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VideoJet 8008 – Network video server
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Release: June 2005 (Firmware version 1.2)
© Copyright 2005 Bosch Security Systems
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Contents
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Chapter 1 Preface
Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Intended use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
EU Directives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Rating plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Chapter 2 Safety information
Electric shock hazard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installation and operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Maintenance and repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Chapter 3 Product description
Components supplied. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
System requirements for setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Configuration requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operational requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Overview of functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Rear panel connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Chapter 4 Installation
Control cabinet installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Turning on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Setup using a terminal program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Chapter 5 Configuration using a Web Browser
Connecting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Choosing the configuration mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Unit overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Configuration menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Function test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Chapter 6 Operation
Operation with Microsoft Internet Explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
The LIVEPAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Saving snapshots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
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Recording video sequences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Recordings in progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
The MEDIA-REPLAY page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Backup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
Installing MPEG viewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Hardware connections between video servers. . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Operation with decoder software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Controls on the front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Chapter 7 Maintenance and upgrades
Testing the network connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Restart (reset) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Transfer and disposal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Chapter 8 Appendix
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
LEDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
RS232/485 interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Terminal block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Chapter 9 Index
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This user guide is intended for persons responsible for the installation and
operation of the VideoJet 8008. International, national and any regional
regulations regarding electronics must be followed at all times. Relevant
knowledge of network technology is required. The user guide describes the
installation and operation of the unit.
Conventions
In this user guide, the following symbols and notation are used to draw attention
to special situations:
Warning!
This symbol indicates that failure to follow the safety instructions described
may endanger persons and cause damage to the unit or other equipment.
It is associated with immediate, direct hazards.
Note
This symbol indicates tips and information for easier, more convenient use
of the unit.
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Intended use
The VideoJet 8008 network video server transmits video and control signals
over data networks (Ethernet LAN, Internet). The integrated hard disk allows the
VideoJet 8008 to be used as a DVR. It is designed for use in CCTV systems. By
incorporating external alarm sensors, various functions can be triggered
automatically. Other applications are not permitted.
In the event of questions concerning the use of the unit, which are not answered
in this manual, please contact your sales partner or:
Bosch Sicherheitssyteme GmbH
Robert-Koch-Straße 100
85521 Ottobrunn
Germany
www.bosch-sicherheitssysteme.de
EU Directives
The VideoJet 8008 network video server complies with the requirements of EU
Directives 89/336 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and 73/23, amended by 93/68
(Low Voltage Directive).
Rating plate
For exact identification, the model name and serial number are inscribed on the
rating plate on the bottom of the housing. Please note this information if
necessary before installation so it will be available in case of questions or for
spare parts orders.
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Electric shock hazard
] Never attempt to connect the unit to any power network other than the type
for which it was intended.
] Never open the housing!
] If a fault occurs, disconnect the unit from the mains supply and from all other
devices.
] Install the unit only in dry, weather-protected areas.
] If safe operation of the unit cannot be ensured, remove it from service and
secure it to prevent unauthorized start-up. Safe operation is no longer
possible in the following cases:
– if there is visible damage to the unit or power cables,
– if the unit no longer works properly,
– if the unit has been exposed to rain or moisture,
– if foreign matter has infiltrated the unit,
– after long storage under adverse conditions or
– after exposure to extraordinary transport stress.
In such cases, have the unit checked by Bosch Security Systems.
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Installation and operation
] The relevant electrical regulations and guidelines must be complied with at all
times during installation.
] Relevant knowledge of network technology is required to install the unit.
] Before installing or operating the unit, make sure you have read and
understood the documentation for the other equipment connected, such as
cameras. This contains important safety instructions and information about
permitted uses.
] Perform only the installation and operating steps described in this manual.
Actions beyond these may lead to personal injury, damage to property or
damage to the equipment.
Maintenance and repair
] Never open the casing of the VideoJet 8008. The unit does not contain any
user serviceable parts.
] Ensure that all maintenance or repair work is performed only by qualified
personnel (electrical engineering or network technology specialists).
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Components supplied
] VideoJet 8008 network video server
] Mains cable
] Configuration cable
] Assembly kit for installation in 19" racks
] Quick start guide in English/German
] Product CD with the following content:
– Quick start guide in English/German
– User guide in English/German
– Datasheet System Requirements
– MPEG ActiveX control
– MPEG viewer
– DirectX control
– Microsoft Internet Explorer
– Microsoft Virtual Machine
– Adobe Acrobat Reader
] 3.5" hard disk
System requirements for setup
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, access to network and
Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or later)
or
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, an available serial port
and terminal software
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Configuration requirements
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, network access and
Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser (version 6.0 or later)
or
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, network access and
reception software, for example VIDOS
Note
You should also take note of the information in the System requirements
datasheet on the product CD supplied.
Make sure the graphics card is set to 16 or 32 bit color depth and that
Microsoft Virtual Machine is installed on your PC. If necessary, the
required software and controls can be installed from the product CD
provided (see Components supplied, page 9).
Operational requirements
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, network access and
Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser (version 6.0 or later)
or
] Computer with Windows 2000/XP operating system, network access and
reception software, for example VIDOS
or
] MPEG-4 compatible hardware decoder from Bosch Security Systems (such
as VIP XD) as a receiver and a connected video monitor
Note
You should also take note of the information in the System requirements
datasheet on the product CD supplied.
Make sure the graphics card for reception on the computer monitor is set
to 16 or 32 bit color depth and that Microsoft Virtual Machine is installed
and activated on the PC. If necessary, the required software and controls
can be installed from the product CD provided (see Components
supplied, page 9).
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Overview of functions
Network video server
The VideoJet 8008 is a network video server for eight independent video
channels. Its primary function is to encode video and control data for
transmission over an IP network. The VideoJet 8008 simultaneously encodes
eight non-multiplexed data streams in MPEG-4 format. The use of existing
networks means that integration with CCTV systems or local networks can be
achieved quickly and easily.
The VideoJet 8008 is designed as a table-top unit and for installation in control
cabinets. The assembly kit supplied allows it to be installed in a 19" rack quickly
and easily.
Two units, for example a VideoJet 8008 as the transmitter and another VIP XD
as the receiver, can form a stand-alone system for data transfer without a PC.
Video images from one transmitter can be simultaneously received on several
receivers.
Receiver
MPEG-4 compatible hardware decoders (for example VIP XD) can be used as
a receiver. Computers with decoding software such as VIDOS or computers with
the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser installed can also be used as
receivers.
Video encoding
The VideoJet 8008 uses the MPEG-4 compression standard. Thanks to efficient
encoding, the data rate remains low even with high image quality and can also
be adapted to local conditions within wide limits. Simultaneous encoding of all
eight video channels is supported.
Dual Streaming
Dual Streaming allows the incoming data stream to be encoded simultaneously
according to two different, individually customized profiles. This creates two data
streams per camera that can serve different purposes, for example one for local
recording and one optimized for transmission over the LAN.
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Multicast
In suitably configured networks, the multicast function enables simultaneous,
real time transmission to multiple receivers. The prerequisite for this is that the
UDP and IGMP V2 protocols are implemented on the network.
DVR
The integrated hard disk allows the VideoJet 8008 to be used as a digital video
recorder for local long-term recording.
The VideoJet 8008 supports ANR technology, which guarantees seamless and
uninterrupted storage with VIDOS-NVR even in the case of network failures.
Remote control
For remote control of external devices, such as pan and tilt heads for cameras
or motorized zoom lenses, the control data is transmitted via the
VideoJet 8008's bi-directional serial interface. This interface can also be used to
transmit transparent data.
Configuration
The VideoJet 8008 can be configured using a browser on the local network
(Intranet) or from the Internet. Firmware updates and fast loading of device
configurations are possible in the same way.
Snapshots
Individual video frames (snapshots) can be called up as JPEG images by the
VideoJet 8008, stored on the hard disk or displayed in a separate browser
window.
Backup
Both the LIVEPAGE and the MEDIA-REPLAY page include an icon for saving
the video images provided by the unit as a file on your computer's hard disk.
Clicking this icon stores the video sequences and they can be played back with
the MPEG viewer included with the package.
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Summary
The VideoJet 8008 provides the following main functions:
] Video and data transmission over IP data networks
] Dual Streaming function for the encoder for simultaneous encoding with two
individually definable profiles
] Multicast function for simultaneous picture transmission to multiple receivers
] Eight independent, analog BNC video inputs FBAS (PAL/NTSC)
] Video encoding using international MPEG-4 standard
] Integrated Ethernet interface (10/100/1000 Base-T)
] Transparent bi-directional data channel using a serial interface
RS232/RS422/RS485
] Local long-term recording on integrated 3.5" hard disk
] Remote control of all built-in functions via TCP/IP
] Password protection to prevent unauthorized connection or configuration
changes
] Event-driven, automatic connection (for example at switch-on and for alarms)
] Video signal monitoring
] Fast, convenient configuration using the integrated Web server and a
browser
] Firmware update using flash memory
] Convenient upload of configuration data
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Rear panel connections
1 Eight video inputs Video 1 ... Video 8
BNC jack for connection of video sources
with switch for 75 Ohm terminating resistor
2 Ten alarm inputs IN1 ... IN10
Push-in terminals for connecting external signal sources or switches
3 Serial interface RS232/485
RJ45 jack for transmission of control data (RS232, RS422 and RS485
standards) and for configuration using terminal software
4 RJ45 jack 10/100/1000 MBit Base-T
for connecting to an Ethernet LAN
incl. green LED network link (left) and orange LED data traffic (right)
5 Power socket
for connecting the mains cable
Further information on the LEDs can be found on page 123.
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Front panel
6 Power LED
lights up green when ready for operation
7 IR diode
Infrared receiver (for future expansion of functions)
8 HDD LED
flashes red during data transmission to and from hard disk
9 Fail LED
flashes red in case of hardware fault (fan defective)
10 Display
for presentation of operating parameters
11 Menu/Exit key
to activate and deactivate the configuration menu
12 Set key
to save changes to the operating parameters
(for future expansion of functions)
13 Arrow keys
for navigation in display menu
Further information on the LEDs can be found on page 123.
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The VideoJet 8008 is designed as a table-top unit and for installation in control
cabinets. The assembly kit supplied allows it to be installed in a
19" rack quickly and easily.
For table-top operation, four self-adhesive, anti-slip rubber feet are supplied,
which can be stuck under the unit.
Warning!
The unit is intended for use indoors. Select a suitable location for
installation where the unit will not be subjected to conditions of extreme
temperature or humidity. The ambient temperature must be within the
specifications for the unit in use (see page 128), and the relative humidity
may not exceed 80% (non precipitating).
The unit generates heat during operation. Ensure that there is adequate
ventilation and also that there is enough clearance between the unit and
heat-sensitive objects or equipment.
Please ensure the following conditions for installation:
] Do not install the unit close to heaters or other heat sources. Avoid locations
in direct sunlight.
] Allow sufficient space for running cables.
] Ensure that the unit has adequate ventilation. For control cabinet installation
of multiple units, pay particular attention to the overall thermal load.
] Use only the cables supplied for connections or appropriate cables resistant
to electromagnetic interference.
] Position and run all cables so that they are protected from damage, and
provide strain relief where needed.
] Avoid shocks, bashes and strong vibrations as they might destroy the unit.
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Control cabinet installation
The VideoJet 8008 is set up for installation in a 19" rack. The necessary
assembly kit is included with the unit.
Warning!
When installing in control cabinets, ensure that each unit has adequate
ventilation. The free space around the unit must be at least 5 cm on the
right and left sides and at least 10 cm at the rear.
The ambient temperature must be within the specifications for the unit in
use (see page 128), and the relative humidity may not exceed 80%.
The unit generates heat during operation. You should therefore ensure
sufficient distance from other equipment or objects that are sensitive to
heat.
When installing additional units, direct contact with the VideoJet 8008 is
permitted if the surface temperature of the adjacent units does not exceed
+40 °C.
Installing the unit
– On the left and right side of the unit, loosen the two screws
at the front and completely remove them.
– Place the two brackets from the assembly kit recesses next to the screw
holes in the housing and screw down with the four housing screws.
– Place the unit in the control cabinet and attach the bracket to the frame using
the four screws, washers and lock nuts supplied.
– Insert the connector on the mains cable supplied into the Power socket on
the rear of the unit.
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Connections
Cameras
Up to eight standard video sources (e.g. CCTV cameras) can be connected to
the VideoJet 8008. Any cameras or other video sources that produce a standard
PAL or NTSC signal are suitable.
– Connect each of the cameras or other video sources with a video cable
(75 ohm) to the BNC jacks Video 1 to Video 8.
– Set the slider switch (75 Ω) below the BNC jacks to O to terminate the video
input if the signal is not forwarded.
Data interface
The bi-directional data interface is used to control devices connected to the
VideoJet 8008, such as a dome camera with a motorized lens.
The RS232/485 connection supports the RS232, RS422 and RS485
transmission standards.
The serial interface is an RJ45 jack. Information about the pin assignment can
be found on page 124.
The range of controllable devices is growing constantly. The manufacturers of
this equipment can provide specific information on installation and control.
Warning!
Refer to the device documentation when installing and operating a device
to be controlled. This contains important safety instructions and
information about permitted uses.
Note
A video connection is necessary to transmit transparent data.
Network
You can connect the VideoJet 8008 to a 10/100/1000 Base-T network. Use a
standard UTP Category 5 cable with RJ45 connectors for this.
– Connect the unit to the network using the 10/100/1000 Base-T jack.
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Alarm inputs
The VideoJet 8008 has ten alarm inputs on the orange terminal block. The alarm
inputs are used to connect to external alarm devices, such as door contacts or
sensors. With the appropriate configuration, an alarm sensor can, for example,
trigger an automatic connection between the VideoJet 8008 and a remote
location.
A voltage free make contact or switch can be used as an actuator. Information
about the terminal assignment can be found on page 125.
Note
If possible, use a bounce-free contact system as the actuator.
– Connect the lines to the appropriate terminals on the orange terminal block
and check that the connection is secure.
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Turning on/off
Mains connection
A mains cable with connector is supplied with the VideoJet 8008 package. The
VideoJet 8008 does not have a power switch. Once you have connected the unit
to the power supply and it has booted, it is ready to use.
Warning!
Use suitable equipment where necessary to ensure that the mains supply
is free of interference such as voltage surges, spikes or voltage drops.
Warning!
Connect the VideoJet 8008 to the mains supply only after everything else
has been hooked up.
– Plug the connector on the mains cable into the Power socket.
– Connect the mains cable to a fused mains socket. The green Power LED on
the front panel of the VideoJet 8008 lights up. After the boot process, as soon
as the text VideoJet 8008 appears in the display the unit is ready to use.
If the network connection has been made correctly, the green LED for the RJ45
jack 10/100/1000 MBit Base-T on the rear panel of the unit should be lit. The
flashing orange LED indicates data traffic on the network.
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Setup using a terminal program
Data terminal
You can connect a data terminal to the VideoJet 8008 for setup and local
control. The data terminal consists of a computer with terminal software. Use the
configuration cable included in the package for this connection.
HyperTerminal, a communications accessory included with Microsoft Windows,
can be used as the terminal program.
Note
Information on installing and using HyperTerminal can be found in the user
guides or online help for MS Windows.
– Before using the terminal program, disconnect the VideoJet 8008 from the
data network.
– Connect the RS232/485 RJ45 connector on the VideoJet 8008 to an
available serial port on the computer.
Configuring the terminal
To establish communication between the terminal program and the
VideoJet 8008, the transmission parameters must be correctly defined. The
following values should be set in the terminal program:
] 19,200 Bit/s
] 8 data bits
] No parity check
] 1 stop bit
] No protocol
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Command entry
After the connection has been established, you must log on to the
VideoJet 8008. You can then access the main menu. You can call up additional
submenus and functions using the on-screen commands.
– If necessary, turn off the local echo so that entered values are not repeated
on the display.
– Enter only one command at a time.
– After entering a value (such as an IP address), re-check the entry before
pressing the ENTER key to transfer the values to the VideoJet 8008.
Assigning an IP address
To operate the VideoJet 8008 in your network, a valid IP address for the network
must be assigned.
The following default address has been pre-set at the factory: 192.168.0.1
– Start up a terminal program such as HyperTerminal.
– First enter ? and then service as the user name. The main menu will be
displayed.
– Enter the command i to open the IP menu.
– Enter i again. The current IP address will be displayed, and you will be
requested to enter a new IP address.
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– Enter the desired IP address and press Enter. The new IP address will be
shown.
– If necessary, enter the command s and a new subnet mask.
Note
The new IP address and a new subnet mask or gateway address will only
be valid after restarting.
Restart
Briefly disconnect the power supply to the VideoJet 8008 (remove connector
and re-connect after a few seconds).
Additional parameters
Using the terminal program, you can check other basic parameters and modify
them where necessary. Use the on-screen commands displayed in the various
submenus to do this.
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Configuration using a Web Browser
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Connecting
The integrated HTTP server allows the unit to be configured over the network
with a web browser. This option is significantly more comprehensive and
convenient than configuration using a terminal program and also offers you the
option of displaying live video images.
Note
Make sure the graphics card is set to 16 or 32 bit colour depth and that
Microsoft Virtual Machine is installed on your PC. If necessary, the
required software and controls can be installed from the product CD
provided (see Components supplied, page 9).
Instructions for using the web browser can be found in its online help.
System requirements
] Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or higher)
] Monitor resolution 1024 × 768 pixels
] Network access (Intranet or Internet)
Note
You should also take note of the information in the System requirements
datasheet on the product CD supplied.
Install MPEG ActiveX
Note
In order to be able to play back live video images, an appropriate MPEG
ActiveX must be installed on the computer. If necessary, the required
software and controls can be installed from the product CD provided (see
Components supplied, page 9).
– Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive of the computer. If the CD does not start
automatically, open the root directory of the CD in Windows Explorer and
double click MPEGAx.exe.
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– Follow the on-screen instructions.
Establishing the connection
The VideoJet 8008 must be assigned a valid IP address to operate on your
network.
The following default address has been pre-set at the factory: 192.168.0.1
– Start the web browser.
– Enter the IP address of the VideoJet 8008 as the URL. The connection will be
established and, after a short time, the LIVEPAGE with the video image will
appear.
Note
If the connection is not established, the maximum number of possible
connections may already have been reached. The maximum number of
connections depends on the device and network configuration.
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Password protection in VideoJet 8008
If the VideoJet 8008 is password-protected against unauthorized access, a
corresponding message and a prompt to enter the password will appear when
you attempt to access protected areas.
Note
A VideoJet 8008 offers you the option of limiting access across various
authorization levels (see pages 46 and 60).
– Enter the user name and associated password in the corresponding text
fields.
– Click OK. If the password is correct, the desired page is displayed.
Choosing the configuration mode
There are two options for configuring the VideoJet 8008 or checking the current
setup:
] the unit overview or
] the configuration menu.
All settings are stored in the VideoJet 8008 memory, and they are preserved
even if the power is interrupted.
Unit overview
The unit overview shows the most important parameters summarized into six
groups. This allows you to change the basic settings with just a few clicks and
entries.
Configuration menu
The configuration menu is recommended for expert users or system
administrators. All unit parameters can be accessed in this mode. Settings that
influence the fundamental functionality of the unit (for example firmware
updates) can only be made using the configuration menu.
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Beginning configuration
Click on the SETTINGS link in the upper section of the LIVEPAGE window. A
new page containing the configuration menu (see Configuration menu,
page 58) and the unit overview (see Unit overview, page 31) is opened.
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Unit overview
The unit overview gives you a graphical overview of the individual areas of the
configuration. The individual configuration parameters are grouped and
displayed in separate windows. You can access the individual areas directly.
– Click one of the group graphics. A new window will open.
– Click in the text fields to enter values or use the other controls available, such
as buttons, check boxes or list fields.
– Click on the SETTINGS link at the top of the window to close the window
without saving the changes made.
Making changes
After making changes in a window, click the Set button to send the new settings
to the unit and save them there.
Warning!
Save the changes made in each window by clicking Set. Clicking the Set
button always saves only the settings in the current window.
A description is given below of the individual windows that can be accessed
using the graphical symbols in the overview.
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Encoder settings
For encoding the video signal, you can select two profiles for each camera and
change the presets for the profiles.
Selecting a profile
You can adapt the MPEG 4 data transmission to the operating environment (for
example network structure, bandwidth, data structures). The VideoJet 8008
provides Dual Streaming for each of the eight encoders. The advantage of this
is that each encoder can simultaneously generate two data streams with
different compression settings, for example for transmission and local storage.
Note
The settings must be made individually for each camera input and each
stream. The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on
the rear panel of the unit.
Pre-programmed profiles are available, which each give priority to different
perspectives.
] Profile 1: Low bandwidth (CIF)
High quality for low bandwidth connections,
resolution 352 × 288/240 pixels
] Profile 2: Low delay (1/2 D1)
High quality with low delay,
resolution 352 × 576/480 pixels
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] Profile 3: High resolution (D1/4CIF)
High resolution for high bandwidth connections,
resolution 704 × 576/480 pixels
] Profile 4: DSL
For DSL connections at 500 kBit/s,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 5: ISDN (2B)
For ISDN connections via two B channels,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 6: ISDN (1B)
For ISDN connections via one B channel,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 7: Modem
For analog modem connections at 20 kBit/s,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 8: GSM
For GSM connections at 9,600 baud,
resolution 176 x 144/120 pixels
Active profile for encoder 1 … Active profile for encoder 8:
Here you can select the desired profile for each of the two streams.
– Click on a tab to select the associated stream.
– Select the desired setting from the list.
Note
For alarm connections and automatic connections, always Stream 2 is
transmitted. Take this into account when assigning the profile.
Stream 2 also is the stream used for local recording. While recording is in
progress the settings selected as Recording profile are active for
Stream 2 (see page 43).
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Changing profiles
You can change the name and individual parameter values within a profile. You
can switch between profiles by clicking the associated tabs.
Warning!
The profiles are rather complex. They include a number of parameters that
interact with one another. Therefore it is generally best to use the default
profiles. The profiles should only be changed if you are completely familiar
with all the configuration options.
Note
The parameters as a group constitute a profile and are dependent on one
another. If you enter a setting outside the allowed range for the parameter,
the nearest valid value will be substituted when the settings are saved.
Profile name:
You can enter a new name for the profile here. The name is then displayed in
the lists of available profiles in the MPEG-4 encoder field.
Target data rate:
To optimize utilization of the bandwidth in your network, you can limit the data
rate for the VideoJet 8008. The target data rate should be set according to the
desired picture quality for typical scenes with no excessive motion.
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For complex images or frequent changes of image content due to frequent
movements, this limit can temporarily be exceeded as far as the value you enter
in the Max. data rate: field.
Max. data rate:
This maximum data rate is not exceeded under any circumstances. Depending
on the video quality settings for the I- and P-frames this can result in the skipping
of individual images.
The value entered here should be at least 10% higher than the value entered in
the Target data rate field.
P-frame video quality:
This setting allows you to adjust the image quality of the P-frames depending on
the movement within the image. The Auto option automatically adjusts to the
optimum relationship between movement and image definition (focus).
Selecting Manual allows you to set a value between 4 and 31 on a slide bar. The
value 4 represents the best quality with, if necessary, a lower frame refresh rate
depending on the settings for the maximum data rate. A value of 31 results in a
very high refresh rate and lower image quality.
I-frame video quality:
This setting allows you to adjust the image quality of the I-frames. The Auto
option automatically adjusts the quality to the settings for the P-frame video
quality. Selecting Manual allows you to set a value between 4 and 31 on a slide
bar. The value 4 represents the best quality with, if necessary, a lower frame
refresh rate depending on the settings for the maximum data rate. A value of 31
results in a very high refresh rate and lower image quality.
I-frame distance:
This parameter determines the number of inter-coded frames between two
I-frames.
Encoding interval:
The figure selected here determines the interval at which images are encoded
and transmitted. For example, entering 4 means that only every fourth image is
encoded, the following three images are skipped – this can be particularly
advantageous with low bandwidths.
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Video resolution:
Here, you can select the desired resolution for the MPEG-4 video image. The
following resolutions are available:
] QCIF
176 × 144/120 pixels
] CIF
352 × 288/240 pixels
] 1/2 D1
352 × 576/480 pixels
] 2CIF
704 × 288/240 pixels
] D1/4CIF 704 × 576/480 pixels
Reset of profile:
Click Default to return the profile to the factory default value.
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Recording settings
Here you set the parameters for recording on the local hard disk. Recording may
be done continuously or only in the event of an alarm.
Partition:
Select the partition in which you want to record. A separate partition is used for
recording of each video input.
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Activating a partition for recording
After configuring a partition, it can be activated for recording by clicking the Start
button.
Once started, the Time recording and Alarm recording pages and the settings
for the active partition are shown in gray and the configuration cannot be
changed.
The icon at the bottom of the pages indicates recording activity on this partition.
The icon is animated while recording is in progress.
Recording activity can be stopped at any time, and one, several or all partitions
can be deactivated.
– Click Start to activate the currently selected partition for recording.
– Click Start all to activate all partitions set up for recording.
– Click Stop to deactivate the currently selected partition for recording.
Recordings in progress are interrupted and the configuration can be
changed.
– Click Stop all to deactivate all partitions set up for recording. Recordings in
progress are interrupted and the configuration can be changed.
Time recording
Here you can specify the times during which continuous recording to the hard
disk will take place.
For each partition and thus for each camera input, there are separate selection
fields for each day of the week. You can select 16 individual recording periods
for each day of the week.
Note
If a period has already been selected for alarm recording, you cannot
select this period for the time recording (see Alarm recording, page 40).
– Left-click on the point in the schedule at which recording should start and hold
down the mouse button.
– Now drag the selected field to the desired end time for the recording and
release the mouse button.
– Right-click a selected time segment to delete it.
– Click Select all to select all time segments.
– Click Delete all to delete all selected periods.
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Used file tracks on partition:
Up to 128 recording tracks are created automatically on a partition. Each new
recording is assigned a separate track.
Selecting the Linear mode option (see page 43) means that no more new
recordings are made after the 128 tracks have been used. Old recordings must
be deleted before the tracks can be re-used. Selecting Ring mode means that
the 129th recording will be written on the first track, so that the oldest recording
is always overwritten by the newest.
Used space on partition:
Indicates the percentage of the partition that is already used.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
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Alarm recording
Here you can define the times when recordings are to be made from the selected
camera to the hard disk in the event of an alarm.
As for time recording, separate selection fields are available for each partition
and thus for each camera input. You can select up to 16 separate periods for
each day of the week. An alarm recording takes place only during the selected
periods.
Note
If a time period has already been selected for time recording, you can no
longer select it for alarm recording (see Time recording, page 38).
Warning!
For alarm recordings, alarm tracks must be set up on the desired partition
(see Number of alarm tracks, page 41).
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The VideoJet 8008 uses a special recording mode for alarm recording to
optimize the use of the memory capacity. As soon as a time slot for alarm
recording begins, continuous recording starts on a segment the size of a
complete alarm sequence (pre- and post-alarm).
This segment on the partition works like a ring buffer and is overwritten again
and again until an alarm is actually triggered. After that, recording on this
segment will go on for the time predefined for post-alarm recording, and then a
new segment will be used in the same way.
For this reason the recorded alarm file is always saved at its full length to the
partition and the recording space required for each alarm recording can be
calculated easily.
Number of alarm tracks:
Here you set the number of alarm tracks on the partition. One alarm event can
be recorded on each alarm track. The specified number of alarms can be
recorded and archived accordingly. A partition can contain a maximum of
128 alarm recordings.
If the Ring mode option is set for the partition (see page 43), the predefined
number of the latest alarm recordings will be stored. If the Linear mode option
is set, recording will stop as soon as all the alarm tracks have been written.
Pre-alarm duration:
Select the period to be covered by the pre-alarm recording.
Alarm recording duration:
Select the duration of the alarm recording.
Alarm tracks on partition:
Indicates how many of the total alarm tracks created are currently used.
Used space on partition:
Indicates the percentage of the partition that is already used.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
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Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
Properties
You can view the current parameters for each selected partition and change
them as required in the recording scheduler. You can also activate the alarms
that you want to trigger recording. You can also set the profile for the recording
here.
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Warning!
Making changes to a partition causes the affected partition to be
reorganized and all sequences stored on it to be lost.
Changes to the size (total space in partition) will result in reorganization of
the entire hard disk and the loss of all saved data.
You should therefore back up all important sequences to the computer's
hard drive before making such changes.
Partition name:
You can enter a new name for the partition here.
Video input:
Shows information about the number of the associated video input. The
numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear panel of
the unit.
Type of recording:
Select the desired type of recording here.
In Ring mode, recording will continue indefinitely. When the maximum hard disk
space has been reached, the oldest recordings will be overwritten automatically.
In Linear mode, recording will continue until all the disk space has been used.
Then recording will be stopped until some old recordings are deleted to provide
free space.
Video recording:
The recording format is displayed here for your information.
Recording profile:
For recording always Stream 2 is used. Select here the profile desired to be
active while recording is in progress. You can view and modify the parameters
for the profiles (see Encoder settings from page 32).
Note
The recording profile can be different from the standard settings Active
profile for Stream 2 and is only used while recording is in progress.
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Alarm recording at:
Here you can select the alarm sensors that should trigger an alarm. The video
alarm for one camera can also be used to trigger alarm recording by another
camera.
Note
The alarm sensors must be activated for them to be able to trigger
recording: You can activate the alarm inputs and video alarms on the
Alarm settings page (see page 49).
– Click in the checkbox for the alarm sensor you want to trigger a recording.
The selected checkbox is marked.
Note
The numbering of the checkboxes for the alarm inputs corresponds to the
labeling of the alarm inputs on the rear panel of the unit. For the video
alarm, the numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs.
Partition total size:
Indicates how much memory space the partition occupies on the hard disk.
Remaining for recording:
Indicates the maximum time remaining for recording. It is automatically updated
after the parameters are changed.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
Format
You can delete all recordings on a partition at any time.
Warning!
Before deleting recordings, check them and back up any important
sequences to your computer's hard drive.
– Click Format to delete all recordings on the partition currently selected.
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System settings
Various basic data for the VideoJet 8008 can be set or selected here.
Unit identification
Unit name:
The unit can be assigned a name to assist in identifying it. The name simplifies
the management of multiple devices in more extensive systems, for example
using the VIDOS software.
Note
The unit name is only used to identify a device remotely, for example in
case of an alarm call or when using a DNS server for easier device calling.
Enter a name that makes it as easy as possible to identify the location
unambiguously.
Unit ID:
Each VideoJet 8008 should be assigned a unique identifier that can be entered
here as an additional means of identification.
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Password
A VideoJet 8008 is generally protected by a password to prevent unauthorized
access to the unit. You can use various authorization levels to limit the scope of
a user's access.
Note
Proper password protection is only guaranteed if all higher authorization
levels are also protected with a password. For example, if a live password
is assigned, a service and a user password should also be set. When
assigning passwords, you should always start from the highest
authorization level.
User name:
The VideoJet 8008 recognizes three user names: service, user and live, which
correspond to different authorization levels.
The user name service represents the highest authorization level. After entering
the corresponding password, you can use it to access all the functions of the
VideoJet 8008 and change all configuration settings.
The user name user represents the middle authorization level. You can use it to
operate the unit and also to control cameras, but you cannot change the
configuration.
The user name live represents the lowest authorization level. It can only be used
to view the live video image and switch between the different live image
displays.
Password:
You can define and change a separate password for each user name if you are
logged on as Service or if the unit is not protected by a password.
Enter the password for the selected user name here.
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Confirm password:
Re-enter the new password to rule out typing errors.
Note
The new password is then saved by clicking the Set button. You should
therefore click the Set button immediately after entering and confirming
the password, even if you also want to assign a password to another user
name.
Language
Website language:
Select the language for the user interface here.
Date and time
Date format:
Choose the desired date format here
(Europe: DD.MM.YYYY; USA: MM.DD.YYYY; Japan: YYYY/MM/DD).
Unit date and time:
If there are a number of devices operating in your system or network, it is
important to synchronize their internal clocks. For example, it is only possible to
carry out correct identification and evaluation of recordings occurring at the
same time if all devices are operating on the same time.
– Enter the current date. Since the unit time is controlled by the internal clock,
it is not necessary to enter the day of the week. This is added automatically.
– Enter the current time or click Synchr. PC to apply the system time from your
computer to the VideoJet 8008.
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Version information
The hardware and firmware version numbers are for information only and cannot
be altered. Keep a record of these numbers in case technical assistance is
required.
Hardware version:
The hardware version number of the VideoJet 8008 is displayed.
Firmware version:
The firmware version number of the VideoJet 8008 is displayed.
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Alarm settings
Here, you can make the settings for the alarm sources and alarm connections.
Alarm sources
You can configure the possible alarm triggers for the VideoJet 8008 (for
example the alarm inputs).
Alarm input 1 … Alarm input 10:
Select the option On in order to activate the alarm via the corresponding external
alarm sensor. Otherwise, select Off.
Select Active high if the alarm is to be triggered by closing the contact. Select
Active low if the alarm is to be triggered by opening the contact.
Name:
You can enter a name for each alarm input, which is then displayed below the
icon for the alarm input on the LIVEPAGE during configuration (see Livepage
configuration, page 94).
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Video loss alarm:
Click the check box if you want interruption of the video signal to trigger an
alarm. A selected video input is marked with a tick.
Note
The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear
panel of the unit.
Alarm connections
You can select the response of the VideoJet 8008 in case of an alarm. In case of
an alarm, the VideoJet 8008 can automatically establish a connection to a
predefined IP address. You can enter up to ten IP addresses which will be
selected in order by the unit in case of an alarm until a connection is established.
You can also choose which camera image should automatically be displayed
first on the receiver in case of an alarm.
Connect on alarm:
Select On so that the VideoJet 8008 automatically establishes a connection to
a pre-defined IP address in the event of an alarm.
Note
For alarm connections, always Stream 2 is transmitted. Take this into
account when assigning the profile (see page 32).
Number of destination IP address:
Here you assign the numbering for the IP addresses to be contacted in the event
of an alarm. The unit contacts the remote locations one after the other in the
numbered sequence until a connection has been established.
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Destination IP address:
For each number, enter the corresponding IP address for the desired remote
location.
Destination password:
If the remote location is password protected, enter the password here.
Auto-connect:
Select On if an active connection should be re-established automatically to one
of the previously specified IP addresses after each restart, connection
breakdown or network failure.
Note
For automatic connections, always Stream 2 is transmitted. Take this into
account when assigning the profile (see page 32).
Default camera:
Here you can select the camera whose image will automatically be displayed
first to the receiver after the alarm connection has been established. Depending
on the system configuration, the receiver can then also select the other
cameras.
Note
The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear
panel of the unit.
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Network settings
Here, you can specify network addresses and configure multiple connections.
Network
The settings on this page are used to integrate the unit into an existing network.
Warning!
Changes to the IP address, subnet mask or gateway address are
transferred to the unit by clicking Set. However, they only take effect after
the unit is restarted.
– Click Set after entering a new IP address.
– To do this, enter the old IP address followed by /reset (for instance
192.168.0.80/reset) in the address bar of your web browser. The
VideoJet 8008 will be restarted, after which it can only be accessed at the
new IP address.
IP address:
Enter the desired IP address for the VideoJet 8008 in this field. The IP address
must be valid for the network.
Subnet mask:
Enter the appropriate subnet mask for the set IP address here.
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Gateway address:
If you want the unit to establish a connection to a remote location in a different
subnet, enter the IP address of the gateway here. Otherwise, this field can
remain empty (0.0.0.0).
Ethernet link type:
If the VideoJet 8008 is connected to the network via a switch, both devices must
have the same preset network connection type. If necessary, ask your network
administrator what value the associated switch is set to.
Choose Auto for an autosensing network connection. If necessary you can set
the value to 10 or 100 MBit/s for either full or half-duplex mode (FD or HD) or to
1 GBit/s FD.
Warning!
Malfunctions (for example image faults) can occur if the capacity of the
network is not sufficient for transmission of the maximum data rate
generated by the VideoJet 8008.
Dyn. DNS server IP address:
When operating a unit on the Internet, an address pool of available dynamic IT
addresses is used for greater efficiency. This means that the unit is assigned a
new IP address each time a connection is made and this address varies. Access
is easier if the unit is listed on a DNS server. It will contact the server at regular
intervals and register its device name and IP address. To connect to the
VideoJet 8008 via the Internet, it is enough to enter the corresponding unit name
and the URL of the DNS server. The server returns the current Internet IP
address for the connection.
The DNS server from videotec.info can be used. The associated IP address is
195.145.107.78. The VideoJet 8008 contacts this server automatically if the
desired refresh interval is entered for the next parameter. For example, if the
name of the VideoJet 8008 is MyVideoJet, in future it is sufficient to enter
MyVideoJet.videotec.info in the browser as the URL to establish a connection.
Dyn. DNS contact interval:
Enter the desired update interval in seconds.
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Multicasting
In addition to a 1:1 connection between an encoder and a single receiver
(unicast), the VideoJet 8008 can enable multiple receivers to receive the video
signal from an encoder simultaneously. This is either done by duplicating the
data stream in the unit and then distributing it to multiple receivers (multi-unicast)
or by distributing an individual data stream in the network itself to multiple
receivers in a defined group (multicast). A dedicated multicast address and port
can be specified for each stream on each of the eight encoders. You can switch
between streams by clicking the associated tabs.
Note
The prerequisite for multicast operation is a multicast-capable network that
uses the UDP and IGMP protocols. Other group membership protocols are
not supported. The TCP protocol does not support multicast connections.
A special IP address (class D address) must be configured for multicast
operation in a multicast-enabled network.
The network must support group IP addresses and the Internet Group
Management Protocol (IGMP V2). The address range is from 224.0.1.0 to
239.255.255.255.
The multicast address can be the same for multiple streams. However, it is then
necessary to use a different port in each case so that multiple data streams are
not sent simultaneously using the same port and multicast address.
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Note
The settings must be made individually for each video input and each
stream. The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on
the rear panel of the unit.
Multicast address Video 1… Multicast address Video 8:
Enter a valid multicast address for each stream from the relevant encoder to be
operated in multicast mode (duplication of the data streams in the network).
With the setting 0.0.0.0 the encoder for the relevant stream operates in multiunicast mode (copying of data streams in unit). The VideoJet 8008 supports
multi-unicast connections for up to five simultaneously connected receivers.
Note
Duplication of data places a heavy demand on the CPU and can lead to
impairment of the image quality under certain circumstances.
Multicast port 1 ... Multicast port 8:
If there are simultaneous data streams at the same multicast address, you must
assign different ports to each data stream.
Enter the port address for the relevant stream here.
Streaming:
Click in the checkbox to activate multicast streaming mode for the relevant
stream. The selected checkbox is marked.
Multicast packet TTL:
A value can be entered to specify how long the multicast data packets are active
on the network. If multicast is to be run via a router the value must be greater
than 1.
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COM1 settings
The serial interface port RS232/485 can be configured for specific requirements.
Note
If the VideoJet 8008 is working in multicast mode (see page 54), the first
remote location to establish a video connection to the unit is also assigned
the transparent data connection. However after about 15 seconds of
inactivity, the data connection is automatically terminated and another
remote location can exchange transparent data with the unit.
Serial port function:
Select a controllable device from the list. If you want to use the interface to
transmit transparent data, select Transparent. To operate the unit with a
terminal, choose Terminal.
Note
After selecting a device, the remaining parameters in the window are set
automatically and should not be changed.
Baud rate:
Select the value for the transmission rate in Bit/s.
Data bits:
The number of data bits per character cannot be changed.
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Stop bits:
Select the number of stop bits per character.
Parity check:
Select the type of parity check.
Interface mode:
Select the desired protocol for the serial interface.
Half-duplex mode:
Choose the setting appropriate for your application.
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Configuration menu
The configuration menu allows all parameters of the VideoJet 8008 to be
configured. You can view the current settings by opening one of the
configuration pages. The settings can be changed by entering new values or by
selecting a predefined value in a list field.
Navigation
You will see the configuration menu in addition to the unit overview after clicking
on the SETTINGS link on the LIVEPAGE.
– Click on one of the menu options on the left of the window. The associated
sub-menu is opened.
– Click one of the links in the sub-menu. The corresponding page will be
opened.
Making changes
Each configuration page shows the current settings. The settings can be
changed by entering new values or by selecting a predefined value in a list field.
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– After each change, click Set to save the change.
Warning!
Save each change with the associated Set button. Clicking Set always
saves only the settings in the particular field. Changes in any other fields
are ignored.
Unit identification
The unit can be assigned a name and an ID to facilitate identification. The name
simplifies the management of multiple devices in more extensive systems, for
example using the VIDOS software.
Unit name:
Enter a name for the unit here.
Note
The unit name is only used to identify a device remotely, for example in
case of an alarm call or when using a DNS server for easier device calling.
Enter a name that makes it as easy as possible to identify the location
unambiguously.
Unit ID:
Each VideoJet 8008 should be assigned a unique identifier that can be entered
here as an additional means of identification.
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Password
A VideoJet 8008 is generally protected by a password to prevent unauthorized
access to the unit. You can use various authorization levels to limit the scope of
a user's access.
Note
Proper password protection is only guaranteed if all higher authorization
levels are also protected with a password. For example, if a live password
is assigned, a service and a user password should also be set. When
assigning passwords, you should always start from the highest
authorization level.
User name:
The VideoJet 8008 recognizes three user names: service, user and live, which
correspond to different authorization levels.
The user name service represents the highest authorisation level. After entering
the corresponding password, you can use it to access all the functions of the unit
and change all configuration settings.
The user name user represents the middle authorization level. You can use it to
operate the unit and also to control cameras, but you cannot change the
configuration.
The user name live represents the lowest authorization level. It can only be used
to view the live video image and switch between the different live image
displays.
Password:
You can define and change a separate password for each user name if you are
logged on as Service or if the unit is not protected by a password.
Enter the password for the selected user name here.
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Confirm password:
Re-enter the new password to rule out typing errors.
Note
The new password is then saved by clicking the Set button. You should
therefore click the Set button immediately after entering and confirming
the password, even if you also want to assign a password to another user
name.
Language
The language for the user interface can be selected for easier use.
Website language:
Select the desired language here.
Date and time
If there are a number of devices operating in your system or network, it is
important to synchronize their internal clocks. For example, it is only possible to
carry out correct identification and evaluation of recordings occurring at the
same time if all devices are operating on the same time.
Date format:
Choose the desired date format here
(Europe: DD.MM.YYYY; USA: MM.DD.YYYY; Japan: YYYY/MM/DD).
Unit date:
Enter the current date. Since the unit time is controlled by the internal clock, it is
not necessary to enter the day of the week. This is added automatically.
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Unit time:
Enter the current time here or click Synchr. PC to apply the system time from
your computer to the VideoJet 8008.
Time server
The VideoJet 8008 can receive the time signal from a time server using the time
server protocol (RFC 868) and then use it to set the internal clock. The device
calls up the time signal automatically every ten minutes.
Time zone:
Select the time zone in which the system is located.
Time setting:
Select this during daylight savings time if the time change is to be taken into
account. Deselect the checkbox when standard time has resumed.
Time server IP address:
Enter the IP address of a time server working with the RFC 868 protocol.
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Camera names
The camera name makes it easier to identify the remote camera location, in the
event of an alarm for example. It will be displayed in the video screen if
configured to do so (see page 64). Moreover, the camera name is used by
VIDOS, the software for managing video surveillance systems, and makes it
easier to identify the camera.
Camera 1 ... Camera 8:
Enter a unique and unambiguous name for the camera here.
Note
The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear
panel of the unit.
Display stamping
Various overlays or "stamps" in the video image provide important
supplementary information. These overlays can be enabled individually and
arranged on the image in a clear manner.
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Note
The settings on this page apply to all camera inputs.
Camera name stamping:
This field sets the position of the camera name overlay. It can be displayed at
the Top, at the Bottom or at a position of your choice using the option Custom.
Or it can be set to Off if no overlay of this information is to be shown.
Time stamping:
This field sets the position of the time and date overlay. It can be displayed at
the Top or at the Bottom of the image or you can define a position yourself via
the HyperTerminal and activate it choosing the option Custom. Or it can be set
to Off if no overlay of this information is to be shown.
Alarm mode stamping:
Choose On if a text message should be overlaid in the event of an alarm. It can
be displayed at a position of your choice using the option Custom. Or it can be
set to Off if no overlay of this information is to be shown.
– Select the desired position from the lists.
– If you have selected the option Custom, additional fields are displayed to
specify the exact position (Position (XY):).
– In the Position (XY): fields enter the values for the desired position.
Displayed alarm message:
Enter the message to be displayed for an alarm. It can contain up to 31
characters.
Video watermarking:
Choose On if the video images transmitted are to be "watermarked". After
activation, all images will be marked with a small green rectangle. A red
rectangle indicates that the sequence (live or saved) has been manipulated.
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Picture settings
You can set the video image of each camera to suit your requirements. The
current video image is displayed in the small window next to the sliders as
confirmation. The changes take effect immediately.
– First click on a tab to select the corresponding camera.
– Set the slide bar to the desired position.
– Click Default to reset all settings to their default values.
Contrast (0...255):
You can use this function to adapt the contrast of the video image to your
working environment.
Saturation (0...255):
You can use this function to adjust the color saturation, in order to make the
reproduction of colors on your monitor as realistic as possible.
Brightness (0...255):
You can use this function to tailor the brightness of the video image to your
working environment.
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MPEG-4 encoder
For encoding the video signal, you can select two profiles for each camera and
change the presets for the profiles.
Selecting a profile
You can adapt the MPEG 4 data transmission to the operating environment (for
example network structure, bandwidth, data structures). The VideoJet 8008
provides Dual Streaming for each of the eight encoders. The advantage of this
is that each encoder can simultaneously generate two data streams with
different compression settings, for example for transmission and local storage.
Note
The settings must be made individually for each camera input and each
stream. The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on
the rear panel of the unit.
Pre-programmed profiles are available, which each give priority to different
perspectives.
] Profile 1: Low bandwidth (CIF)
High quality for low bandwidth connections,
resolution 352 × 288/240 pixels
] Profile 2: Low delay (1/2 D1)
High quality with low delay,
resolution 352 × 576/480 pixels
] Profile 3: High resolution (D1/4CIF)
High resolution for high bandwidth connections,
resolution 704 × 576/480 pixels
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] Profile 4: DSL
For DSL connections at 500 kBit/s,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 5: ISDN (2B)
For ISDN connections via two B channels,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 6: ISDN (1B)
For ISDN connections via one B channel,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 7: Modem
For analog modem connections at 20 kBit/s,
resolution 352 x 288/240 pixels
] Profile 8: GSM
For GSM connections at 9,600 baud,
resolution 176 x 144/120 pixels
Active profile for encoder 1 … Active profile for encoder 8:
Here you can select the desired profile for each of the two streams.
– Click on a tab to select the associated stream.
– Select the desired setting from the list.
Note
For alarm connections and automatic connections, always Stream 2 is
transmitted. Take this into account when assigning the profile.
Stream 2 also is the stream used for local recording. While recording is in
progress the settings selected as Recording profile are active for
Stream 2 (see page 82).
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Changing profiles
You can change the name and individual parameter values within a profile. You
can switch between profiles by clicking the associated tabs.
Warning!
The profiles are rather complex. They include a number of parameters that
interact with one another. Therefore it is generally best to use the default
profiles. The profiles should only be changed if you are completely familiar
with all the configuration options.
Note
The parameters as a group constitute a profile and are dependent on one
another. If you enter a setting outside the allowed range for the parameter,
the nearest valid value will be substituted when the settings are saved.
Profile name:
You can enter a new name for the profile here. The name is then displayed in
the lists of available profiles in the MPEG-4 encoder field.
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Target data rate:
To optimize utilization of the bandwidth in your network, you can limit the data
rate for the VideoJet 8008. The target data rate should be set according to the
desired picture quality for typical scenes with no excessive motion.
For complex images or frequent changes of image content due to frequent
movements, this limit can temporarily be exceeded as far as the value you enter
in the Max. data rate: field.
Max. data rate:
This maximum data rate is not exceeded under any circumstances. Depending
on the video quality settings for the I- and P-frames this can result in the skipping
of individual images.
The value entered here should be at least 10% higher than the value entered in
the Target data rate field.
P-frame video quality:
This setting allows you to adjust the image quality of the P-frames depending on
the movement within the image. The Auto option automatically adjusts to the
optimum relationship between movement and image definition (focus). Manual
allows you to set a value between 4 and 31 on a slide bar. The value 4
represents the best quality with, if necessary, a lower frame refresh rate
depending on the settings for the maximum data rate. A value of 31 results in a
very high refresh rate and lower image quality.
I-frame video quality:
This setting allows you to adjust the image quality of the I-frames. The Auto
option automatically adjusts the quality of the P-frame video quality. Manual
allows you to set a value between 4 and 31 on a slide bar. The value 4
represents the best quality with, if necessary, a lower frame refresh rate
depending on the settings for the maximum data rate. A value of 31 results in a
very high refresh rate and lower image quality.
I-frame distance:
This parameter determines the number of inter-coded frames between two
I-frames.
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Encoding interval:
The figure selected here determines the interval at which images are encoded
and transmitted. For example, entering 4 means that only every fourth image is
encoded, the following three images are skipped – this can be particularly
advantageous with low bandwidths.
Video resolution:
Here, you can select the desired resolution for the MPEG-4 video image. The
following resolutions are available:
] QCIF
176 × 144/120 pixels
] CIF
352 × 288/240 pixels
] 1/2 D1
352 × 576/480 pixels
] 2CIF
704 × 288/240 pixels
] D1/4CIF 704 × 576/480 pixels
Reset of profile:
Click Default to return the profile to the factory default value.
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Partitioning
Eight partitions can be set up on the VideoJet 8008 hard disk, similar to the
partitioning that can frequently be found on computer hard drives. Parameters
can be defined individually for each partition, such as size, quality, type of video
recording and the compression standard used. Changes in these parameters
result in a complete reorganization, causing saved data on the partition to be
deleted.
The VideoJet 8008 requires a dedicated partition for the recordings of each
camera connected. Each partition is linked to its own encoder or camera input:
camera input Video 1 with partition 01, camera input Video 2 with partition 02
etc. This assignment cannot be changed. Therefore all partition numbers are
always shown in the list, regardless of whether a configuration is present or has
been deleted. It is necessary to configure all eight partitions to record with eight
cameras. The default configuration already has eight partitions configured.
All partitions are listed in the table on the Partitioning page with their partition
name, number, quality and size.
In addition, the page provides you with an overview of the hard disk data, namely
the total memory, the number of partitions created, partitioned and unpartitioned
memory. A pie chart shows how much memory space is partitioned for
recordings.
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Create partition
Warning!
Changes to the size or number of partitions will result in reorganization of
the entire hard disk and the loss of all saved data. Therefore, before
making changes to the parameters mentioned, check the recordings and
back up the important sequences to your computer's hard drive.
Note
If the maximum eight partitions are already set up, you can only create a
new partition after deleting at least one partition (see page 74).
A new partition is created in separate Wizard windows, which provide you with
information and guide you step by step through the necessary settings.
This Wizard must be completed once for each partition set up on the hard disk.
After starting the Wizard, you can choose the total number of partitions to be
created. The Wizard will then restart automatically until all the partitions have
been configured.
Note
More than one partition with the same configuration can be created in a
single process. Select the Apply same settings for all new partitions
checkbox on the first page of the Wizard.
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– Click Create partition to start the Partition Wizard. The first screen of the
Wizard will appear.
– Always read the information in the upper part of the window first.
– Click in the text fields to enter values or use the other controls available, such
as buttons, check boxes or list fields.
– Click Next >> to continue to the next step.
– Click << Back to look at the previous step again.
– Click Cancel to interrupt the process and close the Wizard.
Making changes
After you have specified all the settings you want, they must be transmitted to
the VideoJet 8008 unit and saved. Click Finish on the last screen of the Wizard
to complete this process.
Warning!
All changes to the settings will only take effect after you have ended the
configuration by clicking Finish in the last screen.
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– Go to the last screen of the Wizard if necessary.
– Click Finish to finalize the configuration. All settings will be transmitted to the
VideoJet 8008 and are in effect afterward.
Editing a partition
The configuration of a partition can be changed at any time.
Warning!
Making changes to a partition causes the affected partition to be
reorganized and all sequences stored on it to be lost.
Changes to the size (total space in partition) will result in reorganization of
the entire hard disk and the loss of all saved data.
You should therefore back up all important sequences to the computer's
hard drive before making changes to the partition.
The desired changes can be made in the Edit partition window.
– Click to select the partition in the list that you want to change.
– Click Edit partition. A new window is opened containing information about
the selected partition.
– Make the desired changes.
– Click Set to save the changes.
– After closing the window, click the Set button in the main window to send the
changes to the unit and save them there.
Deleting partitions
A partition can be deleted at any time.
Warning!
Deleting a partition causes the entire hard disk to be reorganized and all
sequences stored on it to be lost. Therefore, before deleting partitions,
check the recordings and back up the important sequences to your
computer's hard drive.
– Click a partition in the list to select it.
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– Click Delete partition to delete the selected partition. The display continues
to show the line with the associated number, only the partition name is
deleted and the size is stated as 0.
– Click Set to send the changes to the unit and save them.
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Recording scheduler
Here you set the parameters for recording on the local hard disk. Recording may
be done continuously or only in the event of an alarm.
Partition:
Select the partition in which you want to record. A separate partition is used for
recording of each video input.
Activating a partition for recording
After configuring a partition, it can be activated for recording by clicking the Start
button.
Once started, the Time recording and Alarm recording pages and the settings
for the active partition are shown in gray and the configuration cannot be
changed.
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The icon at the bottom of the pages indicates recording activity on this partition.
The icon is animated while recording is in progress. Recording activity can be
stopped at any time, and one, several or all partitions can be deactivated.
– Click Start to activate the currently selected partition for recording.
– Click Start all to activate all partitions set up for recording.
– Click Stop to deactivate the currently selected partition for recording.
Recordings in progress are interrupted and the configuration can be
changed.
– Click Stop all to deactivate all partitions set up for recording. Recordings in
progress are interrupted and the configuration can be changed.
Time recording
Here you can specify the times during which continuous recording to the hard
disk will take place.
For each partition and thus for each camera input, there are separate selection
fields for each day of the week. You can select 16 individual recording periods
for each day of the week.
Note
If a period has already been selected for alarm recording, it cannot be
selected for time recording (see Alarm recording, page 79).
– Left-click on the point in the schedule at which recording should start and hold
down the mouse button.
– Now drag the selected field to the desired end time for the recording and
release the mouse button.
– Right-click a selected time segment to delete it.
– Click Select all to select all time segments.
– Click Delete all to delete all selected periods.
Used file tracks on partition:
Up to 128 recording tracks are created automatically on a partition. Each new
recording is assigned a separate track.
Selecting the Linear mode option (see page 82) means that no more new
recordings are made after the 128 tracks have been used. Old recordings must
be deleted before the tracks can be re-used. Selecting Ring mode means that
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the 129th recording will be written on the first track, so that the oldest recording
is always overwritten by the newest.
Used space on partition:
Indicates the percentage of the partition that is already used.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
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Alarm recording
Here you can define the times when recordings are to be made from the selected
camera to the hard disk in the event of an alarm.
As for time recording, separate selection fields are available for each partition
and thus for each camera input. You can select up to 16 separate periods for
each day of the week. An alarm recording takes place only during the selected
periods.
Note
If a period has already been selected for time recording, it cannot be
selected for alarm recording (see Time recording, page 77).
Warning!
For alarm recordings, alarm tracks must be set up on the desired partition
(see Number of alarm tracks, page 80).
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The VideoJet 8008 uses a special recording mode for alarm recording to
optimize the use of the memory capacity. As soon as a time slot for alarm
recording begins, continuous recording starts on a segment the size of a
complete alarm sequence (pre- and post-alarm).
This segment on the partition works like a ring buffer and is overwritten again
and again until an alarm is actually triggered. After that, recording on this
segment will go on for the time predefined for post-alarm recording, and then a
new segment will be used in the same way.
For this reason the recorded alarm file is always saved at its full length to the
partition and the recording space required for each alarm recording can be
calculated easily.
Number of alarm tracks:
Here you set the number of alarm tracks on the partition. One alarm event can
be recorded on each alarm track. The specified number of alarms can be
recorded and archived accordingly. A partition can contain a maximum of
128 alarm recordings.
If the Ring mode option is set for the partition (see page 82), the predefined
number of the latest alarm recordings will be stored. If the Linear mode option
is set, recording will stop as soon as all the alarm tracks have been written.
Pre-alarm duration:
Select the period to be covered by the pre-alarm recording.
Alarm recording duration:
Select the duration of the alarm recording.
Alarm tracks on partition:
Indicates how many of the total alarm tracks created are currently used.
Used space on partition:
Indicates the percentage of the partition that is already used.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
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Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
Properties
You can view the current parameters for each selected partition and change
them as required in the recording scheduler. You can also activate the alarms
that you want to trigger recording. You can also set the profile for the recording
here.
Warning!
Making changes to a partition causes the affected partition to be
reorganized and all sequences stored on it to be lost.
Changes to the size (total space in partition) will result in reorganization of
the entire hard disk and the loss of all saved data.
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You should therefore back up all important sequences to the computer's
hard drive before making such changes.
Partition name:
You can enter a new name for the partition here.
Video input:
Shows information about the number of the associated video input. The
numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear panel of
the unit.
Type of recording:
Select the desired type of recording here.
In Ring mode, recording will continue indefinitely. When the maximum hard disk
space has been reached, the oldest recordings will be overwritten automatically.
In Linear mode, recording will continue until all the disk space has been used.
Then recording will be stopped until some old recordings are deleted to provide
free space.
Video recording:
The recording format is displayed here for your information.
Recording profile:
For recording always Stream 2 is used. Select here the profile desired to be
active while recording is in progress. You can view and modify the parameters
for the profiles (see MPEG-4 encoder from page 66).
Note
The recording profile can be different from the standard settings Active
profile for Stream 2 and is only used while recording is in progress.
Alarm recording at:
Here you can select the alarm sensors that should trigger an alarm. The video
alarm for one camera can also be used to trigger alarm recording by another
camera.
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Note
The alarm sensors must be activated for them to be able to trigger
recording: You can activate the alarm inputs and video alarms on the
Alarm sources page (see page 84).
– Click in the checkbox for the alarm sensor you want to trigger a recording.
The selected checkbox is marked.
Note
The numbering of the checkboxes for the alarm inputs corresponds to the
labeling of the alarm inputs on the rear panel of the unit. For the video
alarm, the numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs.
Partition total size:
Indicates how much memory space the partition occupies on the hard disk.
Remaining for recording:
Indicates the maximum time remaining for recording. It is automatically updated
after the parameters are changed.
Free space on partition:
Indicates how much space is still free on the partition.
Recording status:
The icon indicates recording activity on this partition. The icon is animated while
recording is in progress.
Format
You can delete all recordings on a partition at any time.
Warning!
Before deleting recordings, check them and back up any important
sequences to your computer's hard drive.
– Click Format to delete all recordings on the partition currently selected.
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Alarm sources
You can configure the possible alarm triggers for the VideoJet 8008 (for
example the alarm inputs).
Alarm input 1 … Alarm input 10:
Select the option On in order to activate the alarm via the corresponding external
alarm sensor. Otherwise, select Off.
Select Active high if the alarm is to be triggered by closing the contact. Select
Active low if the alarm is to be triggered by opening the contact.
Name:
You can enter a name for each alarm input, which is then displayed below the
icon for the alarm input on the LIVEPAGE during configuration (see Livepage
configuration, page 94).
Video loss alarm:
Click the check box if you want interruption of the video signal to trigger an
alarm. The selected video inputs are checked.
Note
The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear
panel of the unit.
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Alarm connections
You can select the response of the VideoJet 8008 in case of an alarm. In case of
an alarm, the VideoJet 8008 can automatically establish a connection to a
predefined IP address. You can enter up to ten IP addresses which will be
selected in order by the unit in case of an alarm until a connection is established.
You can also choose which camera image should automatically be displayed
first on the receiver in case of an alarm.
Connect on alarm:
Select On so that the VideoJet 8008 automatically establishes a connection to
one of the pre-defined IP addresses in the event of an alarm.
Note
For alarm connections, always Stream 2 is transmitted. Take this into
account when assigning the profile (see page 66).
Number of destination IP address:
Here you assign the numbering for the IP addresses to be contacted in the event
of an alarm. The unit contacts the remote locations one after the other in the
numbered sequence until a connection has been established.
Destination IP address:
For each number, enter the corresponding IP address for the desired remote
location.
Destination password:
If the remote location is password protected, enter the password here.
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Auto-connect:
Select On if an active connection should be re-established automatically to one
of the previously specified IP addresses after each restart, connection
breakdown or network failure.
Note
For automatic connections, always Stream 2 is transmitted. Take this into
account when assigning the profile (see page 66).
Default camera:
Here you can select the camera whose image will automatically be displayed
first to the receiver after the alarm connection has been established. Depending
on the system configuration, the receiver can then also select the other
cameras.
Note
The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on the rear
panel of the unit.
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COM1
The serial interface port RS232/485 can be configured for specific requirements.
Note
If the VideoJet 8008 is working in multicast mode (see page 54), the first
remote location to establish a video connection to the unit is also assigned
the transparent data connection. However after about 15 seconds of
inactivity, the data connection is automatically terminated and another
remote location can exchange transparent data with the unit.
Serial port function:
Select a controllable device from the list. If you want to use the interface to
transmit transparent data, select Transparent. To operate the unit with a
terminal, choose Terminal.
Note
After selecting a device, the remaining parameters in the window are set
automatically and should not be changed.
Baud rate:
Select the value for the transmission rate in Bit/s.
Data bits:
The number of data bits per character cannot be changed.
Stop bits:
Select the number of stop bits per character.
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Parity check:
Select the type of parity check.
Interface mode:
Select the desired protocol for the serial interface.
Half-duplex mode:
Choose the setting appropriate for your application.
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Network
The settings in this window are used to integrate the unit into an existing
network.
Warning!
Changes to the IP address, subnet mask or gateway address are
transferred to the unit by clicking Set. However, they only take effect after
the unit is restarted.
– Click Set after entering a new IP address.
– To do this, enter the old IP address followed by /reset (for instance
192.168.0.80/reset) in the address bar of your web browser. The
VideoJet 8008 will be restarted, after which it can only be accessed at the
new IP address.
IP address:
Enter the desired IP address for the VideoJet 8008 in this field. The IP address
must be valid for the network.
Subnet mask:
Enter the appropriate subnet mask for the set IP address here.
Gateway address:
If you want the unit to establish a connection to a remote location in a different
subnet, enter the IP address of the gateway here. Otherwise, this field can
remain empty (0.0.0.0).
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Ethernet link type:
If the VideoJet 8008 is connected to the network via a switch, both devices must
have the same preset network connection type. If necessary, ask your network
administrator what value the associated switch is set to.
Choose Auto for an autosensing network connection. If necessary you can set
the value to 10 or 100 MBit/s for either full or half-duplex mode (FD or HD) or to
1 GBit/s FD.
Warning!
Malfunctions can occur (for example image faults) if the capacity of the
network is not sufficient for transmission of the maximum data rate
generated by the VideoJet 8008.
Dyn. DNS server IP address:
When operating a unit on the Internet, an address pool of available dynamic IT
addresses is used for greater efficiency. This means that the unit is assigned a
new IP address each time a connection is made and this address varies. Access
is easier if the unit is listed on a DNS server. It will contact the server at regular
intervals and register its device name and IP address. To connect to the
VideoJet 8008 via the Internet, it is enough to enter the corresponding unit name
and the URL of the DNS server. The server returns the current Internet IP
address for the connection.
The DNS server from videotec.info can be used. The associated IP address is
195.145.107.78. The VideoJet 8008 contacts this server automatically if the
desired refresh interval is entered for the next parameter. For example, if the
name of the VideoJet 8008 is MyVideoJet, in future it is sufficient to enter
MyVideoJet.videotec.info in the browser as the URL to establish a
connection.
Dyn. DNS contact interval:
Enter the desired update interval in seconds.
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Multicasting
In addition to a 1:1 connection between an encoder and a single receiver
(unicast), the VideoJet 8008 can enable multiple receivers to receive the video
signal from an encoder simultaneously. This is either done by duplicating the
data stream in the unit and then distributing it to multiple receivers (multi-unicast)
or by distributing an individual data stream in the network itself to multiple
receivers in a defined group (multicast). A dedicated multicast address and port
can be specified for each stream on each of the eight encoders. You can switch
between streams by clicking the associated tabs.
Note
The prerequisite for multicast operation is a multicast-capable network that
uses the UDP and IGMP protocols. Other group membership protocols are
not supported. The TCP protocol does not support multicast connections.
A special IP address (class D address) must be configured for multicast
operation in a multicast-enabled network.
The network must support group IP addresses and the Internet Group
Management Protocol (IGMP V2). The address range is from 224.0.1.0 to
239.255.255.255.
The multicast address can be the same for multiple streams. However, it is then
necessary to use a different port in each case so that multiple data streams are
not sent simultaneously using the same port and multicast address.
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Note
The settings must be made individually for each video input and each
stream. The numbering corresponds to the labeling of the video inputs on
the rear panel of the unit.
Multicast address Video 1… Multicast address Video 8:
Enter a valid multicast address for each stream from the relevant encoder to be
operated in multicast mode (duplication of the data streams in the network).
With the setting 0.0.0.0 the encoder for the relevant stream operates in multiunicast mode (copying of data streams in unit). The VideoJet 8008 supports
multi-unicast connections for up to five simultaneously connected receivers.
Note
Duplication of data places a heavy demand on the CPU and can lead to
impairment of the image quality under certain circumstances.
Multicast port 1 ... Multicast port 8:
If there are simultaneous data streams at the same multicast address, you must
assign different ports to each data stream.
Enter the port address for the relevant stream here.
Streaming:
Click in the checkbox to activate multicast streaming mode for the relevant
stream. The selected checkbox is marked.
Multicast packet TTL:
A value can be entered to specify how long the multicast data packets are active
on the network. If multicast is to be run via a router the value must be greater
than 1.
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Version information
The hardware and firmware version numbers are for information only and cannot
be altered. Keep a record of these numbers in case technical assistance is
required.
Hardware version:
The hardware version number of the VideoJet 8008 is displayed.
Firmware version:
The firmware version number of the VideoJet 8008 is displayed.
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Livepage configuration
In this window, you can adapt the appearance of the LIVEPAGE to meet your
requirements. Options are provided here to display various information and
operating elements in addition to the video image.
Moreover, individual background graphics can be used for the main window and
the upper area of the window (banners).
Note
Either GIF or JPEG images can be used. The file paths must correspond
to the access mode (for example C:\Images\Logo.gif for access to
local files or http://www.mycompany.com/images/logo.gif for
access via the Internet/Intranet).
For access via the Internet/Intranet, there must be a connection in order to
display the image. The image files are not stored on the VideoJet 8008.
– Mark the checkboxes for the information to be displayed on the LIVEPAGE.
The selected elements are checked.
– Check on the LIVEPAGE whether and how the desired items are displayed.
Logo URL:
Enter the path to a suitable background graphic in this field. The image can be
stored on a local computer, a local network or at an Internet address.
Click Search if necessary to find a suitable image on the local network.
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Device logo URL:
Enter the path for a suitable image for the upper part of the window (banner)
here. The image can be stored on a local computer, a local network or at an
Internet address.
– Click Search if necessary to find a suitable image on the local network.
Note
To restore the original graphics, simply delete the entries in the Logo URL
and Device logo URL fields.
Show alarm inputs:
Alarm inputs are displayed next to the video image as icons along with their
assigned names. If an alarm is active the corresponding icon changes color.
Show relay output:
This option has no function with this hardware version.
Show event log:
The event messages will be displayed with the date and time in a field below the
video image.
Show system log:
The system messages will be displayed with the date and time in a field below
the video image and provide information about the establishment and
termination of connections, etc.
Save event log:
Select this option to save event messages in a text file on the local computer.
This file can be viewed, edited and printed with any text editor or the standard
Office software.
Save system log:
Select this option to save system messages in a text file on the local computer.
This file can be viewed, edited and printed with any text editor or the standard
Office software.
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Path for event log:
Enter the path for saving the event log here.
– If necessary, click Search to find a suitable folder.
Path for system log:
Enter the path for saving the system log here.
– If necessary, click Search to find a suitable folder.
Path for JPEG and MPEG files:
Enter the path for the storage location of individual images and video sequences
that you can save from the LIVEPAGE or from the MEDIA-REPLAY page.
– If necessary, click Search to find a suitable folder.
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Firmware and configuration upload
Firmware update:
The VideoJet 8008 is designed in such a way that its functions and parameters
can be updated with firmware. To accomplish this, the current firmware package
is transferred to the unit via the selected network. The firmware will be installed
there automatically.
Thus a VideoJet 8008 can be serviced and updated remotely without requiring
a technician to make changes to the installation on site.
The current firmware can be obtained from your customer service center or from
the Bosch Security Systems download area.
Warning!
Before starting the firmware update, make sure that you have selected the
correct upload file! Uploading the wrong files can result in the unit no
longer being addressable, requiring it to be replaced.
Do not interrupt the firmware installation for any reason! Interruption may
lead to faulty coding of the Flash EPROM. This can result in the unit no
longer being addressable, requiring it to be replaced.
– First, save the update file to the hard disk.
– Enter the full path for the update file in the field or click Browse... to locate
and select the file.
– Click Upload to begin transmission to the unit. The progress bar allows you
to monitor the transfer.
The new firmware is unpacked and the Flash EPROM is reprogrammed. The
time remaining is shown by the message going to reset. Reconnecting in ...
seconds. After the upload is completed successfully, the unit will restart
automatically.
If the Fail LED flashes, the upload has failed and must be repeated. To perform
the upload, you must switch to a special page:
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– In the address bar of your browser, after the unit IP address enter
/main.htm (for example 192.168.0.80/main.htm).
– Repeat the upload.
Configuration download:
You can save configuration data for the VideoJet 8008 to a computer and load
saved configuration data from a computer to the unit.
– Click Download. A dialog will appear.
– Follow the instructions to save the current settings.
Configuration upload:
– Enter the full path of the file to upload or click Browse... to select the desired
file.
– Make certain that the file to be loaded comes from the same device type as
the unit you want to reconfigure.
– Click Upload to begin transmission to the unit. The progress bar allows you
to monitor the transfer.
Once the upload is complete, the new configuration is activated. The time
remaining is shown by the message going to reset Reconnecting in ...
seconds. After the upload is completed successfully, the unit will restart
automatically.
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Function test
The VideoJet 8008 offers a variety of configuration options. Therefore you
should check that it works properly after installation and configuration.
This is the only way to ensure that the VideoJet 8008 will function as intended in
the event of an alarm.
Your check should include the following functions:
] Can the VideoJet 8008 be called remotely?
] Does the VideoJet 8008 transmit all the data required?
] Does the VideoJet 8008 respond as desired to alarm events?
] Is it possible to control peripheral devices if necessary?
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Operation with Microsoft Internet Explorer
A computer with Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or later) can be used to
receive live images from the VideoJet 8008, control cameras or other
peripherals and replay sequences stored on the local hard disk.
Note
Make sure the graphics card is set to 16 or 32 bit colour depth and that
Microsoft Virtual Machine is installed on your PC. If necessary, the
required software and controls can be installed from the product CD
provided (see Components supplied, page 9).
Instructions for using the web browser can be found in its online help.
System requirements
] Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or higher)
] Monitor resolution 1024 × 768 pixels
] Network access (Intranet or Internet)
Note
You should also take note of the information in the System requirements
datasheet on the product CD supplied.
Install MPEG ActiveX
Note
In order to be able to play back live video images, an appropriate MPEG
ActiveX must be installed on the computer. If necessary, the required
software and controls can be installed from the product CD provided (see
Components supplied, page 9).
– Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive of the computer. If the CD does not start
automatically, open the root directory of the CD in Windows Explorer and
double click MPEGAx.exe.
– Follow the on-screen instructions.
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Establishing the connection
The VideoJet 8008 must be assigned a valid IP address to operate on your
network.
The following default address has been pre-set at the factory: 192.168.0.1
– Start the web browser.
– Enter the IP address of the VideoJet 8008 as the URL. The connection will be
established and, after a short time, the LIVEPAGE with the video image will
appear.
The LIVEPAGE
After the connection is established, the LIVEPAGE is initially displayed. It shows
the live video image on the right of the browser window. Depending on the
configuration, various text overlays may be visible on the live video image (see
Display stamping, page 63).
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Other information may also be shown next to the live video image on the
Livepage. The display depends on the settings on the Livepage configuration
page (see page 94).
Note
If the connection is not established, the maximum number of possible
connections may already have been reached. The maximum number of
connections depends on the device and network configuration.
Password protection in VideoJet 8008
If the VideoJet 8008 is password-protected against unauthorized access, a
corresponding message and a prompt to enter the password will appear when
you attempt to access protected areas.
Note
A VideoJet 8008 offers you the option of limiting access across various
authorization levels (see pages 46 and 60).
– Enter the user name and the associated password in the appropriate fields.
– Click OK. If the password is correct, the desired page is displayed.
Image selection
You can view the image from each camera individually on a full screen.
– Click on one of the tabs above the live video image for Camera 1 …
Camera 8 to view the image from the corresponding camera.
– Click on one of the MPEG-4 Stream 1, MPEG-4 Stream 2 or M-JPEG tabs
below the video image to switch between the different displays for the camera
image.
Camera control
Control options for peripheral devices (such as a pan and tilt head or a dome
camera) depend on the type of device installed and the configuration of the
VideoJet 8008.
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If a controllable device (such as a dome camera) is configured and connected
to the VideoJet 8008, the controls for the device are displayed next to the video
image.
– To control a peripheral device click the appropriate controls.
– Move the mouse pointer over the video image. Additional options for
controlling peripheral devices are displayed with the mouse pointer.
Digital I/O
In the event of an alarm, a green alarm symbol for the triggering alarm input is
displayed next to the video image. The display of alarms and other details
depends on the configuration of the unit (see Livepage configuration,
page 94).
The alarm symbols Input 1 ... Input 10 show the input status of an alarm input
for your information: Active 1 = Symbol lit in green, Active 0 = Symbol not lit.
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System log / Event log
The System log field contains information about the operating status of the
VideoJet 8008 and the connection. These messages can be saved
automatically in a file (see page 95).
Events such as the triggering or end of alarms are shown in the Event log field.
These messages can be saved automatically in a file (see page 95).
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Saving snapshots
Individual images from the video sequence that is currently being shown on the
LIVEPAGE can be saved in JPEG format on the computer's hard disk.
– Click the symbol for saving single images. The image is saved at a resolution
of 704 × 576 pixels (D1/4CIF). The storage location depends on the
configuration of the VideoJet 8008 (see page 96).
Recording video sequences
Sections of the video sequence that is currently being shown on the LIVEPAGE
can be saved on the computer's hard disk.
– Click the symbol for recording video sequences. Saving begins immediately.
The storage location depends on the configuration of the VideoJet 8008 (see
page 96). A recording in progress is indicated by the blinking of the red dot
on the icon.
– Click the symbol for recording video sequences again. Saving will be
terminated.
Image resolution
The sequences will be recorded at the resolution specified in the encoder
configuration (see pages 36 and 70).
Installing MPEG viewer
You can play back saved video sequences using the MPEG viewer from
Bosch Security Systems, which can be found on the software CD supplied (see
Components supplied, page 9).
Note
A corresponding MPEG ActiveX must be installed on the computer in
order to play back saved video sequences using the MPEG viewer.
Further information can be found on page 27.
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– Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive of the computer. If the CD does not start
automatically, open the CD in the Windows Explorer.
– Open the MPEG Viewer directory and copy the file MPEGViewer.exe to your
computer's hard drive.
– If necessary, you can also start the MPEG viewer by double-clicking the file
MPEGViewer.exe.
Recordings in progress
During automatic recording to the hard disk of the VideoJet 8008 by one of the
background programs, the hard disk icon below the MPEG video image on the
LIVEPAGE changes.
It is animated to indicate that a recording is in progress. If no recording is taking
place the icon is static.
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The MEDIA-REPLAY page
The integrated hard disk allows the VideoJet 8008 to be used as a digital video
recorder for local long-term recording.
The MEDIA-REPLAY page for playing back recorded video sequences can be
reached from the LIVEPAGE or from the SETTINGS.
– Click the link MEDIA-REPLAY in the navigation bar at the top of the window.
The playback page will be displayed.
Recording selection
First select the partition whose recordings you wish to view on the left-hand side.
The list contains all sequences saved on the partition. Each sequence is
assigned a sequential number (track). The start and stop time, recording
duration, number of alarms and recording type are displayed.
– Click on a partition name in the list to display the recordings for that partition.
– Click a list entry. Playback of the selected sequence will begin immediately in
the video window.
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Playback control
A time bar is shown below the video image to indicate the progress of the
sequence. If a particular sequence has been selected for playback by clicking it,
the selected sequence is highlighted in blue in the list with a green frame. The
associated time segment is shown in gray in the bar. A green arrow above
indicates the position of the image currently shown within the sequence.
The time bar offers various navigation options within and between the
sequences.
– Change the time segment displayed by dragging the gray area to the left or
right with the mouse button held down.
– Change the time intervals displayed by clicking the zoom buttons (magnifying
glass icons). The display can cover a period of anything between two months
and a few seconds.
– Select another sequence for playback by clicking the corresponding gray
marking.
– If necessary, drag the green arrow to the time position at which playback is
to start. Instead of doing this, you can also double click directly in the gray
time segment or in the time scale to skip to the selected position. Detailed
information on the date and time is shown below the bar.
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The buttons below the video image can be used to control playback. The buttons
have the following functions:
Play
or pause
Skip to the beginning of the active video sequence
or to the previous sequence from the list
Skip to the end of the active video sequence
or to the next sequence from the list
You can use the slider to control the playback speed and the fast
forward/rewind: the center means playback at recording speed, rewind is to the
left, fast forward to the right. The fast forward or rewind speed changes
depending on how far you move the slider towards the relevant icons.
Red bars inside the gray sequence fields indicate triggered alarm times. They
can be activated quickly by dragging the green arrow to the relevant points.
In addition, you can place marks in the sequences, so-called bookmarks,
allowing you to skip immediately to particular points. These bookmarks are
indicated by small yellow arrows above the time segment. How to use
bookmarks:
Skip to the previous bookmark
Set bookmark
Skip to the next bookmark
Note
The bookmarks cannot be deleted individually. Bookmarks are only valid
while you remain on the MEDIA-REPLAY page; they are not saved along
with the sequences. As soon as you exit the page, all bookmarks are
deleted.
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Backup
You can back up video sequences or individual images saved on the
VideoJet 8008 hard disk to your computer's hard disk.
First select the sequence to save as described above. The following buttons are
available for backup:
Back up a sequence to your computer's hard drive
Back up a snapshot to your computer's hard drive
– Start playback of the sequence you want to back up as a whole or in parts.
– Click the icon for backing up a sequence. Saving begins immediately and is
indicated by flashing of the red point in the icon.
– Click the icon for sequence backup again to stop saving.
This procedure can be repeated several times within a sequence to back up
several segments of a longer sequence.
– Click the button for backing up a snapshot to save only snapshots from the
sequence being played to your hard disk.
The snapshots will be shown immediately after clicking in the Event log area.
The location for saving sequences and snapshots can be specified in the
VideoJet 8008 configuration (see page 96).
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Installing MPEG viewer
You can play back saved video sequences using the MPEG viewer from
Bosch Security Systems, which can be found on the software CD supplied (see
Components supplied, page 9).
Note
A corresponding MPEG ActiveX must be installed on the computer in
order to play back saved video sequences using the MPEG viewer.
Further information can be found on 27.
– Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive of the computer. If the CD does not start
automatically, open the CD in the Windows Explorer.
– Open the MPEG Viewer directory and copy the file MPEGViewer.exe to your
computer's hard drive.
– If necessary, you can also start the MPEG viewer by double-clicking the file
MPEGViewer.exe.
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Hardware connections between video servers
A VideoJet 8008 with a camera connected to it can be used as a transmitter and
a compatible MPEG-4 hardware decoder (such as the VIP XD) with a
connected monitor as a receiver using an Ethernet network connection. This
way it is possible to cover large distances with little effort for installation or
cabling.
Installation
The compatible video servers are designed to connect with one another
automatically with the corresponding configuration. This only requires that they
be part of a closed network. Proceed as follows to install the devices:
– Connect the devices to the closed network using Ethernet cables.
– Connect them to the mains supply.
Note
Make sure the devices are configured for the network environment and the
correct IP address for the remote location to be contacted in the event of
an alarm is set in the Alarm connections field (see pages 51 and 85).
Establishing the connection
There are three options for establishing a connection between a transmitter and
a compatible receiver in a closed network:
] an alarm,
] a terminal program or
] a web browser
Connect on alarm
With the appropriate configuration, a connection between a transmitter and a
receiver is established automatically when an alarm is triggered (see page 85).
After a short time, the live video image from the transmitter will be shown on the
connected monitor.
This connection option can also be used to connect a VideoJet 8008 and a
compatible receiver using a switch connected to the alarm input. In this case, no
computer is needed to establish the connection.
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Connecting with a terminal program
Various requirements must be met in order to operate using a terminal program
(see page 23).
– Start the terminal program and enter the command i in the main menu to
switch to the IP menu.
– Enter the command r in the IP menu to change the remote IP address, then
enter the IP address of the device to connect to.
– Enter the command a in the IP menu to activate the automatic connection set
up.
Connecting with a web browser
Various requirements must be met in order to operate using a Web program
(see page 27).
Note
Transmitter and receiver must be located in the same subnet to establish
a hardware connection with a web browser (see pages 52 and 89).
– Use the web browser to connect to the receiver. Its home page will be
displayed.
– Under Video sources on the page CONNECTIONS, select the
VideoJet 8008. A JPEG snapshot of the video source selected will be
displayed on the page.
– Set the video input you want the images to come from.
– Click MPEG-4 connection to begin displaying the video images on the
connected monitor.
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Closing the connection
The connection may be closed using a terminal program or web browser.
Closing the connection with a terminal program
– Start the terminal program (see page 23); enter the command i in the main
menu to switch to the IP menu.
– Enter the command a in the IP menu to toggle off the automatic connection.
Closing the connection with a web browser
– Use the web browser to connect to the receiver. Its home page will be
displayed.
– In the title bar of the 'Monitor' window on the page CONNECTIONS, click on
the X icon to end the display of the video images on the connected monitor.
Operation with decoder software
The VideoJet 8008 video server and VIDOS software combine to provide a highperformance system solution.
VIDOS is software for operating, controlling and administering CCTV
installations (such as surveillance systems) at remote locations. It runs under
Microsoft Windows operating systems. Its main job is decoding video, audio and
control data from a remote transmitter.
There are many options available for operation and configuration operation
when using a VideoJet 8008 with VIDOS. Refer to the software documentation
for more details.
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Controls on the front panel
The VideoJet 8008 has various controls and indicators on the front panel (see
page 15). You can show some of the most important configuration parameters
in the display. However, it is not possible to change the parameters here.
– Press the Menu/Exit key. The menu is opened. You will see the first
parameter (IP address) and the set value.
– Press the arrow keys to view more parameters.
– Press the Menu/Exit key again to close the menu.
Note
The Set key is designed to allow future expansion of functions.
Parameters available in the display menu
The parameters available in the display menu are described briefly below.
IP Address
Current IP address of the unit.
Subnet Mask
Current subnet mask of the unit.
Gateway
Current gateway IP address of the unit.
MAC address
Current MAC address of the unit.
Ethernet link
Quality of the network connection.
Current connections
Displays the total number of current connections via the network.
Video locked
Shows the camera inputs at which a video signal is currently available (indicated
by O).
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Input pin states
Shows the alarm inputs at which an alarm is currently available (indicated by H).
EthTX
EthRX
Current data transmission rate from and to the VideoJet 8008.
HDD Throughput
Current recording speed to the VideoJet 8008 hard disk.
SW version
Firmware version number for VideoJet 8008.
HW version
Hardware version number for VideoJet 8008.
HDD Capacity
Current free memory space on the hard disk.
COM1
Information about the serial interface (standard, interface parameters).
Fan 1
Fan 2
Information about the status of the two fans on the rear of the unit.
Date
Time
Information about the date and time setting.
System uptime
Unit operating time since last being turned on or since the last reset (in days,
hours, minutes and seconds).
Encoder status
Indicates the encoders that are functioning correctly (indicated by +).
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Maintenance and upgrades
Testing the network connection
The ping command can be used to check the connection between two IP
addresses. This allows you to test whether a device is active in the network.
– Open the DOS command prompt.
– Type ping followed by the IP address of the device.
If the device is found, the response appears as " Reply from ... ", followed
by the number of bytes sent and the transmission time in milliseconds.
Otherwise, the device cannot be accessed via the network. This might be
because
] The device is not properly connected to the network. Check the cable
connections in this case.
] The device is not correctly integrated into the network. Check the
IP address, subnet mask and gateway address.
Restart (reset)
If necessary, you can restart the VideoJet 8008, for example if the unit is no
longer responding. All settings are retained.
– In the address bar of the web browser, enter /reset after the unit IP
address (for example 192.168.0.80/reset).
A new page appears containing the message going to reset Reconnecting in
... seconds, indicating the time until the connection will automatically be reestablished.
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Repairs
Warning!
Never open the casing of the VideoJet 8008. The unit does not contain any
user serviceable parts.
Ensure that all maintenance or repair work is performed only by qualified
personnel (electrical engineering or network technology specialists). In case of
doubt, contact your dealer's technical service center.
Transfer and disposal
The VideoJet 8008 should only be passed on together with this user guide.
The unit contains environmentally hazardous materials that must be disposed of
in accordance with the legal requirements.
Defective or superfluous devices and parts should be disposed of professionally
or taken to your local collection point for hazardous materials.
Maintenance and upgrades
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Troubleshooting
If you cannot resolve a fault, please contactyour supplier or system integrator or
go direct to Bosch Security Systems Customer Service.
The version numbers of the internal processors can be viewed on a special
page. Please note this information before contacting Customer Service.
– In the address bar of your browser, after the unit IP address enter
/version.htm (for example 192.168.0.80/version.htm).
– Write down the information or print out the page.
The following table is intended to help you identify the causes of malfunctions
and correct them where possible.
Malfunction
Possible causes
Solution
Incorrect cable connections. Check all cables, plugs, contacts
No connection
and connections.
between the unit and
terminal program.
The computer's serial
Check the other serial interfaces.
interface is not connected.
Interface parameters do not Select a different interface if
match.
necessary and make sure that the
computer's interface parameters
match those of the unit. If
necessary try the following
standard parameters: 19,200 baud,
8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.
Then disconnect the unit from the
mains and reconnect it again after
a few seconds.
No image
transmission to
remote location.
Defective camera.
Connect a local monitor to the
camera and check the camera
function.
Faulty cable connections.
Check all cables, plugs, contacts
and connections.
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Malfunction
Possible causes
Solution
No connection
established, no
image transmission.
The unit's configuration.
Check all configuration
parameters.
Faulty installation.
Check all cables, plugs, contacts
and connections.
Wrong IP address.
Check the IP addresses (terminal
program).
Faulty data transmission
within the LAN.
The maximum number of
connections has been
reached.
The unit does not
report an alarm.
The unit is not
operational after
firmware upload.
Appendix
Wait until there is a free connection
and call the transmitter again.
Alarm source is not selected. Select possible alarm sources on
the Alarm sources configuration
page.
No alarm response
specified.
Control of cameras
or other devices is
not possible.
Check the data transmission with
ping.
Specify the desired alarm response
on the Alarm connections
configuration page, if necessary
change the IP address.
Check all cable connections and
The cable connection
between the serial interface ensure all plugs are properly
and the connected device is plugged in.
incorrect.
The interface parameters
conflict with those of the
other device connected.
Make sure the settings of all
devices involved are compatible.
Power failure during
programming by the update
file.
Have the unit checked by
Customer Service and replace if
necessary.
Incorrect update file.
Enter unit IP address followed by
/main.htm in the web browser
and repeat the upload.
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LEDs
The VideoJet 8008 video server is equipped with several LEDs that show the
operating status and can give indications of possible malfunctions:
Power
Not lit:
Unit is switched off.
Lit green:
Unit switched on, no connection.
Flashing green:
600 ms (50:50) = One active connection
300 ms (50:50) = Two active connections
150 ms (50:50) = Three or more active connections
HDD
Flashing red:
Data transmission to and from hard disk in progress.
Fail
Flashing red:
Hardware fault (fan defective);
Firmware upload failed (in conjunction
with display message VideoJet-8008 DEFAULT)
LAN interface (rear)
Green LED lit:
Physical connection to the network established.
Orange LED flashing: Data transfer via the network.
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RS232/485 interface
Options for using the serial interface include transparent data transfer, control of
connected devices or operation of the unit with a terminal program. Depending
on the setting, the serial interface uses the RS232 or RS244/285 standards. The
standard used depends on the current configuration (see page 56 and 87).
RJ45 connector pin assignment
The pin assignment depends on the standard used.
Pin
Appendix
RS232 standard
RS422/485 standard
1
RxD (receive data)
RxD+ (receive data plus)
2
CTS (clear to send)
RxD- (receive data minus)
3
–
–
4
–
–
5
GND (ground)
GND (ground)
6
–
–
7
TxD (transmit data)
TxD- (transmit data minus)
8
RTS (ready to send)
TxD+ (transmit data plus)
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Terminal block
The terminal block is used to connect alarm switches.
Terminal assignment (starting at top left)
Terminal
Function
IN1
Alarm 1 input
Ground to input 1
IN2
Alarm 2 input
Ground to input 2
IN3
Alarm 3 input
Ground to input 3
IN4
Alarm 4 input
Ground to input 4
IN5
Alarm 5 input
Ground to input 5
IN6
Alarm 6 input
Ground to input 6
IN7
Alarm 7 input
Ground to input 7
IN8
Alarm 8 input
Ground to input 8
IN9
Alarm 9 input
Ground to input 9
IN10
Alarm 10 input
Ground to input 10
To connect the alarm inputs, connect each input with the ground terminal lying
to the left of it using a trigger contact.
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Glossary
Brief explanations of some of the terms and abbreviations found in this user
guide are given below.
10/100/1000 Base-T
IEEE-802.3 specification for 10, 100 or
1000 MBit/s Ethernet
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol: a protocol for mapping MAC and IP
addresses
Baud
Unit of measure for the speed of data transmission
Bit/s
Bits per second, the actual data rate
CIF
Common Intermediate Format,
video format with 352 x 288/240 pixels
DNS
Domain Name Service
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
Full duplex
Simultaneous data transmission in both directions (sending and
receiving)
GOP
Group of pictures
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol
ICMP
Internet Control Message Protocol
ID
Identification: a machine-readable character sequence
IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IGMP
Internet Group Management Protocol
Internet Protocol
The main protocol used on the Internet, normally in conjunction
with the Transfer Control Protocol (TCP): TCP/IP
IP
See "Internet Protocol"
IP address
A 4-byte number uniquely defining each device on the Internet. It
is usually written in dotted decimal notation with full stops
separating the bytes, for example "209.130.2.193".
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital Network
JPEG
An encoding process for still images (Joint Photographic Experts
Group)
kBit/s
Kilobits per second, the actual data rate
LAN
See Local area network
Local area network
A communications network serving users within a limited
geographical area, such as a building or a university campus. It
is controlled by a network operating system and uses a transfer
protocol.
MAC
Media Access Control
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MPEG-4
Further development of MPEG-2, designed for transmission of
audiovisual data at very low transfer rates (for example via the
Internet).
Net mask
A mask that explains which part of an IP address is the network
address and which part comprises the host address. It is usually
written in dotted decimal notation with full stops separating the
bytes, for example "255.255.255.192".
Parameters
Values used for configuration
QCIF
Quarter CIF, a video format with 176 × 144/120 pixels
RFC 868
A protocol for synchronizing computer clocks over the Internet
RS232/RS422/RS485 Standards for serial data transmission
RTP
Realtime Transport Protocol; A transmission protocol for realtime video and audio
Subnet mask
See Net mask
TCP
Transfer Control Protocol
Telnet
Login protocol with which users can log on to a remote computer
(host) on the Internet
TTL
Time-To-Live; life cycle of a data packet in station transfers
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
URL
Uniform Resource Locator
UTP
Unshielded Twisted Pair
WAN
See wide area network
Wide area network
A long distance link used to extend or connect remotely located
local area networks
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Specifications
Unit
Operating voltage
90 ... 250 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Current consumption
maximum 60 VA
LAN interface
1 × Ethernet 10/100/1000 Base-T,
automatic adaptation,
half/full duplex, RJ-45
Data interface
1 × RS232/RS422/RS485, bi-directional, RJ-45
Alarm inputs
10 × push-in terminals (non-isolated closing
contact), max. trip resistance 10 Ohm
Video inputs
8 × BNC jack 0.7 ... 1.2 Vp-p,
75 Ohm switchable, PAL/NTSC
Indicators
3 × LED (operating voltage, hard disk activity,
hardware fault) and display on the front panel,
2 × LED (network connection, data traffic) on the
LAN interface on the rear panel
Storage medium
1 × hard disk - 120, 240, 600 or 800 GB
Operating conditions
Temperature: 0 ... +40 °C (with 800 GB HD)
0 ... +50 °C (with other HD)
Relative humidity: 20 ... 80 %,
non-precipitating
Altitude 0 ... 3,000 m
Storage conditions
Temperature: –20 ... +60 °C
Relative humidity: 0 ... 95%,
non-precipitating
Max. altitude 10,000 m
Regulatory approvals
CE: IEC 60950; UL 1950; AS/NZS 3548;
EN 55103-1, -2; EN 55130-4; EN 55022;
EN 55024; EN 61000-3-2; EN 61000-3-3;
FCC 47 CFR Section 1 Part 15
Dimensions (w × h × l)
409.2 × 48.6 × 351.5 mm
(including feet and BNC connections)
Weight
approx. 6.0 kg (with 240 GB hard disk)
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Protocols/standards
Video standards
PAL, NTSC
Video encoding protocols
MPEG-4, JPEG
Video data rate
1 MBit/s ... 5 MBit/s per channel
Image resolutions
(PAL/NTSC)
704 × 576/480 pixels (D1/4CIF)
704 × 288/240 pixels (2CIF)
352 × 576/480 pixels (1/2 D1)
352 × 288/240 pixels (CIF)
176 × 144/120 pixels (QCIF)
Total delay
120 ms (PAL/NTSC)
Image refresh rate
1 ... 50/60 fields/s adjustable (PAL/NTSC)
Field/image-based coding
Network protocols
RTP, Telnet, UDP, TCP, IP, HTTP, IGMP V2, ICMP,
ARP
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Index
A
Activating a partition 38, 76
Actuator 21
Alarm 49, 104
Alarm input 14, 21
COM1 56, 87
Components supplied 9
Configuration 27, 98
Configuration menu 29, 58
Configuration mode 29
Alarm message 64
Contrast 65
Alarm recording 79
Control 56, 87
Alarm recording duration 41, 80
Alarm sources 84
Control cabinet installation 11, 17, 18
Control functions 103
Alarm tracks 40, 41, 79, 80
Conventions 5
Assembly kit 18
Create partition 72
Auto-connect 51, 86
D
B
Danger 7
Backup 111
Data bits 56, 87
Banners 94
Data interface 20
Basic data 45
Data terminal 23
Baud rate 35, 56, 69, 87
Data transmission 15
Bookmarks 110
Date and time 61
Brightness 65
Date format 47, 61
Browser window 102
Daylight saving time 62
C
Cables 17
Camera name 63
Camera selection 103
Cameras 20
Changes 31, 58, 73
Closing the connection 115
Color depth 10, 27, 101
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Default camera 51, 86
Defaults 36, 70
Deleting partitions 74
Deleting recordings 44, 83
Display 15
Display menu 116
Display stamping 63
DNS server 53, 90
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Dome camera 20
Installation 8, 18
Dual Streaming 11, 32, 66
Installation conditions 17
DVR 12
Installation location 17
E
Echo 24
Editing a partition 74
Electromagnetic compatibility 6
Encoder 32
Installation overview 19
Interface 14, 124
Interface mode 57, 88
Internal clock 47, 61
IP address 24, 52, 89
Encoder numbering 32, 55, 66, 92
L
Encoding 11
Language 47, 61
EPROM 97
LED 15
Establishing the connection 28, 102,
113
Linear mode 39, 41, 43, 77, 80, 82
Event log 95, 105
F
Firmware update 97
Format 44, 83
Front panel 15, 116
Function test 99
G
Gateway 53, 89
Live video images 27, 101
LIVEPAGE 94
Low Voltage Directive 6
M
Main functions 13
Mains supply 22
Maintenance 8
Make contact 21
Maximum data rate 35, 69
Media playback 108
H
Monitor resolution 27, 101
Half-duplex mode 57, 88
MPEG ActiveX 27, 101, 106, 112
hardware fault 15
MPEG viewer 12, 106, 112
Heat 17, 18
MPEG-4 encoder 66
I
Identification 6, 45, 59
IGMP V2 54, 91
Image quality 55, 92
Image resolution 106
Multicast 54, 91
Multicast connection 54, 91
Multicast function 12
Multicast port 55, 92
Multi-unicast 54, 91
Image selection 103
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Recording 37
Network 20, 52, 89
Recording profile 43, 82
Network check 119
Recording program 107
Network connection 22
Recording scheduler 76
Number of connections 28, 103
O
Operation 7, 101
Overview of functions 11
P
Recording status 39, 42, 44, 78, 81,
83
Recording tracks 39, 77
Recording video sequences 106
Regulations 5
Remote control 12
Parameters 25
Repair 8, 120
Parity check 57, 88
Reset 119
Partition 71, 76
Partition name 43, 82
Partitioning 71
Resetting the profile 36, 70
Restart 25, 119
Ring mode 39, 41, 43, 77, 80, 82
Password 29, 46, 60, 103
Router 55, 92
Password protection 46, 60
RS232 124
Peripheral device control 103
RS422/RS485 124
Picture settings 65
Pin assignment 124
Playback 108
Playback button 110
Playback control 109
Power switch 22
Pre-alarm duration 41, 80
Profile settings 34, 68
Profiles 32, 66
Protocol 57, 88
Protocols 129
R
S
Safety 7
Saturation 65
Save event log 95
Save system log 95
Selecting a profile 32, 66
Serial number 6
Serial port function 56, 87
Setup 9
Signal source 21
Snapshots 12, 106
Specifications 128
Rear panel 14
Standard 124
Receiver 11
Standards 129
Receiver password 51, 85
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Streaming 55, 92
Unit name 45, 59
Subnet mask 52, 89
Unit overview 29, 31
Symbols 5
Unit time 47, 61
Synchronous 47, 61
Upload file 97
System 45
URL 28, 102
System log 95, 105
User name 46, 60
T
V
Table-top unit 11, 17
Ventilation 18
Target data rate: 34, 69
Version 48, 93
Terminal 56, 87
Video inputs 14
test 99
Video loss alarm 50, 84
Thermal load 17
Video signal interruption 50, 84
Time 47, 62
Video sources 20
Time recording 38, 77
Time server 62
Time server IP address 62
W
Watermarking 64
Time server protocol 62
Time signal 62
Time zone 62
Total space 44
Total time 44, 83
Transmission parameters 23
Transmission rate 56, 87
Transmission standards 20
Transparent 56, 87
TTL 55, 92
Turn off 22
Turn on 22
U
Unicast 54, 91
Unit date 47, 61
Unit ID 45, 59
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