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User’s Guide
IP Camera
Quick
Installation
Guide
Part Number 00552-01681 Rev. B
Jul. 2007
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Table of Contents
Compliance Statement.............................................................................................................................4
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................................................................5
Owner’s Record...........................................................................................................................................................................5
Important Notice.........................................................................................................................................................................6
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings.................................................................................................................................... 7
How Can I Get Help?............................................................................................................................................................... 7
Package Content...............................................................................................................................................................................9
1. Installation ....................................................................................................................................................................................10
1-1 Connect C1002 to your Local Network ..................................................................10
1-1-1 There is DHCP Server in your LAN .............................................................10
1-1-2 There is not DHCP Server in your LAN ......................................................13
1-2 Connect C1002 to your computer directly............................................................16
1-3 Connect C1002 to Internet ........................................................................................16
2. Software Installation...............................................................................................................................................................18
2.1 Utility CD........................................................................................................................18
2.2 Login & Access Camera video .................................................................................21
2.3 Configuration Page .....................................................................................................24
2.3.1 Basic Setting..........................................................................................................25
2.3.2 Networking Setting...............................................................................................25
2.3.3 Alarm Setting........................................................................................................25
2.3.4 DDNS Setting : .....................................................................................................25
2.3.5 SMTP Configuration (E-mail): ...........................................................................26
Appendix..............................................................................................................................................................................................27
A. Rear Panel.......................................................................................................................27
B. Technical Data................................................................................................................28
C. Cross Ethernet Cable Making Tip .............................................................................29
Clairvoyant User’s Manual .............................................................................................................................................30
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Compliance Statement
CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name:
MWR Engineering
Model No.:
Clairvoyant 1002
Responsible Party:
MWR Engineering Consultant Co., Ltd.
Address: 12C, Hai-Yue-Ge, Hui-Jing-Hao-Yuan, Science and Technology Area,
Nan-Shan District, Shenzhen, Guang Dong Province
China,
Zip/Postal Code: 518057
Telephone No.:
86-755-26966470
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
(1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that cause undesired operation.
Owner’s Record
The model and serial number are located at the bottom. Record these
numbers in the spaces provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your MWR dealer regarding
this product.
Model No. Clairvoyant1002 Serial No.
WARNING:
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain
or moisture.
For AC Adapter
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
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Important Notice
1. The Clairvoyant1002 is for indoor use. Note that the CMOS sensor
inside the product can be damaged permanently if the camera lens is
exposed to direct sunlight. If your application demands prolonged
exposure to sunlight, you should consider equipping it with a sun visor.
2. The Clairvoyant1002 is not weatherproof. You should consider the
environmental specifications that are included in this manual. If you
want to use your camera outdoors, you should equip the camera with a
weatherproof case to protect it from water, moisture, or extreme
temperatures (higher or lower than the specification). For
Clairvoyant1002 cleaning, gently wipe the outside with a clean dry cloth.
3. Be sure to use the DC power adapter that is provided with the camera.
Connecting a Clairvoyant1002 to other power source will cause damage
to the camera.
4. Be gentle in handling the Clairvoyant1002. The glass lens may be
defocused or even scratched if the camera is dropped or mishandled.
5. The Clairvoyant1002 is equipped with metal wall mount (Beware sharp
edge may cut your fingers). When installing the camera, be sure it is
attached firmly to obtain best quality images. Better to locate the camera
where children cannot reach it.
6. If the Clairvoyant1002 does not operate properly, please contact MWR
Engineering or local distributors for service. Do not disassemble the
product or the warranty may be voided.
7. Camera surveillance laws differ for each country. Please contact local
authorities first to avoid any surveillance law violations and to apply for
authorized purposes, if necessary.
8. The manufacture or the seller of this device(s) cannot be held liable
under any circumstances if the device(s) is used for illegal purposes,
offenders are subject to severe legal punishments by government law
enforcement agencies.
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Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
There are two levels of special notation used in this manual. They are:
WARNING: If the actions indicated in a “WARNING” are not
complied with, injury or major equipment damage could result.
A warning statement typically describes the hazard, its possible
effect, and the measures that must be taken to reduce the
hazard.
CAUTION: If the action specified in the “CAUTION” is not complied
with, damage to your equipment could result.
NOTE: A “NOTE” provides supplementary information, emphasizes a point or
procedure, or gives a tip for easier operation.
How Can I Get Help?
The following section tells you who to call if you need help.
Within China
MWR Engineering Co., Ltd. maintains a Customer Service Center at its BUs in
Shenzhen, or Taiwan. The phone numbers are:
Service Calls
(86) 755-2696-6470 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
(86) 755-2696-6471 ext.:88 FAX
(886) 2-27701-1951
NOTE: When calling with a camera-related question, please have the serial
number of the camera. The serial numbers can be seen on bottom of the
camera.
Application Questions
If you have an application question, you can contact the local distributors for
your region:
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Applications Internet E-Mail Address
If you have access to the Internet, you can send application questions by
e-mail to:
sales@mwr.com.tw
This method also enables you to attach a file, such as a portion of image, to
your message.
NOTE: Please attach the serial number of the camera.
Regional Distributors
MWR on Demand Web Page
If you have access to the Internet, you can view MWR’s web page at the
following address:
http://www.mwr.com.tw
The web site contains sales, customer service, and technical support
information.
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Package Content
1. Indoor Camera
or
Outdoor Camera
2. Power Adapter : 5VDC, 1A
Or
3. Utility CD :
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1. Installation
1-1 Connect C1002 to your Local Network
CAUTION:
Please use the DC
power adapter that is
provided
with
the
camera.
Connecting camera to other
power
source
will
cause
permanent
damage
to
the
camera.
NOTE:
Please use straight Ethernet cable
(CAT. 5e) to connect camera to your
home/ office network switch/ hub or
a broadband router.
1-1-1 There is DHCP Server in your LAN
The camera will get IP from DHCP Server (Factory Setting).
Please use “IP Camera Tool” in Utility CD to search and link to cameras.
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“IP Camera Tool” ” in Utility CD will find all the Clairvoyant 1002 IP cameras
in your local network.
“Double Clicks” or ”Right Click” on the camera you want to connect, choose
“Access IP Camera” will bring up IE browser with camera login screen.
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Note:
You can choose to modify the camera to fixed IP by Choosing “Network
Settings”
Warning:
Please consult your office network administrator to get a
free IP for your IP Camera, duplicated IP address will
cause undesired problems.
Normally you will not need to change the network settings automatically
obtained from DHCP server.
Please don’t check the “Using Dhcp” in order to use fixed IP address and
network settings.
There is no Password set by factory default, please leave the Password
field blank as it is.
CAUTION:
Please always write down the password and keep
password in safe place.
Please kindly notice, if you
forget password you set, you will have to return the
camera to manufacturer for recovery, there is no way to
reset password of your camera.
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1-1-2 There is not DHCP Server in your LAN
The camera will not be able to get IP from DHCP Server (Factory Setting).
Please use “IP Camera Tool” in Utility CD to search and link to cameras.
“IP Camera Tool” ” in Utility CD will find all the Clairvoyant 1002 IP cameras
in your local network.
The “Access IP Camera” will be in gray color, you will not able to link to
your camera at this step.
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You must choose “Network Settings” to set the camera to fixed IP.
Please modify the “IP Address” to the same subnet of your computer.
Normally the IP should start with “192.168.xxx.xxx”
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If you are not sure of your computer IP address, please go to DOS mode
by : “START” => “RUN” => Open “CMD”
Type “ipconfig /all” at command prompt,
You will be able to find you
computer network settings.
After input correct network
settings, press “Set”
Follow the procedures
described in 1-1-1 There is
DHCP Server in your LAN
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1-2 Connect C1002 to your computer directly
Because there is no DHCP Server available, you
have to setup the network settings manually.
Please follow the procedures in previous
sections (1-1-2) to link to your camera.
1-3 Connect C1002 to Internet
Connect IP Camera to
your broadband router or
NAT gateway.
Do the following setup:
1. Setup Virtual Server/
forward port on your
router to camera,
2. or set router DMZ to
your IP Camera IP,
3. Obtain DDNS service
from DynDNS if you
don’t have fixed public
IP,
4. Setup DDNS account
information to your
camera
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5. Access camera URL through Internet.
Example:
http://your_camera.dyndns.org:port
Please reference more details of Router & DynDNS setup on Reference
User’s Manual.
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2. Software Installation
2.1 Utility CD.
Please insert the “Utility CD” into your CD-ROM drive, auto-run program
will start and below screen will guide you through installation.
To install software and ActiveX plug-in
Please click on the “Install 1st” tab to install software and ActiveX plug-in.
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Click on “Next”,
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Click on “Close”,
The IP Camera search utility software icon will display on your
desktop.
Click on the “IP Camera Tool” tab to search Clairvoyant 1002 IP cameras in
your local network.
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2.2 Login & Access Camera video
“Double Clicks” or ”Right Click” on the camera you want to connect, choose
“Access IP Camera” will bring up IE browser with camera login screen.
There is no Password set by factory default, please leave the Password
field blank as it is. Click on “Sign in” tab
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Note:
1. Clairvoyant 1002 IP camera will required a Microsoft Windows based
PC with Media Player 7.0 or later installed.
2. If the video don’t start, please reference the “ActiveX_Security_Setup”
manual.
3. If you see only white screen and your camera is in outdoor or expose
to strong light, please change the “Mode” to “Outdoor”.
4. If you see flickers on video and your camera is installed indoor, please
change the “Mode” to “50Hz” or “60Hz” according to the electricity of your
country.
Description of Monitoring Page
Resolution : QVGA(320x240)/ VGA(640x480)
Working environment Mode : indoor / outdoor ( 50Hz/ 60Hz)
Photo parameter modulation:Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Rate
Exterior alarm I/O Scout menu : “Snapshot” and “Record” Scout window
setting :
1. May only see currently window
2. May increase 3 IP camera, real-time view picture in four
windows as below
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2.3 Configuration Page
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2.3.1 Basic Setting
Camera Alias : Input the camera name for you to recognize.
Password and Confirm Password: password used to login the IP Camera
( Default is blank )
CAUTION:
Please always write down the password and keep
password in safe place. Please kindly notice, if you
forget password you set, you will have to return the
camera to manufacturer for recovery, there is no way to
reset password of your camera.
2.3.2 Networking Setting
Factory default the “Using DCHP” is chosen, the IP Camera will try to get IP
address automatically from DHCP SERVER of your network.
You can also configure the IP address manually.
IP: enter the IP address assigned.
Mask: Enter the subnet mask. The default is 255.255.0.0
Gateway: Enter IP gateway.
DNS: Enter DNS IP address provided by your ISP (Internet service provider).
Http Port: Enter the input port number, default as 80.
If IP camera connects with ADSL directly, chose Using ADSL Dialup, enter
ADSL dialup user and password
2.3.3 Alarm Setting
Image Motion Detect: Motion object will trigger alarm
External Sensor Detect: Sensor signal will trigger alarm
Alarm Notify By Mail : Sent alarm email to assigned email box which included
snapshot picture
2.3.4 DDNS Setting :
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DDNS Setting: Clairvoyant 1002 IP camera supports protocols from two DDNS
providers:
1. Oray.net
2. Dyndns.org
Domain Name: the second-level name you apply for and acquire at Oray.net or
Dyndns.org, please read more details in “Reference User’s manual”
User and Password: the user name and password when applying for the DDNS
service.
2.3.5 SMTP Configuration (E-mail):
Users can assign the e-mail boxes to receive and send mails. The
e-mail box is used for receiving the snapshots sent after alarm and the
public wan IP address after successful dial-up.
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Appendix
A. Rear Panel
LAN: RJ-45/10-100 Base T
COM:
1, 4: GND
2: TX RS-232
5: ALM Input
6: Relay, ALM Output
2, 7: RS-232 only for test
7: RX RS-232
8: ALM GND
3: +5V(100mA)Voltage Output
DC5V: 5V/1A Power supply
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B. Technical Data
Image System
- Compression: Motion JPEG hardware compression
- 350,000 pixels CMOS sensor
- f: 6.0mm to infinity, C/CS mount lens
- Min. 2.0 to 3.0 Lux (Indoor version)
- Min. 0 Lux with IR Leds (Outdoor version)
- Automatic Exposure Control
- Automatic Gain Control
- Automatic Brightness Control
- Automatic White Balance
- Flicker Avoidance (Flicker less)
- Resolution:
QVGA (320 x 240)
VGA (640 x 480)
- Image Frame Rate:
Max. 25 fps at QVGA resolution, average 4 Mbps/sec
Max. 15 fps at VGA resolution, average 4 Mbps/sec
- I/O Interface
CAT5, RJ-45 x1 (802.3)
RS-485 for PTZ control (OEM indoor version)
Network Protocols
- TCP/IP, HTTP, ARP, ICMP, PPPoE, DHCP, SMTP, DDNS
Client
- IE6
Mechanical & Environment
- Dimensions (mm, L x H x W):
106 x 46 x 46 (OEM indoor version)
135 x 45 x 68 (Sample indoor version)
174 x 80 x 72 (Outdoor version)
- Weight (g): 350 / 650 (Indoor/ Outdoor)
- Power Requirement: 5 V / 0.3A (Indoor version) / 5 V / 1A (Outdoor version)
- Operation Temp: 5 ºC to 50 ºC (40 ºF to 122 ºF)
- Humidity: Rh10 % to 90 %
Remark:
- Optional Digital FTP alarm, scheduling, NFS storage functions
- Optional Alarm inputs and outputs, Power over Ethernet, Wi-Fi wireless
- Optional DVR client software for 16 cameras monitoring.
- OEM PTZ or Fixed Dome camera available.
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C. Cross Ethernet Cable Making Tip
I. LAN Plug
Pin: 1 ~ 8
II. LAN Cable
PART-A
PART-B
III. Connection Method
a. Connect LAN Cable Part-A and LAN plug by order as one to one .
b. Connect to LAN cable Part-B & Part-A, Replace order No.1 & 3, No.2 & 6.
c. Connect LAN cable Part-B No. 3 to LAN plug No. 1 and connect the next
by order.
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