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XNET Network Dome Camera Install Guide
XNET Network Dome Camera Install Guide
( IDP4030VR , IVP4030VR )
Ver. 1.0 (090905)
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XNET Network Dome Camera Install Guide
About this Manual
A compatibility and durability test ensured this product’s high performance.
This manual is for XNET Network Dome Camera users only, and it describes operations
related to XNET Network Dome Camera.
Please read this manual thoroughly paying attention to cautions and warnings before
using the product even if you have used similar products before.
Important Notices
The copyright of this manual is owned by CNB Technology Inc.
It is illegal to copy and distribute this manual without permission.
Damages caused by use of parts not recommended and by misuse will not be
applicable for support.
Contact the store or the manufacturer immediately if (you think) there is any
problem with the product.
Contact the store or the manufacturer before disassembling the product for
alteration or repair.
XNET is a trademark of CNB Technology Inc.
This product complies for CE (Europe) and FCC (USA) regulations for
industrial/home use electrical device.
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XNET Network Dome Camera Install Guide
Index
1. About XNET ....................................................................................................................................4
1.1. About XNET ............................................................................................................................4
1.2. Features of XNET....................................................................................................................4
1.3. Applications ............................................................................................................................4
2. About the Product .........................................................................................................................5
2.1. Contents .................................................................................................................................5
2.2. Product Information ...............................................................................................................5
2.3. Hardware Designation ............................................................................................................6
2.3.1. Switch and Controls ...................................................................................................6
2.3.2 Connecting Cables .......................................................................................................7
2.3.3 Connecting to Alarm Devices ......................................................................................8
3. Software Installation ......................................................................................................................9
3.1. Installing XNET .......................................................................................................................9
3.1.1. Installation .................................................................................................................9
3.1.2. Cable Connection ..................................................................................................... 10
3.2. Installing IP-Installer Software and Configuring IP address ................................................. 11
3.2.1. About IP-Installer ..................................................................................................... 11
3.2.2. Configuring IP Address ............................................................................................ 11
4. Using Web Viewer ........................................................................................................................ 13
4.1. Logging In ............................................................................................................................ 13
4.2. Web Viewer Page ................................................................................................................. 14
5. Specification ................................................................................................................................. 15
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1. About XNET
1.1. About XNET
XNET is an internet based security and surveillance system that is compatible with various network conditions
through easy installation and user interface as well as multi-functional compressor Codec such as MJPEG,
MPEG-4, and H.264. XNET provides stable real-time surveillance by real time video/ audio at SXGA level, local
storage for any network problems, and hybrid IP technology that can be used with existing analog CCTV
devices.
1.2. Features of XNET
Most advanced Video/ Audio compression technology (MJPEG/MPEG-4/H.264, ADPCM/G726)
Progressive technology - Progressive scan makes the image sharp and clear without ghost effect.
Hybrid IP Technology - CCTV analog video output can be used for existing analog CCTV devices.
Transmission of Multi-Codec stream - Live video signal can be compressed to MJPEG or MPEG-4 (or H.264)
and sent to meet various applications of network or user.
2-way Audio Communication (Bi-directional voice communication between Client’s PC and XNET)
Smart Event feature - On the top of motion detection and sensor/alarm feature, pre- and post- alarm
feature allows automated surveillance without an attendant’s monitoring.
Install/ Operation Wizard - Install/ Operation Wizard not only makes it easy for installers and users, but
also offers a unified installation setup for massive scale installations.
Up to 3 motion detection areas
Motion Detection – Alarm output and Video/ Audio data transmission to FTP site or e-mail upon detecting a
motion.
Supports Various resolutions - SXGA (1280x960), XGA (1024x768), VGA (640x480), CIF (320x240)
Remote Control over the network for software upgrade
1.3. Applications
Surveillance (Building, store, factory, parking lot, financial institutions, government buildings,
military
facilities, etc.)
Remote video monitoring (Hospital, kindergarten, traffic monitoring, remote branch office, weather,
environment preservation, and illegal disposal of trash, etc.)
Real time broadcasting over the internet (Resort facility, parties, festivals, etc), remote business meetings,
and educational trainings, etc.
2. About the Product
2.1. Contents
Please make sure the following contents are included when you open the package.
Contents
XNET
AC Power Cable
Terminal
CD
Description
Additional info.
XNET Network Dome Camera
2Jack Cable
Terminal for Alarm and Audio
Software and User’s manual
2.2. Product Information
XNET
(IxP4030VR)
Network Dome Camera
Install CD
IP-Installer
Viewer Program
(XNET-NVR)
A software that monitors and
A software that assigns an IP records Audio and Video signal from
address to the product
the device (supports up to 16
channels)
2.3. Hardware Designation
2.3.1. Switch and Controls
This shows Camera module inside the dome cover.
Alarm Input/Output
Mic/Audio Input
Audio Output
FAN
Analog Video Output
Network
Power Terminal
Zoom Adjust
Factory Reset button
Recalls factory default
configurations
Focus Adjust
CDS Sensor
IR LED
This CDS Sensor detects Low Light (night) and turns on
IR LEDs.
Factory Reset
Press and hold for more than 3 seconds while power is on to recall factory default settings
Adjusting Lens
Zoom Adjust: Adjust Zoom using the knob.
Focus Adjust: Adjust Focus using the knob.
2.3.2 Connecting Cables
Power
Supplies Power to the Xnet product. Use 12V DC Adapter in the package.
Do not use this connector when powering up the product through LAN
cable. (PoE) The product is not covered under warranty when it is
damaged by connecting both Ethernet power and 12V DC power to this
terminal.
To 12VDC Power Adapter
Analog Video Output
Use this output to monitor the analog video signal while installing.
(Select Video Out at menu screen to enable this output)
Audio Connection Terminal
- Alarm Sensor In (+)
- Alarm Sensor In (-)
- Alarm Output
- Alarm Output COMMMON
Alarm Terminal
- MIC/ Line In)
- GND
- Line Out
- GND
Audio Connection
MIC/Line In (Mono)
Connects to auxiliary Audio Device or microphone.
Line Out (mono)
Audio signal output to a Power Amplified device or Speaker. This can be used to listen to the audio
signal sent from a remote PC for Bi-directional Audio communication.
ALARM IN/OUT
Connect to Alarm Input and Output
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Sensor Input : Wires from various sensor type (IR, heat, and magnetic) can be connected.
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Relay Output : Connect to an external Alarm device that operates by a relay such as Siren
Lamp or Alarm Light.
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Please refer to “2.3.3 Connecting to Alarm devices” for Sensor and Relay connection.
Network Terminal
This Ethernet terminal connects to 100Mbps LAN through an RJ-45 connector. When optional PoE is used,
the power will be supplied from the Network Cable.
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Link LED
Yellow light indicates that the network is properly connected.
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Act LED
Green light indicates that the XNET system connected to 100Mbps LAN. This green lamp will blink if
the system receives data.
2.3.3 Connecting to Alarm Devices
Alarm Input
Wires from various sensor type (IR, heat, and magnetic) can be connected to Alarm in (+)/ (-) terminal
as shown in figure 2.5. (NC or NO of sensor input can be selected at Menu screen.)
Alarm Sensor device requires a separate power source.
Internal Circuitry
External Circuitry
Alarm Output
This terminal can only be connected up to AC 30V/400mA or DC 30V/400mA. An additional relay device
has to be used to control higher voltage or current.
Internal Circuitry
External Circuitry
3.Software Installation
This section provides brief guidelines to install the XNET quickly and to monitor XNET’s Video and Audio
signals easily.
If you have questions about details not explained in this section or if the product is not
functioning as described, please refer to FAQ before contacting the store.
Our homepage is http://www.cnbtec.com.
3.1. Installing XNET
3.1.1. Installation
Mount the Camera to a ceiling or a wall. Make sure the base is firm enough to hold the Camera.
IDP4000VR Model
IVP4000VR Model
Adjust the position, zoom, and focus as shown below:
TILT : 90˚
FOCUS
Horizontal
ZOOM
Rotation : 360˚
PAN : 360˚
3.
3.1.2. Cable Connection
1.A PC or a laptop computer is required to set up an IP address.
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Compatible operating system: Windows 2000/ Windows XP/ Windows Vista
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Since the default IP address of the device is 192.168.123.100, set up the IP address of the
computer like the following:
IP Address : 192.168.123.101 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
2.Connect LAN cable to the Network Terminal of the product.( Use a crossover cable when connecting it
directly to a PC, and use a direct cable when connecting it to a HUB)
NETWORK HUB
COMPUTER
Direct Network
Cable
COMPUTER
Crossover
Network Cable
3.Connect the camera to the power.
4.Use the Alarm Sensor/ output and audio terminal if necessary.
3.2. Installing IP-Installer Software and Configuring IP address
3.2.1. About IP-Installer
A unique IP address has to be configured in order to connect network camera and monitoring PC to a
network. IP-Installer software provided in the Installation CD (included in the package and also available to
download from our website http://www.cnbtec.com) will configure IP address easily. If your network have
a DHCP server that automatically assigns IP addresses to network cameras. If your network does not have a
DHCP server, the default IP address of the device is 192.168.123.100. Refer to IP Installer user’s manual for
detail.
3.2.2. Configuring IP Address
A. The following box will appear when you start the IP-installer software.
Figure 3-2. IP Installer Start box
B. Select the camera of which you wish to change the IP address and click
(Set IP Address)
button to bring up the following box in Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3. IP Address box
C. When you enter the IP address and click Set button, the box shown in Figure 3-4 will appear.
Figure 3-4. Select Network Adapter Box
D. Select the adapter and click select button to change the IP address of the camera.
4.Using Web Viewer
Connecting to network devices can be done using internet web browser or “XNET-CMS” software. This guide
explains about using internet web browser only. For instructions on how to configure network connection
using XNET-CMS software, please refer to XNET-CMS Manual, which can be found in the installation CD.
4.1. Logging In
Enter the IP address of the device on the address bar of your web browser and press enter key. Then the
following webpage will appear:
Figure 4-1 Log-in Box
Enter the user name and password to bring up the web viewer page. The default id and password is
“root”, “admin” respectively. If you want to use a different HTTP port number from the default value,
simply put a colon and port number at the end of the IP address. (For example, enter the following
address when changing the port to 8080: http://192.168.123.100:8080)
<Address format for accessing as an administrator>
(When using default IP address and port number)
(When IP address and port number changed)
http://192.168.123.100
http://IP address: new port number
For security purpose, it is recommended to change the administrator’s id and password from
their default values. Please be careful not to forget them or expose them to others. Please refer
to [Web Viewer Manual] for detail.
If you forget the administrator’s password, “Factory Reset” is the only way to regain
access. However, since this will retrieve all default settings, you need to configure
the network settings using IP installer software again.
4.2. Web Viewer Page
Web viewer page consists of Video monitor screen and menu option buttons.
Figure 4-2 Web Viewer Page
Item
Sub Item
Capture
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Description
Captures and saves the current image as a still picture.
The image is saved as jpeg file in the following folder: C:₩xNetCapture
Brings up Menu screen.
Setting
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Setup page for each XNET feature can be opened from this Menu screen.
Please refer to [XNET Owner’s Manual] for detail.
Opens up Motion Detection page.
Motion
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You can add or delete areas for detecting motion in this page.
Please refer to [XNET Owner’s Manual] for detail.
Opens up Multi View page.
Multi View
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You can view videos from cameras that are programmed in Multi Video
Player setup page.
Please refer to [XNET Owner’s Manual] for detail.
Main Stream
When this box is checked, Main Stream Video is displayed.
When this box is checked, Sub Stream Video is displayed.
Live View
Sub Stream
Dual-Codec needs to be enabled in Video Setup Page in order for Sub
Stream to be displayed.
Please refer to [XNET Owner’s Manual] for detail.
5.Specification
IDP4030VR/IVP4030VR
Camera
Specifications
Signal System
Progressive Image processing
Scanning System
4:3 Progressive
Pixel Clock
48 MHz
Scanning Frequency (H)
26 KHz(NTSC) / 27 KHz (PAL)
Scanning Frequency (V)
24 Hz (NTSC) / 25 Hz(PAL)
Image Sensor
Progressive CMOS Sensor
Sync. System
Internal
Total Pixel Number
2103 (H) X 1559 (V)
Effective Pixel Number
1280 (H) X 960 (V)
Horizontal Resolution
800 TV Lines
Video Output Level
Select NTSC/PAL 1.0Vp.p (BNC 75, composite)
Lens(Mega-Pixel)
Built-in DC Iris Vari-focal Lens, f=3 ~ 9mm, F 1.2
Min. Illumination
1 Lux, 0 Lux(IR LED)
IR LED
IR On(3 Lux) / IR Off(7 Lux)
* VGA/CIF Mode Only
System
Back Light Compensation
On/Off
White Balance
Auto/Manual
Exposure Control
Auto/Manual
Day & Night
Auto/Manual
Functions
B/W, Flickerless
Electronic Shutter Speed
NTSC : 1/6 ~ 1/600(13 Step), PAL : 1/6 ~ 1/500 (13 Step)
Main Processors
32bit Embedded CPU with Linux
System Memory
NAND Flash Memory : 64MB, DDR Memory : 128MB
Video/Audio
SXGA / XGA : MJPEG
Compression
VGA : MJEPG / MPEG4 / H.264
Frame rate
SXGA / XGA / VGA / CIF : 24 fps
Resolution
SXGA (1280 x 960), XGA ( 1024 x 768), VGA (640 x 480), CIF (320 x 240)
SXGA / XGA : MJPEG Single mode, VGA : Dual Capable
Video streaming
Constant and variable bit rate in MPEG4 or H264
Controllable frame rate and bandwidth
Network
Image settings
Compression level setting
Configurable Brightness, Sharpness, White Balance
Audio
Two-way(full duplex / ADPCM G.726)
Protocol
IPv4, TCP, UDP, RTSP, RTCP, RTP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, UPnP,
Bonjour, DNS, DynDNS, IGMP, SAP, ICMP, ARP
Supported DDNS
Video access
browser
Security
Alarm and Event
Management
CNB DDNS, DyncDDNS.org, Reference code with SDK
from
Web
LAN Interface
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T ( RJ-45 Type)
Support PoE
Standard IEEE 802.3af supported(Optional)
Access level setup
Multiple user access levels with password protection
Network Security
IP Filtering
Image detection
Motion Detection(Select 3 Regions – each area)
Sensor detection
Sensor In, Scheduling, Alarm out
After Event process
JPEG Image upload over FTP server / SMTP (E-mail Server)
Local storage
Pre / Post alarm
Applications
Camera live view for up to 10 clients
Browser
JPEG Image write to Internal memory : Max 32MB
Detail time-set : Max Pre alarm 5 sec/ Post alarm 8 sec
Local storage(Internal memory : JPEG)
Internet Explorer Ver. 6.0 or later
Web Viewer(Window Web Browser Base)
Live view for up to 10 user clients
Monitoring Applications
Video Snapshot & recording to file (JPEG, Stream data)
XNVR Viewer and Utility(IP-Installer, ETC)
Maintenance
System upgrade
Firmware upgrade over HTTP
Mechanical
Pan/Tilt/Horizontal
3-Axis bracket makes 3D rotation
Operation Temperature
-10℃ ~ 50℃(Day mode), -10℃ ~ 40℃(Night mode - IR LED ON),
Power
12VDC, Max 7W
Dimensions / Weight(Net)
92(Ø) mm
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