco.
CCC POWER CORD STATEMENT
Models shipped to China do not include power cords.
Note : A CCC approved power cord must be used to power the equipment when used in China.
Korean Class A EMC
이 기기는 업무용 (A급) 전자파 적합기기로서 판매자 또는 사용자는 이 점을 주의하시길 바라며, 가정 외의 지역에서 사용하는 것을
목적으로 합니다.
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
ESD WARNING
WARNING: This product is sensitive to Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). To avoid ESD damage to this
product, use ESD safe practices during installation. Before touching, adjusting or handling this product,
correctly attach an ESD wrist strap to your wrist and appropriately discharge your body and tools. For
more information about ESD control and safe handling practices of electronics, please refer to ANSI/
ESD S20.20-1999 or contact the Electrostatic Discharge Association (www.esda.org).
The equipment shall be installed in a restricted access location which is not accessible by user.
L'équipement doit être installé dans une zone d'accès restreint, non accessible par l'utilisateur.
Warranty
For information about Pelco’s product warranty and thereto related information, refer to www.pelco.com/warranty.
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The exact terms of GPL, LGPL, and some other licenses are provided to you with this product. Please refer to the exact terms of the
GPL and LGPL at http://www.fsf.org (Free Software Foundation) or http://www.opensource.org (Open Source Initiative) regarding
your rights under said license. You may obtain a complete corresponding machine-readable copy of the source code of such
software under the GPL or LGPL by sending your request to digitalsupport@pelco.com; the subject line should read Source Code
Request. You will then receive an email with a link for you to download the source code.
Overview
Network Topology Statement
IMPORTANT NOTE. PLEASE READ. The network implementation is shown as a general representation only and is not intended
to show a detailed network topology. Your actual network will differ, requiring changes or perhaps additional network equipment to
accommodate the system as illustrated. Please contact your local Pelco representative to discuss your specific requirements.
Legal Notice (Audio Notice)
JJ Improper use of audio/visual recording equipment may subject you to civil and criminal penalties. Applicable laws regarding the use of such
capabilities vary between jurisdictions and may require, among other things, express written consent from the recorded subjects. You are solely
responsible for insuring strict compliance with such laws and for strict adherence to any/all right of privacy and personalty.
Introduction
The NET5501-XT Series video encoder is a network-based channel encoder with a built-in, Web-based viewer for live streaming to
a standard Web browser (Microsoft® Internet Explorer®, Chrome®, Safari® or Mozilla® Firefox®). The encoder is built upon open
standards and is part of an Endura® system for recording, managing, administering, and viewing video streams.
The encoder supports H.264 and MJPEG compression. It can generate two independently configurable H.264 streams, each up to
D1 resolution (720 x 480 for NTSC, 720 x 576 for PAL) and 30/25 images per second (ips) in addition to an MJPEG stream for Web
viewing.
The NET5501-XT can be configured for one alarm input for one video channel. When an alarm event is triggered, the unit can send a
message to an operator, and trigger a relay.
The unit also supports motion detection for one video channel. You can configure one motion zone, with its own independent
sensitivity and threshold settings. When the NET5501-XT detects activity in any of these areas, it can trigger an alarm event.
The video encoder supports one audio input for one video channel over the network. The system operator (security personnel) can
see and hear activity in any target area in which a microphone is present.
The NET5501-XT supports control of remote peripherals such as pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras by way of D-Protocol, P-Protocol, and
Coaxitron® protocols.
FEATURES
~~ Open standards-based architecture
~~ H.264 baseline, main, or high profile compression
~~ Dual-stream at up to D1, 30/25 images per second (ips) per stream
~~ Integrated audio, alarm, and relay outputs
~~ Integrated D-Protocol, P-Protocol, and Coaxitron protocols
~~ Support for multicast transmissions
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Package Contents
Resource Disc
9-Pin Terminal Block (1 ea)
Overview
Installation Manual, Safety Instruction
(2ea)
Anchor (4ea) for Wall Mount
Screw (4ea) for Wall Mount
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Front Panel Description
A NO COM Tx+ Rx+
A NO COM Tx+ Rx+A NO COM Tx+ Rx+
a b
No.
Name
c
d
e
f
Description
Power input socket. For connection of 12V adapter.
NC Tx- Rx-
a
1
1
1
Press this switch to reset device to the factory default.
1 please see Factory
If you perform the factory reset, all your settings to device will be lost. For more information,
NCDefault
Tx- Rx- (Page 13).
b
A
Alarm input sensor terminal
Ground terminal.
NC Tx- Rx-
c
A NO COM Tx+ Rx+
NO/NC
Relay control
COM
Relay common
TX+/TXRX+/RX-
A NO COM Tx+ Rx+
RS-422 RX Data line
JJ Disabled in RS-485 mode.
1
d
NC Tx- Rx-
RS-422/RS-485 Data line
1
Video Encoder. Audio input terminal for sound input.
A microphone or other source of sound may be connected to this.
1
Video input BNC terminal.
e
11
Video output BNC terminal.
f
11
PTZ, Relay and Alarm Pin Assignments
Label
Lead
Label
Lead
A
Alarm
TX+
RS-422 Data TX+
TX-
RS-422 Data TX-
NC Tx- Rx- Ground
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NO
Relay Normally Open
RX+
RS-422 Data RX+
COM
Relay Common
RX-
RS-422 Data RX-
NC
Relay Normally Closed
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Rear Panel Description
Overview
b
a
No.
Name
Description
Displays power On/Off status.
It glows blue when the unit has power.
Displays network status (connection and speed).
Off : The unit is not connected to the network.
Solid amber : The unit is connected to the network using the 100 Mbps standard.
Solid red : The unit is connected to the network using the 10 Mbps standard.
Solid green : The unit is connected to the network using the 1 Gbps standard.
a
A blinking light indicates network activity corresponding to the speed based on the color.
Top Panel Indicators
Displays camera connection status.
A NO COM Tx+ Rx+
1
NC Tx- Rx-
b
1
Not Lit : A camera has not been connected yet.
Green : Camera video is present at the video in connector.
Red : Video is no longer present, the camera is not functioning properly.
Displays unit status.
Green : The unit is functioning normally.
Red : The unit is in an error condition.
LAN connection to a router or internal network.
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Installation
System Organization
Adapter
PTZ
Camera
MIC
Camera
NETWORK
Monitor
Wall Mounting
drill bit of 5 mm (0.20 in.) diameter and drill on the marked positions, drill to have 3 cm (1.18 in.) deep holes. Clean the holes
1. Use
after drilling.
2.Insert an anchor for each hole. Fully insert anchors by lightly hammering the anchor head with a hammer/rubber hammer.
3.Place the encoder on the desired wall and fasten screws through the 4 holes using a screwdriver.
JJ Use the provided screws when installing the bracket on the product. If you use any other screws, it may cause damage to the product.
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Installation
Factory Default
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
A3 A4
NC Tx- Rx-
1
2
1
2
Installation
1. Use a sharp-edged object (e.g. paper clip) to press and hold the Reset switch.
2.Press and hold the switch for 10 seconds. Then, release it.
3.When the encoder reset is completed, the system will restart by the factory default.
Connecting to an External Device
Connecting the Monitor
1
Connect the [
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
] port of the encoder to the output port of the monitor. You can watch the video from the camera on the monitor.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
A3 A4
NC Tx- Rx-
Monitor
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Connecting the terminal block
The terminal block has tension clamps instead of screw terminals. Use a small screwdriver to open the clamp for a particular lead.
Power Supply
Connect the DC 12V power adapter to the encoder’s power input terminal.
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
A3 A4
NC Tx- Rx-
1
2
1
2
Power adapter
JJ For safety reasons, make the connection when the power is not applied yet.
JJ Arrange the cables and be careful not to peel off the cable coating.
JJ Do not put the power cable under a carpet or rug. The power cord is usually grounded. However, even if it's not grounded,
never modify it on your own for grounding.
JJ Do not insert multiple devices in a single power socket. This may cause a power overload.
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Connecting the Video
Connect the [
] port of the encoder to the video output port of the camera.
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
4
5
6
7
8
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
A3 A4
Installation
3
NC Tx- Rx-
Camera
Connecting the Audio
Connect the audio input device such as microphone to the [
Tx+ Tx- NO1 COM1 NC1 A1 A2
Rx+ Rx- NO2 COM2 NC2 A5 A6
] port.
A3 A4
A7 A8
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
2
3
3
2
4
MIC
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Connecting the Relay Input/Output
Connecting the Relay Input
Connect the signal line of an relay input device such as sensor to the rear [A] port.
Connecting the Relay Output
Connect the signal line of an relay output device to the rear [NO/COM/NC] port.
Connecting the RS-422/RS-485 Device
Connect the external device to the [RS-422/RS-485 Data line ] ports.
You can connect and control PTZ camera that supports RS-422/RS-485 communication.
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Network Connection
PC Connection in the Local Network
You can connect the encoder to a PC in the same network and control or manipulate it on the PC monitor.
Installation
Broadband
router
Camera
Local PC
Local PC
1. Connect the network port in the rear panel to the router or hub.
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
1
A3 A4
PWR
RESET
WAN
4
Local PC
1
NC Tx- Rx-
3
2
1
Broadband
router
Local PC
2.Connect the local PC to the router or hub.
the address in the address bar (web browser) of the local PC or of the dedicated software program in the
3.Enter
format of “http://IP address:web service port”.
(Ex : http://192.168.0.23:80) From the Network Setup screen, you can change the port number.
If you do not know the camera's IP address, you can locate it using the Pelco Device Utility Software.
the ID and password before logging in. Then, you can view the monitoring screen.
4.Provide
Access ID (factory default) : admin, P/W : admin.
JJ For security purposes, change the password right after you purchase the product.
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PC Connection From a Remote Network
You can connect the encoder to a PC or mobile device in the same remote network and control or manipulate it on the monitor of the
PC or mobile device
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
1
A3 A4
Internet
1
NC Tx- Rx-
Broadband
router
Internet
Direct
connection
Local PC
Local PC
Local PC
1. Connect the network port in the rear panel to the router.
A1 A2 NO COM Tx+ Rx+
1
A3 A4
PWR
RESET
ADSL modem
WAN
4
1
NC Tx- Rx-
3
2
1
Broadband
router
Local PC
2.Connect the [NETWORK] port of the router directly to the fixed IP LAN cable, or connect it to the ADSL modem.
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Web Viewer
What is the Web Viewer?
Minimum PC Requirement
CPU
P4 3.0 or Higher
RAM
512MB or Higher
GeForce MS 400, Radeon 7500 or higher
Web Viewer
VGA
GeForce 8 series or higher
VGA MEMORY
64MB
MONITOR
1280 X 1024
BROWSER
Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari
IE VERSION
IE8.0 or higher
NETWORK
10/100 Bps
Accessing the Encoder and Attached Cameras
The first time you access the camera, the live video page appears. By default, you are viewing the video as a public user and only
have access to the single stream live view.
If, for security purposes, users should not be allowed to view video without first logging on to the camera, change the permissions
for public users.
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Web Viewer
Pelco Media Player Installation
To view videos after accessing the Web viewer, the Pelco Media Player plug-in must be installed. Install Pelco Media Player from the
CD included with the player.
The Pelco Media Player 1.9.5 or higher is required for multiple channels.
1. Run InstallPelcoMediaPlayer.msi.
2.Click the [Next>] button to start installation.
the [Close] button.
3.Click
Pelco Media Player Installation is complete.
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Web Viewer
Logging In
Entering the IP address of the camera as a URL into the web browser will immediately bring up the Live Mode screen if the encoder
is not setup to require authentication (Open Authentication option).
If the camera is setup to require authentication, then the user will be prompted for a Username and Password before being able to
see the live video feed.
1. Click <Login> on the live screen.
Web Viewer
2.Enter your <Username> and <Password>.
Default username : admin, Password : admin
3.Click the <Login> button.
The Open Authentication option is configured on the Settings >
Users > General Settings screen.
Change Your Password
Please change the password for your security.
1. Click <admin> from the live screen.
2.Enter your new password.
3.Click the <Save> button.
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Web Viewer
Live
Live Screen Overview
Live Mode Screen Components
i
j
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
k
l
m
h
No.
Name
Description
a
Channel Name
Displays the name assigned to the channel selected.
b
Multi-Function Image
Button
$
Tilt Up
%
Tilt Down
+
Pan Right
_
Pan Left
Home Preset
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c
Control the Zoom
Activates Zoom in (-) / Zoom out (+) features.
d
Control the Focus
Activates Near (-) / Far (+) features.
e
Control the Iris
Adjusts the camera brightness.
f
Move to Presets
Moves to the preset selected.
g
Pattern
Activates the pattern selected.
Web Viewer
No.
Name
Description
h
Stream Selection
Selects the viewable video stream that displays in live view (Primary, Secondary, QuickView) and selects unicast
or multicast and throttle settings.
i
View the Selected Tab
Composed of Live, Settings, Help, and Logout settings menus.
j
Maximize Viewing
Area
Scales the image to the full size of the browser. To resize the video pane to normal view, click the Show Toolbar
button in the upper-right corner of the window.
k
Take a Snapshot
Captures the image displayed in the video pane and saves it as a JPEG file.
l
Open Stream in New
Window
Opens the video in a scalable, independent window. Opening the video in a separate window allows you to view
the video while other applications are running. This window can be minimized, maximized, or closed using the title
bar buttons of the active window. The window can also be resized by dragging a corner of the window.
Pan/Tilt/Zoom
Control the encoder and the pan (left/right) and tilt (up/down) of the connected camera by dragging the mouse.
Also, zoom using the scroll wheel on the mouse.
These icons are always available when using the Pelco Media Player. If you are using QuickTime®, PTZ
overlay is only available with PMP player.
Selecting a Stream
Click <
> from the live screen.
1. Move
to the Stream settings screen.
2.Select one of the following streams.
~~ Primary STREAM : To select this stream, click the
button next to Primary Stream.
~~ Secondary STREAM : To select this stream, click the
button next to Secondary Stream.
~~ QuickView STREAM : To select this stream, click the
button next to QuickView Stream.
If the secondary stream has not been configured,
only Primary Stream, and QuickView Stream are
available.
3.Select the transmission.
~~ Unicast : A unicast transmission sends a separate
video stream to each user that is requesting data. Although multiple users might request the same data from the encoder
at the same time, duplicate video streams are transmitted to each user. Every unicast user that connects to the encoder
consumes additional processing power, which limits the number of simultaneous users who can access the camera.
~~ Multicast : A multicast transmission sends data to multiple users at the same time using one transmission stream. Each
multicast user that connects to the camera consumes no additional processing power; therefore, multicast video streams
can be sent to an unlimited number of simultaneous users. The multicast transmission setting is available in the primary and
secondary stream display settings.
4.Select the Player.
5.Click the <Select> button.
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Web Viewer
m
It will not be presented to users who are designated as Viewers.
Web Viewer
System Setting
General Settings
Modify the system default settings of the encoder.
General Settings
~~ Device Name : Set the name to use for the encoder.
The device name must be at least two (2) characters
and no more than 63 characters.
Time Settings
~~ Time Server : Set the time to apply to the encoder.
-- None : Specify no time setting for the encoder.
-- DHCP : Specify the time from the DHCP server.
-- Manual : Select whether the encoder is to be set to
the domain of the IP address or NTP server.
~~ Time Zone : Set the time zone relative to standard time
(GMT).
~~ Current Date : Display the date and time set.
Channel Names
One input field for the channel on the encoder to allow specification of channel / camera name.
Generate System Log
It will create a system log file that can be used by Pelco Product Support for troubleshooting.
The System Log file will be automatically downloaded using the web browser.
The user will not be prompted for a file name. The downloaded file will be a tar compressed file with a file extension of .tgz.
The file name will be comprised of the characters “_log” appended to the encoder serial number.
Reboot Encoder
Restart the encoder.
Restore All Encoder Defaults
All settings will be restored to the factory default settings.
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Web Viewer
Analog Input
You can set the type of the encoder analog video output.
Analog Video Input Standard
Set the video output type.
Web Viewer
~~ Auto : Automatic conversion according to the video
input type connected.
~~ NTSC : Select to force the video mode if the transfer
method supports NTSC.
~~ PAL : Select to force the video mode if the transfer
method supports PAL.
Backup & Restore
You can backup or restore settings. The system will restart
automatically after backup or restoration.
Backup Current Settings
the [Download Now] button.
1. Click
The File path setting window will appear.
the backup path, enter a name, and then click the
2.Select
[Save] button.
Information about the current settings will be saved in “.ndb”
file format in the designated location.
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Web Viewer
Restore Backup Settings
1. Click the [Browse...] button to restore backup settings.
2.Select the desired backup file and click the [Open] button.
3.Click the [Upload and Restore] button.
Information
Check the encoder’s system information.
Firmware
You can upgrade the encoder’s firmware.
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Web Viewer
Network Setting
General
Modify the network default settings of the encoder.
System Settings
Web Viewer
Set the system hostname and port.
~~ Hardware Address : Presents the MAC Address of the
encoder device.
~~ Hostname : A user-friendly name into the Hostname
box (1 to 21 characters) using alphanumeric characters
should be specified.
A user-friendly name makes it easier to recognize the
device on the network. Numeric-only names are not
allowed.
~~ HTTP Port : The HTTP port used to access the
encoder from a web browser. Default value is 80 (TCP).
~~ HTTPS Port : Security enhanced version of the web
communication protocol, HTTP.
Used to set HTTPS mode in SSL; the default value is
443 (TCP).
~~ RTSP Port : Port number used to support remote connection to the encoder from the client software.
IPv4 Settings
Set the IPv4 of the encoder.
~~ IP Address : Displays the currently set IP address.
~~ Subnet Mask : Displays the IP address set for the <Subnet Mask>.
~~ Gateway : Displays the IP address set for the <Gateway>.
~~ Primary DNS/Secondary DNS : Sets a valid IP address for the DNS server.
Settable when DHCP is not selected.
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Web Viewer
SSL
You can either select the security access method for the encoder or install an accreditation certificate.
SSL Configuration
Select a security access method.
Certificate
Install an accreditation certificate.
To Install an Accreditation Certificate
1. Click <Install New Certificate>.
2.Select a certificate to install.
3.Click <Next>.
4.Select the accreditation certificate and key file to install.
5.Click the <Generate Certificate> button.
To delete the accreditation certificate installed, select the
certificate and click <Delete Certificate>.
SSH
The SSH settings page enables or disables SSH access to the camera. SSH is a user-enabled protocol that allows Pelco Product
Support to log onto and service the camera for advanced troubleshooting purposes. From the SSH settings page, users with the
appropriate permissions can enable or disable SSH access to the camera.
SSH Settings
Set SSH accessibility on the encoder.
~~ Username : This attribute has a fixed value of “root”
and cannot be changed.
~~ Password : SSH Password must be between 4 and 64
characters.
~~ Re-type Password : Enter your password again.
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Web Viewer
802.1x
When connected to a network, select 802.1x protocol to install the certificate.
802.1x Port Security
~~ Protocol : Specify the 802.1x protocol.
~~ Username : Enter the client certificate ID.
Web Viewer
~~ Password : Enter the certificate key password. If the
key file used is not encrypted, you don’t need to enter
it.
SNMP
The system or network manager can use the SNMP protocol to monitor network equipment or operate environment settings and
other tasks remotely.
SNMP Configuration
~~ SNMP v2c : Use SNMP version 2.
~~ SNMP V3 : Use SNMP version 3.
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Web Viewer
Camera Configuration
Choose number 1 to the number of channels on the encoder.
General
Setup the camera connected to the encoder.
Digital Processing
Adjust each camera channel video input.
~~ Saturation Adjust : Adjust video saturation.
~~ Contrast Adjust : Adjust video contrast.
~~ Brightness Adjust : Adjust video brightness.
~~ Hue Adjust : Adjust video tint.
Click <Restore Settings to Defaults> to restore
the factory settings.
Live Preview
Check videos of the selected video channel.
OSD
Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate through the
menus then press the Enter key to make your selection.
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Web Viewer
Configuration and operation for presets and patterns
Patterns and presets can be configured directly from the OSD for third-party cameras that support these features.
1. Access the OSD from the Settings page.
the arrow keys select Dome Settings, and then
2.Using
press the Enter key.
Web Viewer
the arrow keys select Presets or Patterns, and then
3.Using
press the Enter key.
to program presets and patterns. Refer to the
4.Proceed
Installation/Operation manual for the appropriate Product
from Camera Solutions.
PTZ Settings
Set up each camera’s PTZ settings.
~~ Protocol : Select a supported PTZ protocol.
~~ Address : Enter the D or P protocol address of the
connected PTZ.
~~ Baud Rate : Select the transfer speed of the connected
PTZ.
Video Loss Alarm
Set whether to activate the alarm if video is no longer present. The camera is not functioning properly.
Delay before alarm
Set the period of video loss, in seconds, that will trigger
a video loss alarm.
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Web Viewer
A/V Streams Setting
Video Configuration
Set the video streaming of the channel connected to the encoder.
Select Preset
Select a preset for seamless streaming.
Primary Stream/Secondary Stream
Select <Custom> as preset to set up detailed settings
Click <Show All Configurations> to check the current video
streaming information.
Audio Configuration
Set the input value of the audio connected to the encoder.
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Web Viewer
User Setting
General Settings
Set up user authentication mode and local/remote information.
Authentication Mode
Web Viewer
Set public/private settings of the authentication mode.
User and Group Management
-- Local Mode : The default setting is local mode. Any
changes to users and groups affect only the camera
that you are accessing.
-- Remote Mode : Set remote mode for users
connected through LDAP or the Active Directory
server.
-- LDAP Server : Specify the IP address or hostname
of the LDAP server.
-- LDAP Port : Specify the port over which the encoder
will communicate with the LDAP server. The default
port for LDAP Communications is 389.
-- Base DN : Type the distinguished name (DN) that is
the basis for LDAP searches.
-- Bind DN Template : Provide the template to format
the username (provided when the user logs on to
the encoder) for searches in the LDAP .
-- Search Template : Provide the LDAP search query
for users found in the Base DN.
The search must match an entry in the LDAP user record to the bind name (username).
-- Admins : Remote server Group Mapping value to be used for Admin designated users.
-- Managers : Remote server Group Mapping value to be used for Manager designated users.
-- Operators : Remote server Group Mapping value to be used for Operator designated users.
-- Viewers : Remote serer Group Mapping value to be used for Viewer designated users.
-- User : Input the username credential of a user who can be authenticated through the LDAP server.
-- Password : LDAP Server password.
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Web Viewer
Users
Set up settings relating to user management and rights.
To Add a User Account
1. At the bottom left screen click the <New User> button.
2.Select <New User>.
~~ Access Level : Set the rights for the account.
-- Admins : Permissions include access to all camera
settings.
-- Managers : Permissions include access to all
settings except this user cannot modify user
permissions or restore factory default settings.
-- Operators : Permissions include view video, use
PTZ functions, and use the API.
-- Viewers : Permissions include view video and use
the API.
~~ Username : Specify the user name.
~~ Password : Specify the password.
To Change User Account Information
1. Select from the user list the username to be changed.
2.Modify the desired fields and click <Save>.
To Delete a User Account
1. Select from the user list the username to be deleted.
2.Click <Delete User>.
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Web Viewer
Events Setting
Alarm Source
Set the alarm input method, time of action and form of action.
Alarm Input Settings
Web Viewer
~~ Video Channel : Select the alarm, settings, and video
channel.
~~ Polarity
-- Normal Open : The alarm sensor is in an open state
by default and the alarm goes off when it becomes
closed.
-- Normal Close : The alarm sensor is in a closed state
by default and the alarm goes off when it becomes
open.
~~ Supervised : Select either True or False from the Supervised drop-down menu.
~~ Dwell Time : Defines the amount of time that the alarm remains activated after having been triggered by a change of polarity.
Motion Detection
You can select the event signal to be given if a movement is detected.
To Set Motion Detection
1. Select Video Channel and Sensitivity.
the mouse over the Live Preview screen and set the
2.Drag
motion detection area.
~~ Select All : Select all areas.
~~ Deselect All : Deselect all areas.
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Web Viewer
Sabotage Detection
You can select the event signal to go off when tampering with
a camera (covering the lens, change in camera position, etc.) is
detected.
Relay Open/Close Handler
Set the relay alarm information.
Relay Open/Close Handler
Set the alarm output time.
Triggers
Set alarm occurrence items for the channel.
Check the events that you want to set off the alarm.
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Web Viewer
SMTP Notification Handler
A message will be sent to the e-mail address registered in the
SMTP server when an alarm is set off.
Web Viewer
Help
Click the <Help> tab to check Web viewer information.
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Appendix
Product Specification
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Power Adapter
12V through auto-ranging DC(12V, 2.08A)
Power Cord / AC PLUG
Based on country designation
Terminal Block
9-pin terminal blocks x 1
Rack Mount / Wall Mount
Rubber Feet
-
Video Standards
NTSC / PAL
Video Encoding
H.264, Main profile
VIDEO / AUDIO
Video Resolutions
Analog Cameras
NTSC
PAL
D1
720 x 480
720 x 576
4CIF
704 x 480
704 x 576
2CIF
704 x 240
704 x 288
CIF
352 x 240
352 x 288
Video Input
1 BNC video inputs
Video Output
1 BNC looping video outputs
Audio Input
1 channels
Audio Format
Pulse code modulation (PCM)
Sampling Resolution
8bit / u-Law
Sampling Frequency
8kHz
Interface
Two RS-422/RS-485,video in
Protocol
Pelco P and Pelco D
Alarms In
1
Relays Out
1
PTZ CONTROL
ALARMS / RELAYS
POWER
Power Consumption
Input Voltage
12 VDC
Power (Maximum ±5%)
3.792 W
Current
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Appendix
316 mA
FRONT PANEL INDICATORS
Video presence
Network status
Unit status
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
PHYSICAL
Off : The unit is not connected to the network
Solid amber : The unit is connected to the network using the 100Mbps standard
Solid red : The unit is connected to the network using the 10Mbps standard
Solid green : The unit is connected to the network using the 1Gbps standard
Appendix
Pelco badge(power)
Not Lit : A camera has not been connected yet
Green : Camera video is present at the video in connector
Red : Video is no longer present; the camera is not functioning properly
The Pelco badge glows blue when the unit has power
Green : The unit is functioning normally
Red : The unit is in an error condition
-20 to 74ºC
80% maximum relative humiduty, noncondensing
Dimensions(mm)
122(W) x 139(D) x 44(H)
Unit Weight(Kg)
0.67
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Appendix
Troubleshooting (FAQ)
Problem
Action
The product does not turn on in any way.
~~ Check the connection status of the power cable.
~~ Check the power to the power socket.
No monitoring video is displayed at all.
~~ Check whether the video cable of the camera is connected properly.
~~ Check the power of the camera.
~~ Check the settings of the camera lens.
I failed to connect the PC to the Encoder.
~~ Check whether the LAN cable and the hub are connected properly to the
Encoder.
~~ If the network settings of the Encoder contain DHCP, check the change history of
the DHCP server (router).
~~ Use Device Utility or Endura Utilities to check if the network settings of the
Encoder have changed in any way.
I cannot access the Encoder because I forgot the admin ID
and the password.
~~ Reset the Encoder to the factory default as instructed on page 13 of the user
manual.
~~ When the reset is completed, the default access information is: ID:admin and
Password:admin.
Access by the Web has failed.
~~ Check whether the network cable for Internet connection is properly connected
to the LAN port of the product.
~~ If the Encoder is connected to the router, use the IP address of the router.
I can access the Web but still no video image is displayed.
~~ This may happen when the communications provider or network administrator
has blocked the service port of the Encoder.
~~ Try to access the Web using the new port numbers.
Pelco Troubleshooting Contact Information
If the instructions provided fail to solve your problem, contact Pelco Product Support at 1-800-289-9100 (USA and Canada) or +1559-292-1981 (international) for assistance. Be sure to have the serial number available when calling.
Do not try to repair the unit yourself. Leave maintenance and repairs to qualified technical personnel only.
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Appendix
Product Overview
Unit : cm (inch)
13.9(5.47)
14.75(5.81)
Appendix
12.2(4.8)
3.8(1.5)
4.4(1.73)
NOTE : VALUES IN PARENTHESES ARE INCHES; ALL OTHERS ARE CENTIMETERS.
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Open Source License Report on the Product
The software included in this product contains copyrighted software that is licensed under the GPL/LGPL.
~~ GPL Software : linux kernel, busybox, cdrtools, dvd+rw-tools, smartctl, uboot, bash, udev, sysklogd
~~ LGPL Software : glibc, vmstat, glib, gtk, libESMTP, iconv, gstreamer, pango,
~~ OpenSSL License : OpenSSL
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Changed power consumption values.
Changed the model name(Network Video Encoders ; Video Encoder)
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