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FW3150 User’s Manual Part 1
FW3150 User’s Manual
Part 1
(Product Overview)
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2.
3.
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Product Overview ....................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.
FW-3150 ............................................................................................................................. 4
1.2.
Key Functions of FW-3150 ................................................................................................. 4
1.3.
Technical Specification of FW-3150 ................................................................................... 5
1.4.
FW-3150 Packing List......................................................................................................... 7
Hardware Description ................................................................................................................. 1
2.1.
FW-3150 Front Panel View................................................................................................. 1
2.2.
FW-3150 Rear Panel View ................................................................................................. 2
FW-3150 HW installation and basic setup ................................................................................. 3
3.1.
Before installation, .............................................................................................................. 3
3.2.
Factory Default Condition ................................................................................................... 3
3.3.
FW-3450 Hardware installation .......................................................................................... 3
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Notice
• The materials in this document are for information use only and are subject to change without notice.
While reasonable efforts have been made in the preparation of this document, to assure its accuracy,
Seyeon Tech. assumes no liability resulting from errors or omissions in this document; or from the use of the
information contained herein.
• Seyeon Tech. reserves the rights to make changes in the product design without reservation and without
notification to its users.
Copyright
Copyright
1999-2008 Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be
reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written consent of Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
Copyright
1999-2008 Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
810-12 Yeok Sam-dong, Kang Nam-gu, SEOUL, 135-081,
TEL : 82 2 3017 0855
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KOREA
FAX : 82 2 3017 0843
URL : http://www.flexwatch.com
Warning
To prevent risk of electric shock, do not remove the system-case. Any repair or modifications for the product
will be allowed by qualified service personals only. Do not expose this appliance to water or moisture. Do not
install this product in hazardous areas where highly combustible or explosive products are stored or used.
Important Information
•
Before installation, please read and observe all instructions and warnings contained in this manual.
Retain this manual with the original receipt for future reference and warranty.
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If any items are missing from the package when you open the box, Please DO NOT install or OPERATE
the FlexWATCH® server. Contact the local Dealer or Distributor.
•
Please record the following information for technical support and the track record in case of any theft or
loss. Serial Number can be found on the underside of FlexWATCH® server.
Warranty
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2 year Limited.
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Product : Network Video Recorder
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Model Name : FW-5450
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Serial Number :
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Purchase Date :
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1. Product Overview
1.1. FW-3150
FW-3150 server is 1ch Network Video Server, which transmits digital images captured by Analog CCD
camera over the Internet. So users can view real-time live images over the Internet at anytime and anywhere
using the standard web browser such as MS Internet Explorer or Netscape Communicator. There is no need
other specific software to view real-time live images over the Internet. FW-3150 server is state-of-the art
device and leads new generation of monitoring and security solution.
Picture 1 : FW-3150
1.2. Key Functions of FW-3150
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Standalone device built-in web server
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Max 30 fps transmission speed on TCP/IP network
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10M/100M Auto Sensing Ethernet
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Effective Bandwidth & Bit-rate Control by MPEG4
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Built-in 2 way Audio transmission (1ch A-in, 1 A-out)
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Supports Dynamic IP users by AOIP server
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Supports Sensor Input, Digital Output
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Supports Transparent mode
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Encryption function by user authentication
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Image transmission function via FTP, Email
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Supports Various PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Devices
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1CH V-out for displaying on analog monitor
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1.3. Technical Specification of FW-3150
Model Name
Hardware
Video
compression
Resolution
Frame rate
(each channel)
Video Streaming
FW-3150
32bit Embedded CPU
Flash 8Mbytes /SDRAM: 32Mbytes
Linux version 2.4.21 operating system
Battery backed up real-time clock
Motion JPEG
MPEG-4
NTSC: 704x480,704x240,352x240,176x112
PAL: 704x576,704x288,352x288,176x144
Motion JPEG: Up to
30/25 fps at D1 (Secondary Stream at QCIF)
MPEG-4: Up to
30/25 fps at D1 (Secondary Stream at QCIF)
Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 Dual Streaming (Simultaneously)
Controllable frame rate and bandwidth
LAN interface
Compression levels: 6 (Motion JPEG) / 6 (MPEG-4)
Color: color, black & white
APCM 4bit IMA Sampling rates 8KHz Audio
1ch in & 1ch out
10/100BaseT Ethernet auto sensing
Alarm I/O Interface
1 Photo-coupled inputs and 1 Relay output
Video Input
1 Channel Composite Video Input
Video Output
1 loop through analog video outputs
Two serial ports for console, modem(PSTN & GSM), serial input/output
device, PTZ
COM Port is RS-232,
AUX port can be configured as RS-232, RS-485
Max Baudrate: 115200 bit/s
Multi user level protection for camera access,
PTZ, Alarm I/O
Up to 2.2M memory for Pre/Post alarm buffer
e-mail, FTP, alarm Buffer by event or schedule
IP notification, Alarm Notification to e-mail,
CGI Call by event or schedule
Accuracy: 12x12=144 blocks
Motion Sensitivity : -100 ~ 100 : 100 is hypersensitive
PTZ and UART device control through serial interface Up to 35 PTZ
protocols from Pelco “ P”
& “ D” protocol, Vicon V1311RB,
Samsung, Honeywell and Etc,.X10 device control
Dial in/out via PSTN or GSM modem
Transmit Serial input data transfer with Video
IP notification by e-mail
Configurable by serial, web or telnet
Remote system update via telnet, FTP OR web browser.
Provides HTTP CGI API
ActiveX control development kit
SMPS input: 100~240VAC, 300mA
Output: DC 12 Volt, 800mA
Image setting
Voice
Serial Interface
Security features
Advanced Service
Built-in Motion detections
PTZ & UART Control
Support
Others
Management
Developer support
PWR Supply
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PWR Consumption
Operating Environment
Accessories
Miscellaneous
DC 12Volt 500 mA
Temperature: 41° ~ 122°F (5° ~ 50°C)
Humidity: 20 ~ 80% RH(non-condensing)
Console cable for system set up
Test LAN cable
CD for User Guide, Installation wizard
Quick Installation guide
Freely downloadable NDVR Software
AVI conversion tool support by FW-voyager.
Work with FW-Manager( NDVR S/W)
Dynamic IP support through AOIP
Users
32 simultaneous users
Installation, management
and maintenanc
Installation CD and web-based configuration
Firmware upgrades over HTTP or FTP , firmware available at
www.flexwatch.com
Video access from Web
browser
Video access from Web browser
Minimum Web browsing
requirements
System integration support
Supported protocols
Applications
Approvals
Dimensions (HxWxD) and
weight
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Windows XP, 2000, NT4.0*,
Internet Explorer 6.x or later
Powerful API for software integration available at
http://www.flexwatch.com, including Simple Viewer API, FlexWATCH
Control SDK, event trigger data in video stream, embedded scripting
and access to serial port peripherals over HTTP/TCP
User can be installed user program daemon for event notification or
sending image.
Embedded operating system: Linux 2.4
HTTP, TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, RARP, PPP, PAP, CHAP, DHCP, SMTP
client(e- mail), NTP, Java
FlexWATCH Manager 16/32/128/256 (not included)
FCC : Class A
CE : Class A
Size :122 mm(L) x 84 mm(W)X 35 mm(H)
4.8 ”(L) x 3.3 ”(W)X 1.37”(H)
Weight : 310 g (0.68 lbs) without power supply.
Table 1 : FW-3150 Specification
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1.4. FW-3150 Packing List
FW-3150’s packing box includes the following items.
FW-3150
1ea
Power Supply Unit
(Power Cable & SMPS DC12V 0.8A Adapter)
1ea
Direct Cable
1ea
CD (User’s Manual, installation wizard and Pictures)
1ea
Table 2 : FW-3150 Packing List
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Please check all the listed items are included in your package. For any missing items, please
contact your local distributor.
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2. Hardware Description
2.1. FW-3150 Front Panel View
Picture 2 : FW-3150 Front Panel
A
B
C
D
E
Name
A
Power
B
Grounding Connector
C
Factory Default
Button
D
LAN
E
COM
F
POWER LED
G
LAN(Tx/Rx) LED
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G
Description
Power input ports for DC 12V 0.8A [SMPS].
Use the original power supply unit from the package.
Grounding Connector
This button can reset the factory default settings at the system.
especially when a user lost his/her admin-password, or when it got
any uncertain faulty operation.
- After reboot the system, wait until hearing two times of beep sound.
- Keep pressing FD button for 5~10 seconds until hearing three times
short beep sound. ACT LED blinks during the process. The system
will reboot automatically when it’s completed.
LAN Port for 10/100M Base T Auto sensing.
RS-232 ports for Serial input device, Modem or
Console (Hyperterminal.connection).
Red light blinks when power is provided.
Green light blinks when there is data transmission on the connected
LAN.
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2.2. FW-3150 Rear Panel View
Picture 3 : FW-3150 Rear Panel View
A
B
C
D
Name
E
F
G
H
Description
A
Video In
BNC cable port for 1ch Video input.
B
Video Out
1ch Video Outport port displaying on Analog Monitor
C
RS485
RS-485 Ports for PTZ
D
AUX RS-232
RS-232 Ports for PTZ, UART-Out/In.
E
DC 12V Output
12V power relay ports for any external device connection. It must not
exceed 0.5A.
F
DI (SENSOR)
Signal input ports for sensor and contact.
G
DO (ALARM)
Signal output ports for alarm and light.
H
MIC, SPK
1ch Audio Output and Input
Table 4 : FW-3150 Rear panel Description
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3. FW-3150 HW installation and basic setup
3.1. Before installation,
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Read carefully User’s Manual
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Check-out if the power source is stable or not at the environment.
3.2. Factory Default Condition
The following tables shows the factory default condition. Please refer to this when you need to change
the values on admin menu..
Factory Default Condition
Admin ID
root
Admin password
root
IP address
10.20.30.40
Network mask
255.255.255.0
Gateway
10.20.30.1
Table 5 : Factory Default Condition
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Factory default Admin ID and Password are all lower case letters. You can change the password
with Capital letters.
3.3. FW-3450 Hardware installation
Following steps show the phisical installation process for FW-3150.
1. Install CCTV cameras at each required position..
2. Connect BNC cable between CCTV cameras’s V-out and FW-3150’s V-in.
3. Connect a Lan cable at FW-3150 in your local network.
4. Connect the power cable at FW-3150.
After that, you need to follow the steps below.
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First, Network Configuration by FW-installer.
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Second, Camera Configuration by FW-installer or admin-menu.
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Third, Service Configuration by FW-installer or admin-menu.
For IP setup, refer to “Chapter 2.Network Configuration” on User’s Manual Part2.
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1. What is FlexWATCH Installer?........................................................................................................................... 3
2. How to install FlexWATCH Installer .................................................................................................................. 3
3. How to uninstall FlexWATCH Installer .............................................................................................................. 5
4. How to Run FlexWATCH Installer ..................................................................................................................... 6
5. IP Setup in LAN.................................................................................................................................................. 8
5.1 Static IP Assignment ................................................................................................................................. 9
5.2 IP Assignment by DHCP......................................................................................................................... 14
5.3 IP Assignment by PPPoE ........................................................................................................................ 15
6. Basic Operating Condition Setup...................................................................................................................... 17
7. Camera & Recording Condition Setup.............................................................................................................. 19
8. Firmware Update............................................................................................................................................... 20
9. FlexWATCH Live-view .................................................................................................................................... 22
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1. What is FlexWATCH Installer?
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FlexWATCH Installer is a useful tool to setup FlexWATCH’s network, camera & recording
condition; is also used for firmware updating.
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For more details of FlexWATCH features and applications, Users manual CD-ROM will help you.
Also
check,
Seyeon
Technologies
web
site
for
latest
news
and
documents.
(http://www.flexwatch.com)
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Basic networking skills, (Examples: IP address, LAN, HUB, Router and network devices), are
required to using flexWATCH installer. Contact your network service provider or network
administrator to obtain basic network information.
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FlexWATCH Installer is applicable to FlexWATCH linux series (FlexWATCH 1110 / 1120 / 1130 /
1160 / 2140 / 2150 / 3110 / 3150 / 3440 / 3450 / 5000 / 5440 / 5450 ) This manual is based on the
general features, and may be different to each model.
2. How to install FlexWATCH Installer
2.1 Double Click FlexWATCH Installer icon:
in the CD.
You can download it from our website, www.flexwatch.es
2.2 Click Next
On the welcome page, read the explanatory text and check version of FlexWATCH Installer, and click
Next.
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2.3 Locate the destination folder and click Install.
Default location of destination folder is “C:\Program Files\FlexWATCH\FlexWATCH Installer”. To
install on a different location, click Browse and select your location and click Install.
2.4 Click Finish (Complete installation)
After installation of the FlexWATCH Installer on your computer, click Finish to complete installation.
To reinstall or remove/uninstall FlexWATCH Installer from your system, refer to next page.
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3. How to uninstall FlexWATCH Installer
3.1 Remove FlexWATCH Installer
Click Start, Click Programs, Click FlexWATCH, Click FlexWATCH Installer and click Uninstall.
3.2 Click Next
3.3 Click Uninstall
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3.4 Click Finish (Complete Uninstall)
4. How to Run FlexWATCH Installer
4.1 Run FlexWATCH Installer
To run FlexWATCH Installer, double-click the shortcut of FlexWATCH Installer on your desktop, or
go to Start, Program, FlexWATCH, and click on FlexWATCH Installer.
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4.2 Program menu description.
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Menu
A.
Search FlexWATCH
Description
Shows the list of FlexWATCH Linux series products in the same LAN of
your PC.
B.
Clear FlexWATCH list
Clear all the listed FlexWATCH products.
C.
Automatic IP setup
Setup FlexWATCH IP Network information automatically.
D.
Manual IP setup
Setup IP Network information manually.
E.
Server Setup
Setup basic operating condition
F.
Camera Setup
Setup Camera & Recording Condition Setup
G.
Connect FlexWATCH
Connect to the homepage of selected FlexWATCH
Notice) Class of IP address should be the same between PC and
FlexWATCH server.
H.
Update firmware
Update FlexWATCH’s firmware.
I.
Search List
Displays the list of searched FlexWATCH server(s).
J.
Total
Shows the total number of searched FlexWATCH server(s).
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Shows the total number of searched FlexWATCH servers with normal
response.
L.
Timeout
Total number of devices with no response.
4.3 Setup Menu
A
B
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Right-click on IP address you wish to connect from search list.
Menu
Description
A.
Connect FlexWATCH
Connects to the homepage of selected FlexWATCH
B.
Setup FlexWATCH IP
Setup IP Network information.
TIP) For more information of IP set-up, refer to section 5. IP Setup in LAN.
5. IP Setup in LAN
There are three different ways of IP setup for the network connection of your FW server.
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Static IP Assignment
General IP assignment method, to setup public or private static IP address.
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IP Assignment by DHCP
IP assignment method, using DHCP to connect FlexWATCH by cable modem or VDSL.
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IP Assignment by PPPoE
IP assignment method using PPPoE to connect FlexWATCH by xDSL
5.1 Static IP Assignment
A. Manual Setup
It’s for when you are going to set a static IP, Public (WAN) or Private (LAN).
1)
2)
Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server as following diagram.
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If there is a HUB between your PC and FW server, use the normal direct lan cables.
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If your PC and FW server are directly connected to each other, use a cross lan cable.
Run FlexWATCH Installer, select FlexWatch server from the search list and right-click on
the list to show pop-up menu, click IP Setup button.
- If you select only 1 FlexWATCH server -
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B
C
D
E
F
G
Menu
Description
A.
MAC Address
Displays the Mac Address of the selected FlexWATCH server.
B.
IP Type
Select ‘Static’. (for static IP assignment).
C.
Server Name
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change the
name.
D.
Network
Specify the general network configuration.
IP Address
Type a proper IP Address to be assigned to your FlexWATCH server.
Netmask
A Net Mask is used to divide an IP address into subnets and specify the
networks available hosts. Contact your network administrator for more
information.
Default Gateway
Default gateway will be set automatically.
(If not, type the given default gateway from your network administrator.)
DNS1, DNS2
Domain name service is an internet or other type of network server that
helps identify domain names.
E.
HTTP Port
Input the web port to access the homepage of FlexWATCH. (The default
value is port 80)
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Authentication Key
Password for authentication ID is root. The default is root.
G.
Save Configuration Option
Save Configuration
Save all the changed configurations to the flash memory.
Not Saving
Do not save any changes.
Warning) If selecting no saving, reconfiguration will be needed
if the server powers off or reboots.
- Selecting more then 2 FlexWATCH servers -
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
K
Menu
A.
Model
B.
MAC address
C.
Server name
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J
L
M
Description
Displays the model name of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
Displays the Mac Address of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
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Select ‘Static’.
Type a proper IP Address to be assigned at your FlexWATCH server.
F.
Netmask
A Net Mask is used to divide an IP address into subnets and specify the
networks available hosts. Contact your network administrator for more
information.
G.
Gateway
Default gateway will be set automatically.
(If not, type the given default gateway from your network administrator.)
H.
DNS1, DNS2
Domain Name Service is an internet or other type of network server that
helps to identify domain names.
I.
HTTP port
Input the web port to access the homepage of FlexWATCH. (The default
value is port 80)
J.
Authentication Key
Password for authentication ID is root. The default is root.
After setting one item on the list, all the other listed items will have the same values you set.
‘Server name’and ‘IP address’will automatically have +1 value in order.
Notice) Many items can be easily set at once. It’s useful when you are
K.
Apply to all
installing many items in a project site.
L.
Save & Close
M.
Cancel
3)
To apply, save the changed configurations to flash memory and close the
window.
Close the window without saving the changes.
After IP configuration, click ‘Connect’ icon to access FlexWATCH. See live view of
FlexWATCH or specify system configuration on admin menu. Refer to section ‘10. How to see
FlexWATCH’s live view’ and ‘User Manual for FlexWATCH’ for more details of system
configuration and live view.
B. Auto Setup
FlexWATCH Installer can find and recommend you an IP address that is currently not being used in the
same network of your PC. Users can apply the auto-recommended IP, or input another IP.
Warning) Any of the auto-recommended IP may cause a network collision and problem if it’s
already assigned to another device in the same network.
1)
2)
Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network.
Run FlexWATCH Installer, select FlexWatch server from the search list and click
‘Automatic IP Setup’.
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B
C
Menu
A.
Server Name
Description
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
B. Network
IP Address
Netmask
C.
Authentication Key
Displays an IP address that is currently not being used in the same network
of your PC. Users can apply the auto-recommended IP, or input another
IP as you want.
Displays the proper netmask value. Users can apply it, or input another
value as you want.
Password for authentication ID is root. The default is root.
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5.2 IP Assignment by DHCP
DHCP method can be used for local area network environment with DHCP server.
Cable modem, VDSL and xDSL with auto-dial up for Internet connection can be used.
1)
Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network.
2)
Setup a static IP address according to the steps in section ‘5.1 Static IP Assignment, Manual or
Auto Setup’.
3)
After IP Setup, check if you can access the homepage of FlexWATCH server by clicking the
“Connect” icon.
Notice) If AOIP service is needed for remote access, make sure to setup AOIP function in
the admin menu of your FlexWATCH server.
4)
Run FlexWATCH Installer again, and select FlexWATCH on the search list, Click IP Setup
and specify DHCP option.
A
B
C
D
E
Menu
A.
IP Type
Description
Select ‘DHCP’.
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B.
Server Name
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
C.
HTTP Port
Input the web port to access the homepage of FlexWATCH.
value is port 80.
D.
Authentication Key
Password for authentication ID is root. The default is root.
E.
Save Configuration Option
Save Configuration
Not Saving
The default
Save all the changed configurations to Flash Memory.
Close the window without saving any changes.
Warning) If selecting no saving, reconfiguration will be needed if the
server powers off or reboots.
5.3 IP Assignment by PPPoE
1)
2)
Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network.
Setup a static IP address according to the steps in section ‘5.1 Static IP Assignment, Manual or Auto
Setup’.
3)
After IP Setup, check if you can access the homepage of FlexWATCH server by clicking the
“Connect” icon.
Notice) If AOIP service is needed for remote access, make sure to setup AOIP function in the
admin menu of your FlexWATCH server.
4)
Run FlexWATCH Installer again, and select FlexWATCH on the search list, Click IP Setup and
specify PPPoE option.
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B
C
D
E
F
Menu
A.
IP Type
Description
Select ‘PPPoE’
B.
Server Name
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
C.
HTTP Port
Input the web port to access the homepage of FlexWATCH.
value is port 80.
D.
PPPoE Setup
You can check out the correct ID / Password from your ISP.
PPPoE User Name
Input ID.
PPPoE Password
Input Password.
PPPoE Confirm
Input Confirmed Password.
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Authentication Key
Password for authentication ID is root. The default value is root.
F.
Save Configuration Option
Save Configuration
Save all the changed configurations to Flash Memory.
Not Saving
Close the window without saving any changes.
Warning) If selecting no saving, reconfiguration will be needed if the
server powers off or reboots.
5)
Check if your PPPoE setup is correctly applied, and connect your FlexWATCH server to xDSL
modem.
6. Basic Operating Condition Setup
6.1 Configuration menu
A
C
B
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Menu
A.
Time setup
N
O
Description
Setup the Time information.
Type
If selecting NTP, it can be set and applied via an NTP server.
If selectung User, the time information of your PC with FlexWATCH
Installer can be set and applied.
NTP Server
Input a proper NTP server address.
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B.
AOIP setup
Enable
AOIP server
C.
Model
D.
MAC Address
E.
Server name
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Select a proper Time Zone.
Setup the AOIP service.
If YES, AOIP service will be enabled.
If NO, AOIP service will be disabled.
Input a proper AOIP server address.
Displays the model names of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
Displays the MAC addresses of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
Setup the access permission level to FlexWATCH server.
If select Full, ID/PW is not required to access to FlexWATCH server.
If select Limited, ID/PW is required to access.
G.
Change PW
Select YES if you want to change the Password.
H.
New PW
Input the new password.
I.
Confirm PW
Input the new password again.
J.
Progress
Displays the progress when click ‘Set’ button.
K.
Status
Displays the status of the progress.
L.
Password
Input the admin password (root).
M.
Apply to all
If you click it after setting a listed item, the same values will be
L.
Set
Applies the changed settings to FlexWATCH server.
O.
Close
Close the dialog window without saving.
If not, any changed values can not be applied.
automatically applied to the other listed items.
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7. Camera & Recording Condition Setup
7.1 Configuration menu
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
I
K
J
M
Menu
L
N
Description
A.
Model
Displays the model names of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
B.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC addresses of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
C.
Server name
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
D.
Camera name
Type the name of your Camera if you want to change.
E.
Size
Select the image resolution.
Notice) For MPEG4 supported FlexWATCH, the same image resolution
will be applied to the other channels at the same device.
F.
Quality
Select the image resolution.
G.
Motion
If YES, the motion detection function will be enabled.
H.
Record
Setup the recording condition.
Motion – Recording only when motion is triggered.
‘Motion’ needs to be set to ‘YES’.
Always – Recording always.
None – Disable the recording function.
Notice) For FlexWATCH NVR models with built-in HDD.
I.
Rate
J.
Progress
Setup the recording frame rate (fps)
Displays the progress when click ‘Set’ button.
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K.
Status
Displays the status of the progress.
L.
Password
Input the admin password (root).
M.
Apply to all
If you click it after setting a listed item, the same values will be
N.
Set
Applies the changed settings to FlexWATCH server.
O.
Close
Close the dialog.
If not, any changed values can not be applied.
automatically applied to the other listed items.
8. Firmware Update
8.1 Firmware update process
1) Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network.
2) Run FlexWATCH Installer and click Search. Select the FlexWATCH server you need to update the
firmware. If IP Setup is not made, assign a static IP address according to the steps in section ‘5.1 Static
IP Assignment, Manual or Auto Setup’.
3) Click “FlexWATCH Update” button.
4) A new folder will be automatically created under the location of FlexWATCH Installer files.
(C:\Program Files\FlexWATCH\FlexWATCH Installer)
For example, ‘FW-3440-A’ folder will be created if FW-3440-A model is selected.
5) Place the proper firmware files into the folder that has been created at step 4.
6) Input the correct password (root), and click ‘Start update’ button.
7) If the update process is completed, FlexWATCH server will be automatically rebooted.
8) Wait until the rebooting is done (2~4 min), and click ‘Get version’ button to check out the result.
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8.2 Configuration menu
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
I
Menu
J
Description
A.
Model
Displays the model names of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
B.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC addresses of the selected FlexWATCH servers.
C.
Server name
Type the name of your FlexWATCH server if you want to change.
D.
Progress
Displays the progress when click ‘Set’ button.
E.
Status
Displays the status of the progress.
F.
Password
Input the admin password (root).
If not, any changed values can not be applied.
G.
Option to update
Select option for update.
H.
Start update
After input the correct password, click start update.
Warning) Do not power-off or disconnect FlexWATCH server during the
update process.
I.
Get version
Displays the current firmware version.
J.
If you click it after setting a listed item, the same values will be
Apply to all
K.
Close
automatically applied to the other listed items.
Close the dialog window.
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9. FlexWATCH Live-view
After IP assignment, you can examine the live view from FlexWATCH by using standard web browser
as Internet Explorer or Netscape. Right click on server you wish to connect, click Connect icon on FlexWATCH
Explorer, then web browser will run and connect to FlexWATCH server automatically.
When using static IP, Input IP address on browser to access FlexWATCH server. When using dynamic
IP as DHCP or PPPoE, connect to AOIP server and access FlexWATCH server through AOIP account login.
You can see live-view images on Live View menu.
9.1 FlexWATCH Live View
Live View is Active-X control program to see images and control PTZ or AUX. Live View Control
program must be installed to see images, if not, it will be installed on Internet automatically. Please install Live
View Control from enclosed CD if Internet connection is not present or does not start automatically.
1)
2)
Click Live View on the homepage of FlexWATCH.
Security warning window will appear. Click Install.
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Part 2
(Network Configuration and FlexWATCH Setting)
Version 3.0
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Contents
1.
2.
Network Diagram.............................................................................................................. 6
1.1.
Private Network ........................................................................................................ 6
1.2.
Leased Line Network ................................................................................................ 6
1.3.
Cable/xDSL Modem Network with Static IP ............................................................. 7
1.4.
Cable/xDSL Modem Network with Dynamic IP ........................................................ 7
1.5.
PSTN Modem with Dial-out ...................................................................................... 7
1.6.
PSTN Modem with Dial-in......................................................................................... 8
Network Configuration...................................................................................................... 8
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
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2.1.1.
What is FlexWATCH Installer? ......................................................................... 9
2.1.2.
Installation of FlexWATCH Installer .................................................................. 9
How to Use FlexWATCH Installer .......................................................................... 10
2.2.1.
How to Run FlexWATCH Installer................................................................... 10
2.2.2.
Program Menu Description ............................................................................. 11
2.2.3.
Right Mouse Button Menu .............................................................................. 12
IP Assignment......................................................................................................... 12
2.3.1.
Diagram between FlexWATCH and PC.......................................................... 13
2.3.2.
Static IP assignment ....................................................................................... 13
2.3.3.
DHCP IP Assignment...................................................................................... 17
2.3.4.
IP Assignment by PPPoE ............................................................................... 19
Network configuration through Hyper Terminal mode............................................ 21
2.4.1.
Hyper Terminal Installation Wizard Program .................................................. 21
2.4.2.
System Login and Network Configuration by Hyper Terminal........................ 23
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3.
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Introduction to FlexWATCH............................................................................................ 26
3.1.
“Home” screen ........................................................................................................ 26
3.2.
“Live View” menu .................................................................................................... 26
3.3.
“Player” Menu (FW-5400 Series only) .................................................................... 30
3.4.
“Admin” Menu ......................................................................................................... 30
3.5.
“Contact Us” Menu......................................................................................................
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Figures
Figure 1 Private Network Diagram............................................................................................ 6
Figure 2 Leased Static IP Diagram ........................................................................................... 6
Figure 3 ADSL/Cable Modem (Static IP) Diagram ................................................................... 7
Figure 4 ADSL/Cable Modem (dynamic IP) Diagram ............................................................... 7
Figure 5 Dial Out Connection (Modem) Diagram ..................................................................... 8
Figure 6 Dial in Connection (Modem) Diagram ........................................................................ 8
Figure 7 FlexWATCH Installer First Installation Screen ........................................................... 9
Figure 8 FlexWATCH Installer Folder Selection ..................................................................... 10
Figure 9 FlexWATCH Installer Installation Completion........................................................... 10
Figure 10 FlexWATCH-Installer How to Run .......................................................................... 11
Figure 11 FlexWATCH Installer’s First Screen ....................................................................... 11
Figure 12 FlexWATCH Installer Menu .................................................................................... 12
Figure 13 Connection through a HUB..................................................................................... 13
Figure 14 Connection FlexWATCH to PC .............................................................................. 13
Figure 15 In case of selecting 1 server for Static IP Assignment ........................................... 14
Figure 16 In case of selecting 2 or more servers for Static IP Assignment ............................ 15
Figure 17 In case of selecting 1 server for Automatic Static IP Assignment .......................... 16
Figure 18 In case of selecting 1 server for DHCP IP Assignment .......................................... 18
Figure 19 In case of selecting 2 or more servers for DHCP IP Assignment........................... 19
Figure 20 In case of selecting 1 server for PPPoE IP Assignment......................................... 20
Figure 21 Hyper Terminal Program Location.......................................................................... 21
Figure 22 COM Port Connection Description ......................................................................... 22
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Figure 23 COM Port Connect To Information ......................................................................... 22
Figure 24 COM Port Settings.................................................................................................. 23
Figure 25 FlexWATCH Main page .......................................................................................... 26
Figure 26 Windows 2000 Security Warning screen................................................................ 27
Figure 27 Windows XP Security Warning screen ................................................................... 27
Figure 28 FlexWATCH LiveView Screen (FW5450)............................................................... 27
Figure 29 Player...................................................................................................................... 30
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1. Network Diagram
FlexWATCH® products work under IP network such as leased line, cable model, xDSL modem,
PSTN modem. FlexWATCH can also work under public network or private network. The network
environment will vary with users’ goals and needs; however, basic applications with FlexWATCH®
products can be followings.
1.1. Private Network
- Private network without Internet connection.
Figure 1 Private Network Diagram
1.2. Leased Line Network
- In case of leased line, most users use Public static IP, they assign public static IP to
FlexWATCH server and they can view the images from FlexWATCH locally or remotely via Internet.
Figure 2 Leased Static IP Diagram
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1.3. Cable/xDSL Modem Network with Static IP
- You can use Static IP through cable/xDSL modem to view the images from FlexWATCH.
Figure 3 ADSL/Cable Modem (Static IP) Diagram
1.4. Cable/xDSL Modem Network with Dynamic IP
- You can use Dynamic IP through cable/xDSL modem to view the images from FlexWATCH. In
this case, you need to register for AOIP service provided by Seyeon Tech.
Figure 4 ADSL/Cable Modem (dynamic IP) Diagram
1.5. PSTN Modem with Dial-out
You can use PSTN modem to have FlexWATCH server connected to the Internet. FlexWATCH
makes a call to ISP (Dial-out) and gets connected to the Internet. In this case, the assigned IP by ISP
is Public Dynamic IP. Thus, you can view the images from FlexWATCH servers by AOIP service
provided by Seyeon Tech.
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Figure 5 Dial Out Connection (Modem) Diagram
1.6. PSTN Modem with Dial-in
You have FlexWATCH server connected to PSTN modem and remote PC can connect to this
PSTN modem. Then, FlexWATCH accepts the call from remote PC (Dial-in).
Figure 6 Dial in Connection (Modem) Diagram
2. Network Configuration
The very first thing you need to do for using FlexWATCH is proper IP assignment for your
FlexWATCH servers. After this, you can go on to the next steps. There are two methods can be used.
The first method is to use FlexWATCH Installer included in CD and the other method is to use terminal
emulation program (ex. Microsoft Windows’s Hyper Terminal).
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2.1. Through FlexWATCH Installer
2.1.1.
What is FlexWATCH Installer?
FlexWATCH Installer is a program which enables you to simply configure the FlexWATCH
Products such as IP setting, server and camera setting, firmware update, and so on. Please refer to
FlexWATCH Installer manual included in CD-ROM provided with the product you purchased and you
may want to refer to latest available documents on our website (http://www.flewatch.es). FlexWATCH
Installer manual has been written on the assumption that you are familiar with basic network
knowledge such as IP address, LAN, HUB, Router, and so on. For the basic network knowledge,
please refer to the related books, or you may ask your network service provider or network
administrator.
FlexWATCH Installer can be used for FlexWATCH Linux series (FlexWATCH 1110 / 1120 /
1130 / 1161 / 2140 / 2150 / 3110 / 3150 / 3440 / 3450 / 5000 / 5440 / 5450) products; however, there
may be some differences based on models.
2.1.2.
Installation of FlexWATCH Installer
1. Please double click on the FlexWATCH Installer
Icon.
2. Click Next.
3. Please Check the version of FlexWATCH Installer and if you want to install it, please
click Next.
Figure 7 FlexWATCH Installer First Installation Screen
4. Select the installation location, please click Install.
The default location is C:\ProgramFiles\FlexWATCH\FlexWATCH Installer, and if you want to
change the location, you may click Browse and select the desired folder.
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Figure 8 FlexWATCH Installer Folder Selection
5. Click Finish (Installation Completion)
All the required files will be installed and the installation will be done by clicking Finish.
.
Figure 9 FlexWATCH Installer Installation Completion
2.2.
How to Use FlexWATCH Installer
2.2.1.
How to Run FlexWATCH Installer
To run FlexWATCH Installer, please double-click FlexWATCH Installer icon in desktop screen or
click the icon located in Programs shown as below.
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Figure 10 FlexWATCH-Installer How to Run
2.2.2.
Program Menu Description
*
Figure 11 FlexWATCH Installer’s First Screen
Menu
Description
Search FlexWATCH
Search and show the list of FlexWATCH Linux series installed in
the same LAN of your PC.
Clear FlexWATCH list
Clear all the list of FlexWATCH products.
Automatic IP setup
FlexWATCH Installer will check the network information and you
can set up IP automatically.
TIP) IP address will be also assigned automatically by adding 1.
Manual IP setup
You can set up IP manually.
Server Setup
Configure the FlexWATCH server.
Camera Setup
Configure the FlexWATCH camera
Connect FlexWATCH
Connect to Homepage of selected FlexWATCH
Notice) Class of IP address should be the same between PC and
FlexWATCH server.
Update firmware
Update the firmware of FlexWATCH.
*Searched Result List
Shows searched list of FlexWATCH
Total
Shows the total number of searched FlexWATCH servers.
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Shows the total number of searched FlexWATCH servers with
normal respond.
Found
Timeout
2.2.3.
Shows the total number of FlexWATCH servers with no response
on search again.
Right Mouse Button Menu
Figure 12 FlexWATCH Installer Menu
Select one of the searched products and click Right Mouse Button for menu.
Menu
Connect FlexWATCH
Setup FlexWATCH IP
Description
Connect to the Homepage of selected FlexWATCH server.
Notice) Class of IP address should be the same between PC and
FlexWATCH.
Configure the network setting of the selected FlexWATCH server.
TIP) More information on IP setting will be further discussed in 2.3 IP assignment.
2.3. IP Assignment
There are three different ways of IP setup for the network connection of your FlexWATCH server.
1. Static IP Assignment
General IP assignment method, to setup public or private static IP address.
2. IP Assignment by DHCP
IP assignment method, using DHCP to connect FlexWATCH by cable modem or VDSL.
3. IP Assignment by PPPoE
IP assignment method using PPPoE to connect FlexWATCH by xDSL.
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2.3.1.
Diagram between FlexWATCH and PC
Figure 13 Connection through a HUB
Figure 14 Connection FlexWATCH to PC
Please use Direct Cable when you use a Hub while you use Cross-Over Cable for direct
connection between FlexWATCH and PC.
2.3.2.
Static IP assignment
2.3.2.1. Manual IP Assignment
There are two types of static IP including public IP or private IP in LAN with an IP sharer or a
router.
1. Please run FlexWATCH Installer, and search to see available FlexWATCH servers on
the list. Then, please select the server from the list and click on IP Setup button or IP
Setup from the right mouse button menu.
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Figure 15 In case of selecting 1 server for Static IP Assignment
Menu
MAC Address
IP Type
Server Name
Network
Description
MAC address of selected FlexWATCH
Please select Static for Static IP Assignment
Assign a name to selected FlexWATCH
Setting for the general Network Information
IP Address
Enter IP address for FlexWATCH server
Netmask
Netmask is for dividing IP classes. Please ask the network
administrator before setting.
Default Gateway
Default gateway will be automatically searched by FlexWATCH
Installer.
DNS1, DNS2
Please enter proper DNS (Domain Name Service) address in DNS1
and DNS2. If you don’t know this, please ask the network
administrator.
HTTP Port
Default web port for FlexWATCH. Default value is 80.
Root password
Password for FlexWATCH server to authenticate a valid user. The
default password for FlexWATCH is root.
Save Configuration Option
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Not Saving
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All the changes will be stored in Flash Memory.
All the changes will not be stored in Flash Memory.
Notice) If you choose “Not Saving”, all the adjusted settings will not
be saved, Therefore, after rebooting, new change won’t be
applied.
In case of selecting 2 or more servers from the list
Figure 16 In case of selecting 2 or more servers for Static IP Assignment
Menu
Description
Model
Model name of selected FlexWATCH.
MAC address
MAC address of selected FlexWATCH
Server name
Assign a name to selected FlexWATCH
IP Type
Please select Static for Static IP Assignment
IP address
Enter proper IP address for FlexWATCH server
Netmask
A Netmask is used to divide an IP address into subnets and specify
the network available hosts. Contact your network administrator for
more details.
Gateway
Default gateway will be automatically searched by FlexWATCH
Installer.
DNS1, DNS2
Please enter proper DNS (Domain Name Service) address in DNS1
and DNS2. If you don’t know this, please ask the network
administrator.
HTTP port
Default web port for FlexWATCH. Default value is 80.
Password
Password for FlexWATCH server to authenticate a valid user. The
default password for FlexWATCH is root.
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Please use this button when you enter the same values for multiple
servers. Please click one of the listed servers and make changes
as you wish. The values of rest of FW servers will be changed
accordingly. However, server names will be in the format of “your
chosen server name”+ascending number. And IP address will be
also assigned automatically by adding 1.
Will save all the changes to FlexWATCH servers and close network
setting window. (All the adjusted settings will be stored in Flash
Memory)
Cancel the all the adjusted setting and close the network setting
window.
Apply to all
Save & Close
Cancel
2. After IP configuration, click “Connect” icon to access FlexWATCH. See live view of
FlexWATCH or specify system configuration on admin menu. Please refer to chapter
3.2 Live View and “User Manual for FlexWATCH” for more details of system
configuration and live view.
2.3.2.2. Automatic IP Assignment
FlexWATCH Installer can automatically find available IP address from the network in which
FlexWATCH Installer is being used. You can use the IP address searched by FlexWATCH Installer
or you may change the IP by yourself.
Notice) Any of the auto-assigned IP may cause a network collision and problem if it’s already
assigned to another device in the same network. Auto-assigned IP is assigned based on C-Class or its
Subnet.
1. Please run FlexWATCH Installer, and search to see available FlexWATCH servers on
the list. Then, please select the server from the list and click on Automatic IP Setup
button.
2. In case of selecting 1 server from the list
Figure 17 In case of selecting 1 server for Automatic Static IP Assignment
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Server Name
Network
IP Address
Netmask
Root password
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Description
Assign a name to selected FlexWATCH
Setting for the general Network Information
Automatic assigned IP will be shown. You may use or change it.
Notice) In case of IP conflict, you shall assign proper IP to
FlexWATCH server.
Automatic assigned Netmask will be shown. You may use or
change it.
Netmask is for dividing IP classes. Please ask the network
administrator for more info.
Password for FlexWATCH server to authenticate a valid user. The
default password for FlexWATCH is root.
In case of selecting 2 or more servers from the list
TIP) Please refer to 2.3.2.1 Manual IP Assignment
2.3.3.
DHCP IP Assignment
When your local network is managed by DHCP server, cable modem, or VDSL, DHCP IP
Assignment is used. xDSL with auto-dial up also needs DHCP IP Assignment.
1. Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network. Setup a static IP address
according to the steps in chapter ‘2.3.2. Static IP Assignment’
2. After IP setup, check out if you can access to the homepage of FlexWATCH server by
clicking “Connect” icon.
TIP) Please enable AOIP option in Admin menu if you want to have FlexWATCH server to be
accessible by remote users.
3. Run FlexWATCH Installer again, and select FlexWATCH on the search list, Click IP
Setup button and specify DHCP option.
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Figure 18 In case of selecting 1 server for DHCP IP Assignment
Menu
Description
IP Type
Select ‘DHCP’
Server Name
Assign a name to selected FlexWATCH
HTTP Port
Default web port for FlexWATCH. Default value is 80.
Root password
Password for FlexWATCH server to authenticate a valid user. The
default password for FlexWATCH is root.
Save Configuration Option
Save Configuration
Not Saving
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All the changes will not be stored in Flash Memory.
Notice) If you choose “Not Saving”, all the adjusted settings will not
be saved, Therefore, after rebooting, new change won’t be
applied.
In case of selecting 2 or more servers for DHCP IP Assignment
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Figure 19 In case of selecting 2 or more servers for DHCP IP Assignment
TIP) In case of multiple DHCP settings, you can’t set IP address, Netmask, Gateway, DNS1, 2.
Please refer to Static Manual IP Assignment.
4. Check out if your DHCP setup is correctly applied; please connect FlexWATCH to
VDSL or Cable Modem. If your server is under Local network, please connect
FlexWATCH to a HUB in Local Network.
2.3.4.
IP Assignment by PPPoE
1. Connect your PC and FlexWATCH server in the network. Setup a static IP address
according to the steps in chapter ‘2.3.2. Static IP Assignment’.
2. After IP setup, check out if you can access to the homepage of FlexWATCH server by
clicking “Connect” icon.
TIP) Please enable AOIP option in Admin menu if you want to have FlexWATCH server to be
accessible by remote users.
3. Run FlexWATCH Installer again, and select FlexWATCH on the search list, Click IP
Setup button and specify PPPoE option.
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Figure 20 In case of selecting 1 server for PPPoE IP Assignment
Menu
Description
IP Type
Server Name
Select ‘PPPoE’
Assign a name to selected FlexWATCH
HTTP Port
Default web port for FlexWATCH. Default value is 80.
PPPoE Setup
Notice) You can check out the correct ID/Password from your ISP.
PPPoE User Name
Enter PPPoE ID
PPPoE Password
Enter PPPoE Password
PPPoE Confirm
Enter PPPoE Confirmed Password
Root Password
Password for FlexWATCH server to authenticate a valid user. The
default password for FlexWATCH is root.
Save Configuration Option
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All the changes will not be stored in Flash Memory.
Notice) If you choose “Not Saving”, all the adjusted settings will not
be saved, Therefore, after rebooting, new change won’t be
applied.
Not Saving
4. Check out if your PPPoE setup is correctly applied; please connect FlexWATCH
directly to xDSL modem.
Notice) No multiple PPPoE setting is supported.
2.4. Network configuration through Hyper Terminal mode
Microsoft Windows provides Terminal emulation program, named Hyper Terminal. For
HyperTerminal connection, Power, RS-232 Cable and LAN cable must be connected to FlexWATCH
server with user’s PC. LAN cable is to run Web browser after configuration using HyperTerminal. You
can continue below configuration after Network setting, and the next process will be same as using
Installation Wizard Program.
2.4.1.
Hyper Terminal Installation Wizard Program
1. Link up with the provided serial cable between COM port at FlexWATCH server and
COM1 or COM2 at user’s PC.
2. Run Hyper Terminal Program on user’s PC.
Window start ÆAll ProgramsÆ Accessories Æ Communications Æ Hyper Terminal
Figure 21 Hyper Terminal Program Location
3. If Hyper Terminal window come up as below, input HyperTerminal name (ex.
FlexWATCH) and press ‘OK’ button.
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Figure 22 COM Port Connection Description
4. Select the connected COM port with serial cable and press OK button.
Figure 23 COM Port Connect To Information
5. When ‘Port Settings’ window shows up, input each values from the table below.
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Figure 24 COM Port Settings
2.4.2.
Serial Port Settings
Value
Bits per Second
115200
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
System Login and Network Configuration by Hyper Terminal
1. After setting Hyper Terminal, press Enter key several times and then you can see
messages below. Enter Login ID and Password. (Factory defaults for Admin ID and
Password is root/root.)
Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. 2001-2003
Linux Kernel 2.4.21-syl1
FlexWATCH login:
2. If you correctly enter ID and Password, ‘bash#’ prompt will show up as below.
FlexWATCH login: root
Password: root
----------------------------------------------------------SYSTEM
: FlexWATCH
VERSION
: 3.0.070327-mpeg
MODEL
: FW-5450-S
----------------------------------------------------------login[504]: root login on `ttyS0'
bash#
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3. Input ‘netconfig eth1 IP, SubnetMask, Gateway’, and press Enter key as below.
(e.g. bash# netconfig eth1 192.168.0.253 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1)
bash# netconfig eth0 192.168.0.253
255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1
Your network configuration was changed.
Shutting down interface ppp2 [ OK ]
Shutting down interface ppp1 [ OK ]
Shutting down interface eth1 [ OK ]
Shutting down interface eth0 [ OK ]
Disabling IPv4 packet forwarding [ OK ]
Setting network parameters [ OK ]
Bringing up interface lo [ OK ]
Bringing up interface eth0 [ OK ]
Bringing up interface eth1 [ OK ]
Bringing up interface ppp1 [ OK ]
Your new network configuration was applied.
bash#
TIP) ‘Eth1’ is to set up IP at ‘WAN Port’. If you type in eth0, it will set up IP at ‘LAN Port.’
4. Please save all the changed settings for IP, subnet mask and Gateway into flash
memory by ‘savecgf’ shown as below.
bash#
bash# savecfg
Saving a current config to flash memory
[ OK ]
Updated flash
bash#
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5. To check whether your Network configuration is correctly applied or not, press ‘ifconfig’
command, then following messages will show up. On the second line of the ‘eth1’
message, you can check the assigned IP and Mask values. Gateway value is not seen
here. If the values are different from what you want to set-up, try again the Network
configuration from step 4.
Bash# ifconfig
eth0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:30:6F:48:64:86
inet addr:10.20.30.40 Bcast:10.20.30.255
Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:100
Interrupt:9
eth1
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:30:6F:48:E4:86
inet addr:192.168.0.253 Bcast:10.255.255.255
Mask:255.255.255.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:1453 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:62 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:100
Interrupt:10 Base address:0x2100
lo
Link encap:Local Loopback
inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0
UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:16436 Metric:1
RX packets:309 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:309 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:0
2.4.3.
Connection to Home Page
Run Internet Explorer Browser and enter the IP address. Then it will connect to the homepage of
FlexWATCH server.
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3. Introduction to FlexWATCH
3.1. “Home” screen
After network configuration from previous steps, users can access the FlexWATCH server
through the web browser on the PC shown as below.
Figure 25 FlexWATCH Main page (FW-5450)
Move the cursor to the menu tabs on screen. The tab menu varies based on the models.
3.2. “Live View” menu
After connection to homepage, to view the images, please click on
tab. Then
a security warning message window will be pop-up. Click ‘Yes’ then live view will be displayed.
(Installation of ActiveX Control is needed to show live view when using windows XP).
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Figure 26 Windows 2000 Security Warning screen
Figure 27 Windows XP Security Warning screen
Figure 28 FlexWATCH LiveView Screen (FW5450)
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Image
Menu Description
Description
Camera Control menu
It shows the camera numbers. By clicking the camera number you
can get any number of cameras displayed on the same screen.
Camera 1,2,3,4, and all cameras can be displayed together.
Display all channels together
Hide current displaying channels
Control Frame speed.
Toggle button to pause or play current camera screen
To view selected cameras sequentially by 4sec.
You can take snapshots of video while viewing the live video as
jpeg file format. It is named as
“Year,Month,Day_Hour,Min,Sec_cam1.jpg”
Enable two way voice communication
Control DO for signal from DI
Camera Control Button description
Image
Menu Description
Description
PTZ Control menu button. Control menu will be displayed and
enabled if a PTZ device is properly installed.
Control PTZ speed.
You can control PTZ device in 8 directions.
Home function button. In case of Home function enabled PTZ
camera, if you click this Home button, the camera will automatically
move to Home position.
You can control Zoom function
You can control Focus of camera.
You can control Autopan function.
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Calling preset position by selecting Preset # or name. You can set
various preset positions and rename them in Admin menu.
You can change PTZ control mode to Step or continuous. It may
not work if your PTZ camera doesn’t support this function.
PTZ Control button
Image
Menu Description
Description
It will show you more functions for PTZ or Receiver.
You can run or stop preset Group. If your PTZ camera or Receiver
doesn’t support Group function, it will not be shown.
You can run or stop Tour function of your PTZ camera. If your PTZ
camera or Receiver doesn’t support Tour function, it will not be
shown.
PTZ Power on/off button. If your PTZ camera or Receiver doesn’t
support this function, it will not be shown.
Light on/off button. If your PTZ camera or Receiver doesn’t support
this function, it will not be shown.
AUX1 on/off button. If your PTZ camera or Receiver doesn’t
support this function, it will not be shown.
AUX2 on/off button. If your PTZ camera or Receiver doesn’t
support this function, it will not be shown.
PTZ Expand Control Button
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3.3. “Player” Menu (FW-5400 Series only)
Figure 29 Player
This player supports remote playback for FW5400 series and local playback for your PC. If you
click “Player” tab, FlexWATCH NVR Player S/W will be downloaded in client’s viewing PC, once
Client’s PC is connected to the Internet. If it is not connected to the Internet, you need to install the
NVR S/W manually. NVR software is provided in the product CD or can be downloaded from
http://www.flexwatch.es . After the installation of FlexWATCH NVR Player, you can playback the
recorded video from FW-5400 series, or if you have recorded data in your PC, you can also playback
the recorded video from your PC. (default ID:root, Password:root)
Please refer to Player User Manual for more detailed information.
3.4. “Admin” Menu
This menu is the administration menu for a user to manage all the functions of FlexWATCH and
you need the administrator ID and Password for this menu.
Factory default Admin ID is “root” and Password is “root” and you can change the Password in
Admin Menu. (Admin ID can’t be changed.)
Please refer to FlexWATCH User Manual Part III for more detailed information.
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FlexWATCH User Manual
Part 3
(Admin Menu of FW Web page)
Version 3.0
www.intplus.es
www.flexwatch.es
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Contents
1.
2.
Admin Menu................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1.
Access to Admin Menu ....................................................................................................... 5
1.2.
Admin Menu Structure ........................................................................................................ 6
System Configuration Menu ....................................................................................................... 8
2.1.
System Information ............................................................................................................. 8
2.1.1.
2.2.
Date & Time ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.2.1.
2.3.
2.6.
2.5.1.
Add ............................................................................................................................ 13
2.5.2.
Edit ............................................................................................................................ 15
2.5.3.
Delete ........................................................................................................................ 15
Rx Module Registration [FW-5450 Only] .......................................................................... 16
Tx Module Change.................................................................................................... 21
Network Configuration .............................................................................................................. 24
3.1.
Network Configuration ...................................................................................................... 24
3.1.1.
Static IP Configuration .............................................................................................. 24
3.1.2.
DHCP Client Configuration ....................................................................................... 25
3.2.
PPPoE Configuration ........................................................................................................ 25
3.3.
Network Ports ................................................................................................................... 26
3.3.1.
HTTP Port ................................................................................................................. 26
3.3.2.
NIPP(Network Image Provider Protocol) Port [FW-5450 Only] ................................ 26
3.3.3.
NVCP-Rx(Network Video Control Protocol) Port [FW-5450 Only]............................ 27
3.3.4.
NVCP-Tx(Network Video Control Protocol) Port [FW-3450 & FW-1130 & FW-3150
Only]
3.4.
3.5.
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Tx Module Registration [FW-3450 & FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only].................................... 20
2.7.1.
3.
How to set Access permission .................................................................................. 12
User Registration .............................................................................................................. 13
2.6.1.
2.7.
Admin Password Configuration................................................................................. 11
Access permission ............................................................................................................ 12
2.4.1.
2.5.
Date & Time Configuration........................................................................................ 10
Admin Password ............................................................................................................... 11
2.3.1.
2.4.
Server Name Configuration......................................................................................... 8
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3.3.5.
Audio Port.................................................................................................................. 27
3.3.6.
Network Ports Configuration ..................................................................................... 28
WAN-Modem .................................................................................................................... 28
3.4.1.
PPP Server (Dial-In).................................................................................................. 28
3.4.2.
PPP Client (Dial-Out) ................................................................................................ 30
Bandwidth Control............................................................................................................. 30
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3.5.1.
3.6.
View Network Status......................................................................................................... 32
3.7.
Network Status Notify ....................................................................................................... 32
3.7.1.
3.8.
3.9.
4.
4.2.
AOIP™ Setup ................................................................................................................... 35
3.8.1.
AOIP™ Configuration................................................................................................ 35
3.8.2.
AOIP™ Port Setup .................................................................................................... 36
NTP Setup ........................................................................................................................ 37
3.9.1.
NTP Setup Configuration .......................................................................................... 37
3.9.2.
FlexWATCH® Server Time ....................................................................................... 38
Serial Ports ....................................................................................................................... 40
4.1.1.
Serial Input Mode ...................................................................................................... 40
4.1.2.
Serial Output Mode ................................................................................................... 42
4.1.3.
Transparent Mode..................................................................................................... 43
4.1.4.
PTZ Mode.................................................................................................................. 43
Camera & Motion [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only] ................................................................ 47
4.2.1.
Camera & Motion Configuration................................................................................ 47
4.2.2.
Camera Configuration ............................................................................................... 49
4.2.3.
Motion Detection Area Configuration ........................................................................ 50
4.3.
Camera & Motion [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only] ................................................................ 51
4.4.
Audio Configuration [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only]............................................................. 55
4.5.
Audio Configuration [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]............................................................. 56
4.6.
Input/Output Setup [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only] .............................................................. 57
4.6.1.
4.7.
Input / Output Type Configuration............................................................................. 58
4.8.
Alarm Output Control [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only] .......................................................... 58
4.9.
Alarm Output Control [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only] .......................................................... 58
Advanced Configuration ........................................................................................................... 59
5.1.
Advanced Services ........................................................................................................... 59
Recording Configuration [FW-5450 Only] ................................................................................ 60
6.1.
HDD Configuration............................................................................................................ 60
6.1.1.
6.2.
HDD Format .............................................................................................................. 60
Recording Configuration ................................................................................................... 63
6.2.1.
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Input/Output Setup [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only] .............................................................. 58
4.7.1.
6.
Network Status Notify Configuration ......................................................................... 33
Device Configuration ................................................................................................................ 40
4.1.
5.
Bandwidth Control Configuration .............................................................................. 31
Recording Configuration ........................................................................................... 63
6.3.
View Recording Profile...................................................................................................... 66
6.4.
Recording Mode................................................................................................................ 67
6.5.
HDD Status report............................................................................................................. 68
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Clear Recording Config..................................................................................................... 69
6.7.
Delete Recorded Data ...................................................................................................... 70
Utilities ...................................................................................................................................... 71
7.1.
Save Configuration ........................................................................................................... 71
7.2.
Reboot .............................................................................................................................. 71
7.3.
Factory Default.................................................................................................................. 72
7.4.
System Update ................................................................................................................. 73
7.4.1.
All(Kernel, RAM disk, System, Web) Update............................................................ 74
7.4.2.
System and Web Update .......................................................................................... 76
7.4.3.
Web Only Update...................................................................................................... 76
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1. Admin Menu
Admin menu is for the administrator of FlexWATCH® Server. The administrator can manage the
FlexWATCH® Server by this Admin menu. To access to Admin menu, you need to have Admin ID &
Password. Factory default is “root” (Admin ID)/”root” (Admin Password). You can change the Admin
password in Admin Menu.
1.1. Access to Admin Menu
You can access to Admin Menu by following steps.
1. You can see the main page of FlexWATCH® Server by Web browser as below.
2. If you click Admin, you will be asked to enter ID & Password.
3. Please enter default ID:root & Password:root if you access to Admin page for the first time. If
you changed the Password, please enter the changed password to log in. Please notice that
Admin ID can’t be changed.
A.
Configuration Menu in Admin Menu. There are System, Network, Device, Advanced,
Recording, Utilities group menus.
B.
If you click group menu (System Configuration, Network Configuration, Device
Configuration, Advanced Configuration, Recording Configuration, Utilities ), you can see
sub menu for each group menu.
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1.2. Admin Menu Structure
Category
System Configuration
Network
Configuration
Main Menu
System Information
Date & Time
Admin. Password
Access Permission
User Registration
Rx Module Registration
Network Configuration
PPPoE Configuration
Network Ports
WAN(PPP, Modem)
Bandwidth Control
View Network Status
Network Status Notify
Level 1 Sub-Menu
Level 2 Sub-Menu
n/a
n/a
Rx Module 0 to 15
n/a
n/a
n/a
AOIP™ Setup
NTP Setup
Serial Ports
Device Configuration
Camera & Motion
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Alarm Output Control
Advanced Services
Serial Input Mode
Serial Output Mode
Transparent Mode
PTZ Mode
Voice Mode
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Buffering Service
E-mail
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Non-Buffering Service
Recording
Configuration
Utilities
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Alarm Buffering
FTP(Periodic)
Sensor Notification
Alarm Output
HDD Configuration
HDD Format
HDD Information
Recording
Configuration
Server Module 0
Recording Configuration
Camera 1
Camera 2
Camera 3
Camera 4
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
View Recording Profile
Recording Mode
HDD Status Report
Clear Recording Config
Delete Recorded Data
Save Configuration
Reboot
Factory Default
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2. System Configuration Menu
System configuration is to set up basic functions that help you properly run and manage the system. It
is highly recommended to set up the configuration before any other configurations. This menu includes
System Information, Date & Time, Administration account set up, Video relay management, and so on.
2.1. System Information
You can see current FlexWATCH® Server name, Serial number, Model name, and Firmware version.
Following menu will be provided. You can change Server Name while the other information can’t be
changed.
Server Name
Serial Number
Model
Version
2.1.1.
FlexWATCH® Server Name. User definable and Identifier of the system when the
system is accessed by third party program such as NDVR software.
FlexWATCH® Server Serial number(MAC Address).This information must be
submitted for RMA or Warranty claim
FlexWATCH® Server Model name. This information also needs to be submitted for
technical support request.
FlexWATCH® Server firmware version. This information also needs to be
submitted for technical support request.
Server Name Configuration
1. Click “System Information” of System Configuration group.
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2. Please Input proper Server Name as you wish.
A.
Server name should be less than 21 alpha-numeric letters or 10 Unicode letters. You
can’t use Space, Tab, or special characters.
B.
Since Serial Number, Model, Version are read only, you can’t change them.
3. After changing the server name, please click Apply button.
2.2. Date & Time
Date & Time Menu
Date ( yyyy/mm/dd )
Time ( hh:mm:ss )
Time Zone
NTP Server
NTP Status
Current Date (year/month/day)
Current Time (hour/minute/second)
Current Time Zone
Current NTP Server
If you click NTP Setup, you can check the current status of NTP Server. It
will refresh the current server time with NTP server time once a day.
9 NTP (Network Time Protocol) Server: provides you with exact date & time via Internet.
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Date & Time Configuration
1. Click “Date & Time” of System Configuration group.
2. Please enter your desired Date and Time. In order to change Time Zone, please check on
check box and click on list box. Then you can choose your desired Time Zone. ( After the
Time Zone change, please click Apply button and Reboot the FlexWATCH® server)
3. Without Time Zone change, if you click Apply button, then changed time will be applied to the
system.
4. If you want to reload the time from FlexWATCH®, please click “Reload” button.
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2.3. Admin Password
You can change the administrator’s Password. Administrator ID is always “root”.
2.3.1.
Admin Password Configuration
1. Click “Admin. Password” of System Configuration group.
2. Please input current Password in Old Password.
3. Input new Password in both New Password and Confirm Password. The Password shall
consist of 4-23 alpha-numeric letters.
4. After the password change, please click Apply button. At this time, the new password will take
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effect and the current connection to FlexWATCH® Server’s Web Page will be disconnected.
Therefore, you need to re-login with new Password.
2.4. Access permission
You can set up user accounts for the access to FlexWATCH® Server.
Access Permission Menu
To allow system access by anyone who knows the IP address. PTZ, Audio and
Full Access
Relay output device can be controlled by anyone. Thus, if security for video is
important, it is highly recommended to user limited access mode below
To limit server access to the authorized user only. Through this mode, you can
create multi level access accounts for each camera, not system level, with
Limited Access
different control authority. Once Limited Access option is selected, User
registration should be followed to effectively use Limited Access function.
Maximum Frame
Rate
2.4.1.
Available display rate for each channel of the FlexWATCH server. You can
choose among 30,15,10,5,2 and 1. Frame rate for the display will be based on
the chosen number. This function is only for M-JPEG mode.
How to set Access permission
1. Click “Access Control” of System Configuration group.
2. Please select either Full Access or Limited Access.
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3. Click Apply button to have the current setting to take effect.
2.5. User Registration
You can register, edit and delete user accounts for FlexWATCH® Server. Registered users are valid
only when Access Permission is selected as Limited Access.
2.5.1.
Add
You can add a new user by entering user ID, Password, User Name and System Resource Access
Permission.
1. Click “User Registration” of System Configuration group.
2. Select Add.
3. Input User ID in User ID field. User ID shall be less than 23 alpha-numeric letters.
4. Please Input User password in both Password and Confirm fields. Password shall also be
less than 23 alpha-numeric letters.
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5. Enter User’s name in Name field. You can enter less than 31 alpha-numeric letters or less
than 15 other special letters.
6. Please choose the level of authority for the chosen user.
Full Access
No Access
Selective Access
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If full access is selected, anybody can access the server and control the video
except for Admin menu.
This is to temporally restrict camera access by specific user without deleting user
account to temporally block access to the camera. The user can access to Live
View but can’t see video.
This is to give a user some limitation on cameras. Enable boxes will be
activated.
You can select VS Module, Camera No, Alarm Control, PTZ Control, and Voice
Control. By selecting each function, you can give a user some limitation of
accessing FlexWATCH® Server.
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VS Module ID
Camera No
Alarm Control
PTZ Control
Voice Control
FlexWATCH® server ID which is recognized by the server. Default # is 0. Please
disregard other VS Module ID appeared in the drop down menu. Other module
numbers is for future use, which is not currently workable. However, VS Module
1 ~15 can be workable for NVR such as FW5xxx series since VS Module is for
Network devices(Network Storage Server or NVS) connecting to NVR
You can select Camera No for each VS Module (1~4 ch)
To allow a user to control Alarm function
To allow a user to control PTZ function
( PTZ : Pan Tilt Zoom control)
To allow a user to control Audio function
7. Please click Apply button.
2.5.2.
Edit
You can edit the existing user’s Password, name, level of authority. However, you can’t change user
ID. Editing procedure is similar to that of Add function.
1. Select Edit
2. Select User ID from the User ID list box.
3. Please edit user password, level of authority and click Apply button.
2.5.3.
Delete
You can delete the existing user’s account.
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1. Select Delete.
2. Select User ID from the User ID box.
3. Click Delete button. Then the selected user account will be deleted
2.6. Rx Module Registration [FW-5450 Only]
You can register remote NVS (Network Video Server) or NCS (Network Camera Server) into NVR
(Network Video Recorder; FW-5450, etc.) as remote channels by Rx Module Registration.
1. Click “Rx Module Registration” of System Configuration group.
2. Please select one of Server Modules in the list and register desired FlexWATCH® Server.
You can register up to 12 channels. For example, you can register up to 12 one channel
servers while you can register up to 3 four channel servers.
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3. After addition of Server Module, please click Apply button.
2.6.1.
Addition of Rx Server Module
1. Click any of Server Modules.
2. Please select Enable. Then all the other fields will be activated. If you don’t want to use this
VS Module, please select Disable.
3. Please choose proper Connection Type.
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Active (Static IP)
Using AOIP Server
In case of the server has static IP. Please enter IP address of the server.
In case of the server has dynamic IP and the server is registered in AOIP
server, which is provided for dynamic IP support. Please enter MAC address of
the server to be registered.
Local(Built-in)
Local 4 channels of FW-5450. User can’t change this.
Passive
When the server has dynamic IP and the FW5450 has static IP, please enter
MAC address of the server to be registered.
4. Please input a server name in Name field. And select the right type of series of model. No
specific model can be selected. Note that some series of model is not available right now
such as 4200, 4600, 5800, etc. IP Address field will be activated when the Connection Type is
Active (Static IP) whereas MAC Address field will be activated when the Connection Type is
either Using AOIP Server or Passive.
Following is information about the series of FlexWATCH Models.
FW-1100 Series = FW-1100, FW-1110L, FW-1110LW, FW-1110, FW-1110D, FW-1110W,
FW-1120, FW-1130, FW-1130W, FW-1131, FW-1132, FW-1150, FW-1160, FW-1160E,
FW- 1160S, FW-1160SE, FW-1161S, FW1161SE.
FW-1200 Series = FW-1200
FW-1400 Series = FW-100A
FW-3100 Series = FW-200A, FW-3110, FW-3150
FW-3200 Series = FW-3210
FW-3400 Series = FW-3400, FW-3440, FW-3450
FW-3600 Series = FW-500A
FW-5000 Series = FW-5000, FW-5050
FW-5400 Series = FW-5440, FW-5450
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5. NVCP Port (Destination Tx Port) should be the same as the service port number of remote
NVS or NCS you are about to register here. Default value is 50200 and the value can be up
to 65535. NVCP port field will only be activated when Connection Type is Active (Static IP).
6. VS Module ID is the number of the built-in module of NVS or NCS, which provides remote
channels. VS Module ID is always 0(default value) for any 1, 2, or 4 channel server. If you
select any other number, it won’t work properly.
7. NVCP Password should be the same as that of remote NVS or NCS you are about to register
here. The default NVCP password of FlexWATCH server is “nvcp”.
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8. Once configuration is done, click “”Save” button. If you don’t want to register it, please click
“Back” button.
9. After Rx Module registration by “Save” button, please click “Apply” button to take effect.
2.7. Tx Module Registration [FW-3450 & FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
Tx Module Registration is to provide NVR (Network Video Recorder; FW-5450, etc.) with remote
channels from NVS (Network Video Server) or NC (Network Camera).
1. Please Click Tx Module Registration of System Configuration group.
2. The total number of Tx Module is 16. Thus Up to16 different NDVR servers can
simultaneously work with FlexWATCH server. Default setting for Tx Module is “passive”, so if
NVR’s Rx Module is “active” the NVS can connect to NVR right away.
3. You can select one Tx Module and change it to “active”.
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4. After Tx Module registration, please click “Apply” button so that the new configuration can
take effect.
2.7.1.
Tx Module Change
1. Please click one of Tx Module on the list.
2. Select Enable in Tx Module field. If you don’t want to use this module, please select Disable.
The factory default is Enable.
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3. Select the Connection Type with NVR.
Passive
Active (Static IP)
Factory Default value. You can select this when NVR with dynamic IP and this
NVS with static IP. In this case, IP address and NVCP Port fields won’t be
activated.
You can select this when NVR with static IP and this NVS with dynamic IP.
Please enter IP address and NVCP port.
4. IP Address field will be activated when the Connection Type is Active (Static IP). You can
enter IP address of NVR.
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5. NVCP Port field will be activated only when Connection Type is “Active (Static IP)”. NVCP
Port (Destination Rx Port) should be the same as the service port number of Rx Module of
NVR. Default value is 50100 and the value can be up to 65535. NVCP port field will only be
activated when Connection Type is Active (Static IP).
6. VS Module ID is the number of the built-in module of NVS or NCS, which provides remote
channels. VS Module ID is always 0(default value) for any 1, 2, or 4 channel server. If you
select any other number, it won’t work properly.
7. If you want change NVCP Password instead of default password “nvcp”, please enter new
password in New Password and Confirm Password fields.
8. After the configuration is done, please click Save, otherwise please click Back button.
9. After Tx Module change, please click “Apply” button so that the new configuration can take
effect.
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3. Network Configuration
You can do general network configuration for FlexWATCH® Server and can check current setting
values. Network configuration mode provides interface for the server to be connected to broadband network
or PSTN line. In addition to basic network, application port such as HTTP, NVCP, Voice port configuration
and IP filtering options are provided.
3.1. Network Configuration
You can configure the network settings in accordance with your network services such as Static IP,
DHCP Client, PPPoE, etc. LAN port must be used for network configuration. You can consult ISP for more
information.
1. Static IP: you can use this configuration if you have a static IP address for a FlexWATCH
server.
2. DHCP Client: you can use this configuration if you use DHCP service. For example, most
ISPs’ services (Cable modem or ADSL, VDSL) are DHCP type, under which you are
assigned IP address automatically.
3. PPPoE: Some DSL or Cable Modem based ISP provides PPPoE based internet connection
service. If FlexWATCH server must directly be connected to the external DSL or Cable
modem, PPPoE option must be enabled. You need to enter ID & Password to connect to the
Internet.
3.1.1.
Static IP Configuration
1. Please click “Network Configuration” of Network Configuration group.
2. If you select Static IP, then you will be able to enter IP Address, Netmask, Gateway, DNS1,
and DNS2.
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3. Please enter proper values into IP address, Netmask, Gateway, DNS1 and DNS2 fields.
4. Click Apply button to save new setting values. If you click Reset, the values will be restored
with old values. If you don’t apply new settings, please click Back to go back to previous page.
3.1.2.
DHCP Client Configuration
DHCP Client is selected as factory default.
1. Select DHCP Client under dynamic IP environment.
2. Click Apply button to save the current setting. Please click Back to go back to previous page.
3.2. PPPoE Configuration
Under PPPoE, you need to be authenticated by ID & Password to use Internet service.
1. When you click PPPoE, you can enter User ID, User Password, confirm Password.
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2. Please enter your ID & Password provided by your ISP.
3. Enter your Password again in Confirm Password field.
Please click Apply button to save new setting values. If you don’t apply new settings, please click Back
to go back to previous page.
3.3. Network Ports
You can enter various Port numbers, which are used by FlexWATCH® Server, in order to
communicate with Client PC. Currently FlexWATCH® Server uses HTTP Port, NIPP Port, NVCP-Rx Port,
and Audio Port.
3.3.1.
HTTP Port
1. HTTP Port is used for Web communication between Client PC and FlexWATCH® Server. By
assigning different HTTP port number for each server and configure port-forwarding feature of
Router, you can install more than one server behind the router. For more information about
this, please contact your local vendor.
2. Default value is 80 and it can be up to 65535.
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* If HTTP Port number is changed, you should enter HTTP Port number with your IP address in URL
section of Web browser.
(ex. If FlexWATCH® Server IP address is 192.168.1.100 and HTTP Port: 8080, then it should be like
http://192.168.1.100:8080 )
3.3.2.
NIPP (Network Image Provider Protocol) Port [FW-5450 Only]
1. This is a port through which archived video can be playback through Internet. If NIPP Port is
not open to Internet no recorded video can be played back.
2. Default value is 50000 and can be between 10000 and 65535.
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3.3.3.
NVCP-Rx (Network Video Control Protocol) Port [FW-5450 Only]
1. Rx port is a TCP port number through which NVR server can communicate with FlexWATCH®
server so that video can be transmitted into NVR server.
2. Default value is 50100 and can be between 10000 and 65535.
3. Active mode: NVR actively connects to other FlexWATCH® Servers on the network and
receives data from them.
3.3.4.
NVCP-Tx (Network Video Control Protocol) Port [FW-3450 & FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
1. Tx port is a TCP port number through which FlexWATCH server can communicate with other
devices such as FW-5440 or FW-5000 NVR servers.
2. Default value is 50200 and can be between 10000 and 65535.
3. Passive mode: Other FlexWATCH® Servers on the Network connect to your NVS and they
receive data from your NVS.
3.3.5.
Audio Port
Audio Port is a network port that gets audio input from user’s PC and sends out to audio out port of
FlexWATCH® Server. The default value is UDP 32001 and can be between 10000 and 65535.
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3.3.6.
Network Ports Configuration
1. Click “Network Ports” of Network Configuration group.
2. Please enter HTTP Port, NIPP Port, NVCP-Rx Port and Audio Port.
3. Click Apply button to save new setting values.
3.4. WAN-Modem
Server is designed to make a call to ISP or can receive a call from outside so that server can establish
Internet connect to send FTP, e-mail or send video & data through PSTN line or other medium. This is best
alternative when the broadband Internet access is not available. You will have a PSTN modem installed for
FlexWATCH® to establish PPP connection through PSTN modem. The network interface through PPP
connection will work as WAN port.
3.4.1.
PPP Server (Dial-In)
This mode is that FlexWATCH® works as a PPP Server. There will be a call from a client PC to
FlexWATCH® and FlexWATCH® will receive the call to establish the PPP connection.
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1. Local IP Address will be assigned to FlexWATCH® and Remote IP Address will be assigned
to the other party’s device. Therefore, if Client PC makes a call to FlexWATCH®,
FlexWATCH® gets the Local IP Address whereas Client PC gets the Remote IP Address.
Local IP address:
System default IP address (192.168.2.1) resides in the FlexWATCH® server for modem connection
only. So when you connect the FlexWATCH® server from remote PC using dial-up networking and physical
connection is made, you need to run your web browser and enter this system default IP address
(192.168.2.1) to view live video.
You can change this system default IP address as well. But it is
recommended not to change system default IP address for modem connection to prevent any possible error.
Remote IP address:
IP address which is automatically given to remote client PC by FlexWATCH® server when
FlexWATCH® server is connected by remote client PC using dial-up networking. This IP address
(192.168.2.2) is for data communication between FlexWATCH® server and Remote client PC. So you do
not need to change this IP address. But if you change default IP address of FlexWATCH® server
(192.168.2.1) for modem connection to different class of IP address, you need to change remote IP address
to the same class of IP to match the IP class.
Notice) Note that when Local IP address is change, remote IP address should be changed into the
same class of the IP address.
2. You can select Authentication Mode among PAP, CHAP, or None
PAP
CHAP
NONE
Connection is made by User ID & Password registered below sections.
With User ID, Password, it applies another encryption method for higher security.
Do not use authentication mode.
3. In order to use PAP or CHAP authentication mode you need to register at least one user. You
can register up to 3 users for this service.
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3.4.2.
PPP Client (Dial-Out)
This mode is that FlexWATCH® works as a PPP Client. You can connect to the Internet or other PPP
Server through the Modem installed at FlexWATCH® (RS-232).
1. Please select “PPP Client” in “WAN (PPP, Modem)” menu.
2. Enter Telephone number in PPP Server field.
3. Enter User ID provided by ISP.
4. Enter User Password provided by ISP.
5. Enter DNS Server IP recommended by ISP.
6. Enter AT command for initializing the communication. (Initializing command is normally ‘AT’.
But it may sometimes vary based on modems. Please refer to the modem manual for the
recommended command for your modem.)
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‘3COM U.S.Robotics 56K’ modem is recommended.
3.5. Bandwidth Control
You can control the bandwidth for FlexWATCH® Server. If out-going data is more than network
bandwidth limit, FlexWATCH® will throw away some network data packets.
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3.5.1.
Bandwidth Control Configuration
1. Please specify whether you use Bandwidth control or not. If you want to use Bandwidth
Control, please select Enable.
2. Please input Bandwidth Limit in kbps. This function supports both M-JPEG & MPEG4.
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that you use CBR and frame rate control to control data transmission instead of Bandwidth control. This
function is recommended for M-JPEG.
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This Network Bandwidth control may cause to slow down the access to admin page of FlexWATCH
server.
3. Click Apply button to save the new value of the bandwidth limit.
3.6. View Network Status
You can view the current values of Network settings for FlexWATCH® Server.
If you click Reload button, current setting values will be reloaded.
3.7. Network Status Notify
If network setting of FlexWATCH® Server is changed, E-mail is automatically sent to the recipient.
When you select Enable for Mail Notification, under the following situations, FlexWATCH Server will send emails of current network settings to pre-registered recipients.
• When the server is connected to PSTN Modem connection with Dial-up to ISP by
event
• When the DHCP option is selected
• When the PPPoE option is selected
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Network Status Notification Menu
Mail Notification
SMTP Server
Authentication Login
User ID
Password
Sender
Recipient1’s Email Address
Recipient2’s Email Address
Recipient3’s Email Address
User Defined Message
3.7.1.
Enable : using E-mail
Disable : not using E-mail
SMTP Server address
Select whether you use Authentication login or not
User ID for Authentication Login
User Password for Authentication Login
Sender’s E-mail address
Recipients’ E-mail addresses
(Max. 3 Recipients)
User defined message attached to E-mail
Network Status Notify Configuration
1. Click “Network Status Notify” of Network Configuration group.
2. Select Enable if you want to use Mail Notification function.
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3. Enter address of SMTP Server.
9 SMTP Server gets sender’s e-mail and relays it to recipients.
4. Select Enable for Authentication Login and please enter User ID & Password provided by
SMTP server.
5. Enter Sender’s e-mail address in Sender field and Recipients’ e-mail address in Recipient
field. You can enter up to 3 recipients.
6. Enter User Defined Message, which will be attached the notification e-mail.
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7. Click Apply button to save new setting values. Reload button will restore the previous values.
3.8. AOIP™ Setup
AOIP (Always-On-IP) is an IP gateway through which user can access the FlexWATCH server when it is
connected to Dynamic IP address. Thus, if the server should be connected to the Dynamic IP network and
you want to view live video from anywhere, it is the right solution for you. First, you need get a User account
provided by supplier. Secondly, you need to configure your FlexWATCH server to be registered at AOIP
server by AOIP™ Port Setup.
3.8.1.
AOIP™ Configuration
1. Click AOIP™ Setup of Network Configuration group. .
2. Select Enable in AOIP Service.
3. Please enter the address of AOIP™ Server, in which your account is registered. For example,
if you use AOIP™ Server in Korea provided by Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd., you may enter
www.aoipspain.com . If your local supplier runs their own AOIP™ Server, you shall enter the
address of their local AOIP™ Server.
9 The address of AOIP™ Server in Spain is www.aoipspain.com .
4. Select which ports you want to use.
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5. Please click Apply button to save new settings.
3.8.2.
AOIP™ Port Setup
1. Click AOIP™ Setup of Network Configuration group.
2. Click Setting Button in AOIP™ Port Setup.
3. Please enter your AOIP user ID & password in pop-up window.
4. Please Click More button for more ports to be set.
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5. Enter the port number you want to use for each service port.
6. Click Apply button to save new setting values
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This AOIP Port Registration can also be done in AOIP™ Server. AOIP™ Server provides you with
Registration, Search, Delete, Edit service, etc.
3.9. NTP Setup
FlexWATCH® Server can get time information from a NTP server and FlexWATCH® Server can be
set by that time.
3.9.1.
NTP Setup Configuration
1. Click “NTP Setup” in Network Configuration group.
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2. If Service is selected as Enable, FlexWATCH® server will synchronize its time with acquiring
time from Time Server when booting. Please enter the address of a Time Server in NTP
Server address field.
3. If you want to set FlexWATCH® server time manually with acquiring time from Time Server,
please click ‘Get NTP Server time’. You can check out the changed time in Date & Time
menu in System Information group.
4. Click Apply button to save new setting values.
5. If NTP service is enabled, FlexWATCH® server time will be synchronized with time from NTP
Server once a day.
3.9.2.
FlexWATCH® Server Time
In general, most cases of OS, when booting, its time needs to be set. So does Linux. There are two
ways of getting current time. First one is by system’s RTC and the other one is by Time Server via network.
RTC time itself has some inaccuracy, meaning that as time goes by, the inaccuracy will be bigger.
However, acquiring time from Time Server is more accurate than RTC time even though there may be some
inaccuracy due to network latency. FlexWATCH® server provides you with these two ways of setting its time.
3.9.2.1. Daylight Saving Time
If you use FlexWATCH® Server in a country where Daylight Saving time applies, please select
Change Time Zone and change the time zone to that area. Then
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3.9.2.2. UTC & Local Time
UTC (Universal Time) means the standard time while local time means your local area time. The
internal time of Linux is in UTC and this UTC will be converted to local time based on Time Zone.
3.9.2.3. NTP
The acquiring time from NTP server is UTC. FlexWATCH server converts this UTC to local time by
Time Zone. Thus NTP server which is not from your local area can be used for NTP service. However, there
may be some network latency in case that you use a NTP server in long distance.
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4. Device Configuration
You can configure camera related settings for FlexWATCH®.
4.1. Serial Ports
Basically COM port is for Console and AUX is for PTZ; however, they can be used for other functions.
4.1.1.
Serial Input Mode
Serial Input Mode is for getting inputs from various sensors through AUX port of FlexWATCH® Server
and sending you Camera’s images by E-mail, FTP or Alarm Output. For example, when the water level of a
dam reaches the specific level, FlexWATCH Server can send you the image of the water level. Or after
checking the speed of cars on highway, if it reaches the speed limit, FlexWATCH server can send the image
of car plate number to you. These kinds of functions can be managed by COM and AUX ports.
1. Serial Input Mode configuration
In web Admin page, please go to Device Configuration group. And click Serial Ports and select Serial
Input in COM Mode. Click Apply button.
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2. When you click Serial Input Mode, you will see below menu.
z
Current Port: current port number will appear.
z
Current Protocol: current protocol will appear.
z
Serial Input Model: Please Select Model name for Serial Input mode.
Below is the screen for Speed sensor AGILIS-HE820-SINGAPORE model.
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Serial Input device protocol can separately be uploaded into the system per customer needs. User
can upload serial input device protocol file which is provided by manufacturer only. This function is not
for general use. Thus, if you need more close information about this, please contact your local distributor
or manufacturer for further information, sales@flexwatch.com.
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Upper Limit: Maximum value
z
Lower Limit: Minimum value
z
Initial String Length: Initial string length of Sensor
z
Initial String Data: Initial string data of Sensor
z
(Speed)Delay: Delay enable/disable selection for sensor input
z
Internal process delay: Value of sensor input delay
z
Sensor Aiming Position: Value of Sensor Aiming Position
z
Camera Aiming Position: Value of Camera Aiming Position
z
Add Vehicle length to calculate delay time: Vehicle length add/ignore selection
4.1.2.
Serial Output Mode
The system supports to relay third party command to target device through Serial output device control
mode. Through this, user defined message can be reached to target device.
The system supports two different modes. One is X10 protocol for PLC (Power Line Communication)
and UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter) device.
By using Serial Output Mode, you can send UART (Universal Asynchronous Receipt and
Transmission) device commands to FlexWATCH® Servers. FlexWATCH® can control PTZ devices,
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Multiplexer, Access control box, X10 Protocol, z256 protocol, etc. by RS-232 or RS-485(422) communication.
You can use By-Pass, X10, and Z256 in Serial Output Mode.
4.1.3.
Transparent Mode
If you use Transparent Mode, you can use 2 FlexWATCH® servers to relay the signal from one UART
device to another UART device. It is like direct communication between two UART devices. .
z
Line Mode: Communication protocol
z
Baud Rate: Communication rate
z
Data Bit: Data bit size
z
Stop Bit: Stop bit size
z
Parity Bit: Parity bit type
z
Network Protocol: Network Protocol type for data transmission
z
Peer IP: IP of the other connected FlexWATCH server
z
Network Port: Network Port number to be used
z
Data Start Pattern: Data Start pattern selection. If you don’t want to use, uncheck it.
z
Data Size: Data size to be transmitted. If you don’t use, do not enter a value.
4.1.4.
PTZ Mode
PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) device connected to the server can be controlled through either standard web
browser or specific application program over IP network.
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When you install a RS-485/422 interfaced PTZ model:
PTZ device has to be connected to RS422/485 in AUX port.
When you install a RS-232 interfaced PTZ model:
PTZ device has to be connected to RS232 in AUX port.
After making connection to AUX port, please select PTZ camera or Receiver model in the PTZ list. And
click “Apply” button to save new settings.
3. After selecting the model name, click “Module 0”. And then, please check channel number
which PTZ camera is connected to.
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* Before you purchase a Receiver or PTZ camera, please contact your local supplier or Seyeon Tech
Co., Ltd. to check if the PTZ device is supported by FlexWATCH Server or not.
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* You can see current supported PTZ protocol by looking at the PTZ model list. (Currently 34 PTZ
camera models are supported and more PTZ devices would be added later.)
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4. Base Address + CH # should be equal to PTZ camera address.
Example) Base Address: 0
FW3450 ch1 ~ ch4: value of 1~4.
PTZ camera address connected to CH1: 1
PTZ camera address connected to CH2: 2
PTZ camera address connected to CH3: 3
PTZ camera address connected to CH4: 4
5. After checking channel numbers, please click Save button to save new setting values. The
above figure is when only CH1 has a PTZ device connected.)
6. If PTZ camera or Receiver has preset function. You can configure preset positions by clicking
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Camera number.
1
2
3
7. Maximum 32 preset positions can be configured and you can change their names.
8. After changing preset names for each preset position, please click “Save” button.
9. Then, please click “Preset & Menu” to set preset position for each preset. You can see below
image in a pop-up window and please set your desired position by PTZ function. Click “Set” to
save new preset position.
10. After all the preset settings for each preset, Please click “Close” button to close the pop-up
window.
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4.2. Camera & Motion [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only]
This is to configure camera related settings such as camera value string and video quality setting. You
can configure different setting values for each channel.
9 Channel: Camera connected to FlexWATCH® Server.
4.2.1.
Camera & Motion Configuration
1. Click “Camera & Motion” in Device Configuration group.
2. You can set various settings such as video data types and information attached to the image.
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Default Video Format: You can select NTSC or PAL for your camera attached to
FlexWATCH® Server.
z
Video with UART sensor Data: If you check Enable, UART sensor Data will be sent with its
video data.
z
Video with user defined message: If you check Enable, user defined message will be sent
with its video data.
z
Video with PPP status: If you check Enable, PPP status will be sent with its video data.
z
Video with camera name: If you check Enable, camera name will be sent with its video data.
z
Video with server name: If you check Enable, server name will be sent with its video data.
z
Video with IP address: If you check Enable, IP address will be sent with its video data.
z
Time Stamp: Time Stamp will be encoded with video data.
z
Image Size: You can select Image Size which applies to all channels.
4 types of Image Sizes as below:
Video Format
NTSC
PAL
z
Full
704 * 480
704 * 576
Large
704 * 240
704 * 288
Normal
352 * 240
352 * 288
Small
176 * 112
176 * 144
Frame Rate Control: You can select Frame Rate in FPS which applies to all channels. Thus,
you can control server traffic by this parameter.
z
Encoding Standard: You can select either M-JPEG or MPEG-4 which applies to all channels.
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M-JPEG: each video frame or interlaced field of a digital video sequence is separately compressed
as a JPEG image. Thus it requires more bandwidth than MPEG-4. However, the quality of a still image
is better than MPEG-4.
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requires less bandwidth than M-JPEG. However, if it loses I-Frame or P-Frame due to unstable network,
it affects the motion streaming. And also it has lower quality of a still image than M-JPEG. You can
control number of P-Frames in FlexWATCH Server.
3. Click “Save” button to save new setting values.
4.2.2.
Camera Configuration
Through camera configuration mode, you can adjust the video quality to meet your requirement (FW3450 & FW-5450 has 4 channels.) Each channel refers to cameras connected to FW-3450 & FW-5450.
1. Please click a Camera number in Camera & Motion Configuration.
2. Configure the Camera as you wish.
In case of M-JPEG
In case of MPEG4
z
Camera Number: Channel number, which can’t be changed. (1 ~ 4)
z
Camera Name: Channel’s name with 21 Alpha-numeric letters or 10 Unicode letters.
z
Camera Install: When a camera is connected to FlexWATCH server, if you select Enable you
can see images from Camera, otherwise, you can’t see images from camera.
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Video Source: If you select Gray, the images from camera will be in Gray mode.
z
Image Quality settings
Rate Control Mode : VBR
(Variable Bit Rate)
: A Frame is made based on
Image Quality
You can control 6 levels (Low Compression, Highest,
High, Normal, Low, and Lowest).
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Image quality & GOP Structure.
Frame sizes vary depending on
bandwidth.
Rate Control Mode : CBR
(Constant Bit Rate)
: A frame is made based on Bit
Rate Control and GOP
structure but the size of frames
is the same.
JPEG
GOP
Length between I-Frame and next I-Frame. P-frame is
filled up between them.
Bit Rate Control
Total number of bits being encoded in a second. The
bigger Bit Rates, the better image quality.
GOP
Length between I-Frame and next I-Frame. P-frame is
filled up between them.
Image Quality
You can control 6 levels (Low Compression, Highest,
High, Normal, Low, and Lowest).
9 Image Quality : Compressed Image quality
Low
Highest
High
Normal
Low
Compression
9 Going left means better image quality with higher network bandwidth.
Lowest
9 Going right means less network bandwidth with lower image quality.
z
Hue: You can control color level of Image between –100 and 100.
z
Saturation: You can control saturation level between -100 and 100.
z
Contrast: You can control contrast level between -100 and 100.
z
Brightness: You can brightness saturation level between -100 and 100.
z
Motion Sensitivity: You can control motion sensitivity under Motion Detection Area.
–The value can be between -100 and 100. (100 is most sensitive.)
z
Motion Detection: If you select Enable, you can set desired motion detected area by yourself.
3. After all settings have been done, click Apply button. If you click Default, all the values will be
restored with factory default values.
4.2.3.
Motion Detection Area Configuration
1. Select Enable in Motion Detection.
2. You can set motion detected area by clicking each block.
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Check All: you can set all the motion detected area at once.
z
UnCheck All: Clear all the motion detected area.
z
Motion Sensitivity: you can change motion Sensitivity between -100 and 100. (100 is most
sensitive.)
4.3. Camera & Motion [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
This is to configure camera related settings such as camera value string and video quality setting. You
can configure different setting values for each channel.
1. Click “Camera & Motion” in Device Configuration group.
2. You can set various settings such as video data types and information attached to the image.
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Default Video Format: You can select NTSC or PAL for your camera attached to
FlexWATCH® Server.
z
Video with UART sensor data: If you check Enable, UART sensor Data will be sent with its
video data.
z
Video with user defined message: If you check Enable, user defined message will be sent
with its video data. .
z
Video with PPP status: If you check Enable, PPP status will be sent in video data header.
z
Video with camera name: If you check Enable, camera name will be sent with its video data.
z
Video with server name: If you check Enable, server name will be sent with its video data.
z
Video with IP address: If you check Enable, IP address will be sent in its video data header.
z
Frame Rate Control: You can select Frame Rate in FPS which applies to all channels. Thus,
you can control server traffic by this parameter. It applies to both Primary Stream and
Secondary Stream.
z
Image Size: You can select Image Size for each Stream.
9
NTSC
PAL
z
4 types of Image Sizes as below :
Full
704 * 480
704 * 576
Large
704 * 240
704 * 288
Normal
352 * 240
352 * 288
Small
176 * 112
176 * 144
Encoding Format: You can select either M-JPEG or MPEG-4 for Primary Stream and
Secondary Stream.
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The Image Size of Primary Stream equals to the Maximum Image Size of Secondary Stream.
Because video source of Secondary Stream is from Primary Stream.
9 You can configure CCD functions for FW-1130 as below.
z
FLK (Flickerless): To protect video flickering caused by AC frequency.
z
AGC (Automatic Gain Control): To control CCD sensitivity by Gain control.
z
BLC(Back Light Compensation): To control the image quality under Back Light
z
ELC (Electronic Light Control): To control brightness by automatic shutter speed.
)
Configuration of Secondary Stream is limited because video source of Secondary Stream is from
Primary Stream. Configuration for Camera Install, Video Source to Gray, Hue, Saturation, Contrast,
Brightness, and Motion Detection is dependent on Primary Stream’s settings.
3. To configure Primary Stream, please click Primary Stream.
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In case of MPEG4
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Camera Install: When a camera is connected to FlexWATCH server, if you select Enable you
can see images from Camera, otherwise, you can’t see images from camera.
z
Video Source: If you select Gray, the images from camera will be in Gray mode.
z
Image Quality settings
Rate Control Mode : VBR
(Variable Bit Rate)
: A Frame is made based on
Image quality & GOP Structure.
Frame sizes vary depending on
bandwidth.
Rate Control Mode : CBR
(Constant Bit Rate)
: A frame is made based on Bit
Rate Control and GOP
structure but the size of frames
is the same.
MPEG
JPEG
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Image Quality
You can control 6 levels (Low Compression, Highest,
High, Normal, Low, and Lowest).
GOP
Length between I-Frame and next I-Frame. P-frames
are filled up between them.
Bit Rate Control
Total number of bits being encoded in a second. The
bigger Bit Rates, the better image quality.
GOP
Length between I-Frame and next I-Frame. P-frames
are filled up between them.
Image Quality
You can control 6 levels (Low Compression, Highest,
High, Normal, Low, and Lowest).
Image Quality: Compressed Image quality.
Low
Highest
High
Normal
Low
Compression
9 Going left means better image quality with higher network bandwidth. .
Lowest
9 Going right means less network bandwidth with lower image quality.
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Hue: You can control color level of Image between –100 and 100.
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Saturation: You can control saturation level between -100 and 100.
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Contrast: You can control contrast level between -100 and 100.
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Brightness: You can brightness saturation level between -100 and 100
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Motion Sensitivity: You can control motion sensitivity under Motion Detection Area.
–The value can be between -100 and 100. (100 is most sensitive.)
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Motion Detection: If you select Enable, you can set desired motion detected area by yourself.
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After all settings have been done, click Apply button. If you click Default, all the values will be
restored with factory default values.
4. Select Enable in Motion Detection.
5. You can set motion detected area by clicking each block.
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Check All: can set all the motion detected area at once.
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UnCheck All: Clear all the motion detected area.
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Motion Sensitivity: you can change motion Sensitivity between -100 and 100. (100 is most
sensitive.)
6. You can configure Secondary Stream.
In case of M-JPEG
In case of MPEG-4
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Almost all parameters are dependent on Primary Stream.
4.4. Audio Configuration [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only]
FW-3450 & FW-5450 support 2-way audio streaming function. Firstly, they get the audio inputs from 4
channels and transmit the audio data with video. And FlexWATCH server also receives the audio data
from user’s PC and sends out through the Audio output of FlexWATCH server.
Without any external audio devices, you can not only use synchronized audio and video from each
channel but also send user’s voice or any other sounds to FW-3450 & FW-5450 by PC’s microphone and
you can hear this audio from FW-3450 & FW-5450 with a speaker.
You can configure the audio functions as below.
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1. Audio Port is a network port that receives audio input from PC. Default value is 32001 and
you can change the port number in Network Ports menu.
2. You can select Enable or Disable for each audio channel. If it is enabled, audio input will be
transmitted with video data. Otherwise, no audio data will be streamed with video. The default
is in Disable.
4.5. Audio Configuration [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
1. Audio Port is a network port that receives audio input from PC. Default value is 32001 and
you can change the port number in Network Ports menu. .
2. You can enable or disable the audio function.
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FW-1130 / FW-3150 have one video input and audio input. Thus, the audio transmission of Primary
Stream and Secondary Stream is identical and Enable/Disable will apply to both streams
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4.6. Input/Output Setup [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only]
FW-3450 & FW-5450 provide you with 4 serial input and output ports. For example, you can connect a
sensor to serial input and a flashing light to serial output. In this case, you first install the physical devices
and assign names to serial devices so that you can distinguish them later when you have many FlexWATCH
servers.
You can enter Input Name and Output Name with up to 31 alpha-numeric letters or up to 15 Unicode
letters. After entering names, please click “Apply” button.
4.6.1.
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Input / Output Type Configuration
Please select Normal Open Type for normal open type sensor connected to DI. Normal Open
means that a switch normally is off and when an event is occurred the switch turns on.
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Please select Normal Close Type for normal close type sensor connected to DI. Normal
Close means that a switch normally is on and when an event is occurred the switch turns off.
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Please select Input Type in accordance with Sensor Type and select Output Type in accordance
with Alarm’s working type. Specially, if you physically don’t use DI, please select Normal Open for
Input Type.
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4.7. Input/Output Setup [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
4.7.1.
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Input / Output Type Configuration
Please select Normal Open Type for normal open type sensor connected to DI. Normal Open
means that a switch normally is off and when an event is occurred the switch turns on.
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Please select Normal Close Type for normal close type sensor connected to DI. Normal
Close means that a switch normally is on and when an event is occurred the switch turns off.
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Please select Input Type in accordance with Sensor Type and select Output Type in
accordance with Alarm’s working type. Specially, if you physically don’t use DI, please
select Normal Open for Input Type.
4.8. Alarm Output Control [FW-3450 & FW-5450 Only]
FW-3450 & FW-5450 have 4 Alarm Outputs. If you select Enable for DO, it is arbeit contact; otherwise,
it is break contact.
4.9. Alarm Output Control [FW-1130 & FW-3150 Only]
FW-3150 has 1 alarm Output. If you select Enable for DO, it is arbeit contact; otherwise, it is break
contact.
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5. Advanced Configuration
You can use various advanced functions such as E-mail notification with pre & post alarm images, FTP
notification with pre & post alarm images, Sensor notification and Alarm Output, etc.
5.1. Advanced Services
Advanced service configuration is intended to provide more sophisticated functions which are required
by sophisticated users. Thus, if you are not familiar with or not good at advanced features, we recommend
you to refer to separate Advanced Services Manual.
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6. Recording Configuration [FW-5450 Only]
Only when you install a HDD into FlexWATCH® 5450, you can record & search images. Recording
configuration menu won’t be available if FW5450 is without a HDD. You can do HDD format, HDD
information check, motion & event condition setup for recording, etc.
6.1. HDD Configuration
You can do HDD format and HDD information check in this menu.
6.1.1.
HDD Format
1. Please turn off FW-5450.
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When you install a HDD (Hard Disk Drive), please turn off the FW5450. Otherwise, the HDD might
have a problem.
2. Install a HDD and turn on the FW-5450.
3. Please access to the web page of FW-5450 and go to “Admin” menu. Click “Recording
Configuration”.
4. Please check current format status of the HDD by Clicking “HDD Information”.
5. If HDD Information has “-None-“, it hasn’t been formatted yet. Thus, please click “Back” and
click “HDD Format”.
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6. When you enable the “check Bad Block” option, the FlexWATCH will check the surface of the
HDD for detecting bad blocks. This format takes longer format time and may be several hours
depending on the size of HDD.
Format times are as follows:
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80G HDD : about 3 minutes
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120G HDD: about 5 minutes
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160G HDD: about 7 minutes
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250G HDD: about 10 minutes
7. When you click “Partition and Format” button, you will see a pop-up window as below. If you
want to format the HDD, please click OK. Otherwise, click Cancel.
8. If you click OK, you will see the below pop-up window. Please click “Yes” to close the
webpage.
9. After closing webpage, you can check the status of HDD format as below image.
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During HDD format, if FW-5450 is shut down abnormally. HDD would be damaged. After completion
of HDD format, please click “Reboot” button.
10. After rebooting, please check the current HDD status in HDD information menu as below.
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6.2. Recording Configuration
You can configure recording conditions for each camera such as motion detection recording, 24 hours
recording, schedule recording, event recording, etc. If you have cameras registered by “RX Module
Registration”, you can also record images from those cameras.
6.2.1.
Recording Configuration
When you click “Recording Configuration”, you can see available server list for recording. For example,
if FW5450 has 2 FW3450s registered to “RX Module Registration”, VS Module ID shows you 3 servers in
the list. Therefore, FW-5450 can record not only its 4 cameras but also other remote cameras attached
the other FlexWATCH Server registered to FW-5450. Below is the example of motion detection recording
setting.
1. Click “Recording Configuration” in Recording Configuration menu.
2. This menu shows you the list of VS Module ID, Server name, Connection Type, server IP
address, and MAC address. You can configure each camera of VS modules. Below is the
case that you select “Server Module 0” and select cameras connected to FW-5450 for
recording configuration.
3. “Server Module 0” refers to FW-5450 itself. Thus it shows you 4 cameras which can be
configured. You can configure each camera by selecting it. If you want to configure the
Camera 1, then Click “Camera 1”.
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4. After Selecting “Camera 1”, you will see below configuration screen and you can set
recording speed, camera name, etc. After changing the setting values, please click “Save”
button.
Name
Recording Service
Server Module ID
Camera Number
Camera Name
Pre-Recording Speed
Pre-Alarm Count
Post-Recording Speed
Post-Alarm Count
Description
If you want to record, please click “Enable”. Otherwise, click
“Disable”.
RX Module ID
Camera number
You can enter camera name with up to 31 alpha-numeric letter or
15 Unicode letters.
Recording speed before the event occurs
When Event Recording, up to 5 frames right before the event can
be recorded.
Recording speed after the event occurs
When Event Recording, up to 5 frames right after the event can
be recorded.
5. Below menu is for other recording conditions. Up to 4 conditions can be applied to each
camera. For example, if you set Condition 1 & 2, FW-5450 will record when Condition 1 or
Condition 2 is satisfied.
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6. You can configure the recording conditions for each camera.
EX) Select Mode: Schedule and Event
Schedule: Tue.
Event: Motion Detection on CH 1
Condition 1: When motion is detected in CH1 on every Tuesday, FW-5450 will do
recording.
Menu
Select Mode
Schedule
Options
Always
Schedule Only
Schedule and Event
Description
24hours 365days recording
Recording by Date, Time or Day
Recording by Events such as Alarm, Motion, and Camera
Disconnection.
Recording by Schedule and Events
Week
You can set from Sunday to Saturday
Time
Date
You can set Time
You can set Date
Alarm Sensor
Recording by Alarm sensor from DI
1,2,3,4 refer to Camera number. If 1 is checked, when
motion is detected in CH1, FW-5450 will record images.
For example, if all 1,2,3,4 are checked, then when all of
Ch1, Ch2, Ch3, and Ch4 have detected motions, FW5450 will record images from Camera 1 in the above
case.
When Camera is physically connected to FW-5450, it will
record.
When Camera is physically disconnected to FW-5450, or
power of Camera is off, it will record.
Event Only
Motion Detection
Event
Camera Connected
Camera Disconnected
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7. After recording condition settings, please click “Save” and click “Back” to go back to the
previous page to check the status of Condition 1 as following image.
8. After completion of all of recording configuration, Please click “Record” button to start
recording. Click “Apply” button to put new setting values into Flash memory.
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When you click Record button, the record button becomes Stop button. If you want to stop
Recording, you can click Stop button.
6.3. View Recording Profile
You can see all the setting values that you have set for all the cameras in a pop-up window.
1. Click View Recording Profile.
2. Then you will see a pop-up window.
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6.4. Recording Mode
You can select either Circulation mode or Pause at full mode.
1. Click Recording Mode in Recording Configuration menu.
2. You will see below menu. If you want to keep recording when HDD is full, you can select
Circulation mode. FW-5450 will continuously be recording from the beginning of the HDD. If
you select “Pause at full” mode, when HDD is full, FW-5450 will stop recording.
After
recording mode selection, please click “Save”. To apply recording, go to “Recording
Configuration” menu.
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Circulation
Pause at full
Each recorded file is 630Mbytes. When HDD is full, the oldest file of
630Mbytes will be deleted.
When HDD is full, Recording status will become STOP. You can receive
email notification by HDD Status Report function.
6.5. HDD Status report
HDD status can be sent to user defined e-mail accounts so that user can get HDD status from the
server. Disk full and Periodic status information can be sent to user’s e-mail account.
1. Click “HDD Status Report” in Recording Configuration menu.
2. Please enable the services you want. You can choose Day & Time for Periodic Notification.
Disk Full Notification
Periodic Notification
Day & Time
HDD Error Notification
HDD Error Beep Sound
When HDD is full, you will get an email notification.
You will get a periodic report of HDD status based on schedule.
You can choose Day & Time for periodic Notification. In the above setting,
you will get a report on every Monday & Wednesday 3 P.M.
When HDD error occurs, you will get an email notification.
When HDD error occurs, you will hear Beep sound by enabling.
3. Please write all the necessary information of your email services such as SMTP server,
ID&PW, etc.
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SMTP Server
Authentication Login
User ID
Password
SMTP Server address
Select whether you use Authentication login or not
User ID for Authentication Login
User Password for Authentication Login
Sender
1st Recipient
2nd Recipient
3rd Recipient
User Defined Message
Sender’s E-mail address
Recipients’ E-mail addresses
(Max. 3 Recipients)
User defined message attached to E-mail
6.6. Clear Recording Config
This function will initialize the Recording setting values in Recording configuration menu for FW-5450.
1. Click “Clear Recording Config” in Recording Configuration menu.
2. If you click Clear button, you will be asked once again to make sure.
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3. If you click OK, the Recording setting values will be cleared.
6.7. Delete Recorded Data
This function is to totally delete all the recorded data in HDD.
1. Click “Delete Recorded Data” in Recording Configuration menu.
2. Click “Delete” button to delete all the data in HDD.
3. You will be asked once again to make sure that you really want to delete all data. If you click
“OK”, FW-5450 will delete all data in HDD.
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7. Utilities
Flash memory update, rebooting, factory default, system upgrade, etc.
7.1. Save Configuration
This function saves current all settings into Flash Memory. It is highly recommended that you do Save
Configuration if you configure something in FlexWATCH® Server.
1. Click “Save Configuration” in Utilities group.
2. Click “Save Configuration” button to save current setting values. Otherwise, click Back button.
7.2. Reboot
It reboots the FlexWATCH server. It is recommended that you reboot the system, if you configure
something and do Save Configuration.
1. Click Reboot in Utilities group.
2. Click Reboot button.
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3. You will be asked once again to make sure that you really want to reboot the system. If you
click “OK”, FlexWATCH server will be rebooted.
4. After confirmation, It will ask you whether you want to close the web browser or not. You
won’t be able to access to webpage of FlexWATCH server Until rebooting is completed,
7.3. Factory Default
This function will revert to factory default for FlexWATCH® server except for network related values.
1. Click “Factory Default” in Utilities group.
2. Click Factory Default button.
3. You will be asked once again to make sure. If you click “OK” the factory default values will be
restored.
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7.4. System Update
Here you can update internal program and data for FlexWATCH® Server. Internal program and data of
FlexWATCH® Server is saved in Flash Memory. It consists of 4 files including Kernel Image, Ram disk
Image, System Image, and Web Image.
You should have 4 separate firmware files in your PC so that you can update your FlexWATCH server
with them.
1. All (Firmware, RAM disk, System, Web) Update: You can update all 4 firmware files
(Firmware, RAM Disk, System, and Web).
2. System and Web Update: You can update System and Web.
3. Web Only Update: when you want to update Web only.
4. File name reference for FlexWATCH server.
Kernel Image
RAM Disk Image
System Image
Web page Image
a_ker_mx [FW-3450 & FW-1130 & FW-3150]
a_ker_ms [FW-5450]
a_rfs_x4.gz [FW-3450 & FW-5450]
a_rfs_x1.gz [FW-1130 & FW-3150]
a_sys_m4.tar.gz {FW-3450 & FW-5450}
a_sys_m1.tar.gz [FW-1130 & FW-3150]
a_web_xx.tar.gz
9 You can download the latest version of firmware files in download menu of Seyeon Tech
Website (www.flexwatch.co.kr, www.seyeon.co.kr ).
5. Reboot the system after Update is finished.
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7.4.1.
All(Kernel, RAM disk, System, Web) Update
1. When you click Start button in All ( Firmware, RAM disk, System, Web ) Update, you will be
asked if you want to keep Update.
2. You will get a pop-up window where you need to select the firmware image file located in your
PC.
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If user’s PC has pop-up block function, above window may not be popped up. Thus, please do not
use pop-up block function when you do system update in Web page.
3. By Clicking “Browse” button, you can find the firmware image file in your PC.
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4. To update with selected file, please click “Next” button. Otherwise, click “Skip” to skip the
current file update.
5. If you click “Next” button, you can check File Name & File Size.
6. If you click “Previous”, you can go to step 2. If you click “Next”, then new firmware will be
uploaded to FlexWATCH server. “Cancel” button will stop the Update procedure.
7. Next stage, you can update RAM Disk Image.
8. The update procedure is the same as step 2~step 5.
9. Next Stage will be update of System Image & Web page. This update procedure is also same
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as step 2~step
10. After all update procedure is done, you will see a “Reboot” window. Please click Reboot
button to reboot the system.
7.4.2.
System and Web Update
1. When you click Start button in System and Web Update, you will be asked if you want to keep
Update.
2. The rest of update procedure is the same as All Update procedure.
3. After all update procedure is done, Please click Reboot button to reboot the system.
7.4.3.
Web Only Update
1. When you click Start button in Web Only Update, you will be asked if you want to keep
Update.
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2. The rest of update procedure is the same as All Update procedure.
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