Quasar CM4221-01 Installation guide

Quasar CM4221-01 Installation guide
CM-4221 Installation Manual
Quasar CM-4221
Series Mini-Dome
Camera User and
Installation Guide
Installation and configuration instructions
for the CM-4221 Series IP Mini-dome
Camera
 CM-4221-00 Indoor camera with
varifocal lens
 CM-4221-01 Outdoor camera with
varifocal lens
 CM-4221-10 Indoor camera with
motorized lens
 CM-4221-10-I Indoor camera with
motorized lens and infrared LED
illuminator
 CM-4221-11 Outdoor camera with
motorized lens
 CM-4221-11-I Outdoor camera with
motorized lens and infrared LED
illuminator
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organizations.
Copyright © 2012, DVTel Inc., All Rights Reserved.
CM-4221 Installation Manual
Contents
Contents ................................................................................................................................. i
1
Overview ................................................................................................................ 1
1.1
Features ................................................................................................................... 1
1.2
Package Contents .................................................................................................... 2
2
Introduction to the CM-4221 Series IP Mini-dome Camera ................................ 3
2.1
CM-4221-00 Indoor Varifocal Camera Dimensions .................................................. 3
2.2
CM-4221-01 Outdoor Varifocal Camera Dimensions ............................................... 4
2.3
CM-4221-10/10-I/11/11-I Indoor and Outdoor Motorized Camera Dimensions ........ 5
2.4
Camera Connectors ................................................................................................. 6
3
System Requirements ........................................................................................... 7
4
Installation ............................................................................................................. 8
4.1
Indoor Installation ..................................................................................................... 8
4.2
Outdoor Installation .................................................................................................. 8
4.3
Power and Ethernet Cable Connection .................................................................... 9
4.4
Initial Camera Configuration................................................................................... 10
4.5
Remove the Base Plate ......................................................................................... 11
4.6
Mounting Instructions ............................................................................................. 12
4.6.1 Mounting the CM-4221-00, CM-4221-10, or CM-4221-10-I Indoor Camera ..... 12
4.6.2 Mounting the CM-4221-01, CM-4221-11, or CM-4221-11-I Outdoor Camera .. 15
4.7
Adjusting and Framing-Up the Camera View ......................................................... 18
5
Searching and Accessing the Camera with Device Search ............................. 20
6
Configuration and Operation .............................................................................. 26
6.1
Browser-Based Viewer Introduction ....................................................................... 27
6.2
Home Page ............................................................................................................ 29
6.2.1 CM-4221-00/01 Varifocal Camera Home Page ................................................ 29
6.2.2 CM-4221-10/10-I/11/11-I Motorized Camera Home Page ................................ 31
6.3
System-Related Settings ....................................................................................... 34
6.3.1 Host Name and System Time Setting ............................................................... 35
6.3.2 Security............................................................................................................. 37
6.3.2.1 User ........................................................................................................... 38
6.3.2.2 HTTPS ....................................................................................................... 41
6.3.2.3 IP Filter....................................................................................................... 48
6.3.2.4 IEEE 802.1X .............................................................................................. 49
6.3.3 Network ............................................................................................................ 51
6.3.3.1 Basic .......................................................................................................... 52
6.3.3.2 QoS ............................................................................................................ 56
6.3.3.3 SNMP Settings ........................................................................................... 57
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6.3.3.4 UPnP.......................................................................................................... 59
6.3.4 DDNS ............................................................................................................... 61
6.3.5 Mail ................................................................................................................... 63
6.3.6 FTP ................................................................................................................... 64
6.3.7 HTTP ................................................................................................................ 65
6.3.8 Application ........................................................................................................ 66
6.3.9 Motion Detection ............................................................................................... 74
6.3.10
Network Failure Detection ............................................................................. 78
6.3.11
Tampering Alarm ........................................................................................... 80
6.3.12
Storage Management .................................................................................... 84
6.3.13
Recording ...................................................................................................... 87
6.3.14
File Location .................................................................................................. 88
6.3.15
Iris Adjustment............................................................................................... 89
6.3.16
View Information............................................................................................ 90
6.3.16.1 View Log File ............................................................................................. 91
6.3.16.2 User Information ........................................................................................ 92
6.3.16.3 View Parameters ....................................................................................... 94
6.3.17
Factory Default .............................................................................................. 95
6.3.18
Software Version ........................................................................................... 97
6.3.19
Software Upgrade ......................................................................................... 98
6.3.20
Maintenance ................................................................................................ 101
6.4
Video and Audio Streaming Settings ................................................................... 103
6.4.1 Video Resolution and Rotate Type ................................................................. 104
6.4.1.1 NTSC System Settings ............................................................................ 105
6.4.1.2 PAL System Settings ................................................................................ 108
6.4.2 Video Compression ........................................................................................ 114
6.4.3 Video OCX Protocol ....................................................................................... 117
6.4.4 Video Frame Rate .......................................................................................... 118
6.4.5 Audio Mode and Bit Rate Settings .................................................................. 121
6.5
Camera Settings .................................................................................................. 123
6.5.1 Exposure Setting ............................................................................................ 124
6.5.2 White Balance Setting .................................................................................... 125
6.5.3 Picture Adjustment ......................................................................................... 126
6.5.4 Backlight ......................................................................................................... 127
6.5.5 Digital Zoom ................................................................................................... 128
6.5.6 IR Function ..................................................................................................... 128
6.5.7 WDR Function ................................................................................................ 129
6.5.8 Noise Reduction ............................................................................................. 129
6.5.9 TV System ...................................................................................................... 130
6.6
Logout .................................................................................................................. 130
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Appendix ............................................................................................................ 132
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Appendix A: Technical Specifications .................................................................. 133
Appendix B: Internet Security Settings ................................................................. 136
Appendix C: Install UPnP Components ............................................................... 140
Appendix D: Deleting the Existing DC Viewer ...................................................... 143
Appendix E: Deleting Temporary Internet Files .................................................... 144
Appendix F: Contacting DVTel ............................................................................. 146
Appendix G: Accessories ..................................................................................... 147
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Overview
The Quasar CM-4221 Series IP Mini-dome Camera provides real-time, Full HD H.264 multistreaming with the highest quality image. Its compact, sophisticated mechanical design and
snap-in camera chassis facilitate easy installation.
The CM-4221 series includes the following models (collectively referred to as CM-4221-xx):






CM-4221-00 Indoor Camera with varifocal lens
CM-4221-01 Outdoor Camera with varifocal lens
CM-4221-10 Indoor Camera with motorized lens
CM-4221-10-I Indoor Camera with motorized lens and infrared IR illuminator
CM-4221-11 Outdoor Camera with motorized lens
CM-4221-11-I Outdoor Camera with motorized lens and infrared IR illuminator
Important: If you are using DVTel Latitude, we recommend that you configure the
camera’s settings via the AdminCenter. This is because the camera’s web-based
interface might be overwritten by Latitude settings. Refer to the Latitude online help
for information regarding configuring camera settings.
1.1 Features
Following are key features of the CM-4221-xx cameras:
 H.264 and MJPEG compression
 HTTP streaming MJPEG
 Progressive scan CMOS sensor
 Edge motion detection
 Motion detection with region of
interest masking
 Historical motion-detection levels
detected /recorded at frame levels.
 Detection event driven alarms
 Alarm input driven events
 Relay output actions on alarm
 Built-in web application/web
server
 FTP upload (up to two
locations)
 Upload alarm images to FTP
 Dual HTTP notification server
support (up to two servers)
 Send images on alarm to email
 E-Mail SMTP alarm notification (up to
two e-mails)
 Micro SD recording support
 Record snapshots to SD card
on alarm
 Sequential snapshot numbering
 SNMP v1/v2 and SNMP traps
 Security IP restricted access
allow/deny list
 UPnP support
 Electronic day/night (ICR)
 Analog video output
 Full-time BNC analog output
 Privacy masks
 WDR and ATW
 3DNR image noise reduction
 ONVIF support
 RTSP support
 Supports PoE /12VDC/24VAC
 Multiple users
 Group permissions
 Per-user permissions
 Tampering detection and
notification
 Two encoder streams
available
 Low-lux mode and backlight
compensation
 Vandal-proof IP66 enclosure
 Motorized lens
 Infrared LED illuminator
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(CM-4221-01/11/11-I)
(CM-4221-10/11/11-I)
(CM-4221-10-I/11-I)
NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
1.2 Package Contents
Check that the package contains the items listed below.
Indoor and Outdoor Camera Package Contents
DC jack cable
Mini-dome camera
Star-bit tool (Torx wrench)
Power terminal block
Self-tapping screws
(×4)
Plastic screw anchors
(×4)
2
Rubber washers (×6)
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CD
(Bundled software and
documentation)
2
Quick-start guide
Introduction to the CM-4221 Series IP
Mini-dome Camera
This chapter provides the camera dimensions for reference before installation. Definition of
each connector on the camera’s PCB board is also specified.
Related Links
CM-4221-00 Camera Dimensions
CM-4221-01 Camera Dimensions
CM-4221-10, CM-4221-10-I, CM-4221-11, and CM-4221-11-I Camera Dimensions
Camera Connectors
Appendix A: Technical Specifications
2.1 CM-4221-00 Indoor Vari-focal Camera
Dimensions
The CM-4221-00 IP Indoor Mini-dome Camera’s dimensions are shown below.
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2.2 CM-4221-01 Outdoor Vari-focal Camera
Dimensions
The CM-4221-01 Vari-focal IP Outdoor Mini-dome Camera’s dimensions are shown below.
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Top View
Side View
2.3 CM-4221-10/10-I/11/11-I Indoor and
Outdoor Motorized Camera Dimensions
The CM-4221-10, CM-4221-10-I, CM-4221-11, and CM-4221-11-I Indoor and Outdoor
Motorized IP Mini-dome Camera dimensions are shown below.
Top View
Side View
Related Link
Appendix A: Technical Specifications
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2.4 Camera Connectors
The diagram below shows the CM-4221-xx’s reset button and various connectors. Definition
for each connector is given as follows.
Connector
Pin No.
Definition
Remarks
Reset Button
-
Restore to factory default
BNC
-
Analog Video Output
1
GND (Input-)
2
Input+
3
Output-
4
Output+
1
Output (L)
2
Output (R)
3
GND
4
Input
1
Power
2
Reserved
3
GND
1
Power-1
2
Earth GND
3
Power-2
Alarm I/O
Audio I/O
12VDC
Power
24VAC
6
Alarm connection
Two-way audio
transmission
Power connection
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RJ-45
3
-
10/100 Mbps Ethernet/PoE
System Requirements
To access the camera via a web browser, ensure that your PC has the proper network
connection and meets system requirements as described below.
Items
System Requirement
Personal Computer
Intel® Pentium® M, 2.16GHz or Intel® CoreTM2 Duo, 2.0GHz,
2GB RAM or more
Operating System
Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7
Web Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Firefox
Chrome
Safari
Network Card
10Base-T (10 Mbps) or 100Base-TX (100 Mbps) operation
Viewer
ActiveX control plug-in for Microsoft IE
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Installation
Following are instructions for indoor and outdoor installation of the CM-4221 series cameras.
4.1 Indoor Installation
Read the instructions provided in this chapter thoroughly before installing the CM-4221-00,
CM-4221-10, or CM-4221-10-I. Following are additional considerations for indoor
installation:

There must be a fuse or breaker at the starting point of the electrical wiring
infrastructure.

For indoor installations, such as industrial applications, the camera must be
protected from elements such as damaging fumes, metallic dust, extreme
temperatures, soot, moisture, over spray, etc.

Do not place the camera on or near radiators and heat sources.

All electrical work must be performed in accordance with local regulatory
requirements.
4.2 Outdoor Installation
Read the instructions provided in this chapter thoroughly before installing the CM-4221-01,
CM-4221-11, or CM-4221-11-I camera. Following are additional considerations for outdoor
installation:

For outside wiring installation, always use weatherproof equipment, such as
boxes, receptacles, connectors, etc.

For electrical wiring, use the properly rated sheathed cables for conditions to
which the cable will be exposed (for example, moisture, heat, UV, physical
requirements, etc.).

Plan ahead to determine where to install infrastructure weatherproof equipment.
Whenever possible, ground components to an outdoor ground.

Use best security practices to design and maintain secured camera access,
communications infrastructure, tamper-proof outdoor boxes, etc.

All electrical work must be performed in accordance with local regulatory
requirements.
Related Links
Power and Ethernet Cable Connection
Initial Camera Configuration
Remove the Base Plate
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Mounting the CM-4221-00, CM-4221-10, or CM-4221-10-I IP Indoor Mini-dome Camera
Mounting the CM-4221-01, CM-4221-11, or CM-4221-11-I IP Outdoor Mini-dome Camera
Adjusting and Framing Up the Camera View
4.3 Power and Ethernet Cable Connection
Power Connection
Make sure the camera’s power cable is properly connected. Refer to the pin definition table in
Camera Connectors. If using Power over Ethernet (PoE), make sure Power Sourcing
Equipment (PSE) is available on the connected network. All electrical work must be
performed in accordance with local regulatory requirements.
Ethernet Cable Connection
Use of Category 5 Ethernet cable is recommended for network connection. For best
transmission quality, cable length should not exceed 100 meters (328 feet). Connect one
end of the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector of the CM-4221-xx camera and the other
end to the network switch or PC.
NOTE: You can use an Ethernet crossover cable to connect the CM-4221-xx directly
to a PC.
Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs. If the LEDs are unlit, check
the LAN connection.
AUTO
IRIS
The green Link LED indicates a good network connection.
The orange Activity LED flashes to indicate network activity.
DC12V
RESET
NETWORK
LINE
OUT
VIDEO
DC
9
1 2 3 4
LINE IN
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4.4 Initial Camera Configuration
To perform the initial camera configuration:
1.) Using the supplied star-bit tool, unscrew the mini-dome cover, and remove it.
2.) Plug the CAT5 cable into the camera’s Ethernet port. If the network doesn’t
provide PoE 802.3af, wire a properly rated 12VDC/24VAC power supply into the
terminal-block plug and plug it into the power terminals. See polarity noted in HD
Series Connections image.
3.) Do one of the following:
 Copy and run the DeviceSearch.exe from the included CD.
 From the Latitude Sidebar, run the Unified Configurator by selecting
Applications  Device Configuration Tool and then on the Unified
Configurator screen, click DVTel HD Series.
4.) In the DeviceSearch application, click Device Search and do the following:
a.) In the search results, click on the camera to select it.
b.) Right-click and select from the shortcut menu Network Setup.
c.) In the dialog that appears, select Static IP.
d.) Enter the IP Address, Gateway and Netmask (network mask) as needed
and click OK.
5.) Disconnect the Ethernet cable and, if you are using a power supply, turn off the
power to the power supply and unplug it. The camera is ready for deployment in a
site installation (mounting).
Note: The camera can be connected to a PC for bench installation via an Ethernet
cross-cable.
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Note: The camera default IP Address is 192.168.0.250 and default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0.
Tip: A camera setup adapter, such as Veracity Pinpoint, can be used to connect a
laptop directly to the camera when using PoE.
4.5 Remove the Base Plate
1.) If you have not already removed the mini-dome cover, unscrew and remove it
using the star-bit tool supplied with the camera.
2.) Press the sides of the inner cover inward and remove the cover.
3.) Unscrew the module-fastening screw.
Caution: The CM-4221-00 is an indoor CM camera and should be kept in a clean
and dry indoor environment. Operating temperature should be maintained within
-10°C~50°C. Operating humidity is 10% to 90% (non-condensing). The camera
should be kept dry, free from water condensation, dust, dirt, and smoke.
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4.) Press in the camera module flanges to unsnap the camera module from the base
plate.
ModuleFlanges
4.6 Mounting Instructions
Following are mounting instructions for the CM-4221 series cameras.
4.6.1.1.1 IR Camera (CM4221-10-I & CM4221-11-I) Mounting Tips
To eliminate the IR reflection it is mostly recommended to apply the following steps:
1. Clean the bubble from dirt and finger prints.
2. Make sure the bubble has no scratches.
3. Fasten the screw that secures the snap-in chassis in order to have the rubber sealed
against the bubble
4. Avoid aiming the IR where there are nearby objects closer than the scene of interest
which might reflect back into the lens.
4.6.1.1.2 Mounting the CM-4221-00, CM-4221-10, or CM-4221-10I Indoor Camera

1.) Do one of the following:
For drilled wall or ceiling mounting:
a.) Use a pointed pencil and the base plate as a template to mark the mounting
surface through the plate holes where the four screw holes will need to be
drilled.
Important: Before marking and drilling the holes, ensure that the base plate
alignment is oriented correctly so that the required camera field of view can be
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achieved when the system is assembled.
b.) In the marked locations, drill each hole using a drill-bit of a slightly smaller
diameter than the supplied screw anchors (molly-plug anchor). You want to
achieve a snug insertion so that the plug expansion holds firm after the screws
are screwed in.
c.) Fully insert the supplied anchors into drilled holes. You may need to tap them
flush with the wall using a finishing hammer.

For installing on a 4S recessed electrical box:
a.) Have a qualified installer (check your local electrical codes) rough-in the 4S
recessed electrical box and run the wires and power (if not PoE) through the
wall/conduits to the box location.
b.) Ensure that the box is sufficiently sturdy (attach to the wall stud, ceiling joist,
or reinforced surface as needed) to securely hold the weight of the camera.

For bracket, pole and pendant installations:
o
Follow the hanging device installation instructions.
2.) If running the cables through the back, thread the power and Ethernet cables and
any other wires (such as a relay output, alarm input, audio in, or audio out)
through the back wire entry. If you are not wiring from within the wall, you can
run the wires through the slot on the side of the mini-dome. Punch out the half
circle slot and run the wires through this slot.
Tip: Even if you are not using alarm inputs and audio input/output at the time of
installation, you may want to consider pre-wiring these connections for future use.
NOTE: The power cable is not required if using PoE.
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3.) Thread the wires through the base plate and screw it to the predrilled wall, ceiling,
CM Series Mini-dome Recessed Mount, CM Series Mini Mini-dome Corner Mount, or
4S electrical box. Check that the installation is not flimsy, will not wobble, and is
flush with the mounting surface.
Tip: Use shims for shoring up mounts on uneven surfaces.
4.) Snap the camera module back on the base plate with the wiring threaded through
the gap at the module base and then screw in the module-fastening screw.
5.) Plug the CAT5 cable into the camera Ethernet port and, if needed, plug the power
terminal block into the power terminals.
6.) If applicable, wire the Alarm In, Alarm Out, Audio In, and Audio Out terminal
blocks to external devices.
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7.) If needed, connect the other end of the CAT5 cable to the network and turn on the
power from the power supply.
Note: Do not reassemble the camera’s inner cover and mini-dome cover until after
hardware configurations and lens adjustments are made.
4.6.2
Mounting the CM-4221-01, CM-4221-11, or CM-422111-I Outdoor Camera

1.) Do one of the following:
For drilled wall or ceiling mounting:
a.) Use a pointed pencil and the base as a template to mark the mounting surface
through the plate holes where the four screw holes need to be drilled.
Important: Before marking and drilling the holes, ensure that the base plate
alignment is oriented correctly so that the required camera field of view can be
achieved when the system is assembled.
b.) In the marked locations, drill each hole using a drill-bit of a slightly smaller
diameter than the supplied screw anchors (molly-plug anchor). You want to
achieve a snug insertion so that the plug expansion holds firm after the screws
are screwed in.
c.) Fully insert the supplied anchors into drilled holes. You may need to tap them
flush with the wall using a finishing hammer.

For installing on a 4S recessed electrical box:
a.) Have a qualified installer (check your local electrical codes) rough-in the 4S
recessed electrical box and run the wires and power (if not PoE) through the
wall/conduits to the box location.
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b.) Ensure that the box is sufficiently sturdy (attach to the wall stud, ceiling joist,
or reinforced surface as needed) to securely hold the weight of the camera.

For bracket, pole and pendant installations:
o
Follow the hanging device installation instructions.
2.) Thread the power and Ethernet cables and any other wires (such as a relay
output, alarm input, audio in, or audio out) through the wire entry. If you are not
wiring from within the wall, you can run the wires through the cable entry hole on
the side of the dome. If needed, you may need to unscrew the disk from the cable
entry hole and screw it into the alternate unused conduit cable entry hole in order
to seal it.
Tip: Even if you are not using alarm inputs and audio input/output at the time of
installation, you may want to consider pre-wiring these connections for future use.
NOTE: The power cable is not required if using PoE.
3.) Thread the wires through the base and screw it to the predrilled wall, ceiling, CM
Series Mini Dome Recessed Mount, CM Series Mini Dome Corner Mount, or 4S
electrical box. Check that the installation is not flimsy, will not wobble, and is flush
with the mounting surface.
Tip: Use shims for shoring up mounts on uneven surfaces.
4.) Snap the camera module back on the base with the wiring threaded through the
gap at the module base and then screw in the module-fastening screw.
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5.) Plug the CAT5 cable into the camera’s Ethernet port and, if needed, plug the
power terminal block into the power terminals.
6.) If applicable, wire the Alarm In, Alarm Out, Audio In, and Audio Out terminal
blocks to external devices.
HD Series Connections
7.) If needed, connect the other end of the CAT5 cable to the network and turn on the
power from the power supply.
Note: Do not reassemble the camera’s inner cover and dome cover until after
hardware configurations and lens adjustments are made.
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4.7 Adjusting and Framing-Up the Camera View
Once you have the camera attached to the network and running, you need to frame up the
scene and adjust the camera settings to optimize the picture for your individual scenes. If
you are using Latitude, you may consider scheduling different settings for changing ambient
conditions throughout the day, week, month or seasons.
To adjust and frame-up the camera view:
1.) In the DeviceSearch application, click Device Search and in the results click to
select the camera, right-click to open the shortcut menu, and select Browse, or
enter the camera’s IP address as a URL in a web browser.
2.) When the Internet browser connects to the camera and prompts for login, do the
following:
a.) Log in using the default user name “Admin” and password “1234”.
b.) Allow the ActiveX to download and choose to install the DVTel Web Player.
3.) On the camera, loosen the screw on the tensioning collar of the camera tilt axis.
Tension screw
4.) On the camera, adjust the camera rotation, pan, and tilt angles as required for the
desired view of the scene. When finished, retighten the tilt-arm tension screw.
Caution: To prevent camera damage, do not over extend the tilt range beyond -10°
to 90°.
Tip: To view greater image detail for more accurate high-definition focusing, on the
Web Base Viewer homepage, click
and use the full screen view for checking
adjustments.
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IMPORTANT: Best focusing results can be achieved when the lens iris is fully open
(such as at night in low light). This prevents loss of sharpness if light levels are
reduced at night.
To achieve this during the day, in the Web Base Viewer go to the Camera 
Exposure screen and select from the Exposure Setting menu Auto-shutter
mode. Save changes and complete the focusing steps. When finished, restore your
exposure settings as needed.
5.) Adjust the zoom ring and focus ring for your scene.
6.) Replace the camera’s inner cover.
7.) Replace the mini-dome cover and screw.
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Searching and Accessing the Camera with
Device Search
Device Search provides a central location for listing all the DVTel CM and CF camera models
accessible over the network. Once listed, you can right-click on each camera to access and
change the network settings.
Once the network settings are changed, you can search again to relist the units and then
configure the units via the web interface.
If you are working with DVTel Latitude, configure the unit with a static IP address rather than
with DHCP. This ensures that the IP address will not automatically change in the future and
interfere with configurations and communication.
You will need to make the camera accessible for your network addressing. For initial access
to the camera, you can do either of the following to search and configure the camera’s
network settings via Device Search:

If you have the AdminCenter in Latitude, you can access the Device Configuration
Tool (Unified Configurator) from the Applications menu and then click the DVTel
HD Series button.

You can run DeviceSearch.exe, which can be found in the “DeviceSearch” folder
in the supplied CD.
To install DVTel Web Player software online:
For the initial access to the camera, a client program (DVTel Web Player) prompts to install
on your PC when connecting to the camera. If the web browser doesn’t allow DVTel Web
Player installation, check the Internet security settings or ActiveX controls and plug-in
settings to continue the process. See Appendix B: Internet Security Settings.
Important: Users who have previously installed the DVTel Web Player (DC Viewer) on the
PC should first delete the existing DC Viewer from the PC before accessing the camera. For
information on how to uninstall and clear Temporary Internet Files, see Deleting the Existing
DC Viewer.
To configure the communication settings of the CM-4221-xx camera:
1.) Connect the camera to the network on the same VLAN/LAN as the workstation.
You can use a cross-cable to directly connect it to the machine.
2.) If your network supports the default, open the DeviceSearch by doing one of the
following:
a.) If you have the AdminCenter in Latitude, you can access the Device
Configuration Tool (Unified Configurator) from the Applications menu and then
click the DVTel HD Series button.
b.) Run the DeviceSearch.exe which can be found in the “DeviceSearch” folder in
the supplied CD.
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3.) In the Device Search application, click the “Device Search” button.
4.) If you have not disabled the Windows Firewall, a security alert window will pop up.
Do the following:
a.) Click “Unblock” to continue. Latitude users should consult the Latitude
Installation Instructions on disabling the Windows Firewall.
b.) Click “Device Search” again. All the discovered IP devices will be listed in the
page, as shown in the figure below. The camera’s default IP address is:
192.168.0.250.
5.) Right-click on the camera whose network property you wish to change, and from
the menu that opens, select “Network Setup”. The “Network Setup” dialog
displays.
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Tip: Record the camera’s MAC address for future identification.
6.)
Do the one of the following.
For DHCP (not supported by Latitude):
a.) Select “DHCP”. Do not use for Latitude.
b.) Click “Apply”. When prompted with instructions to search again after one
minute, click “OK”.
c.) After one minute, click “Device Search”.
For Static IP (recommended for Latitude users):
a.) Select “Static IP” (preferable for security and Latitude users). In the IP
Address, Gateway, and Netmask, enter the respective values for your
LAN/VLAN (optional DNS).
b.) Click “Apply”. When prompted with instructions to search again after one
minute, click “OK”.
c.) After one minute, click “Device Search”. The communication settings should
now be changed and ready for you to install the CM-3221-xx camera on the
network. You may access it either via the browser-based viewer or Latitude
NVMS.
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7.) Right-click and select “Browse” to directly access the camera via a web browser.
The default web browser opens and requests access to the camera IP address.
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8.) When the web browser contacts the camera IP, do the following:
a.) When prompted for the login, enter username and password for the camera in
the login prompt that appears.
The default login ID and password for the Administrator are:
Login ID
Admin
Password
1234
NOTE: ID and password are case-sensitive.
b.) If the Information Bar (just below the URL bar) prompts for permission to
install the ActiveX Control for displaying video in the browser (see the figure
below), right-click on the Information Bar. Select “Install ActiveX Control…”
to allow the installation.
c.) If you receive a security warning window prompt, click “Install”.
d.) If the wizard appears for installing the component application DC Viewer,
follow the steps of the wizard to complete the installation.
NOTE: If you change the password and you are using the DVTel Latitude
AdminCenter Discovery feature, deselect all other proprietary types. Select “DVTel
HD Series” so that you can configure the new password in the <Discovery> tab
settings.
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Additionally, users can change the camera’s network property (either DHCP or Static IP)
directly in the device finding list. Refer to the following section for changing the camera’s
network property.
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6
Configuration and Operation
The CM-4221-xx camera is provided with a browser-based configuration interface for video
playback and recording. In this chapter, information about main page introduction, system
related settings and camera settings are described in detail.
Additionally, if you have DVTel Latitude, many of the configurations and features of DVTel’s
NVMS provide configuration and automation of the camera.
This section includes the following information:

Browser-Based Viewer Introduction

Home Page

System-Related Settings

Video and Audio Streaming Settings

Camera Settings

Logout
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6.1 Browser-Based Viewer Introduction
The figure below shows the main page of the camera user interface.
At the top of the Viewer Window is the Navigation Bar, which contains five tabs: Home,
System, Streaming, Camera, and Logout.
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Home Page
Users can monitor live video of the targeted area.
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System Settings
The administrator can set host name, system time, root password, network
related settings, etc. Further details are discussed in System-Related Settings.

Streaming Settings
The administrator can modify video resolution and rotate type and select audio
compression mode in this page.
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Camera Settings
Users can adjust various camera parameters, including <Exposure>, <White
Balance>, <Brightness>, <Sharpness>, <Contrast>, <Saturation>, <Hue>,
<Backlight>, <Digital Zoom>, <IR Function>, <WDR Function>, <Noise
Reduction>, and <TV System>.
NOTE: The IR Function is available only on CM-4221-10-I and CM-4221-11-I.
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Logout
Click on the tab to re-login the camera with another username and password.
In the top right-hand corner of the Viewer Window, the Camera Model Number is
displayed.
Below the camera model number is the Language Bar. Supported languages include
English, German, French, Italian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, and
Korean.
In the center of the Viewer Window is the Live Video Pane, which displays the image that
the camera is monitoring.
On the right side of the black bar at the top of the Live Video Pane is the Time Display.
Under the Live View Pane is the Video Format Selection, enabling you to select H.264-1 or
H.264-2.
Below the Video Format Selection are the Function Buttons, which are discussed in the
following section.
Under the Function Buttons are the Video Compression Details, including bit rate,
compression, and quality.
In the bottom right-hand corner of the Viewer Window, the Firmware Version of the
camera is displayed.
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6.2 Home Page
Function buttons are located at the bottom of the Home page, as seen below.
6.2.1
CM-4221-00/01 Varifocal Camera Home Page
All models in the CM-4221-xx series include the following function buttons, which are
displayed below.
Display Size Adjustment (x1/x½)
The image display size can be adjusted to full-screen or half-screen.
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Digital Zoom Control
Click on this button to view the monitored image in full screen mode. Double-click on the
screen to exit Digital Zoom mode and return to the Home page.
Talk button (on/off)
The Talk function allows the local site to talk to the remote site. Click on the button to switch
it on/off. Refer to the Security section (Add user>Talk/Listen) for further details. This
function is available only to a user who has been granted this privilege by the Administrator.
Speaker button (on/off)
Press the Speaker button to mute/activate the audio.
Snapshot button
Press this button to automatically save the JPEG snapshots in the specified location. The
default location to save snapshots is: C:\. To change the storage location, refer to File
Location.
Video Streaming Stop/Restart button (stop/restart)
Press the stop button to disable video streaming and to display the live video as black. Press
the restart button to show the live video again.
Web Recording button (on/off)
Pressing the <Recording> button will store recordings from the Live View in the location
specified on the local hard drive, which can be configured in the “File Location” (snapshot)
page. The default storage location for the web recording is: C:/. Refer to File Location for
details.
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6.2.2
CM-4221-10/10-I/11/11-I Motorized Camera Home
Page
The CM-4221-10, CM-4221-10-I, CM-4221-11, and CM-4221-11-I, which feature a motorized
lens, include the following function buttons in addition to those shown above for the CM4221-00/01.
Wide/Tele buttons
Hold the Tele/Wide button to implement continuous zoom adjustment.
Near/Far buttons
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Hold the Near/Far button to implement continuous focus adjustment.
Push AF button
Press the Push AF button once to adjust Zoom or Focus.
Wide/Tele Steps buttons
Press the Wide/Tele Steps buttons to alternate the zoom between Wide and Tele views within
a user-defined range of steps, which can be selected from the drop-down menu shown
below.
Near/Far Steps buttons
Press the Near/Far buttons to alternate the focus between near and Far views within a userdefined range, which can be selected from the drop-down menu.
Reset button
Press the Reset button to calibrate the camera lens at full wide end and infinity focus
simultaneously.
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Step Range
Select from a user-defined range of steps, which can be selected from the drop-down menu
below.
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6.3 System-Related Settings
The figure below shows all categories under the <System> tab. Each category in the sidebar
is explained in the following sections.
NOTE: The System configuration page is accessible only by the Administrator.
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Related Links
 Host Name and System
Time Setting
 Security
 Network
 DDNS
 Mail
 FTP
 HTTP
 Application
 Motion Detection
 Network Failure Detection
 Tampering Alarm
 Storage Management
 Recording
 File Location
 Iris Adjustment
 View Information
 Factory Default
 Software Version
 Software Upgrade
 Maintenance
6.3.1
Host Name and System Time Setting
Press the category <System> in the sidebar. The page is displayed below.
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Host Name
The host name is for camera identification. If the alarm function (see Application) is enabled
and is set to send an alarm message by Mail/FTP, the host name entered here is displayed in
the alarm message.
Time Zone
Select the time zone you are in from the drop-down menu.
Enable Daylight Saving Time
To enable DST, check the box and then specify time offset and DST duration. The format for
time offset is [hh:mm:ss]. For instance, if the amount of time offset is one hour, enter
“01:00:00” in the field.
Sync with Computer Time
Select this button to synchronize video date and time display with the PC.
Manual
The Administrator can set video date, time and day manually. Entry format should be
identical with that shown next to the Enter field.
Sync with NTP Server
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is an alternate way to synchronize your camera’s clock with an
NTP server. Specify the server you wish to synchronize in the Enter field. Then select an
update interval from the drop-down menu. For further information about NTP, visit
www.ntp.org.
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6.3.2
Security
Clicking the category <Security> in the sidebar opens a drop-down menu with tabs
including <User>, <HTTPS>, <IP Filter>, and <IEEE 802.1X>.
Related Links
User
HTTPS
IP Filter
IEEE 802.1X
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6.3.2.1 User
Click the <User> tab under the category <Security> in the sidebar to display the following
page.
Root password
Change the administrator’s password by inputting the new password in both text boxes. The
input characters/numbers are displayed as dots for security purposes. After clicking “Save”,
the web browser asks the Administrator for the new password. The maximum length of the
password is 14 digits.
NOTE: The following characters are valid: A-Z, a-z, 0-9,!#$%&’[email protected]^_~.
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Add user
Type the new user's user name and password in the respective fields. Click “Add” to add the
new user. Both user name and password can be up to 16 characters. The new user name is
displayed in the user name list. There is a maximum of 20 user accounts. Each user can be
assigned the privileges of “Camera control”, “Talk” and “Listen”.
I/O access
This box supports fundamental functions that enable users to view video when accessing the
camera.
Camera control
This box allows the specified user to change camera parameters on the Camera Setting
page.
Talk/Listen
Talk and Listen functions allow the user in the local site (PC site) to communicate with the
administrator in the remote site, for instance.
Add
Click on Add to accept your changes.
Manage User
Delete
To delete a user, pull down the user list and select the user name you wish to delete. Then
click “Delete” to remove it.
Edit
Pull down the user list and select a user name. Click “Edit” to edit the user’s password and
privileges.
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NOTE: You must enter the user password as well as select the function available to
the user. When finished, click “Save” to modify the account authority.
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6.3.2.2 HTTPS
<HTTPS> allows secure connections between the camera and web browser using <Secure
Socket Layer (SSL)> or <Transport Layer Security (TLS)>, which protect camera
settings or Username/Password info from snooping. It is necessary to install a self-signed
certificate or a CA-signed certificate for implementing <HTTPS>. Click the <HTTPS> tab.
The HTTPS setting page appears.
To use HTTPS on the camera, an HTTPS certificate must be installed. The HTTPS certificate
can be obtained either by creating and sending a certificate request to a Certificate Authority
(CA) or by creating a self-signed HTTPS certificate, as described below.
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Create a Self-signed Certificate
Before a CA-issued certificate is obtained, users can first create and install a self-signed
certificate.
Click the “Create” button under “Create self-signed certificate” and provide the
requested information to install a self-signed certificate for the camera. Refer to “Provide the
Certificate Information” in this section for details.
NOTE: The self-signed certificate does not provide the same high level of security as
a CA-issued certificate.
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Create Certificate Request
Click the “Create Certificate Request” button to create and submit a certificate request in
order to obtain a signed certificate from a CA.
Provide the requested information in the “Created Request” field. Refer to “Provide the
Certificate Information” in this section for details.
When the request is complete, the subject of the Created Request is shown in the field. Click
“Properties” below the “Subject” field, copy the PEM-formatted request, and send it to
your CA.
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When the signed certificate is returned, install it by uploading the signed certificate, as seen
in the following screen.
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Provide the Certificate Information
To create a self-signed HTTPS Certificate or a Certificate Request to CA, enter the
information as requested:
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Country
Enter a two-letter combination code to indicate the country the certificate will be used in. For
instance, type in “US” to indicate United States.
State or province
Enter the local administrative region.
Locality
Enter other geographical information.
Organization
Enter the name of the organization to which the entity identified in “Common Name”
belongs.
Organizational Unit
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Enter the name of the organizational unit to which the entity identified in the “Common
Name” field belongs.
Common Name
Indicate the name of the person or other entity that the certificate identifies (often used to
identify the website).
Valid days (self-signed certificate only)
Enter the period in days (1~9999) to indicate the valid period of certificate.
Click “OK” to save the Certificate Information after completion.
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6.3.2.3 IP Filter
The IP filter restricts access to the camera by denying/allowing specific IP addresses.
General
Enable IP Filter
Check the box to enable the IP Filter function. Once enabled, the listed IP addresses (IPv4)
are allowed/denied access to the camera.
Select “Allow” or “Deny” from the drop-down list and click the “Apply” button to determine
the IP Filter behavior.
Add/Delete IP Address
Input the IP address and click the “Add” button to add a new filtered address. The Filtered IP
Addresses box shows the currently configured IP addresses. Up to 256 IP address entries
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may be specified. To remove an IP address from the list, select the IP address and then click
the “Delete” button.
6.3.2.4 IEEE 802.1X
The camera is allowed to access a network protected by 802.1X/EAPOL (Extensible
Authentication Protocol over LAN). Users must contact the network administrator to obtain
certificates, user IDs, and passwords.
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CA Certificate
The CA certificate is created by the Certificate Authority for the purpose of validating itself.
Upload the certificate to check the server’s identity.
Client Certificate/Private Key
Upload the Client Certificate and Private Key to authenticate the camera.
Settings
Identity
Enter the user identity associated with the certificate. Up to 16 characters can be used.
Private Key Password
Enter the password (maximum 16 characters) for your user identity.
Enable IEEE 802.1X
Check the box to enable IEEE 802.1X.
Click “Save” to save the IEEE 802.1X/EAP TLS setting.
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6.3.3
Network
Click the category <Network>. A drop-down menu appears with tabs including <Basic>,
<QoS>, <SNMP>, and <UPnP>.
Related Links
Basic
QoS (Quality of Service)
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
UPnP
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6.3.3.1 Basic
Users can connect to the camera with either fixed or dynamic (DHCP) IP address. The
camera also provides PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) support for users who
connect to the network via PPPoE.
General
Get IP address automatically (DHCP)
The camera’s default setting is “Use fixed IP address”. Refer to Accessing Camera for login
with the default IP address.
If “Get IP address automatically” is selected, after the camera restarts, users can search
through the installer program DeviceSearch.exe, which is found in the “DeviceSearch” folder
in the supplied CD.
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NOTE: For future identification, record the camera’s MAC address, which is found on
the camera label.
Use fixed IP address
To setup static IP address, select “Use fixed IP address” and move the cursor to the IP
address blank (as indicated below) and insert the new IP address, ex. 192.168.7.123. Then
go to the Default gateway field (explained later) and change the setting, for example
192.168.7.254. Press “Save” to confirm the new settings.
Users can login to the camera with a static IP address by using the “DeviceSearch” software
(see Accessing Camera) or entering the IP address in the URL bar and pressing “Enter”.
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IP address
The IP address is necessary for network identification.

Subnet mask
The subnet mask is used to determine if the destination is in the same subnet.
The default value is “255.255.255.0”.
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Default gateway
The default gateway is the gateway used to forward frames to destinations in a
different subnet. An invalid gateway setting causes transmission to destinations
in other subnets to fail.
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Primary DNS
The primary DNS is the primary domain name server that translates hostnames
into IP addresses.

Secondary DNS
The secondary DNS is a secondary domain name server that backs up the
primary DNS.
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Use PPPoE
PPPoE users should enter their PPPoE Username and Password into the respective
fields. Click on the “Save” button to save the settings.
Advanced

Web server port
The default web server port is 80. Once the port is changed, the user must be
notified the change for the connection to be successful. For instance, when the
Administrator changes the HTTP port of the camera whose IP address is
192.168.0.100 from 80 to 8080, the user must type in the web browser
“http://192.168.0.100:8080” instead of “http://192.168.0.100”.

RTSP port
The default setting of the RTSP Port is 554. The range is between 1024 to 65535.

MJPEG over HTTP port
The default setting of MJPEG over HTTP Port is 8008. The range is between 1024
to 65535. Note that MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.

HTTPS port
The default setting of HTTPS Port is 443. The range is between 1024 to 65535.
NOTE: Be sure to assign a different port number for each separate service
mentioned above.
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MTU
The default MTU (Maximum Transmission Unit) is the greatest amount of data
that can be transferred in one physical frame on the network. For Ethernet, the
MTU is 1500 bytes. For PPPoE, the MTU is 1492.
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Click “Save” to save the settings.IPv6 Address Configuration
With IPv6 support, users can use the corresponding IPv6 address for browsing. Enable IPv6
by checking the box. Click “Save” to save the setting.
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6.3.3.2
QoS
Quality of Service (QoS) provides differentiated service levels for different types of traffic
packets and guarantees delivery of priority services during periods of network congestion.
Adapting the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) model, traffic flows are classified and marked
with DSCP (DiffServ Codepoint) values, and thus receive the corresponding forwarding
treatment from DiffServ-capable routers.
DSCP Settings
The DSCP value range is from 0 to 63. The default DSCP value is 0 (DSCP disabled).
The camera uses the following QoS classes: Video, Audio, and Management.

Video
This class consists of applications such as MJPEG over HTTP, RTP/RTSP and
RTSP/HTTP. Note that MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
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Audio
This setting is only available for cameras that support audio.
Management
this class consists of HTTP traffic (web browsing).
Click the “Save” button when complete.
NOTE: To enable this function, make sure the switches/routers in the network
support QoS.
6.3.3.3 SNMP Settings
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) enables the camera to be monitored and
managed remotely by the network management system.
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SNMP v1/v2

Enable SNMP
Select the version of SNMP (v1 or v2) to use by checking the box.

Read Community
Specify the community name that has read-only access to all supported SNMP
objects. The default value is “public”.

Write Community
Specify the community name that has read/write access to all supported SNMP
objects (except read-only objects). The default value is “write”.
Traps for SNMP v1/v2
Traps are used by the camera to send messages to a management system for important
events or status changes.

Enable traps
Check this box to activate trap reporting.

Trap address
Enter the IP address of the management server.

Trap community
Enter the community to use when sending a trap message to the management
system.
Trap option

Warm start
A warm start SNMP trap signifies that the SNMP device, such as the camera,
performs software reload.
Click the “Save” button when complete.
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6.3.3.4 UPnP
The UPnP Setting page enables you to use Universal Plug-and-Play protocols for networking
your devices.
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UPnP Setting
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Enable UPnP
When UPnP is enabled, whenever a camera is discovered on the LAN, the icon of
the connected camera appears in My Network Places and allows direct access as
shown below.
NOTE: To enable this function, make sure the UPnP component is installed on your
computer. Refer to Enable UPnP discovery for the Windows 7 procedure.

Enable UPnP port forwarding
When UPnP port forwarding is enabled, the camera is allowed to open the web
server port on the router automatically.
NOTE: To enable this function, make sure that your router supports UPnP and that it
is activated.
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Friendly name
Set the name for the camera for identification.
Click “Save” to save the settings.
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6.3.4
DDNS
Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) allows a host name to be constantly synchronized
with a dynamic IP address. This permits those using a dynamic IP address to be accessed by
a static domain name.
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Enable DDNS
Check this box to enable DDNS.

Provider
Select a DDNS host provider name from the drop-down list.

Host name
Enter the registered domain name in the field.

Username/E-mail
Enter the username or e-mail address required by the DDNS provider for
authentication.

Password/Key
Enter the password or key required by the DDNS provider for authentication.
Click “Save” to save the setting.
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6.3.5
Mail
The Administrator can send an e-mail via Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) when an
alarm is triggered. SMTP is a protocol for sending e-mail messages between servers. SMTP is
a relatively simple, text-based protocol, where one or more recipients of a message are
specified and the message text is transferred.
Two SMTP server accounts can be configured. Settings include SMTP Server, account name,
password, and e-mail address settings. Enter the details in the appropriate fields. For SMTP
server details, contact your network service provider. Click “Save” when finished. The
configuration page is shown below.
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6.3.6
FTP
The Administrator can send an alarm message to up to two File Transfer Protocol (FTP) sites
when motion is detected. Settings include first and second server, server port, user name,
password, and remote folder. Enter the details in the appropriate fields. Click “Save” when
finished. The FTP setting page is shown below.
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6.3.7
HTTP
An HTTP notification server listens for notification messages of triggered events sent from
cameras. You can set up to two notification server accounts. <Alarm> triggered and <Motion
Detection> notifications can be sent to the specified HTTP server. Enter the HTTP details,
including server, user name, and password, in the appropriate fields. Click “Save” when
finished. The HTTP setting page is shown below.
Refer to Application: Send HTTP notification and Motion Detection for HTTP Notification
settings.
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6.3.8
Application
Alarm Pin Definition
PIN 1. InputPIN 2. Input+
PIN 3. OutputPIN 4. Output+
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The alarm configuration page is shown below.
Alarm Switch
The Administrator can enable or disable the alarm function.
Alarm Type
Select an alarm type (“Normal close” or “Normal open”) that corresponds with the alarm
application.
Alarm Output
Define the normal alarm output signal as “Output high” or “Output low”, according to the
current alarm application.
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Triggered Action
The Administrator can specify various alarm actions to be taken when an alarm is triggered.
The options are listed below.

Enable Alarm Output
Select this box to enable alarm relay output.

Record Stream to SD Card
Select this box in order to save the alarm-triggered recording into your Micro SD
card. Enter the number of seconds for the pre-trigger buffer. Select the first
radial button if you wish to upload for a specified length of time and enter the
number of seconds. Alternatively, select the second radial button to upload during
the active trigger.
NOTE: Make sure that local recording (with a Micro SD/SDHC card) is activated so
that this function can be implemented. See Recording for further details.
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Send Message by FTP/E-Mail
Select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or e-mail when an alarm is
triggered.
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Upload Image by FTP
Select this box to assign an FTP site and configure the parameters shown in the
figure below. When an alarm is triggered, event images are uploaded to the
designated FTP site.
Specify which one of two FTP addresses you wish to use from the drop-down
menu. Select the number of frames for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers
from the drop-down menu of 1-20 frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
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Upload Image by E-Mail
Select this box in order to assign an e-mail address and configure various
parameters as shown in the figure below. When the alarm is triggered, event
images are sent to one of two designated e-mail addresses. Select the number of
frames for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers from the drop-down menu of
1-20 frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
NOTE: Make sure that SMTP or FTP configuration has been completed. See Mail and
FTP for further details.
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Send HTTP notification
Check this box to specify the destination HTTP address and parameters for event
notifications by the triggered alarm. When an alarm is triggered, the notification
will be sent to one of two specified HTTP servers.
File Name
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File Name
Enter a file name in the field, for example, “image.jpg”. The uploaded image’s
file name format is set in this section. Select one that meets your requirements.
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Add date/time suffix
File name: imageYYMMDD_HHNNSS_XX.jpg
Y: Year, M: Month, D: Day
H: Hour, N: Minute, S: Second
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Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value)
File name: imageXXXXXXX.jpg
X: Sequence Number
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Add sequence number suffix (limited value)
File Name: imageXX.jpg
X: Sequence Number
The file name suffix ends at the number being set. For example, if the setting is
up to “10,” the file name will start from 00, end at 10, and then start over again.
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Overwrite
The original image in the FTP site will be overwritten by the new uploaded file
with a static filename.
After entering all the settings, click on the “Save” button.
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6.3.9
Motion Detection
The motion detection function detects suspicious motion and triggers alarms when motion
volume in the detected area reaches/exceeds the determined sensitivity threshold value.
Within the Live View Pane on the Motion Detection setting page, there is a frame (Motion
Detection Window) which is used for defining the motion detection area. To change the
size of the Motion Detection Window, move the mouse cursor to the edge of the frame and
drag it outward/inward. Moving the mouse to the center of the frame shifts the frame to the
intended location.
Up to 10 Motion Detection Windows can be set. Press the “Add” button under the Live Video
Pane to add a Motion Detection Window. To cancel a Motion Detection Window, move the
mouse cursor to the selected Window and click on the “Delete” button.
If the Motion Detection function is activated, the Motion pop-up window appears.
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When motion is detected, the signals are displayed in the Motion window as shown below.
Detailed settings for Motion Detection are as follows:
Motion Detection
Activate this function by selecting “On” or “Off”. Default setting is “Off”.
Motion Detection Setting
Various parameters of Motion Detection can be set in this section.
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Sampling pixel interval [1-100]:
The default value is 10, which means the system will take one sampling pixel for
every 10 pixels.
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Detection level [1-100]:
The default level is 10. The item is to set detection level for each sampling pixel;
the smaller the value, the more sensitive it is.
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Sensitivity level [1-100]:
The default level is 80, which means if 20% or more sampling pixels are detected
differently, the system will detect motion. The bigger the value, the more
sensitive it is. When the value is bigger, the red horizontal line in the motion
indication window will be lowered accordingly.
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Time interval (sec) [0-7200]:
The default interval is 10. The value is the interval between each detected
motion.
Triggered Action
The Administrator can specify alarm actions to be taken when motion is detected. The
options are listed as follows:
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Enable Alarm Output
Check this box to select the predefined type of alarm output in order to enable
alarm relay output when motion is detected. Select either “Low” or “High” relay
output.
Record Stream to SD Card
Select this box to store the motion detection recording in a Micro SD/SDHC card
when motion is detected.
NOTE: Make sure that local recording (with a Micro SD/SDHC card) is activated so
that this function can be implemented. See Recording for further details.
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Send Alarm Message by FTP/E-Mail
Select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or e-mail when motion is
detected.
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Upload Image by FTP
Select this box in order to upload an image by FTP and to configure various
parameters as shown in the figure below. When motion is detected, event images
are uploaded to the designated FTP site.
Specify which FTP address you wish to use from the drop-down menu. Select the
number of frames for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers from the drop-down
menu of 1-20 frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
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Upload Image by E-Mail
Select this box in order to assign an e-mail address and configure various
parameters as shown in the figure below. When motion is detected, event images
are sent to one of two designated e-mail addresses. Select the number of frames
for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers from the drop-down menu of 1-20
frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
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click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
NOTE: Make sure that SMTP or FTP configuration has been completed. See Mail and
FTP for further details.
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Send HTTP notification
Check this box to send a notification by HTTP. Select the destination HTTP address
from the drop-down menu and specify the parameters for event notifications by
<Motion Detection> triggered. When an alarm is triggered, the notification will be
sent to one of two specified HTTP servers.
File Name
The uploaded image’s filename format is set in this section. Select one that meets your
requirements.
Save
Click the “Save” button to save your Motion Detection settings.
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6.3.10
Network Failure Detection
The network failure detection function sends a ping to a device to ensure that it is
operating on the network.
Detection Switch
The Administrator can enable or disable the detection function by selecting “On” or “Off”.
Detection Type
Enter the IP address to ping and the time interval in minutes between pings.
Triggered Action
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The Administrator can specify various alarm actions to be taken when an alarm is triggered.
The options are listed below.
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Enable Alarm Output
Select this box to enable alarm relay output. Select either “Low” or “High” relay
output.
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Record Stream to SD Card
Select this box in order to save the alarm-triggered recording into your Micro SD
card. Enter the number of seconds for the pre-trigger buffer. Select the first
radial button if you wish to upload for a specified length of time and enter the
number of seconds. Alternatively, select the second radial button to upload during
the active trigger.
NOTE: Make sure that local recording (with a Micro SD/SDHC card) is activated so
that this function can be implemented. See Recording for further details.
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Send Message by FTP/E-Mail
Select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or e-mail when a network
failure is detected.
6.3.11
Tampering Alarm
The Tampering Alarm function protects the camera against tampering such as deliberate
redirection, blocking, paint spray, and lens cover obstruction by using video analysis. In
response to such events, it sends notifications or uploads snapshots to the specified
destination(s).
Detection of camera tampering is achieved by measuring the differences between the older
frames of video (which are stored in buffers) and more recent frames.
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Tampering Alarm
Turn the Tampering Alarm function “On” or “Off”. The default setting is “Off”.
Tampering Duration
The tampering duration is the time for video analysis to determine whether camera
tampering has occurred. Minimum duration defines the tampering threshold. A longer
duration represents a higher threshold. The minimum duration time ranges from 10 to 3600
seconds.
Triggered Action
Specify the alarm actions to be taken when tampering is detected. The options are as
follows:
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Enable Alarm Output
Check this box and select the predefined type of alarm output (“high” or “low”)
to enable alarm relay when tampering is detected.
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Record stream to SD Card
Select this box to store the Tampering Alarm recording in a Micro SD/SDHC card
when tampering is detected.
NOTE: make sure the local recording (with Micro SD/SDHC card) is activated so that
this function can be implemented. See Recording for further details.
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Send Alarm Message by FTP/E-Mail
Select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or e-mail when tampering
is detected.
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Upload Image by FTP
Select this box in order to upload an image by FTP and to configure various
parameters as shown in the figure below. When motion is detected, event images
are uploaded to the designated FTP site.
Specify which FTP address you wish to use from the drop-down menu. Select the
number of frames for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers from the drop-down
menu between 1-20 frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
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Select this box in order to assign an e-mail address and configure various
parameters as shown in the figure below. When motion is detected, event
images are sent to one of two designated e-mail address.
Specify which of two e-mail addresses you wish to use from the drop-down
menu. Select the number of frames for the pre-trigger and post-trigger buffers
from the drop-down menu between 1-20 frames.
Check the box for “Continue image upload” if you wish to use this option. If
you wish to specify the length of time for the upload, click on this radial button
and enter the number of seconds. If you wish to upload during the active trigger,
click on this radial button. Finally, select the number of frames per second from
the drop-down menu next to “Image frequency”.
NOTE: Make sure SMTP or FTP configuration has been completed. See Mail and FTP
for further details.
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Send HTTP notification
Check this box to select the destination HTTP address and specify the parameters
for HTTP notifications. When the Tampering Alarm is triggered, the HTTP
notifications are sent to one of two specified HTTP servers.
File Name
The uploaded image’s filename format is set in this section. Select one that meets your
requirements.
Save
Click the “Save” button to save the Tampering Alarm settings.
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6.3.12
Storage Management
Users can implement local recording of up to 32GB on a Micro SD/SDHC card. The Storage
Management page shows the capacity information of the Micro SD card and a recording list
of all the recording files saved on the memory card. Users can also format the SD card and
implement automatic recording cleanup on this page. To implement Micro SD card recording,
go to the “Recording” page (see Recording) for activation.
NOTE: Format the Micro SD/SDHC card when using it for the first time. Formatting
also is required when a memory card has been used on one camera and is then
transferred to a camera that uses a different software platform.
Device information
Upon inserting the Micro SD/SDHC card, card information, such as the memory capacity and
status, is displayed.
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Device setting
Press the “Format” button to format the memory card.
Disk cleanup setting
You can enable automatic recording cleanup by clicking on “Enable automatic disk
cleanup”. From the pull-down menu, specify the minimum length of time over which you
wish to remove recordings, for example, remove recordings over 10 days old. Enter the
percent of disk capacity used in order to remove the oldest recordings. Click “Save” when
you finish.
Recording List
Each video file on the Micro SD/SDHC card is listed in the Recording list below. The
maximum file size is 60 MB per file. See Recording for further details.
When the recording mode is set as “Always” (consecutive recording) and the Micro
SD/SDHC card recording is enabled by events triggered, the system immediately saves a
recorded event on the memory card once an event occurs. Then the camera will return to the
regular recording mode after events recording.
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Remove
To remove a file, first select the file and then press the “Remove” button.
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Sort
Click the “Sort” button to list the files in the Recording list in order of name and
date.
NOTE: The capital letter A, M, or R and underscore that appear at the beginning of
the file name denote the type of recording: “A” stands for Alarm, “M” stands for
Motion, and “R” stands for regular recording.
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Download recording file
To open/download a video clip, first select the file and then click on the
“Download” button at the bottom of the box. The selected file window pops up
as shown below. Click on the AVI file to play the video in the player or download
it to a specified location.
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6.3.13
Recording
In the Recording page, specify the recording schedule according to your requirements. Select
one of three options: disable this function (“Disable”), always use this function (“Always”),
or record only during a specified time frame (“Only during time frame”). The Recording
page is displayed below.
Activating Micro SD/SDHC Card recording
Two types of schedule mode are available: Always and Time Frame setting. Users can setup
the time frame to fit the recording schedule by selecting the day(s), start time and duration
for recording. Choosing “Always” activates the Micro SD/SDHC Card Recording all the time.
Click the “Save” button to confirm the schedule mode.
Terminating Micro SD/SDHC Card recording
Select “Disable” to terminate the recording function.
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6.3.14
File Location
Specify a storage location for snapshots and web recordings. The default setting is: C:\. After
confirming the setting, click “Save” to save the snapshots and recordings in the designated
location.
NOTE: Make sure the selected file path contains valid characters.
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6.3.15
Iris Adjustment
Users of an auto-iris lens that needs adjustment should refer to the iris adjustment
procedure in the setting page displayed below.
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6.3.16
View Information
The View Information page enables you to view the following information:
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View log file
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User Information
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Parameters
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6.3.16.1 View Log File
Click on the link to view the system log file. The content of the file provides useful
information about configuration and connections after system boot-up.
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6.3.16.2 User Information
The Administrator can view each added user’s login information and privileges (see
Security).
View User Login Information
All users in the network are listed in the “User information” screen shown below. Click on
“get user information” to see each user’s details. For example: Admin: 1234. This
indicates that the user’s login user name is “Admin” and the password is “1234”.
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View User Privilege
Click on “get user privacy” at the bottom of the page to view each user’s privileges.
As the figure above shows:
Admin: 1:1:1:1
1:1:1:1= I/O access : Camera control : Talk : Listen (see Security)
This denotes that the user name “Admin” is granted privileges of I/O access, Camera control,
Talk and Listen.
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6.3.16.3 View Parameters
Click on this selection on the sidebar to view the entire system’s parameter settings.
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6.3.17
Factory Default
The factory default setting page is shown below. Follow the instructions to reset the camera
to factory default settings if needed.
Full Restore
Click on the “Full Restore” button to restore the factory default settings. The system
restarts in 30 seconds.
NOTE: The IP address and all other settings will be restored to factory default
settings.
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Partial Restore
Click on the “Partial Restore” button to restore the factory default settings, but save your
network settings. The system restarts in 30 seconds. The following screen appears when
selecting this option:
Reboot
Clicking on the “Reboot” button restarts the system without changing current settings.
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6.3.18
Software Version
The current software version is displayed in the software version page, which is shown
below.
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6.3.19
Software Upgrade
Software upgrade can be carried out in the “Software Upgrade” page, as shown below.
NOTE: Make sure the upgrade software file is available before carrying out software
upgrade.
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The procedure for software upgrade follows:
To upgrade the firmware:
1.) Click “Browse” and select the binary file to be uploaded, for example,
“uImage_userland.img”.
NOTE: Do not change the upgrade file name or the system will fail to find the
file.
2.) Pull down the upgrade binary file list and select the file you want to upgrade. In
this case, select “uImage+userland.img”.
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3.) Press “Upgrade”. The system will first check whether the upgrade file exists or
not and then will begin to upload the upgrade file. Subsequently, the upgrade
status bar will display on the page. When it reaches 100%, the upgrade process is
finished. After the upgrade process is finished, the viewer returns to the Home
page.
4.) Close the video browser.
5.) Click “Control Panel” and then double-click “Add or Remove Programs”. In the
“Currently install programs” list, select “DCViewer” and click the button
“Remove” to uninstall the existing DC Viewer.
6.) Open a new web browser, re-login the camera, and then allow the automatic
download of the DVTel Web Player (DV Viewer).
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6.3.20
Maintenance
Users can export configuration files to a specified location and retrieve data by uploading an
existing configuration file to the camera.
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Export
Users can save the system settings by exporting the configuration file (.bin) to a specified
location for future use. Press the “Export” button and the popup File Download window
appears as shown below. Click “Save” and specify a desired location for saving the
configuration file.
Upload
To copy an existing configuration file to the camera, first click on “Browse” to select the
configuration file, and then press the “Upload” button for uploading.
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6.4 Video and Audio Streaming Settings
Pressing the <Streaming> tab in the navigation bar at the top of the page displays the
configurable video and audio selections in the sidebar. In Streaming, the Administrator can
configure specific video resolution, video compression mode, video protocol, audio
transmission mode, etc. Further details of these settings are specified in the following
sections.
The following video resolutions are supported:
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MJPEG + H.264
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MJPEG only
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H.264 + H.264
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H.264 only
NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
Related Links
Video Resolution and Rotate Type
Video Compression
Video OCX Protocol
Video Frame Rate
Audio Mode and Bit Rate Settings
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6.4.1
Video Resolution and Rotate Type
Different values are displayed and can be selected on the video format setting page for an
NTSC or PAL TV system. The TV system is set on the sidebar of the <Camera> tab (see TV
System). The video format setting page for a PAL TV system is shown below.
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6.4.1.1 NTSC System Settings
Following are the video resolution settings for an NTSC TV system.
MJPEG + H.264 Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264
1920 x 1080 (30 fps)
1920 x 1080 (15 fps)
1280 x 1024 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
MJPEG
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1920 x 1080 (15 fps)
1280 x 1024 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
1280 x 1024 (15 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
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The following video resolution options are available:
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800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
H.264 + H.264 Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264-1
1920 x 1080 (30 fps)
1920 x 1080 (15 fps)
1280 x 1024 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
H.264-2
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1920 x 1080 (15 fps)
1280 x 1024 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
1280 x 1024 (15 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
720 x 480 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
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640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
640 x 480 (30 fps)
352 x 240 (30 fps)
H.264 Only Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264
1920 x 1080 (30 fps)
1280 x 1024 (30 fps)
1280 x 720 (30 fps)
1024 x 768 (30 fps)
800 x 600 (30 fps)
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Following are the video resolution settings for a PAL TV system.
MJPEG + H.264 Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264
1920 x 1080 (25 fps)
1920 x 1080 (13 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
MJPEG
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1920 x 1080 (13 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
1280 x 1024 (13 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
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720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
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H.264 + H.264 Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264-1
1920 x 1080 (25 fps)
1920 x 1080 (13 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
H.264-2
1920 x 1080 (25 fps)
1920 x 1080 (13 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 480 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1920 x 1080 (13 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
1280 x 1024 (13 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
640 x 480 (25 fps)
352 x 288 (25 fps)
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352 x 288 (25 fps)
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H.264 Only Video Resolution:
The following video resolution options are available:
H.264
1920 x 1080 (25 fps)
1280 x 1024 (25 fps)
1280 x 720 (25 fps)
1024 x 768 (25 fps)
800 x 600 (25 fps)
720 x 576 (25 fps)
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Click “Save” to confirm the settings.
Text Overlay Settings
Users can select the items to display data including date/time/text on the Live Video Pane.
The maximum length of the string is 20 alphanumeric characters. Click “Save” to confirm the
Text Overlay setting.
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Video Rotate Type
Users can change video display type if necessary. Selectable video rotate types include
Normal video, Flip video, Mirror video, 90 degree clockwise, 180 degree rotate, and 90
degree counterclockwise. Differences among these types are illustrated below. The following
drop-down menu appears when selecting this option.
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Suppose the displayed image of the camera is shown as follows.
To rotate the image vertically, for instance, users can select “Flip video”. Then the displayed
image is reversed as shown below.
Following are descriptions of different video rotate types.

Normal video
If “Normal video” is selected, the image appears as it is viewed.

Flip video
If “Flip video” is selected, the image is rotated vertically.

Mirror video
If “Mirror video” is selected, the image is rotated horizontally.

90 degree clockwise
Selecting “90 degree clockwise” inverts the image 90° clockwise (to the right).

180 degree rotate
Selecting “180 degree rotate” inverts the image 180° counter-clockwise (to the
left).
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90 degree counterclockwise
Selecting “90 degree counterclockwise” inverts the image 90° counterclockwise (to the left).
Click “Save” to confirm the setting.
GOV Settings
Users can set the GOV length to determine the frame structure (I-frames and P-frames) in a
video stream for saving bandwidth. The setting range is from 2 to 64. A longer GOV means
decreasing the frequency of I-frames. Click “Save” to confirm the GOV setting.
6.4.2
Video Compression
Users can specify the values for MJPEG/H.264 compression mode in the video compression
page according to the application. See the figure below. Note that MJPEG is not supported by
Latitude.
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MJPEG Q (Quality) factor
A higher value implies higher bit rates and higher visual quality. The default setting of MJPEG
Q factor is 35; the setting range is from 1 to 70. Click “Save” to confirm the setting.
NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
H.264-1/H.264-2 bit rate
The default setting of H.264-1/H.264-2 is 4096 kbps; the setting range is from 64 to 8192
kbps. Click “Save” to confirm the setting.
Display Compression Information
Users can also decide whether to display compression information on the Home page. Click
“Save” to confirm the setting.
CBR Mode Setting
The CBR (Constant Bit Rate) mode can be the preferred bit rate mode if the bandwidth
available is limited. It is important to take image quality into account when deciding to use
CBR mode. To operate the camera in Variable Bit Rate (VBR) mode, uncheck the CBR
checkbox. Click “Save” to confirm the setting.
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6.4.3
Video OCX Protocol
In the Video OCX protocol setting page, users can select RTP over UDP, RTP over TCP, RTSP
over HTTP or MJPEG* over HTTP, for streaming media over the network. In the case of
multicast networking, users can select the Multicast mode. The page is shown as follows.
Video OCX protocol setting options include:
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RTP over UDP
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RTP over RTSP(TCP)
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RTSP over HTTP
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MJPEG* over HTTP
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Multicast Mode
Enter all required data, including multicast IP address, H.264 video port, MJPEG
video port, audio port, and TTL into each field.
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NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
Click “Save” to confirm the settings.
6.4.4
Video Frame Rate
Video frame rate is for setting the frames per second (fps) if necessary. The setting page is
shown as below.
MJPEG/H.264-1/H.264-2 Frame Rate
The default setting of MJPEG Frame Rate is 30 fps (NTSC) or 25 fps (PAL). The setting range
for H-264-1 in NTSC is from 1 to 30 and 1 to 30 in PAL. The setting range for H-264-2 is
from 1 to 15 in NTSC and 1 to 13 in PAL. Click “Save” to confirm the settings.
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NOTE: MJPEG is not supported by Latitude.
NOTE: A lower frame rate decreases video smoothness.
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Video Mask
The Video Mask function enables selection of up to five active masks and selection of mask
color.
Active Mask Function

Add a Mask
Upon checking a Video Mask checkbox, a red frame appears in the Live Video
pane on the right side of the screen. Use the mouse to adjust the mask’s size and
place it in the target zone.
NOTE: It is suggested to set the Video Mask twice as large as the object it covers.

Cancel a Mask
Uncheck the checkbox of the Video Mask meant to be deleted. The selected mask
immediately disappears from the Live Video Pane.
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Mask Setting

Mask color
The selections of Mask color include red, black, white, yellow, green, blue, cyan,
and magenta.
Click “Save” to confirm the settings.
6.4.5
Audio Mode and Bit Rate Settings
The audio setting page is show below. In the Audio page, the Administrator can select one
transmission mode and audio bit rate.
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Transmission Mode

Full-duplex (Talk and listen simultaneously)
In the Full-duplex mode, the local and remote sites can communicate with each
other simultaneously, i.e. both sites can speak and be heard at the same time.
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Half-duplex (Talk or listen not at the same time)
In the Half-duplex mode, the local/remote site can only talk or listen to the other
site at one time.
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Simplex (Talk only)
In the Talk only Simplex mode, the local/remote site can only talk to the other
site.
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Simplex (Listen only)
In the Listen only Simplex mode, the local/remote site can only listen to the other
site.
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Disable
Select this option to turn off the audio transmission function.
Server Gain Setting
Set the audio input/output gain levels for sound amplification. The audio gain values are
adjustable from 1 to 6. The sound will be turned off if the audio gain is set to “Mute”.
Bit Rate
Selectable audio transmission bit rate include 16 kbps (G.726), 24 kbps (G.726), 32 kbps
(G.726), 40 kbps (G.726), uLAW (G.711) and ALAW (G.711). Both uLAW and ALAW signify
64 kbps, but in different compression formats. A higher bit rate enables higher audio quality,
but requires higher bandwidth.
NOTE: Latitude does not support G.726 bit rates.
Click “Save” to confirm the settings.
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6.5 Camera Settings
The figure below is the <Camera> configuration page. Details of each parameter setting are
described in the following subsections.
Related Links
 Exposure Setting
 White Balance Setting
 Picture Adjustment
 Backlight
 Digital Zoom
 IR Function
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 WDR Function
 Noise Reduction
 TV System
6.5.1
Exposure Setting
The Exposure pull-down menu is shown as follows:
The exposure is the amount of light received by the image sensor and is determined by the
width of the lens diaphragm opening, the amount of exposure by the sensor (shutter speed),
and other exposure parameters. With this setting, users can define how the Auto Exposure
function works.
There are two exposure modes: Auto Mode and Manual Mode.
Auto Mode
Within Auto Modes, there are three settings:
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Auto Iris Min Shutter Speed
When selecting this mode, the shutter is completely open and exposure priority is
given to the auto iris. Shutter speed and AGC circuit function automatically in
cooperating with the iris to get consistent exposure output.
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In PAL systems, the minimum shutter speed is selectable in steps of
1/25/, 1/12, 1/6, 1/3, and 1/1.5 seconds.
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In NTSC systems, the minimum shutter speed is selectable in steps
of 1/30, 1/15, 1/8, ¼, ½, and one second.
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Auto Shutter Min Shutter Speed
When selecting this mode, the camera’s shutter speed works automatically to get
consistent video output level. Users can select a suitable shutter speed according
to the environmental luminance.
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In PAL systems, the shutter speed is selectable in 13 steps from
1/425 to 1/1.5 seconds.
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In NTSC systems, the shutter speed is selectable in 14 steps from
1/500 to one second.
Shutter Priority
When selecting this mode, a fixed exposure is set, while other parameters can
change.
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In PAL systems, select from 9 settings between 1/425 to 1/25
seconds.
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In NTSC systems, select from 9 settings between 1/500 to 1/30
seconds.
Manual Mode (Fixed Shutter)
Manual Mode opens the iris completely with a fixed gain. Users can select a suitable shutter
speed according to the environmental luminance. The fixed shutter speed is selected from
the drop-down menu.
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In PAL systems, the fixed shutter speed is selectable in 18 steps between
1/10,000 to 1/1.5 seconds.
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In NTSC systems, the fixed shutter speed is selectable in 19 steps between
1/10,000 to one second.
6.5.2
White Balance Setting
The White Balance pull-down menu is as follows:
A camera needs to find a reference color temperature as a way of measuring the quality of a
light source for calculating all other colors. The unit for measuring this ratio is in Kelvin (K)
degrees. Users can select one of the White Balance Control modes according to the operating
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environment. The following table shows the color temperature of some light sources for
reference.
Light Sources
Color Temperature in K
Cloudy Sky
6,000 to 8,000
Noon Sun and Clear Sky
6,500
Household Lighting
2,500 to 3,000
75-watt Bulb
2,820
Candle Flame
1,200 to 1,500
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Auto Mode
The Auto Balance White mode is suitable for an environment with a light source
color temperature in the range of roughly 2,700 ~ 8,000K.

ATW Mode (Auto Tracking White Balance)
The Auto Tracking White Balance function automatically adjusts the white balance
in a scene while temperature color is changing. The ATW Mode is suitable for an
environment with a light source color temperature in the range of roughly 2450 ~
10,500K.
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Manual Mode
In this mode, users can manually change the White Balance value. Users can
select a number between 0 ~127 of “Rgain/Bgain” to increase the red/blue
luminance on the Live Video pane. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
6.5.3
Picture Adjustment
The picture adjustment pane enables you to set five picture settings: brightness, sharpness,
contrast, saturation, and hue.
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Brightness
Users can adjust the image’s brightness by adjusting this parameter. Select from
the range between -12 to +13. To increase video brightness, select a higher
number. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.

Sharpness
Increasing the sharpness level can make the image look sharper, especially
enhancing the object’s edge. Select from the range between 0 to +15. Press <√>
to confirm the new setting.

Contrast
Camera image contrast level is adjustable. Select from the range between -6 to
+19. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
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Saturation
Camera image saturation level is adjustable. Select from the range between -6 to
+19. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
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Hue
Camera image hue level is adjustable. Select from the range between -12 to +13.
Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
6.5.4
Backlight
The Backlight Compensation function prevents the center object from being too dark in
surroundings where excessive light is behind the center object. Select “On” or “Off”. Press
<√> to confirm the new setting.
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6.5.5
Digital Zoom
The camera’s digital zoom is selectable in steps between x2 to x8. Select the desired zoom
or “Off”. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
6.5.6
IR Function
The IR Function setting activates two functions: IR mode, which is the IR Cut (IRC) filter for
electronic day/night operation and, on the CM-4221-10-I and CM-4221-11-I cameras,
activates the IR LED illuminator for use in low-light conditions or at night.
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IR Mode
The day/night IRC switching mechanism operates according to the ambient light
level rather than activation of the IR LED mode. The IR Mode drop-down menu
enables you to select from Auto/On/Off/Smart modes. The default mode is
Smart. Following is an explanation of the four settings:
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Auto Mode-the camera converts from Day mode (color) to Night
mode (monochrome) automatically at nighttime or in low light
conditions. When there is sufficient light, the camera converts
automatically from Night mode to Day mode.
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On-activates IR mode (puts camera into monochrome/Night mode).
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Off-deactivates IR mode (puts camera into color/Day mode).
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Smart-Smart Mode enhances monochrome/Night mode stability when IR
illumination is dominant and keeps the camera from switching between Day
and Night modes. In this mode, the IR Cut filter is on (i.e.
monochrome/Night mode) when the IR LED illuminator also is activated.
This prevents the camera from returning to color/Day mode.
Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
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IR LED
This setting is used in low-light conditions or at night. IR LED lights are turned on
or off, depending on the light sensor. The default mode is “Auto”. Two settings
are available:
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“Auto”-the light sensor operates automatically.
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“Off”-the IR light is always off.
Press <√> to confirm the new setting
NOTE: The IR LED function is available only on CM-4221-10-I and CM-4221-11-I.
6.5.7
WDR Function
The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function is for resolving high contrast or changing light
issues in order to enhance the video display. The WDR is adjustable from “Low”, “Mid” to
“Hi”. Higher level of WDR represents wider dynamic range, so that the camera can capture a
greater scale of brightness. Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
6.5.8
Noise Reduction
The camera provides multiple Noise Reduction options for delivering optimized image quality,
especially in extra low-light conditions. Level options for 3D Noise Reduction (3DNR) include
“Low”, “Mid” and “Hi”. A higher level of 3DNR generates relatively enhanced noise
reduction.
The proprietary Smart Picture Quality (SPQ) video processing method provides clear images
even in a low-light environment and can drastically minimize motion blur. The combination of
SPQ and 3DNR at different levels yields exceptional video performance in various conditions.
Noise Reduction is adjustable from “3DNR Low”, “3DNR Mid”, “3DNR Hi”, “SPQ”, “SPQ +
3DNR Low”, “SPQ + 3DNR Mid”, to “SPQ + 3DNR Hi”. Press <√> to confirm the new
setting.
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6.5.9
TV System
Select the video format that matches your TV system: “25 fps (PAL)” or “30 fps (NTSC)”.
Press <√> to confirm the new setting.
6.6 Logout
By pressing the <Logout> tab in the navigation bar at top of the page, the login window
pops up and enables login with another user name.
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7
Appendix
The following sections are included:
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications
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Appendix B: Internet Security Settings
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Appendix C: Install UPnP Components

Appendix D: Deleting the Existing DC Viewer

Appendix E: Deleting Temporary Internet Files

Appendix F: Contacting DVTel
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Appendix G: Accessories
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7.1 Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Camera
Image Sensor
Effective Pixels
Shutter Speed
Enclosure
Sensitivity
Lens
1/2.7" Progressive CMOS
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
1.0 - 1/10,000
Tamper-resistant surface mount plastic case
0.2 Lux @ F1.2 in color mode; 0.02 Lux in night mode
CM-4221-00
CM-4221-01
CM-4221-10
CM-4221-10-I
CM-4221-11
CM-4221-11-I
Varifocal
F 1.2/f=2.7-9mm
Varifocal
F 1.2/f=2.7-9mm
Motorized
F 1.2/f=2.7-9mm
Lens Type
Operation
Resolution
Video Streaming
Brightness
Exposure
Image
Setting
Sharpness
Contrast
White Balance
Saturation
Hue
Backlight
Compensation
Digital Zoom
WDR
3D Digital
Noise
Reduction
Privacy Mask
(Video Mask)
Audio
Alarm
IR Function
Two-way
Audio
Compression
Input
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080)/SXGA (1280 x 1024)/HD
720p/D1/CIF/VGA/XGA/SVGA
Simultaneous H.264 1080p (25/30 fps) + H.264 D1 (25/30
fps)
Manual
Auto-iris
Auto/Fixed Shutter
Manual
Manual
Manual/Auto/ATW
Manual
Manual
On/Off
Supported (x2 to x8)
On/Off + three levels
On/Off + three levels (with Latitude)
On/Off + six levels (without Latitude)
Web interface: On/Off. Up to five embedded web interfaces
are supported in the streaming video output, but are not
supported by Latitude. In the Latitude interface, the Privacy
Mask is independent of the camera’s on-screen display and
is not embedded.
Day/Night (Auto/On/Off/Smart)
Line out, Line in
G.711/G.726 (not supported by Latitude)
5V 10kΩ pull up
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Photo Relay Output 300V DC/AC
HTTP, FTP, SMTP
English, German, French, Italian, Simplified Chinese,
Traditional Chinese, Russian, and Korean
Analytics
Motion Detection
Regions of Interest
Motion Metadata
Triggered Actions
Tampering Alarm
Network
Interface
Protocol
Password Levels
Security
Internet Browser
User Accounts
Mechanical
Working
IR LED
Distance
Illuminator
(CM-4221Wavelength
10-I/11-I)
LEDs
Power
Ethernet
Connectors
Micro SD
Audio
Alarm
Analog Video
LED Indicator
Weatherproof Standard
Mechanical IR Cut Filter
On/Off, plus sampling pixel interval, detection level,
sensitivity level, and time interval settings.
Web interface: Configurable up to 10 ROI masks.
Latitude interface: Configurable up to six ROI masks.
Streaming and recorded video includes per frame level
motion metadata. Motion metadata is archive searchable by
ROI via the Latitude ControlCenter user interface.
Notifications, On-Event Recording and Relay Output
Command. Includes configurable alarms and broad range of
recording on detection of video and snapshots.
On/Off, plus duration, on-event notification, recording to SD
card, and more are supported as events in Latitude.
10/100Mbps Ethernet, Auto-sensing, Full/Half-Duplex
IPv4/v6, TCP/IP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, HTTP, HTTPS, ICMP, FTP,
SMTP, DHCP, PPPoE, UPnP, IGMP, SNMP, QoS, and ONVIF
User and Administrator
HTTPS, IP Filter, IEEE 802.1x
Internet Explorer (6.0+), Chrome, Firefox, Safari
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50m
850nm
24
3-pin terminal block
RJ-45
SDHC support. Supports up to 32GB MicroSD card (card not
included).
4-pin terminal block with audio input and audio output.
4-pin terminal block with 2-pin alarm input and 2-pin relay
output.
1.0V p-p/75Ω, BNC (continuously enabled)
Power, Link, ACT
IP66 on CM-4221-01, CM-4221-11, and CM-4221-11-I
On CM-4221-01, CM-4221-11, and CM-4221-11-I
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Weight
Power Consumption
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CM-4221-00
CM-4221-01
149 x 131 mm
(5.9 x 5.2 in.)
0.7 kg (1.5 lbs.)
12W including
heater and fan
@12VDC:
-30°C-50°C
@24VAC:
(-22°F-122°F)
-35°C-50°C
-10°C-50°C
with heater and
(-31°F-122°F) with
(-14°F-122°F)
fan
heater and fan
10-90% non-condensing
12VDC/24VAC/PoE
CE-marked, EN55022-1998 Class A, EN55024, FCC Part 15
(Subpart B, Class A) UL, RoHS Compliant
Lifetime covering parts
5W
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Power Source
Regulatory
Warranty
151 x 130 mm
(5.9 x 5.1 in.)
0.8 kg (1.8 lbs.)
CM-4221-10
CM-4221-10-I
CM-4221-11
CM-4221-11-I
151 x 130 mm
(5.9 x 5.1 in.)
0.8 kg (1.8 lbs.)
CM-4221-10: 15.6W
CM-4221-10-I: 18.6W
CM-4221-11: 15.6W
CM-4221-11-I: 18.6W
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7.2 Appendix B: Internet Security Settings
If ActiveX control installation is blocked, either set Internet security level to default or
change ActiveX controls and plug-ins settings.
Internet Security Level: Default
1.) Start Internet Explorer (IE).
2.) From the Command Bar toolbar, click “Tools” and select “Internet Options”
from the menu that appears.
3.) In the <Internet Options> dialog that appears, click the “Security” tab. If not
selected, click
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4.) If the settings are not defined as default, click “Default Level” and move the
Allowed levels for this zone slider to “Medium-high” and click “OK”.
5.) Close all browsers and reopen so that the settings take effect.
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ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins Settings - Creating a Custom Level
1.) From the Command Bar toolbar, click “Tools” and select “Internet Options”
from the menu that appears.
2.) In the <Internet Options> dialog that appears, click the “Security” tab, and if
not selected, click
3.) Click “Custom Level”.
4.) In the dialog that appears, under “ActiveX controls and plug-ins”, set ALL the
following items to “Enable” or “Prompt”.
ActiveX controls and plug-ins
settings:
a. Automatic prompting for ActiveX
controls
b. Binary and script behaviors
c. Download signed ActiveX controls
d. Download using ActiveX controls
e. Initialize and script ActiveX not
marked as safe
f. Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins
g. Script ActiveX controls marked safe
for scripting
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5.) Click “OK” to accept the settings and close the <Security> screen.
6.) Click “OK” to close the <Internet Options> screen.
7.) Close the browser window and restart IE again to access the camera.
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7.3 Appendix C: Install UPnP Components
Follow the instructions below to enable UPnP so that the camera can be discovered and
displayed in Network locations under Other Devices:
To Enable UPnP Discovery
1.) Click
(Start) and select “Control Panel”.
2.) Click on “Network and Internet”.
3.) Click on “Network and Sharing Center”
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4.) Click on “Change Advanced Sharing Settings”.
5.) Expand the Home or Work node, select “Turn on network discovery” and click
“Save Changes”.
Note: Network discovery requires that the DNS Client, Function Discovery Resource
Publication, SSDP Discovery, and UPnP Device Host services are started, that
network discovery is allowed to communicate through Windows Firewall, and that
other firewalls are not interfering with network discovery.
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To check that the UPnP Device Host services are running
1.) Click
(Start) and type in the “Search programs and files” field “services”
and then select “Services” from the displayed Programs. The <Services manager>
dialog box appears.
2.) In the <Services manager> dialog box, scroll down the list to UPnP Device Host
and verify that it shows the status “Started”. If “Started” is not displayed, rightclick on your mouse and select “Start” from the shortcut menu.
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7.4 Appendix D: Deleting the Existing DC Viewer
Users who have previously installed the DC Viewer in the PC should first delete the existing
DC Viewer from the PC before accessing the camera.
To delete a legacy DC Viewer
1.) Click
Start and select “Control Panel”.
2.) In the Control Panel, click “Uninstall a program”.
3.) From the installed program list, select “DCViewer” and then, on the banner bar,
click “Uninstall”.
4.) If prompted to confirm the Uninstall, click “Yes”.
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7.5 Appendix E: Deleting Temporary Internet Files
To improve browser performance, we recommend cleaning up the all the files in the
Temporary Internet Files. The procedure is as follows:
To delete temporary Internet files
1. In Internet Explorer (IE), from the Command Bar toolbar, click “Tools” and
select “Internet Options” from the menu that appears.
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2.) In the Internet options dialog, click “Delete”. In the Delete Browser History dialog
that appears, select “Temporary Internet files”. Deselect “Cookies” and
“History” if you want to keep this data. Then click “Delete”.
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7.6 Appendix F: Contacting DVTel
DVTel, Inc. is a multiple award-winning market leader in the development and delivery of
intelligent security solutions over IP networks. We provide unified solutions that leverage
existing network infrastructure, while providing unmatched levels of flexibility, scalability,
cost-effectiveness—all backed by superior customer support.
To contact us:
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
DVTel, Inc.
65 Challenger Road
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
USA
Tel: 201.368.9700
Fax: 201.368.2615
Order Fax: 201.712.0343
[email protected]
ANZ AND THE PACIFIC ISLANDS
DVTel
37 Victoria Street
Henley Beach SA 5022
Australia
Tel: +61 8 8235 9211
Fax: +61 8 8235 9255
Mobile: +61 419 850 166
[email protected]
ASIA PACIFIC REGION
DVTel
111 North Bridge Road, #27-01/02
Peninsula Plaza,
Singapore 079098
Tel :+65 6389 1815
Fax: +65 6491 5660
[email protected]
EMEA
DVTel UK LTD.
7 Lancaster Court
Coronation Road
High Wycombe
HP12 3TD
England
Tel: +44 (0) 1494 430240
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To request the latest versions of firmware and software or to download other product-related
documents, visit http://www.dvtel.com/support. If you have obtained a login go to our
support gateway. For assistance, email us at [email protected] or phone 1-888-DVTEL77.
7.7 Appendix G: Accessories
The following accessories are available from DVTel for installation of your Quasar CM-4221
Series IP Mini-dome Camera. For more information on available options, contact your DVTel
sales representative or visit www.dvtel.com to request details on where to get the
accessories you need.
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Name
CM-RCSD-0
Description
CM Series Mini-dome Recessed
Mount
CX-TRIA-0
CM Series Mini-dome Corner
Mount
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Name
CM-CAPX-0
Description
CM Series Mini-dome Pendant
Mount
CX-ARMX-0
Short Arm Bracket
CX-ARMX-1
Long Arm Bracket
CX-CRNR-0
Corner Bracket fits CX-ARMX-0
and CX-ARMX-1.
CX-F125-0
1 1/4" Pole Mount Adaptor
adapts all pendant cameras to
1-1/4" male pipe threads.
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Name
CX-F150-0
Description
Adapts all pendant cameras to
1-1/2" male pipe threads.
CX-F150-1
Pendant Mounting Adapter Ring
adapts all pendant cameras to
common legacy 1-1/2" female
pipe mounts. Fits DVTel legacy
mounts and many others.
CX-PIPE-0
Short Pipe straight tube (9.8")
for pendant mount
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Name
CX-PIPE-1
CX-PLBX-0Pole-Mount
Box
150
Description
Long Pipe straight tube (19.7")
for pendant mount.
Pole-Mount Box fits CX-ARMX-0
and CX-ARMX-1.
Image
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Name
CX-POLE-0
CX-WLBX-0
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Description
Pole-Mount Bracket fits CXARMX-0 and CX-ARMX-1.
Wall Mount Box fits CX-ARMX-0
and CX-ARMX-1.
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