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Marshall Electronics

VS-104-3GSDI

HD H.264 Encoder/Decoder

User Manual

Firmware Version v1.0

Copyright ©2016, Marshall Electronics, Inc.

All Rights Reserved. This document may not be copied.

Trademarks

Other trademarks used in this document are registered trademarks or manufacturer or vendor trademarks associated with the products.

Disclaimer

Product options and specifications can be changed without notice. The information in this manual is furnished for informational use only and should not be construed as a commitment by Marshall

Electronics, Inc. Marshall Electronics, Inc. assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this publication.

Safety Precaution

We appreciate your video encoder purchase.

Before installing the product, please read the following with care.

 Make sure to turn off the power before installing video encoder.

 Do not install under direct sunlight or in dusty areas.

 Make sure to use the product within the temperature and humidity specified.

 Do not operate the product in presence of vibrations or strong magnetic fields.

 Do not put electrically conducting materials in the ventilation hole.

 Do not open the top cover of the products. It may cause a failure or electric shock on the components.

 Make sure to leave a space of at least 10 cm from the ventilation hole in order to prevent overheating.

 Check voltage and current requirements before connecting a power supply.

1. Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 4

1.1 About this Manual ......................................................................................................... 4

1.2 Features ....................................................................................................................... 4

1.3 Product and Accessories .............................................................................................. 5

1.4 System Connections ..................................................................................................... 8

2. Installation .......................................................................................................................... 11

2.1 Connecting Video ....................................................................................................... 11

2.2 Connecting Audio ....................................................................................................... 11

2.3 Connecting Serial Ports .............................................................................................. 11

2.4 Connecting Sensor & Alarm ....................................................................................... 11

2.5 Connecting Power ...................................................................................................... 11

2.6 Check If It Works ........................................................................................................ 12

3. System Operation .............................................................................................................. 13

3.1 Remote Video Monitoring ........................................................................................... 13

3.2 Initialization of IP Address........................................................................................... 15

4. Remote Configuration ....................................................................................................... 16

4.1 System Configuration ................................................................................................. 16

4.2 Video & Audio Configuration ....................................................................................... 16

4.3 Image Configuration ................................................................................................... 21

4.4 Network Configuration ................................................................................................ 22

4.5 Event Configuration .................................................................................................... 36

4.6 Record Configuration .................................................................................................. 41

4.7 Device Configuration .................................................................................................. 47

4.8 PTZ Configuration ...................................................................................................... 48

4.9 User Configuration ...................................................................................................... 53

4.10 System Configuration ............................................................................................... 56

5. VS Manager ........................................................................................................................ 62

7. Data Sheet .......................................................................................................................... 63

8. Appendix ............................................................................................................................ 65

1. Introduction

1.1 About this Manual

This User Manual provides information on installation setup, operation of the video encoder, as well as troubleshooting tips.

1.2 Features

Video Encoder is a video and audio transmission system that provides broadcast quality audio and video, based on IP network through LAN, ADSL/VDSL, and wireless

LAN. An Encoder System compresses and transmits media data, while a Decoder

System receives and decompresses media data.

Video

Up to 1920x1080 @ 60fps

Highly Efficient Compression Algorithm; H.264 & MJPEG support

Wide range of Transmission Rates: 32kbps ~ 16mbps

Various Transmission Modes: CBR or VBR

Motion Detection

Audio

Multi-Transmission Mode: Uni-Directional Mode (IP Encoder to Client PC or

Decoder/ Client PC or Decoder to IP Encoder), Bi-Directional Mode

Network

Fixed IP & Dynamic IP (DHCP) support

1:1, 1:N support

Multicasting

Automatic Transmit Rate Control according to network conditions

OnVIF, PSIA compliant

Serial Data

RS-485 support

Data Pass-Through Mode: Serial Data Communication between IP Encoder and

Decoder

Data Pass-Through Mode: Serial Data Communication between Encoder-Decoder

Sensor and Alarm

Supports direct connections of External Sensor and Alarm Devices

Event Alarm

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1. Introduction

USB

Connection to internal or external USB storage for remote access, recording and playback

User Interface

Diagnose and upgrade through dedicated program called VS Manager

System Configuration using Internet Explorer

High Reliability

Reliable Embedded System

System Recovery by Dual Watch-Dog Functions

1.3 Products and Accessories

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1. Introduction

Part Names and Functions

Front View

No. Parts

1 LED

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Function

Display System Status

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Rear View

No. Parts Function

1 Power DC +12V Power Input

2 RS-422/485

RS-232

Serial Port for PTZ Control

Serial Port for PTZ Control

3

4

Sensor Sensor Input

5

Alarm Alarm or Relay Output

6

USB Port USB Port

7

LAN (Master, Slave)

1000/100/10-base-T Ethernet

Only master port supports PoE

Audio In/Out

8

Audio In/Out

9

Composite In/Output

10

3G/HD/SD-SDI

In/Output

11

HDMI In/Out

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3G/HD/SD-SDI Video & Audio

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Input / Output

HDMI In/Out

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1. Introduction

1.4 System Connections

Video Encoder operates as one mode; Encoder. Video Encoder Systems can be connected in either 1-to-1 where one encoder is connected to one decoder or 1-to-

multiple where one encoder connected to many decoders.

The following chart shows status of video, audio and serial data on each mode:

System Mode Video Audio Serial Data

Encoder Transmit Transmit/Receive Transmit/Receive

Decoder Receive Transmit/Receive Transmit/Receive

The system mode is defined by the video communication and this system mode is capable of single directional transmission of audio and/or bi-directional serial data.

Topology

Generally, the Encoder and Decoder are connected in 1-to-1 mode. To support this specific situation, 1-to-multiple connection is also supported.

1:1 Connection (Unidirectional Transmission)

The most commonly used configuration is 1-to-1 connection. An Encoder is installed at a site where video images can be transmitted and a Decoder is installed at a center location to receive and view the video images on monitors. Audio and Serial data are transferred in either direction. An Encoder and Decoder can be connected by setting the Encoder’s Address for the Decoder’s Remote IP.

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1:N Connection (Uni-Directional Transmission)

In this configuration, a site can be monitored from many remote center locations.

Maximum connections would be limited by the network bandwidth.

Functionally, the VMS (Video Management System) software can replace the decoder.

Multicast Mode

In the Network Supporting Multicast Mode, if Multicast is setup as a system protocol, you can use bandwidth efficiently regardless of the number of decoders. In the 1:N connection, a large number of decoders can receive audio and video data from an encoder by using a single streaming transmission.

Relaying

In this arrangement, video and audio can be re-transmitted from one center to another center. The arrangement is useful when the network bandwidth at the site is limited while there is more than one center wanting to monitor the site.

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1. Introduction

VMS (Video Management System)

VMS (Video Management System) is a Windows based remote monitoring program to access multiple encoders for real-time monitoring or control of the encoders and connected cameras. Please refer to the VMS User Manual for more information on

VMS.

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2. Installation

2.1 Connecting Video

Encoder System

Connect a video encoder video output line to the encoder video input port.

Connecting with Megapixel Encoder

Connect a video encoder which supports HDMI or HD-SDI output to the HDMI or

HD-SDI Input port of video encoder accordingly.

Connecting with D1 Resolution Encoder

Connect a video encoder to the video input port of video encoder accordingly.

Decoder System

Connect a monitor to either the HDMI or COMPOSITE (HD-SDI) Output port of video encoder accordingly.

2.2 Connecting Audio

Audio is Full-Duplex. It is possible to set the mode as Tx-only, Rx-only, or Tx-Rx.

Connect audio input and output ports to audio devices accordingly.

The Audio signal required is line level, so audio equipment with an amp, mixer or other amplifier should be used.

2.3 Connecting Serial Ports

For encoder control, the PTZ Controller (keyboard) and Receiver can be connected to

Serial Ports. Two corresponding Serial Ports in the Encoder and Decoder which are connected 1-to-1, works in Pass-Through Mode. This means that commands at a local system’s COM1 Port will be transparently passed to the remote system’s COM1 Port.

Commands at a local system COM2 Port will pass to the remote system’s COM2 Port.

2.4 Connecting Sensor and Alarm

Connect Sensor and Alarm Devices to corresponding terminals accordingly.

2.5 Connecting Power

After confirming the Power Source, connect Power Adaptor and connect the 12VDC

Connector to the System.

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2.6 Check If It Works

Once the power is supplied to the encoder, it will start booting. The system will boot up to operation mode after approximately 40-60 seconds. The green LED on the Ethernet

Port will flash indicating the system is ready.

Software provided on the disc called VS Manager allows you to check the IP address and other network details of the video encoder. Please refer to the VS Manager manual for instructions on how to find the IP address of the video encoder and to make necessary changes.

Encoder LED Display

The LED’s above show that the Encoder is connected but a Decoder is not. Once an Encoder is connected to a Decoder , the color of the “LINK” LED Display will turn green and the “DATA” LED will blink as video or audio transmissions occur.

Decoder LED Display

These LED’s above show that the Decoder has started without connecting to an

Encoder. Once an Encoder is connected, the color of “LINK” LED Display will turn green and the “DATA” LED will blink as video or audio data transmissions occur.

Description of LED

System Status can be monitored with the LED Display:

LED

PWR

STATUS

LINK

State

OFF

Red

Green Blinking

Red

OFF

Green

Red Blinking

Orange

DATA

Green

Red

OFF

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Description

Power OFF

Power ON

Normal Operation

System Failure: Needs Diagnostics

No Connection to Remote System

Connected to a Remote System

Decoder Only: Trying to connect to an Encoder

Illegal Connection (unsupported combination of system modes)

Data Transmission in Progress

Data Loss

No Data Transmission

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3. System Operation

3.1 Remote Video Monitoring

There are two ways to monitor video when the VMS (Video Management System) and

Video Encoder are connected. In order for a proper operation, an IP Address must be set accordingly. Please refer to the VS Manager Manual enclosed with product for further details.

Default ID: admin Default Password: 1234

Video Monitoring using Internet Explorer

Open Inte rnet Explorer and enter the Video Encoder’s IP Address. The system will ask for confirmation to install Active-X Control. Once authorized, Internet Explorer will begin to display video images from the Encoder as shown below:

Default IP Address : http://192.168.10.100

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3. System Operation

Video Select

Select the Video Stream to be viewed: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary or Quartic Streaming

This video encoder is capable of Dual Streaming; Primary Streaming and Secondary

Streaming. Video will be displayed according to the resolution set on video configuration. If Dual Streaming ( “Use Dual

Encode” Menu in Video page) is not activated, Secondary

Videos are not available.

View Size

Adjust the Screen Size. Screen size is initially adjusted according to the Compression

Resolution. If you click 50% icon, the whole screen size will be reduced to half size.

Digital Zoom

Control the Digital Zoom on the screen. The more the encoder zooms in, the smaller the square of control panel is. Position of the image can be changed by moving position of the square. If you press “1x”, the screen will return to the normal size.

PTZ Control (Optical Zoom & Digital Zoom Built-In Encoder)

PTZ Control Panel is used for controlling External PTZ devices when the External PTZ devices are connected through a special

Serial Port. It is possible to control zooming by using the Zoom

In/Out buttons of PTZ Control Panel. In order to use Digital Zoom, select Digital Zoom “ON” in the Encoder Tab)

- “Stop”

Stop on-going PTZ action.

- “Focus Near”, “Focus Far”, “Auto Focus”

Adjust the focus of the lens.

Select Preset

Set preset position and move to the specific preset position.

- GoTo: After set up, move to the selected preset entry.

- Set: Set the current position to the selected preset entry.

- Clear: Delete the selected preset entry.

Sensor Input and Alarm Input

Displays the status of the sensor in real time. This video encoder supports

One Sensor Input. When the sensor of the encoder is working, the sensor light turns red. Operate the Alarm Device by pressing the number icon. This encoder supports One Alarm Output. A number icon indicates the status of the alarm device.

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3. System Operation

Snapshot

Capture video images and save them as BMP or JPEG files.

Talk

Transfer audio from the PC microphone to the encoder.

File Record

Recording to an AVI file on Live View page is available. AVI files are generated in the specified folder or in specified file name on the PC where the web browser is running.

1. Press “Set” button to select folder or create a new folder.

Enter the file name on Filename field.

2. Press “Start” button to start recording.

3. Press “Stop” button to end recording.

4.

AVI file named “IP address_hh_mm_ss” or

File name_IP address_hh_mm_ss” will be generated in the specified folder depending on whether the path specified a folder or a prefix of the file name.

Display Buffer

Set the number of video frames to be buffered before being displayed on web browser. Larger values result in smoother video by sacrificing the latency. A setting of 10 ~ 15 frames can be generally used for most situations.

Video Monitoring with Decoder System

When the Video Encoder’s IP Address is set in the Remote IP Address section of the

Decoder, the Decoder System will connect to the Encoder and start receiving the video images. Normally, a monitor connected to the decoder will display video images.

3.2 Initialization of IP address

If a System IP Address is lost, the system can be reset to the System Default IP

Address using the Reset Button to the left of the LED lights.

1. While system is in operation, press the reset button for more than 5 seconds.

2. The system will reboot automatically.

3. Once the system reboots, IP Address will be set to the System Default as below:

IP Mode Fixed IP

IP Address 192.168.10.100

Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0

Base Port 2222

Gateway 192.168.10.1

HTTP Port 80

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4. Remote Configuration

4.1 System Configuration

Remote Setting is available by using web browser. Enter IP Address of the Video

Encoder and a Live View screen appears (see below). Press the Setup button located in the upper right area of the monitoring screen for Encoder Setup. For Remote Setting, the user should have manager-level authority or higher.

The configurations are grouped into 9 categories: Video & Audio, Image, Network,

Event, Record, Device, PTZ, System, and User. To save configuration changes, click “Apply”. Leaving the page without clicking “Apply” will discard any new changes.

4.2 Video & Audio Configuration

Information

The information provides current information for Video and Audio Settings.

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4. Remote Configuration

Encode

- Performance Calculation

Shows the performance usage rate according to the value set at Encode mode.

- Input Format

Choose the appropriate Input Format from the list provided.

- Resolution

Select the appropriate Video Encoding Resolution. The Scaling option is used when the Encoding Resolution is different from Input Resolution. Without Scaling, the input video will be cut according to the encoding resolution. If Scaling is selected, the input video will be adjusted according to encoding resolution.

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- Framerate

Determine the maximum number of frames per second for the video stream.

1,2,3,4,5,6,8,10,15,20,25,30 and 60 frame rate can be selected. The actual frame rate of the video can be less than the maximum frame rate set due to the network bandwidth limitation.

- Preference

Select Encoding Mode to control the video quality or bitrate: Quality (VBR) or Bit

Rate (CBR and Hybrid). If Bitrate is selected, the video encoding will be prompted by the Bitrate value entered. Therefore, the Bitrate mode corresponds to CBR

(Constant Bit Rate) or Hybrid (Hybrid Constant Bit Rate) encoding. If Quality is selected, the video encoding will be prompted by the quality of image selected.

Therefore, Quality mode corresponds to VBR (Variable Bit Rate) encoding.

- Quality

Select Quality Level: 7 Levels of Quality are available. Quality Mode (VBR

Encoding) encodes every frame in a constant quality. Therefore, resulting bitrate may vary a lot depending on the complexity or activity changes in the input video.

Quality Mode is preferred when constant video quality is required and the network bandwidth is enough for delivering the stream of highly varying bitrate.

- Bitrate

- Bitrate value ranges between 32 and 16Mbps. Bitrate Mode (CBR Encoding) allows you to set a fixed target bitrate that consumes a predictable amount of bandwidth. In order to stay within the bitrate limit, video quality is controlled dynamically according to the complexity or activity changes in the input video.

Bitrate Mode (Hybrid Encoding) allows you to set a maximum bitrate. Bitrate does not exceed the set bitrate but it can be decreased automatically when the scene complexity is decreased. This mode allows you to control the bandwidth efficiently.

- I-Frame Interval

I-Frame Interval ranges between 1 and 255.

- H.264 Profile

Select the H.264 Profile: High Profile or Baseline Profile

1. High Profile

High Profile is the primary profile for broadcast and disc storage applications; particularly for high-definition television application.

2. Baseline Profile

Baseline Profile is for low-cost applications that require additional data loss robustness used in some videoconferencing and mobile application. This profile includes all the features that are supported in the constrained baseline profile, plus three additional features that can be used for loss robustness.

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4. Remote Configuration

Secondary 1, Secondary 2, Secondary 3

- Use Dual Encode

Select ON to Enable and use Secondary 1-3.

The Secondary 1-3 video can be viewed on Live View window by selecting Stream

Number on the Video Selection

- ROI Encoding (Region of Interest)

Select ON to encode only preferable part of the scene. Drag a mouse on the image in order to set a area that you prefer to encode. This mode allows you to save over

30% of bitrate and result in saving cost of storage more than 30%.

- Algorithm

Select H.264 or MJPEG for the Secondary, Tertiary or Quartic Streaming.

- Use Quadruple Encode

Select ON to enable Secondary #1 ~ #3.

The Secondary #1 ~ #3 video can be viewed on Live View by selecting the Stream

Number on the Video Selection.

- ROI Encoding (Region of Interest)

Select ON to encode only part of the scene. Drag the mouse on the image to set an area to encode. This mode allows you to save over 30% of the bitrate which results in saving more than 30% of the cost of storage.

- Algorithm

Select H.264 or MJPEG for the secondary, tertiary or quartic streaming.

With H.264, Bitrate Mode or Quality Mode can be selected for the Preference.

MJPEG supports the Quality Mode only.

Audio

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4. Remote Configuration

Audio Source

Select the Audio Source: Embedded or Analog Stereo.

Algorithm

Select the Audio Algorithm: G.711 or AAC. G.711 and AAC from client to encoder direction are supported. Thus, bi-directional audio communication is supported.

Sample Rate

The Sample Rate defines the number of samples per unit of time taken from a continuous signal to make a discrete signal.

Bitrate

Bitrate ranges from 64Kbps and 128kbps when AAC is selected. The sample rate is fixed to 8KHz and 32KHz for G.711 and AAC respectively. Note: when the video encoder is connected to a decoder, the decoder

’s audio algorithm should be set identically to transmit the audio properly.

Mode

Select the Audio Operation Mode:

Mode Action

Off No Operation

Tx-Only

Rx-Only

Tx & Rx

Transmit Only

Receive Only

Transmit and Receive

Input Gain

Audio Input Gain ranges from 0 to 31.

Output

Output Format

Select the format of output when Enable Preview is selected.

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4. Remote Configuration

Output Format

Select the format of output when Enable Preview is selected.

Audio

Audio Output: The input audio is transmitted to the encoder.

Loopback: Does not transmit the audio to the encoder. Audio input and output to the camera.

4.3 Image Configuration

Codec

Brightness: Controls input video brightness by selecting values between 0 and 255.

Contrast: Controls input video contrast by selecting values between 0 and 255.

Hue: Controls input video hue by selecting values between 0 and 255.

Saturation: Controls input video saturation by selecting values between 0 and 255.

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4. Remote Configuration

4.4 Network IP & Port Configuration

Local

Select the IP Mode: Fixed IP or DHCP

Depending on the selected mode, the following configuration applies:

IP Mode Selection Description

Fixed IP

DHCP

Local IP Fixed IP Address

Local Gateway Gateway IP Address

Local Subnet Subnet Mask

N/A

Contact your ISP provider or network manager for IP address information.

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4. Remote Configuration

DNS

Obtain DNS Encoder Address automatically

Find DNS Encoder Address automatically when IP Mode is set to DHCP.

Use the following DNS Encoder Address

Enter the DNS Encoder IP Address: Primary or Secondary DNS Encoder

Domain Name System (DNS) is a database system that translates a computer's fully qualified domain name into an IP address. Networked computers use IP addresses to locate and connect to each other, but IP addresses can be difficult for people to remember. For example, on the web, it's much easier to remember the domain name www.amazon.com than it is to remember its corresponding IP address (207.171.166.48). Each organization that maintains a computer network will have at least one server handling DNS queries. That server, called a name server, will hold a list of all the IP addresses within its network, plus a cache of IP addresses for recently accessed computers outside the network.

IPv6

IPv6 Address: Enter the designated Ipv6 address.

IPv6 Subnet Prefix Length: Enter the bit number for the Ipv6 subnet.

IPv6 Default Gateway: Enter the designated Ipv6 gateway.

IPv6 Link Local: Display the Ipv6 link local.

Port

Base Port (1025 - 65535)

Enter the Base Port Number: Network Base Port is used for communication with remote clients. In order for the video encoder and remote systems to be connected, the port number must be identically configured for the video encoder side and client side.

HTTP Port (80, 1025 - 65535)

Enter HTTP port used for a web-based connection.

HTTPS Port (443, 1025 - 65535)

Enter HTTPS port used for a secured HTTP connection.

RTSP Port (554, 1025 - 65535)

Enter RTSP port used for RTSP-based connection. The default TRSP port is 554.

RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) is a standard for media streaming between encoder and client.

Multicast

The Multicast menu is used for configuring the Multicast IP Address where the media stream is delivered when a Decoder, VMS or NVR software is connected in the Multicast Mode. The Multicast IP Address selection range is between 224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255. The selection can be used only when the media protocol is set to Multicast.

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4. Remote Configuration

Discovery

UPNP

When UPNP is ON, it allows the discovery of the client according to UPNP

(Universal Plug and Play) Protocol.

Zeroconf

When Zeroconf is ON, it allows the discovery of the client according to Zeroconf

Protocol.

WS Discovery

Discovery function based on web service is enabled. It allows the discovery by the client SW which is supporting Onvif.

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4. Remote Configuration

One-Way

This IP Video Encoder provides two kinds of one-way (unidirectional) streaming based on UTP to clients: RTSP and MPEG-TS. Both are types of broadcasting where traffic from clients to an encoder is not generated at all.

RTP (Real-Time Transport Protocol) is an Internet Protocol used for transmitting single real-time multimedia data such as audio and video to a select group of connected clients. Normally RTSP uses RTP to format packets of multimedia content. The RTP menu is used when the RTP only is streaming without an RTSP connection. RTP stream will be transmitted to the destination set. The SDP

(Session Description Protocol) file can be found in the encoder and a client can retrieve it using the http connection.

Destination IP: Set the IP Address of the destination system receiving the RTP

Stream. If the system is a decoder, RTSP authentication information can be found in the middle of the RTSP URL: rtsp:// admin:1234 @192.168.10.100:554/video1

Destination Port: Set the port of the destination system receiving the TRP stream.

User Name: Enter the user name that will be used as a session name in the SDP file.

File Name: Enter the file name that will be used as the name of the SDP file. When this is entered, it can be accessed through http://ServerAddress/filename

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MPEG-TS is the standard format for the transmission and storage of audio, video, and data, and is used in broadcast systems such as DVB and ATSC. Transport

Stream is specified in MPEG-2 Part 1 Systems (formally known as ISO/IEC standard 13818-1 or ITU-T Rec. H.222.0). Transport Stream specifies a container format encapsulating packetized elementary streams with error correction and stream synchronization features for maintaining transmission integrity when the signal is degraded. Although MPEG-TS supports AAC as the audio algorithm, only video is streamed when audio algorithm is set to G.711.

Destination IP: Set the IP Address of the Destination System which will receive MPEG-

TS stream.

Destination Port: Set the Port of the Destination System which will receive MPEG-TS stream.

SNMP

SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is compatible with both SNMPv1 and

SNMPvec. Settings for using SNMP are as follows:

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SNMP Listen Port (0, 161, 1025 - 65535)

This port is for connecting an external device as an SNMP client. SNMP is not used when the value is 0.

SNMP Trap Destination IP

Set the SNMP Trap Destination IP.

SNMP Trap Destination Port (0, 162, 1025 - 65535)

Set the SNMP Trap Destination Port. SNMP is not used when the value is 0.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used by Network Management

Systems to communicate with network elements. SNMP lets TCP/IP-Based Network

Management clients use a TCP/IP-Based internetwork to exchange information about the configuration and status of nodes. SNMP can also generate trap messages used to report significant TCP/IP events asynchronously to interested clients. For Example: a router could send a message if one of its redundant power supplies fails or a printer could send an SNMP trap when it is out of paper.

DDNS

Select DDNS (Dynamic DNS) Encoder to use. One of the two can be selected.

DynDNS

DynDNS service is used in this mode. Refer to www.dyndns.org

for details.

ID, Password and Domain name are needed when DynDNS is set.

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4. Remote Configuration

Dynamic DNS is a method, protocol, or network service that provides the capability for a networked device, such as a router or computer system using the Internet Protocol Suite, to notify a domain name server to change, in real time (ad-hoc) the active DNS configuration of its configured hostnames, addresses or other information stored in DNS.

Vdyn

Vdyn is a DDNS service provided by Visionica ( http://visionica.com

). No further configuration is required for using this service. It internally uses the MAC address for the registration. When it succeeds, the domain name of the form

001C63A607EC.visionica.info is displayed on Current Domain entry of the Network page. Email setting is not mandatory.

Check IP Disable

If

“Check IP Disable” is selected, it will skip to check it’s own IP. In Fixed IP Mode, the set IP will be registered on the DDNS Encoder. In DHCP Mode, a dynamically assigned IP will be registered on the DDNS Encoder. Normally Check IP Disable should be unchecked in order to obtain the public IP in the network.

IP Filtering

IP Filtering is simply a mechanism that decides which types of IP datagrams will be processed normally and which will be discarded.

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4. Remote Configuration

Email

Select the following when Email is selected as an Event Action:

Encoder Address

Enter an address of mail (SMTP) Encoder

Port

Specify a port for SMTP operation (Port 25 is the default port in SMTP operation).

If a port other that the default is configured in the SMTP Encoder, this port needs to be changed accordingly.

Sender Address

Enter an account registered the in SMTP Encoder.

Authentication on SMTP Encoder

This function is applicable when the Email Encoder requires authentication for sending Email.

ID & Password

When the Encoder requires authentication, ID and Password of an email account need to be entered.

Destination Address

Enter Destination address. More than one address can be entered by delimiting comma (,) or semi-colon (;). Destination addresses can take up to 63 characters.

Email Test

Email sending can be tested with this button. Please note that configured settings should be saved first by pressing the Apply button before using the Email Test

Function. One of the following messages will appear as a result of the test:

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Email Notification

Video Clip Attaching

Video clips can be saved and attached as an AVI or JPEG file. When dual encoding is enabled, Primary Video, Secondary Video (H.264 only) or JPEG Capture can be selected. The number of JPEG frames is configured appropriately. This setting is applicable only when JPEG Capture is selected.

Capture Interval

Select the interval of the captured frame.

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FTP

When FTP is selected, specify the following:

Encoder Address

Enter an RTP Encoder Address to receive video files.

Port

Specify a Port for the FTP operation (Port 21 is the default port in the FTP operation). If a port other than the default is configured in the FTP Encoder, this port needs to be changed accordingly.

ID & Password

Enter ID and Password to access the FTP Encoder.

FTP File Name

The File Names uploaded by FTP can be specified by the user. If a fixed name is specified, the file is overwritten repeatedly. Max length of a file name is 60 characters. If the name is left blank, file name is determined according to the internal rule implemented in the firmware. The following macros are supported to form variable parts of file names. These strings are case-sensitive.

 %YYYY: year

 %MM: month

 %DD: day

 %hh: hour

 %mm: minute

 %ss: second

 %EVENT: event type (Sensor1, Motion, ...)

 %ADDR: address of the encoder (Domain name when DDNS is used; otherwise IP address)

 “.avi” or “.jpg” will be added automatically to the filename depending on the video file type.

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FTP Base Directory

Specify the name of the directory to be created in the FTP Encoder. It is valid only when Record is set to Use on the Record Session.

FTP Test

The FTP upload function can be tested with this button. Please note that the configuration settings should be saved first by pressing the Apply button before using the FTP Test Function. One of the following messages will appear after testing:

FTP Upload

Upload Video

When using Primary, Secondary, Tertiary or Quartic Video (H.264 only), JPEG capture can be selected for uploading.

Number of Frame

Enter the frame number of the JPEG capture. (1 - 10)

Capture Interval

Select the interval of captured frame.

Continuous Upload

Continuous Upload ON allows video clips to be transmitted regularly regardless of the event occurrence. When this mode is activated, the FTP upload by event is suppressed.

Upload Duration

Specify the recording duration of the video clip to be transmitted (max 300 sec).

Upload Interval

Specify the transmission interval (max 3600 sec). Upload duration is not included in the upload interval. For Example: if the upload interval is 60 sec and the upload duration is 20 sec, a video clip for 20 sec is transmitted every 80 sec.

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Google Drive

Google Drive Auth

First, create Google ID and Password. Authorize ID and Password for uploading recorded data.

Base Directory

Specify the name of the directory to be created in the Google Drive. Valid only when

“Use On Record” session is used.

Upload Video

Primary, Secondary, Tertiary or Quartic video (H.264 only) can be selected. JPEG capture can be selected for uploading.

Number of Frames

Enter JPEG frame number (1-10).

Capture Interval

Select interval type of captured frames.

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SSL

SSL Enabled

SSL-VPN function will be enabled.

User ID

Enter User ID for VPN Client.

Password

Enter Password for VPN Client.

VPN IP Address

Set IP Address on VPN.

VPN Port

Set the Port on VPN.

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Connecting

IP Addresses that are currently connected are listed here.

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4.5 Event Configuration

Local

When a Decoder is connected to a Video Encoder, one system becomes a Local

System and the other a Remote System (generally a system which is being used by the user is called as Local System). Event Actions can be configured from the Remote

System as well as the Local System. For Example: it is possible to turn on an alarm device in the Local (center) Decoder System when a sensor device in Remote (site)

Video Encoder is triggered. The Local section configures the actions for the events from the Local (self) System and the configuration activates the local devices and the

Remote sections configure the actions for events from Remote (peer) System.

The following table lists the possible actions for the events:

Action Description

Beep

Alarm out

Email

FTP

Preset

Triggers Beep Port

Triggers Alarm (Relay) Port

Sends Email to the specified Email Address;

AVI File can be attached

Upload AVI File to a specified FTP Encoder

Move to the Preset Position

- Sensor1 / Sensor2

Configure the actions when the sensor is activated. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

- On Video Loss

Configure the actions when video input signal is lost. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

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- On Motion

Configure the actions when motion is detected. Multiple actions can be set for a single event.

- On Disconnect

Configure the actions when the link (connection) with peer system is disconnected.

Multiple actions can be set for a single event. This event happens when the last client which has been receiving video from the video encoder loses the connection.

Motion Detection

- Select the Use Motion Detection function

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- Motion Detection Area Editing

Configure the region for Motion Detection. Regions of arbitrary shapes can be configured by the following steps:

1. Select Enable on Edit Tab.

2. When selecting Editing Mode, Set includes the motion detection region cell and

Erase is for excluding cells.

3. Select cells by right clicking. Multiple cells can be selected by selecting and dragging.

4. Press Apply Edit Area to save the selection.

When the Encoder can detect Audio Silence, the audio silence state is delivered to the VMS as Audio Loss.

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Sensor Type

There are two Sensor Input Ports on the Video Encoder. Each Sensor Port can be configured as follows:

Function Operation

OFF Not used

NO (Normally Open) The port is normally open and activated when closed

NC (Normally Closed) The port is normally closed and activated when opened

The function of the sensor port is set based on the type of the sensor connected.

Sensor Schedule

Choose Sensor OFF or Sensor ON and make a selection on the Sensor Schedule

Table to schedule according to day and time.

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Alarm

Set the duration of the Alarm or Beep Activation in case of an event. If Continuous is selected, the alarm will be in an active state until the operator resets it manually.

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4.6 Record Configuration

General

Use Record

Off: Recording function will not be used when OFF is selected.

Use Disk: When the Use Disk function is on, the default setting for the Schedule

Table is Record Off.

Use FTP: Recording will be enabled and data will be uploaded to an FTP

Encoder. In this mode, the FTP Upload by Event is automatically disabled.

Select Video

Select the Video Stream to record.

Manual Record

When ON is selected, record is initiated regardless of Schedule.

Overwrite

When the disk becomes full, the oldest data files are deleted automatically. This is valid only when Use Record is set to Use Disk.

Max File Size / Max File Length

Max File Size option is for limiting the size of the AVI file. If Small File Size is selected, the file is generated but the number of small files will be increased. When limiting the time length of the AVI file, the Max File Length option is used. If the file size becomes the Max File Size or the duration of the recording reaches Max File

Length, a new file is created.

Automatically Backup to FTP

Data recorded in the disk can be uploaded to an FTP Encoder automatically for backup. FTP Encoder is configured on the Event page. This is valid only when Use

Record is set to Use Disk.

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Erase After Backup

Data is deleted automatically after being uploaded to the FTP Encoder. This is valid only when Automatically Backup to FTP is selected.

Start Time of Backup Data

Specify the time when the data backup occurs. Select Backup to FTP Disk. This time is changed automatically with the Backup to FTP Encoder. Check current backup status on a regular basis. This is valid only when Automatically Backup to

FTP is selected.

FTP Base Directory

Specify the name of the directory to be created in the FTP Encoder. This is valid only when Use Record is set to Use FTP.

Checking Status of Recording

Recording Status can be checked on the main view page .

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Schedule

Event Type

Three recording modes are supported: Continuous, Event, and Disconnect.

When using Event Recording, Event Types can be selected among several Events.

Selected Event Type is used for configuring the Schedule Table. Up to 4 Event

Types can be configured and each Event Type can be a combination of Sensor,

Video Loss and Motion Event.

Pre-Event Time

Specify the duration of recording before an Event happens.

Post-Event Time

Specify the duration after the Event is cleared.

Schedule Table

Actual Recording Mode is determined by Schedule Table, where the Recording

Mode is configured by Day and Hour. Recording Modes are configured as follows:

Record Off

No Recording.

Continuous

Records continuously.

Disconnect

Recording is started when the system loses connection to the last client (Decoder,

VMS/NVR) etc. When there are multiple clients and only one is disconnected, the recording is not started.

Event Type

A recording is started when an Event is configured in the Event Type.

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Disk Information

When SD Memory is used, at least 1GB is recommended. An EXT3 or FAT32 File

System can be used. EXT3 or FAT32 can be read in Linux PC. However, only disks with FAT32 file system can be read in Windows PC. Less than 4Mbps of video bit rate is recommended when you record and monitor video simultaneously since frame dropping may occur due to performance limitation.

Restart the system after connecting an SD card. The system reads the disk status and initializes during reboot. Once the disk initialization is finished, the disk status is shown on the Record page of the web-based setup.

Refer to this chart for checking the disk status:

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Search Page

Recorded Video and Audio Data can be saved in AVI Format. In general, one AVI file is created for an Event-Based Recording. However, it is possible that a Series of

Events can be recorded continuously and merged into a single AVI file depending on

Pre/Post Event Time Setting. The size of file is limited to 10-2GB. With Continuous

Recording, AVI files are created in a series and each size is limited to 10-2GB.

Playback

1. After selecting an AVI file, a window will appear for opening or saving the file.

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2. The Save button will store the file in the PC. The AVI file can be played with

Windows Media Player.

3. The Open button will download and automatically play with Windows Media Player.

4. The internet connection is disabled during downloading. Two AVI files cannot be download at the same time.

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4.7 Serial Device Configuration

Information

This information provides current serial communication status.

Serial Setup

- Serial Protocol:

Choose Video Encoder Serial Port: RS-232 or RS-422/485; Select RS-422 or RS-485 for the RS-422/485 port.

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- Serial Port Configuration:

The Serial Port configuration is as follows (must be same as the connecting device):

4.8 PTZ Configuration

General

PTZ Type

Select the type of PTZ Encoder or Receiver.

PTZ ID

Since it is possible to control multiple PTZ Encoders or Receivers with a single control line, each Encoder or Receiver will be assigned with a unique ID. Enter the PTZ ID for control. The ID value range can be between 0 and 255.

PTZ Port

Select the Serial Port for PTZ Encoder control.

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Preset

128 Preset Positions max can be defined.

Select Preset Number: Select entry to be assigned to the current encoder position.

Focus Mode: Select the Focus Mode after Preset Go To is selected.

Do Not Change: The current Focus Mode is not changed.

Focus Auto: Auto-focusing is selected after the Preset is moved.

Focus Manual: The current Focus Position is saved when Preset is set.

Event Holding Time: Set the time to stay at the Preset Position when the Preset is moved by the Event. If it is se t to 0, the Encoder doesn’t return to the original

position after moving to the Preset Position by Event.

Edit Label: Assign a Label to the Preset Position. Only the first 15 Preset Entries can have Assigned Labels (Preset-1 - Preset-15).

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Group

The Video Encoder memorizes the combination of Presets, Pattern and/or Swings sequentially and runs Presets, Pattern and/or Swings repetitively on activation. A max of 8 Groups are programmable. Each Group can have a max of 20 actions which are the combinations of Preset, Pattern and Swing. The Option field is different for Preset and Pattern/Swing. For Preset, it configures the Preset Speed. For Pattern/Swing, it configures the number of repetitions. Dwell time between actions can be set up as well.

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1. Select one Entry within Group.

2. Select the Modify Group button. The following window will appear.

3. Set Action, Dwell Time and Option and click Enable.

4. Press Apply button and the Group can be used on the Live View Page.

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Advanced

Advanced PTZ

Specify if the Video Encoder will continue the Previous Action such as Pattern, Swing or Group after reboot.

ON: If Pattern, Swing or Group was running before rebooting, the Action is resumed. If it was in the stopped state, it moves to the last position.

OFF: Moves to the initial position after rebooting.

Auto Parking

Auto Parking returns to the previous Preset Position or resumes the operation such as Pattern, Swing or Group when a specified time expires after the PTZ control is stopped. Parking Time can be set from 0 to 3600 seconds and “0” means that the

Auto Parking function is turned Off.

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4.9 User Configuration

User List

User can be registered and privilege level of a user can be specified. User configuration is allowed only to admin user. Max 16 users can be registered and each user can have one of four privileges.

Privilege Allowed Operations

Admin

Remarks

User ID = admin

Manager

All Operations

All Operations except for User

Configuration

User

Guest

Live Viewing and PTZ Control

Live Viewing Only

Add User

Press Add button. The following window will appear.

Enter User ID and password (Up to 15 characters) and select Privilege Level.

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Delete User

Select the User to be deleted and press Delete button.

Change Password

Press Modify Password button. The following window will appear.

Enter the current password and then set a new password.

Modify Privilege Level

Press Modify Privilege button to change User level. It is not allowed to change the privilege level of admin user.

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Login Policy

Login Policy

Skip Login provides for convenient access to the encoder when authentication is not required. When Skip Login is set to Enable, login step is skipped. The privilege level after login in this way is determined by the setting of Privilege Level After

Login Skipped.

Authentication

HTTP authentication based on RFC 2617(HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest

Access Authentication) is supported .

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4.10 System Configuration

System information

This following Network Information is displayed (Read Only):

Model

Display the model name.

Version

Display the current firmware version.

Mac Address

Display the MAC address of the encoder. In case the video encoder is registered at

DDNS Encoder, the MAC address is used in DDNS registration.

Set Current Time

Display Current Date and Time

Current Domain

In case the encoder is registered at DDNS Encoder, the registered domain name is displayed.

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Maintenance

Firmware

Version: Displays the current firmware version.

Upgrade: Complete the following to upgrade the firmware:

1. Press Browse button to select a firmware file from PC.

2. Press Firmware Upgrade button to start upgrading.

3. A message for showing status (downloading / upgrading) will be displayed.

4. The video encoder will reboot automatically after completing upgrade.

Do not turn off the encoder during upgrading.

Config Backup & Restore

Backup: All the setting of configuration can be stored.

Restore: Stored configuration can be browsed and restored. The encoder is rebooted once the Config Restore button is selected.

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Reboot

Reboot the Encoder: Do not press the Reboot button unless the encoder needs a reboot.

Factory Reset

All settings including user accounts and logs are cleared.

Factory Reset Except Network Settings

All settings except for current network settings are changed to the default values.

Time

Start Time

The latest encoder’s booting date and time.

Current Time

Current date and time.

Enter a new date and time then press Set Current Time button to update date & time.

Time Format

Change the time format. The selectable time formats are as below;

1. YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss (Eg. 2012/10.30 12:30:45)

2. DD/MM/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Eg. 10/30/2012 12:30:45)

3. MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Eg. 30/10/2012 12:30:45)

Time Zone

Select time zone of where the encoder is installed. Depending on the time zone,

Daylight Saving Time will work automatically.

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A Time Zone is a region of the earth that has uniform standard time, usually referred to as the Local Time. By convention, time zones compute their local time as an offset from UTC

(Coordinated Universal Time). In casual use, GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) can be considered equivalent to UTC. Local time is UTC plus the current time zone offset for the considered location

Automatic Synchronize with NTP Encoder

Synchronize the encoder time with an NTP Encoder using NTP (Network Time

Protocol). Name of the NTP Encoder should be registered on NTP Encoder Name.

The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol for synchronizing the clocks of computer systems over packet-switched, variable-latency data networks. It is designed particularly to resist the effects of variable latency by using a jitter buffer.

System ID

- System ID

Enter System ID that is used as a video encoder title.

The set System ID is displayed with video image on a Web Browser. The System ID is also transferred to remote software, such as VMS, and displayed on it.

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- Information Display

System ID and/or Video Encoder time can be display over the video window in

Internet Explorer. Each item can be turn on or off separately, and position also can be configured. This information is displayed after the video is decompressed.

- Burn In OSD

Insert system ID and date/time in the compressed video. System ID and time respectively can be turned on or off in the video. Position and Font size can be configured also. System ID for BurnIn OSD exists independently from normal

System ID.

Note that size of Burnin OSD display varies according to the encoding resolution setting. This is inevitable because Burnin OSD is inserted to the frames before encoding is performed. The following table describes the rule for BurnIn OSD display.

2: Both System ID and Time are displayed.

1: Either System ID or Time can be displayed. When both are enabled,

System ID is displayed.

0: No items are displayed. This is because video area is too small to display

OSD text in large text.

- User Defined OSD

You can enter any text you like independent.

X-Coordinate or Y-Coordinate

For example, if you enter 500, 500 values, OSD is placed in center of images.

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Language

- Language

Select the Language to be used for Web-Based Configuration.

System

- Select Encoder or Decoder mode.

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5. VS Manager

VS Manager is a program used for basic configuration, diagnostics and firmware upgrade of video encoders or IP Encoders. VS Manager provides the following features:

Finding Encoders on the LAN and assigning IP Addresses.

Monitoring Server Status: Encoding/Decoding, Serial, Sensor, etc.

Diagnostic Function: PING, Network Bandwidth Measurement, Video/Audio Output,

Port Check, Serial Port Check.

Firmware Upgrade.

VS Manager Software Download: http://www.lcdracks.com/servers-cameras/software/software.php

1. Create a folder on your 'C' drive and download the file into that folder using the link above.

2. Copy and paste the link above into an Internet Explorer address window.

3. Right mouse click on the file and make a shortcut on your desktop (using "send to command")

4. Launch the application by double clicking on the desktop icon.

5. Login = admin, Password = 1234.

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For Windows 7, 64 bit ONLY:

Once VS Manager installed, select IP Discovery, create servers.

On main page go to Tools, Options and change to this path below.

In the address window, after the word "Files" type a space then (x86).

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6. Data Sheet

VS-104-3GSDI

1080p/60 Full HD Video Encoder/Decoder with Stereo Embedded or Analog Audio.

Supports: 3GSDI, HDSDI, SDI, HDMI and CVBS formats; Powered by PoE+ or

12VDC; Duplex RJ45 ports.

Max. 60fps at 1920 x 1080

Quad Streaming (H.264/H.264, H.264/MJPEG)

MPEG2-TS Supported

Two Way Audio Communication (G.711, AAC)

3GSDI, HDSDI, SDI, HDMI, and CVBS I/O Supported

Embedded Audio is supported in 3GSDI, HDSDI, SDI and HDMI, Stereo Analog is also provided

Over 30 Types of PTZ Protocol Supported

The VS-104-3GSDI can be used as either a Encoder or Decoder (User Selectable)

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• PoE+ (Power Over Ethernet 802.3af)

• USB Recording

• Watchdog for System Recovery

• RS-232, RS-422/485 Communication

• Motion Detection

• 2CH Sensor Input / 2CH Alarm Output

• Adjustable Video Bitrate: 32Kbps ~ 16Mbps for Primary Stream,

32Kbps ~ 4Mbps for Secondary Stream (3 available)

• Adjustable Video Data Bandwidth: 2,400bps ~ 115,200bps

• Adjustable Serial Data I/O, 2,400bps~115,200bps supplied

• Various Protocols: TCP/IP, Multicast, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP,

DHCP, DNS, Dynamic DNS, RTP, RTSP, SNMP

• SDK & API available on request

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7. Appendix

Appendix A: Sensor and Alarm Port

Sensor Port

Terminal Type

- Voltage Rating: 150VAC

- Current Rating : 2A

- Color : Red

Sensor Signal Input Type

- NO Contact Signals

Connection to External Device

Alarm Port

Terminal Type

- Voltage Rating: 150VAC

- Current Rating : 2A

Relay Type

- Contact Rating : 1A 30VDC

- Switching Power : Max 30W 62.5VA

- Switching Voltage : Max 60VDC

Alarm Signal Output Type

- NO/NC Contact Signals

Connection to External Device

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7. Appendix

Appendix B: Serial Port

RS-232 Port

Terminal Type

- 3 PIN

- Pin Arrangement

Pin Description:

Pin NO Pin Name

1

2

3

TX

RX

GND

Description

RS232 TX(Transmit)

RS232 RX(Receive)

Ground

RS-422/485 Port

Port Type

- 4 PIN

- Pin Diagram

Pin Description:

Pin No. Pin Name

1

2

3

RX-

RX+

TX-

4 TX+

Description

RS422 RX-

RS422 RX+

RS422 TX- or RS485 TRX-

It is selectable by S/W Setup

RS422 TX+ or RS485 TRX+

It is selectable by S/W Setup

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Marshall Electronics, Inc.

1910 East Maple Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245

Tel: (800) 800-6608 / (310) 333-0606

Fax (310) 333-0688 www.LCDRacks.com

[email protected]

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