NVIP-2DN7020SD-2P - Camere supraveghere video profesionale

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COMMENTS AND WARNINGS
EMC (2004/108/EC) and LVD (2006/95/EC ) Directives
CE Marking
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Our products are manufactured to comply with requirements of following directives
and national regulations implementing the directives:
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• Electromagnetic compatibility EMC 2004/108/EC.
• Low voltage LVD 2006/95/EC with further amendment. The Directive applies to electrical
equipment designed for use with a voltage rating of between 50VAC and 1000VAC as
well as 75VDC and 1500VDC.
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Information for users who want to get rid of electrical and electronic appliances
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This product is marked according to the European Directive on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (2002/96/EC) and further amendments. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. The symbol on the product, or the documents accompanying the
product, indicates that this appliance may not be treated as household waste. It shall be handed
over to the applicable collection point for the waste electrical and electronic equipment for
recycling purpose. For more information about recycling of this product, please contact your
local authorities, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
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Information concerning limitation of the use of dangerous substances in the electrical and
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Out of concern for human health protection and friendly environment, we assure that our
products falling under RoHS Directive regulations, regarding the restriction of the use of
hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, have been designed and
manufactured in compliance with the above mentioned regulation. Simultaneously, we
claim that our products have been tested and do not contain hazardous substances whose
exceeding limits could have negative impact on human health or natural environment.
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The device, as a part of professional CCTV system used for surveillance and control, is not designed
for self installation in households by individuals without technical knowledge.
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The manufacturer is not responsible for defects and damages resulted from improper or inconsistent
with user’s manual installation of the device in the system.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
AND WARNINGS
OSTRZEĩENIA
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND WARNINGS
1. Prior to undertaking any action with the device, please consult following manual, and read all the safety and operating
instructions before operating the device.
2. Please keep the following manual for the time of device’s lifespan in case when referring to the contents of the manual
would become necessary.
3. Follow all the safety precautions described in this manual. Improper installation and camera operation may have impact
on operator safety as well as camera operational reliability and lifespan.
4. Camera mounting and operations should be conducted according to this manual, both for users and service personnel.
5. Please unplug the unit from the power before starting maintenance procedures.
6. Please use only attachments / accessories specified by the manufacturer.
7. Operating the camera in high-humidity environments (such as in proximity of swimming pools, bathtubs, inside wet
cellars etc.) when the mounting method doesn't provide declared water tightness is forbidden.
8. Mounting the device in places where proper ventilation cannot be provided (e. g. closed lockers etc.) is not
recommended since it may lead to heat build-up and damaging the device itself in consequence.
9. Mounting the camera on unstable surface or using not recommended mounts is forbidden. Improperly mounted camera
may be the cause of fatal accident or be seriously damaged itself. Camera must be mounted by qualified personnel with
proper authorization, in accordance to user’s manual.
10. Device should be supplied only from power sources which parameters are in accordance to one’s pointed out by the
producer in camera technical datasheet. Therefore it is forbidden to supply the camera from power sources with their
parameters unknown, unstable or not meeting the producer’s requirements.
11. Signal cables (conducting TV or/and telemetric signal) should be placed in a way excluding the possibility of damaging
them by accident. Special attention must be paid to cables going out of the camera and connecting power supply;
12. To avoid equipment damage, whole TV circuit should be equipped with properly made (in accordance with Polish
Regulations) discharge-, overload- and lightning protection devices. Usage of separating transformers is advised.
13. Electric installation supplying the device should be designed to meet the specifications given by the producer in such a
way, that overloading it is impossible.
14. Camera should be protected from foreign objects entering its inside, liquids and excessive humidity.
15. User cannot repair or upgrade equipment himself. All maintenance actions and repairs should be done only by the
qualified service personnel.
16. Unplug the camera from the power source immediately and contact the proper maintenance department when the
following occurs:
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Damages to the power cord or to the plug itself;
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Liquids getting inside the device or exposure to strong mechanical shock;
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Device behaves in a way not described in the manual and all adjustments approved by the manufacturer, and
possible to apply by user himself, seem not to have any effect;
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Camera is damaged;
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Atypical behaviour of the camera components may be seen (heard).
17. In case of repairs please pay attention to using only original replacement parts (with their parameters in accordance to
those specified by the producer) should be paid. Non-licensed service and non-genuine replacement parts may cause
fire or electrocution;
18. After maintenance procedures please conduct device tests and make sure that all the camera components are operating
correctly.
Due to the product being constantly enhanced and optimized, certain parameters and functions described in the manual in
question may change without further notice.
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FOREWORD INFORMATION
1.
FOREWORD INFORMATION
1.1. General characteristic
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Mechanical IR cut filter
IR operation capability
Imager resolution: 2 megapixels
Min. Illumination: from 0.01 lx/F=1.6
Motor-zoom lens, AI and AF function
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for enhanced image quality in diverse light conditions
Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
8 tours (max. 64 presets each)
4 auto-scan functions
8 patterns (max. 206 s)
256 preset commands
Privacy zones: 16
Optical zoom: up to 20x
4 alarm inputs & 2 alarm relay outputs (NO/NC)
“Auto-Flip” function allows the tilt to rotate 180° and reposition itself for continuous viewing of a
moving object directly beneath the dome
Compression: H.264 or M-JPEG
Bidirectional audio transmission
Video processing resolution: up to 1920 x 1080
RTP/RTSP protocol support for video & audio transmission
Quadruple stream mode: compression, resolution, speed and quality defined individually for each
video stream
Hardware motion detection
Network connection control function
Built-in web server: camera configuration through the website
Diverse definition of system reactions to alarm events: e-mail with attachment, saving file on FTP
server, saving file on micro SD/SDHC card, alarm output trigger, HTTP notification, PTZ function
activation
PTZ control directly from the website and NMS (NOVUS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM)
Schedule recording function
Network protocols support: HTTP, TCP/IP, IPv4/v6, UDP, HTTPS, Multicast, FTP, DHCP, DDNS,
NTP, RTSP, RTP, UPnP, SNMP, QoS
Software: NMS (NOVUS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) for video recording, live monitoring,
playback and remote IP devices administration
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Installation:
-wall mount using bracket in-set included,
-ceiling mount using NVB-SD62CB bracket,
-corner mount using NVB-SD62CA adapter,
-pole mount using NVB-SD62PA adapter
Housing, wall mount bracket & poly-carbonate bubble in-set included
Power supply: 24 VAC/PoE+* (IEEE 802.3at Type 2; * Heater is not supplied when using PoE+)
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1.2. NVIP-2DN7020SD-2P specification
Specifications
Description
2 Megapixels
Resolution
0.05 lx/F=1.6 - color mode DSS,
0.01 lx/F=1.6 - B/W mode DSS
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Min. Illumination
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1/2.8” CMOS imager (16:9 format), progressive scan
Pick-up Element
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S/N Ratio
Auto/Manual (1/25 s ~ 1/10 000 s)
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Electronic Shutter
1/12 ~ 1 s
Auto Gain Control (AGC)
Auto/Manual (3 ~ 57 dB / Off)
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On/Off
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Auto/ATW/Outdoor/Indoor/Manual
White Balance
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Day/Night Switching
Internal
Auto/Manual
Motor-zoom lens, AI and AF function: f=4.7 ~ 94mm (F1.6 ~ F3.5)
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Zoom
52.3° ~ 4.1°
Optical 20x
1920 x 1080, 1280 x 1024, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, 720 x 576, 640
x 480, 352 x 288
Frame Rate
Up to 30 fps for 1920 x 1080 and lower resolution
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Motion Detection
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Pre- & Post-alarm Functions
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Time Synchronization
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Network Protocols Support
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System Reaction to Alarm Events
4 streams
H.264/M-JPEG
G.711/G.726
Hardware
E-mail with attachment, saving file on FTP server, saving file on micro SD/
SDHC card, alarm output trigger, HTTP notification, PTZ function activation
Max. 3 s pre-alarm or 20 pictures and max. 9999 s post-alarm recording or 20
pictures
AVI (SD card), JPEG (FTP)
Automatic time synchronization with NTP server
HTTP, TCP/IP, IPv4/v6, UDP, HTTPS, Multicast, FTP, DHCP, DDNS, NTP,
RTSP, RTP, UPnP, SNMP, QoS
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Password protected camera access and its configuration
Preset Commands
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User Authorization
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Auto-Scans
Patterns
Privacy Zones
8 (max. 64 presets each)
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4 (up to 206 s)
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Tilt Range
-10° ~ 190°
Pan Range
360° (continuous)
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Parametry
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0.5 - 90°/s (Manual), Up to 400°/s (Auto)
Pan/Tilt Speed
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Preset Speed
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“Auto-Flip” function, “Home” function
Other Functions
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Audio Output
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Alarm Input
4 (NO/NC)
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Audio Input
2 relay output (NO/NC) - max. 2 A, 30 VDC or 0.5 A, 125 VAC
External Ports
1 x Ethernet - RJ-45 interface, 10/100 Mbit/s, 1 x micro SD/SDHC
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Alarm Output
Plastic, poly-carbonate bubble
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Enclosure
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Degree of protection
Yes/Yes (supported only with 24 VAC)
Power Supply
24 VAC/PoE+* (IEEE 802.3at Type 2)
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-40°C ~ 50°C
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Operating Temperature
50 W
Camera: 192 (Ø) x 282 (H), Camera with mounting bracket: 254 (L) × 354
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Dimensions (mm)
Weight
* Heater is not supplied when using PoE+
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2.9 kg (with mounting bracket)
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FOREWORD INFORMATION
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1.3. Camera dimensions
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1.4. Package contents
Speed dome
camera
Wall bracket
Connectors
Lubricant
Short version of
user’s manual
CD containing manual
and software
Rubber
Sponge seal
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After you open the package make sure that the following elements are inside:
Torx key - 1 pc
M5 Torx screw - 1 pc
M5 Phillips screw - 1 pc
M3 Torx screw - 1 pc
M3 Phillips screw - 1 pc
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If any of this elements has been damaged during transport, pack all the elements back into the original
box and contact your supplier for further assistance.
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CAUTION!
If the device was brought from a location with lower temperature, please wait until it reaches
the temperature of location it is currently in. Turning the device on immediately after bringing it
from a location with lower ambient temperature is forbidden, as the condensing water vapour
may cause short-circuits and damage the device as a result.
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Before starting the device familiarize yourself with the description and the role of particular
inputs, outputs and adjusting elements that the device is equipped with.
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START-UP AND INITIAL CAMERA CONFIGURATION
2. START-UP AND INITIAL IP CAMERA CONFIGURATION
2.1. Description of connectors and control tools
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1. Port Ethernet 100 Mb/s (RJ-45 connector)
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CAUTION!
The camera is 24 VAC supplied. Minimal required power output for the power supply unit
should be at least 50W.
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Camera can also be PoE+ supplied. However with this supply type the camera heater is not active
and the camera operating temperature range is from 0 ° C to 40 ° C.
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START-UP AND INITIAL CAMERA CONFIGURATION
2.2. Mounting the camera
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In order to obtain declared degree of protection please seal the mounting place additionally with
appropriate sealing mass, paying special attention to mounting holes.
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Due to safety reasons, maximum load capacity of surface shouldn’t be less than 25kg.
In order to successfully mount a camera, please follow the procedure below:
Put the bracket to the wall in a desired mounting place (with cable hole). Taking the bracket’s
base screw holes as a pattern, mark future drilling holes for screws using a punch.
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Drill 4 holes in accordance with previously done markings and base hole placement.
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Remove the plastic cover located at the bottom of the bracket.
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Put required cables through the bracket’s arm (or through the hole located in the plastic cover).
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Mount the bracket, paying special attention to mounting place and all mounting holes and
additionally sealing them with appropriate sealing mass if necessary.
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Attach the rubber gasket to the bracket. In order to more easily pressing the rubber gasket
grease it with use the lubricant (rubber gasket and lubricant in set included).
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Attach the camera mounting base to the bracket by turning it to the left and tighten a suitable
screw in set included (see figure on next page).
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Connect required signal and power supply cables.
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CAUTION!
Connection the power cable to the camera must be performed after disconnecting the power
source. Power can be on only after the camera is fully mounted and the protective elements of
camera module are dismounted.
Using safety cable, attach the dome to the bracket.
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Attach the camera to the mounting base by turning it to the right and tighten a suitable screw
in set included (see figure on next page).
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Place where the cables getting out of the bracket must be sealed with a sponge seal in set
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Attach the plastic cover located at the bottom of the bracket.
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M8 screw - with three
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Remove the bubble by pulling down the side on which the locking pin is not placed.
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Remove the camera module protective elements in the form of tapes, sponge and lens cap.
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Mount the camera bubble by pressing in a manner analogous to the dismantling and
unscrewing of blocking screws 1 and 2 (unscrew the screws until you feel light resistance) and
screwing the screw 3. In order to more easily pressing the bubble grease the bubble rubber
with use the lubricant in set included.
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M3 screw - Phillips or
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START-UP AND INITIAL CAMERA CONFIGURATION
2.3. Starting the IP camera
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To run NOVUS IP camera you have to connect 24 VAC power supply or Ethernet cable between
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Initialization process takes about 30 seconds. You can then proceed to connect to the camera via web
browser.
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Network configuration of the camera can be performed utilizing web browser.
1. IP address= 192.168.1.200
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192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.254, for example 192.168.1.60). It is not allowed to set the same addresses for
camera and PC computer
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yourself or select DHCP mode (DHCP server is required in this method in target network) by using
web browser or by NMS software. When you use DHCP server check IP address lease and its linking
with camera MAC address to avoid changing or losing IP address during device operation or network/
DHCP server breakdown. You have to remember to use a new camera IP address after changing
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NETWORK CONNECTION UTILIZING WEB BROWSER
3. NETWORK CONNECTION UTILIZING WEB BROSWER
3.1. Recommended PC specification for web browser connections
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5. Direct X version 9.0 or newer
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3.2. Connection with IP camera via the Internet Explorer
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You have to enter camera IP address in the Internet Explorer address bar. If IP address is correct user
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Default user is root and default password is pass.
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When you log on to the camera, web browser will download the applet for displaying images from the
camera. Depending on the current Internet Explorer security settings it may be necessary to accept
an ActiveX control. To do this, click the right mouse button on the message, select "Install Active X
control" and then click Install. After successfully NVIP Viewer plug in downloading run and install it
on a computer.
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If the installation fails, changing security settings for the IE browser is required. In order to do that,
please choose: Tools > Internet options > Security tab > Custom level and:
Under Download unsigned ActiveX controls - select either Enable or Prompt
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Under Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe - select Enable or Prompt
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You can also add the camera’s IP address to “trusted zone” and set lowest security level for it.
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In addition, when working in Windows Vista/7 the ActiveX applet may be blocked by Windows
Defender or User account control. In such case you should allow to run this applet, or simply disable
these functions.
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3.3. Connection with IP camera via other browser eg. Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari )
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It is also possible to connect to the camera using Mozilla Firefox, but this browser doesn't offer full
functionality of the camera, so the recommended browser is Internet Explorer.
The first run of the IP camera in browser is very similar to the IE version. After you type the correct IP
address you have to write correct username and password. The default user is root and password is
pass.
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Next, blank screen is displayed. Then you have to install the missing Quick Time plug-in from site:
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http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
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After downloading and running it, a window depicting installation of particular components is then
displayed. After proper installation pictures from the camera should become visible.
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4. WWW INTERFACE - WORKING WITH IP CAMERA
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4.1. Displaying live pictures
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System — camera settings ( IP, recording, sending alarm messages, motion detection)
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Streaming — streaming settings for audio and video audio
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PTZ — picture and PTZ functions settings
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2. Language selection.
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3. Live view video format selection.
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4. ActiveX settings for live video:
- Display mode in web browser
- Full screen view
- Microphone - enable audio from microphone
- Speaker - enable audio sending to the camera
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- Snapshot - saves the current frame in JPEG format
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- Video Streaming pause/play button
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a - calling Preset in the range of 1 to 10.
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c - calling Tour (sequence) in the range of 1 to 8.
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d - Pan/Tilt speed selecting in the range of 1 to 10.
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g - Auto Focus mode enabling
h - Iris Close
i - Iris Open
j - Auto Iris mode enabling
k - Zoom In
l - Zoom Out
m - Pan/Tilt camera control
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Right mouse button click on the live screen view displays additional information about actual video and
audio transition parameters.
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- Auto Focus mode enabling
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4.2. Displaying live pictures - PTZ control
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Default Pan/Tilt camera control mode is emulated joystick mode. In this mode push and hold left mouse
button on the image in order to control the camera Pan/Tilt. The second Pan/Tilt control mode is set
center mode. In this mode camera sets automatically the center of the image in the place where you
click the left mouse button. Zoom control is performed using mouse wheel.
After click right mouse button on the image the menu including below options occurs:
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After click right mouse button on the image the menu including below options will occur:
full screen/normal view - enable/disable full screen mode.
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5. ELECTRIC CONNECTORS AND ACCESORIES
5.1. Connecting power supply to the camera
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AC 24_1
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Ground
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AC24_2
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The camera can be supplied using an external power supply with parameters compatible with
camera specification or via the network using the RJ45 socket using PoE + (IEEE 802.3at Type 2).
To power the camera through PoE+, use the PoE+ switch or the PoE + power adapter compatible
with (IEEE 802.3at Type 2). It should be noted that in case of power PoE+ camera heater is not
activated, and the operating temperature range is from 0 ° C to 40 ° C.
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CAUTION!
Audio output
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Ground
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Audio input
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Audio input is line type therefore required is to use
the microphone with preamplifier.
Audio output is line type therefore required is to use
the speakers with amplifier.
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In order to provide protection against voltage surges/lightning strikes, usage of appropriate surge protectors is
advised. Any damages resulting from surges are not eligible for service repairs.
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5.3. Connecting alarm inputs/outputs.
Description
Pin
Description
Pin
Description
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Alarm output 1 (NO)
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Alarm output 2 (NO)
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Alarm input 4
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Alarm output 1 (NC)
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Alarm output 2 (NC)
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Alarm input 3
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Alarm output 1 (COM)
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Alarm output 2 (COM)
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Alarm input 2
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Ground
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Ground
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Alarm input 1
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Alarm input
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Alarm output electric connections
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power supply
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• Mount SD card in the socket located at the camera’s bottom, according to the picture:
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• Turn the camera on
• Check the SD card by checking its capacity in the STORAGE MANAGEMENT tab.
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software (web browser level) resetting the camera settings
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re-starts then, taking about one minute to complete. Option to restore the factory default is described in
SETUP>FACTORY DEFAULT tab.
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In order to restore factory defaults for the camera please follow the instructions:
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RESET
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• log on after approx. 1 minute using default IP address (http://192.168.1.200) and default user name
(root) and password (pass)
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In the NVIP-2DN7020SD-2P camera RESET button is located as depicted above.
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