HD RealTime Fixed
Indoor Cube IP Camera
User’s Manual
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN!
CAUTION :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DO NOT OPEN COVERS (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
It is advised to read the Safety Precaution Guide through carefully before
operating the product, prevent any possible danger.
WARNING: This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous
voltage”.
CAUTION: This symbol is intended to alert the user to presence of important operating and
maintenance (Servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and
other European countries with separate collection systems).\
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be
caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve
natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local
city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. The
power cord is the main power connection. Therefore, constantly plug and unplug of the power cord might
result in malfunction of the product.
CE / FCC Mark.
This apparatus is manufactured to comply with radio interference requirement.
Do not install the product in an environment where the humidity is high.
Unless the product is waterproof or weatherproof, otherwise it can cause the image quality to be
poor.
Do not drop the product or subject them to physical shocks.
Except for vandal-proof or shockproof product, otherwise it will result malfunctions to occur.
Never keep the product to direct strong light.
It can damage the product.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product.
If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Alcohol or beverage can contain minerals that corrode the
electronic components.
Do not expose to extreme temperatures.
Use the product at temperatures within 0℃
℃ ~ 50℃
℃.
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Table of Contents
Product Feature ________________________________________________________________ - 5 Package Contents ______________________________________________________________ - 6 Physical Description _____________________________________________________________ - 6 Quick Installation _______________________________________________________________ - 9 Software Installation ___________________________________________________________ - 14 -
CHAPTER 1. System Configuration ________________________________________________ - 17 1.1
User Login________________________________________________________________ - 17 -
CHAPTER 2. Live View Page _____________________________________________________ - 18 2.1
Video Type ________________________________________________________________ - 18 -
2.2
Protocol Type ______________________________________________________________ - 18 -
2.3
Utility ____________________________________________________________________ - 19 -
2.4
Light Status _______________________________________________________________ - 21 -
CHAPTER 3. Client Setting _______________________________________________________ - 22 3.1
Default Path _______________________________________________________________ - 22 -
3.2
Sound ____________________________________________________________________ - 23 -
3.3
Real Time OSD Setting _______________________________________________________ - 23 -
3.4
Stream Buffer Setting _______________________________________________________ - 23 -
CHAPTER 4. Web Setting ________________________________________________________ - 24 4.1
System Setting _____________________________________________________________ - 25 -
4.2
Network Setting____________________________________________________________ - 30 -
4.3
Camera ___________________________________________________________________ - 39 -
4.4
Motion Detection __________________________________________________________ - 49 -
4.5
Event ____________________________________________________________________ - 51 -
4.6
Recording _________________________________________________________________ - 59 -
4.7
User Management __________________________________________________________ - 62 -
4.8
Storage Device _____________________________________________________________ - 64 -
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Appendix A – Product FAQ ______________________________________________________ - 65 A. Web snapshot and recording doesn’t work in windows 7? ______________________________ - 65 B. After login camera, image page shows “connecting” message without showing image instead? - 65 C. Unable to see image because of ActiveX unsuccessful installation ________________________ - 66 D. Web page does not display correctly after firmware upgrade. ___________________________ - 69 E. Unable to open camera web page but Utility could search IP camera information under direct
connection between PC and IP camera. _______________________________________________ - 71 -
Appendix B – 3GPP on iPhone ___________________________________________________ - 74 Appendix C – 3GPP on Android ___________________________________________________ - 77 Appendix D – Specifications _____________________________________________________ - 80 -
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Product Feature
1 Megapixel image; resolution is up 1280x720.(2 Megapixel model resolution can reach
1920x1080).
Support H.264 / MJPEG codec, video quality is adjustable, video type can be divided
into Profile 1、Profile 2、Profile 3.
Support Onvif version 2.3.
Built-in speaker, easier to broadcast through camera directly.
Instant record button, record live image to Micro SD card.
Support G.711 codec, two ways audio is supported.
Support high performance network transmission algorism, provide low-latency video and
audio stream.
Support event and schedule recording.
Support motion detection; detection area and sensitivity are adjustable.
Video stream bit rate, frame rate and resolution are adjustable.
Support user management and password protect in order to provide the highest security.
Support Micro SD Card for pre-event and post-event recording , schedule recording ,network
disconnect recordin.
Support remote setup, live view, recording, snapshot, ftp and firmware upgrade by web page
or bundled software.
Provide Utility for searching and network setting up supportive device in LAN.
Network protocol supported: HTTP, UPnP, DNS, DDNS, RTSP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP over
HTTP, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE, FTP, NTP, SMTP, Bonjour, Multi-Casting.
Support auto re-connecting after network or power shortage.
Free bundle 64 channel surveillance software. Support maximum 64 channels live view and
16 channels playback simultaneously.
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Package Contents
IP Camera
Quick Guide
Intstallation CD
Bracket
Power Adaptor
Ethernet Cable
4Pin Wire
Physical Description
Front Panel Description
Light Sensor
Detect incoming light sensor. While the incoming light is too low, image will display in
monochrome automatically.
Power/Staus Light
The power lighting is a two color indicator.
Red Light
When power light, red light, on means device boots up successfully; power light off
means there is no power input. When power light blinking means device operation
system is being loaded or hardware resets.
Orange Light
When the light turns orange means instant record is on. When instant record is off, light
returns back to red lighting.
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Side Panel Description
Micro SD
Support Micro SD card, the maximal capacity could be up to 32 GB. Device doesn’t support
Micro SD hot swapping, please reboot system after insert or remove Micro SD card.
Audio Out
Slot for audio out connector.
USB
USB connector, can be an external wireless dongle or external storage devices function.
External storage media (USB flash) can support up to 32GB.
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Rear Panel Description
Speaker
Built-in speaker; audio output to speaker and audio out device at the same time when user uses
broadcast function.
Instant Record Button
Press the button to record live image as video into Micro SD. This button is designed for
long-term record function. When the instant record enables, lighting in front panel turns orange
light. To stop record, please press the button again. Please note that event record will stop until
instant record finish.
Instant record file is saved as AVI format, 5 minute a file. To enable overwrite function please
refer to Backup Device description, chapter 3.5. If overwrite function is not enabled, system
will stop recording automatically when micro SD card capacity is less then 200MB.
RESET
When system is frozen, please press the reset button and keep it depressed for 5 seconds, after
the power light is blinking, then release the reset button, the system will finish rebooting
procedure in one minute. When the power light is on; the device is booted up successfully.
Alarm I/O
To connect external alarm I/O devices, please refer to below for Alarm I/O pin definition. User
can find a 4 pin and 2 pin connectors in product package.
G
DI
DO COM
G: ground wire.
DI: connect to alarm in device.
DO: connect to N.O(normal open) alarm out device.
COM: connect point that corresponds to alarm in.
Ethernet
Connect to Ethernet network.
5V DC/1A Power Connector
Connect to 5V DC power adapter.
Microphone
Built-in microphone.
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Quick Installation
Bracket Installation
Basic Connection
1. Connect the 5V DC adaptor to the power jack of the IP camera.
2. Use Ethernet cable to make connection from the Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 socket of IP camera to
the PC.
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Network Setting
After completing the basic hardware connection, make sure that the PC and the IP camera IP
address are both in the same network segment. Example: Setup preset IP camera IP to
192.168.100.100 and configure your PC IP address as the figure description below.
Setup format:
IP Address:192.168.100.xxx
Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
Default Gateway:192.168.100.1
※Note
xxx address ranges from 1~254, please
avoid using “100” which has been used
by IP camera.
Utility
(1) Please install Utility from the product CD. (Please refer to chapter 3.3.1 for installation
procedures.)
(2) Start Utility.
(3) After starting Utility, the program will automatically search and display supportive devices in
local LAN.
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(4) Choose which device you would like to access, the default IP address on the device is
192.168.100.100
(5) Double click on the IP address, will automatically open the selected device web image.
(6) Please select on the device you would like to modify its setting and click “Modify”.
Please fill in
username and password. (Default username and password is admin/ admin)
User can manually modify system setting: host name ,connection type , IP address ,and
web port. Please click “Save” button before complete change.
Utility provides firmware upgrade, please click on firmware upgrade checkbox, and
select new firmware (.img) in pop-up window. System will automatically start
firmware upgrade.
(7) Click “Scan” to refresh searching supportive devices in local LAN.
(8) If there is no DHCP server in local LAN, Utility can automatically assign IP address for
connected network device. When Utility searches network device which IP address is
192.168.100.100 in LAN, system will automatically assign an IP address of which is the same
network segment as client PC. To enable this function, please “Enable” on Auto Assign IP item.
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Please notice that DO NOT enable this function when there is already a DHCP server in LAN
in case of IP conflict issues.
(9) The same models firmware can be upgraded together through utility.
Device Login
Once you have logged in, you will see a pop-up information bar requiring your attention for
installing ActiveX Control, use mouse right click to install ActiveX control.
(1) Device default ID and password is admin/admin. Key in default ID and passwords when
log-in.
(2) Once you have logged in the first time, you will see a pop-up information bar requiring your
attention for installing ActiveX Control, use mouse right click ”allow” to install ActiveX
control.
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(3) Once Active X installation complete, you will see the live viewing page.
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Software Installation
Please install following software from installation CD.
Install
Utility
(1) Click Install Utility Tool
(2) Click Next.
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(3) Select Installation Folder.
(4) Confirm Installation, please click Next.
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(5) Installation complete, please click Close to exit.
Recommended Computer Equipment
CPU
RAM
Audio Card
Operation System
Browser
Intel® Core 2 Due E7200 or above
1GB or above
Needed
Windows 2000, Windows XP SP2 and
above, Windows Vista, Windows 7
IE6 SP2 and above
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CHAPTER 1.
System Configuration
1.1 User Login
One minute after the device is powered on, please start Utility. The program will automatically
search and display supportive devices in local LAN. Please click on the device you would like to
access, and then enter login page of the device.
Login device with default username and password: admin / admin.
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CHAPTER 2.
Live View Page
2.1 Video Type
Video type can be divided into Profile 1、Profile 2.
※NOTE: Every single profile can be configured the video stream compression,
resolution, frame rate, and bitrate.
2.2 Protocol Type
Select image streaming transmission protocol.
RTSP/ TCP
Choose this item while the network is under low bandwidth. Video and audio streaming
transmits through network TCP layer.
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RTSP/ UDP
Choose this item to get smooth live streaming. Video and audio streaming transmits
through network UDP layer.
※NOTE:
(1) When the network environment is not in LAN, please choose RTSP/TCP protocol
type to obtain image.
(2) RTSP / UDP protocol is not applicable for different network segments.
RTSP over HTTP
Video and audio streaming transmits through network TCP layer via HTTP port.
2.3 Utility
Zoom In
Click on the button to zoom in image. Image can zoom 8 times for maximum. To return
back to normal image size, please click on zoom out button.
Zoom Out
Click on the button to zoom out image. The button has no effect when the image has back
to original size.
Stretch
When image resolution greater than 720x480, click on the icon to adjust image size to
720x480. To return back original size, please click on the button again.
Full Screen
Click on the button or double click on the image, the full screen mode will be activated.
Double click on the image can return to standard mode.
Snapshot
Click on the button, the image will be snapshoot, all image taken will be stored in default
path., regarding the default path, please see chapter 3.1 (Client setting)
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Recording
Click on the button to start recording. Record file will be stored in default path. Regarding
the default path, please see chapter3.1 (Client setting). Recording file is cut every 5
minutes; when the remaining space is less than 1GB or system setting is changed,
recording will automatically stop.
Stop Recording
Click on the button to stop recording.
Audio
Click on the button to play audio; click again to stop playing.
Broadcast
Click on the button to start broadcast, click again to stop broadcasting.
※ NOTE: The signal
means not enable, when click on button (such as audio,
broadcast). the signal
will disappear and the button icon will be shown as
, it means enable.
(1) Direction Control
Control the angles and direction of camera, with up, down, left, right, up left, up right,
down left, and down right. Press a direction button; camera will rotate in this direction
until releasing the button. The middle button is for back to home.
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2.4 Light Status
The lights from left to right are recording, audio and broadcast function status.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Recording Status
It is off by default, click on recording button, light will keep flashing; click on stop
recording button, light will be off.
(2) Audio Status
It is off by default; click on audio button to enable audio function, light will keep flashing;
click on the audio button again, light will be off.
(3) Boradcast Status
It is off by default; click on broadcast button to enable broadcast function, light will keep
flashing; click on the broadcast button again, light will be off.
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CHAPTER 3.
Client Setting
3.1 Default Path
Recording
Select to change saving path of web recording files. Default is at “My Documents/(MAC
address)”.
Snapshot
Select to change saving path of web snapshot files. Default is at “My Documents/(MAC
address)”.
Prefix
Configuring prefix file name of the video files.
Suffix
Configuring the video file name format.
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Date style: (prefix file name)(yyyy)-(mm)-(dd)-(five random number).
Time style: (prefix file name)(yyyy)-(mm)-(dd)-(hh)-(mm)-(ss)-(four random
number).
3.2 Sound
Sound Recording
Enable audio function while recording.
3.3 Real Time OSD Setting
Display Items
Select frame rate on video: frame rate per sec displayed on video image.
Color
Select OSD font color: White, Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, and Magenta
Position
Select placement for OSD: Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left and Bottom-Right. Please
note that when choose the position as Top-Right, the real time OSD may cover
recording OSD
Background Color
Select OSD background color: White, Black, and Transparency
3.4 Stream Buffer Setting
Status
Enable to turn on buffer function when viewing real time web pages, to
increase smooth condition and stability
Stream Buffer Time
Configuring the buffer time of live viewing in web (default value is 300ms), video will a
bit delay while stream buffer time enable, the higher value, the longer delay, the more
smooth of video streaming.
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CHAPTER 4.
Web Setting
Click on Setting” on the top right corner of the web page to configure the device, click on
“LiveView” to return back to live view image.
Setup
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4.1 System Setting
4.1.1. Information
This page will display the device status information, string field displayed information includes the
configuration of the system, Ethernet, PPPoE, WebPort, DDNS.
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4.1.2. Advanced Setting
System Setting
Firmware Upgrade
To perform firmware upgrade, click on firmware upgrade button. Choose new firmware
file, *.img, and click “Upgrade” button. System will automatically perform firmware
upgrade. The whole process may take about 5 minutes to complete. DO NOT power off
device during firmware upgrade in case system malfunction occur.
※NOTE:After the firmware upgrade, the settings will revert to the default state, by the
option "Network" or "Daylight Saving Time" to choose whether to retain this setting
after the firmware upgrade.
Reboot
Click on the button to reboot the device.
Factory Default
Click on the button to reset the device back to factory default settings.
Configuration Setting
Configuration Download
Click the "Download" button to download the camera profiles.
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※NOTE:Download the profiles, by the "Network" or "Daylight Saving Time" option
to select in the configuration file download, the server-side to retain the settings, do
not download with configure profiles.
Configuration Upgrade
Click on the Upgrade button, you can upload a profile update existing equipment setting.
4.1.3. Time Setting
Time Setting
Time Zone
Define time zone of current area.
Keep current date and time
Keep camera current date and time.
Synchronize with computer time
Enable to synchronize camera system time as client PC time.
Manual
◎ Date:
Fill in system date, the format should be: yyyy/mm/dd.
◎ Time:
Fill in system time, the format should be: hh:mm:ss (24-hour clock).
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Automatic
◎ NTP Server
Fill in NTP server address. User can choose any one of below public NTP servers to
use.
time.stdtime.gov.tw
asia.pool.ntp.org
tw.pool.ntp.org
us.pool.ntp.org
europe.pool.ntp.org
oceania.pool.ntp.org
south-america.pool.ntp.org
◎ Updating interval
Enable to synchronize time with NTP server every hour.
4.1.4. DST (Daylight Saving Time)
Daylight Saving Time
DST
Enable this item to activate day light saving function.
Start Date
Fill in the start date of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
Start Time
Fill in the start time of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
End Date
Fill in the end date of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
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End Time
Fill in the end time of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
4.1.5. Log
Log is the complete operation record of IP camera. If any trouble of IP camera, users can
review and check it to find the failure root cause.
Remote Log
Enable remote log, all the log file can be saved in log server by internet.
Current Log
The IP camera log file record since boot.
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4.2 Network Setting
4.2.1. Basic
LAN
DHCP
Click on enable to activate DHCP; the device will get IP address from DHCP server.
Static IP
Manually set the IP address for the device.
◎ IP Address
Fill in IP address for the device
◎ Subnet Mask
Fill in a subnet mask of the device, If IP address of this device is changed, adjust the
subnet mask accordingly.
◎ Gateway
Fill in IP address of the gateway (the router).
◎ Primary DNS
Define the primary DNS server IP address. This is used for identifying this device by
name instead of IP address.
◎ Secondary DNS
The IP address of the secondary DNS server; it will be used once the primary DNS
server fails.
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PPPoE
Connect the device to internet by PPPoE through ISP.
User Name
Fill in the user name of the ISP account.
Password
Fill the password of the ISP account.
Authentication
Select the ISP PPPoE connection authentication, RAP or CHAP,before PPPoE connection.
※NOTE: CHAP authentication has encryption function, will be more secure than PAP;
however, most of internet service provider prefer PAP authentication, will be by default
PAP.
4.2.2. RTSP
Live view the video of IP camera by VLC or QuickTime. Select streaming by using RTSP
command.
Live view Profile 1 video by keying in rtsp://IP Address/stream.sdp1
Live view Profile 2 video by keying in rtsp://IP Address/stream.sdp2
Live view Profile 3 video by keying in rtsp://IP Address/stream.sdp3
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4.2.3. Service
DDNS Setting
DDNS
Enable this item to activate DDNS function.
Server
Select DDNS service system: dyndns.org or dhs.org, please access the DDNS websites
below to apply for DDNS service.
http://www.dyndns.com
http://www.dhs.org
Host Name
Host name that user register for the device in DDNS website.
User Name
Username that user register in DDNS website.
Password
Password that user register in DDNS website
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UPnP Setting
Define the host name name. Enable this function to open UPnP service. Device can be found in
“My network places
4.2.4. HTTP
Web Port
Setup device web port number, default is 80. To change to another port number, take 8080
for instance, set hyperlink format as below:
http://192.168.100.100:8080
Do not duplicate web port with advanced ports. Recommended setting range is from 1000 to
65535.
HTTPS Setting
Select “Enable” to open the HTTPS protocol. Web connection is mandatory to HTTPS
protocol. Default port is 443.
Connection applying HTTPS protocol, the connection address is as follows:
https://IP address
When modifying a non-443 HTTPS port number, please add the port number to the
connection address field, address format as shown below:
https:// IP address: port number
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Create and install certificate method
Create and install SSL certification in IP camera when HTTPS activate, two methods for
options:
Create self-signed certificate manually
Create certificate request and install
4.2.5. IP Address Filter
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IP Filter Setting
Filter IP addresses and select to receive or refuse requirements from IP
IP Filter Type allow : Allow all the IP addresses connect to the device
IP Filter Type deny : Deny all the IP addresses connect to the device, at least reserve
1set IP address to enable the function.
Add IP Filter Rule : Fill in allowed or filtered IP address or IP segments.
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4.2.6. Wireless Setting
The IP camera can connect to internet by wireless USB adapter (support 2.4G 802.11.b/g/n).
※NOTE: IP camera cannot connect to internet by 5G band wireless USB adapter and AP.
WLAN
Enable wireless network
Wireless List
IP camera will list out available wireless AP automatically.
Scan
Manually search for wireless AP.
Channel
14 available channels of wireless standard 802.11, the value is from 1 to 14.
SSID
SSID of wireless AP.
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Network Mode
BSS network modes: Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure.
Signal Strength
Signal strength of wireless AP, value is from 1 to 100. The higher value, the stronger signal;
and vice versa.
Wireless Standard
Wireless standard of AP can support up to 802.11 b/g/n.
Security Mode
Security mode of AP, OPEN、SHARED、WPA-PSK、WPA2-PSK mode.
Encryption Mode
Encryption mode of AP. The list below is security mode corresponding to encryption mode.
Encryption
Security
OPEN
SHARED
WPA-PSK
WPA2-PSK
NONE
WEP
●
●
●
TKIP
AES
●
●
●
●
Wireless Configuration
Wireless configurations of the selected AP.
SSID
SSID of the selected AP.
Network Mode
Network mode of the selected AP.
Security Mode
Security mode of the selected AP.
Encryption Mode
Encryption mode of the selected AP.
PassPhrase
Pass phrase of the selected AP by inputting manually.
※NOTE: Please configure the related wireless parameters manually if no available AP be
connected. The related parameters, please refer to the configurations provided by AP.
Wirelesss-IPv4
The method of obtaining IP address from AP: DHCP and Static IP
DHCP
AP issue IP address to camera.
Static IP
Manually configure IP related info of USB adapter.
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◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
IP Address
Configure IP address of USB adapter.
Subnet Mask
Configure subnet mask of USB adapter.
Gateway
Configure gateway of USB adapter. (Normally configure IP address of AP).
Primary DNS
Configure primary DNS of USB adapter.
Secondary DNS
Configure secondary DNS of USB adapter.
※NOTE: For more smooth video quality of camera, the suggested configuration of bitrate
is 2Mbit below under wireless network.
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4.3 Camera
4.3.1. Basic
Video Setting
Video streaming is defined by profile 1 and 2,two streaming.
Stream profile name:
Configure every streaming name, which will be displayed on video type in Web UI for
selections.
Compression:
Configure video compression, H.264 and MJPEG.
Resolution:
For configuring video resolution, the higher the resolution, the better image quality, the
bigger image size, the available resolution listed as below
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H.264 & MJPEG
392 x 192
320 x 240
640 x 480
720 x 480
1280 x 720
1280 x 960
1280 x 1024
1920 x 1080
This resolution is only supported IPCB200.
Frame rate:
Video frame rater per second, the higher frame rate, the smoother video image; vice versa.
If bitrate is configured with 4M, H.264 compression under every resolution, the frame rate
can support up to 30fps. MJPEG compression depending on resolutions and video quality,
the higher it is, the lower frame rate.
For different image network environment, format and resolution frame rate of camera may
be different. Above mentioned is for user reference only.
※NOTE: Stream 2 is fixed by default with frame rate 20fps under H.264 compression due to
IP camera hardware performance limitation.
Video quality:
◎ VBR mode: transmit video streaming with float bit rate depending on video
environment complexity. Five video quality options: Bad、Medium、Standard、
Good、Excellent; As table below, the higher video quality, the higher throughput
Video Quality
Throughput
Bad
1~2 Mbits
Medium
2~3 Mbits
Standard
3~4 Mbits
Good
6~7 Mbits
Excellent
9~11Mbits
※NOTE: The throughput performance above table is for reference only, it is testing under
compression H.264 and resolution 1920x1080. Bitrate throughput will be different
depending on VBR mode for environment complexity.
◎ CBR mode : transmit stream with constant bit rate.
◎ Bitrate : Bit rate for image stream, the higher the value, the more delicate the image is.
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Audio Mode Settings
Duplex Mode : Select full duplex or half duplex mode, it’s full duplex by default.
Please select duplex mode depending on the environment. Half duplex mode can be configured
to avoid echo occurs; however, it cannot support two way audio simultaneously, it only can be
one way audio prior to the other way audio.
Audio In Settings
Audio Source:
Select audio source, Line-in or Microphone.
(1) Line-in: Select the audio source with linear-level receive audio devices, such as
amplifiers devices.
(2) Microphone: Select built-in microphone for audio source.
Audio Volume :
Select the volume of the audio source.
(1) When Audio source is Line-in, the volume range is 0~10, when number goes high, the
volume goes high; vice versa.
(2) When Audio source is microphone, the volume range is 0~1.
Audio type:
System provides G.711µ-law audio format, µ-law is used primarily in North America.
G.711 is an ITU-T standard for audio companding. It is primarily used in telephony.
Sampling frequency 8 kHz and 64 kbit/s bitrate
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Video Out Settings
Enable video output
Video output through BNC connector of IP camera to displayer
Video output type
Select the video display mode for NTSC or PAL format
◎ HW : According to the hardware switch to adjust the video output for NTSC or PAL
format.
◎ NTSC : Adjust the video display format to NTSC.
◎ PAL : Adjust the video display format to PAL.
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4.3.2. Image
Basic Setting
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Image Color
Select image color in color or mono.
Brightness
Adjust image brightness parameter; the higher the value, the brighter the image.
Saturation
Adjust image saturation parameter; the higher the value, the more saturate the image.
Contrast
Adjust image contrast parameter; the higher the value, the higher the contrast of image.
Hue
Adjust video hue parameter, the smaller the value, the bluer the video is; reversely,
the higher the value is, the redder the video is.
Flip
Enable to flip over image. System needs to reconnect stream to refresh preview window.
Before clicking save button, system would not reconnect the stream.
Mirror
Enable to mirror image. System needs to reconnect stream to refresh preview window.
Before clicking save button, system would not reconnect the stream.
Advanced Setting
※NOTE: Pictures for reference only, please select WDR level according to the environment.
White Balance
Choose Current White Balance Way; default setting is Auto White Balance。
◎ AWB (Color Temperature 2800~6500K)
◎ ATW (Color Temperature 2500~8000K)
◎ Outdoor (Color Temperature 6500K)
◎ Indoor (Color Temperature 3200K)
◎ Lamp (Color Temperature 2800K)
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BLC (Backlight Compensation)
Select BLC level, low, mid, or high when back light is too strong. The higher of BLC level,
the higher of video light compensation. Please refer to below pictures by each BLC level.
※NOTE: Pictures for reference only, please select BLC level according to the environment.
Day / Night Setting
Day/ Night is set for controlling ICR switching, it’s auto by default.
Day / Night
◎ Auto: ICR switch automatically depends on the illumination of scene difference. ICR
switches to night mode, live image switches to mono color.
◎ Day: ICR switches to day mode, live image switches to color mode.
◎ Night: ICR switches to night mode, live image switches to B/W mode.
◎ Sensor: Sensor can trigger ICR switch through external signals, two types of alarm-in
mode: open or close.
※NOTE:
Open stands for alarm IO: ground (G) and digital in (IN) is open, video image is black and
white; When alarm IO ground (G) and digital in (IN) is close, video image is colored.
Close stands for ground (G) and digital in (IN) is open, video image is colored; When alarm
IO ground (G) and digital in (IN) is close, video image is black and white.
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Ext IR (External IR)
◎ IR illuminator: connect to alarm out (N.O, COM) and select normal open (NO) or
normal close(NC) to enable external alarm device.
Exposure Setting
IRIS: select auto or manual
◎ Auto: Auto-iris can automatically adjust the amount of light entering with a
mechanism to have a camera stay in an optimal light level.
◎ Fix Max: Iris fixed to the maximum.
Shutter Speed : select auto or manual, shutter speed can be configured 1/4~1/10000, the
higher speed, the less exposure, the darker video image; vice versa.
◎ Auto: auto mode is the range 1/30~1/120 by default to avoid flicker.
◎ Manual: manual mode can be configured the shutter speed range manually. In each
speed range, shutter speed value will be controlled during the maximum and minimum
value.
Gain Control
Gain control setting is current gain range, from 0~24db, can be adjusted based on Day
and Night.
Ev (Exposure Compensation Value )
Select Exposure compensation value to control the video image brighter or darker, range
from -2~+2, the higher value, the brighter video image, the lower value, the darker video
image
Power Line
Select the power line 50Hz or 60Hz to avoid flicker on video image, which is caused by
electric power frequency
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4.3.3. OSD (On Screen Display)
Recording OSD Setting
Display OSD on record files.
Display
Enable to display system date and time on recording OSD.
Title
Enter desired title and select Enable to display title on the recorded video image.
Maximal word length is 16 characters.
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4.3.4. PA (Privacy Area)
Video
Private area setting in video image, left click to set the area range with 3 areas, each by red,
green, and blue for identification.
Delete
Click the button to delete privacy of chosen rectangle color.
Clear All
Click the button to clear all privacy areas.
Privacy Area Setting.
Status
Enable status of privacy area setting
※NOTE:Privacy setting area is related to image resolution, to avoid position inaccuracy,
please set up privacy rectangle after setting resolution.
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4.4 Motion Detection
4.4.1. Basic
Motion Detection
Enable motion detection, the relate alarm notice will be automatically triggered when IP
camera detect motion in the specifying area. Event trigger time can be configured at least 1
second. After event trigger relate actions completed, IP camera still detected motion, the
event will be triggered repeatedly. Please click Event button to do relate configuration.
Motion detection area setting in video image, left click to set the area range with 3 areas, each
by red, green, and blue for identification.
Video
Privacy Rect.
Select rectangle color and select range on image to define privacy area.
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Select All
Click the button to enable full area detection.
Delete
Click the button to delete privacy of chosen rectangle color.
Clear All
Click the button to clear all privacy areas.
Motion Detection Setting
Status
Enable this item to activate motion detection.
Name
Configure the name of 3 areas by each for identification.
Sensitivity
Configure sensitivity of motion detection, range from 0~100, the higher value, the higher
sensitivity; vice versa.
Threshold
Configure threshold of motion detection, range from 0~100, the higher value, the more
difficult to trigger event; vice versa.
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4.5 Event
4.5.1. Basic
IP camera provide three types event alarm: Motion detection、Periodically、Digital input.
Through event setting, event trigger alarm can be delivered by SD card, email, and FTP.
Event Setting
◎ Name : Display event name
◎ Status: Enable each event type status and will enable relate rigger actions. The function
is the same as “enable this event”
◎ Schedule : event trigger schedule
◎ Trigger : event trigger type
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◎ Add : Select event type and add it in event trigger
◎ Delete : Select event type and delete event trigger
Event Setting
◎ Event name : Configure event name with 40 bits maximum
◎ Enable this event : Enable relate event-trigger actions
◎ Detect next event after : Configure event-trigger duration from previous to next event,
only support motion detection and digital input event-trigger type
※NOTE: A complete process of event trigger alarm depending on video successful
access. The next event trigger alarm will be enabled after the previous event video
successful access.
Trigger
Event-trigger type: Motion detection, Periodically, Digital input
◎ Video motion detection :
Select M1, M2, or M3 of normal part to enable motion detection event trigger.
M0 is Motion Area 1、M1 is Motion Area 2、M2 is Motion Area 3,Please configure
motion detection setting before event trigger setting.
◎ Periodically
Configure periodical event-trigger in one duration; duration is that event trigger every
other 1 minute by default, it can configure 999 minutes the maximum. Event will
automatically trigger periodically.
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◎ Digital input:
Enable digital output (connect IP camera digital in port ) to trigger alarm by selecting
Open or close
※NOTE: Open stands for ground (G) and digital in (IN) is open, when they touch
together, it will trigger message transmission to digital output; Close stands for ground
(G) and digital in (IN) is close, when they apart from each other, it will also trigger
message transmission to digital output.
Event Schedule
Configure the schedule (date and time) to do event triggering
◎ Select all : Click to select all the schedule to do event-trigger alarm
◎ Clear all : Click to clear all the schedule to do event-trigger alarm
Action
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Configure relate actions after event-trigger, such as alarm out, SD card storage, FTP &
Email transmission.
◎ Trigger digital output : alarm device is connected to IP camera I/O N.O and COM
connector, ex: buzzers.
◎ AlarmOut_1: Enable AlarmOut_1 by selecting normal open (NO) or normal close
(NC) to enable alarm device.
◎ Add Server : Configure email and FTP relate setting when event trigger alarm (refer
to chapter 4.6.1 server setting)
◎ Add media: Configure recording time duration of each event when event trigger
alarm ( refer to 4.6.1 Media Setting)
◎
◎
◎
◎
Status : Enable status of each action
Server : Display Server items
Media : Select configured media items
Extra parameter : Open Server items configuration page
SD
Please refer to chapter4.9 Storage Device
FTP Setting
Path : Fill in FTP site. If not filled, the default path is the root directory(“\”)
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E-mail Setting
Email To : fill e-mail address (five mails addresses the maximum)
Subject : fill in e-mail subject
Message : E-mail content
Server Setting
Select alarm transmissions method, FTP or SMTP, when event trigger alarm.
◎ Name : Display Server name
◎ Type : Display Server type, FTP or SMTP(E-mail).
◎ Address/Location : Display server address
◎ Add : Add FTP or SMTP server
◎ Delete : Delete FTP or SMTP server
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Server Setting
◎ Server name : Fill in server name
Server Type
◎ E-mail
Sender email address : Fill in sender’s e-mail Address
Server address : Fill SMTP Server address
User name : Fill in sender’s email account
Password: Fill in sender’s email password
Server Port : Fill in SMTP Server Port, it is 25 by default.
Security Mode : Select security mode SSL or TLS, it is none by default.
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◎ Test Selected server type
Enable the item for testing email successful transmission.
Email To : Fill in receiver’s e-mail address
Subject : Fill in e-mail subject
Message : Fill in e-mail content
◎ FTP
Sender address : Fill in FTP server address
Server Port: Fill in FTP Server Port, it is 21 by default.
User name : Fill in FTP Server account
Password: Fill in FTP Server password
Passive mode: If FTP Server transmission method is passive, enable it for successful
transmission.
◎ Test Selected server type
Enable the item for testing email successful transmission.
Path : Fill in server site. If not filled, the default path is the root directory
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Media Setting
Configure the media of alarm, IP camera provide event recording (pre-event and post-event)
in current stage.
◎
◎
◎
◎
Name : Display Media name
Type : Display Media type,only pre-event and post-event recording (VideoClip)
Add : Add Media function
Delete : Delete Media function
Media Setting
◎ Media name :
Fill in Media name
Video Type
◎ Video Clip :
Enable video clip to provide pre-event and post-event recording video clip.
Source : Select streaming source, only stream 1 (profile 1) available in current stage.
Pre-event recording : Configure pre-event recording time,range from 0~5 seconds
Maximun duration : Configure post-event recording time, range from 1~5 seconds
File name format Perfix : Prefix can be configured on standard file name format.
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4.6 Recording
4.6.1. Basic
Recording settings
Configure it for recording video by schedule and network failure, which are both saved in SD
card.
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
◎
Name : Display recording video name
Status : Enable relate recording actions, the same function as “Enable this Recording”
Schedule : Display all recording enable schedule
Source : Display video streaming source
Destination: Display recording video storage destination, only saved in SD card.
Add : Select recording video type and add it in recording settings.
Test dest. : Enable the item for testing recording video successful transmission to
destination
◎ Delete : Select recording video type and delete it in recording settings.
Recording
◎ Recording name : configure recording name with 40 bits maximum.
◎ Enable this recording : enable relate event-trigger recordings.
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Trigger
Recording video by schedule and network failure, the files will be saved in SD card.
◎ Schedule
Recording video by schedule configuration, the files will be saved in SD card
◎ Network fail
Recording video by network failure, IP camera will start recording from 5 seconds
before network failure. When network recovery, it will stop recording, and the files will
be saved in SD card.
◎ Recording schedule
Configure the schedule (date and time) to recording the video
◎ Select all :Click to select all the schedule to do video recording.
◎ Clear all : Click to clear all the schedule
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File Format
◎ Destination
Display recording video storage destination, only saved in SD card
◎ Max File length
Video recording file length, range from 1~6 minutes
◎ Folder Format
Folder of video recording format, Recording Name or Date And Time.
Recording Name : Folder is named the same as recording name. EX: If Recording
Name is configure “test”, the folder will be named “test”.
Date And Time : Folder is named by date and time. The format is
yyyy-mm-dd_hh. EX: Recording time is at 18:00 o’clock on June 21, 2013. The
folder name will be 2013-06-21_18.
◎ File Name Format
Recording file name format, Sequence or Date And Time
Sequence: File is named by date and time. The format
yyyy-mm-dd_hh_mm_ss_number, serial number will be added in the end of
name. EX: Recording time is at 00secs, 25mins, 18:00 on June 21, 2013. The
name will be 2013-06-21_18-25-00_0, the next file name will
2013-06-21_18-26-00_1.
is
file
file
be
Date And Time : File is named by date and time. The format is
yyyy-mm-dd_hh_mm_ss. Recording time is at 53secs, 04mins, 18:00 on June 21,
2013. The file name will be 2013-06-21-18-04-53
※NOTE : Do not take off SD card from IP camera during recording in SD card to
avoid SD card damage and SD card read defect. Please un-mount SD card
prior to take off SD card from IP camera. (Refer to chapter 4.9.1)
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4.7 User Management
4.7.1.
Basic
Change Password
Enter the original password and new password, click on “change” button to finish password
change.
Password of operator and guest accounts are not changeable, if user wants to change the
password of operator and guest accounts, please login as administrator, and delete operator or
guest account, and create new accounts.
Add User
Enter username and password, select the user group level and click on “add” button. The
maximal users can be set up to 15. The account name characters should follow the restrictions
below:
Enter user name and password; the characters can be Arabic alphabet 0~9,
capitalized or non-capitalized English alphabet, and symbol“-”, “_”and “.”. The
maximum inputs are 32 characters. English upper and lower case are seen as
different character.
Admin is unique. Admin can create operator and guest level users. Operator and guest level
users have no right to add user.
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User List
List all users in the table. Click on “Delete” button to delete user.
User Security Level
System provides three levels users; please refer to below table for each level’s permission.
User Level
Administrator
Operator
View
Live View
Image
◎
◎
◎
Live View
Broadcast
Utility
◎
◎
◎
◎
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4.8 Storage Device
4.8.1. Basic
SD
SD card shall be formatted by FAT32 before installing SD card to avoid detection failure.
Total Capacity
Display the total capacity of the backup device.
Used Capacity
Display the used space of the backup device.
Remaining Capacity
Display free space of the backup device.
Storage File List
Use the browser to open SD Card file list.
Secure Digital Status
IP camera provide mount and un-mount function for SD card.
◎ Mount : If IP camera cannot detect SD card, please mount SD card to connect to IP
camera.
◎ Un-Mount : If taking off SD card is needed during recording, please un-mount SD card
prior to take off SD card from IP camera.
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Appendix A – Product FAQ
A. Web snapshot and recording doesn’t work in windows 7?
Due to windows authority limitation, please use following procedure to fix this problem.
Right click on “Internet Explorer” icon and choose “Run as administrator”. All operations on
camera web page can work normally then.
B. After login camera, image page shows “connecting” message without showing image
instead?
Please check following settings to fix.
Local Area Network (LAN)
1. Has FFDShow decoder software installed already?
(1) The very first time connecting to camera web page, system would ask to install FFDShow.
Please install with default settings.
(2) Install FFDShow from product installation CD.
Internet (WAN)
2. Please check upload/download bandwidth and router setting.
(1) Insufficient bandwidth may cause image unable to connect. Please check the networking
bandwidth with your network service provider. Change IP camera Bitrate and FPS to
moderate value to transfer.
(2) Router firewall may block connecting protocols. Please make sure Web and RTSP ports are
added into port forwarding or NAT service of router.
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C. Unable to see image because of ActiveX unsuccessful installation
1. Disable memory protection of IE8, WinXP
(1) Open an IE window and click “Tools”→”Internet Options”.
(2) Click on “Advanced” tag and disable “Enable memory protection to help mitigate
online attacks" option”. Click “Apply” to exit.
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(3) Restart IE to affect setting.
(4) Reconnect IP camera web page, ActiveX control plug-in is ready to install.
2. Disable IE protected mode of IE8, Win7
(1) Open an IE window and click “Tools”→”Internet Options”.
(2) Click on “Security” tag, disable “Enable Protected Mode (requires restarting Internet
Explorer)”.
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(3) Click on “Advanced” tag and disable “Enable memory protection to help mitigate
online attacks" option”. Click “Apply” to exit.
(4) Restart IE to affect setting.
(5) Reconnect IP camera web page, ActiveX control plug-in is ready to install.
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D. Web page does not display correctly after firmware upgrade.
This problem may cause by temporary internet cache, please follow procedures to fix.
(1) Open an IE window and click “Tools”→”Internet Options”.
(2) Click “General” tag and click “Delete…” in browsing history field.
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(3) Delete “Temporary Internet files” and “Cookies” both items.
(4) Restart IE to affect setting.
(5) Reconnect IP camera web page.
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E. Unable to open camera web page but Utility could search IP camera information under
direct connection between PC and IP camera.
This problem may cause by following reasons:
1. Does PC and IP camera set in the same network segment?
Please refer to “Setup” section of user manual.
2. Does proxy setting enable?
(1) Open an IE window and click “Tools”→”Internet Options”.
(2) Switch to “Connection” tag, and click “LAN settings”.
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(3) Disable "Use a proxy server for your LAN", then click [OK] button.
(4) Restart IE to affect setting.
(5) Reconnect IP camera web page.
※ To connect IP camera without through proxy server in LAN, please follow
procedures:
(1) Click “Advanced”.
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(2) Fill in “192.168 .*.*” in exceptions, then click “OK” to exit.
(3) Restart IE to affect seeting.
(4) Reconnect IP camera web page
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Appendix B – 3GPP on iPhone
※ IP cameras provide free bundled APP for live viewing,
viewing, the steps as follows:
(1) Please click on the main screen
of the App Store icon。
。
(2) Click on "Search" icon and
search for『
『SecuCON Mobile』
』。
(3) Download and install it in your iphone
(4) Click on Mobile icon
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(5) Click on【
【+】
】button to add IP cameras
(6) Configure IP address, port number (default 554), username, and password of IP camera
and click on【
【Save】
】button
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(7) Click on the configured IP camera
(8) Live view IP camera
※NOTE: APP captures the 2nd stream of IP camera. For more smooth video quality, the
suggested configuration is that the resolution is 640x480, bitrate 1M, and frame rate 30fps.
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Appendix C – 3GPP on Android
※ IP cameras provide free bundled APP for live viewing, the steps as follows:
(1) Please click on the main screen
of the Android Market icon.
(2) Click on "Search" icon and
search for『
『SecuCON Mobile』
』。
(3) Download and install it in your iphone
(4) Click on Mobile icon
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(5) Click on【
【+】
】button to add IP cameras.
(6) Configure IP address, port number (default 554), username, and password of IP camera
and click on【
【Save】
】button.
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(7) Click on the configured IP camera.
(8) Live view IP camera.
※NOTE: APP captures the 2nd stream of IP camera. For more smooth video quality, the
suggested configuration is that the resolution is 640x480, bitrate 1M, and frame rate 30fps.
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Appendix D – Specifications
Model No.
RYK-IPCB010
1/4” Progressive CMOS
Sensor
Picture Elements
2 Mega
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080
30fps
Frame Rates
Shutter Speed
Automatic, Manual (1/4 ~ 1/10000 sec)
White Balance
Automatic, Manual (2800 ~ 8000K)
Minimum Illumination
0.5Lux @ F1.2 (Color), 0.01Lux @ F1.2 (B/W)
Gain Control
Automatic , Manual (0 ~ 24 db)
Back Light Comp.
Yes
DNR
2D Noise Filter
IR-Cut filter Removable
Yes
Day & Night
Yes
Lens Drive Type
f=4.2mm, F/1.8
Mount
M12
IR Illumination Distance
Max. 5M
Video Compression
H.264 & M-JPEG
Video Streaming
3 Streaming
Flip & Mirror
Yes
Privacy Mask
3 areas
Motion Detection
3 areas
Audio Compression
G.711
2way Audio
Yes
Audio In/Out
Built-in Speaker
Microphone
Built-in Microphone
Ethernet
10/100 Base T Ethernet (RJ-45)
IMAGE
VIDEO
1/2.7” Progressive CMOS
1 Mega
Resolution
LENS
RYK-IPCB200
AUDIO
HTTP, HTTPs, DHCP, PPPoE, DDNS, SMTP, FTP server, FTP
Protocol
NETWORK
client, NTP, Bonjour, QoS
Password Protection
Yes
Live Viewing User
5
Wireless
Support
802.11 b/g/n (Optional)
NVR, SD Card Network Fail Recording, SD Card Schedule
Network Storage
Applications
Live Viewing
Recording
IE, ,
Mobile
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SD Card Slot
Micro SD Card Slot
Alarm
1 x DI, 1 x DO(Dry Contact)
Integrate Document
CGI URL Command
Power
DC5V / 1A
Power over Ethernet
802.3af PoE Module (Optional)
Dimension (W x H x D)
60 x 104 x 38(mm)
Weight
0.4(kg)
Operating Condition
0 °C ~ 50 °C / 32 °F ~ 122 °F
Humidity
0% ~ 90% RH
Certificate
CE, FCC
GENERAL
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