WV-NP472

WV-NP472
Color CCTV Camera
Operating Instructions
Model No.
day/
nigh
WV-NP472
t
I
SDI
(Lens : option)
(Lens: Option)
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SA 1965
For U.S.A
Warning:
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy
and if not installed and used properly, i.e., in strict accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. It has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing
device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules,
which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The serial number of this product may be found on the top
of the unit.
You should note the serial number of this unit in the space
provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your
purchase to aid identification in the event of theft.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Model No.
WV-NP472
Serial No.
SA 1966
WARNING: To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed
to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or
the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the
points where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.
S3125A
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged
in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
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CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....................... 3
PREFACE ..................................................................... 5
Features .................................................................... 5
Computer Requirements .......................................... 5
Trademarks ............................................................... 5
Document Convention .............................................. 5
PRECAUTIONS ............................................................ 6
MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND
THEIR FUNCTIONS ..................................................... 7
INSTALLATIONS .......................................................... 8
Mounting and Adjusting the Lens ............................. 8
Mounting the Camera ............................................... 9
CONNECTIONS ........................................................... 10
Power-in Connections ............................................... 10
Video Cable Connections ......................................... 10
Control Terminal Connections .................................. 10
Network Connections 10
OPERATING THE CAMERA ......................................... 12
Access from the PC .................................................. 12
Preliminary Setup ...................................................... 12
Access from the Camera/System Device ................. 13
PRIOR TO SETUP ........................................................ 14
Buttons Used for Setup Menus ................................. 14
Camera Setup Menus ............................................... 14
SETTING PROCEDURES ............................................. 16
SETUP SELECTION ..................................................... 16
CAMERA SETUP MENU .............................................. 16
1. Camera Identification (CAMERA ID) Setting ........ 16
2. Light Control Setting (ALC/ELC) ........................... 17
3. Shutter Speed Setting (SHUTTER) ....................... 18
4. Gain Control Setting
(AGC ON (DNR-H, DNR-L)/OFF) 18
5. Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement
(SENS UP) ............................................................ 19
6. White Balance Setting (WHITE BAL) .................... 19
7. Motion Detector Setting (MOTION DET) ............... 20
8. Lens Drive Signal Selection (LENS DRIVE) .......... 20
9. Date Display (Clock) Setting ................................ 20
10. Special Menu ........................................................ 21
NETWORK SETUP ....................................................... 22
SETUP FROM THE PC ................................................. 23
PREPARATIONS FOR THE PC ................................. 23
■ Connections .......................................................... 23
■ Network Setup of the PC ....................................... 24
■ Network Setup of the Camera ............................... 25
■ Network Setup Parameters vs.
Connection Type ................................................... 26
CAMERA SETUP FROM THE PC ................................. 30
■ Camera Setup Menus ........................................... 31
PC ORIENTED SETUP ................................................. 32
■ Image Setup ......................................................... 32
■ Alarm Setup .......................................................... 32
■ FTP Client Setup ................................................... 33
■ User Setup ............................................................ 34
■ Host Setup ............................................................ 35
■ System Setup ........................................................ 35
INITIALIZING ............................................................... 36
■ Initializing the Camera Menu ................................ 36
■ Initializing the Setup Menu .................................... 36
■ Initializing HTML windows .................................... 36
VIEWING PICTURES .................................................... 37
■ Image Quality Selection ........................................ 37
■ Still Picture Storage to the PC ............................... 37
■ Monochrome Mode ............................................... 38
ALARM FUNCTIONS ................................................... 39
■ When an Alarm Arises .......................................... 39
■ Transferring Picture Files ...................................... 39
■ Canceling Alarm Display ...................................... 40
■ VMD Setup ............................................................ 40
■ Reviewing Alarm Pictures ..................................... 41
■ Resetting Alarm .................................................... 42
AUXILIARY OUTPUT CONTROL ................................. 43
■ Auxiliary Output Control ........................................ 43
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................. 44
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................ 45
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ......................................... 46
STANDARD ACCESSORIES ........................................ 46
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PREFACE
Panasonic’s WV-NP472 camera features functions for network access besides high-level picture quality developed for
conventional video surveillance purposes.
Features
Trademarks
• 10/100BASE-T terminal enables your PC to view
camera images via the network.
• SD II (super dynamic) system allows a wide range
of 46 dB while preventing images from being
spoiled by strong background light.
• High resolution supported by a 1/3” CCD having
380 000 pixels
• A 0.8 lx illuminance is allowed when using a F=1.4
lens, thanks to low-noise design. A 0.4 lx illuminance is allowed when using an aspherical F=0.75
large-aperture lens.
• Switchable video mode between color and monochrome in response to light inputs
• Built-in motion detector generates an alarm when
video levels change certain amount.
• Adobe, Adobe logos, and Acrobat are registered
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the
U.S. and/ or other countries.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and Windows XP
are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
in the U.S. and/or other countries.
• Netscape, Netscape Navigator, Netscape ONE,
the Netscape N and Ship’s Wheel logos are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications
Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Other
Netscape product names used in this document
are also trademarks of Netscape Communications
Corporation and may be registered outside the
U.S.
• Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox
Corporation.
• Other names of companies and products contained in these operating instructions may be
trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective owners.
• Distributing, copying, disassembling, reverse complying, reverse engineering, and also exporting in
violation of export laws of the software provided
with this product, is expressly prohibited.
Computer Requirements
The following environments are essential for your computer to view camera pictures or to set up parameters.
Computer: PC/AT compatible
OS: One of the following should be installed.
Microsoft Windows98 Second Edition
Microsoft Windows2000 Professional Service
Pack2
Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Service
Pack6a
Document Convention
These operating instructions use the following convention when describing the uses and operations.
• Windows 98 stands for Microsoft Windows 98
Second Edition.
• Windows 2000 stands for Microsoft Windows 2000.
• Windows ME stands for Microsoft Windows
Millennium Edition.
• Windows NT stands for Microsoft Windows NT
Workstation 4.0 Service Pack 6a.
• Windows XP stands for Microsoft Windows XP.
CPU: Pentium II (300 MHz) or faster
Memories: 128 MB or higher
Network Interface: The following protocols should be
supported by a 10/100Mbps Ethernet card
installed.
TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, DHCP
Browser: One of the following should be installed.
Internet Explorer 5.01SP2, 5.5, 5.5SP2, 6.0
Netscape Communicator 4.73, 4.78
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PRECAUTIONS
1. The installation should be made by qualified
service personnel or system installers.
5. Clean the CCD faceplate with care.
Do not clean the CCD with strong or abrasive
detergents. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped
applicator with ethanol.
2. Do not attempt to disassemble the camera.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws or
covers.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Ask
qualified service personnel for servicing.
6. Never face the camera toward the sun.
Do not aim the camera at bright objects. Whether
the camera is in use or not, never aim it at the sun
or other extremely bright objects.
Otherwise,
blooming or smear may be caused.
3. Handle the camera with care.
Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking,
etc. The camera could be damaged by improper
handling or storage.
7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified
temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures between –10 °C
and +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F), and humidity below
90 %. The input power source is 12 V DC.
4. Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when
cleaning the camera body.
Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when dirty.
When the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently. Then wipe off the remaining
detergent with a dry cloth.
8. To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, use a
UL listed cable (VW-1, style 1007) for the 12V DC
input terminal.
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MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
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!1
!2
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
!3
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
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RCV
!0
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
DC 12V
IN
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LINK
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Slide the panel to the left until it locks.
q Auto Iris Lens Connector
Connects the auto iris lens with a 4-pin male connector supplied as a standard accessory (Part No.
YFE4191J100).
!0 Network Port with Indicators (10BASET/100BASE-TX/RCV/LINK)
Connects to a PC or a network via a hub with a
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX cable attached RJ-45 connector. Indicators will light up while receiving data
(RCV) or establishing communications (LINK).
w Flange-back Adjusting Ring & Screw
Adjusts the back focal length and picture focus.
!1 Control Terminals
Connects respective devices.
ALARM IN: Alarm sensor, ALARM OUT: Recording
device/alarm indicator, AUX OUT: External device,
DAY/NIGHT IN: Optical sensor, GND: Signal
ground
e Lens (Option)
r Camera Mounting Adapter
Mounts the camera onto a mounting bracket.
t Down Button (K)
Moves the cursor downward and selects items in
the CAM SET UP menu.
!2 Reset Button (A, B)
The button A, along with the J and K buttons,
resets the network setup parameters when you
hold down these buttons for 6 seconds in the
power-on state.
The button B resets the HTML files and alarm mail
setup in the same manner as the button A.
Note: Never press both the reset buttons A and B
at a time.
y Left Button (L)
Moves the cursor leftward, selects the mode and
adjusts some levels.
u Up Button (J)
Moves the cursor upward and selects items in the
CAM SET UP menu.
!3 Video Output Connector (VIDEO OUT)
Supplies analog video signal (composite) to the
connected device.
i Right Button (M)
Moves the cursor rightward, selects the mode and
adjusts some levels.
!4 Power In Terminal and Power Indicator
(DC 12V IN, POWER)
Connects to a DC power supply using proper
cables. The power indicator lights up when power
is supplied.
o Set Button (I)
Activates an item selected in the CAM SET UP
menu.
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INSTALLATIONS
• Mounting the Lens
Notes:
• Using the lens having improper protrusion will
damage the camera. The protrusion of the lens into
the camera body should be within the length indicated in the figure.
Mounting and Adjusting the Lens
• Replacement of Auto Iris Lens Connector
If necessary, replace the existing lens connector with
the type YFE419J100 supplied.
1. Cut the existing lens connector from the iris control
cable at its end.
2. Process the cable end as shown in the figure.
C-mount: Less than 13 mm (1/2”)
CS-mount: Less than 8 mm (5/16”)
8 mm (5/8")
2 mm (1/16")
• Secure both the lens and camera with the supporter (not supplied) if a lens heavier than 450 g
(0.99 lbs) is mounted.
3. Solder each wire to the pin.
Pin #1: Red/Power
Pin #2: Not used
Pin #3: White/Video
Pin #4: Black/GND, Shield
Pin 3
1. Attach the supplied C-mount adapter when using a
C-mount lens.
The camera at the factory shipment can accept
only a CS-mount lens.
2. Jump to step 3 if the lens has focus adjusting
mechanism. Loosen the flange-back screw, and
rotate the adjusting ring down until it stops on the
side of the camera.
Rib
Pin 1
Pin 4
Lens Mount
Pin 2
C-mount Adapter
4. Attach the cover to the connector.
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Cover
Lens
Flange-back
Adjusting Ring & Screw
3. Mount the lens.
4. Connect the lens cable to the auto iris connector
on the side of the camera.
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• Flange-back Adjustment
The adjustment is required only when a lens without
focus-adjusting mechanism is mounted, or when a lens
with adjusting mechanism is mounted and focus that is
more accurate is needed.
• Mounting from the Top
1. Remove the mounting adapter from the bottom of
the camera.
2. Attach the mounting adapter on top of the camera
as shown in the figure.
1. Loosen the flange-back fixing screw on the flangeback adjusting ring.
Fixing Screws
2. Turn the flange-back adjusting ring to obtain a
focused point while watching the monitor screen.
Mounting Adapter
3. Tighten the flange-back fixing screw softly and
securely.
Note: The object may be out of focus when using a
source of near-infrared light rather than using
the visible light.
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Mounting the Camera
The mounting adapter can be secured on either the top
or bottom (at the factory shipment) of the camera. The
mounting hole is a standard photographic pan-head
screw size (1/4”-20).
3. Secure the camera to the camera-mounting bracket (locally procured), referring to the manual included with the bracket.
Camera-mounting
bracket (Locally
procured)
Note: Use the original two screws to attach the
mounting adapter on the camera. Using shorter ones may cause the camera to fall down, or
longer ones may damage the inside of the
camera.
• Pictures Upside-down
You can reverse the picture upside-down in the menu
setup when it is necessary.
Adapter on the
bottom at the
factory shipment
• Mounting from the Bottom
1. Secure the camera on the camera-mounting bracket (locally procured), referring to the manual included with the bracket.
Note: The right and left of the picture are not reversed.
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CONNECTIONS
Power-in Connections
Control Terminal Connections
Notes:
• Use only a class-2 power supply suitable to the
voltage and current required by the camera. See
specifications.
• Use a UL listed cable (VW-1, style 1007) to prevent fire or electric shock.
Connect relevant devices as shown in the figure.
ALARM IN
Sensor
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
You can use the formula below to select the power
supply, and power cable. The supplied voltage to the
power-in terminals must be between 10.8V and 16V.
10.8V(minimum) ≤ VA – 2RLI ≤ 16V (maximum)
Recording device e.g. VCR
VA: Output voltage of power supply
R: Resistance (Ω/m) (Ω/ft), see table
L: Cable length (m) (ft)
I: Consumption current (A), see specifications
ALARM OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
Resistance of copper wire [at 20 °C (68 °F)]
Copper wire
size (AWG)
Optical sensor
ON: B/W,
OFF: Color
#24
#22
#20
#18
(0.22 mm2) (0.33 mm2) (0.52 mm2) (0.83 mm2)
Resistance
Ω/m
0.078
0.050
0.030
0.018
Resistance
Ω/ft
0.026
0.017
0.010
0.006
Aux devices e.g. lamp
AUX OUT
1. Connect the power cable to the terminals while
identifying the polarity.
DC 12V
2. Fasten the screws.
IN
Notes:
• See specifications for each terminal.
• Use a relay when the connected device exceeds
the ratings in voltage or current.
• The optical sensor validates the Day/Night function
if B/W is set to EXT in the setup menu.
12 V DC
(10.8 V - 16 V)
Network Connections
Video Cable Connections
Network Connection Types
The maximum extensible coaxial cable length between
the camera and the monitor is shown in the table.
Type of
coaxial cable
Recommended
maximum
cable length
RG-59/U
(3C-2V)
RG-6/U
(5C-2V)
RG-11/U
(7C-2V)
• Use a router or switching hub when multiple cameras are connected.
• Use a router handling PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet)
when running PPPoE to connect with the Internet,
because the camera is incapable of it.
• Use network cables complying with category5.
RG-15/U
(10C-2V)
(m)
250
500
600
800
(ft)
825
1 650
1 980
2 640
• Direct Connection to PC (Type 1)
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
Network Cable (Cross type)
PC
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Note: Apply proper measures to protect the camera
from thunderbolts if your system is possibly damaged. As a protection, for example, use a converter
that changes electric signals to optical signals
complying with 10BASE-F/100BASE-FX.
• Connection to Intranet (Type 2)
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
DC 12V
IN
RCV
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
Switching Hub
PC
(16 clients maximum)
• Connection to Internet (Type 3)
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
DC 12V
IN
RCV
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
PC
(16 clients maximum)
Internet
DSL/CATV Modem
• Connection to Internet (Type 4)
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
PC
(16 clients maximum)
Switching Hub or Router
Internet
DSL/CATV Modem
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OPERATING THE CAMERA
You can operate the camera in two ways: from the PC
by way of network, or locally from the camera or system
device.
Preliminary Setup
Prior to connection to the system, you need to set up a
network address for the camera by one-to-one connection with a PC.
Parameters at the factory default are set as follows.
IP address: 192.168.0.10
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.0.1
HTTP port number: 80
Access from the PC
Your PC can access the camera to view images and to
set up menus.
Prior to operating from the PC, confirm that connections
are made properly as shown in the previous page,
CONNECTIONS.
1. Start up the PC.
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
2. Start up the Web browser, Internet Explorer or
Netscape Communicator.
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
Network Cable (Cross type)
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
3. Enter the IP address of the camera in the address
bar.
The camera address is set to 192.168.0.10 at the
factory default setting.
1. Enter an IP address, “http://192.168.0.10” for
example, in the address bar of the browser to display the main page of the WV-NP472 camera.
4. Press Enter on the keyboard.
5. The main page of the WV-NP472 camera will
appear on the display.
2. Click the Setup Menu button. The authentication
dialog appears.
Note: Adobe Acrobat Reader should have been
installed on your PC to open the manual. Visit
the home pages of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
3. Enter “admin” in the user name line, and you need
not enter the password as the default setting. The
network setup window appears.
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Note: You can forcibly change the IP address of
the camera as follows, if you have wrongly set
DHCP to ON in the system where no DHCP
server exists.
1. Start up DOS prompt.
2. Execute "arp-s<enter here a new IP
address><MAC address>".
3. Execute "ping-t<enter here a new IP
address>".
• Carry out only when the system has no DHCP
server.
• The new IP address should be within the same
subnet.
• Procedures above will not function when the
system is running normally.
4. Set the following parameters.
5. Click the SET&REBOOT button. The changed
parameters will be validated, and the camera and
the PC will restart.
Note: Do not omit the step 4 above to validate new
parameters.
Note: Ask your system administrator about parameters if you are unsure.
IP Address: Enter numbers 0 through 255 into four
sections split by dots.
Netmask: Enter numbers 0 through 255 into four
sections split by dots.
Default gateway: Enter numbers 0 through 255
into four sections split by dots
HTTP Port: Enter different numbers for each when
multiple cameras are connected.
DNS (Domain Name System): Set to ON when
using DNS. Enter the primary address. If necessary, enter the secondary address.
6. Close the browser software, and the PC.
Access from the Camera/System Device
You can operate and set up the camera from such system devices as Video Multiplexer, Matrix Switcher, or
system controller if connected.
You can operate and set up at the camera site using
the side panel buttons on the camera while observing
the monitor.
Note: See the manuals included with the system
devices for operating the camera from them
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol):
When set to ON, you need not input for the IP
address, netmask, and default gateway.
• Function Comparison / PC Network vs. Camera site
Function
VIEWING IMAGES
Zoom (with Panasonic’s motorized lens)
Focus
Iris (with Panasonic’s ALC lens)
Switching Color/BW Mode
AUX Device Control
Alarm Log/Alarm Image Display
MENU SETUPS
Camera Setup (Camera)
Network Setup (Camera)
Network Setup (HTML)
Operating Mode Setup (HTML)
Alarm Setup (HTML)
FTP Client Setup (HTML)
User Authentication (HTML)
Host Authentication (HTML)
System Setup (HTML)
PC Network
Camera Site (*1)
NA
NA
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
NA
NA
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
A: Available, NA: Not Available
Note:
*1 A system device e.g. Video Multiplexer, or a system controller operates the setup menus. Side panel buttons on
the camera can do it as well.
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PRIOR TO SETUP
This section describes setup procedures common to
accesses from the PC and from the camera. The PC
can control more functions than camera itself, e.g.
transmitting images to FTP server, sending alarm notice
mail, auxiliary device control, clock setup, and LED
control.
Note: Confirm the entered IP address when neither
the dialog box nor the main page appears. You
may need to re-enter the IP address.
3. Enter the registered user name and password.
Note: Enter “admin” when you operate the system
very first time, or you have not registered user
names yet. For this time, you need not to enter
the password.
Buttons Used for Setup Menus
Press the buttons on the side panel of the camera, or
click the buttons on the computer display. Each button
is assigned functions in the setup as follows.
Menu control buttons will appear under the camera
image. Scroll down the bar to display the Reset
buttons.
Menu ON/OFF button: Opens or closes the setup menu.
ESC button: Returns to the previous menu
(one layer higher) .
UP/DOWN button:
Moves up and down
the cursor (pointer).
RIGHT/LEFT button:
Selects parameters,
adjusts some levels.
SET button: Validates
the selection, opens a
detailed menu.
4. Click the Menu ON button to overlay the **SET
UP** menu on the camera image. The cursor is
highlighted on the window.
Pressing RIGHT, SET,
LEFT or clicking ALL
RESET: Resets all settings
to the factory default.
Pressing RIGHT and LEFT, or clicking
RESET: Resets the selected settings to
the factory default.
Camera Setup Menus
¡From the PC
1. Open the main page of the WV-NP472 camera,
referring to page 12.
Login as a level-1 administrator in the dialog box if
requested.
2. Click Camera Setup button in the left side of the
screen.
Login dialog box will appear.
5. Move the cursor to SETUP DISABLE if it is displayed, or skip to step 7 if ENABLE is displayed.
6. Click the ENTER button.
DISABLE will change to ENABLE, and the camera
is now ready to be set up.
Note: While DISABLE is displayed, setup operations are disabled.
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7. Move the cursor to CAMERA O, and click the
ENTER button. CAM SETUP opens.
2. Move the cursor to SETUP DISABLE.
3. Press the I button.
DISABLE will change to ENABLE, and the camera
is now ready to be set up.
Note: While DISABLE is displayed, setup operations are disabled.
4. Move the cursor to CAMERA O, and press the I
button. The CAM SETUP opens.
Notes:
• Refer to the next page for setup operations.
• Return the menu to the one in which END is
displayed on the bottom, then go to the next.
5. Move the cursor to END, and press the I button
after finishing the setup.
The changed settings will be stored in the camera,
and the overlaid camera menu will disappear.
Notes:
• Refer to the next page for setup operations.
• Return the menu to ** SET UP *** (step 3
above), then go to step 8.
8. Click the Menu OFF button after finishing the setup
operations.
The changed settings will be stored in the camera,
and the overlaid camera menu will disappear.
Notes:
• Access the camera again on the WWW-browser to validate the settings for PC oriented items
if the browser screen pauses.
• You can exit from the camera setup by clicking
the Return button, though the menu is displayed if the Menu OFF button has not been
clicked yet.
¡From the Camera
1. Hold down the I button for 2 seconds.
The ** SET UP ** will appear, overlaid on the camera image.
NETWORK
END
↵
↵
** SET UP **
CAMERA
SET UP DISABLE
Up
Button
Left Button
Right
Button
Set Button
Down
Button
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SETTING PROCEDURES
The following pages describe setting operations from the camera.
For accessing from the PC, interpret these instructions as follows.
Function
Opening the camera setup menu
From the Camera
Hold down the I button for 2 seconds.
Closing the camera setup menu
Press the I button while the cursor is at
END.
Opening a more detailed setup
menu
Press the I button while the cursor is at
an item tailed with O mark.
Click the ENTER button while the cursor
is at the item tailed with O mark.
Returning to the previous menu
Press the I button while the cursor is at
RET.
Click the ENTER button while the cursor
is at RET.
Opening the special menu
Hold down the L and M buttons simultaneously while the cursor is at RET in
CAM SETUP.
Hold down the L and M buttons simultaneously while the cursor is at the item.
Click the Reset/Special button while the
cursor is at RET in CAM SETUP.
Hold down the L and M buttons simultaneously while the cursor is at CAMERA
RESET.
Selecting an item
Press J or K.
Selecting a parameter
Press L and M.
Validating the selection
Press I.
Escaping from the VMD mask setup Hold down the I button for 2 seconds.
etc.
Click the All Reset button while the cursor is at CAMERA RESET.
Resetting the parameter of an item
Resetting all the settings
SETUP SELECTION
Click the ↑ or ↓ button.
Click the ← or → button.
Click the ENTER button.
Click the ESC button.
↵
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
--AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
CLOCK
OFF
RET
↵
END
Click the Reset/Special button while the
cursor is at the item.
CAMERA SETUP MENU
** SET UP **
CAMERA
NETWORK
From the PC
Click the Camera Setup button in the
main page to display the menu control
buttons.
Click the Menu ON button.
Click the Menu OFF button.
SET UP DISABLE
1. Camera Identification (CAMERA ID) Setting
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA or NETWORK, and
press I to open the desired setup menu.
CAMERAN: Opens the CAMERA SETUP menu.
NETWORKN: Opens the NETWORK SETUP menu.
You can assign a name to the camera. The camera ID
consists of up to 16 alphanumeric characters. The
camera ID display can be switched on and off on the
monitor screen.
2. Move the cursor to END, and press I to return to
camera image screen.
Note: When SETUP DISABLE appears in the bottom line you cannot change the currently
active settings. This disablement is designed
to prevent accidental setting change. Refer to
the previous page to change it to ENABLE.
Character Cursor
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$
SPACE
POSI RET END RESET
................
Cursor
CAMERA ID menu
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Character
Area
Command
Editing
Area
To edit the CAMERA ID
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA ID.
The factory default setting is OFF.
2. Press I. The CAMERA ID menu appears. The
cursor on the letter “0” is highlighted.
3. Move the cursor to the character you want to edit
by pressing L/M/J/ K.
4. After selecting the character, press I. The
selected character appears in the editing area.
(The cursor in the editing area moves to the right
automatically at this moment.)
5. Repeat the steps above until all characters are
edited.
2. Light Control Setting (ALC/ELC)
You can select the mode for adjusting the lens iris.
ALC: If you use a auto iris lens, select this parameter.
ELC: If you use a fixed or manual iris lens, select this
parameter.
The factory default setting is ALC.
1. Move the cursor to ALC/ELC.
2. Select ALC or ELC.
Cautions:
1. Under bright lighting conditions such as outdoors,
use an ALC type lens because the ELC control
range is not wide enough under these conditions.
2. Use an ALC type lens if the following phenomena
occur:
• Strong smear and/or blooming on highlight
objects such as spotlight or sunlight from windows.
• Noticeable flicker in the picture and/or color
rendition variations.
3. If ELC is selected, SUPER-D2 and SHUTTER are
not available and white balance mode is automatically set to ATW1 or ATW2 previously set.
4. If ELC is selected for ALC/ELC and a fixed iris lens
is used, the focal depth becomes shallower than
with the ALC type lens. Therefore, the range of
focus-to-object distance becomes narrower.
Command Usage
Move the cursor to the respective commands, and
press I.
SPACE: Adds a blank space to the cursor position
in the editing area.
POSI: opens the camera ID position window. Move
the highlighted camera ID to the desired position with L/M/J/K, and press I.
Note: The camera ID will be displayed under the clock
display when both of them are set to ON.
RET: Returns to the CAM SETUP menu.
END: Closes the setup menu and returns to camera image screen.
RESET: Cancels all characters in the editing area.
2-1. ALC Mode with SUPER-D2 ON
Highlighted
Super Dynamic2 Function (SUPER-D2)
The important object in a scene is usually placed in the
center of the monitor screen. In the SUPER-D2 mode,
more photometric weight is given to the center of the
screen (where the important object is located) than to
the edge of the screen (where bright backlight would
most likely be located). You can use the SUPER-D2
function if you select ALC. It eliminates interference by
strong background lighting which makes the camera
picture dark, such as a spotlight.
WV-NP472
1. Select ALC, and press I. The ALC CONT menu
appears.
2. Move the cursor to SUPER-D2 and select ON.
To replace a specific character in the CAMERA ID
1. Move the cursor to the editing area by pressing
K.
2. Move the cursor to the character to be replaced by
pressing L or M. Then move the cursor to the
character area and select a new character.
3. Press I to determine the CAMERA ID.
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
SUPER-D2
ON
LEVEL
...I.....
+
RET
END
3. If you want to adjust the video output level, move
the "I" cursor for LEVEL. Adjust to the desired level
by pressing L or M.
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6. If you want to change the video output level (picture contrast), move the “I” cursor for LEVEL and
adjust the level.
2-2. ALC Mode with SUPER-D2 OFF and ELC
Mode
Note: If ELC is selected, set MASK SET according to
this procedure.
Turns to white
1. Move the cursor to SUPER-D2 and select OFF.
(When you select ELC, SUPER-D2 is not available.)
MASK SET appears on the menu.
Blinking
** ALC CONT **
BACK LIGHT COMP
MASK SET
OFF
↵
SUPER-D2
LEVEL
RET
Note: If ON is selected for SUPER-D2, a shadow (black
line) may appear at the boundary between the
bright and the dim scenes. This is a natural phenomenon and does not indicate any trouble.
...I.....
+
END
2. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press I. The
48 mask areas appear on the monitor screen. The
cursor is blinking in the upper left corner of the
screen.
3. Shutter Speed Setting (SHUTTER)
Note: When ELC is selected for ALC/ELC on the CAM
SET UP menu or ON is selected for SUPER-D2 on
the ALC CONT menu, this item is not available.
To select electronic shutter speed, select OFF for
SUPER-D2 in the ALC CONT menu.
Blinking
Move the cursor to SHUTTER and select the electronic
shutter speed.
The preset values for SHUTTER (electronic shutter
speed) change by pressing L or M as follows:
The factory default setting is ---.
OFF (1/60)
1/10000
3. Move the cursor to the area where backlight is
bright and press I to mask that area. The mask
turns to white. (When the cursor is moved on an
area that has already been masked, the mask and
cursor start blinking.)
1/100
1/4000
1/250
1/500
1/2000
1/1000
4. Gain Control Setting (AGC ON (DNR-H,
DNR-L)/OFF)
Blinking
AGC (Automatic Gain Control) automatically controls
the gain (an image brightness level).
Move the cursor to AGC and select automatic level
adjustment ON (DNR-H), ON (DNR-L), or OFF. The factory default setting is ON (DNR-H).
ON (DNR-H): This setting raises the gain and
brightens the image under low light conditions.
ON (DNR-L): This setting reduces an afterimage
sometimes caused by the object's movement.
OFF: This setting does not control the gain.
4. Repeat step 3 to mask desired areas. To cancel
masking, move the cursor to that area and press
I.
5. After masking is completed, press I for 2 seconds or more. The ALC CONT menu appears.
Notes:
• When ON (DNR-L) is selected, the noise level may
be slightly higher than the ON (DNR-H) mode..
• DNR-H and DNR-L do not appear on the system
status display of the connected equipment.
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1. The color temperature is out of the 2 600 - 6 000 K
range.
5. Electronic Sensitivity Enhancement
(SENS UP)
There are two modes for SENS UP.
AUTO: If you select X10 AUTO, for example, the
sensitivity is automatically raised to X10 max.
When AUTO is selected, AGC is automatically
set to ON.
FIX: If you select X32 FIX, for example, the sensitivity is raised to just X32.
The factory default setting is OFF.
2. When the scene contains mostly high color temperature objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
3. When the scene is dim.
In these cases, select the AWC mode.
• ATW2 (Auto-Tracing White Balance 2)
Auto-tracing white balance in the sodium lamp
mode (ATW2)
When you select ATW2 for sodium lamp, white balance is automatically set (no operation needed).
Note: ATW1 and ATW2 do not appear for WHITE
BAL on the system controller setup menu.
Move the cursor to SENS UP and select the parameter
for electronic sensitivity enhancement.
The preset values for SENS UP (electronic sensitivity
enhancement) change by pressing L or M as
shown below:
OFF
X32 FIX
X2 AUTO
X16 FIX
X4 AUTO
X10 FIX
X6 AUTO
X6 FIX
X10 AUTO
X4 FIX
• Automatic White Balance Control Mode (AWC)
In this mode, accurate white balance is obtained
within a color temperature range of approximately
2 300-10 000 K.
OFF
X2 FIX
Notes:
• When ON is selected for SUPER-D2 in the ALC
CONT menu, FIX is not available for this item.
• When you select AUTO for SENS UP and ON for
SUPER-D2, the SENS UP function has priority so
that the SUPER-D2 function is not activated automatically.
• While the SENS UP function is selected, noise,
spots or a whitening phenomenon may appear in
the picture when the sensitivity of the camera is
increased. This is a normal phenomenon.
1. Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select AWC →
PUSH SW.
6. White Balance Setting (WHITE BAL)
2. Press I to start white balance setup. PUSH SW
is highlighted to indicate that white balance is
being set.
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
--AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
AWC→PUSH SW
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
CLOCK
OFF
RET
6-1. Auto-Tracing White Balance Mode (ATW)
Highlighted
3. When the white balance setting is completed,
PUSH SW returns to normal display.
Note: If white balance is not set, PUSH SW is being
highlighted.
You can select one of three modes for white balance
adjustment as follows:
The factory default setting is ATW1.
• ATW1 (Auto-Tracing White Balance 1)
Move the cursor to WHITE BAL and select ATW1.
In this mode, the color temperature is monitored
continuously and thereby white balance is automatically set. The color temperature range for the
proper white balance is approximately 2 600 - 6
000 K. Proper white balance may not be obtained
under the following conditions:
4. When you want to adjust white balance manually,
press M to select AWC and press I. The AWC
menu appears on the monitor screen. (When ATW
is selected, pressing I displays the ATW menu.)
**
AWC
R
↵↵
MASK SET
↵
RET
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END
↵
B
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
--AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
CLOCK
OFF
RET
**
....I....
+
....I....
+
Manual Fine Adjustment for AWC (ATW)
You can set the white balance items manually.
1. To set MASK SET, proceed as described in steps 2
to 4 of “ALC mode with SUPER-D2 OFF and ELC
mode”.
2. Move the cursor to R.
3. Press L or M to obtain the optimum amount of
red gain.
4. Move the cursor to B.
5. Press L or M to obtain the optimum amount of
blue gain.
Note: When you need to set MASK SET, re-adjust to
obtain the optimum amount of red and blue gain.
Notes:
• When the camera is not used in a Panasonic
Intelligent CCTV System, select OFF.
Otherwise, video equipment may malfunction
because of the alarm signal misinterpretation for a
time code signal.
• The motion detector may malfunction when the
lightening equipment continuously turns on and off,
or when ELC mode is selected for ALC/ELC.
• Set MASK SET over the areas where swaying
leaves, curtains, or other objects are detected.
• Adjust the detection level on the menu to prevent
misinterpretation under low light conditions with
noise.
• It takes about 0.2 seconds for the alarm signal to
reach the VCR’s alarm terminal after the camera
detects a moving object.
• The motion detector is not specifically intended to
prevent theft or fire.
7. Motion Detector Setting (MOTION DET)
The camera detects moving objects in the scene by
monitoring changes in brightness level. You can select
the level of sensitivity for motion detection.
When this camera is connected to a compatible intelligent CCTV system, the camera transmits an alarm signal by multiplexing it with the video signal.
8. Lens Drive Signal Selection (LENS DRIVE)
Select a signal form matching to the lens installed. The
factory setting is DC.
DC: Is applied to a DC driven type lens.
VIDEO: Is applied to a video signal type lens.
1. Move the cursor to MOTION DET and select ON.
The factory default setting is OFF.
2. Press I. The MOTION DETECT menu appears
on the monitor screen.
**
CLOCK
CLOCK TYPE
**
MM/DD/YYYY
** MOTION DETECT **
....I....
+
DISPLAY MODE
RET
OFF
RET
↵
ALARM
MASK SET
↵
LEVEL
END
END
9. Date Display (Clock) Setting
3. Move the cursor to MASK SET and press I.
MASK SET lets you set 48 mask areas. To set
MASK SET, proceed as described in steps 2 to 4 of
“ALC mode with SUPER-D2 OFF and ELC mode”.
4. Move the cursor to ALARM and select ON or OFF
to set the alarm for DISPLAY MODE.
Note: When using the WV-RM70, WV-CU550
series, WV-CU161 or WV-CU360 controller
with this model, select OFF for ALARM.
5. Move the cursor to DISPLAY MODE and press I
to see the current setting. The masks that detect
the brightness changes start blinking.
6. To raise detection sensitivity, press I to return to
the MOTION DETECT menu.
7. To obtain the optimum detection level, move the “I”
cursor to adjust the level.
8. Repeat the procedure above to obtain a satisfactory setting.
You can select a display position and a style of the date
display. The camera ID will be displayed under the
position designated here.
1. In the camera setup menu, move the cursor to
CLOCK, and press M or L to select a display
position.
OFF: Does not display the date.
ON (L-UP): Displays at the left-upper corner.
ON (L-LOW): Displays at the left-lower corner.
ON (R-UP): Displays at the right-upper corner.
ON (R-LOW): Displays at the right-lower corner.
2. Move the cursor to CLOCK, and press I.
The CLOCK menu opens.
3. Select a style with L and M.
YYYY/MM/DD: Year/Month/Day
MM/DD/YYYY: Month/Day/Year
DD/MM/YYYY: Day/ Month/Year
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night because the illuminance changes significantly when switching between a color picture
and a black-and-white picture. This can be
prevented by using the AUTO2 setting to
detect the type of light source.
Note: Because the type of light source is
detected based on information received
from the CCD image pickup element, an
object that is constantly moving or has the
same color as its background may not
always be properly recognized. When
choosing the AUTO2 mode, make sure to
use a light source having a wavelength of
800 nm or more.
EXT: Color picture reverts to black-and-white picture when an external day/night switching signal is received (refer to alarm connections).
ON: Black-and-white mode enabled.
OFF: Color mode enabled.
The factory default setting is OFF.
3. The AUTO1 or AUTO2 menu appears on the monitor screen when selected.
4. Move the cursor to LEVEL and select the illuminance level using L or M.
10. Special Menu
This menu lets you adjust and set up the video signal of
the camera to meet your requirements.
Move the cursor to RET in the bottom line of the CAM
SET UP menu and press L and M simultaneously
(holding down L and press M) for 2 seconds or
more. The SPECIAL menu appears on the monitor
screen.
↵
↵↵
** CAM SET UP **
CAMERA ID
OFF
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
--AGC
ON(DNR-H)
SENS UP
OFF
SYNC
INT
WHITE BAL
ATW1
MOTION DET
OFF
LENS DRIVE
DC
CLOCK
OFF
RET
** SPECIAL **
UP SIDE DOWN
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
HUE
OFF
....I....
....I....
.I.......
.I.......
+
BW
OFF
BURST(BW)
ON
CAMERA RESET /PUSH SW
RET END
10-1. Camera Picture Upside Down Positioning
(UP SIDE DOWN)
1. Move the cursor to UP SIDE DOWN.
2. Select ON when you want to turn the picture upside
down.
Note: The right and left of the picture are not
reversed.
10-2. Chroma Gain Setting (CHROMA GAIN)
** BW AUTO1 **
1. Move the cursor to CHROMA GAIN.
2. While observing the vectorscope or color video
monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the chroma
level.
LEVEL
HIGH
DURATION TIME .I..
S L
10-3. Aperture Gain Setting (AP GAIN)
RET END
1. Move the cursor to AP GAIN.
2. While observing the waveform monitor or color
video monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the
aperture gain.
LOW: Color picture switches to black-and-white
picture at approx.1 lx with F1.4 lens.
HIGH: Color picture switches to black-and-white
picture at approx.5 lx with F1.4 lens.
The factory default setting is HIGH.
5. Move the cursor for DURATION TIME to set the
switching time using L or M.
The following switching times are available:
10s--30s--60s--300s
(S)
(L)
10-4. Pedestal Level Setting (PEDESTAL)
1. Move the cursor to PEDESTAL.
2. While observing the waveform monitor or color
video monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the
pedestal level (black level).
10-5. Chroma Phase (Hue) Setting (HUE)
1. Move the cursor to HUE.
2. While observing the vectorscope or color video
monitor, move the “I” cursor to adjust the hue
(chroma phase) level.
10-7. BURST (BW)
1. Move the cursor to BURST (BW).
2. Select ON or OFF using L or M.
ON: The burst signal is supplied along with the
black-and-white composite video signal.
OFF: The burst signal is not output.
The factory default setting is ON.
Notes:
• We recommend that you usually select ON.
• When the camera is used to synchronize the
system for external sync, select ON to prevent
a malfunction.
10-6. BW
This function lets you select the color or black-andwhite mode.
1. Move the cursor to BW.
2. Select AUTO1, AUTO2, EXT, ON or OFF using L
or M.
AUTO1: The camera selects the black and white
mode if the picture is dark, or the color mode if
the picture is bright enough.
AUTO2: Applying AUTO1 may cause malfunction
when using a source of near-infrared light at
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To reset to the factory settings (CAMERA RESET)
1. Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET. PUSH SW is
highlighted.
2. While holding down L and M, hold down I
for 2 seconds or more. The camera is reset to the
factory settings.
NETWORK SETUP
Set up network parameters when connecting the
10/100BASE jack with a network.
Notes:
• Access the setup menu from the PC to use the
DHCP or DNS server, because these settings are
not included in this window.
• Ask your system administrator or ISP (Internet
Service Provider) about available IP address, subnet mask, and gateway, prior to setup.
• The assigned address should be a global type
when connecting via the Internet. Ask your ISP
whether it is.
** NETWORK SET UP **
IP ADDRESS
192.168.
0. 10
NETMASK
255.255.255.
0
GATEWAY
192.168.
HTTP PORT NO.
RET
0.
1
80
END
1. Move the cursor to NETWORK SETUP in the SETUP
menu window and press I. The NETWORK
SETUP menu opens.
The factory default settings are as follows.
IP ADDRESS: 192.168.0.10
NETMASK: 255.255.255.0
GATE WAY: 192.168.0.1
HTTP Port Number: 80
2. Move the cursor to the line you wish to edit, and
press I.
Parameters become editable.
3. Select a digit using J or K.
4. Select a number in the digit using L or M.
5. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 above appropriately until
all parameters are set.
6. Move the cursor to END and press I to close the
setup menu and store new settings, or select RET
to go back to the SETUP menu.
Note: The port number assigned to the camera is
exclusive, and any other usage is not allowed.
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SETUP FROM THE PC
PREPARATIONS FOR THE PC
● Connection to Internet (Type 3)
■ Connections
The PC accesses the camera through the Internet and
the DSL/CATV modem.
Prior to connections, specify the connection type and
prepare relevant devices and cables.
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
Notes:
• We recommend that you use connection type 1 or
type 2 when setting up the network address of the
camera.
• Be sure to unplug or switch all the devices off, then
start connections.
VIDEO OUT
POWER
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
PC
(16 clients maximum)
Internet
DSL/CATV Modem
Use a cross-type network cable in the category 5 to
connect the camera directly with the PC.
Necessaries:
• Straight-type network cable (Category 5)
• CATV modem (cable modem) or DSL modem
B
● Connection to Internet (Type 4)
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
● Direct Connection to PC (Type 1)
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
B
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
A switching hub or a router may be added to type 3
connection.
Network Cable (Cross type)
PC
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
Necessaries: Cross-type network cable (Category
5)
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
● Connection to Intranet (Type 2)
PC
(16 clients maximum)
A switching hub connected to the intranet is placed
between the camera and the PC.
Switching Hub or Router
Internet
ALARM IN
ALARM OUT
AUX OUT
DAY/NIGHT IN
GND
A
DSL/CATV Modem
B
VIDEO OUT
POWER
RCV
DC 12V
IN
10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX
Necessaries:
• Straight-type network cable (Category 5)
• CATV modem (cable modem) or DSL modem
• Switching hub or router (10BASE-T/100BASETX applicable)
LINK
Network Cable
(Straight type)
Switching Hub
PC
(16 clients maximum)
Notes:
• Setting the router is required when connecting
more than one camera. Refer to the manual included with the router.
• The camera does not support the PPPoE. Use a
router that handles PPPoE when connecting the
camera using that protocol.
• A global-type IP address is required when connecting via the Internet.
Necessaries:
• Straight-type network cable (Category 5)
• Switching hub or router (10BASE-T/100BASETX applicable)
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■ Network Setup of the PC
3. Double-click
the
Connections” icon.
To set up the network of the PC, first change the TCP/IP
settings of the PC to match them to the default settings
of the camera.
The following are the default network settings of the
camera.
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
“Network
and
Internet
: 192.168.0.10
: 255.255.255.0
: 192.168.0.1
To access the camera, the IP address of the PC should
be “192.168.0.XXX” (where XXX should be a number
from 2 to 254 except 10).
Note: The following procedure is described based on
the assumption that the Windows XP is running on
the PC. When running an OS other than Windows
XP, see the manual included with the OS.
4. Double-click the “Network Connections” icon.
1. Start up your PC.
5. Click “Local Area Communication”, and then click
“Change settings of this connection” in the
“Network Task” menu.
2. Click the “Start” button and select “Control Panel”.
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■ Network Setup of the Camera
6. Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”, and then click
the [Properties] button.
On completion of the network setup of the PC, begin
the network setup of the camera. If multiple cameras
are connected, it is required to set up each camera
individually. The following information is necessary for
the network setup of the camera. If you do not have the
following information, refer to your network administrator
or your Internet service provider.
• IP address
• Subnet mask
• Default gateway (when using a gateway server or a
router)
• Port number
• DNS server address 1 and/or 2 (when using DNS)
1. Start up Internet Explorer on your PC.
7. Click the “Use the following IP address” radio button and enter the IP address and the subnet mask
as follows.
IP address
Subnet mask
: 192.168.0.9
: 255.255.255.0
8. Click the [OK] button, and the window dialog box
closes.
2. Enter "192.168.0.10" (the default IP address of the
camera) in the address bar. The main page of the
camera appears.
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3. Click the Setup Menu button. The User Setup window appears.
4. Click the Network button on top of the screen. The
Network Setup window appears.
• Enter “admin” in the user name column.
• Click the OK button.
5. Set parameters for each item in the Network Setup
menu.
The parameters differ depending on the connection type.
■ Network Setup Parameters vs. Connection Type
Connection type
Item
Description of the parameter
Connection type 1
IP address
Enter “192.168.0.XXX” for the IP address (where XXX should
be a number from 2 to 254 except the same IP addresses
already assigned to the PC and any other cameras).
Subnet mask
Use the default setting “255.255.255.0” for the subnet mask.
Default gateway
No setting required
Network speed
Set the network speed.
Use the default setting “auto” for the network speed.
Selectable parameters: auto (default setting), 100 Mbps (full
duplex), 100 Mbps (half duplex), 10 Mbps (full duplex), 10
Mbps (half duplex)
HTTP port
Use the default setting “80” for the HTTP port.
Host name
No setting required
DNS
Set to OFF.
Primary server
No setting required
Secondary server
DHCP
Set to OFF.
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Connection type 2
Connection type 3
IP address
Set the IP address designated by your network administrator.
However, the setting is not required if DHCP is used in an
intranet.
Subnet mask
Set the subnet mask designated by your network administrator.
However, the setting is not required if DHCP is used in an
intranet.
Default gateway
Set the IP address of the default gateway designated by your
network administrator.
However, the setting is not required if DHCP is used in an
intranet.
Network speed
Set the network speed.
Use the default setting “auto” for the network speed.
Selectable parameters: auto (default setting), 100 Mbps (full
duplex), 100 Mbps (half duplex), 10 Mbps (full duplex), 10
Mbps (half duplex)
HTTP port
Use the default setting “80” for the HTTP port.
Host name
Refer to your network administrator and set the designated
host name if required.
DNS
Set to ON when using the DNS server.
Primary server
No setting required
Secondary server
Set the IP address of DNS when using the DNS server.
Refer to your Internet service provider for the IP address of
DNS. Primary and secondary IP addresses can be set for the
DNS.
DHCP
Set to ON if the intranet uses DHCP.
IP address
Set the IP address designated by your Internet service
provider.
However, the setting is not required if your Internet service
provider uses a DHCP server (the DHCP server assigns an
IP address to the camera automatically).
Subnet mask
Set the subnet mask designated by your Internet service
provider.
However, the setting is not required if your Internet service
provider uses a DHCP server (the DHCP server assigns an
IP address to the camera automatically).
Default gateway
Set the default gateway designated by your Internet service
provider.
Network speed
Set the network speed.
Use the default setting “auto” for the network speed.
Selectable parameters: auto (default setting), 100 Mbps (full
duplex), 100 Mbps (half duplex), 10 Mbps (full duplex), 10
Mbps (half duplex)
HTTP port
Use the default setting “80” for the HTTP port.
Host name
Refer to your Internet service provider and set the designated
host name if required.
DNS
Set to ON when using the DNS server.
Primary server
No setting required
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Connection type 4
Secondary server
Set the IP address of DNS when using the DNS server.
Refer to your internet Internet service provider for the IP
address of the DNS. Primary and secondary IP addresses
can be set for the DNS.
DHCP
Set to ON if your internet Internet service provider uses a
DHCP server (the DHCP server assigns an IP address to the
camera automatically) after confirming that your internet
Internet service provider uses a DHCP server.
IP address
The setting differs depending on the setting of the router as
follows.
If the router uses DHCP: No setting required
If the router does not use DHCP: Assignment of a private IP
address to the router is required. However, the IP addresses
already assigned to the PC and other cameras are not available.
For further information, refer to the operating instructions of
the router.
Subnet mask
The setting differs depending on the setting of the router as
follows.
If the router uses DHCP: No setting required
If the router does not use DHCP: Setting of the subnet mask
is required.
For further information, refer to the operating instructions of
the router.
Default gateway
The setting differs depending on the setting of the router as
follows.
If the router uses DHCP: No setting required
If the router does not use DHCP: Assignment of an IP
address to the router is required.
For further information, refer to the operating instructions of
the router.
Network speed
Set the network speed.
Use the default setting “auto” for the network speed.
Selectable parameters: auto (default setting), 100 Mbps (full
duplex), 100 Mbps (half duplex), 10 Mbps (full duplex), 10
Mbps (half duplex)
HTTP port
If multiple cameras are connected, it is required to set up
each camera individually.
However, the port numbers already assigned to other hardware are not available.
The following are already assigned to the camera.
Port number: 20, 21, 23, 25, 53, 67, 38, 80, 546, 547
The following are not usable if the FTP client function is set to
on.
Port number: from 4000 to 5000
The following is not usable if the custom alarm function is set
to on.
Port number: number already assigned to the custom
alarm.
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Host name
Refer to your Internet service provider and set the designated
host name if required.
DNS
Set to ON when using the DNS server.
Primary server
No setting required
Secondary server
Set the IP address of DNS when using the DNS server.
Refer to your internet Internet service provider for the IP
address of the DNS. Primary and secondary IP addresses
can be set for the DNS.
DHCP
Set to ON if the router uses DHCP.
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CAMERA SETUP FROM THE PC
The camera setup menus overlaid on the camera picture appear by clicking the Camera Setup button in the
main page. You will be prompted by authentication dialog box. Enter “admin” in the user column if you have
not registered it yet, or enter the registered user name
and password if user authentication is applied. Menu
control buttons are lined in the lower part of the screen.
Note: The following pages mainly describe the unique
setup operations of the PC. Refer to PRIOR TO
SETUP on page 14 for common setup operations
from the camera and the PC.
qw
i
o
i Reset button (RESET/SPECIAL)
• Resets the parameter of an item when the cursor is at the item.
• Opens the SPECIAL menu when the cursor is
at RET in the CAMERA SET UP menu.
o Reset button (ALL RESET)
Resets all the settings to the factory default when
the cursor is at CAMERA RESET in the SPECIAL
menu.
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r
t
y
u
q Return button
Returns to the main page.
w Setup Menu button
Opens the PC-oriented setup menus.
e Day & Night Mode Setup buttons
(ON/OFF/AUTO)
The ON button switches the picture to monochrome mode, and the OFF button to color mode.
The AUTO button enables the camera to follow the
input of the connected optical sensor.
r Menu ON/OFF buttons (ON/OFF)
Opens or closes the camera setup menu.
t Cancel button (ESC)
Returns the menu to the upper layer.
y Cursor buttons (left/up/down/right)
Moves the cursor.
u Set button (ENTER)
Validates the selection.
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■ Camera Setup Menus
Menu windows are shown in this page. Refer to page
16 for menu operations.
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PC ORIENTED SETUP
■ Alarm Setup
Setup windows listed below are accessible only from
the PC. Operations in these windows are described in
the following pages.
Click any of the setup selection buttons on top of the
screen to open the desired window.
The following are opened from the Network Setup window.
Image Setup
Alarm Setup
FTP Client Setup
User Authentication Setup
Host Authentication Setup
System (Date & LED) Setup
■ Image Setup
1. Open the Image Setup window.
2. Select the parameter for each item.
Refresh Interval: Fast, Middle, Slow, and Very
Slow
Image Capture Size (pixels): 640x480*, 640x240,
320x240, and 160x120
Quality of Image: Super Fine, Fine, Normal, and
Rough
Bandwidth Control: 32 kbps, 64 kbps, 128 kbps,
256 kbps, 512 kbps, 1024 kbps, and Unlimited
3. Click the SET&REBOOT button.
It will take about 5 seconds to complete the reboot.
1. Open the Alarm Setup window.
2. External Alarm
• Select ON or OFF, and click the SET button.
ON: Receives alarm inputs via the ALARM IN
terminal.
OFF: Ignores alarm inputs via the ALARM IN
terminal.
4. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
*: The 640 x 240 selection is good to display moving
images without aliasing, while 640 x 480 selection
is good to display motionless images.
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■ FTP Client Setup
3. E-Mail Notice Setup
• Select ON or OFF for E-mail Notice.
ON: Sends an e-mail when an alarm operates.
OFF: Does not send.
• Enter the e-mail server address.
A hostname.domainname can be entered
when using the DNS function.
• Enter the sender name. The default setting is
NW_camera.
• Select ON or OFF for Attach Image.
ON: Attaches the image data to an e-mail.
OFF: Does not attach.
• Click the SET & REBOOT button.
• Enter a maximum of 4 destination addresses,
and click the SET button.
• Click the DEL (delete) button after selecting an
unwanted destination to cancel it.
Image files can be transferred to the FTP server within
the scheduled time zone.
4. Recording Setup
The image fields are stored before and after the
alarm input in the memories of the camera.
• Set the image frame numbers for the pre
recording (0 – 20) and post recording (1 – 20).
• Set the recording rate (fps: frame per second).
Rates for Before: 1/10, 1/5, 1/3, 1/2, 1, 2, 3.3, 5
Rates for After: 1/10, 1/5, 1/3, 1/2, 1, 2, 3.3, 5,
10
• Click the SET&REBOOT button.
5. Panasonic Protocol Setup
• Select ON or OFF.
ON: Sends alarm notice mails to the customized destinations.
OFF: Does not send.
• Enter the destination port. The port number is
exclusively assigned to this function, and
any other usage is not allowed.
• Enter the retry times from 1 to 25.
• Click the SET button.
• Enter a maximum of 8 destination IP addresses, and click the SET button.
• Click the DEL (delete) button after selecting an
unwanted destination to cancel it.
1. Open the FTP Client Setup window.
2. Common Setup
• Enter the FTP server address.
A hostname.domainname can be entered
when using the DNS function.
• Enter the user name with a maximum of 16
characters.
• Enter the password with a maximum of 16
characters.
• Select a transmission mode from Sequential or
Passive. Passive is recommended when
Sequential does not perform properly.
• Complete the schedule 1 and 2, by specifying
the transmission time zone and the day of a
week.
6. External Terminal Output Setup
The alarm output is supplied from the terminal on
the rear of the camera.
• Select a signal type that the connected device
accepts.
Pulse: Holds active status during the specified
time width.
Latch: Holds active status until it is reset manually.
• Enter pulse width (n x 100 milli-seconds) if you
selected Pulse. A number from 1 to 100 is
allowed.
• Click the SET&REBOOT button.
3. None Alarm (FTP) Image Transmission Setup
• Select ON or OFF to transmit ordinary image
files except during an alarm event.
ON: Transmits files when a scheduled time
comes.
OFF: Does not transmit, and no schedule is
applied.
• Enter a receiver directory.
7. Alarm Reset
• Click the ALARM RESET button to cancel the
activated alarm.
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■ User Setup
• Enter a file name and click a radio button.
Fix: Uses repeatedly a single file name when
overwriting new data.
Date & Time: Creates and attaches a serial
number and a date-and-time to the
entered file name.
• Set a transmission interval.
Available time (seconds): 0.2 - 0.9, 1 - 1 440
Available time (minutes): 1 - 1 440
Notes:
• Transmission interval may be delayed depending on the network speed and/or traffic conditions.
• The alarm image precedes the non-alarm
image in transmission to the FTP server. The
non-alarm image may not be sent when alarm
activations frequently arise.
4. Alarm (FTP) Image Transmission Setup
The alarm setup window specifies the profile of the
transmitting files such as the numbers of files and
the frame rate (fps).
• Select ON or OFF to transmit the image files.
ON: Transmits the files when an alarm operates.
OFF: Does not transmit.
• Enter a receiver directory.
• Enter a file name.
5. Click the SET & REBOOT button.
6. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
1. Open the User Setup window.
2. User Registration
• Enter to 16 characters of user name. The
default setting is “admin”.
• Enter a password. The default setting is a
blank.
• Enter a password again.
• Select an access level, and click the SET button.
1 (Administrator): Allows you to operate
setup menus and to view live and recorded images.
2 (Live Only): Allows you to view live and
recorded images.
3. User Authentication
• Select ON or OFF, and click the SET button.
ON: applies the user authentication.
OFF: does not apply.
• Click the Delete button after selecting an
unwanted user name to cancel it.
Note: You cannot change admin and level 1
that are registered as the default settings
while the password entry is allowed.
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■ Host Setup
■ System Setup
Note: Never turn over the order: start with the host registration, and then proceed to the authentication
ON/OFF.
1. Open the System Setup window.
2. Time Adjustment
• Enter the month, date, year, and time.
1. Open the Host Setup window.
2. Host Registration
• Enter the IP address of the PC.
A hostname.domainname can be entered
when using the DNS function.
• Select an access level, and click the SET button. The default setting is level 1.
1 (Administrator): Allows you to operate
setup menus and to view live and recorded images.
2 (Live Only): Allows you to view live and
recorded images.
3. LED control
• Select ON or OFF.
ON: Enables the LED to indicate the communication status at the rear panel of the camera.
OFF: Disables the LED to indicate the status.
4. Click the SET & REBOOT button.
3. Host Authentication
• Select ON or OFF, and click the SET button.
ON: Applies the host authentication.
OFF: Does not apply.
• Click the Delete button after selecting an
unwanted host name to cancel it.
• Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
Notes:
• The host authentication will be carried out first,
and the user authentication will be the next if
both are set to ON.
• All users will become level 2 if both the host
and the user authentications are set to OFF.
• A host unregistered will be unable to access
the camera.
• Never turn over the order: start with the host
registration, and then proceed to the authentication ON/OFF.
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INITIALIZING
You can reset the following data back to the factory
default settings.
Camera Setup
Setup Menu (PC oriented)
HTML files
■ Initializing the Camera Menu
• Move the cursor to CAMERA RESET.
• Hold down simultaneously L and M buttons for
2 seconds on the camera, or click the All Reset
button on your computer display.
■ Initializing the Setup Menu
• In the power-on state, press the side panel buttons,
J and K simultaneously while holding down the
rear panel button A.
Hold down the button A for 6 seconds. It will take
about 10 seconds to complete the initializing.
Note: Clock calibration is required even after initializing the setup menu.
■ Initializing HTML Files
• In the power-on state, press the side panel buttons,
J and K simultaneously while holding down the
rear panel button B.
Hold down the button B for 6 seconds. It will take
about 10 seconds to complete the initializing.
Note: Never press both the buttons A and B at a time.
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VIEWING PICTURES
■ Image Quality Selection
■ Still Picture Storage to the PC
1. Click the Setup Menu button in the main page.
The Network Setup window opens.
The camera picture can be saved as a still image in
your PC.
1. Move the cursor to the picture area in the screen,
and right-click to select “Save As”.
2. Enter a file name that is given to the picture, and
specify the storage place in the dialog box.
2. Click the Image button in the menu bar lined on top
of the screen.
The Image Setup window appears.
3. Click Save.
3. Select the parameters.
Refresh Interval: Fast, Middle, Slow, Very Slow
Image Capture Size (pixels): 640x480, 640x240*,
320x240, 160x120
Quality of Image: Super Fine, Fine, Normal, Rough
Bandwidth Control (kbps): 32, 64, 128, 256, 512,
1 024, Unlimited
*: The 640 x 240 selection is good to display moving
images without aliasing, while 640 x 480 selection
is good to display motionless images.
4. Click the SET & REBOOT button.
It will take about 5 seconds to set the new parameters and reboot the camera.
5. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
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■ Monochrome Mode
Notes:
• Switching to black-and-white will be disabled e
in the following cases.
1. The camera setup menu is displayed.
(Click Menu OFF.)
2. EXT is set for B/W in the special menu.
(Select other than EXT.)
• AUTO1 will perform if AUTO is set in this
menu, although in the special menu AUTO2 is
set for B/W.
You can switch the camera between the color mode
and black-and-white mode. This may help picture
become clear under conditions of insufficient lighting.
1. In the main page, click the Camera Menu button.
2. The Day & Night button appears in the lower-left of
the screen.
ON: Selects black-and-white mode.
OFF: Selects color mode.
AUTO: Selects color mode when picture is bright
enough, or black-and-white mode when it is
dark.
3. Click ENTER.
4. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
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ALARM FUNCTIONS
When an alarm sounds, the camera performs output
functions depending on the setup.
When pre-alarm file is set to 20
Inputs:
• The alarm sensor connected to the ALARM IN terminal on the camera
• The built-in VMD (Video Motion Detector) that
detects a motion in video by monitoring the specified area
Outputs:
• “Alarm” display appears in the upper right corner
of the main page.
• The picture files as an alarm sounds are stored in
the camera.
• An e-mail notifies the specified addresses of the
alarm activation with or without a picture file.
• The stored picture files are sent to the FTP server.
• The ALARM OUT terminal on the camera becomes
active.
• The notice of an alarm activation is sent to the server specified in Panasonic Protocol Setup, using the
Panasonic's original protocol.
Picture quality
Fine Normal
Pixel
numbers
Super fine
640 x 480
45
71
93
109
640 x 240
111
162
206
238
320 x 240
242
344
433
496
160 x 120
242
344
433
496
Rough
When pre-alarm file is set to none
■ When an Alarm Arises
• “Alarm” display appears in the upper right corner
of the main page. The alarm status display may
delay for a maximum of half a minute due to its
refresh cycle.
Picture Quality
Fine Normal
Pixel
numbers
Super Fine
640 x 480
65
91
113
129
640 x 240
131
182
226
258
320 x 240
262
364
453
516
160 x 120
262
364
453
516
Rough
• A mail can be sent to a maximum of four addresses, with or without attached picture file.
A mail contains: the camera name, time & date of
occurrence, cause of event, and the reference
addresses to the stored pictures as follows.
The number of stored alarm pictures: e.g., 472
URL of the picture: http//(Camera IP address)/
ALMxxxx_00.jpg
Notes:
• “xxxx” stands for the event number, and “00” for
the picture number.
• A picture numbered “00” will be automatically
attached to the mail.
• Enter “39” instead of “00” in the address bar if you
wish to view #40 picture.
• There may be cases where you cannot access the
images notified by the mail when new alarm activations took place after having sent the mail.
• The pictures as an alarm sounds are stored in the
memories of the camera.
The total storage number of the pictures depends
on three factors: pixel numbers, picture quality,
and the number of pre-alarm storage. The existing
oldest data will be replaced with new picture data
when the data volume exceeds over the memory
capacity. The tables below outline the available
picture numbers as the post-alarm storage .
■ Transferring Picture Files
• The picture files stored as pre- and post-alarm can
be sent to the designated FTP server.
• A picture file attached to a mail can be sent to the
specified mail addresses.
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■ Canceling Alarm Display
3. Move the cursor to CAMERAO and click ENTER.
** CAM SETUP ** appears.
“Alarm” display in the upper right corner will disappear
when you operate the following.
• Click the Return button after once opening Alarm
List.
Or
• Click the Return button after opening any of setup
menus.
■ VMD Setup
You can setup VMD (video Motion Detector).
● Detection Area Setup
1. In the main page, click the Camera Menu button.
The menu control buttons appear under the image
display area.
4. Move the cursor to MOTION DET and turn it to ON
with the right or left button, and click ENTER.
The ** MOTION DETECT ** appears.
2. Click the Menu ON button.
** SET UP ** will be overlaid on the camera picture.
5. Move the cursor to MASK SETO, and click the
ENTER.
Detection map is split into 48 areas with status indications for each.
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■ Reviewing Alarm Pictures
Transparency: Indicates a non-masked area that
has been incorporated into the detection area.
The alarm pictures stored in the camera can be
reviewed on the PC.
1. In the main page, click the Alarm List button.
Blink: Indicates a non-masked area when the cursor is on it.
Highlight: Indicates a masked area that has been
exempted from detection.
Stripe: Indicates an area already set to masked
when the cursor is on it.
6. Move the cursor to an area, and click ENTER.
• The area will change from blinking to highlighted
(masked), and then to striping.
• The striping area will change to blinking (nonmasked).
7. Repeat step 6 until all areas are set.
8. Click the ESC button to return to the ** MOTION
DETECT ** menu.
9. VMD demonstration
• To confirm the alarm output function, move the
cursor to ALARM, and turn it to ON.
• Move the cursor to DISPLAY MODEO, and
click ENTER.
The demonstration starts, and the areas will
blink where motion is detected.
2. Click the desired event in the list.
The events can be stored in chronological order
from 1 up to 100, and the oldest event will be
erased when the new one is added.
Blinking
The event followed by an icon contains picture
file(s).
• Click ENTER to return to the ** MOTION
DETECT ** menu.
10. Move the cursor to Level, and adjust the detection
level, moving the "I" cursor with the right or left button.
11. Repeat step 9 and step 10 to obtain a proper level
setting.
12. To return to ** CAM SETUP **, move the cursor to
RET, and click ENTER.
To return to the main page, click the Menu OFF
button, then the Return button.
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■ Resetting Alarm
3. The selected picture is displayed, and the alarm
image control panel appears on the bottom of the
screen. The title of the control panel is followed by
a fraction indicating the number of the displayed
picture and total number for the event.
You can reset the alarm output functions being activated.
1. In the main page, click the Setup Menu button.
Picture #/ Total
2. Click the Alarm button to open the Alarm Setup
menu. In the menu, scroll down the screen to its
end.
4. Use the buttons to control pictures.
First: Displays the initial picture in the event.
Previous: Displays the previous picture.
Alarm Event: Displays the picture recorded when
the alarm was input.
Next: Displays the next picture.
Last: Displays the final picture in the event.
5. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
Notes:
• You may need to click the “Reload” button on the
browser when the selected picture does not
appear due to a newly arisen event that replaces
the picture data.
• You may need to re-enter the camera address into
the address bar of the browser when the buttons
do not work properly.
• Re-enter the camera address into the address bar
and start again from step 1, when the selected picture does not appear though the event is followed
by the icon in the list.
3. Click the ALARM RESET button.
4. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
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AUXILIARY OUTPUT CONTROL
■ Auxiliary Output Control
You can turn on or off the connected device, for example a lamp that is connected to the AUX OUT terminal
of the camera.
1. Open the auxiliary output control window clicking
the AUX Output Control button in the main page.
2. Select the polarity to switch on or off the connected
device.
High: Supplies high voltage.
Low: Supplies low voltage.
3. Click the EXE button.
4. Click the Return button to go back to the main
page.
Note: The initial state is HIGH when the camera is
turned on.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
No picture is displayed.
Cannot access the camera from the
browser.
HTML documents are not displayed.
What to do
Reference page
• Is the AC adapter firmly plugged in to the outlet?
• Are the POWER IN terminals on the camera connected with
the AC adapter properly?
• Is the lens cap removed?
• Is the video cable or network cable connected properly?
10
10
• Are the network cables connected properly?
• Is the status indicator lamp of the network connection terminal lighting?
If not, the network connection is not established or the other
devices are not in operation.
• Is a valid IP address set for the camera?
• Are you connecting to a wrong IP address?
Open the command prompt on your PC and enter:
>ping (enter here the IP address set for the camera).
If the camera replies, the connection is correct.
If not, set the correct IP address to your PC and/or to the
camera.
• HTML files in the camera might be broken. Initializing is
required.
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10, 11
10, 11
7
12
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SPECIFICATIONS
General
Ambient Operating Temperature:
Ambient Operating Humidity:
Power Source and Power Consumption:
Dimensions (without lens):
Weight (without lens):
Network Section
Image Resolution:
Image Process:
Image Refreshing Rate:
Traffic Control:
Protocol Supported:
OS Applicable:
Browser Applicable:
Camera Section
Pick-up Device:
Scanning Area:
Scanning:
Horizontal:
Vertical:
Synchronization:
Video Output:
Horizontal Resolution:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Dynamic Range:
Minimum Illumination:
Gain Control:
White Balance:
Aperture:
Sense Up:
Super Dynamic2:
Electronic Light Control:
Lens Mount:
ALC Lens:
Control Terminals:
–10 °C - +50 °C (14 °F - 122 °F)
Less than 90 %
12 V DC, 700 mA
70 mm (W) x 65 mm (H) x 118 mm (D)
2-3/4” (W) x 2-5/8” (H) x 4-5/8” (D)
0.51 kg (1.1 lbs.)
640x480, 640x240, 320x240, 160x120 pixel
JPEG (quality selectable Super Fine/ Fine/ Normal/ Rough)
Fast/ Middle/ Slow/ Very Slow
32 kbps, 64 kbps, 128 kbps, 256 kbps, 512 kbps, 1 024 kbps, Unlimited
TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, and DNS
Windows 98 SE, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows ME, or
Windows XP
Internet Explorer 5.01 SP2, 5.5, 5.5 SP2, 6.0, or
Netscape Communicator 4.73, 4.78
771 (H) x 492 (V) pixels, Interline Transfer CCD
4.8 (H) x 3.6 (V) mm (Equivalent to scanning area of 1/3” pick-up tube)
525 lines/60 fields/30 frames
15.734 kHz
59.94 Hz
Internal, or Multiplexed Vertical Drive (VD2)
1.0 V[p-p] NTSC composite 75 Ω/BNC connector
480 lines (C/L), 570 lines (B/W)
50 dB (Equivalent to AGC Off, Weight On)
46 dB
0.8 lx (0.08 footcandle) at F1.4 (C/L), 0.1 lx (0.01 footcandle) at F1.4
(B/W)
ON (DNR-H), ON (DNR-L) or OFF (SET UP MENU) selectable
ATW1, ATW2 or AWC (SET UP MENU) selectable
Set Variable (SET UP MENU)
OFF, AUTO (x2, x4, x6, x10), FIX (x2, x4, x6, x10, x16, x32)
ON or OFF (SET UP MENU) selectable
1/60 (OFF), 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1 000,1/2 000, 1/4 000, 1/10 000 s
selectable
CS-mount (supplied with C-mount adapter)
DC or Video selectable
Alarm In: Pulled-up to 3.3V DC,
OFF (Open or 2 V DC – 12 V DC)/ ON (0 V 0.4 mA)
Alarm Out: Collector-output,
OFF (Open or 4 V DC – 5 V DC)/ ON (≤ 1 V 50 mA) Pulse/
Latch selectable
Auxiliary Out: Collector-output,
OFF (Open or 4 V DC – 5 V DC)/ ON (≤ 1 V 50 mA)
Day/Night In: Pulled-up to 5 V DC,
OFF (Open) / ON (0 V 0.2 mA)
Weights and dimensions indicated are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES
Body Cap .............................................................................. 1 pc.
ALC Lens Connector (YFE4191J100) ................................... 1 pc.
CD-ROM (PDF Manual Contained) ....................................... 1 pc.
C-mount Adapter ................................................................... 1 pc.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Lenses : WV-LA2R8C3B, WV-LA4R5C3B, WV-LA9C3B, WV-LA210C3, WV-LA408C3 WV-LA908C3, WV-LZ61/10, WVLZ61/15, WV-LZA61/2, WV-LZ62/2, WV-LZ62/8, WV-LF4R5C3A, WV-LF9C3A, WV-LZF61/2
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Panasonic Digital Communications & Security Company
Unit Company of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Security Systems
www.panasonic.com/cctv
Executive Office: One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Zone Office
Eastern: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303
Central: 1707 N.Randal Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5205
Western: 6550 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 373-7840
2002
© Matsushita Communication Industrial Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
PANASONIC CANADA INC.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga,
Ontario, L4W 2T3 Canada (905)624-5010
PANASONIC SALES COMPANY
DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC OF PUERTO RICO INC.
San Gabriel Industrial Park 65th Infantry Ave. KM. 9.5 Carolina,
P.R. 00985 (809)750-4300
N1002-1112
3TR001281BAB
Printed in Japan
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