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FW2170 User’s Manual
FW2170 User’s Manual
(Product Guide)
Version 4.16(Rev.E)
Sep. 27, 2012
Class A Digital Device (industrial & commercial environment)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to CE
and FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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Document Part Number: M4067-00
Document Version: 4.16(Rev.E)
Revised: September 27, 2012
About This Document
This document is prepared for users of FW2170 supplied by Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. It is assumed that the
users are familiar with Microsoft Windows operating systems and Web browsers such as Internet Explorer.
It is also assumed that the users are well aware of how to install and use the network equipment such as
LAN, Hub, router, and having basic knowledge of network terminologies. If you have any questions
regarding network installations, please contact your network equipment vendor or network administrator
or Internet service providers.
For updated contents, detailed features and other applications from Seyeon Tech, please refer to the user’s
manual in CD-ROM provided with the product you purchased, or visit Seyeon Tech’s Internet homepage at
http://www.flexwatch.com/.
Copyright Notice
Copyright © 2012 Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
No part of this document may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written
permission of Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
Disclaimer
Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. (Seyeon Tech) Makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents
hereof. In addition, information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Every precaution has
been taken in the preparation of this manual, nevertheless, Seyeon Tech assumes no responsibility for
errors or omissions or any damages resulting from the use of the information contained in this document.
Trademarks
FlexWATCH® and FlexWATCH® Logo are trademarks of Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
Windows and Internet Explorer are a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
All other trademarks belong to their respective owners.
Technical Support
For technical support call, email, or visit our web site.
Telephone: +82-2-2192-6840~1
Email: sales@flexwatch.com
Web site: http://www.flexwatch.com or http://www.seyeon.co.kr
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Contents
1.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW ......................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.
FW2170 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5
1.2.
KEY FEATURES ................................................................................................................................................................ 6
1.3.
PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................................................ 7
1.4.
FW2170 PACKING LIST ................................................................................................................................................ 8
1.5.
NETWORK DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.5.1. Private Network ..................................................................................................................................................... 9
1.5.2. Wide Area Network ............................................................................................................................................. 9
1.5.3. FW2170 with the existing Analog System ..............................................................................................10
1.6.
2.
APPLICATION .................................................................................................................................................................11
HARDWARE DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................. 12
2.1.
FRONT VIEW ..................................................................................................................................................................12
2.2.
REAR VIEW .....................................................................................................................................................................13
2.2.1. CTL Port Description .........................................................................................................................................14
2.2.2. Speaker V-out Jack Description...................................................................................................................14
2.2.3. MIC Jack Description ........................................................................................................................................14
3.
4.
FW2170 INSTALLATION AND BASIC SETUP ................................................................................ 15
3.1.
BEFORE INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................15
3.2.
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS .....................................................................................................................................15
3.3.
INSTALLING FW2170 ..................................................................................................................................................15
3.4.
NETWORK CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................................15
ADMIN MENU .................................................................................................................................... 17
4.1.
ENTERING ADMIN MENU ............................................................................................................................................17
4.2.
ADMIN MENU STRUCTURE .........................................................................................................................................18
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5.
6.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION MENU .................................................................................................. 18
5.1.
SERVER NAME SETUP...................................................................................................................................................19
5.2.
ADMIN PASSWORD ......................................................................................................................................................19
NETWORK CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................... 20
6.1.
NETWORK CONFIGURATION .......................................................................................................................................20
6.1.1. Static IP Configuration .....................................................................................................................................20
6.1.2. DHCP Client Configuration ............................................................................................................................21
7.
6.2.
NETWORK PORTS..........................................................................................................................................................21
6.3.
VIEW NETWORK STATUS .............................................................................................................................................22
6.4.
NETWORK STATUS NOTIFY .........................................................................................................................................22
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................ 244
7.1.
DISPLAY OUTPUT DEVICE ............................................................................................................................................24
7.1.1. Channel Configuration .....................................................................................................................................25
8.
DEVICE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................ 26
8.1.
DEVICE NUMBER CONFIGURATION............................................................................................................................26
8.2.
SERIAL PORTS CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................................26
8.2.1. Transparent Mode..............................................................................................................................................27
9.
UTILITIES ............................................................................................................................................. 28
9.1.
REBOOT ..........................................................................................................................................................................28
9.2.
FACTORY DEFAULT .......................................................................................................................................................28
9.3.
SYSTEM UPDATE ...........................................................................................................................................................29
9.3.1. All (Kernel, RAM disk, System, Web) Update ........................................................................................30
9.3.2. System and Web Update ................................................................................................................................32
9.3.3. Web Only Update ..............................................................................................................................................32
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1. Product Overview
1.1. FW2170
FlexWATCH™ 2170 is a stand-alone 4ch network media decoder which converts four streams of
Motion JPEG or H. 264 from 4 different FlexWATCH™ Video/Camera servers in real-time into the high
quality analog signals. It support 4 screens output and the FlexWATCH™ Video/Camera input sources from
the encoder device
The server of FlexWATCH™ 2170 Network media decoder is used in combination with FlexWATCH™
video & camera servers. Users are able to use existing video matrices and other analog technology to
receive video and audio from distant analog cameras or systems
FlexWATCH™ 2170 is ideal package solution with FlexWATCH™ cameras or servers for remote
monitoring using TV sets and Analog monitors. Also, instead of these multi channeled servers, you can use
single channel servers together. Thus, if you install cameras in remote site, you can watch the remote site
using video server and FlexWATCH® 2170 even though it might be located in a different city.
Picture 1 : FW2170
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1.2. Key Features
 Decodes network video without the need of a PC
 Provides four channels of video up to 30fps decoding 1.3M per each channel.
 Single Serial interface for Voice kit. Two way voice communication will be supported by software
upgrade later.
 Single RS-485, RS-232 interface for future use. It can be used for Pan Tilt Zoom device control
using controller.
 Supports dynamic IP at remote site using IPCCTVDNS.
 Built-in Web server for administration.
 Advanced alarm notification and service
When sensor or motion is triggered at FlexWATCH™ 2170 Network media decoder invokes the
4ch Rotation view immediately and displays the alarm status.
 Factory Default Button for system initialization.
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1.3. Preliminary Specification
FW2170-DB
Model
CPU
OS
Flash
SDRAM
System
Output
Video
Input
HDMI : HDMI Connector
Component : RCA Connector
Composite : BNC Connector
M-JPEG, H.264 IP stream ( JES format stream only )
Max
Decoding
resolution
Performance
Max Rate
Interoperable Devices
Audio
Codec
Network
32bit Embedded Processor
Embedded Linux
128M Byte
128M Byte
Protocol
Network I/F
LAN
Serial I/F
RS-232
RS-485
Alarm I/F
DI/DO
Management
1.3M, @1024P
30 fps@1024p
®
FlexWATCH -IP Camera/NVS/NVR
( FW-1xxx / 3xxx/ 5xxx series )
1ch in & 1ch out, Mono Audio
8 bit PCM (G.711-u-low), Sampling rates 8KHz, Bandwidth: 8KByte/sec
Min/Max Audio Freq.: 300Hz ~ 3.4KHz
HTTP, RTP/RTSP, TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, RARP, PPPoE, PAP, CHAP,
DHCP, SMTP client(e- mail), NTP
10/100BaseT Ethernet auto sensing
COM : console, serial input/output
RS-485 : joystick or Transparent mode
1 Photo-coupled Input and 1 Relay Output
Web based configuration / Control
Web based upgrade
Function ( reserved )
Multi-Channel Circulation
Various Display Mode Selection by Push Button
Alarm / Status display
Operating Condition
Temperature
Power
Certification
Dimension(WXDXH) /
Weight
-5℃ ~ +50℃, humidity 20~80% ( non-condensing )
DC 12V/1A [SMPS], max power consumption ( DC12V, 600mA )
FCC / CE / KCC
148(W)X118(D)X25(H) mm
/ about
0.25 Kg
* All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Table 1 : Specification for FW2170
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1.4. FW2170 Packing List
FW-2170
1ea
Power Supply Unit
1ea
(Power Cable & SMPS DC12V 1A Adapter)
CD (User’s Manual, installation wizard and
Pictures)
1 ea
Table 2 : FW2170 Packing List
Note: Please check all the listed items are included in your package. For any missing items,
please contact your local distributor.
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1.5. Network Diagram
FW2170 works over IP network such as leased line, cable model, XDSL modem, PSTN modem. FW2170 can also works over public network or private network. The network environment will vary with users’
goals and needs; however, basic applications with FW2170 can be as below.
1.5.1.
Private Network
Private network without Internet connection.
1.5.2.
Wide Area Network
FW2170 is able to decode Video stream Over IP network by IP Address and domain name, and AOIP
Service. Once FW2170 is assigned Dynamic IP Address, it is possible to decode Video stream from Wide
Area Network.
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1.5.3.
FW-2170 with the existing Analog System
FW2170 decode and transmits Video stream to analog system so that it an can be applied with Video
Matrix.
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1.6. Application
FW2170 is born to provide reliable and flexible TCP IP network in the remote video surveillance
industry. Decoded Video stream by FW2170 can be monitored on standard TV or Audio/Video Devices.
Users easily monitor, search, and save Video stream by FlexWATCH
By combining with FlexWATCH
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server and FW2170 efficiently.
server series, following can be suggested application area.
Chain store, and Franchised restaurant monitoring
Remote branch office monitoring
Plant, Oil refinery, Power station monitoring
Globally presented branch office monitoring
Parking Lots, Gas Station monitoring
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2. Hardware Description
2.1. Front View
D
E
A
B
C
Picture 2 : FW2170 Front View
Name
A
LAN LINK LED
B
Power LED
C
Factory Default
Button
D
CONTROL
E
Display Mode
Switch
Description
Green light blinks when LAN is physically connected
Red light blinks when power is provided
This button can reset the factory default settings at the system.
Keep pressing FD button for about 5 seconds, after reboot the system. While pressing
this button, ACT LED is flickering.
CTL Port (RS-485, RS-232, DI, DO)
This button changes Display Mode. As you press the button, the Display Mode will be
changed one by one from Channel 1 to Channel 4. If you press the button for 2 sec., you
can apply Rotation Mode directly.
Table 3 : FW2170 Front View
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2.2. Rear View
C
B
D
E
F
G
Picture 3 : FW2170 Rear View
A
Name
Description
A
Component
B
V-OUT
C
MIC
Audio Input Port
D
SPK
Audio Output Port
E
HDMI
HDMI Port
F
LAN
LAN Connector (10/100BaseT Ethernet auto sensing)
G
POWER ON/OFF
Component Port
Composite Port (Video Output Port)
Power (DC 12V/1A [SMPS])
Table 4 : FW2170 Rear View
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2.2.1.
CTL Port Description
It’s RS-232 port for Serial input device, Modem or Console (Hyperterminal.connection). For RS-232
connection, RXD, TXD and GND are used. For connection to PC, RXD and TXD are used. RXD and TXD
should be cross to communicate properly
Picture 4 : CTL Port Description
2.2.2.
Speaker V-out Jack Description
Jack information for Mono Speaker or Video Out Jack.
1 : GND
2 : SPK
3 : V-OUT
Picture 5 : V-out Jack
2.2.3.
MIC Jack Description
Jack information for MIC
1 : GND
2 : NC
Picture 6 : MIC Jack
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3. FW2170 Installation and Basic Setup
3.1. Before Installation

Read carefully User's Manual.

Check User’s Network (IP Address, Network Mask and default gateway)

Secure IP address for FW2170.
3.2. Factory Default Settings
The following table shows the factory default condition. Please refer to this when you need to change
the values on admin menu.
Factory Default
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
Note: Factory default Admin ID and Password are all lower case letters. You can change the
password with Capital letters.
3.3. Installing FW2170
Following steps are the physical installation process for FW2170.
1. Fix the FW2170 in place
2. Connect the FW2170 to the Internet cable through the LAN port.
3. Connect the power supply of FW2170.
After that, you need to follow the steps below.
 Network Configuration: Refer to “IP Installer User’s Manual”
 Camera Configuration: Refer to “FlexWATCH™ Admin Menu User’s Manual”
 Service Configuration: Refer to “FlexWATCH™ Admin Menu User’s Manual”
3.4
Network Configuration
1) Run Internet Explorer and input IP address of FW2170. You will see log in window as below.
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Input ID and Password of Admin. (Default ID : root / Default Password: root)
2)
If you succeed in connecting to FW2170 Network Decoder System, “Display Output Device”
menu will be shown on the right side immediately and whole menus on the left side.
Because, you mainly need this menu “Display Output Device” while using FW2170.
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4. Admin Menu
After connecting to a FlexWATCH™ server on the web browser, you’ll find the web page as shown
below. The rightmost item of the menu is Admin, where you can set up the most of features in the
FlexWATCH™ Server you’re connecting to.
4.1.
Entering Admin Menu
Click “Admin” item of the menu, then you’ll see a login window. In the login window, enter “root” for
both ID and password as they are the factory defaults. Press Enter key or click “OK” button. Once logged in,
you can change the password to a new one.
Now the Admin Menu will be displayed as shown below. This will guide you to the top level menu
items, which are System, Network, Display, Device and Utilities. Clicking any of these top level menu items
will display submenu items and brief descriptions.
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4.2.
Admin Menu Structure
The following table shows the hierarchy of the Admin menu structure that we’re going to deal with in
this manual.
Category
Main Menu
System
configuration
Server Name
Admin. Password
Level 1 Sub-Menu
Level 2 Sub-Menu
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Network Configuration
Network
Configuration
Network Ports
View Network Status
Network Status Notify
Channel 1
Display
Configuration
Device Configuration
Utilities
Display Output Device
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
n/a
Device Number
n/a
n/a
Serial Ports
Transparent Mode
n/a
Reboot
n/a
n/a
Factory Default
n/a
n/a
System Update
n/a
n/a
5. System Configuration Menu
When you click on “System Configuration” item on Admin Menu, the following sub menu will be
displayed.
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5.1.
Server Name Setup
Click Step 1 on Quick Configuration, then the following will be displayed and you will find out the
system information such as model name of the FlexWATCH™ Server, server name, MAC address (serial
number), firmware version, and Web image version.
As an administrator, you can change the name of the server name, but other values are not allowed to
change. To change the server name, enter a new server name in the Server Name filed. You may use up to
21 alphanumeric or up to 10 Unicode characters. Tab or any other special characters are not allowed. Click
“Apply” button to save the setting and it will take effect immediately.
5.2.
Admin Password
To change the password for the administrator, click Admin Password on System Configuration menu.
Default ID for admin account is fixed as “root” and not allowed to change. In Old Password field,
enter the current password. In both New Password and Confirm Password fields, enter the same new
password. The password must be between 4 and 23 alphanumeric letters. Click “Apply” button to put it into
effect.
Because you have replaced the password with a new one, the existing network connection made with
old password to FlexWATCH™ Server is lost now. You will have to reconnect to the FlexWATCH™ server
using new password.
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6.
Network Configuration
Configuration the network is dependent on how an IP address is assigned in Ethernet-based
environment, which is static IP, dynamic IP (DHCP). For wireless LAN, additional configuration is necessary
to have a connection with wireless AP.
In the case of wireless models, users have to choose between wired or wireless connection. In other
words, both connections can’t be used at the same time. The way how to choose one of them is whether
wired LAN cable is plugged into the product. When LAN cable is plugged in for longer than 5 seconds, the
wired LAN is activated for data transmission. If LAN cable is unplugged more than 5secconds, wireless LAN
is activated instead. If DHCP Client is selected by user, wired LAN will be activated regardless of condition of
LAN cable. For network configuration, select Network configuration from Admin page.
To make a connection to the Internet, it is required to figure out the type of the Internet service you’re
using. Depending on the service type, the network configuration can be in any of Static IP, DHCP Client.
You need to set up the FlexWATCH™ Server according to your network type.
6.1.
Network Configuration
6.1.1.
Static IP Configuration
Selecting Network Configuration under Network configuration will show variables. Below picture is for
products without wireless LAN.
For static IP, select static IP and input values for IP address, NetMask, Gateway, DNS1, DNS2 and
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click apply for saving settings. After “Apply”, program will ask closing web browser for updates, which will
take 20~30 seconds. If “Back” button is pushed while configuration, all values will be discarded. If “Refresh”
button is pushed, the program will load previous values.
Note: If the HTTP port number is changed to other value than default (80), make sure
the new HTTP port number goes together with the FlexWATCH™ Server's
Internet address. For example, when FlexWATCH ™’'s IP address is
192.168.1.00 and set the HTTP port to 8080, you will have to enter
http://192.168.1.100:8080 to connect to the server.
6.1.2.
DHCP Client Configuration
For DHCP, DHCP server must exist in the network environment. Select DHCP Client from Network
Configuration, click “Apply”.
6.2. Network Ports
In this configuration, you set up the HTTP port for FlexWATCH™ Server to communicate with the
Client PC. HTTP Port is the network port that is used when a Client PC connects to the FlexWATCH™
Server’s Web page. It can be assigned between 80 and 65535 and the default value is 80.
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6.3. View Network Status
This menu shows network status of FW products. Wireless LAN status will be added for wireless
models.
6.4.
Network Status Notify
This feature helps to send updated network status information to registered email address if any
changes happen. This function will work under DHCP or PPPoE.
If Network Status Notify is set to Enable, FlexWATCH™ Server’s network status will be emailed to a
specific person in case of the following events:
 When it is set to Dynamic IP on Network Configuration menu, and the FlexWATCH™ server has
been given a new dynamic IP address and connected to the network.
Or,
 When it is set to PPP Client on WAN-Modem menu, and the FlexWATCH™ server has been
connected to the network with ISP or PPP server.
To configure, click “Network Status Notify” on Network Configuration menu. The following window
will be shown.
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First, select Enable to use the feature. Then enter the address of the SMTP server which is needed for
email service. If your SMTP server requires a user ID and a password for authentication, you will have to get
them from ISP or network admin. Enter the ID and password.
In Sender field, enter your email address or other meaningful words that will show the message was
sent from the FlexWATCH™ server as a notification. Now enter the email addresses of the recipients in the
Recipient fields, up to 3 persons. In the User-Defined Message box, you may put a message to explain
why the message was sent. After finishing the setup, click “Apply” to save settings.
Mail Notification
6.5.SMTP Server
Enable: Send email
Disable: Do not send email
SMTP Server address for email service
User ID
Password
Sender
1st / 2nd / 3rd Recipient
Enable: user ID and password are required for SMTP
server
Disable: user ID and password are not required
User ID for SMTP server
Password for SMTP server
Email address of Sender
Email Addresses of the Recipients (up to 3 persons)
User Defined Message
Message to be included in the Notification email
Authentication Login
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7.
Display Configuration
You can configurate Display mode of FW2170 connected to FlewWATCH™ cameras in this part of
Display Configuration, for properly controlling analog monitor according to each of channel. Before viewing
the monitor, you have to configure Display Output Device first and then register the information about each
channel of FlewWATCH™ cameras. But FlewWATCH™ server is required in advance for video stream
running.
7.1.
Display Output Device
In this part, you can configure “Display Output”, “Video Output”, “OSD Service”, “Audio”, “Initial
Channel” and “Channel Dwelling Time” by choosing options. In other words, you can choose one option
for each of items as below
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Option Details for Display Output Device Configuration are as below.
 Display Output: Composite, Component, HDMI
 Video Output Format: NTSC, PAL
 OSD Service: Turn on, Turn off
 OSD Menu: Motion Status, Connection, Channel Name, Time, PTZ Status
 Audio: Disable, Listen Only, 2Way
 Initial Channel: Ch1, Ch2, Ch3, Ch4, Rotation
Single Channel
Rotation Channel
 Dwelling Time (sec): The Default value is7 ( 7~300)
7.1.1.
Channel Configuration
You can configure each of channels as below. Also you can add more Channels up to 4 Channels for
viewing and controlling Cameras coincidentally connected to FW2170.
Option Details for Channel Configuration are as below.
 Service: The choice of using Channel Service or not
 Name: Designation of the name of Channel connected to FlexWATCH™Camera.
 IP Address: IP address of FlexWATCH™ camera connected to server.
 Service Port: The default value is 80
 VS Module ID: The default value is 0
 Camera Number: The number of the Camera connected to FW2170
 Login ID: ID for connecting to Admin. of FW2170
 Login Password: Password to login
 Confirm Password: Affirmation of the Password you entered
 Display Mode: The type of display
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8.
Device Configuration
You set up the connection between FlexWATCH™ Server and the camera in this part of configuration.
That includes Video data, external devices, Input / Output, Alarm control, and etc.
8.1.
Device Number Configuration

Click “Device Number Configuration” of Device Configuration.

Input Device number of FW2170

Click “Apply” button to save the change. If you do not want to save, click “Back” button.
8.2.
Serial Ports Configuration
There are two serial ports configurable in the system, COM and AUX. COM port is primarily used for
console, and AUX is for PTZ control, but they both can be used for other purposes when necessary.
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8.2.1.
Transparent Mode
When there are two FlexWATCH™ Servers present on the network, they can act like a transparent
interface between two different UART devices so that the communication between the UART devices can be
made transparently without a flaw.
 Line Mode: The type of communication protocol
 Baud Rate: Data transfer rate
 Data Bit: The number of bits in data
 Stop Bit: The number of stop bit
 Parity Bit: Parity bit characteristic
 Network Protocol: The type of protocol used to send data
 Peer IP: IP address of other FlexWATCH™ server
 Network Port: Network port number of the server
 Data Start Pattern: Data start pattern (Not used if unchecked)
 Data Size: Data size in single transfer (Not used if unchecked)
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9.
Utilities
In Utilities part of the Admin menu, you can view the system log file, save the changed value during
the configuration, reboot, restore the factory default condition, and update the system.
9.1.
Reboot
It is recommended to reboot the system after making changes and saving the configuration. To reboot,
click “Reboot" on Utilities menu. A confirmation screen will be displayed as shown Click “Save
Configuration” button, otherwise click “Back” button to cancel the rebooting.
The second confirmation screen will be shown. This is only to confirm closing of web browser that
FlexWATCH™ Server is on. Click “OK” button to close the web browser and reboot right away. If you click
“Cancel”, the web browser is still open, but you will not be able to access the FlexWATCH™ Server until
the rebooting is finished.
9.2.
Factory Default
Whenever it is required to restore the configuration of Camera setup to factory default condition, you
can do it here. Network configuration is not affected by this action.
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Click “Factory Default” on Utilities menu. A confirmation screen will be displayed as shown Click
“Factory Default” button, otherwise click “Back” button to cancel it. The second confirmation screen will
appear. Click “OK” button to restore the factory default condition right away. If you click “Cancel”, web
browser will go back to the previous screen without any change made.
9.3.
System Update
FlexWATCH™ Server’s system program and data are stored in Flash memory, and it consists of
Kernel Image, RAM Disk Image, System Image, and Web Image. In order to update the system of the server,
you should have proper image files ready in your PC.
Click “System Update” on Utilities menu, then the following window will be displayed. From the Start
buttons displayed, choose the one that meets your needs.

All (Firmware, RAM disk, System, Web) Update: Update all four system images.

System and Web Update: Only System and Web images are to be updated.
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Web Only Update: Only Web image is to be updated.
Up-to-date system files can be downloaded in Support page of Seyeon Tech’s homepages at
http://www.flexwatch.com. After the update is done, it is required to reboot the server.
9.3.1.
All (Kernel, RAM disk, System, Web) Update
Click the “Start” button next to All (Firmware, RAM disk, System, Web) Update item on the menu,
and a confirmation window will appear. Click “OK” button to proceed the update, otherwise click “Cancel”.
Note: If your web browser’s pop-up blocker is enabled, your PC many not display
the confirmation window above. In that case, the pop-up blocking feature of
the web browser should be disabled for system update to be completed.
In the next window, enter the location of the Firmware Image file to update with. You can use the
“Browse” button to navigate the directories in your PC to find the file. Once the image file is selected, click
“Next” button to proceed. You can cancel the update by clicking “Skip” button.
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Now you can check the file name and the size in the new window. If you want to go back to the
previous stage, click the “Previous” button. Click the “Next” button to update the firmware right away and
proceed to next stage. If you want to stop the update process, click the “Cancel” button.
The next window is for locating the RAM Disk Update file.
Go through the same steps as in Firmware Update, and do the same in update process for System
and Web Update files.
After all the update processes pare finished, the window for Factory Default is displayed. If there was
no problem in the entire update processes and you want to continue, click “Next” button. If you’re not sure
about the system update, you can restore the Factory Default condition by clicking “Factory Default” button.
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Now the final confirmation window will appear. Click “Reboot” button and the system will reboot.
9.3.2.
System and Web Update
Click the “Start” button next to System and Web Update item on the menu, and a confirmation
window will appear. Click “OK” button to proceed the update, otherwise click “Cancel”.
Go through the same steps as in All Update process (Kernel and RAM Disk updates are not made
here). After update is done, click “Reboot” to start the system over.
9.3.3.
Web Only Update
Click the “Start” button next to Web Only Update item on the menu, and a confirmation window will
appear. Click “OK” button to proceed the update, otherwise click “Cancel”. The rest of the process is the
same as in All Update part. After update is done, click “Reboot” to start the system over.
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