PANASONIC NetworkCamera

PANASONIC NetworkCamera
See there
When You Can't Be There
Network Cameras
General Catalog
See there
When You Can't Be There
Special Events
Watch Your Pets
To allow owners to check the condition of their pets
while traveling.
Other room
Cell Phone
BL-WV10A
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With these Panasonic Network Cameras you can monitor
your home or office from a web browser, save images in the
camera's internal memory, and automatically email images
directly from the camera.
They are easy to operate and require no additional software
for your PC.
Each offers different capabilities for your changing needs,
but they all offer potential peace of mind. By connecting
these cameras to an Ethernet or Wireless Network, using
an Internet browser and typing in the camera’s web
address, you can view motion video over the Internet
through the Network Camera, even if there are no
computers near the camera.
Management
For checking or displaying in-store conditions
during sales or special events.
Shopping Mall
Parking
BB-HNP11A
*Optional stand allows vertical positioning.
BB-HGW700A
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Monitoring and Control from a PC or
Cell Phone
Network
Camera
A built-in Web server lets you view images and
remotely control the camera from your PC or cell
phone, over a LAN network or the Internet. The
network camera is easy to set up, by simply
following the instructions on the included set-up CD.
System expansion is easy too, thanks to a variety of
Using a cell phone
away from the office
r
In t e n e t
Network Camera
Management System
interfaces that let you add the functions you need
to meet your needs. Panasonic's total system
approach includes everything you might want,
such as recording software, a TV adaptor, and a
service called Viewnetcam that lets you create
personalized Web addresses.
To show the progress
of an event, or to show
the event to people
who could not attend.
To allow a business
owner to move
effectively manage
their business.
To allow pet owners
to check the
condition of
their pets while
traveling.
Using a mobile PC
To allow a concerned
individual to check up
on loved ones.
Using a desktop PC
in the office
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Example of Remote Monitoring over the Internet
Network camera
Viewnetcam
Network server
Cell phone
Router*1
Internet
Modem, etc.*1
Network camera
*To use the network camera, the network must always be
connected to the Internet through a broadband connection
(DSL or Cable For example).
*1 When using a modem or router, uPnP or firewall settings
may be required.
*Notes regarding remote monitoring over the Internet
• A global IP address assigned by the Internet service
provider is necessary. If the connection uses PPPoE, the
camera must be connected via an appropriate router.
• When connection is made through the Internet, it is
necessary to allow access to the camera from the Internet
side by setting the router’s port forwarding function (also
called “Static IP Masquerade,” “Port Transfer,” “DMZ” or
“Virtual Server” by some manufacturers or in some
models).
Refer to the manual provided with the router.
*Although the number of cameras that can be connected to
the network depends only on physical limits, the operating
requirements must be satisfied in each camera installation.
(Each network camera requires its own power supply.)
PC
Direction Connection to PC
Example of Monitoring over an Intranet
Wireless
IEEE802.11b/g wireless
access point
Network camera
Ethernet
switching
hub
Network camera
Network camera
Intranet
IIEEE802.11b/g
wireless
connection
Ethernet
switching
hub
Network camera
PC
PC
PC
* In the case of a cabled LAN, use an Ethernet cable (Category-5 straight cable).
(Each network camera needs its own power supply.)
*In the case of a wireless connection, a wireless LAN card that
supports Infrastructure mode is required.
*In the case of a cabled connection, use an Ethernet cable
(Category-5 cross cable).
(Each network camera needs its own power supply.)
Easy Monitoring of Still Images Using a Cell Phone
Easy Monitoring of Moving Images Using a Remote Control at Home
Wireless
By connecting your cell phone*1 to the Internet, you can view still pictures
captured by the network camera. You can also control the pan and tilt*2, preset,
and zoom*3 functions directly from the cell phone.
Image from the BB-HCM381A displayed on a cell phone
Network camera
Internet
Direct monitoring
and control
via the Internet
TV
Resolution switching*4
IEEE802.11b/g
wireless
connection
By pressing the "0" dial key for resolution switching, the screen
image resolution can be changed between 160 x 120 and
320 x 240.
TV Adoptor
Remote
Control
• A home security monitoring system that lets you monitor network camera
images on a TV screen for enhanced home safety and security.
*1 • The cell phone must be equipped with a Web browser and support JPEG.
• In some cell phone models, functions, performance and image quality may be limited.
• Some cell phone models may not connect to the camera or display images.
• With some cell phone models, the refresh process in each operation may be restricted (failure of
continuous refreshing) due to terminal specifications.
• If the network camera is set with the authentication/verification function, it cannot be accessed by
some cell phone models.
• In some cell phone models, resolution switching may not be possible due to memory capacity
restrictions.
*2 To minimize the packet communication for connect fees, the angle change in each operation is larger
from a cell phone than from a PC.
*3 This function is available in the BB-HCM381A and KX-HCM280A.
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* Firmware upgrade may be necessary.
For details, see http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/
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Network
Camera
Outstanding Features with Built-in Quality
New CCD Sensor Enhances
Image Expression
The BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A and
HCM381A series features a CCD for sharp image
expression. The image refreshing speed (maximum)
has been increased from 15 images/sec to 30 images/
sec* for smoother displays of moving images.
Color Night View Mode
42x Zoom Function
Bring Any Image Right Up Close
A Bright View Even in Dark Places
Equipped with a 42x zoom function (a 21x optical
zoom and a 2x digital zoom), the camera lets you
zoom in and out in to view objects that are close or
far away.
You can view your subject in color even when the
surrounding area is dimly lit.
Brightened view of
minimum illumination
Ordinary camera view
Normal (1x) view
*Image Resolution: 320 x 240 or 160 x 120.
Multi-Camera Setup Supported
A multi-camera system lets you simultaneously
view the images from up to four cameras on a
single browser screen. This can be done on an
ordinary PC, without having to install any special
software or make any settings.
The BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A and
HCM381A also let you do the following:
Simultaneous monitoring of images using up to
four network cameras. Images from up to four
camera units can be assigned as a group, and the
monitor display can be switched to any of three
image groups. Simultaneous display of images
from up to 12 camera units without voice reception.
View with 21x magnification
(optical zoom)
View with 42x magnification
(2x digital zoom)
*The image quality may be slightly lowered by the digital zoom.
*Applicable model: BB-HCM381A/KX-HCM280A (Firmware upgrade
may be required).
*The image tends to blur more than that in standard mode when
viewing a moving subject in low light or when using the pan, tilt,
or zoom function. (Minimum illumination: BB-HCM381A, KXHCM280A: 0.09 lux, BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A: 0.2 lux)
*Some subjects may require additional time for focusing with the
Auto Focus function.
*When viewing a dark subject in Color Night View mode, spots of
white or colored light may appear in the image. This is a natural
characteristic of the CCD image sensor, and does not indicate a
malfunction.
*Applicable model: BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A and
HCM381A/KX-HCM280A
Two-Way Voice Communications Supported*
Use of the built-in microphone and a separately purchased amp-equipped speaker enables two-way voice
communication (transceiver system) between the network camera and a PC used to monitor the camera
image. In addition to conventional monitoring of images and sound, voice messages can be transmitted
from the PC to the network camera. Voice transmission and reception can be switched easily from the PC
used to monitor the image.
Head office
Supermarket
Microphone
Speaker
PC
Network
camera
Internet
Router
Router
Widen the
aisle a
little
more,
please.
SALE
SALE
SALE
SALE
Does the sales
corner look OK?
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SAL
Microphone
Speaker
*This function can be used with a PC only. It cannot be used with a cell phone. To hear the voice transmitted from the PC, a commercially
available speaker with a built-in amp must be installed. The transceiver system does not allow simultaneous transmission and reception of
voices. The BB-HCM311A may require a version upgrade if you use under IPv6.
The BB-HCM381A has no built-in microphone, a separately purchased external microphone must be required.
For the latest information, visit Panasonic's support Web site (http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/).
Alarm-Controlled and Timer-Controlled Image Transfer Functions
The Alarm-Controlled Image Transfer function uses
a commercially available external Sensor or switch
and sends the image only when there is an action
such as turning on the light or opening the door.
The Timer-Controlled Image Transfer function
automatically transmits images according to the set
time zone and the day of the week. These
convenient functions eliminate your need to
constantly check the image.
*When e-mail function is used to transfer images or messages, e-mail
transmission may not be possible in some cases due to the mail
server authentication system (SMTP authentication, etc.) used by
your Internet service provider.
*The image transfer functions can be used only with a PC. With a
cell phone, only the e-mail transmission function can be used.
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FTP transfer
Alarm-controlled
image transfer
Door sensor
Action such as opening of
a door triggers image
acquisition operation.
E-mail transmission
Internet
Timer-controlled
image transfer
Periodic acquisition
of images in a
store, etc.
Server
Versatile Monitoring from a PC
Sample Monitoring Image with the KX-HCM280A Web Browser
You can view the network camera images on your
PC, compatible cell phone, or PDA via the Internet.
A variety of functions also let you control the
camera right from there devices.
1 Pan Scan (Horizontal Movement)
The Pan Scan function moves the camera
continuously right and left.
2 Tilt Scan (Vertical Movement)
The Tilt Scan function moves the camera
continuously up and down.
3 Remote Pan and Tilt
This function lets you change the direction of the
camera by remote control, using a Web browser.
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2
3
4
5
6
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Wide-Range Pan and Tilt
This function lets you monitor a larger area than is normally
possible with a single camera.
BB-HCM311A/HCM331A/HCM371A
pan and tilt movement
6 Focus Control
Using the Web browser, you can automatically or
manually adjust the camera's focus.
High-Speed Pan and Tilt
The high-speed function lets you change the direction quickly to
view moving subjects.
BB-HCM381A/KX-HCM280A pan and tilt movement
Ceiling mounted
*Applicable model: BB-HCM381A/KX-HCM280A
Platform mounted
Pan (displayable range: 173° maximum)
Tilt (displayable range: 105° maximum)
Pan (displayable range: 165° maximum)
Tilt (displayable range: 78° maximum)
4 Home Position
This function returns the camera shooting position
to a pre-registered home position.
5 Zoom Function
Using the Web browser, you can operate the camera
lens to increase or decrease the magnification.
Pan (350° maximum)
Tilt (90° maximum)
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BL-C10A/C30A
pan and tilt movement
Pan (350° maximum)
Tilt (120° maximum)
Standard SD Memory Card Slot
BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A and HCM381A Monitoring
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3
4
Image recording function
*Voices cannot be recorded.
8 Click Centering
Using a Web browser, you can simply click on the
part of the image you want to see, and automatically
bring that part to the center of the screen.
*Applicable model: BB-HCM381A/KX-HCM280A
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Images captured by the network camera can be
recorded directly onto an SD Memory Card (sold
separately).
7 Preset Positions
You can register up to eight shooting positions in
advance, to aim the camera exactly where you
want it.
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3 Listen button
: Produces the sound captured by the
microphone connected to the network camera.
Clicking on this button mutes the sound.
: Sound is muted.
: By using the microphone of the PC, voice can
be transmitted to the speaker connected to the
network camera. Clicking on this button pauses
voice transmission.
: Voice transmission is paused. Clicking on this
button resumes voice transmission.
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4 Sound level adjustment bar
(for adjusting the received voice level only)
• Number of Recording Files per SD Memory Card
(Image Quality: Standard)
SD Memory
Card
Model No.
1GB
(RP-SDK01GT1A)
512MB
(RP-SDK512J1A)
256MB
(RP-SDK256N1A)
128MB
(RP-SD128BL1A)
64MB
(RP-SD064BL1A)
Resolution
640 x 480
320 x 240
Approx. 33KB/file Approx. 16KB/file
Approx.
Approx.
29,000 Images
58,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
14,000 Images
29,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
7,000 Images
14,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
2,000 Images
7,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
1,000 Images
3,000 Images
160 x 120
Approx. 5KB/file
Approx.
180,000 Images
Approx.
94,000 Images
Approx.
47,000 Images
Approx.
23,000 Images
Approx.
11,000 Images
*The operation of SD Memory Cards not listed above cannot be guaranteed.
The BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, and HCM371A highspeed pan and tilt functions offer a maximum rotation
speed of 80°/sec. (BB-HCM381A Pan: Max. 300°/sec,
Tilt: Max. 200°/sec) These functions can be operated
from a PC or cell phone to quickly change the camera
direction.
1 Snapshot button
Captures a still image and saves it on the PC.
2 Talk button
Put the cursor on the slider and move it to adjust
the sound level. The sound level increases when it
is moved to the right, and decreases when it is
moved to the left.
5 Alarm position
Used to register up to two directions to which the
camera moves when an alarm (separately
purchased) is detected.
6 External output
Used to control the I/O connector output signal.
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IPv6-Ready
IPsec Supported
High security achieved
IPsec is a technology used to encrypt data packets in order to prevent
eavesdropping by third parties. When combined with a conventional
authentication function based on user names and passwords, IPsec offers
enhanced security.
IPv6 Ready Logo*1
Supports IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
Third party
Preventing eavesdropped
data from being decoded
Our new network cameras allow the use of a virtually unlimited number of IP
addresses*2 by supporting IPv6, a next-generation protocol. IPv6 uses
IPsec*3 encryption technology, which has more robust security than IPv4,
thus assuring safer data exchange. The IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack feature enables
you to use IPv4 at the present and switch over to IPv6 in the future.
*1 This logo mark is issued by the IPv6 Ready Logo Program Committee, an IPv6 promotion group
established mainly by the IPv6 Forum.
*2 An IP address is a unique number assigned to each user so that the user can be identified on the Internet.
Network camera
Camera
image
Authorized
user
Internet
Decoding
*3 IPsec is an IP security protocol for data encryption standardized by IETF, an international community
devoted to the standardization of Internet specifications.
Viewnetcam.com gives you a personal web address where you can view live
images from your camera on the Internet!
The Viewnetcam service allows you to create a personal web address
(e.g.,http://bob.viewnetcam.com) at which your camera's live image can be
found on the Internet.
Access www.viewnetcam.com for registration information.
For more information
Viewnetcam Web Site
Panasonic Network Camera Web Site
Mounting (Indoor Type)
www.viewnetcam.com
www.panasonic.com/netcam
Mounting (Outdoor Type)
Ceilling
Wall
Wall
Ceilling
Wired
Type
Desk Top
Desk Top
Ceilling
Wireless
Type
Part Names and Terminals
BB-HCM311A
Lens
KX-HCM280A/BB-HCM381A
Stand mounting
section
Lens cover
SD Memory
Card slot
AC adaptor
connector
External microphone
input terminal
Lens cover
Lens
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
KX-HCM280A
BB-HCM371A
Lens
cover
Lens
Stand mounting
section
RESET
button
SD Memory
Card slot
Factory
Default
Button
Microphone
Indicator
I/O connector
(2 Inputs/1 Outputs)
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
Video Output
*The photo shows the camera unit without the cover.
BB-HCM331A
AC adaptor
connector
I/O connector
Audio output terminal
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
I/O connector
Factory
Default
Button
Stand/tripod
mounting section
Microphone
Indicator
Factory Default
Button
AC adaptor
connector
I/O connector
AC adaptor
connector
External
microphone
input terminal
Audio output
terminal
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
Stand/tripod
mounting section
*The photo shows the camera unit without the cover.
Video Output
Microphone Input/Speaker Output
BB-HCM381A
BL-C10A/C30A
Antenna
Antenna
Stand mounting section
RESET
button
SD Memory
Card slot
Factory
Default
Button
I/O connector
Microphone
Indicator
Ceiling Bracket
Installation Mount
AC adaptor
connector
Tripod
Mount
External
microphone
input terminal
Audio output
terminal
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
Stand/tripod
mounting section
*The photo shows the camera unit without the cover.
Tripod
Mount
Wireless/
Wires
switch
Human
Detection
Sensor
Lens ON/OFF
Switch
BL-C10A
Ethernet AC Adaptor
Ethernet AC Adaptor
connector Terminal
connector Terminal
(10/100Base(10/100BaseT(X))
T(X))
BL-C30A
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Network
Camera
A Wide Line-up to Match Your Needs
BB-HCM311A
BB-HCM371A
IPv6-READY
INDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
• IPv6 Ready
• 2-way Voice
communications
• New CCD Image Sensor
• Standard SD Memory Card
Recording
• IPsec Supported
• 0.2 lux Color night View
Mode
IPv6-READY
OUTDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
WIRELESS
• IPv6 Ready
• IEEE 802.11 b/g Wireless
• 2-way Voice
communications
• New CCD Image Sensor
• Standard SD Memory Card
Recording
• IPsec Supported
• 0.2 lux Color night
View Mode
• Splash Resistant
Body
BB-HCM331A
BB-HCM381A
IPv6-READY
OUTDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
• IPv6 Ready
• 2-way Voice
communications
• New CCD Image Sensor
• Standard SD Memory Card
Recording
• IPsec Supported
• 0.2 lux Color night View
Mode
• Splash Resistant
Body
IPv6-READY
INDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
ZOOM
• IPv6 Ready
• 21x Optical Zoom
• 2-way Voice
communications
• New CCD Image Sensor
• Standard SD Memory Card
Recording
• IPsec Supported
• 0.09 lux Color
night View Mode
BL-C10A
INDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
• Plug and Play Installation
(UPnP)
• Pan/Tilt Controls with
Presets
• Privacy Button
• Integrated Thermal Sensor
• Compact Size
• Alarm via Email
• Administrator Controls
KX-HCM280A
INDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
ZOOM
• 21x optical zoom
• CCD image sensor
• Analog video output
• 0.09 lux night view mode
• Up to 30 frames per
second
• External I/O
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BL-C30A
INDOOR USE
PAN/TILT
WIRELESS
• 802.11b/g Wireless
• Plug and Play Installation
(UPnP)
• Pan/Tilt Controls with
Presets
• Privacy Button
• Integrated Thermal Sensor
• Compact Size
• Alarm via Email
• Administrator Controls
TV
Adaptor
BL-WV10A
Network
Camera
Recoder
*Optional stand allows vertical positioning.
Easy to Set Up and Watch on TV
Just connect the video cable to a TV to watch the camera images on the TV
screen. You can easily set up the BL-C30* wireless camera any place you
want, and there aren’t any cables to get in your way.
*The network camera needs its own power supply.
Change the camera direction by remote control (Pan/Tilt)
You can move the camera lens in the direction you want to see by pressing the
cursor key on the remote control. This simple remote control lets you operate
the camera right from the TV, without having to go all the way to where the
camera is.
A warning buzzer informs you when a person is detected
The camera is equipped with a "person sensor" that detects people by changes
in temperature. When someone approaches the area, a buzzer sounds to
inform anybody who is near the TV.
The camera images can be easily recorded
By inserting an SD Memory Card into the unit, the camera images can be
recorded onto the card. The recorded images can then be displayed on the TV
by remote control operation.
BB-HNP11A
Recording or playing Images with Audio
The program lets you use a PC at a distant location for recording and playing
back images with voices captured by the BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A
and HCM381A network cameras connected to the LAN or Internet. With the
recording of both image and sound, you can “feel” the ambience that cannot
be expressed by images alone. The program permits simultaneous recording
of images captured by multiple network cameras.
*Images and voices captured by the BB-HCM311A, HCM331A, HCM371A and HCM381A camera can be
recorded while two-way voice communication is carried out between the BB-HCM311A, HCM331A,
HCM371A and HCM381A camera and the PC. When images with voices are recorded, the frame rate may
decrease in some cases.
*Use of the program may cause voice transmission to be interrupted or moving images to stop in some
cases, depending on the PC’s performance and the network environment.
Motion Detection Recording and Timer Recording
The program is equipped with a motion detection recording function which
activates recording only when people or other moving objects are detected and
a timer recording function which starts and stops recording at specified times.
These two functions can be combined so that the motion detection recording
function is activated during a specified time period. In addition, the timer
recording function allows up to ten settings for each camera, so different
recording start and stop schedules can be set for weekdays and weekends.
*The detection sensitivity level of the motion-activated recording function varies depending on the
camera resolution, image quality setting, subject condition, network conditions and other factors.
*Voices cannot be recorded.
The lens can be blocked when no monitoring is desired
When there is no need to monitor the location, you can simply block the
camera lens.
Connect and operate up to eight cameras
This single unit can connect and operate as many as eight different cameras.
Display up to four camera images at once
Simple camera settings are made automatically
All you have to do is connect a Monitoring TV Adaptor to a Panasonic Home
Network Camera, and the camera settings are made automatically.
Applicable cameras: BL-C10A/C30A
Clear setting
Returns the settings of the unit
to the condition in which it was
first purchased
Automatic Backup
*Another PC or drive device on the network cannot be specified as the destination location. This function
is not equipped with automatic overwriting.
*If the free space on the hard disk runs short, the system may become unstable. Be sure to allow
sufficient free space (100 MB or more).
DC IN jack
Connect the DC plug of
the AC adapter here.
● File size of recorded image data
Resolution
Antenna
10
The recording capacity limit function lets you set the maximum amount of data
to be recorded on the hard disk of the PC for each camera. When the set
maximum amount is reached, old recorded data is overwritten by new data,
thus allowing the hard disk space to be used more effectively.
This function copies and saves recorded data in another memory location at a
preset time.
Rear panel
Mode selector
Change modes to use the desired functions.
After changing modes, turn the power off and
then on again to make the mode change
effective.
Recorded images can be searched using conditions such as a preset keyword,
recording type, timer recording, and motion-activated recording. Furthermore,
all or part of the retrieved image data can be converted to still image data in the
JPEG format. The converted images can be viewed by using standard
applications such as Windows® Media Player or Photo Editor.
Recording Capacity Limit
The multi-camera function lets you check the images from up to four cameras
simultaneously.
LAN jack section
Connect to an Ethernet cable
Video OUT terminal
Connect to the Video IN terminal of a TV
Recorded Image Search and Image Conversion Functions
Remote : For ordinary uses such as monitoring
and recording camera images.
Regist : For simple settings.
Auto : For successively displaying the
monitoring images of preset cameras.
640 x 480
320 x 240
160 x 120
Imege-quality-priority
Approx. 50 KB
Approx. 25 KB
Approx. 7 KB
Size of one image (image only)
Size
Standard
Approx. 33 KB
Approx. 16 KB
Approx. 5 KB
Motion-priority
Approx. 20 KB
Approx. 8 KB
Approx. 3 KB
*The approximate recording capacity is calculated by using the following formula:
Size (KB) x Frame rate (images/sec) x Recording time (sec)
(Example) One-hour recording of 640 x 480 resolution images at a frame rate of 12 images/sec in
image-quality-priority mode: 50 KB x 12 images/sec x 3,600 sec (1 hour) = 2,160,000 KB = 2.06GB
In case of images with voices, 4 KB is added per each second:
2,160,000 KB + 4 KB x 3,600 sec = 2,174,400 KB = 2.08 GB
Network
Camera
Management
System
BB-HGW700A
*Optional stand allows vertical positioning.
High speed wireless LAN for IEEE 802.11b/g
802.11g has 2 modes: 1. the 802.11g only mode, and 2. the 802.11g and 802.11b
simultaneous mode. Also, the wireless LAN function can be suspended.
*The numbers displayed are a theoretical maximum for the standard wireless LAN, and not necessarily the
speed when data is actually sent.
Power Consumption
Maximum: About 6W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
About 8.0 inches x About 1.4 inches x About 5.5 inches
(when the antenna is stored)
Weight
0.7 lb
Environmental Requirements
Temperature: 32 – 104°F
Humidity: 20 – 85% (non-condensing)
WAN Interface
Camera Privacy Protection with VPN
This product is compatible with PPTP (IPv4) and IPsec (IPv6) for VPN. Security is
ensured by encrypting all camera and PC data connected to this product before it
is sent.
Special AC Adaptor:
INPUT: AC 120V, 60Hz
(Part Number: PQLV202Y) OUTPUT: DC 12V, 750 mA
By using this product with Panasonic's network camera (Customer-provided), the
camera's automatic registration function can automatically set up wireless security
(encryption WEP setup etc.) and camera network related settings. (port forwarding
setup etc.)
Camera Portal
By using this product with Panasonic's network camera (Customer-provided), the
camera portal can list up to 16 camera names and their still images on a
monitoring screen. Also, the camera portal page is set up automatically.
LAN Interface
Wireless Interface
Automatic Setup
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Connector Shape
8 pin modular jack (RJ-45)
Physical Interface
IEEE 802.3 (10Base-T)
IEEE 802.3u (100Base-TX)
Throughput between WAN
Maximum of 98Mbps (SmartBits)
and LAN using IPv4
Maximum of 85Mbps (FTP [Static])
(value measured at Panasonic) Maximum of 71Mbps (FTP [PPPoE])
Maximum of 16Mbps (FTP [PPTP]
Throughput between WAN
Maximum of 77Mbps (SmartBits)
and LAN using IPv6
Maximum of 71Mbps (FTP [Static])
(value measured at Panasonic) Maximum of 40Mbps (FTP [IPsec, No Encryption])
High speed throughput
Maximum WAN - LAN wired connection speeds of 98 Mbps (IPv4/SmartBits), 77
Mbps (IPv6/SmartBits), and 16 Mbps (FTP[PPTP]).
Number of Ports
Number of Ports
4
Connector Shape
8 pin modular jack (RJ-45)
Physical Interface
IEEE 802.3 (10Base-T)
IEEE 802.3u (100Base-TX)
IEEE 802.11b
This product is compatible with IPv6, the next generation of Internet protocol.
There are a number of merits to this, such as, abundant global addresses and
security improvement through using IPsec.
Main Unit
Power Supply
IEEE 802.11g
IPv6 Compatible
Transmission Speed
([Standard value]Mbps)
11/5.5/2/1* (complying to IEEE 802.11b):
automatic fallback
Number of Channels
11
Security
WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (AES), WEP (64 bit/
128 bit/152bit), SSID, stealth SSID (hidden SSID,
permitting/not permitting connection using the ANY
key), MAC address filtering
Transmission Speed
54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6* (complying to IEEE 802.11g):
automatic fallback
Number of Channels
11
Security
WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (AES), WEP (64 bit/
128bit/152 bit), SSID, stealth SSID (hidden SSID,
permitting/not permitting connection using the ANY
key), MAC address filtering
Cell Phone Camera Portal
Create a portal page to access your cameras easily from a cell phone. Cameras on
location can be added automatically, and remote cameras can also be added.
*The figures shown are theoretical maximums and not the actual figures when using the product.
Software
Note
• LAN <Local Area Network>: A computer network limited to the immediate area, usually the same
building or floor of a building. LAN IP addresses, a.k.a "local IP address" typically begin with
192.168.xxx.xxx.
• WAN <Wide Area Network>: A computer network that spans a relatively large geographical area and
usually includes Internet access. In this manual "WAN" refers to your Local Area Network connected to
this device as well as Internet access provided by your local Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Router Function
Camera Status Notification
This product can send an E-mail to your PC or mobile phone, if a camera
disconnection is detected.
WAN Side Connection Mode
IPv4: PPPoE/DHCP/Static
IPv6: Tunneling/6to4/Static v6
PPPoE Connection
Always/Manual
RIP
Yes (RIPv2)
RIPng
Yes
DHCP Server
Yes (128 client setup is possible)
DNS Relay (DNS proxy
answering)
Yes
IP Packet Filtering
Yes (64 setup)
Address Translation Method
IP masquerade, port forwarding
VPN
PPTP Server (IPv4)
IPsec (IPv6)
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Network Camera Specifications
Model No.
Product Type
BB-HCM311A
Indoor type and voice
function
BB-HCM331A
Ondoor type and
voice function
BB-HCM371A
BB-HCM381A
Outdoor, Wireless type Indoor type and voice
and voice function
function
Image data compression system
3 modes (Favor Clarity, Standard, Favor Motion)
Frame Rate*1
Max. 12 frames/sec. (640 x 480)*2
Max. 10 frames/sec.
(640 x 480)
Max. 30 frames/sec.
(320 x 240)
Max. 30 frames/sec.
(160 x 120)
Max. 30 frames/sec. (320 x 240)
Server
Max. 30 frames/sec. (160 x 120)
Security
User ID/Password
—
ESP encryption, EPS authentication, transport mode (main mode only)/tunnel mode
IKE (Internet Key Exchange)
—
IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, IPsec, UPnP
IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, IPsec
TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP,
DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, DDNS
Max. 30 simultaneous accesses (max. 10 accesses with voice reception)
Max. 30 simultaneous
access
Max. 20 simultaneous access
Buffered images*4
Approx. 125 images: (320 x 240), standard image quality
(approx. 16 KB per image) (without using SD Memory Card)
Approx. 125 images:
(320 x 240), Standard
image quality (approx.
16KB per image)
Approx. 250 images: (320 x 240),
standard image quality
—
Network Camera
Maximum 42x (21x optical, 2x digital)
53° horizontal (total 173°)
40° vertical (total 105°)
Tele: 2.6°, Wide: 51°
—
43° horizontal (total 143°)
32° vertical (total 82°)
Pan
–60° up to +60°
–175° up to +175°
–50° up to +50°
Tilt
–45° up to +20°
–120° up to 0° (On the table),
0° up to +90° (On the celling)
–40° up to +10°
Revolving Speed
Pan: Max. 80°/sec,
Tilt: Max. 80°/sec
Pan: Max. 300°/sec,
Tilt: Max. 200°/sec
Pan: Max. 50°/sec
Tilt: Max. 50°/sec
Number of Pixels
1/4 inch, approx. 320,000 pixels, CCD sensor
1/4 inch, approx. 380,000 pixels, CCD sensor
Approx. 320,000 pixels
Lens focal point
Fixed (focal range: 0.5 m to ∞)
Auto/Manual (40 steps)
Auto
Lens brightness
F3.5
F1.6 (Wide) – 3.6 (Tele)
F2.8
3 to 100,000 lx (in Color Night View mode: 0.2 to 100,000 lx)
3 to 100,000 lx (in Color Night View mode:
0.09 to 100,000 lx)
1 to 10,000 lx
Voice direction
Audio
Max. 15 frames/sec. (160 x 120)
User access limit
Required light intensity
Half-duplex two-way communication (transceiver system)
—
Voice data compression system
ADPCM 32 kbps
—
Voice band
300 Hz ~ 3.4 kHz
—
Audio input
Built-in microphone or external microphone (sold separately), external microphone
input terminal (3.5-mm dia. mini-jack)
—
Audio line output terminal for external speaker (3.5-mm dia. stereo mini-jack,
monaural output)
—
Audio
Wireless
Max. 15 frames/sec. (320 x 240)
User ID/Password/IPsec
Viewing Angle
output*5
Standards
—
802.11 b/g
—
802.11 b/g
Antenna
—
Diversity
—
Diversity
Number of Channel
—
11 ch.
—
11 ch.
Transmission Speed
—
up to 54 Mbps.
—
up to 54 Mbps.
—
Indoor: About 120 m,
Outdoor: About 600 m
—
Indoor: About 120 m,
Outdoor: About 600 m
—
WEP 64/128/152 bit
—
WEP 64/128/152 bit
Max. Transmission Distance
Security
Network Interface
Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX)
G GND
1 External Senser Input
G GND
2 External Senser Input
3 External Device Control Output
4 DC Power Output Terminal (10.5–13.5 VDC)
Terminal
I/O connector for sensor
Analog Video Output
SD Memory Card slot
Operating Temperature
Operating humidity
General
Max. 7.5 frames/sec. (640 x 480)
DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC, AES-CBC
Encryption algorithm
Zoom
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
—
Consumption
°
1 GND
2 PC Power Output
Terminal
3 External Senser Input
4 External Device
Control Output
Full size (operation guaranteed for 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 128MB and 64MB SD Memory Cards)
32°F to 104°F
68°F to 122°F
20% to 80%
(No condensation)
20% to 90% (No condensation)
32°F to 104°F
°
—
—
—
41°F to 104°F
20% to 80% (No condensation)
3.94 x 3.94 x 2.98 inches (Only the unit)
3.94 x 3.94 x 3.15 inches
(Only the unit)
5.51 x 4.48 x 4.48 inches (Only the unit)
0.66 lb (Only the unit)
0.68 lb (Only the unit)
1.41 lb (Only the unit)
Power Supply
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BL-C30A
Indoor, Wireless type
640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
Image Quality
Supported Protocol
BL-C10A
Indoor type
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display)
Video Resolution
IPsec function*3
KX-HCM280A
Indoor type
3.86 x 2.91 x 2.40 inches 3.86 x 2.91 x 2.87 inches
0.37 lb
0.44 lb
3.5W
6.4W
AC adaptor: Input 120V AC, Output 12V DC
6W
10W
12W
*1 This varies depending on the subject, image quality, network environment, PC performance, etc.
*2 The image update speed may decrease when motion-priority mode is set, when images are recorded onto an SD Memory Card, and when IPsec is used, as well as due to the network environment and PC performance.
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®
*3 Transport mode (mode for IPsec communication between terminals, for IPv4 only) operating environment: Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 1 only, tunnel mode (mode for IPsec between VPN routers, IPv4/IPv6)
*4 The number of images that can be stored varies depending on the subject.
*5 Install an amp or use a speaker with a built-in amp.
TV Adaptor Specifications
Model No.
No. of registerable
camera units
BB-HNP11A
No limitation. Note that the actual number of registerable
camera units varies depends on the performance of the PC
used.
Model No.
Interface
• LAN side: Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX) x 4 port
• Video output terminal (composite NTSC) x 1
• SD card slot x 1
Camera image view
Images captured by registered cameras are shown in small
images on a single screen.
Supported protocols
• IPv4
• TCP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, DHCP
Image display size
6 sizes from 320 x 240 to 60 x 45
Resolution
• 320 x 240 dots, 640 x 480 dots
Camera setup
Each camera can be set up individually (camera name,
resolution, image quality setting, recording format, timer
setting, etc.)
Image quality
• 3 settings (Favor Clarity, Standard, Favor Motion)
Selected camera
image display
The image of the selected camera can be enlarged (640 x 240,
320 x 240)
Image zoom in/out
Camera control
Basic
Camera registration Monitoring
Network Camera Recorder Specifications
Image encoding system • JPEG, MotionJPEG
Frame rate
• Input of user ID and password required for monitoring
Increase/decrease of image size in 25% steps (25% to 700%),
image display size adjusted according to window size
Dimensions
• Approx. 220 x 171 x 42 mm
(excluding antenna and protrusions)
Control of basic camera functions (pan/tilt/zoom, brightness,
resolution, image quality, sound level)
Weight
• Approx. 500 g
Power source
• AC adaptor 12V DC
Preset
Preset functions set in cameras can be used
Supplied voltage
• 12 V
Recording file
format
Original file format: Images and voices are recorded
continuously in a moving image file.
Monitoring
Recording media
Hard disk
• Automatically switches video signals from cameras.
• Allows connection of up to eight cameras.
• Displays images captured by up to eight cameras.
Displays output in single-screen 8-page mode, or 4-screen
2-page mode.
• Automatically switches to sensor-activated camera
when there is sensor input.
• Output can be switched to any selected camera.
• All connected cameras can be remote-controlled.
• Sensor detection is indicated by an alarm (buzzer)
or LED.
Image-quality priority, standard, motion-priority
Recording interval
Not specified (based on camera's image update interval),
specified: 2 images/second to 1 image/hour
No. of camera units
for simultaneous
recording
Dependent on camera type and performance of PC. See the
hardware specifications below.
Recording capacity
limit function
Maximum recording capacity value can be set for individual
camera units (whether to save new data by overwriting or stop
recording when the set capacity is reached can be selected.)
Motion-detection
recording
The unit can be set to activate recording when motion is detected
(sensitivity and threshold value can be adjusted) or to record for
a certain time length before and after motion detection.
Timer recording
Programming of start and stop schedules based on day of
week and time. Key word can be also set for recording.
(10 schedules can be registered per camera)
Disk capacity limit
function
Monitors the free space on the specified recording disk, and
stops recording when the free space becomes smaller than the
set value.
Continuous
playback
Playback of images with voices, playback of image files.
Playback speed can be varied.
Recorded image view Displays recorded image files in a list format.
Operation of
recorded images
Recorded images can be copied or deleted.
Automatic backup
of recorded images
Automatically copies recorded images in a specified folder at a
set time.
Format conversion
Converts all or part of recorded images to JPEG format file.
Recorded image
search function
Search using recording time or key word set before recording.
System Requirement
Item
Description
OS
Microsoft® Windows®XP Professional Edition,
Windows® 2000 (Service Pack2 or newer)
Web browser
Internet Explorer 6.0 or newer
File system
NTFS (NT File System) recommended
Monitoring section
Image Quality
Security
• Authentication: User ID, password
Network settings
• On-screen setting
• Setting items: IP address, subnet address, gateway,
DNS server 1, DNS server 2
Functions related to SD • Still image recording and playback functions
Memory Card
• Moving image recording and playback functions
• Setting for sensor-activated recording
• Setting for timer recording
Repeater
Wireless communication section
Recording
Image operation
• Max. 15 frames/sec (320 x 240)
Security
Recording resolution 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
Image
search
BL-WV10A
• Yes
Access point
• Yes
Roaming
• No
Wi-Fi certification
• No
Security
• WEP (64 bits, 128 bits, 152 bits)
ESSID ANY access denial (setting required)
ESSID non-transmission within beacon (setting required)
No-response function for probe request (setting required)
IEEE802.11g
• Transmission distance: 120 m indoors without obstacles,
800 m outdoors without obstacles (1 Mbps)
• Frequency bandwidth: 2412 to 2484 MHz
• Channel OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing) system
• Transmission system: 54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps,
24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 6 Mbps
• Transmission speed (automatic fallback)
IEEE802.11b
• Transmission distance: 120 m indoors without obstacles,
to 600 m outdoors without obstacles (1 Mbps)
• Frequency bandwidth: 2412 to 2484 MHz
• Channel OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division
Multiplexing) system
• Channel: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mpbs, 2 Mbps, 1 Mbps
• Transmission system
• Transmission speed (automatic fallback)
Hardware specifications
Recording condition
• When 10 network camera units are connected
CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 3GHz or greater, or equivalent
compatible processor, RAM: 512 MB or more
• When 4 network camera units are connected
CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 1.8GHz or greater, or equivalent
compatible processor, RAM: 256 MB or more
Voice
Audio output function (including speaker or headphone)
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Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America
Executive Office: One Panasonic Way, Secaucas, NJ 07094
(201) 348-7000
www.panasonic.com
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
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• Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
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