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AVer HVC series User manual
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Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................... 1
Package Contents .................................................................................................................................. 1
Getting Familiar with the AVer HVC ........................................................................................................ 2
Main System .................................................................................................................................... 2
MIC................................................................................................................................................... 3
Camera ............................................................................................................................................ 3
Remote Control ................................................................................................................................ 4
Making the Connections ......................................................................................................................... 6
Monitor ............................................................................................................................................. 6
Camera ............................................................................................................................................ 6
MIC................................................................................................................................................... 7
LAN .................................................................................................................................................. 7
Power ............................................................................................................................................... 7
Computer ......................................................................................................................................... 8
DVD player or Camcorder ............................................................................................................... 8
Central System via RS-232 ............................................................................................................. 9
Setting Up AVer HVC .............................................................................................................................. 9
Camera ............................................................................................................................................ 9
Infrared Sensor (IR) ......................................................................................................................... 9
Installing the L-Bracket .................................................................................................................. 10
Positioning the MIC ........................................................................................................................ 10
Running the AVer HVC .......................................................................................................................... 11
Navigating the Menu and Settings .................................................................................................. 11
Using the On-screen keyboard and numeric pad ........................................................................... 11
Home Menu Screen .............................................................................................................................. 12
Cam Ctrl ......................................................................................................................................... 12
Adjust the AVer HVC Camera ................................................................................................... 12
Dial ................................................................................................................................................. 13
Making a Call ............................................................................................................................ 13
Phonebook ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Add Group................................................................................................................................. 14
Edit Group ................................................................................................................................. 15
Delete Group............................................................................................................................. 16
Add Phonebook Entries ............................................................................................................ 18
Edit Phonebook Entries ............................................................................................................ 20
Delete Phonebook Entries ........................................................................................................ 21
Call History ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Check the IN/OUT Calls ........................................................................................................... 22
Make a Call in Call History........................................................................................................ 23
Settings .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Administrator .................................................................................................................................. 24
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Enable/ Disable Administrator Settings .................................................................................... 24
Quick Start ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Setting up the AVer HVC ........................................................................................................... 26
Set the Language ..................................................................................................................... 27
Setting the System Name ......................................................................................................... 27
LAN Configuration .................................................................................................................... 28
Network Setting......................................................................................................................... 29
Date and Time........................................................................................................................... 29
General Settings ............................................................................................................................ 30
Enable/Disable Far Control of Near Camera ............................................................................ 30
Set the Language ..................................................................................................................... 31
Auto Turn Off Timer................................................................................................................... 32
Display Ratio/TV Underscan/Screen Saver .............................................................................. 32
Call Settings ................................................................................................................................... 34
Auto Answer setting .................................................................................................................. 34
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) ............................................................................................... 35
Enable/Disable Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)............................................................. 36
Network .......................................................................................................................................... 37
Gatekeeper Settting .............................................................................................................. 37
Firewall Setting ...................................................................................................................... 38
Enable/Disable Quality of Service (QoS) .................................................................................. 39
Video/Audio .................................................................................................................................... 40
Enable/Disable Keypad Tones ............................................................................................. 40
Camera White Balance/Exposure/Frequency ................................................................... 40
MIC Gain Level and MIC Input Source............................................................................... 42
Specify the Video/Audio Codec ........................................................................................... 43
Reset System ................................................................................................................................. 44
Setting the Camera Preset Point ................................................................................................... 44
Testing the Network ....................................................................................................................... 45
Network Test ............................................................................................................................. 45
Test the Video and Audio .......................................................................................................... 46
Save and Send the System Log ............................................................................................... 47
Managing the AVer HVC System Using the WebTool .................................................................... 48
Access using an Internet Browser: ................................................................................................ 48
Cam. Control .................................................................................................................................. 48
Add, Edit and Delete Phonebook Entries ...................................................................................... 49
Download Phonebook Entries ....................................................................................................... 49
Edit and Save the Downloaded Phonebook Entries ...................................................................... 50
Upload Phonebook Entries ............................................................................................................ 51
Download Call History.................................................................................................................... 52
Add Phonebook Entries from the Call History ............................................................................... 54
Update the System ........................................................................................................................ 54
Backup the System Settings .......................................................................................................... 55
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Restore the System Settings ......................................................................................................... 56
Using the AVer HVC .......................................................................................................................... 57
Making a Call ................................................................................................................................. 58
Call using the Phonebook ......................................................................................................... 58
Call using Dial ........................................................................................................................... 58
Call using Call History ............................................................................................................... 59
End MCU Call ........................................................................................................................... 60
Record Video ..................................................................................................................................... 60
Playback the Recorded Video on AVer HVC ............................................................................ 61
Playback the Recorded Video using AVer VCplayer ................................................................ 62
Using VCLink Mobile ........................................................................................................................ 63
Using the VCLink Desktop ............................................................................................................... 64
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 66
Audio .............................................................................................................................................. 66
Video / Display ............................................................................................................................... 66
Network .......................................................................................................................................... 67
General .......................................................................................................................................... 67
Limited Warranty ............................................................................................................................... 68
Federal Communications Commission Statement (Class A) ....................................................... 69
Class A ITE ......................................................................................................................................... 69
CE Class A (EMC) .............................................................................................................................. 69
DISCLAIMER ...................................................................................................................................... 70
TRADEMARKS................................................................................................................................... 70
COPYRIGHT ....................................................................................................................................... 70
Remote Control Battery Safety Information ................................................................................... 70
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing AVer video conferencing solutions. The HVC series is designed to
provide HD video conferencing with all the features needed to see immediate benefits to online
collaboration and communication.
Package Contents
Make sure the following items are in your HVC package.
Manual CD
AVer™ HVC
(main system, camera and mic)
8-Pin to RS232 Converter
Remote Control
L-Bracket
(camera stand)
MIC Cable
2 AAA Batteries
26Pin-DSub Cable
(female/female)
Power Adapter
HDMI Cable
RJ-45 Cable
3-Pin MIC Converter
Power Cord
* The power cord will vary
depending on the standard
power outlet of the country
where it is sold.
VGA Cable
Phone to RCA Cable
S-video to CVBS Converter
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Getting Familiar with the AVer HVC
Main System
(1)
(2)
(3)
Main system front panel (fig. 1.1)
Name
Function
(1) USB Ports
Save captured images or record meetings on to a USB flash drive.
(2) Network Status
Displays network connection status.
(3) Power
Turn on/off main system.
(1)
(2)
AUX MIC IN
MIC IN
(3)
(4)
OUT
(5)
(6)
(7)
VIDEO IN
VGA IN
(8)
(9) (10)
CAMERA IN
(11)
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(12)
Main system back panel (fig. 1.2)
Name
(1) LAN Port
Function
Use a RJ-45 Ethernet cable to connect with your network. Requires
IP-based network.
(2) RS-232
Integrate the system into a RS-232 interface.
(3) AUX MIC IN
Connect an external microphone (MIC).
(4) MIC IN
Receives audio signal from MIC.
(5) AUDIO OUT
Outputs audio signal from the main system to external speakers or
sound system.
(6) VGA OUT
Outputs video signal to a display device using VGA. In dual screen
mode, this output functions as the secondary screen.
(7) HDMI OUT
Outputs video signal to a HDMI display. In dual screen mode, this
output functions as the primary screen.
(8) VGA IN
Receives video input from a computer, document camera or other
VGA device.
(9) AUDIO IN
Receives audio signal from an external audio source thru RCA left
and right audio connections.
(10) VIDEO IN
Receives video input from a media device thru S-Video/RCA video
connection.
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Name
Function
(11) CAMERA IN Connects the camera to the main system.
(12) DC 19V
Connects the power adapter to the system.
MIC
(1)
UT
MIC O
MIC IN
(fig. 1.3)
(2)
(3)
Name
Function
(1) Mute
Mute/Unmute the Mic.
(2) MIC OUT
Outputs audio signal from the MIC.
(3) MIC IN
Receives audio signal from the second MIC and passes it thru the
MIC OUT to the main system.
Camera
(1)
(2)
(fig. 1.4)
Name
Function
(1) IR Sensor
Receives IR signal from the remote control for system
operation.
(2) CAMERA
Sends camera video feed to the main system.
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Remote Control
The remote control requires two (2) “AAA” size batteries (included). Make sure the batteries are
installed properly before using the remote. Aim the remote control at the AVer HVC camera
infrared sensor to operate the unit.
* Available in AVer HVC310 model only.
(21)
(20)
(19)
(18)
(17)
(22)
(23)
(1 )
(2 )
(3 )
Name
(1) Call
(2) Phone Book
(3)
Enter
(16)
(4 )
(5 )
(15)
(14)
(6 )
(7 )
(8 )
(9 )
(13)
(12)
(4) ▲,▼,◄, &
►
(11)
(10)
(fig. 1.5)
(5) Present
(6) Vol +/(7) Zoom +/-
Function
Start a call or add another party.
 Search contacts to make a call.
 Add, edit, delete or create group contact
entries.
 Make a selection in OSD menus or on-screen
keyboard.
 Accept incoming calls.
 Display the site name and icon during the
meeting.
 Use these buttons to navigate through the
selections in OSD menus or on-screen
keyboard.
 Pan and tilt the camera to adjust the viewing
angle.
 Pan, tilt the zoomed in camera image or
captured image.
Share either content from the VGA IN port or
the latest captured image.
This
present icon will appear on the screen
to indicate content sharing. The icon will
disappear after 5 sec.
(11) Numeric Pad
Increase/decrease the speaker volume.
Increase/decrease the camera zoom or the
captured image magnification.
Mute/Unmute the MIC. This
mute icon will
appear when the mic is muted. The mute icon
will become translucent after 5 sec.
 Press and hold for 3 sec to set the position of
the camera to a preset from 0-9.
 Press to move the camera to a selected
preset point number.
Move back one space and delete one
character at a time.
Use to enter numeric numbers.
(12) Input
Switch the input source between AVer HVC
(8) Mute
(9) Preset
(10) Backspace
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Name
(21)
(20)
(19)
(18)
(17)
(22)
(23)
(1 )
(2 )
(3 )
(13) Far/Near
(16)
Function
camera, S-Video, or Video.
Select to control either near site or far site
camera. The
cam ctrl icon will appear on
the screen to indicate which site’s camera you
are controlling. The cam ctrl icon will disappear
after 5 sec.
(4 )
(5 )
The far site camera can only be
operated when this feature is enabled.
(15)
(14)
(6 )
(7 )
(8 )
(9 )
(13)
(12)
(14) Layout
Change the screen layout.
(15) Back
Return to previous OSD menu selection.
(16) Home
Bring up the main screen.
(17) Hang Up
End the call.
(18) 16:9/4:3
Toggle between 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratios.
(19) Dual
Switch to dual screen mode. This splits the
video conferencing screen and present screen
onto two separate monitors (two monitors must
be connected to use this feature, one through
HDMI and one through VGA).
(20) *Snapshot
Capture the image from the camera. To view
the captured image, press Present or Image
Ctrl.
Switch between camera and image modes.
 Camera mode - allows you to pan, tilt, zoom
in/out, and adjust the focus.
 Image mode - allows you to display the
captured image. To save the captured
image in the USB flash drive, press Record.
Start/Stop video recording. The video recording
can only be saved to a USB flash drive. You do
not need to be on a video conference to
record.
(11)
(10)
(fig. 1.5)
(21) *Image Ctrl
(22) *Record
(23) Info
Display the call statistics information.
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M a k i n g t h e C o n n e c t i o ns
Before making the connections, make sure all devices are powered off. Refer to the illustrated
connections below and also to the user manual of the device you are connecting to the AVer
HVC system.
Make sure all connections have been made before powering on the system.
Connecting a Monitor
Locate the VGA/HDMI input port of the graphics display device and connect it to VGA
OUT/HDMI OUT port of the AVer HVC. Both VGA OUT and HDMI OUT can be used at the
same time, allowing you to switch to dual screen mode.
LCD/DLP projector
VGA cable
HDMI cable
HDMI monitor
VGA cable
LCD monitor/LCD TV
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
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Connecting the camer a to main system
Locate the port on the back of the camera and connect it to the CAMERA IN port of the HVC.
26 Pin-DSub cable
(female/female)
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
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VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
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Connecting the MIC
Use the supplied MIC cable and connect the end with the red tag to the MIC IN port of the HVC.
Then connect the other end of the MIC cable with the blue tag to MIC OUT port.
Press the button on top of AVer HVC Mic to mute/unmute the mic.
MIC IN
MIC OU
T
Mic cable
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
DC 19V
Connecting the LAN
Connect a RJ-45 cable from your it from the LAN port of AVer HVC to a RJ-45 wall jack or
Ethernet hub.
Requires an IP-based network.
RJ-45 wall jack
RJ-45 cable
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
DC 19V
C o n n e c t i n g t h e Po w e r
Connect the power adapter to a standard 100V~240V AC power outlet.
 To prevent shock, make sure the connection ports in the main system are
connected before connecting the power cable and turning on the power.
 Make sure to use the supplied 19V power adapter.
Power cord
Power adapter
Wall outlet
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
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VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
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Connecting a Computer
Locate the VGA output port of the computer or laptop and connect it to VGA IN port of HVC.
To share the video signal from the computer, press PRESENT and select “VGA”.
Laptop
VGA cable
Desktop
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
DC 19V
C o n n e c t i n g a DV D p l a y e r o r C a m c o r d e r
Locate the S-VIDEO, VIDEO and AUDIO output port of the media player (i.e., DVD player) or
camcorder and connect it to S-VIDEO IN, or VIDEO IN and AUDIO IN port of AVer HVC.
 Make sure the NTSC/PAL switch setting is set to match your TV system.
 For better video quality, we recommend using the S-Video Connection.
OUTPUT
SCART
S-VIDEO
S-Video cable
(not supplied)
VIDEO
RCA cable
(not supplied)
Camcorder
SCART
Speaker
DVD
S-Video to SCART cable
(not supplied)
S-Video to CVBS
Converter
RCA to SCART cable
(not supplied)
AUDIO
2 Phone to RCA Cable
AUDIO
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
8
VGA IN
VIDEO IN
CAMERA IN
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Connecting to a Centr al System via RS-232
Connect the 8-Pin adapter to the RS-232 port on the system. Then connect the other end to
RS-232 port of the central system. For the command codes, visit our website or request the list
from our technical support.
Laptop
Desktop
AUX MIC IN
OUT
MIC IN
VGA IN
CAMERA IN
VIDEO IN
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Setting Up AVer HVC
This section provides useful tips on how to set up the AVer HVC components.
Camera
The AVer HVC camera can be panned (Ø +- 100 deg range), tilted (Ø +- 25 deg range) and
zoomed (7X) with the use of the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ►, and Zoom +/- buttons on the remote control.
Avoid physically adjusting the camera to prevent misalignment and damaging the
pan and tilt motor. Always use the remote control to pan and tilt the camera head.
100°
25°
100°
0°
0°
25°
Infrared Sensor
Aim the remote control at the camera infrared sensor to operate the unit.
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Installing L-Bracket
Use the L-bracket on your LCD monitor.
1. Attach the supplied Velcro strips on the L-bracket.
One on top, two underneath and the larger one on
the front side.
2. Remove the adhesive cover and place the Lbracket on the LCD monitor.
3. Place the HVC camera on top of the L-bracket.
Positioning the MIC
The microphone reception is ideal when placed within 3m of any speaker.
TV
MIC
AVer
3m
3m
(single microphone)
TV
TV
AVer
MIC1
MIC2
MIC1
AVer
AVer
MIC2
AVer
3m
3m
(two microphones)
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3m
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Running the AVer HVC
Upon running the AVer HVC for the first time (or the system has been reset), the system will
instantly direct you to the Quick Start menu. See Quick Start.
Navigating the Menu and Settings
1. In the Home menu, press ► and ◄ on the remote to
toggle between the 5 selections.
2. Press
to make a selection or the new setting to
take effect.
Using the On-screen keyboard and numeric pad
1. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to move the
selection and
2. Select
to make a selection.
and press
to void the action and
return to the previous or Home menu.
3. Select
and press
to delete all the entered
characters or number.
4. Select
and press
to delete one character
or number.
5. Select
and press
to save and take effect
the action and return to previous menu.
6.
For the numeric pad, you may use the number
buttons on the remote and press
11
to save.
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H om e Menu S cr een
There are 5 selections on the Home menu screen: Cam Ctrl, Dial, Phonebook, Call History, and
Setting. Upon running the AVer HVC, the Home menu screen will be displayed. Simply use the
► and ◄ buttons to move between selections and press
to select. You can easily place a
call and select the site contact either in Phonebook, Call History, or Dial. The administrator can
set a security password to prevent changes made to the system setting and WebTool access.
Cam Ctrl
The Cam Ctrl allows you to adjust the visual angle of the camera, before making a call.
To Adjust the AVer HVC Camera
4. Select Cam Ctrl and press
. The screen will
completely show the camera image and hide the
Home menu.
5. Using the remote control, press ◄ and ► to pan, ▲
and ▼ to tilt, and Zoom+ and Zoom- to increase and
decrease the camera magnification.
6. Press
to call up the Home menu again or
return to previous.
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Dial
Dial allows you to make a call by entering the IP address and call quality setting.
To Make a Call Using Dial
1. Select Dial and press
. The on-screen numeric
pad will appear.
To set the Call Quality, use ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons
to move the selection box to the Call Quality dropdown list and press
to select the value.
2. Use the numeric button on the remote to enter the IP
address and press
to make a call.
Phonebook
Phonebook allows you store, edit, and delete contact information, group contacts by category,
search contacts and make calls. The group and site name of the contacts in the directory will be
displayed in alphabetical order. You may also use the WebTool to edit the phonebook entries.
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Add Group
1. Select Phonebook and press
2. Select Group and press
.
.
In grouping the contacts, you can easily
categorize the contacts into a specific group such
as client, vendor, company, branch, etc.
3. Select New Group and press
.
4. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to move the
selection in the on-screen keyboard and press
make a selection. Select
and press
to
to
save the new group name.
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5. The new group name will be saved and displayed in
the Group list.
Edit Group
1. Select Phonebook and press
2. Select Group and press
.
.
3. Select the name you want to modify in the Group list.
4. Select Edit Group and press
.
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5. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to move the
selection in the on-screen keyboard and press
make a selection. Select
and press
to
to save
the revised group name.
6. The revised group name will be saved and displayed
in the Group list.
Delete Group
1. Select Phonebook and press
2. Select Group and press
.
.
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3. Select the name you want to remove in the Group list.
4. Select Delete Group and press
.
5. Select “Yes” to remove the selected group name and
“No” to cancel group name deletion.
6. The selected group name will no longer appear in the
group list when deleted.
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Add Phonebook Entries
1. Select Phonebook and press
2. Select New Site and press
.
.
3. Select the Group name.
4. Select Site Name box and press
.
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5. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to move the
selection in the on-screen keyboard and press
make a selection. Select
and press
to
when
you are done to save the new site name.
6. Select the IP address box and press
.
7. Use the numeric number button on the remote
to enter the IP address and select
to save.
8. Select the desired call quality value in the dropdown box and press
.
The bandwidth setting in the Auto Call Quality
selection will be used when Auto is selected in
Call Quality.
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9. Select Save to store the newly added site
contact and Cancel to undo adding contact.
Edit Phonebook Entries
1. Select Phonebook and press
.
2. Select the contact you want to modify.
3. Select Edit Site and press
.
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4. In the Phonebook > Edit Site screen, you may
change the Group name, Site Name, IP Address,
and Call Quality.
5. After making the changes, select Save to apply
the new changes or Cancel to undo the changes
and return to Phonebook menu.
6. The saved changes will be shown in the GroupSite list.
Delete Phonebook Entries
1. Select Phonebook and press
.
2. Select the contact you want to delete.
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3. Select Delete Site and press
.
4. Select “Yes” to remove the selected contact and “No”
to cancel contact deletion.
5. The selected contact will no longer appear in the
group-site list when deleted.
Call History
The Call History allows you to check the incoming/outgoing calls and their status. You can also
make a call by selecting it in the Call History list.
Check the IN/OUT Calls
1. Select Call History and press
.
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2. The Call History will show the IP address or the
Site name, Date and Time of call and Call status.
Refer to the table below to check the call status.
Call Status
Answered
Failed
IN
OUT
Make a Call in Call History
1. Select Call History and press
.
2. Use the ▲, and ▼ buttons to move the selection
and scroll up and down in the call history list and
press
to make a call.
3. The call will be connected.
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Settings
The Setting menu allows you to modify system settings, check the system info, test the system
and watch recorded conference files.
Administrator
The Administrator allows you to set a password to prevent unauthorized users from changing
the system settings, accessing WebTool, and VCLink feature.
Enable/ Disable Administrator Setting
1. Select Setting and press
.
2. Select Administrator and press
3. Select Enable Admin and press
.
to
enable/disable authorization; select Enable Web
Admin to enable/disable using the WebTool
function; and select Enable VCLink to
enable/disable using VCLink features.
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4. Make sure to change the default password in
Change Admin. Password and Change VCLink
Password.
Note: Default password is 1234
5. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to move the
selection in the on-screen keyboard and press
make a selection. Select
and press
to
when
you are done entering the password.
6. You will be asked to enter the password again
for confirmation.
7. The entered password will be saved. Press
to
go back to previous menu.
Quick Start
The Quick Start is the recommended process for setting up the system if you are using AVer
HVC for the first time.
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Setup the AVer HVC
1. In the Home menu, click Setting and select
System Settings > Quick Start.
If the system is administrator password
protected, you will need to enter the password
to change the System Settings.
2. In the Quick Start menu, you can modify following
settings:
Language
System Name
LAN Configuration
Network
Date and Time
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Setup the Language
1. Select Language and press
.
2. Use the ▲ and ▼buttons and select from the
language you prefer.
3. Press
to change the system into the selected
language.
Setup the System Name
1. Select System Name and press
.
2. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ and ► buttons to navigate and
to make a selection.
3. Select
and press
to save and take effect
the action and return to previous menu.
The system name will be displayed on the
screen for 5 sec after making or answering a
call.
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LAN Configuration
1. Select LAN Configuration and press
.
2. In Obtain IP Address selection, select the type
of IP and press

.
DHCP – configures the system to
automatically obtain an IP address from the
DHCP server.

Static IP – configures the system to use the
assigned IP address. Select this when the
public IP address is available.

Your IP address is - shows the current IP
address; enter info when you need to
configure your IP address manually.

Subnet Mask - shows the designated IP
address routing prefix; enter info when the
system does not automatically obtain the
subnet mask.

Default Gateway - allows traffic from one
point and exit point in network; enter info
when the system does not automatically
obtain the gateway.
3. Select Apply and press
to save the setting.
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Set up the Network
1. Select Network and press
.
You may also set the network setting in Network
selection. Go to Setting > System Settings >
Network.
2. Select the maximum transmitting and receiving
bandwidth and press

to make a selection.
Max. Transmitting/Receiving Bandwidth allows you to specify the maximum bandwidth
of the outbound and inbound calls. AVer HVC
system supports up to 4Mb.

Auto Call Quality – allows you to predefine a
default outbound/inbound bandwidth. This setting
will be used when “Auto” is selected in the Call
Quality setting.
Set the Date and Time
1. Select Date and Time and press
.
2. Select the Date and Time format you prefer and
enter the date and time values.
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General Settings
In General Setting, you can enable/disable Far Control of Near Camera to allow the far site to
control your Camera, select the system language, enable/disable Auto Power-off mode, change
the display setting, set the system to automatically answer/reject the incoming calls, and setup
the system date and time.
Enable/Disable Far Control of Near Camera:
1. Select Setting and press
.
2. Select System Settings.
3. Select General Setting
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4. Select Far Control of Near Camera. Enable to
let the far site control your camera.
Set the Language
1. Select Setting and press
.
2. Select System Setting > General Setting and press
.
3. Select Language and press
to show the
language list. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons and press
to make a selection.
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Set the Auto Turn Off Timer
1. Select Setting and press
.
2. Select System Settings > General Setting and
press
.
3. Select the Auto Power-off Mode drop-down box
and press
. Then select the idle time before
the system automatically turns off or OFF to
disable this feature.
The feature will completely turn off the system.
To turn on the system you need to press the
Power button on the main unit.
Set the Display Ratio/TV Underscan/Screen Saver
1. Select Setting and press
.
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2. Select System Setting > General Setting and
press
.
3. Select Monitor and press
.
4. Select the Monitor Aspect Ratio drop-down box
and press
. Choose the appropriate aspect
ratio of the display device you using. If you want
the system to automatically detect the right
setting, choose Auto. Press
to make the
selection.
5. Enable TV Underscan to reduce the image to
display the black borders when using the HDMI
video output.
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6. Select the Screen Saver drop-down box and
press
. Then select the time for the system to
automatically switch to standby mode or OFF to
disable this feature. Press
to make a
selection.
The screen will turn black when the system is in
standby mode. Press any button on the remote
to wake up the system.
Call Settings
Call Setting allows you to enter or change your system’s site name which will appear on the
screen during the call session for the other party to identify you. Set the system to enable/
disable auto answer, set the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) settings, and enable/disable
Advanced Encryption Standard which ciphers the data to protect against unauthorized data
access.
Auto Answer
1. Select Setting and press
.
2. Select System Settings > General Setting > Call Settings and press
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3. Select Auto Answer and press
. In the
Auto Answer menu, select OFF to turn off
Auto Answer, ON to answer the call
automatically, and Do Not Disturb to
automatically reject incoming calls.
If you are already in a conference, even if
the Auto Answer is turned on, you need to
manually accept the next call.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
1. Select Setting> System Settings> General
Setting> Call Settings > SIP and press
.
2. Select Enable SIP check box and press
to activate/deactivate using SIP.
3. Select the SIP Transport Protocol dropdown and choose the type of transport
protocol for use.
To ensure proper connection, verify if both
calling parties are using the same
transport protocol. The default setting is
UDP.
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4. Set the SIP Port.
Change this value only if you use specific
settings in your network system. The
default SIP port setting is 5060.
5. Select the Preferred Protocol and choose
which type you want the system to use as
default. If the system is unable to
establish the call, it will attempt the other
protocol.
Enable/Disable Advanced Encryption Standard
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encrypts the
data that is being transmitted during a video
conferencing to provide protection against
unauthorized data access. Encrypted data can only
be read with the device that also supports the AES
standard. All parties on the call must support AES to
use this feature, or else the data will not be
encrypted.
To activate AES, select Setting in the home menu >
System Settings > General Setting > Call Settings >
Enable AES and press
to active/deactivate the
feature.
This feature is may be restricted and unavailable
in some countries.
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Network
Network allows you to set the network bandwidth, auto call quality, gatekeeper and firewall
settings.
Set the Gatekeeper
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Network and press
2. Select Gatekeeper and press
.
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3. The Gatekeeper in AVer HVC serves the purpose of
translating services from E.164 IDs to IP addresses
in an H.323 network.
Select the following to setup the Gatekeeper.

H.323 name: the gatekeeper will use this name to
identify your system.

H.323 Extension (E.164): enter numeric data for
the gatekeeper to use to identify your system
further.

Gatekeeper IP Address: enter the IP address for
the gatekeeper server.

Use Gatekeeper: activate/deactivate gatekeeper.
Set the Firewall
Make sure to setup the Gatekeeper before setting up the Firewall.
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Network and press
2. Select Firewall and press
.
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3. AVer HVC supports firewall traversal of H.323 calls.
Select the following to setup the Firewall.

TCP/UDP ports: By default, the system
communicates through TCP/UDP ports in the range
from 30000 to 30039. You can specify the range for
your specific network environment.
Note: You must configure your firewall to allow inbound/outbound traffic through TCP ports
1720/1719 for H.323 call setup

Enable H.460 Firewall Traversal: Make sure your gatekeeper supports this feature
before enabling it.

NAT Configuration: AVer HVC supports NAT systems that use internal IP addresses to
communicate with other devices outside the LAN.

NAT Public (WAN) Address: The NAT public address must be entered when you enable
the feature on NAT configuration.
Enable/Disable Quality of Service
Quality of Service (QoS) provides different priority data
flows to guarantee a certain level of performance in
video conferencing data flow.
To activate QoS, select Setting in the home menu >
System Settings > Network > Enable QoS and press
to active/deactivate the feature.
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Video/Audio
In Video/Audio settings, you can enable/disable keypad tones, set the MIC gain level, and
select the preferred video and audio codecs.
Enable/Disable Keypad Tone
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Video/Audio and press
.
2. Select the Keypad Tone check box and press
. This will enable/disable tone sounds when
you are dialing a number using the remote
control.
Set the Camera White Balance/Exposure/Frequency
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Video/Audio and press
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2. Select Camera and press
.
3. Select White Balance drop-down box and
press
. Then select the type of mode you
prefer and press
.
4. Select Exposure drop-down box and press
.
Then select the exposure level you prefer and
.
press
5. Select Frequency drop-down box and press
. Then select the correct frequency setting
and press
.
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Set the MIC Gain Level and MIC Input Source
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Video/Audio and press
2. Select Microphone and press
.
3. Select Mic Gain Level and press
from the mic gain level up to 9.
. Adjust
AVer HVC allows you to adjust mic gain level for
proper MIC volume to improve audio reception on
the microphone(s).
4. Select MIC Through and press
. Select the
source of the MIC. If you connect a MIC in
AUDIO IN port, we recommend selecting
Audio in to prevent the sound from echoing.
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Specify the Video/Audio Codecs
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Video/Audio and press
2. Select Video/Audio Codecs and press
.
to specify the codecs you want to support.
While the AVer HVC supports the H.323 standard coding algorithm, each codec has unique
properties and performs best given a certain set of circumstances.
For Video : H.264, H.263+, H.263, H.261
For Voice : G.728, G.722.1C, G.722.1, G.722, G.711
Please contact system administrator if you have any question on these codecs.
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Reset System
Reset System allows you to restore the system back to factory settings, which will clear
phonebook entries and call history. Make sure to back up the information before resetting the
system.
Reset the System
1. Select Setting > System Settings > Reset System and press
2. Choose from the selections to reset the
system, clear the phonebook, or clear the
call history.

Default Setting Reset: LAN configuration,
video/audio codec selection and call
settings will be reset.

Clear Phonebook: all the phonebook
entries stored in the system will be deleted.

Clear Call History: all the incoming and
outgoing call records will be deleted.
S e t t i n g t h e C a m e r a P r e s e t Po i n t
You can set the camera preset point on or before the call session.
To Set the Camera Preset Point:
1. From the Home menu, select Cam Ctrl to adjust the
visual angle of the camera.
2. Adjust the camera to the view you want using the
▲,▼,◄, & ►, and Zoom +/- buttons of the remote.
3. Press/hold the PRESET button on the remote for 3
sec, then designate which number (0-9) to save the
position of the camera as that preset point.
4. To recall the preset point of the camera, press
PRESET.
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Te s t i n g t h e N e t w o r k
This feature tests the network connection between a local and far site.
Network Test:
1. In the Home menu, click Setting.
2. Select Test > Network Test.
3. Select OK to continue or Cancel to stop this
operation. Press
to make a selection.
4. Wait until the network test completes. A check
mark will appear if the network test is
successful. If it fails, please save the report in a
USB flash drive and contact our technical
support for further assistance.
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Test the Video and Audio:
1. In the Home menu, click Settin g.
2. Select Test > Video/Audio.
3. You will be able to see two identical video
displays to show that your video is working. To
test the speaker and mic, speak into the mic. If
you can hear your voice, it means your speaker
and mic are working. Press
to exit.
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Save and Send the System Log:
If you encounter unknown issues and are unsure of how to troubleshoot the unit, sending us
the saved system log data can help us analyze the problem faster.
1.
Insert a USB Flash drive into the USB Port of the HVC System.
USB Flash Drive
2.
In the Home menu, click Setting > Test > Save
System Log and press
3.
.
The system log will be saved to the USB Flash
drive.
4.
After the file is saved, press
.
5.
Remove the USB Flash drive and insert it into
your computer’s USB port. Locate the file
message.tar.gz and send it to the technical
support team.
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M a n a g i n g t h e AVe r H VC S y s t e m U s i n g t h e W e b To o l
The WebTool allows you to access your AVer HVC system remotely using an internet browser.
You can view the camera, control screen interface and remote control. You can also
access the Phonebook to add, edit and delete entries, view and download the call
history, update the system, and restore your previous settings.
A c c e ss U si n g a n In te r n e t B r ow se r :
1. Type your HVC’s IP address in the URL field.
Enable Web Admin setting must be activated
and you will need to enter the admin password
to log in.
2. In the WebTool page, you can access the
following:
 Cam. Control
 Phonebook
 Call History
 Setting
 Contact Us
Cam. Control
1. In WebTool page, click Cam. Control.
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2. The video screen and remote control will
appear. You can use all the buttons on the
screen and remote like you normally would
when you use your HVC. To return to WebTool
main page, click
.
Add, Edit and Delete Phonebook Entries
1. In WebTool page, click Phonebook.
2. In the Phonebook page, you can modify
phonebook entries by clicking New Site, Edit
Site, Delete Site and New Group.
You can also download the phonebook entries
and upload them to another AVer HVC unit.
The saved file can be edited using spreadsheet
software.
D own lo a d Ph o n eb o o k En t r ie s
1. Click Download Phonebook.
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2. You will be prompt to open, save or cancel the
operation. Click Save.
3. Locate on where you want to save the file.
Click Save.
4. You will be prompted to open the file or close
the message box when the download is
compete.
E d i t a n d S a ve t h e D o w n l o a d e d P h o n e b o o k E n t r i e s
1. Locate and open the file using MS Excel and
select As an XML list. Click OK.
2. Click ok to create a schema based on the
XML source data.
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3. You may now edit the file.
4. Make sure to save the file as XML Data so it
can be uploaded back to the system.
Upload Phonebook Entries
1. Click Browse… and locate the phonebook xml
file you wish to upload.
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2. Select the xml file and click Open.
3. Click Send.
4. Click OK to replace the existing phonebook in
the system with the new one.
5. You will be notified when you have
successfully uploaded the file. Click OK.
D own lo a d C a l l H is to r y
1. Click Call History in the WebTool page.
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2. Click Download History.
3. You will be prompted to open, save or cancel
the operation. Click Save.
4. Locate where you want to save the file. Click
Save.
5. You will be prompted to open the file or close
the message box when the download is
complete.
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Add Phonebook Entries fr om the Call Histor y
1. Select a call in the call history list with the IP
address you wish to add. Click the check box.
2. Click Add to Phonebook.
3. Select the Group (if desired), enter the site
name and select the Call Quality. Then click
save.
The new entry will be listed in the phonebook.
Update the System
1. Go to our website and download the latest
firmware update file. Then Click Setting >
System Update.
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2. Click Browse and locate the downloaded
firmware file.
Click Send to begin the system update or
Cancel to stop this operation.
B a ck u p th e Sy s te m Se t ti n g s
1. Click Setting.
2. Click System Restore.
3. Click Download Settings.
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4. You will be prompt to open or save the file.
Click Save.
5. Click Save.
6. You will be prompt to open or close the
message box. Click Close.
Re sto r e th e Sy s te m Se t ti n g s
1.
Click Browse….
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2.
Locate the system setting file to be used for
restoration and click Open.
3.
Click Restore Setting.
4.
You will be notified that the system setting
upload is successful. Click OK.
5.
On your HVC screen, you will be prompted
that the system setting is updated via internet.
Press
to close the message box and reboot
the unit.
U s i n g t h e AV e r H V C
Once when you are done setting up the system, you may start to make calls. The HVC310 has
an integrated MCU that supports up to four parties on a single video conference call.
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Making a Call
You have 3 option to make a video call. Selecting the site contact in the Phonebook list, dialing
the IP address, or selecting a previous call in the Call History list.
Call Using the Phonebook:
1. Select Phonebook and press
.
2. Select the site contact in the list and press
3. The call will be connected.
Call Using Dial:
1. Select Dial and press
.
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2. Use the numeric buttons on the remote to enter
an IP address and press
to make a call.
The speed setting in Auto Call Quality will be
used when Auto is selected.
3. The call will be connected.
Call Using Call History:
1. Select Call History and press
.
2. Select the site you want to call in the call
history and press
.
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3. The call will be connected.
4. If the call fails, the IP address may have been
entered incorrectly, the far site is set to Do not
Disturb mode or the far site hung up the call.
End MCU Call:
1. Use the ▲ and ▼ buttons to select which site
you want to disconnect with and press
. To
end the meeting, select Disconnect All.
Each location/site will be color coded for easy
identification. Match the color of the site names
to their color frames for visual reference.
Re c o r d V id e o
AVer HVC requires a USB flash drive to record meetings. The recorded video will be saved
in .VC format. Video recording can be done whether you are in a video conference call or not.
Insert the USB flash drive to either USB port of the main system and wait for the USB flash
drive to initialize (a message will indicate this). Press RECORD on the remote control to start
and again to stop video recording. AVer HVC can support USB flash drives from 2GB to 64GB.
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USB Flash Drive
Playback the Recorded Video on AVer HVC
Insert the USB flash drive with the recorded .VC file into either HVC USB port.
1. In the HOME menu, click Setting and
select Recording File.
2. Select Recording Video Playback and then select the meeting file you want to
watch.
3. In the Recording Video Playback screen,
use the left and right buttons on the
remote to select the video player buttons
to play, pause, and stop the video. Use
the Layout button to change the window
layout.
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Playback the Recorded Video Using AVer VCplayer
Make sure your computer meets the minimum system requirements below.
Minimum System Requirements
•
Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® XP or higher processor 2.4GHz Pentium® 4 or
Intel core 2 duo or better (recommended)
•
Windows XP (SP2) or later
•
512MB RAM or better
•
50MB of available hard-disk space
1. Click start > All Programs >
AVer VCplayer > VCplayer, or
double-click
on the
desktop.
2. Click
to locate the .VC file.
3. Select the desired file and click
Open.
4. In the VC player control panel, you can do the following:
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Start playing the file.
Change to different split
screen modes (layouts).
Stop playing the file.
Close the VCplayer
application.
Rewind the video 5
minutes.
Display the VCplayer
application information.
Skip the video forward 5
minutes.
Adjust the Volume.
U s i n g VC L i n k M o b i l e
This app is available for iOS and Android through their respective app stores. Using your
phone’s Wi-Fi connection, VCLink Mobile allows you to control your HVC system with the
remote control interface. You can also edit and download the system’s phonebook, keeping
your contacts with you at all times. Before using VCLink Mobile, enable this feature and set a
password.
To start using VCLink Mobile:
1. Click Add New.
2. Register the AVer HVC unit. Enter a Title, the IP Address and
VCLink password of the device. Then click Save.
Enable the Favorite check box to add the registered device in
Favorite tab.
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3. Double-click the name in the list to log in.
4. Click on Remote Control tab to bring up the AVer HVC mobile remote. Slide the lower panel
left and right to access all features.
5. Click the Phonebook tab, then the AVer HVC tab to
access the phonebook of the connected unit. To save
the phonebook to your phone, click Copy to Local. The
phonebook will be listed in the Personal tab.
U s i n g VC L i n k D e s k t o p
VCLink Desktop allows you to share your computer desktop image while in a conference. Make
sure to have the VCLink password and the VCLink feature is checked (enabled).
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To start using VCLink Desktop:
1. Click
to register the AVer HVC unit.
2. Enter a Title, the IP Address and VCLink password of the
device. Then click OK.
3. Select the registered AVer HVC in the list and click Log In
icon.
4. Select the image you want to share and click Share. To stop
sharing, click the Log Out icon.
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5. The screen will display the shared image.
Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g
Audio
1. Can’t hear the audio during a call .

Make sure the MICs are not muted.

Make sure the MIC connections are properly connected as illustrated in this manual.

Ensure proper volume level on the system.
2. The audio quality is poor.

Ensure the mic is not damaged.

Try to adjust the "Mic Gain Level”.

Make sure the MIC is not facing the output speakers to prevent echo.
V ideo / Display
1. There is no image/video on the screen

Press any button on the remote control to check if the camera is in sleep mode.

Check all the connections as shown in this manual.

Check if the TV or LCD monitors are powered on.

Verify the input source of the TV or LCD monitors is switched to the HVC system.
2. The video on the screen is blurry

Press the
while the system is in camera mode will trigger the auto focus function.

Press Zoom -
or Zoom +
button to adjust the focus of the AVer HVC camera.
3. I'm trying to share the contents from VGA but when I press "Present" on the
remote control, there is no VGA signal indicated on the selection

Make sure the device is properly connected to the VGA IN port of AVer HVC.

For a notebook, make sure it is set to output the display on an external monitor.
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4. The “Present Failed” error message appeared on my screen when I started the
present content
The far site you are calling does not support H.239 features or they are disabled. Please
contact the system administrator for more information about the settings.
N e t wo r k
1. After resetting the system to default settings, the system IP address is still
undetectable or an invalid value
 If the IP/Subnet Mask/Default Gateway shows an incorrect value, you can modify the
value in “Static IP” Mode.
 The default Obtain IP address selection in AVer HVC is in “Static IP”. Please change the
selection to DHCP under LAN Configuration. The system will automatically obtain the IP
address from the DHCP server.
2. Why can’t I access the WebTool?
 Check if you have entered the correct system IP address and AVer HVC is on.
 Ensure HTTP Port 80 is opened in your firewall settings.
 Check administrator setting on AVer HVC to confirm Webtool is enabled.
3. The call is connected but there’s no video/audio from far site
 Please verify your firewall policy setting and/or NAT Configuration/NAT public address.
4. I get the error message “DHCP service failed” when I try to obtain an IP
address as DHCP.
 Make sure the AVer HVC is connected to a active LAN jack.
 Verify your DHCP server connection.
 Verify the security setting for the MAC address in your network device.
General
1. Unable to connect the call and the “Call failed” error message appears on the
screen

Ensure you are calling the correct IP address.

Verify if the far site has set their system to “Do Not Disturb” or is not picking up the call.

Ensure you are not calling to a system that already has the maximum number
of connections connected on a call.
2. I can’t remember the administrator password
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Please contact AVer technical support for assistance.
3. Unable to control the far end camera

Make sure the
Cam Ctrl icon is positioned on the screen you want to control. Press
on the remote to switch to the desired screen.

Make sure the far site has enabled the Far Control of Near Camera setting. To enable,
press
and go to Setting > System Setting. Then select "Far control of Near Camera ".
4. AVer HVC cannot detect the USB device

Unplug and plug the USB flash drive again and wait for 10 to 15 seconds for the system
to detect the new USB device.

We do not recommend using an external HDD, it may cause system errors or recording
failures.
L i m i t e d Wa r r a n t y
For a period of time beginning on the date of purchase of the applicable product and extending
as set forth in the “Warranty Period of AVer Product Purchased” section of the warranty card,
AVer Information Inc. (“AVer”) warrants that the applicable product (“Product”) substantially
conforms to AVer’s documentation for the product and that its manufacture and components are
free of defects in material and workmanship under normal use. “You” as used in this agreement
means you individually or the business entity on whose behalf you use or install the product, as
applicable. This limited warranty extends only to You as the original purchaser. Except for the
foregoing, the Product is provided “AS IS.” In no event does AVer warrant that You will be able
to operate the Product without problems or interruptions, or that the Product is suitable for your
purposes. Your exclusive remedy and the entire liability of AVer under this paragraph shall be,
at AVer’s option, the repair or replacement of the Product with the same or a comparable
product. This warranty does not apply to (a) any Product on which the serial number has been
defaced, modified, or removed, or (b) cartons, cases, batteries, cabinets, tapes, or accessories
used with this product. This warranty does not apply to any Product that has suffered damage,
deterioration or malfunction due to (a) accident, abuse, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or
other acts of nature, commercial or industrial use, unauthorized product modification or failure
to follow instructions included with the Product, (b) misapplication of service by someone other
than the manufacturer’s representative, (c) any shipment damages (such claims must be made
with the carrier), or (d) any other causes that do not relate to a Product defect. The Warranty
Period of any repaired or replaced Product shall be the longer of (a) the original Warranty
Period or (b) thirty (30) days from the date of delivery of the repaired or replaced product.
Limitations of Warranty
AVer makes no warranties to any third party. You are responsible for all claims, damages,
settlements, expenses, and attorneys’ fees with respect to claims made against You as a result
of Your use or misuse of the Product. This warranty applies only if the Product is installed,
operated, maintained, and used in accordance with AVer specifications. Specifically, the
warranties do not extend to any failure caused by (i) accident, unusual physical, electrical, or
electromagnetic stress, neglect or misuse, (ii) fluctuations in electrical power beyond AVer
specifications, (iii) use of the Product with any accessories or options not furnished by AVer or
its authorized agents, or (iv) installation, alteration, or repair of the Product by anyone other
than AVer or its authorized agents.
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Disclaimer of Warranty
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED OTHERWISE HEREIN AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, AVER DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WITH
RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, COURSE OF DEALING, TRADE
USAGE OR PRACTICE OR THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.
Limitation of Liability
IN NO EVENT SHALL AVER BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF PROFITS, DATA, REVENUE, PRODUCTION, OR USE,
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES
ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OR THE USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF ANY PRODUCT, WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT OR TORT,
INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, EVEN IF AVER HAS
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. AVER’S TOTAL, AGGREGATE
LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, REGARDLESS OF FORM OF ACTION, SHALL
IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY YOU TO AVER FOR THE SPECIFIC
PRODUCT UPON WHICH LIABILITY IS BASED.
Governing Law and Your Rights
This warranty gives you specific legal rights; You may also have other rights granted under
state law. These rights vary from state to state.
For warranty period, please refer to the warranty card.
Fe d e r a l C o m m u n i c a t i o n s C o m m i s s i o n S t a t e m e n t ( C l a s s A )
NOTE- This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A 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 tuning 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/television technician for help.
Class A ITE:
Class A ITE is a category of all other ITE which satisfies the class A ITE limits but not the class B ITE limits.
Such equipment should not be restricted in its sale but the following warning shall be included in the
instructions for use:
Warning - This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CE Class A (EMC)
This product is herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the Council Directives
on the Approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive 2004/108/EEC.
Warning - This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures to correct this interference.
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DISCLAIMER
No warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, is made with respect to the contents of this
documentation, its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose. Information
presented in this documentation has been carefully checked for reliability; however, no responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies. The information contained in this documentation is subject to change without
notice.
In no event will AVer be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of
the use or inability to use this product or documentation, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
TRADEMARKS
AVer is registered trademarks of AVer Information Inc. Other trademarks used herein for description purpose
only belong to each of their companies.
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transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form by any
means without the written permission of AVer INFORMATION Inc.
THE MARK OF CROSSED-OUT WHEELED BIN INDICATES THAT THIS PRODUCT
MUST NOT BE DISPOSED OF WITH YOUR OTHER HOUSEHOLD WASTE.
INSTEAD, YOU NEED TO DISPOSE OF THE WASTE EQUIPMENT BY HANDING
IT OVER TO A DESIGNATED COLLECTION POINT FOR THE RECYCLING OF
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. FOR MORE
INFORMATION ABOUT WHERE TO DROP OFF YOUR WASTE EQUIPMENT FOR
RECYCLING, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR HOUSEHOLD WASTE DISPOSAL
SERVICE OR THE SHOP WHERE YOU PURCHASED THE PRODUCT.
Re m o t e C o n t r o l B at t e r y S a f e t y I n f o r m at i o n
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Store batteries in any cool & dry place.
Do not dispose used batteries in domestic waste. Dispose batteries at special collection points or
return to stores if applies.
Remove the batteries if they are not in use for long period of time. Battery leakage and corrosion
can damage the remote control, dispose batteries safely.
Do not mix and use old and new batteries.
Do not mix and use different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable
(nickel-cadmium).
Do not dispose batteries in a fire.
Do not attempt to short circuit the battery terminals.
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