null  User manual
Full HD / 2M Real Time D&N
Fixed Indoor IR
Dome IP Camera
User Manual
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CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN!
CAUTION :
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DO NOT OPEN COVERS (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
It is advised to read the Safety Precaution Guide through carefully before
operating the product, prevent any possible danger.
WARNING: This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated “dangerous
voltage”.
CAUTION: This symbol is intended to alert the user to presence of important operating and
maintenance (Servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and
other European countries with separate collection systems).\
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to
conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product. The power cord is the main power connection. Therefore, constantly plug and unplug of
the power cord might result in malfunction of the product.
CE / FCC Mark.
This apparatus is manufactured to comply with radio interference requirement.
Do not install the product in an environment where the humidity is high.
Unless the product is waterproof or weatherproof, otherwise it can cause the image quality to be
poor.
Do not drop the product or subject them to physical shocks.
Except for vandal-proof or shockproof product, otherwise it will result malfunctions to occur.
Never keep the product to direct strong light.
It can damage the product.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product.
If it gets wet, wipe it dry immediately. Alcohol or beverage can contain minerals that corrode the
electronic components.
℃ ~ 50℃.
Do not expose to extreme temperatures.
Use the product at temperatures within 0
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Table of Contents
Physical Description ..................................................................................................... - 5 Quick Installation......................................................................................................... - 7 Software Installation ...................................................................................................- 11 1. User Login ............................................................................................................... - 17 2. Live View Page........................................................................................................ - 18 2.1 Video Type............................................................................................................. - 18 2.2 Source .................................................................................................................... - 18 2.3 Protocol Type ........................................................................................................ - 18 2.4 Utility ..................................................................................................................... - 19 2.5 Light Status ........................................................................................................... - 20 3. Setting...................................................................................................................... - 21 3.1 Network Setting .................................................................................................... - 22 3.1.1 Basic Setting....................................................................................................... - 22 3.1.2 Advanced Setting ............................................................................................... - 23 3.1.3 Service Setting ................................................................................................... - 25 3.2 Camera Setting ..................................................................................................... - 32 3.2.1 Camera Setting .................................................................................................. - 32 3.2.2 Streaming Setting .............................................................................................. - 38 3.2.3 Event Record ..................................................................................................... - 40 3.3 Alarm ..................................................................................................................... - 41 3.4 User Management................................................................................................. - 42 3.5 Backup Device ...................................................................................................... - 43 3.6 System.................................................................................................................... - 45 3.6.1 Basic Setting....................................................................................................... - 45 3.6.2 Advanced Setting ............................................................................................... - 45 3.6.3 Time Setting ....................................................................................................... - 47 3.6.4 DST (Daylight Saving Time)............................................................................. - 48 Appendix A – Upgrade Firmware at Local Device ................................................. - 49 Appendix B – iPhone 3GPP View ............................................................................. - 50 Appendix C – Android Phone 3GPP View............................................................... - 56 Appendix D – Specifications...................................................................................... - 50 -
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Product Feature
2 Megapixel image; resolution is up 1920x1080.
Support H.264 / MJPEG codec, video quality is adjustable, video type can be divided into
H.264_1
、H.264_2(3GPP) and MJPEG
Support G.711 codec, two ways audio is supported.
Support high performance network transmission algorism, provide low-latency video and
audio stream.
Support event and schedule recording.
Support multiple events search (alarm and motion) for basic and intelligent playback.
(Function is provided by bundle software)
Support motion detection; detection area and sensitivity are adjustable.
Support multiple alarm and event trigger.
Video stream bit rate, frame rate and resolution are adjustable.
Multi-language supported.
Support multi-level password and protection in order to provide the highest security.
Support Micro SD Card, Local-flash or external USB storage media for pre-event and
post-event recording image data, support for remote backup video files.
Support remote setup, live view, recording, snapshot, ftp and firmware upgrade by web page
or bundled software.
Provide SecuUtility for searching and network setting up supportive device in LAN.
Network protocol supported: HTTP, UPnP, DNS, DDNS, RTSP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP over
HTTP, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE, FTP, NTP, SMTP, Bonjour, Multi-Casting.
Support auto re-connecting after network or power shortage.
Free bundle 32 channel surveillance software. Support maximum 32 channels live view and
16 channels playback simultaneously.
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Physical Description
Inside Overlook
NTSC/ PAL Switch
Please switch video out source to NTSC or PAL at pin 1. Switch left for PAL video output;
switch right for NTSC video output.
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4
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3
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2
PAL NTSC 1
RESET
When system is frozen, please press the reset button and keep it depressed for 5 seconds, after
the power light is blinking, then release the reset button, the system will finish rebooting
procedure in one minute. When the power light is on; the device is booted up successfully.
Video Out
Slot for video out connector. User can find a BNC connector in product package.
Audio Out
Slot for audio out connector. User can find a RCA connector in product package.
Micro SD
Support Micro SD card, the maximal capacity could be up to 32 GB. Device doesn’t support
Micro SD hot swapping, please reboot system after insert or remove Micro SD card.
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Alarm I/O
To connect external alarm I/O devices, please refer to below for Alarm I/O pin definition. User
can find a 4 pin connector in product package.
○
○
○
○
COM
DO
DI
GND
COM: connect point that corresponds to alarm in.
DO: connect to alarm output.
DI: connect to alarm input.
GND: ground wire.
Exterior View
Lighting Status
Orange Lighting (O)
Network status lighting. Lighting off indicates there is no network connection.
Green Lighting (G)
Light function reserved.
Red Lighting (R)
When power lighting on means device boots up successfully; power lighting off means
there is no power input. Power lighting blinking means device operation system is being
loaded or hardware resets.
Microphone
Built-in microphone.
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Quick Installation
Basic Connection
(1) Connect the 12V DC adaptor to the power jack of the IP camera.
(2) Use Ethernet cable to make connection from the Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 socket of IP camera
to the PC.
Network Setting
After completing the basic hardware connection, make sure that the PC and the IP camera IP
address are both in the same network segment. Example: Setup preset IP camera IP to
192.168.100.100 and configure your PC IP address as the figure description below.
:
IP Address:192.168.100.xxx
Subnet Mask:255.255.255.0
Default Gateway:192.168.100.1
※Note
Setup format
xxx address ranges from 1~254, please
avoid using “100” which has been used
by IP camera.
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SecuUtility
(1) Please install SecuUtility from the product CD. (Please refer to chapter 3.3.1 for installation
procedures.)
(2) Start SecuUtility.
(3) After starting SecuUtility, the program will automatically search and display supportive
devices in local LAN.
(4) Choose which device you would like to access, the default IP address on the device is
192.168.100.100
(5) Double click on the IP address, will automatically open the selected device web image.
(6) Please select on the device you would like to modify its setting and click “Modify”.
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Please fill in username and password. (Default username and password is admin/
admin)
User can manually modify system setting: connection type and web port. Please
click “Save” button before complete change.
SecuUtility provides firmware upgrade, please click on firmware upgrade checkbox,
and select new firmware (.bin and .crc) in pop-up window. System will automatically
start firmware upgrade.
Above system setting function only works in firmware version is later than V1.x.x.x. If the
firmware version of the device is not supportive, please notify your system administrator
for firmware upgrade.
(7) Click “Scan” to refresh searching supportive devices in local LAN.
(8) If there is no DHCP server in local LAN, SucuUtility can automatically assign IP address for
connected network device. When SecuUtility searches network device which IP address is
192.168.100.100 in LAN, system will automatically assign an IP address of which is the same
network segment as client PC. To enable this function, please “Enable” on Auto Assign IP
item. Please notice that DO NOT enable this function when there is already a DHCP server in
LAN in case of IP conflict issues.
Device Login
Once you have logged in, you will see a pop-up information bar requiring your attention for
installing ActiveX Control, use mouse right click to install ActiveX control.
Then a window will appear asking you to confirm whether or not you want to install the ActiveX
control. Select “Install”.
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After Active control has been successfully installed, website login page appears on the screen.
Login device with default username and password: admin / admin.
Live view image after successfully login.
If user cannot see video stream with H.264 format, please install FFDshow decode software
from installation CD.
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Software Installation
Please install following software from installation CD.
Install SecuUtility
(1) Click Install SecuUtility Tool
(2) Click Next.
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(3) Select Installation Folder.
(4) Confirm Installation, please click Next.
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(5) Installation complete, please click Close to exit.
Install Secu Series Documents
(1) Click Install Documents.
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(2) Click Next.
(3) Select Installation Folder.
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(4) Confirm Installation, please click Next.
(5) Installation complete, please click Close to exit.
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Recommended Computer Equipment
CPU
RAM
Audio Card
Intel® Core 2 Due E7200 or above
1GB or above
Needed
Windows 2000, Windows XP SP2 and
above, Windows Vista, Windows 7
IE6 SP2 and above
Operation System
Browser
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System Configuration
1. User Login
One minute after the device is powered on, please start SecuUtility. The program will
automatically search and display supportive devices in local LAN. Please click on the device you
would like to access, and then enter login page of the device.
Login device with default username and password: admin / admin.
User can switch to preferred language to login system. Also, device information such as MAC
address and hardware and software version, displays in login page.
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2. Live View Page
2.1 Video Type
Video type can be divided into H.264_1
、H.264_2(3GPP) and MJPEG.
2.2 Source
Device receive single camera source. This item is unchangeable.
2.3 Protocol Type
Select image streaming transmission protocol.
RTSP/ TCP
Choose this item while the network is under low bandwidth. Video and audio streaming
transmits through network TCP layer.
RTSP/ UDP
Choose this item to get smooth live streaming. Video and audio streaming transmits
through network UDP layer.
※NOTE:
(1) When the network environment is not in LAN, please choose RTSP/TCP protocol type to
obtain image.
(2) RTSP / UDP protocol is not applicable for different network segments.
RTSP over HTTP
Video and audio streaming transmits through network TCP layer via HTTP port.
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2.4 Utility
Zoom In
Click on the button to zoom in image. Image can zoom 8 times for maximum. To return
back to normal image size, please click on zoom out button.
Zoom Out
Click on the button to zoom out image. The button has no effect when the image has
back to original size.
Stretch
When image resolution greater than 720x480, click on the icon to adjust image size to
720x480. To return back original size, please click on the button again.
Full Screen
Click on the button or double click on the image, the full screen mode will be activated.
Double click on the image can return to standard mode.
Snapshot
Click on the button, the image will be snapshoot, all image taken will be stored in
default path., regarding the default path, please see chapter 3.6.2. (Advanced setting)
Recording
Click on the button to start recording. Record file will be stored in default path.
Regarding the default path, please see chapter3.6.2. (Advanced setting) Recording file
is cut every 5 minutes; when the remaining space is less than 1GB or system setting is
changed, recording will automatically stop.
Stop Recording
Click on the button to stop recording.
Audio
Click on the button to play audio; click again to stop playing.
Broadcast
Click on the button to start broadcast, click again to stop broadcasting.
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PTZ
Click on the button to start PTZ control panel, click again to hide the panel. Before
operating this panel, please make sure that the DigitalZoom function is enabled; please
refer to chapter 3.1.3 3.2.1 for detail. Right-click on the control panel to display quick
menu, select the digital zoom mode for control image direction.
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Direction Control
Control the angles and direction of image, with up, down, left, right, up left, up right, down
left, and down right. Press a direction button; Image will rotate in this direction until
releasing the button. The middle button is for back to home.
2.5 Light Status
The lights from left to right are recording, audio and broadcast function status.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Recording Status
It is off by default, click on recording button, light will keep flashing; click on stop
recording button, light will be off.
(2) Audio Status
It is off by default; click on audio button to enable audio function, light will keep
flashing; click on the audio button again, light will be off.
(3) Boradcast Status
It is off by default; click on broadcast button to enable broadcast function, light will
keep flashing; click on the broadcast button again, light will be off.
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3. Setting
Click on Setting” on the top right corner of the web page to configure the device, click on
“LiveView” to return back to live view image.
Click Setup
Click LiveView
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3.1 Network Setting
3.1.1 Basic Setting
IP Address Setting
User can setup device IP address.
DHCP
Click on enable to activate DHCP; the device will get IP address from DHCP server.
IP Address
Enter IP address for the device.
Subnet Mask
Enter a subnet mask of the device, If IP address of this device is changed, adjust the
subnet mask accordingly.
Gateway
Enter the IP address of the gateway (the router).
Primary DNS
Define the primary DNS server IP address. This is used for identifying this device by
name instead of IP address.
Secondary DNS
The IP address of the secondary DNS server; it will be used once the primary DNS server
fails.
PPPoE Setting
Connect the device to internet by PPPoE through ISP.
PPPoE
Click on enable to activate PPPoE function.
User Name
Enter the user name of the ISP account.
Password
Enter the password of the ISP account.
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Web Port Setting
Setup device web port number, default is 80. To change to another port number, take 8080
for instance, set hyperlink format as below:
http://192.168.100.100:8080
Do not duplicate web port with advanced ports. Recommended setting range is from 1000 to
65535.
MTU
MTU, Maximum Transmission Unit, is the value that transmitting package that can pass
through network protocol. Set this value to prevent data unable to deliver during cross
network domain or insufficient bandwidth environment.
3.1.2 Advanced Setting
When image protocol type is set as RTSP/ UDP, below advanced ports will use to transmit video
and audio streaming.
Start Port
Define the RTSP/UDP ports segment of the device. Setting range starts from 2001 to 65530.
Port 12004 shall be retained. RTSP/UDP ports only set as continuous port numbers. Except
start port and 3GPP serial ports, the other ports are set automatically by system.
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Event Port
Port for sending event message (alarm and motion detection).
Broadcast Port
Port for broadcasting audio stream.
FTP Port
Port for transferring files to client PC.
Video H.264 RTP Port
RTP port for sending video stream of H.264 media session.
Video H.264 RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending video stream of H.264 media session.
Audio H.264 RTP Port
RTP port for sending audio stream of H.264 media session.
Audio H.264 RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending audio stream of H.264 media session.
Video MJPEG RTP Port
RTP port for sending video stream of MJPEG media session.
Video MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending video stream of MJPEG media session.
Audio MJPEG RTP Port
RTP port for sending audio stream of MJPEG media session.
Audio MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending audio stream of MJPEG media session.
Video 3GPP RTP Port
RTP port for sending video stream of 3GPP media session.
Video 3GPP MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending video stream of 3GPP media session.
Audio 3GPP MJPEG RTP Port
RTP port for sending audio stream of 3GPP media session.
Audio 3GPP MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending audio stream of 3GPP media session.
※Please click on Save button to finish configuration.
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3.1.3 Service Setting
DDNS Setting
DDNS
Enable this item to activate DDNS function.
Server
Select DDNS service system: dyndns.org or dhs.org, please access the DDNS websites
below to apply for DDNS service.
http://www.dyndns.com
http://www.dhs.org
Host Name
Host name that user register for the device in DDNS website.
User Name
Username that user register in DDNS website.
Password
Password that user register in DDNS website
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SMTP Setting
Please fill in SMTP setting if alarm is set to trigger Email warning.
Sender Address
Fill in sender E-mail address.
Number
Select a sequence number to identify recipient e-mail address.
Recipient Address
Fill in recipient E-mail addresses.
User Name
Username that user uses to access SMTP server.
Password
Password that user uses to access SMTP server.
Mail Server Address
Fill in SMTP server address.
Server Port
Fill in the server port, default port is 25.
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RTSP Setting
Setup RTSP port and ports for RTSP/UDP multicast.
RTSP/UDP, RTSP/TCP
RTSP Port
RTSP streaming port, port number is 554(unchangeable).
RTSP/UDP Multicast
Status
Enable this item to start multi-cast streaming. Due to system limitation, live view can only
see multicast streaming when this function enable. Notice that if more than one network
device in LAN use multi-cast function, please change multi-cast IP address or port
numbers to prevent network package conflict.
IP Address
Fill in Multicast IP address.
Video H.264 RTP Port
RTP port for sending video stream of H.264 media session.
Video H.264 RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending video stream of H.264 media session.
Audio H.264 RTP Port
RTP port for sending audio stream of H.264 media session.
Audio H.264 RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending audio stream of H.264 media session.
Video MJPEG RTP Port
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RTP port for sending video stream of MJPEG media session.
Video MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending video stream of MJPEG media session.
Audio MJPEG RTP Port
RTP port for sending audio stream of MJPEG media session.
Audio MJPEG RTCP Port
RTCP port for sending audio stream of MJPEG media session.
Live View Video Stream with QuickTime
Please follow the steps below to live view video stream with QuickTime:
Starts QuickTime.
Select File and then open URL from the function bar. Please enter IP address of
the device in the pop-up window. Different video type has different link.
When Multicast status is disabled, RTSP link as following the way:
Connecting H.264 image, please fill in rtsp://IP address/h264
Connecting MJPEG image, please fill in rtsp://IP address/mjpeg
When Multicast status is enabled, RTSP link as following the way:
Connecting H.264 image, please fill in rtsp://IP address/h264m
Connecting MJPEG image, please fill in rtsp://IP address/mjpegm
Please follow below procedures to setup QuickTime while the QuickTime version is later
than 7.5.5 and not able to view live image. Select Edit > Preferences > QuickTime
Preferences; click Advanced tag and disable “Enable Direct3D video acceleration” item.
Video View Mode
3GPP
Enable the service, you can connect the camera on mobile phone to view video.
When you enable this service, the resolution will increase H.264_2 choices.
Please input below link on stream player of your mobile phone.
rtsp://IP address/3gpp
When modifying a non-554 RTSP port number, please add the port number to the
connection address field, address format as shown below:
rtsp://IP address:Port/3gpp
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Digital Zoom
Enable digital zoom function, image resolution will be 1920x1080, image size default
value is 352x240. To modify the image size, please follow the setup as follow: [camera]
→ [Digital Zoom]
UPnP Setting
Enable this function to open UPnP service. Device can be found in “My network places”.
FTP Setting
Please fill in FTP setting if alarm is set to trigger recording file upload to FTP server.
FTP Server
Fill in FTP server address.
FTP Port
FTP port number, default port is 21.
User Name
Username that user uses to access FTP server.
Password
Password that user uses to access SMTP server.
Motion Path
Fill in FTP server provides file upload path.
AlarmIn Path
Fill in FTP server provides file upload path.
※ In above path fields, [/] means root directory path that provided by remote FTP server;
[pathname] means saving files under ‘pathname’ folder. If the folder hasn’t existed, system
will create it automatiocally.
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Utility Protocol
Define which protocol that device uses for sending message to SecuUtility. Default is set as
Bonjour mode.
Protocol
Select protocol type as Bonjour or Broadcast.
Bonjour
Send camera existing message to request clients. Use can manually modify camera
setting through SecuUtility with this protocol.
Broadcast
Send camera existing message to every client. Use can only get camera information
through SecuUtility but unable to change setting.
Multi-cast IP
Multi-cast IP address for selected protocol. This value is unchangeable.
Multi-cast Port
Multi-cast port for selected protocol. This value is unchangeable.
ONVIF
Device supports transmitting stream through ONVIF protocol. After enable this service,
integrated software can connect to the device by standard ONVIF protocol.
Status
Enable this item to start ONVIF service of the device.
Multi-cast IP
Multi-cast IP address for ONVIF. This value is unchangeable.
Multi-cast Port
Multi-cast port for ONVIF. This value is unchangeable.
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HTTPS Setting
Select “Enable” to open the HTTPS protocol. Web connection is mandatory to HTTPS
protocol. Default port is 443.
Connection applying HTTPS protocol, the connection address is as follows:
https://IP address
When modifying a non-443 HTTPS port number, please add the port number to the
connection address field, address format as shown below:
https:// IP address: port number
QoS Setting
QoS service is available to image, audio, event, and management functions, default
value is 0 (DSCP Setup Range: 0 to 63). To apply this feature, please also refer to the
QoS settings of the relative network devices.
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3.2 Camera Setting
3.2.1 Camera Setting
Title
Define the camera name, the characters can be Arabic alphabet 0~9, capitalized or
non-capitalized English alphabet, and symbol“-”, “_”and“.”. The maximum inputs are 20
characters.
Sound Record
Enable audio function while recording.
Audio Source
Select audio source is Line-in or Microphone.
(1) Line-in: Select the audio source with linear-level receive audio devices, such as
amplifiers devices.
(2) Microphone: Select built-in microphone for audio source.
Motion Detection
Set up motion detection area. While motion is triggered, the selected trigger action will start
working. Motion trigger interval is 10 seconds, continuous trigger is available. Please notice
that motion detection is not working when pre-event and post-event recording is set to 0
second.
There are three color blocks for setting motion detection area: red, green, and blue. Select
the designate color block to define detection area.
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Status
Enable this item to activate motion detection.
Sensitivity
Select motion detective sensitivity. Adjustable range is from 0 to 10, insensitive to
sensitive.
Alarm out
Enable to trigger alarm out while motion is detected.
Log
Enable to store log in backup device while motion is detected.
E-mail
Enable to send E-mail with snapshot while motion is detected.
FTP
Enable to upload event recording files to FTP site while motion is detected.
Save to
Enable to save snapshot and event recording files to Micro SD Card / Local Flash while
motion is detected. Available storages are [None / SD Card / Local Flash]. Please notice
that choosing storage none means no files will be saved.
Delete
Click the button to delete the designated color detection rectangle.
Select All
Click the button to enable full area detection.
Clear All
Click the button to clear selected detection area.
※ Please click on “Save” button to save settings and click on “Close” button to finish. It
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takes 10 seconds to overwrite the new setting into system file; any operation needs to wait for
10 seconds.
Privacy Area
Define privacy area to hide blocks from monitoring. Please notice that motion in privacy
area can’t be triggered.
Privacy Rect.
Select rectangle color and select range on image to define privacy area.
※The motion can’t enable in privacy area .
Delete
Click the button to delete privacy of chosen rectangle color.
Clear All
Click the button to clear all privacy areas.
※ Please click on “Save” button to save settings and click on “Close” button to finish.
Privacy setting area is related to image resolution, to avoid position inaccuracy, please set up
privacy rectangle after setting resolution.
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Image
Image Color
Select image color in color or memo.
Brightness
Adjust image brightness parameter; the higher the value, the brighter the image.
Saturation
Adjust image saturation parameter; the higher the value, the more saturate the image.
Contrast
Adjust image contrast parameter; the higher the value, the higher the contrast of image.
Hue
Adjust video hue parameter, the smaller the value, the bluer the video is; reversely,
the higher the value is, the redder the video is.
Sharpness
Adjust image sharpness parameter; the higher the value, the shaper the image.
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Scene Mode
Select scene mode to choose ICR(IR Cut Filter Removable) switch mode. Default
setting is Auto mode.
Auto: ICR switches automatically by light sensor detection. In low light condition,
ICR switches to night mode; live image turns to mono color as well.
OFF: ICR keeps at day mode regardless of scene change. IR lights are disabled
either.
Camera Mode
Select camera mode to adjust shutter speed and gain control. Default is General mode.
General mode: Adjust shutter speed or gain control. User can adjust the value by
different shooting range.
De-flicker mode: shutter speed is fixed at 1/30 second to decrease external
environment that caused by the flicker.
Shutter Speed
Shutter speed setting range is from 1/7.5~1/10000 second. The faster the shutter speed,
the dimmer the image is. Likewise, the slower the shutter speed, the brighter the image
is.
Maximum Shutter Speed
Maximum shutter speed setup under manual mode, adjustment range: 1/7.5~1/10000
Minimum Shutter Speed
Minimum shutter speed setup under manual mode, adjustment range: 1/30~1/10000
※Camera shutter speed is various between maximal and minimal shutter speed.
Gain Control
Default gain control level is 12. The setting value means the maximal gain control level,
which means the gain level is various between 0 to the setting value. Adjust level is
from 0 to 24db.
Flip
Enable to flip over image. System needs to reconnect stream to refresh preview window.
Before clicking save button, system would not reconnect the stream.
Mirror
Enable to mirror image. System needs to reconnect stream to refresh preview window.
Before clicking save button, system would not reconnect the stream.
Default
Click the button to restore default value of image parameters. Please notice this setting
applies without click “Save” button.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings and click on “Close” button to finish.
OSD (On Screen Display)
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Real Time OSD
Display OSD on live view image.
Display Items
Select display items: camera title, and frame per second of live view image.
Position
Select placement for OSD: Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left and Bottom-Right. Please
note that when choose the position as Top-Right, the real time OSD may cover
recording OSD.
Color
Select OSD font color: White, Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, and Magenta.
Background Color
Select OSD background color: White, Black, and Transparency.
Transparency
Enable this item to make OSD transparent.
Recording OSD
Display OSD on record files.
Date/Time
Enable to display system date and time on recording OSD.
Title
Enter desired title and select Enable to display title on the recorded video image.
Maximal word length is 16 characters.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings and click on “Close” button to finish.
Digital Zoom
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Enable digital zoom viewing mode, and adjust image size of the digital zoom.
Digital Zoom Setup
Width
When digital zoom is applied, the width of the screen is adjustable (Setup Range: 352
~ 1280).
Hight
When digital zoom is applied, the height of the screen is adjustable (Setup Range: 240
~ 720).
After the above setup has been completed, click “Save” and “Close” to complete
the setup.
3.2.2 Streaming Setting
Encoding Mode
Select encoding mode for stream: VBR (Variable Bit Rate) or CBR (Constant Bit Rate).
VBR mode transmit stream with variable bit rate according to the variation of image, the
maximal bit rate consuming will still be under the set bit rate.
CBR mode transmit stream with constant bit rate.
Video Type
System provides three video type streams: H.264_1, H.264_2 and MJPEG.
Resolution
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H.264 and MJPEG each have corresponding adjustable resolution, please refer to below
table.
H.264
MJPEG
3GPP
640 x 480
640 x 480
320 x 192
720 x 480
720 x 480
320 x 240
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
640 x 480
1280 x 960
1280 x 960
1920 x 1080
None
When 3GPP service disables, image options is switching as below resolution.
H.264
640 x 480
720 x 480
1280 x 720
1280 x 960
1920 x 1080
None
MJPEG
640 x 480
720 x 480
1280 x 720
1280 x 960
None
1920 x 1080
Bitrate
Bit rate for image stream, the higher the value, the more delicate the image is.
For different image format and resolution, different adjustment ranges are:
H.264_1
32K~ 8M
MJPEG
1M~ 8M
32K~ 1M
H.264_2(3GPP)
→
→
→
※ Adjustment range of MJPEG bit rate changes by different resolution.
FPS
Frame rate for H.264 stream. Setting range is from 1 to 30; the more frame rate per
second, the smoother the image stream.
Under the default bit rate, 4M, all resolution can reach 30 fps. 3GPP can reach average 30
fps under bit rate 1Mbps.
Base on different network environment, frame rate of camera may be different. Above
description is used for reference only.
Quality
Image quality of MJPEG video type. Setting range is from 1 to 5; the higher the value is
the better image quality would be.
Base on different resolution, using bandwidth, bitrates and quality, the image FPS may be
different. The following chart is giving a reference FPS value for single connection of
device.
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Bit Rate
8M
4M
2M
15~30 (fps)
10~30
10~25
8~20
5~20
8~15 (fps)
3~15
3~10
2~10
2~8
3~5 (fps)
1~5
1~3
1~3
0~3
Quality
1
2
3
4
5
3.2.3 Event Record
Define pre-event and post-event recording duration for event record files. Event video
recording file as AVI format, that don't need via video converter to play.
Pre-event Recording (sec.)
Select pre-event recording duration; setting range is from 0 to 10.
Post-event Recording (sec.)
Select post-event recording duration; setting range is from 0 to 10.
The corresponding set recording duration, please refer to below table.
Pre-event
Post-event
H.264
MJPEG
Recording
Recording
640 x 480
640 x 480
10
10
720 x 480
720 x 480
10
10
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
3
3
1280 x 960
1280 x 960
3
3
1920 x 1080
None
0
0
None
1920 x 1080
0
0
※Note that event will not be triggered when pre-event and post-event recording duration
both are set to 0.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings.
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3.3 Alarm
Alarm setting is similar to motion detection setting. The difference is that alarm doesn’t repeat
trigger action for the same event.
Alarm In/ Out Mode
Select alarm mode to setup alarm event trigger On/ Off.
Status
Enable this item to activate alarm trigger.
Alarm Out
Enable to trigger alarm out while alarm is triggered.
Log
Enable to store log in backup device while alarm is triggered.
E-mail
Enable to send E-mail with snapshot while alarm is triggered.
FTP
Enable to upload event recording files to FTP site while alarm is triggered.
Save to
Enable to save snapshot and event recording files to Micro SD Card / Local Flash
while alarm is triggered. Storage can be divided into [None / SD Card / Local Flash].
Please notice that choosing storage none means no files will be saved.
External IR illuminator control mode
External IR illuminator is triggered by alarm in. When trigger is on, external IR
illuminator keeps on; image switches to night mode regardless of light sensor detection.
IR illuminator trigger by CDS detection mode
External IR illuminator is triggered by light sensor. When light sensor detects night
mode, external IR illuminometer keeps on; image switches to night mode.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings. It takes 10 seconds to overwrite the
new setting into system file; any operation needs to wait for 10 seconds.
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3.4 User Management
Change Password
Enter the original password and new password, click on “change” button to finish password
change.
Password of operator and guest accounts are not changeable, if user wants to change the
password of operator and guest accounts, please login as administrator or supervisor, and
delete operator or guest account, and create new accounts.
Add User
Enter username and password, select the user group level and click on “add” button. The
maximal users can be set up to 15. The account name characters should follow the restrictions
below:
Enter user name and password; the characters can be Arabic alphabet 0~9,
capitalized or non-capitalized English alphabet, and symbol“-”, “_”and “.”. The
maximum inputs are 32 characters. English upper and lower case are seen as
different character.
Admin is unique. Admin can create supervisor, operator and guest level users. Supervisor
lever users can create operator and guest level users. Operator and guest level users have no
right to add user.
User List
List all users in the table. Click on “Delete” button to delete user.
User Security Level
System provides four levels users; please refer to below table for each level’s permission.
User Level
Administrator
Supervisor
Operator
Guest
Live View
Image
◎
◎
◎
◎
Live View
Utility
◎
◎
◎
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Setting
◎
◎
User
Management
◎
◎
3.5 Backup Device
The system backup device supports Micro SD memory card and local flash. System doesn’t
support hot swapping, please power off camera when insert or remove micro SD card.
Total Capacity
Display the total capacity of the backup device.
Used Capacity
Display the used space of the backup device.
Remaining Capacity
Display free space of the backup device.
Full Action
Setup trigger action item after backup device is full.
Status
Enable this item to activate full action.
Overwrite
Enable to overwrite when backup storage is full. Overwrite function can only overwrite
files that are built by event trigger. Files that create by other methods can’t be
overwritten. Overwrite function works independently, has not related with status enable
or not.
Alarm Out
Enable to trigger alarm out while backup device is full.
Log
Enable to store log in backup device while backup device is full.
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E-mail
Enable to send E-mail with snapshot while backup device is full.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings and click on “Close” button to finish. It
takes 10 seconds to overwrite the new setting into system file; any operation needs to wait
for 10 seconds.
Accessing data in Local Flash
To access data in local flash, use built-in FTP sever to retrieve data. Please open a new widows
explorer and type following information in URL.
ftp://user [email protected] IP address:FTP server port
User Account
Please enter account username with supervisor or administrator authority. And fill in
account password in pop-up window.
Camera IP Address
Please enter the IP address of the connected network camera.
FTP Server Port
Please enter the FTP Server Port for advanced network settings. For more information of
FTP Server Port, please refer to section 3.1.2.
Example: Default camera setting
ftp://[email protected]:12006
Please type above link in URL. There will be a window popping up for password input.
Afterwards, you can see data in local flash.
※ Image and video recording files are created in following folders. Both folders are created
automatically when system boot up, DO NOT delete both folders in case event trigger
action error.
/mnt/local_flash/image
/mnt/local_flash/video
(image files in local flash)
(video recording files in local flash)
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3.6 System
3.6.1 Basic Setting
Host Name
Define the device name. After UPnP function is enabled, the device can be found in My
Network Places. The modified host name will simultaneously display in the SecuUtility.
The input characters can be Arabic alphabet 0~9, capitalized or non-capitalized English
alphabet, and symbol“-”, “_”and “.”. The maximum inputs are 32 characters.
Language
Select preferred language for user interface.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings.
3.6.2 Advanced Setting
System Setting
Firmware Upgrade
Before start firmware upgrade, please put linux.bin and linux.crc in the same folder. To
perform firmware upgrade, click on firmware upgrade button. Choose new firmware
file, linux.bin, and click “Upgrade” button. System will automatically perform
firmware upgrade. The whole process may take about 5 minutes to complete. DO NOT
power off device during firmware upgrade in case system malfunction occur.
For local firmware upgrade, please refer to Appendix A.
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Reboot
Click on the button to reboot the device.
Factory Default
Click on the button to reset the device back to factory default settings.
Default Path
Recording
Select to change saving path of web recording files. Default is at “My Documents”.
Snapshot
Select to change saving path of web snapshot files. Default is at “My Documents”.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings.
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3.6.3 Time Setting
Date
Fill in system date, the format should be: yyyy/mm/dd.
Time
Fill in system time, the format should be: hh:mm:ss (24-hour clock).
Time Zone
Define time zone of current area.
Synchronization
Enable to synchronize time with NTP server every hour.
NTP Server
Fill in NTP server address. User can choose any one of below public NTP servers to use.
time.stdtime.gov.tw
asia.pool.ntp.org
tw.pool.ntp.org
us.pool.ntp.org
europe.pool.ntp.org
oceania.pool.ntp.org
south-america.pool.ntp.org
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings.
■ Synchronize with Local PC
When system does not enable NTP server synchronization, click “Sync now” to synchronize
camera system time as client PC time.
※ System time in this web page can’t refresh automatically, please switch pages to refresh
manually.
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3.6.4 DST (Daylight Saving Time)
DST
Enable this item to activate day light saving function.
Start Date
Fill in the start date of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
Start Time
Fill in the start time of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
End Date
Fill in the end date of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
End Time
Fill in the end time of DST, the format should be: mm/dd.
※Please click on “Save” button to save settings.
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Appendix A – Upgrade Firmware at Local Device
Upgrade newer version firmware to the device, there is another method that you can do at local
device besides the firmware upgrade on website. During the processing, you can tell the status by
lighting. The procedures to upgrade as following:
(1) Turn off the device power supply.
(2) Copy the upgraded firmware file from personal PC to compatible Micro SD
memory card.
(3) Confirm the firmware file which was copied to Micro SD card is as following file:
Firmware file→ linux.bin and upgrade.conf
File name has to be exactly the same as above to upgrade system.
(4) Put the Micro SD card with firmware file to device.
(5) Turn on the device power supply.
System automatically upgrade; it takes 2~3 minutes for system upgrade. During the
process, power lighting continues blinking. After system reboot complete, the power
lighting stays on.
(6) Remove the Micro SD card on device.
Please remove Micro SD card while loading system has completed.
Please make sure the step 6 has been executed, otherwise, the system will upgrade again
while system reboot next time.
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Appendix B – 3GPP on iPhone
※ Before using this function, please enable 3GPP service, set path :
[Setup]→[Network]→[Service].
(1) Please click on the main screen of the App Store icon.
(2) Click "Search" icon.
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(3) Please search "Streamer" application, shown as below picture.
(4) Click "Free" button.
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(5) Please click "INSTALL" button to install the software.
(6) After installation, please click "Streamer" icon.
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(7) Select “Bookmarks” in main menu.
(8) Click ”+” to add 3GPP connection web page to bookmark.
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(9) Type 3GPP connection RTSP URL, then click “Save”. Please make sure RTSP port is
correct. To check RTSP port number, please refer to setting page: [Setup] → [Network] →
[Service] → [RTSP Setting] → [RTSP Port].
(10) Select the bookmark that you create before.
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(11) Live stream will appear in your screen.
(12) Click on the image to see streaming connecting URL.
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Appendix C – 3GPP on Android Phone
※ Before using this function, please enable 3GPP service, set path :
[Setup]→[Network]→[Service].
(1) Click “Market” application icon.
(2) Search "RockPlayer" application.
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(3) Click “RockPlayer Lite”.
(4) Click "Free" button and to install the software.
(5) After installation, start “Internet” application.
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(6) Type 3GPP connection RTSP URL, then click go to icon. RTSP URL format is
rtsp://cmera IP address:rtsp port number/3gpp.
For example, rtsp://220.128.212.189:3800/3gpp.
Please make sure RTSP port is correct. To check RTSP port number, please refer to
setting page: [Setup] → [Network] → [Service] → [RTSP Setting] → [RTSP Port].
(7) Media player will ask for proper streaming player for RTSP streaming, please choose
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“ RockPlayer Lite”.
(8) Live stream will appear in your screen.
(9) Click on the screen to access control tool bar.
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Appendix D – Specifications
Image Sensor
Lens
Shutter Time
Minimum Illumination
IR Distance
Video Compression
Video Streaming
Frame Rate
Flip & Mirror
AGC, AWB, AES
BLC
Privacy Mask
DNR
Audio Compression
2way Audio
Audio In
Audio Out
Ethernet
Protocol
Password Protection
Live Viewing User
Motion Detection
D/I & D/O
Event Notification
Event List
Continuously Recording
Pre-alarm Recording
Post-alarm Recording
Backup Device
SDK
Recording Software
Video Output
RS485
Power
PoE
Dimension (W x H x D)
Weight
Humidity
Operating Condition
GENERAL
1/2.7” Progressive CMOS
Fixed-focal, f=4.2mm, F=1.8
1/7.5-1/10000
0.5Lux @ F1.2 (Color), 0.01Lux @ F1.2 (B/W)
20 M
VIDEO
H.264 & M-JPEG
Triple streaming
1920 x 1080 (Full HD) @ 30fps
1280 x 1024 (SXGA) @ 30fps
1280 x 960 (960p) @ 30fps
IMAGE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes (3 areas)
2D Noise Filter
AUDIO
G.711 (PCM 8KHz 64kbit/s)
Yes
3.5mm Phone jack x 1 / Mic x 1 (built in)
3.5mm Phone jack x 1
NETWORK
10/100 Base T Ethernet (RJ-45)
HTTP, HTTPs,TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE, DDNS, SMTP, FTP
server, FTP client, NTP, Bonjour, QoS,UPnP, RTSP, RTP, RTCP, Multicast
Yes
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EVENT & ALARM
Yes
1&1
Yes
Yes
RECORDING & STORAGE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Micro SD (capacity up to 32G) / Built-in 64MB flash memory
OTHERS
Yes
Free bundle 32 CH recording Software
BNC x 1
Yes
DC 12V
Yes
140 x 140 x 81.3 (mm)
0.5(kg)
0% ~ 90 % RH
0°C~ 50°C
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