SPD982 983 User Manual A1
Speed Dome Network Camera
SPD982
SPD983
User
Manual
201512 982 983 A1
Table of Contents
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Product Overview
1.1
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Physical Characteristics
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Installation
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2.1
Package Content
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2.2
Installation
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2.2.1 Checking Appearance
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2.2.2 Disassembling the Camera
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2.2.3 Inserting Micro SD Card
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2.2.4 Installing Desiccant
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2.2.5 Assembling Camera
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2.2.6 Connecting Wires
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2.2.7 Connecting Safety Cord
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2.2.8 Before Powering Camera
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Connection
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3.1
Network Topology
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3.2
System Requirements
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3.3
Connecting Process
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3.3.1 Default IP address
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3.4
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3.3.2 Connecting from a computer & Viewing Preparation
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IP Finder
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Administration and Configuration
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4.1
Live View
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4.2
Configuration 20
4.2.1 PTZ Control
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4.2.2 Information
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4.2.3 Image Parameters
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4.2.4 Network Settings
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4.2.5 Account Management
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4.2.6 Event Settings
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4.2.7 Recording Settings
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4.2.8 System Settings
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4.2.9 Event Log
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4.2.10 PTZ Settings
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Appendix A: Specifications of 3MP Speed Dome Network Camera
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Appendix B: Specifications of 3MP Speed Dome Network Camera
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WARNING
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This unit operates at AC 24V/ PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at type 2).
Installation and service should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians and comply with all local
codes and rules to maintain your warranty.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture.
Wipe the camera with a dry soft cloth. For tough stains, slightly apply with diluted neutral detergent and wipe with a dry
soft cloth.
Do not apply benzene or thinner to the camera, which may cause the surface of unit to be melted or lens fogged.
Avoid aligning the lens to very bright objects (example, light fixtures) for long periods of time.
Although this unit is waterproof and suitable for both indoor and outdoor usages, please do not sink the unit into water.
Contact your dealer in case of sunk.
Avoid operating or storing the unit in the following locations:
Extremely humid, dusty, or hot/cold environments (recommended operating temperature: -40°C to +50°C)
Close to sources of powerful radio or TV transmitters
Close to fluorescent lamps or objects with reflections
Under unstable or flickering light sources
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). Correct disposal of this product (applicable in the
European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems). This product should be
disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable local laws, regulations, and procedures.
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FCC Compliance Statement
Information to the user: This unit has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This unit generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this unit does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the unit off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the unit and receiver.
Connect the unit to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Caution
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the unit.
CE Statement
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation. The manufacturer declares that the unit supplied with this guide is compliant with the essential
protection requirements of EMC directive and General Product Safety Directive GPSD conforming to
requirements of standards EN55022 for emission, EN 55024 for immunity, EN 300 and EN 328 for WIFI.
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Product Overview
1.1
Physical Characteristics
Unit: mm
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305.1
209.
Figure 1 - 1: Physical Dimension
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Figure 1 - 2: Pictorial Index
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No
Interface
Description
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Top Cover
The bubble-like top cover acts like an upper protection for camera body. By
loosening the 4 anti-drop screws embedded, user can further install Micro SD
card and desiccant onto the internal camera body.
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Rear Cap
The rear cap covers the internal interface panel where user can, after loosening
the 2 screws, freely connect required cables with corresponding ports when
necessary. Also, the safety cord screw is attached here for installing demand.
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AC 24V Ports
NC
Connect to an applicable AC 24V power supply. Note that NC (No Connection)
port is without function but for foolproof identification. Avoid utilizing AC 24V
power supply option when PoE+ is in use.
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RJ-45 PoE+ Port
Cable this port to a standard network device, via Ethernet cable, for internet
connection or to a PoE+ compatible device for both power supply and internet
connection.
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Default
Press and hold the button by a pin or sharp object for 6 seconds to restore to the
default camera settings.
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Reset
Press and hold the button by a pin or sharp object for 1 second to reboot the
camera.
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Audio IN
Audio GND
COM (Alarm Out COM)
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NC (Normally Closed)
NO (Normally Open)
Connect to an auxiliary microphone that is able to receive surrounding sound and
transmit to camera.
Connect to external device that is activated by alarm event signal from camera.
Connect to either NC or NO port is based on the connected device in applied
environment.
GND (Alarm In GND)
1 (Alarm In 1)
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2 (Alarm In 2)
3 (Alarm In 3)
Connect to multiple external devices (up to 4 devices at maximum) that can
detect and trigger alarm input signal to camera. GND port is basically shared by
the connected multiple alarm input devices.
4 (Alarm In 4)
Table 1 - 1: Pictorial Index Definition
Caution
Never connect more than one type of power supply (PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) and AC 24V) at the same time
to avoid damage to the camera.
Note
Power supply terminal/adaptor for IO connectors and field wiring should comply with the Class 2
Circuit standard for ensuring safe from electrical fires and providing acceptable protection against
electrical shock.
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Installation
2.1
Package Content
Check if everything in the packing box matches to the order form and the packing slip. All items listed below should be
included in the packing box.
•• IP Speed Dome Camera * 1
•• Safety Wire * 1
•• Desiccant * 1
•• Terminal Block * 3 (8-pin, 3-pin, 2-pin)
•• Rain-Tight Compression Kit * 1
•• Rain-Tight Plugs * 3
•• T20 Torx Wrench * 1
•• Printed Quick Guide * 1
Please contact your dealer if any of the items is lost.
2.2
Installation
Following tools might help you complete the installation:
•• Drills
•• Screwdrivers
•• Wire cutters
2.2.1 Checking Appearance
When first unboxing, please check whether if there is any visible damage to appearance of the camera and its accessories.
The protective materials used for the packaging should be able to protect the camera from most of accidents during
transportation. Please remove the protective materials when every item is properly checked in accordance with the list in “2.1
Package Content”.
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2.2.2 Disassembling the Camera
Please refer to the steps with figures below for correct disassembling order.
1.
Loosen the 4 top cover screws and detach the top cover away from the camera body.
Top Cover Screws * 4
Figure 2 - 1: Disassembling the Camera
2.
Remove the protective materials that cover the lens module for embracive safety on delivery.
Protective Materials
Figure 2 - 2: Protective Materials Removing
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2.2.3 Inserting Micro SD Card
The speed dome camera is equipped with micro SD card slot for local recording files storage. Please follow the steps below
for the appropriate procedure of card installation.
1.
Loosen the 2 lens cover screws and detach the cover away from the camera body.
2.
Insert a micro SD card into the card slot indicated red within the figure below followed by turning the lever in
horizontal manner to lock the inserted card securely.
3.
Restore the lens cover back to the camera body with fastening the 2 screws.
Micro SD Card Slot
Figure 2 - 3: Micro SD Card Insertion
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2.2.4 Installing Desiccant
In order to prevent condensation from forming within the camera body, the included desiccant pack is provided for user to
manually install prior to commencing to operate the camera. First hold the desiccant pack upright with one hand and unfold
the desiccant slot with the other hand followed by putting the desiccant vertically into the slot in place. The properly held
desiccant can offer the required function accordingly.
Desiccant
Desiccant Slot
Figure 2 - 4: Desiccant Installation
2.2.5 Assembling Camera
After both desiccant and Micro SD card installations, connect the lanyard that goes along with camera body to the top cover
via fastening with the exact screw highlighted red below. Assemble the top cover back to the camera body and tighten the 4
top cover screws to complete assembling procedure.
Figure 2 - 5: Lanyard Connection
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2.2.6 Connecting Wires
To fulfil the waterproof functionality, it is necessary to utilize the included rain-tight compression kit while connecting wires
with the camera. First thread the required Ethernet wire through the compression cap and compression core in proper order
followed by threading the cable into the rear cap to connect with the corresponding port/interface on the rear panel. The 4
holes embedded within the compression core are spare for multiple wires thread and need to be blocked out via plugs when
not in use. Finally, assemble the compression kit together and rotate the compression cap clockwise to compress the kit
tightly in case of liquid leak. After that, be sure to assemble the rear cap back to the camera body by fastening the 2 screws.
Plugs
Compression Cap
Compression Core
Figure 2 - 6: Connecting Wires
For the details of ports/interfaces (power, audio, alarm, internet) that correspond to connecting wires, please refer to the
previous chapter “1.1 Physical Characteristics” for more elaborations.
Caution
Never connect more than one type of power supply (PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) and AC 24V) at the same time
in case of damage to the camera.
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2.2.7 Connecting Safety Cord
Connect the attached safety cord with one end to the mounting surface and the other end to the safety-cord screw of the
camera. Depending on different applications, please connect the safety cord to the corresponding safety-cord screw on
varied surfaces as the following figures illustrating.
Figure 2 - 7: Safety-cord screw for flush mount
Warning
Depending on the mounting surface, you may require different screws and anchors. To prevent the
camera from falling off accidentally, ensure that the cord is connected to a firm place strong enough to
withstand the total weight of the whole set of the camera.
2.2.8 Before Powering Camera
Use soft, lint -free cloth to wipe the top cover and remove fingerprints. Properly check if every screw is well fastened and if
camera is firmly installed within the mounting area. Power on the camera via suitable power source and refer to the later
chapter for detailed web access procedure.
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3.1
Connection
Network Topology
The camera, which is equipped with Ethernet RJ-45 network interface, can deliver live view image in real time via both
Internet and Intranet manners. Please refer to the skeleton drawings shown below for understanding.
Figure 3 - 1: Network Topology
3.2
System Requirements
Below table lists the minimum requirement to implement and operate the camera. No hardware/software component
inferior to the requirements is recommended.
Table 3 - 1: System Requirements
System Hardware
CPU
RAM
Display
System Software
Operating System
Browser
Unit
Power Supply
Networking
Wired*
Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz or equivalent
1 GB or above
NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series or ATI Mobility Radeon 9500
Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows 7 or above
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or 10
AC 24V / PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at)
10/100 Mb Ethernet (CAT.5e cable recommended)
*a switch is required for surveillance on multiple cameras.
Note
All the installation and operations should comply with your local electricity safety rules.
Caution
To avoid damage to the camera, never connect more than one type of power supply (PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at)
or AC 24V power plug) at the same time. If using PoE+, this camera is to be connecting only to PoE+
networks without routing to heterogeneous devices.
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3.3
Connecting Process
3.3.1 Default IP address
Since this is a network-based unit, an IP address must be assigned at the very first. The unit’s default IP address is
192.168.1.30 and sub mask is 255.255.255.0. However, if you have a DHCP server in your network, the unit would obtain
an IP address automatically from the DHCP server so that you don’t need to change the camera’s IP address. But be sure to
enable DHCP in "Network Settings".
3.3.2 Connecting from a computer & Viewing Preparation
Connecting from a computer
1.
Make sure the unit and your computer are in the same subnet.
2.
Check whether if the networking available between the unit and the computer by executing ping the default IP address.
To do this, simply start a command prompt (Windows: from the Start Menu, select Program. Then select Accessories
and choose Command Prompt.), and type “Ping 192.168.1.30”. If the message “Reply from…” appears, it means the
connection is available.
3.
Start a browser e.g. Internet Explorer and enter IP address: 192.168.1.30. A login window should pop up. In the window,
enter the default user name: admin, password: 1234 and select a user interface language to log in.
Further administration on the unit can be found in “4. Administration and Configuration".
Figure 3 - 2: Login Window
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Viewing Preparation
Images of the unit can be viewed through Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or above. Before viewing, follow these steps to
enable the display.
1. Enable Cookies as instructions below
 In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options on the Tools menu.
 On the Privacy tab, move the settings slider to Low or Accept All Cookies.
 Click OK.
2. When a proxy server is used, click Internet Options on the Tools menus of Internet Explorer, select Connect tab, click
LAN button, and set proxy server.
3. Change Security in Internet options as instructions below
 On tool menu, click Internet Option.
 Press the Security tab.
 If the camera operates inside of the intranet, click the Intranet icon.
 If the camera operates outside of the intranet, click the Internet icon.
 Click Custom Level. This will open the Security Settings – Internet Zone screen.
Figure 3 - 3: Security Settings 1/4
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Scroll down to the ActiveX controls and plug-ins radio buttons and set as follows:
【Download signed ActiveX controls】 Prompt (recommended)
【Download unsigned ActiveX controls】 Prompt
【Initialize and script ActiveX not marked as safe for scripting】 Prompt
Figure 3 - 4: Security Settings 2/4
【Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls】
Enable
Figure 3 - 5: Security Settings 3/4
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【Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins】 Enable
【Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting*】 Enable
Figure 3 - 6: Security Settings 4/4
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Press OK to save the settings.
Close all Microsoft Internet Explorer Windows and restart a new window. This will allow the new settings taking effect.
Type your setting IP address into the browser.
Then you should be able to see the camera image screen.
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3.4
IP Finder
IP Finder is a utility program that helps users to locate the unit in local area network that computer is connected to. Please
note that IP Finder works only in Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista, and Microsoft Windows 7 or above. Steps to
get the utility program running are listed below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Download IP Finder from MESSOA Website to the computer.
Double click on IPFinder.exe in the IP Finder folder, and the IP Finder window should pop out.
The window would list information of units in operation at present. Press FIND CAMERA to find more units.
Locate and double-click one of the cameras in the list you want to configure the network settings. If you have multiple
cameras connected to your local network, locate the MAC address on the camera to distinguish the target camera from
others.
5. Configure the following settings as needed.
• NAME: Enter a descriptive name for the camera.
• NETWORK SETTINGS: If you have a DHCP server on your network to assign IP addresses to network devices, enable
the DHCP option. Otherwise, manually enter the IP ADDRESS, NET MASK and GATEWAY values.
• USERNAME & PASSWORD: Manually setup preferred username and password.
• SET: Whenever you make revision of camera settings, click “SET” to take effect.
• SW DEFAULT: To perform the factory defaults excluding network settings of the selected camera.
• HW DEFAULT: To perform the factory defaults of the selected camera.
• REBOOT: To reboot the selected camera.
Click Save to enable the settings and click Exit to exit the utility.
Figure 3 - 7: IP Camera Finder
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4.1
Administration and Configuration
Live View
Figure 4 - 1: First Login Page
After accessing and login to the IP address of the unit, the screen will be shown as the above screenshot. There are 2 main
options on the upper left side: “Live View” and “Configuration”. While the upper right side indicates your current login user
level with “Logout” option which enables you to log out after pressing. We mainly focus on Live View functionalities in this
chapter and will detail Configuration in the “4.2 Configuration” later.
Figure 4 - 2: Live View
After clicking “Live View”, you will be led to real-time live view screen. There are 2 dropdown menus at the left side: language
menu, which is, as its naming, for UI language switch, and player menu, which allows user to change preferred plug-in
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player for live view. The “Stream” permits users to toggle among each stream settings for better adaptation in every different
network condition, for which you may refer to “Edit Profiles & Streams” for more details. The PTZ panel below is for users to
operate PTZ functions, which will be further detailed explicitly in the later part “4.2.1 PTZ Control”. The below icons within
the table, which are on the top of live view screen, are for some functions activating and events warning status. Please refer
to the detailed definitions within table for more understanding.
Icon
Definition
The “Snapshot” button is for taking a snapshot saved in a user-defined file path.
The “Manual Recording” button is for users to activate recording function.
The “Fit” button is for users to display a fit size live view screen.
The “1:1” button is for users to display a real size streaming live view screen.
The “Full Screen” button is for users to display a full screen live view display. (Press Esc to back)
The “Audio Input” button is for users to toggle on/off the audio input function.
The icon on the upper-right corner indicates live view video is being recorded.
Table 4 - 1: Live View Icon Definition
Note
Keep the zoom level of applied browser as 100% to display a normal live view.
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4.2
Configuration
After clicking the “Configuration” option, the screen will be shown as below with several menu options for users to configure
on the left side. We will thoroughly introduce them one by one in the following chapters.
Figure 4 - 3: Configure
4.2.1 PTZ Control
The control panel of PTZ is for users to conveniently execute pan/tilt/zoom functions with ease. The below screenshot with
table will provide you with more information to instruct how to proceed PTZ controls under the panel easily.
Figure 4 - 4: PTZ Controls
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No
Descriptions
1
Move camera focus in 8 directional arrows
2
To zoom in camera focus in close view
3
To zoom out camera focus in wide view
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Adjust focus to near distance
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Adjust focus to far distance
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Activate One Push AF (Auto Focus)
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Drag the bar to adjust Pan/Tilt Speed
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Drag the bar to adjust Zoom speed
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Perform Auto Scan
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Perform Frame Scan
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Perform Random Scan
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Preset positions number input field
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Click to clear all the preset positions’ settings
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Input a preset number in the input field followed by moving camera to a desired position
and zoom magnification. Finally click “Set” to complete a preset position setting.
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Input desired preset number in the input field and click “Go To” to quickly move to the
position.
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Execute one of 4 patrol groups by clicking one of the numbers (1-4). It’s requested to define
each patrol settings in the specific page in advance.
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Execute one of 4 pattern groups by clicking one of the numbers (1-4). It’s requested to
define each pattern settings in the specific page in advance.
Table 4 - 2: PTZ Control Panel Descriptions
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4.2.2 Information
System Information
Users can view, after clicking “System Information”, the detailed information related to the camera including Firmware
Version, MAC Address as well as Model Name.
Figure 4 - 5: System Information
4.2.3 Image Parameters
The Image Parameter contains several basic display settings like resolution, codec, FPS, GOP and so on. In addition, it has
some extending settings including exposure, color, lens control and white balance for the camera. Also, users can set
preferred privacy zone under this menu tree as well.
Codec
●● Edit Profiles & Streams
Basically, this camera offers two choices of video codec for real-time viewing: H.264 or MJPEG. By default, there are up
to 6 profiles, which have own respective sub settings including Resolution, Codec, Frame Rate, GOP Length, QoS (DSCP)
Codepoint, Profile, Rate Control and Bit Rate, can be chosen. And each profile contains up to 3 concurrent streams
arrangement depending on your settings: Stream1, Stream2, and Stream3, which can be configured separately to send
video signals for simultaneous triple streams with optimized quality and bandwidth based on your network environment.
After setting up, please be sure to click “Save” to have the desired settings take effect.
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Current Profile: To choose one of the 6 profiles for implementing, click “Save Profile” after selecting.
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Edit Profile: Select one of 6 profiles for editing the sub options.
For more details in terms of sub settings under Codec, please refer to the tables listed below.
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Figure 4 - 6: Codec Settings
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Item
Video Codec
Resolution
Option
Description
MJPEG: Each video frame is individually compressed as single jpeg image
with full-scale contents itself and can be retouched freely with ease.
However, due to completeness of each frame, it brings about larger file size
and thus easily tends to lose frames under limited network bandwidth.
H.264: The latest best-renowned video compression format, it adopts
intelligent technology to record variation in each frame rather than record
each full frame. As a result, less network bandwidth it requires and file size
is prone to be smaller compared with MJPEG.
MJPEG
H.264
2048×1536, 1920×1080, 1280×960,
1280×720, 800×600, 640×480,
640x360, 320x240, 320x176
2048×1536 is the highest resolution
320x176 is the lowest resolution.
Frame Rate
(fps)
NTSC: 1~30
PAL: 1~25
The utmost fps settings for 2 systems varies as the following:
NTSC: H.264/MJPEG single stream: 2048×[email protected]; H.264/MJPEG single
stream: 1920×1080 to [email protected]
PAL: H.264/MJPEG single stream: 2048×[email protected]; H.264/MJPEG single
stream: 1920×1080 to [email protected]
GOP (Group
Of Pictures)
Length
NTSC: 1~60
PAL: 1~50
Select an applicable GOP length number for your environment. Less
number means the distance between 2 I-frames is smaller, which needs
more network bandwidth with better image. By contrast, larger number
consumes less bandwidth but is hard to be recovered. The default GOP
Length is 20.
QoS (DSCP)
Codepoint
0 ~ 63
To classify and manage network traffic and provide quality of service (QoS)
on modern IP networks, Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) is a
computer networking architecture that specifies a resource allocation to
each device on a priority-based pattern for ideal bandwidth management.
The bigger value, the higher priority it will be.
H264 Profile
Main
High
There’re 2 kinds of profiles for H.264 codec and the compression ratio with
protocol for each type are different. Users may choose a proper one for
desired applications or contact IT personnel for more information.
Rate Control
CBR: Constant Bit Rate
VBR: Variable Bit Rate
Choose the Rate Control selection based on user requirements. Higher
bit rate values will result in better quality with bigger file size. CBR stands
for constant mode with a fixed bit rate value by user definition, while VBR
means variable mode in which users can set a range of upper and lower
limits respectively for bit rate control.
Low/Mid/High
While “Low” produces the highest image quality, it increases the file size; on
the other hand, “High”, the lowest image quality, decreases the file size.
M-JPEG Quality
Level
Table 4 - 3: Edit Profile Options
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Table 4 - 4: Correlations of Resolution/Streams/FPS/Codes - NTSC
Resolution
Single stream
Double stream
Triple stream
2048×1536
2048×1536 @ 20fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 20fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x240 @ 20fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x176 @ 20fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x240 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x176 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1920x1080 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1920x1080 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 30fps, 1280x720 @ 30fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 800x600 @ 30fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 30fps, 1280x720 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 800x600 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 30fps, 1280x720 @ 30fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 800x600 @ 30fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 30fps, 1280x720 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 800x600 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 320x240 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 30fps, 320x176 @ 30fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1920x1080
1280×960
1280×720
Table 4 - 5: Correlations of Resolution/Streams/FPS/Codecs – PAL
Resolution
Single stream
Double stream
Triple stream
2048×1536
2048×1536 @ 20fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 20fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x240 @ 20fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x176 @ 20fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x240 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
2048x1536 @ 20fps, 320x176 @ 20fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1920x1080
1920x1080 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1920x1080 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 25fps, 1280x720 @ 25fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 800x600 @ 25fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1280x960 @ 25fps, 1280x720 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 800x600 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x960 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 25fps, 1280x720 @ 25fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 800x600 @ 25fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG)
1280x720 @ 25fps, 1280x720 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 800x600 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 320x240 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
1280x720 @ 25fps, 320x176 @ 25fps, 640x480 @ 3fps
(H.264/MJPEG, H.264/MJPEG, MJPEG)
1280×960
1280×720
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Exposure
Figure 4 - 7: Exposure Settings
●● Auto Exposure
• Exposure modes control the light intensity of picture. There are three auto exposure types, which are AES (Automatic
Electronic Shutter), ALC (Automatic Lens Control), and Flickerless for adjustment depending on conditions differed.
•
Slow Shutter: Slow Shutter can be enabled if the sensitivity is still not good enough under “High” gain condition in the dark.
Optimal image level can be maintained by appropriate gain and shutter combination that determined automatically inside
the unit system. Slow Shutter can be selected from OFF, 1/30, 1/15, and 1/7.5 when camera type is set to NTSC, while under
PAL, the slow shutter available options ranging from 1/25, 1/12.5, and 1/6.25. As slow shutter activates, the exposure time
becomes longer and frame rate becomes smaller, and moving objects may result in blurred images.
•
Max Gain: Users can adjust preferred max gain value ranging from 24 to 36 under auto exposure mode.
●● Manual Exposure
• Shutter Speed: When exposure mode is Manual, shutter speed can be customized by users’ preference based on different
applications. The available shutter speed options vary from NTSC to PAL system.
•
Manual Gain: When exposure mode is Manual, users can adjust preferred manual gain value ranging from 0 to 36. The
detailed explanation is same with the above “Max Gain” section.
●● Advanced Exposure
• EV Compensation: It is the exposure compensation telling the unit by setting value from -2 to 2 with intervals of per 0.5 for
scenes to be either darker or brighter. (Unavailable when exposure mode is Manual)
•
Day & Night: Set Day/Night function by selecting among Auto/Color/BW modes. If you select Color mode, the camera is
forced to stay in Day (Color) mode all day and BW for Black & White (Night) mode.
•
Switching Sensitivity: To determine the sensitivity of the day/night mode switching mechanism. Darker represents camera is
prone to auto switch between day/night mode for minor light intensity change. On the other hand, Lighter indicates camera
is going to switch between day/night mode on the basis of major changes of surrounding light intensity.
•
Delay Time: To set the delay (buffered) time for switching between day/night mode. Fast means camera instantly switch
with nearly no delay time between day/night mode. And Slow stands for camera has a longer delay buffered time prior to
switching between day/night modes.
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•
Noise Reduction: It is the process of removing noises from a signal and be set from 0 - 255 to decrease noise on the screen.
“255” indicates the most effectiveness for noise reduction.
•
BLC: Set an area for Backlight Compensation. Backlight Compensation is a function that achieves the brightness of a selected
area to optimal image level. This function is necessary when an auto iris lens tends to close due to an intense light coming
from back of object in the area wished to view so that the area is too dark and difficult to see. In this case, users may set the
area corresponding to the portion wished to see. The area size illustrations are roughly as follows.
Figure 4 - 8: BLC Settings
•
WDR: It is intended to provide clear images even under backlight circumstances where intensity of illumination can vary
excessively, namely where there are both very bright and very dark areas simultaneously in the field of view. WDR enables
the capture and display of both bright and dark areas in the same frame, in a way that there are details in both areas, i.e.
bright areas are not saturated, and dark areas are not too dark.
Note
Settings will be restored to the factory defaults if pressing “Reset to default”.
White Balance
White Balance controls color on the screen. Options include Auto (Auto White Balance) which is the default settings and
Manual mode. The color temperature range is from 2500°K to 10000°K.
Figure 4 - 9: White Balance Settings
Set manual gain value of R Gain, G Gain & B Gain from 0 to 255.
●● The Red (R) gain is used to adjust the color of red in the viewing image and can be adjustable manually ranging from 0 to
255 by user’s preference.
●● The Green (G) gain is used to adjust the color of green in the viewing image and can be adjustable manually ranging from
0 to 255 by user’s preference.
●● The Blue (B) gain is used to adjust the color of blue in the viewing image and can be adjustable manually ranging from 0
to 255 by user’s preference.
Note
Settings will be restored to the factory defaults if pressing “Reset to default”.
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Basic Color
Figure 4 - 10: Basic Color Settings
●● Brightness
Set image brightness from level -255 to 255. Selecting 255 provides the highest brightness.
●● Contrast
Set image contrast from level 0 to 255. Selecting 255 provides the highest contrast.
●● Hue
Set image hue from level -15 to 15. Selecting 15 provides the deepest hue.
●● Saturation
Saturation describes the difference of a color from the gray of the same lightness. Increasing saturation deepens the colors
of your images, making reds redder and blues bluer. Users can adjust picture saturation level from 0 to 255. Decreasing
saturation brings the image closer to a grayscale image (that is, monochrome or black-and-white). Selecting 255 provides
the deepest saturation.
●● Sharpness
Increasing the sharpness value will sharpen the edges and small feature of viewing images. If the edges appear too
smooth or blurred, increase the sharpness; otherwise, decrease the sharpness. Sharpness value can be set from 0 to 15.
Selecting 15 provides the highest sharpness.
●● Gamma Correction
Set gamma correction between “1” and “0.45” for different applications.
●● Video Orientation
Set image to be left right reversal, upside down or both by selecting “Mirror”, “Flip”, “Both”, or “OFF” to deactivate this
function.
Note
Settings will be restored to the factory defaults if pressing “Reset to default”.
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Privacy Zone
Privacy Zone enables users to black out a specific portion of the screen for privacy concern. There are up to 8 sets of privacy
zones for users to define. After setting up a privacy zone, the live view screen will appear a frame, whose color, size, and
position can be customized by users’ preference.
Figure 4 - 11: Privacy Color Settings
To set up a privacy mask, you need first to turn ON one of the eight privacy zones (multiple available) and adjust the privacy
mask size by pressing with left click and dragging to outline a desired privacy frame. Also, users can select a desired color
(Black, Grey or White) for privacy zone. Press “Save Mask zone” to make settings take effect. If you intend to delete settings,
click “Clean Mask zone” to wipe out privacy zone settings.
Note
It is recommended to set the privacy zone slightly larger than the actual area, to ensure that desired
privacy area is not revealed during movement.
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4.2.4 Network Settings
Network
Below part explains how to configure a wired network connection for the camera.
Figure 4 - 12: Network Settings
●● Network Settings
• View Current Network Settings: Click on the “View” button to view your current network settings. A pop-up window will
display information such as IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary and Secondary DNS.
Figure 4 - 13: Current Network Settings
•
Camera Name: Input a preferred camera name here.
•
HTTP Port: This protocol allows for TCP protocol quality without having to open specific ports for streaming. Users inside
a firewall can utilize this protocol to allow streaming data through. It is recommended to use the default port number 80;
however, if it is required to change the port number, please contact your system administrator with options ranging from
1025 to 65535.
•
HTTPS Port: More secured than HTTP, HTTPS is based on HTTP with SSL/TLS protocol, therefore increasing the security
capabilities of SSL/TLS on standard HTTP communications. By default, it’s recommended to adopt 443 as the initial port
number. Nevertheless, please also contact your system administrator for other port number ranging from 1025 to 65535 if
required.
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●● IPv4 Address Configure
• DHCP: If this option is checked, the unit will automatically obtain an available dynamic IP address from the DHCP server each
time it connects to a LAN network environment.
•
IP4 Address: Manually input IP address when DHCP is checked off.
•
Subnet Mask: Please use default number: 255.255.255.0. If the subnet mask is not properly configured, the unit may not be
able to communicate with other devices on the network.
•
Default Gateway: Leave blank as the default settings. No Default Gateway address required if not used. Ask your network
administrator for further information.
•
Primary DNS: Leave blank as the default settings. No Default Primary DNS address required if not used. Ask your network
administrator for further information.
•
Secondary DNS: Leave blank as the default settings. No Default Secondary DNS address required if not used. Ask your
network administrator for further information.
●● IPv6 Address Configure
• IPv6 Enable: Check the box to enable IPv6 protocol.
•
Accept IPv6 router advertisements: Check the box to activate RA (Router Advertisement) corresponding to RS (Router
Solicitation) for IPv6 address designation.
•
Enable DHCPv6: If enabled, the camera will automatically obtain an available dynamic IP address under IPv6 protocol from
the DHCP server each time it connects to the LAN.
•
IPv6 Address: To manually set an IP address under IPv6 protocol.
•
Subnet prefix length: Set prefix length for subnet ranging from 1 – 128.
•
IPv6 default router address: To manually set a default router address under IPv6 protocol.
•
Subnet prefix length: Set prefix length for subnet ranging from 1 – 128.
•
Pv6 DNS: Set a DNS (Domain Name Server) under IPv6 protocol.
●● UPnP
• When set to “ON”, the camera can be detected automatically by any computer in the LAN to skip the installation of the IP
Finder utility.
●● Bonjour
• It’s a specific protocol introduced by Apple Inc. to make IP devices including IP cameras easily found by software like Safari
within local network on the basis of zero configuration.
●● OSD Enable
• Mode: 2 options below for users to enable OSD function.
•
Note
»»
Camera Name: Select it to display users’ defined camera name on live view screen.
»»
Text: Choose it and input desired text in the side field to be displayed on live view.
Date & Time: By selecting “ON” to show date & time info on live view screen.
Please click the “Save” button to make settings take effect.
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FTP
In this page, users can set FTP connection related settings.
Figure 4 - 14: FTP Settings
●● Basic Setting
• Login ID: Enter a login ID to be allowed to connect with FTP.
•
Password: Enter a password associated with the login ID.
•
Max Simultaneous Connection: Determine the number of maximum connections by inputting a number ranging from 1 – 10
in the Max Simultaneous Connection field. Please note that it is the maximum of FTP Client connections, not the maximum
of IE Window’s connections.
●● FTP Function
Simply click “ON” to activate the FTP function or “OFF” to disable it.
To log on the FTP, simply enter ftp://<Login ID>:<Password>@<ip address> in the location field of Microsoft’s Internet
Explorer and the recordings will be shown up. The default setting is ftp://admin:[email protected] Refer to the names of
file and the folder for date and time of recordings.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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RTSP
RTSP is a standard protocol for connecting a client to establish and control streaming data over the web. If you want to allow
third-party devices or software to access video/audio streams from the IP camera over the network, you must configure the
RTSP ports. The major difference between Unicast and Multicast is the way how client and server communicate packets with
each other. Specifically, unicast transmits packets under 1 to 1 device method and multicast, on the other hand, transmits
via the way of 1 to multiple devices. Hence, unicast requires large network bandwidth and occupies more resources of server
but is more stable because of its simple structure; by contrast, multicast needs less bandwidth with resources and is more
practical for multiple devices broadcast on condition that all relevant peripheral devices like switch or router support the
multicast protocol. Please adopt proper method based on your network applications for better efficiency.
Figure 4 - 15: RTSP Settings
●● Basic Settings & Authentication
Enabling the authentication will improve the verifying mechanism and thus make the RTSP connection process more
secured and much safer. To enable it, simply enter the Login ID, Password and Port (554 by default) with selecting “ON” in
Authentication. Turning “ON” for Auto Connect will enable auto connection. Please note that it is not required to enable
authentication beforehand to proceed with RTSP.
●● URL
Input a preferred name for representing each RTSP Stream URL. Please note that there’re 2 transferring types of each
stream: Unicast and Multicast, and the URL name for each will varied distinctly that Multicast URL will be automatically
followed by a low case “m” in the end to symbolize Multicast stream. Refer to the following examples for reference:
•
Unicast: stream1
•
Multicast: stream1m
●● Unicast
After define a preferred URL name, you can, via 3rd party software, enter the address like the following examples for RTSP
Unicast streaming.
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Unicast stream 1)
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Unicast stream 2)
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Unicast stream 3)
For example: rtsp://192.168.1.30/stream1
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●● Multicast
The address for Multicast is roughly same with Unicast as the above, whilst the stream name will be followed by a low case
“m” as mentioned previously. Please refer to the samples below:
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Multicast stream 1)
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Multicast stream 2)
•
rtsp://(camera IP address)/(Multicast stream 3)
For example: rtsp://192.168.1.30/stream1m
●● Multicast & Audio Multicast Address
Complex in its transmitting procedure and layer structure, Multicast streaming requires more specific settings containing
Multicast Address and Audio Multicast Address, both of which, as the UI suggesting, have a certain IP address range
(224.0.1.1 – 239.255.255.254) for user to define individually.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
SNMP
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is an Internet standard protocol on top of application layer that restructures
the exchange of management information among network-attached nodes, which helps administrators to remotely manage
network devices and master network problems with ease.
Figure 4 - 16: SNMP Settings
●● SNMP v1
Tick “ON” or “OFF” to enable or disable.
●● SNMP v2/v2C
Tick “ON” or “OFF” to enable or disable.
●● SNMP v3
SNMP V3 provides more security features than SNMP v1/SNMP v2/v2c. Tick “ON” to enable the function. Input User
Name for SNMP v3 first. Then select desired protocols for “Authentication” with “Privacy” and enter keys paired with both
protocols individually.
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●● Read/Write Community String
Enter the names of Read Community String and Write Community String.
●● Trap
Trap under SNMP allows an agent to notify the management station of significant events by way of an unsolicited SNMP
message, the asynchronous notification. Tick “ON” or “OFF” to enable or disable trap function here. Input IP address of Trap
Host.
●● Heartbeat
To ensure a network free from delayed message, Heartbeat, this communications protocol sends back a message in a
given interval to properly confirm message is alive and in fact with a periodic heartbeat. Tick “ON” or “OFF” to enable or
disable heartbeat function here. Input IP address & Interval of Heartbeat Host.
●● Download MIB
Click “Download MIB” to get specifics of MIB (Management Information Base). MIBs describe the structure of the
management data of a device subsystem; which uses a hierarchical namespace containing object identifiers (OID). Each
OID identifies a variable that can be read or set via SNMP.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
802.1X
802.1X is an IEEE Standard for Port-based Network Access Control and defines the encapsulation of the Extensible
Authentication Protocol (EAP) over IEEE 802 which is known as EAP over LAN. Simply click “ON” to activate it and further
select its related EAP protocol types.
Figure 4 - 17: 802.1X Settings
●● NONE
None of the protocols is selected by user.
●● EAP-MD5
It is the only IETF Standards Track based EAP method and offers the minimal security.
●● EAP-TLS
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an IETF open standard and is well-supported among wireless vendors. Still, it is considered
one of the most secure EAP standards available
●● EAP-TTLS
Tunneled Transport Layer Security (TTLS) is an EAP protocol and is well-supported among wireless vendors. It further
extends TLS protocol and is widely supported across a variety of platforms.
●● EAP-PEAP
The Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol (PEAP) was jointly developed by Cisco Systems, Microsoft, and RSA
Security and provides unique security for users.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings.
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IP Filter
Under this menu, users can manually define several IP addresses to be allowed or denied to access camera.
Figure 4 - 18: IP Filter Settings
●● Protocol: Select protocol types between TCP and UDP or BOTH to be enabled for inputted IP addresses.
●● IP Address (1-10): Manually input IP addresses (10 max.) in the fields to be allowed or denied.
●● Allow: Tick this option to make inputted IP addresses allowed to access IP camera.
●● Deny: Tick this option to make inputted IP addresses denied to access IP camera.
●● OFF: By selecting this option, none of actions will be made for inputted IP addresses.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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4.2.5 Account Management
Account Setting
Figure 4 - 19: Account Settings
●● Admin:
The camera privileged control relates to “Admin” level, which can handle both live view and all the configuration settings.
The default username and password for Admin are “admin” and “1234” respectively.
●● Operators:
Differing from Admin, Operators level can access to unit for live view, storage, and remote lens control functions merely.
There’s no Operators user by default.
●● Guest:
Other than Operators, Guest level can access to camera for live view function only. There’s no Guest user by default.
●● Revise settings of Admin/Operator/Guest levels:
• New User: To add a new user, click “New User” and then input a desired username and password (reenter for confirm field).
Finally click “Save” to take effect. (Available for Operators and Guest) Note that at the maximum of 5 users (Operator/Guest)
can be added.Delete User: Choose one of the users from the list and then click “Delete User” to remove it instantaneously.
(Available for Operators and Guest)
•
Revise Password: Choose one of the users from the list first, and enter an updated password (reenter for confirm field). Finally
click “Save” to take effect. (Available for Admin, Operators and Guest)
Caution
The login ID and Password is supported less than 16 characters and input valid value only from '0' to '9', 'a'
to 'z', 'A' to 'Z', '.','-','+','_'and '@'.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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4.2.6 Event Settings
Motion Detection
This function is designed to trigger a corresponding action when the unit detects motion(s).
Figure 4 - 20: Motion Detection Settings
●● Enable
Set “ON” to activate motion detection function.
●● Sensitivity
Choose different 3 levels of detecting sensitivity. “High”: Motion is activated with slight changes in brightness or motion.
“Low”: Motion is activated with big changes in brightness or motion.
●● Detect Zone
Adjust the detect zone by pressing with left click and dragging on the live view screen to outline a desired size of detected
frame.
●● Clean
Click “Clean” to erase detect zone settings.
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
Note
Alarm I/O
Connecting alarm input devices with the camera can largely extend warning functions. For example, when an infrared
detector connected with the camera detects motion based on heat emission, an alarm message would be displayed on the
Web-Client screen for notification. On the other hand, by connecting with an alarm output device such as siren, the camera
will send signal to notify siren and thus make it activated when detecting an alarm either by motion detection or signals from
alarm input devices.
●● Alarm Inputs:
• Enable: Set “ON” to activate each alarm input function. (4 in total)
•
Type: After turning on Alarm Input, choose NO for normally open or NC for normally close. NO (Normally Opened): An alarm
will be triggered when the external contact closes. NC (Normally Closed): An alarm will be triggered when the external
contact opens.
●● Alarm Output:
Set the Alarm Output Mode as Alarm In, Motion, and OFF. When OFF is chosen, the camera will by no means send signal
to connected alarm output device. And, when either “Alarm In” or “Motion” is selected, the connected alarm output device
will be triggered to activate from either “Alarm In” or “Motion” alarm input signal. Choose from 5 (sec.), 10 (sec.), and Infinite
for alarm duration period.
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Figure 4 - 21: Alarm Input / Output Settings
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
Email Notification
●● SMTP Recording Condition:
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is an Internet standard for e-mail service across networking. Users can receive Alarm
or Motion information via email if anything triggered by selecting here to enable.
Figure 4 - 22: SMTP Recording Condition
●● SMTP Server:
• SMTP Server: Input a server name or address.
•
Login ID: Input a user name with privilege to access the server.
•
Password: Input the password associated with Login ID.
•
Sender Email Address: Enter the mail address of the sender
•
Port: set “25” as default or change to dedicated number.
•
Authentication: Select an authentication type as following details:
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»»
No_Auth: No restriction
»»
SMTP_Plain: PLAIN is the name of a registered SASL authentication mechanism which serves as a parameter to
the AUTH command. The PLAIN authentication mechanism is described in RFC 2595. Plain is the least secure of
all the SASL authentication mechanisms since the password is sent unencrypted across the network.
»»
Login: The Login mechanism is supported by Microsoft's Outlook Express and by some other clients.
»»
TLS_TTLS: TLS is usually implemented on top of any of the Transport Layer protocols encapsulating the
application-specific protocols such as HTTP, FTP, SMTP, NNTP and XMPP. The TLS protocol allows client-server
applications to communicate across a network in a way designed to prevent eavesdropping and tampering. TLS
can also be used to tunnel an entire network stack to create a VPN as is the case with OpenVPN.
●● Email Notification Triggered
When either Alarm or Motion condition is enabled; users can edit the related mail sending settings below:
Figure 4 - 23: Sending Email Message
•
Subject: The subject of the E-mail.
•
Message: The contexts of E-mail.
•
Attach Image: Select “ON” first and choose the image to attach with.
●● E-mail Address List:
This function is designed to notify multiple users via email when Alarm in or Motion detections is enabled.
Figure 4 - 24: E-mail Address List Settings
•
Tick “Enable” and input email addresses accordingly.
•
Address: Input an email address to which alarm or motion event will be sent. There’re maximum 10 email addresses can be
defined here.
•
Select Alarm or Motion checkbox for sending email.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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4.2.7 Recording Settings
Network Recording
Users can save video files via FTP server by setting FTP recording condition beforehand.
●● FTP Recording Conditions:
You can store the video files by one of the modes including Schedule recording, recording triggered by Alarm Input, or
recordings triggered by Motion detection.
Figure 4 - 25: Recording Condition Settings
●● FTP Server:
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used as a service component to transfer files by simply entering the FTP IP address or
hostname, the Login ID and password with port.
•
FTP Sever: Input a FTP server name.
•
Login ID: Input a user name with privilege to access the server.
•
Password: Input the password associated with Login ID.
•
Port: Set “21” as default or change to dedicated number.
●● Schedule Recording to FTP:
• Determine the scheduled recording condition: OFF, All Day, Schedule 1, or Schedule 2 during 24/7.
Figure 4 - 26: Schedule Period Settings
•
Post-event Image Interval (sec): Set a time interval from 5 to 120 seconds for recording images.
•
File Name Prefix: To manually input a name prefix for data.
•
Server Path: Set the desired path where the data is to be stored on the server.
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●● Recording Settings:
This function is to define the way to record video once an alarm or motion event is triggered.
Figure 4 - 27: Recording Settings
•
Pre-event Image (pcs): Set a number of images to be recorded immediately before an event occurs.
•
Pre-event Image Interval (sec): Set a time interval before event recording.
•
Post-event Image (pcs): Set a number of images to be recorded after an event occurs.
•
Post-event Image Interval (sec): Set a time interval after event recording.
•
File Name: Set file name to be stored for events separately.
•
Sever Path: Set the desired path on the server to store data for events.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
Edge Recording
Image files can be saved onto the SD card through well setting in the section. Please make sure to insert SD card prior to
enabling this function.
●● Edge Recording Conditions:
Choose one of the conditions to enable the SD card recording: Alarm, Motion, or Network Loss.
Figure 4 - 28: SD Record Conditions
●● Edge Recording:
• Alarm / Motion Recording Time: Set a time interval (5 or 10 sec.) for SD card recording.
•
Auto Overwrite: Set “OFF” or “ON” to disable or enable the SD card to be overwritten automatically when the SD card is full of
recordings.
●● SD Card Information:
• Usage: Information of inserted SD card.
•
Note
SD Format: Click Format to execute SD card format procedure.
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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4.2.8 System Settings
Date & Time
●● Current Server Time
The server current date/time is displayed here.
Figure 4 - 29: Date & Time
●● Synchronization Mode
There’re 3 modes for users to set date/time.
•
Manual: Select it to manually set your date/time with pop-up window.
•
Synchronize with PC: Select it to synchronize date/time consistent with your computer.
•
Synchronize with NTP Server: Select it to synchronize date/time with the assigned NTP server.
●● NTP
Set up your NTP related settings here if NTP Server enabled.
•
NTP Server: Please input desired NTP server in the field.
•
Synchronizing Period: Select sync period between 1 and 24 by 6 of each interval.
•
NTP Test: Click it to test if your assigned NTP server is workable.
●● Time Zone
Choose one of the time zones based on your located country/area.
Note
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
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Audio
Figure 4 - 30: Audio Settings
•
Type: Two audio codecs G.711 A-law/G.711 µ-law can be chosen from.
•
Enable: Set "ON" to activate audio input when audio input device is plugged.
•
Level: The sound levels are selectable: Low/Middle/High for audio input.
Please click “Save” button to save your settings or click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options
back to the factory default settings.
Note
Firmware
Users can update System Firmware if available. All processes in camera will be stopped during firmware update. Please close
any other browser connections before firmware update. Never disconnect power or LAN cable during the updating process.
It takes approximately 3 minutes for the camera to reboot after firmware update process. Again, power can’t be lost when
updating firmware since it will cause the update failure and manufacturer maintenance will be required.
Figure 4 - 31: Firmware Update
•
Firmware Update & Package Install: Click Browse to choose a corresponding firmware version and click Upload to make the
camera updated with the latest firmware.
•
MCU Firmware Update: Click Browse to choose a corresponding MCU firmware version and click Upload to have the MCU
updated with the latest firmware.
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Initialize
Figure 4 - 32: Initialize Settings
●● Video Type
Select “NTSC” or “PAL” as required. Flickering by fluorescent light can be reduced by selecting “PAL” for the power frequency
50Hz, “NTSC” for the power frequency 60Hz
●● Import User Configurations
Press “Browse” to select the file and then click “Import” to upload configuration settings from local to the camera.
●● Export User Configurations
Press “Export” to download configuration settings from the camera to local computer.
●● Reboot Camera
Press “Reboot Camera” to reboot the camera.
●● Software Factory Default
Press it to reset all configuration settings back to factory defaults excluding network settings.
●● Remote Hardware Factory Default
Press it to reset all configuration settings back to factory defaults.
4.2.9 Event Log
System Log
Figure 4 - 33: Log Settings
•
Download Log: Click to download log file to local computer for analysis.
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4.2.10 PTZ Settings
Basic Setting
Figure 4 - 34: Basic Setting
●● Basic Setting:
• Power on action: Set the initialized action when powering on the camera.
»»
Default: Camera will be positioned based on the factory defaults.
»»
Home: Camera will automatically move to its home position.
»»
Auto Scan: Camera will perform auto scanning automatically.
»»
Frame Scan: Camera will perform frame scanning automatically.
»»
Random Scan: Camera will perform random scanning automatically.
»»
Patrol 1~4: Camera will perform auto patrol by the designated groups 1/2/3/4.
●● Pan/Tilt Setting:
• Tilt Angle: To toggle between indoor/outdoor tilt angles for corresponding different applications.
•
Auto Flip: Set ‘ON’ allows unit to tilt 180 degrees and to reposition itself for continuous viewing of a moving object directly
beneath the camera.
•
Max Preset/Patrol Speed: Set Pan/Tilt max speed ranges from 30°/s~430°/s.
●● Scan Setting:
• Angle: To adjust your preferred angle of scanning ranging from 1° to 85°.
•
Speed: To adjust your preferred speed of scanning ranging from 1°/s to 90°/s.
•
Limit Enable: To enable Scan Limit for the camera.
●● Zoom Setting:
• Zoom Limit: Set Zoom Limit from x30 to x300 (A301-30x) and x24 to x240 (A301-24x).
•
Zoom Control: To execute zoom in/out action immediately.
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●● Focus Setting:
• Focus Mode: 3 modes for choosing and the default is ‘Auto’. Each is described as following.
»»
Auto: Automatically adjust the focus position to maximize the high frequency content of the picture in the
center.
»»
Zoom Trigger: The camera will remain in ‘Manual’ mode unless received zoom in or zoom out signals. When done
with the designated action, the camera will back to ‘Manual’ mode.
»»
Manual: Control focus manually by pressing Focus Near or Focus Far.
•
Focus Sensitivity: 2 options (Normal/Low) for customization.
•
Focus Control: Press and hold Near/Far to adjust your desired focus.
Note
Click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options back to the factory default settings.
Position Setting (Set Position)
The camera provides up to 128 preset points for flexible and convenient surveillance. Please define each of your customized
preset points in this page for other extending functions, e.g. Patrol Settings.
Figure 4 - 35: Preset Position
•
View: To view the selected preset position live image.
•
Set: Move the camera focus to a desired scene via the left-side PTZ control panel and select a wanted position number
within this section. Then click “Set” to make the position one of the customized preset positions.
•
Clean All: To clear all the previous settings of preset positions.
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Patrol Setting
The camera provides up to 4 sets of auto patrol group for user configurations. The function of auto patrol will continuously
scan maximum 128 preset points without limited scan range. Simply tick on each position to enable it. Position number with
tick sign indicates it is selected now.
•
Stop Duration (sec): Set interval of stop period by for 3 / 5 / 7 / 15 / 30 / 60 sec.
Figure 4 - 36: Patrol Settings
Note
Click “Reset to Default” to set all the data and options back to the factory default settings.
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Pattern Setting
There are maximum 4 groups for users to define customized pattern, which consists of continuous actions, either by preset
positions or 8 directional control or both actions combined. In addition to continuous actions, time interval between each
action by users can be remembered under pattern mode as well. The very difference of pattern mode from patrol mode is
that it enables users to set their preferred viewing points more flexibly and freely, not limited within chosen from preset
positions to build up a patrolling group.
Figure 4 - 37: Pattern Setting
•
Pattern 1-4: Tick to choose one of the 4 patterns to record (Start) or operating (Play).
•
Start: To start recording your customized continuous actions.
•
Stop: To stop recording customized continuous actions.
•
Play: To operate the already set customized continuous actions within a pattern.
Note
The length for each pattern group is limited within 1 minute.
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Appendix A: Specifications of 3MP Speed Dome Network
Camera
Video
Sensor Type
1/2.8” image sensor (CMOS)
Active Pixels
2304 x 1536 (HxV)
Compression
H.264 / MJPEG
Streaming
Triple simultaneous streams with multiple video profile
Resolution
QXGA(2048x1536), 1080P, 1280x960, 720P, SVGA(800x 600), VGA(640x480), 640x360,
QVGA(320x240), 320x180
Max. Frame Rate
3MP 4:3 (2048x1536) at 20 fps;
2MP 16:9 (1920x1080) at 30 fps (NTSC) and 25 fps (PAL)
Day/Night
Mechanical (ICR) D/N Control
Shutter Time
1/10000s to 1/7.5s Selectable (60Hz) ;
1/10000s to 1/6.25s Selectable (50Hz)
Minimum Illumination
Color: 0.03 lux @10IRE, 0.15 lux @ 50 IRE
B/W: 0.005 lux @10IRE, 0.01 lux @ 50 IRE
(shutter speed: 1/15 sec)
Bit Rate Control
CBR/VBR
Advanced quality of service (QoS)
Multi-level group of pictures (GOP)
Lens
Type
Auto Focus Varifocal
Focal Length
f=4.3~103.2mm, F1.6~5
Focus / Zoom
Autofocus, motorized / Remote
Zoom Limit
Up to 240X zoom (optical 24X, digital 10X)
View Angle (FOV)
H: 55°(Wide)~3°(Tele)/V:42°(Wide)~2°(Tele)@3MP;
H: 52°(Wide)~3°(Tele)/V:30°(Wide)~1°(Tele)@Full HD
P/T Operation
Pan Range
360° continuous
Tilt Range
0°~92°
Manual Pan Speed
0.1~120°/s, 0.1°/s: max dig. optical zoom
Manual Tilt Speed
0.1~ 90°/s, 0.1°/s: max dig. optical zoom
Preset Speed
Pan: 430°/s, Tilt: 200°/s
Proportional P/T
Yes
Programmable Presets
128
Auto Patrol Group
4
Stop Time
Configurable Dwell time
PTZ Functionalities
Proportional PTZ, Auto Pan, Auto Patrol
Audio
Audio Communication
One-way audio
Compression
G711-Alaw, G711-Ulaw, PCM, 8kHz
Audio In/Out
Audio Line Input x 1
Image Enhancement
Image Settings
AES, AWB, AGC
Exposure Mode: AES / ALC / Flickerless / Manual;
White Balance: Auto / Manual;
Multi-metering Backlight Compensation;
Configurable Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, and Sharpness; Gamma Correction; Video
Orientation Control
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WDR
Enhanced Digital WDR
DNR
3DNR
Privacy Zone
Yes, up to 8 privacy zones
Image Orientation
Mirror, Flip
Frequency Control
NTSC (60Hz) / PAL (50Hz)
Date & Time Stamp
Yes
Intelligent Video & Event Management
Motion Detection
3-level sensitivity
Ethernet Detection
Network lost detection
Events
Motion detection, Ethernet detection, external alarm
Event Actions
Event snapshot to remote FTP storage/ email recipients,
Edge recording to SD card,
HTTP event query, HTTP event client pulling,
External output activation, Patrol/Preset activation
Store Category
Event snapshot, Edge recording, Manual Snapshot
Local Storage*
Memory Card Slot
microSDHC/SDXC;
1 x 16GB, Class 10 microSDHC card included
(the SD card is not covered by the warranty service)
Memory Card Overwrite
Yes
Network
Protocol
ARP, DHCP, DNS, FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, ICMP, IGMP, IPv4/v6, NTP, RTSP/RTCP/RTP, QoS, SMTP,
SNMP, TCP, UDP, UPnP, IEEE802.1X, TLS/TTLS
Ethernet
1 x 10/100 base-T Ethernet connection for LAN/WAN, RJ45
PoE
PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at), Class 4 Compliant
ONVIF
Yes
Browser
Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox
Security
Multiple user access levels with password protection,
IP address filtering;
IEEE 802.1X network access contro, HTTPS encryption, and digest authentication
I/O & Controls
Power
2-pin Terminal Block / Male RJ-45
Alarm In/Out
Terminal Block 4 in/1 out
Network
Male RJ-45
Audio In/Out
Terminal Block 1 in
System Reboot
Reset x 1, 2-pin Terminal Block
Factory Default
Default x 1, 2-pin Terminal Block
Power
Power Requirement
AC24V ± 10%/PoE+
Power Consumption (Max.)
25W
Mechanical
Dimensions(ΦxH)
ø209.2mm X 300.5mm (8.24” X 11.83”)
Weight
3800g (8.14lb)
Protection
IP67 Certified, IK10 Compliant
Battery Backed-up Real-time
Clock
Internal RTC
Operating Temperature
PoE+: -10°C ~ 50°C ( 14°F ~ 122°F )
AC24V: -40°C ~ 50°C (-40°F ~ 122°F)
Operating Humidity
10~ 90% RH
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Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~ 140°F)
Regulatory
Approvals
CE, FCC, RoHS
Ordering Information
Model No.
NTSC: SPD982-N2-US-MES;
PAL: SPD982-P2-EU-MES
Accessories
Pendent Mount: SAD702, SAD714
Wall Mount: SAD703, SAD713
Parapet Wall Mount: SAD706
Corner Mount: SAD707
Pole Mount: SAD708
Pipe Extension Bracket: SAD709
*
1. No memory card clot & local storage function for Argentina and Ecuador.
2. Function not available for models sold in Argentina.
Note. Product specifications and pictures are subject to change without prior notice.
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Appendix B: Specifications of 3MP Speed Dome Network
Camera
Video
Sensor Type
1/2.8” image sensor (CMOS)
Active Pixels
2304 x 1536 (HxV)
Compression
H.264 / MJPEG
Streaming
Triple simultaneous streams with multiple video profile
Resolution
QXGA(2048x1536), 1080P, 1280x960, 720P, SVGA(800x 600), VGA(640x480), 640x360,
QVGA(320x240), 320x180
Max. Frame Rate
3MP 4:3 (2048x1536) at 20 fps;
2MP 16:9 (1920x1080) at 30 fps (NTSC) and 25 fps (PAL)
Day/Night
Mechanical (ICR) D/N Control
Shutter Time
1/10000s to 1/7.5s Selectable (60Hz) ;
1/10000s to 1/6.25s Selectable (50Hz)
Minimum Illumination
Color: 0.03 lux @10IRE, 0.15 lux @ 50 IRE
B/W: 0.005 lux @10IRE, 0.01 lux @ 50 IRE
(shutter speed: 1/15 sec)
Bit Rate Control
CBR/VBR
Advanced quality of service (QoS)
Multi-level group of pictures (GOP)
Lens
Type
Auto Focus Varifocal
Focal Length
f=4.3~129mm, F1.6~5
Focus / Zoom
Autofocus, motorized / Remote
Zoom Limit
Up to 300X zoom (optical 30X, digital 10X)
View Angle (FOV)
H: 56°(Wide)~3°(Tele)/V:42°(Wide)~2°(Tele)@3MP;
H: 52°(Wide)~3°(Tele)/V:30°(Wide)~1°(Tele)@Full HD
P/T Operation
Pan Range
360° continuous
Tilt Range
0°~92°
Manual Pan Speed
0.1~120°/s, 0.1°/s: max dig. optical zoom
Manual Tilt Speed
0.1~ 90°/s, 0.1°/s: max dig. optical zoom
Preset Speed
Pan: 430°/s, Tilt: 200°/s
Proportional P/T
Yes
Programmable Presets
128
Auto Patrol Group
4
Stop Time
Configurable Dwell time
PTZ Functionalities
Proportional PTZ, Auto Pan, Auto Patrol
Audio
Audio Communication
One-way audio
Compression
G711-Alaw, G711-Ulaw, PCM, 8kHz
Audio In/Out
Audio Line Input x 1
Image Enhancement
Image Settings
AES, AWB, AGC
Exposure Mode: AES / ALC / Flickerless / Manual;
White Balance: Auto / Manual;
Multi-metering Backlight Compensation;
Configurable Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, and Sharpness; Gamma Correction; Video
Orientation Control
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WDR
Enhanced Digital WDR
DNR
3DNR
Privacy Zone
Yes, up to 8 privacy zones
Image Orientation
Mirror, Flip
Frequency Control
NTSC (60Hz) / PAL (50Hz)
Date & Time Stamp
Yes
Intelligent Video & Event Management
Motion Detection
3-level sensitivity
Ethernet Detection
Network lost detection
Events
Motion detection, Ethernet detection, external alarm
Event Actions
Event snapshot to remote FTP storage/ email recipients,
Edge recording to SD card,
HTTP event query, HTTP event client pulling,
External output activation, Patrol/Preset activation
Store Category
Event snapshot, Edge recording, Manual Snapshot
Local Storage*
Memory Card Slot
microSDHC/SDXC;
1 x 16GB, Class 10 microSDHC card included
(the SD card is not covered by the warranty service)
Memory Card Overwrite
Yes
Network
Protocol
ARP, DHCP, DNS, FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, ICMP, IGMP, IPv4/v6, NTP, RTSP/RTCP/RTP, QoS, SMTP,
SNMP, TCP, UDP, UPnP, IEEE802.1X, TLS/TTLS
Ethernet
1 x 10/100 base-T Ethernet connection for LAN/WAN, RJ45
PoE
PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at), Class 4 Compliant
ONVIF
Yes
Browser
Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox
Security
Multiple user access levels with password protection,
IP address filtering;
IEEE 802.1X network access contro, HTTPS encryption, and digest authentication
I/O & Controls
Power
2-pin Terminal Block / Male RJ-45
Alarm In/Out
Terminal Block 4 in/1 out
Network
Male RJ-45
Audio In/Out
Terminal Block 1 in
System Reboot
Reset x 1, 2-pin Terminal Block
Factory Default
Default x 1, 2-pin Terminal Block
Power
Power Requirement
AC24V ± 10%/PoE+
Power Consumption (Max.)
25W
Mechanical
Dimensions(ΦxH)
ø209.2mm X 300.5mm (8.24” X 11.83”)
Weight
3800g (8.14lb)
Protection
IP67 Certified, IK10 Compliant
Battery Backed-up Real-time
Clock
Internal RTC
Operating Temperature
PoE+: -10°C ~ 50°C ( 14°F ~ 122°F )
AC24V: -40°C ~ 50°C (-40°F ~ 122°F)
Operating Humidity
10~ 90% RH
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Storage Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~ 140°F)
Regulatory
Approvals
CE, FCC, RoHS
Ordering Information
Model No.
NTSC: SPD983-N2-US-MES;
PAL: SPD983-P2-EU-MES
Accessories
Pendent Mount: SAD702, SAD714
Wall Mount: SAD703, SAD713
Parapet Wall Mount: SAD706
Corner Mount: SAD707
Pole Mount: SAD708
Pipe Extension Bracket: SAD709
*
1. No memory card clot & local storage function for Argentina and Ecuador.
2. Function not available for models sold in Argentina.
Note. Product specifications and pictures are subject to change without prior notice.
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