Quick Start Guide
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Warning and Caution
■ If the product does not work properly, please contact your
dealer or the nearest service center. Never attempt to disassemble
the camera yourself. Any unauthorized changes or modifications
could void the warranty.
■ Do not allow water or liquid intrusion into the camera.
■ All installation and operation here should conform to local
electrical safety codes. Make sure the device is firmly installed
on the wall or ceiling.
■ Do not use camera beyond specified voltage range.
■ Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock.
■ Avoid touching the camera lens.
■ If cleaning is necessary, please use cleaning cloth to wipe it
gently.
■ Do not aim the camera at the sun or extremely bright light
sources.
■ Do not place the camera in extremely hot or cold environments
and dusty and damp locations. Do not expose it to highly
electromagnetic radiation.
■ Do not block any ventilations.
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Package
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4 tapping screws PA4×25
Camera
Quick start guide
CD
Drill template
1 machine screw PWM3×5
Plastic plug ×4
CVBS&DC Rubber plug
Screwdriver
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IN cables
Junction box
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Ethernet connector
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RS485 cable
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MIC input (3.5mm)
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DC power connector
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Line out (3.5mm)
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Reset hole
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Analog ouput (BNC)
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CVBS/DC IN port for testing
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Alarm input/output
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Micro SD card slot
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* 1 It is recommended to install the security cap for outdoor installations.
* 2 DC 12V power supply is not required if a PoE switch or injector is used to power
the camera.
► Connecting Network Cable
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① Loosen the nut from the main element.
② Run the network cable (without RJ 45 connector) through both
elements. Then crimp the cable with RJ 45 connector.
③ Connect the cable to the hermetic connector. Then tighten the nut
and the main cover.
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Installation
* Before you start, please make sure that the wall or ceiling is strong enough
to withstand three times the weight of the camera.
① Install junction box onto the wall by using the screws provided.
② Connect the cables and mount the rubber plug to the gap of the
mounting base. Then fasten the camera onto the junction box.
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③ Three-axis Adjustment-Before adjustment, preview the image of the
camera on a monitor and then adjust the camera according to the figure
below to get an optimum angle.
Pan 360°
Tilt 90°
Rotate
360°
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Web Operation and Login
IP Scanner can search for the device on the local network.
● Operation
① Make sure that the camera and the PC are connected to the same
local network. The camera is set to DHCP by default.
② Install IP Scanner from the CD and run it after installation.
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③ In the device list, you can view the IP address, model number, and
MAC address of each device. Select the applicable device and double
click to open up the web viewer. You can also manually enter the IP
address in the address bar of the web browser.
The login interface is shown above. Default user name is admin and
password is 1234. After logging in, follow directions to install
applicable plugins.
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