Quick Installation Guide SkyIPCam1620W Wireless N MPEG4 3GPP Network Camera

Quick Installation Guide SkyIPCam1620W Wireless N MPEG4 3GPP Network Camera
Quick Installation Guide
SkyIPCam1620W
Wireless N MPEG4 3GPP Network Camera
Model # AIC1620W
Ver. 1A
Package Contents
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Wireless N MPEG4 3GPP Network Camera
AC Power Adapter
Antenna
Wall Mount Kit
GPIO & RS485 Adapter
Ethernet Cable (RJ-45 type)
Setup CD and Quick Installation Guide
System Requirement
• Accessing the Camera using Web Browser
- Supported Browsers: Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.0 or above;
Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox with JAVA plug-in
for MJPEG and QuickTime plug-in for MPEG4
­ CPU:
Intel Pentium III 800MHz or above
­ RAM:
512MB
­ Resolution:
800x600 or above
• Accessing the Camera using Software SkyIPCam UltraView
­ Platform: Microsoft® Windows® 7, Vista and XP
­ Hard Disk:
80GB or above
­ Resolution:
1024x768 or above
­ Suggested Hardware Requirement**
● 1~8 cameras connected: Intel Core 2 Duo; 2GB RAM
● 9~32 cameras connected: Intel Core 2 Quad; 4GB RAM
NOTE If you connect multiple cameras and monitor them simultaneously, it
is recommended that you use a computer with higher performance.
This Quick Installation Guide only provides basic instructions. For detailed
information, including the instructions of the complimentary software, please
refer to the User’s Manual on the supplied CD.
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Section 1
Getting to Know Your Camera
Front and Top View
Screw Hole* is used to attach
the camera stand onto the
camera by screwing the screw
head of the camera stand into
the screw hole of the camera.
LED Indicators:
Power (left, steady amber light)
indicates the camera is powered
on.
Link (right, flashing green light)
indicates the camera’s network
connectivity.
CS-Mount
Removable Lens
Internal Microphone
allows the camera to
receive sound and voice.
* The camera provides two screw holes that are located on its top and bottom panels, so that
you can install the camera according to your application.
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Rear View
Reset Button will restart the
camera when it is pressed quickly;
when it is pressed and held for five
seconds, the camera will restore
the factory default settings.
GPIO and RS485
is used to connect the
external devices.
Antenna
Connector
Ethernet Cable Connector
connects the network cable,
which supports the NWay
protocol so that the camera
can detect the network speed
automatically.
DC Power Connector
connects the AC power
adapter, in order to supply
power to the camera.
Audio I/O Connectors:
Audio Out connects an
external active speaker.
Mic In connects an external
microphone.
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Section 2
Hardware Installation
Step 2.1 Assemble and attach the provided wall mount kit to the camera.
Step 2.2 Attach the included external antenna to the camera.
Step 2.3 Connect one end of a network cable to the IP Camera and connect
the other end to one of the LAN ports on your router or switch.
NOTE You need to connect the camera to the local area network first in
order to configure the wireless settings. After the setup finished, you
will be able to disconnect the network cable.
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Step 2.4 Power up the camera by connecting the supplied power adapter.
Step 2.5 Please verify the LED status on the front panel and make sure the
camera is on and ready to use now.
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Power LED: Solid Amber
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Link LED: Flashing Green
Section 3
Installing SkyIPCam Utility
Step 3.1 Insert the provided CD into your computer’s CD ROM drive.
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Step 3.2 Click on Install Utility and Software when the autorun menu pops
up on the screen.
Note: If you do not see the autorun menu pops up on the screen, please go
to your CD-ROM drive > UltraView folder > run “Setup.exe”.
Step 3.3 Click Install to install the utility.
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Step 3.4 Click Finish when installation finishes.
Section 4
Configuring the Camera
Step 4.1 Open SkyIPCam Utility by double clicking on its icon on your
desktop.
Step 4.2 Click on Search to find the camera on your network. Select the
Camera you wish to configure and click on Link.
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Note If the Camera you wish to configure does not show up in the utility,
make sure the camera is properly connected to the same local network as
your computer is, and the Green LED should be on. Click on Search to try
again.
Step 4.3 When you are prompted for the username and password, enter
“admin” for both Username and Password, and click OK.
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Step 4.4 The camera viewing window will appear. Click on Setup, then
click on Smart Wizard.
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Step 4.5 Enter a name for your camera and a location (i.e. Room 1). Create
a password and enter it to Admin Password and Confirm Password. This
will change the admin password of the camera. It is recommended to modify
the admin’s password to protect your privacy. Click Next.
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Step 4.6 You can specify a static IP address to this camera by selecting
Static IP, and enter IP, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary/Secondary
DNS addresses here.
If you are not sure how to configure Static IP Setting, please select DHCP.
Click Next.
Note Be sure to enter Primary/Secondary DNS addresses assigned by
your ISP if you set up Static IP for the camera so that the Email alert /
FTP uploading can function properly.
Step 4.7 If you would like to set up email alerts that you can receive in the
future, enter your email information here. You can get this information from
your Email Service Provider. You can set this up at a later time. Click Next.
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Step 4.8 Enter the Network ID (SSID) of your wireless network, or click on
Site Survey and select from the list. Select the Authentication and
Encryption, and enter the security Key of your wireless network. This
information is stored in your wireless AP/router. Click Next.
Note You may contact the manufacturer of your wireless router/AP’s to find
out its SSID and wireless security settings.
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Step 4.9 Confirm your settings at this page. If everything is correct, click
Apply to save the settings, then the camera will restart in 50 seconds.
Step 4.10 After the camera is restarted, unplug the network cable from it. It
will take around 1 or 2 minutes for the camera connecting to your wireless
router/AP.
To make sure the wireless connection is successfully established, open the
SkyIPCam Utility and click on Search. If the camera shows up in the list, it
is connected to your wireless network successfully. If not, please verify the
SSID and the wireless security settings you configured at Step 4.8 are
correct.
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Section 5
Viewing Image
Method A > Access Camera from SkyIPCam Utility
Step 5.1A Open Airlink101 SkyIPCam Utility, select the camera you wish to
connect to and click on Link button. Go to Step 5.3.
Method B > Access Camera from Web Browser
Step 5.1B If you assigned a static IP address for your camera (at Step 4.6),
you may open the Web Browser on your computer.
Step 5.2B Type the IP address of your camera in the Address bar, and
press Enter.
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Step 5.3 Enter administrator’s username and password of the camera, then
click OK. The default username and password are both “admin” if you did
not make any change to it at Step 4.5.
Step 5.4 Internet Explorer User: If this is the first time for your computer to
view image from the web configuration page, you will be prompted to install
the ActiveX Control. Click on the bar on top of the screen and click on Run
Add-on or Install ActiveX Control (depends on different IE versions).
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Step 5.5 Click on Run, then you will be able to view the image.
Note If you are using Mozilla Firefox or Safari and you are not able to view
any image, please make sure you have Java and Quick Time add-ons
installed.
Step 5.6 To get a clear view of images, you can simply rotate the camera’s
lens clockwise or counter-clockwise to adjust the focus.
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Section 6
Technical Support
E-mail: [email protected]
Toll Free: 1-888-746-3238
Website: www.airlink101.com
* AIC1620W supports most of the mobile devices, but compatibility with every mobile device is
not guaranteed.
** Monitoring multiple cameras simultaneously demands high performance computer system.
*** Theoretical maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11 specifications.
Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including
volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, mix of wireless products used,
radio frequency interference (e.g., cordless telephones and microwaves) as well as network
overhead lower actual data throughput rate. Compatibility with 802.11n devices from other
manufactures is not guaranteed. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Photo of
product may not reflect actual content. All products and trademarks are the property of their
respective owners. Copyright ©2011 Airlink101®
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