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Index
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INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................ 4
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FUNCTION AND FEATURES ............................................................................................ 4
3
APPEARANCE AND INTERFACE .................................................................................... 5
4
5
3.1
APPEARANCE ............................................................................................................... 5
3.2
INTERFACE OF EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................ 5
3.3
INSTRUCTION ................................................................................................................ 6
NETWORK CONNECTING ............................................................................................... 6
4.1
CONNECTION INSTRUCTION ........................................................................................... 6
4.2
VISIT INSTRUCTION ....................................................................................................... 7
VISIT IP CAMERA FROM LAN ......................................................................................... 7
5.1
SET IP ADDRESS .......................................................................................................... 7
5.2
VISIT IP CAMERA .......................................................................................................... 8
5.2.1 Menu column .......................................................................................................... 9
5.2.2 Video Displaying Area........................................................................................... 10
5.2.3 Browse SD Card ................................................................................................... 10
5.2.4 Capture ................................................................................................................. 10
5.2.5 Record ................................................................................................................... 11
5.2.6 Playback ................................................................................................................ 11
5.2.7 The control of Pan/Tilt............................................................................................ 11
5.3
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NOTICE (FOR THE FIRST TIME USE) ................................................................................ 11
VISIT IP CAMERA FROM WAN ...................................................................................... 12
6.1
PORT FORWARDING .................................................................................................... 12
6.2
DDNS ....................................................................................................................... 13
6.2.1 Manufacturer’s Domain Name .............................................................................. 13
6.2.2 Third Part Domain Name ...................................................................................... 13
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OTHER SETTINGS.......................................................................................................... 14
7.1
VIDEO SETTING PAGE ................................................................................................. 14
7.1.1 Image Setting ........................................................................................................ 14
7.1.2 Video Setting......................................................................................................... 14
7.2
NETWORK SETTING PAGE ........................................................................................... 15
7.2.1 Basic Network Setting........................................................................................... 15
7.2.2 Remote Access Setting ........................................................................................ 16
7.3
ALARM SETTING PAGE ................................................................................................ 17
7.3.1 External Alarm Input ............................................................................................. 17
7.3.2 Motion Detection Setting....................................................................................... 17
7.3.3 Alarm Mode Setting .............................................................................................. 18
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7.3.4 Alarm Time Setting ............................................................................................... 19
7.4
ADVANCE SETTING ..................................................................................................... 19
7.4.1 User Management ................................................................................................ 19
7.4.2 Auto Capture Setting ............................................................................................ 20
7.4.3 E-mail Setting ....................................................................................................... 21
7.4.4 FTP Setting ........................................................................................................... 21
7.4.5 Alarm Server Setting............................................................................................. 22
7.4.6 PTZ Setting ........................................................................................................... 22
7.5
SYSTEM SETTING PAGE .............................................................................................. 23
7.5.1 Date and Time Setting .......................................................................................... 23
7.5.2 Default Setting ...................................................................................................... 23
7.5.3 Device Information Checking ................................................................................ 24
7.5.4 System Log Checking ........................................................................................... 25
7.5.5 User browsing Log Checking ................................................................................ 25
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ADVANCED APPLICATION ............................................................................................ 25
8.1
MOBILE PHONE BROWSING .......................................................................................... 25
8.2
OTHER WEB BROWSER VISIT DEVICE ............................................................................ 26
8.3
CENTRE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE ............................................................................. 27
SPECIFICATION .............................................................................................................. 27
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1 Introduction
The IP Camera combines a high quality digital video camera with network connectivity and a
powerful web server to bring clear video to your desktop from anywhere on your local
network or over the Internet.
Your IP Camera package should contain the following items, If any of the listed
items are missing, please contact your reseller from where you purchased the
camera for assistance.
The package includes:
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IP Camera * 1
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IP Camera Utility CD *1
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12V Power Adapter *1
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Cable * 1
2 Function and Features
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32-bits RISC processor and special video encoder which can be up to 3M pixels encoding
performance.
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Support H.264 Main Profile@Level3.0 compression format, bit rate is smaller, and the
image is more clear. It is more convenient for transferring through Internet and save more
storage space.
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D1/CIF/QCIF resolution optional. User can change some specification according to their
demands to satisfy his own visual prefer.
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Support mobile phone watching.
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Support external microphone or line-in audio input signal to send out the live sound.
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Built-in web server, support video view and parameter settings by browser; use one port
to send all the data, it facilitates network setting.
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Infrared LED for night vision covers 40m area, to realize 24 hours monitoring.
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Support UPNP, port forwarding automatically on the router.
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Motion detection to detect environmental situation.
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Alarming record can be stored by email. It also sends alarm info to the alarm server.
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Support three level of user authority.
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Support upgrading online.
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Manufacture provide a free DDNS url, when IP Camera is connected to the internet, this
URL can be used to visit the device.
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Manufacture provides free software, support Multi-view, Long time recording, video replay
etc.
3 Appearance and interface
3.1 Appearance
Figure 1
3.2 Interface of Equipment
Figure 2
1) Power Input Socket
Red connector - Connect DC adaptor, its output should be 12V power specification.
2) RJ45 Ethernet Socket:
Black connector - RJ45 Ethernet socket is 10/100M self-adjust. The equipment can connect
to all kinds of network equipments, such as hub, router, switch, etc.
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3) Audio Input Socket:
White socket is designed for connecting external microphone or line-in audio signal. If
connect with line-in audio signal, you must choose line-in in Audio input mode area .Please
refer to 7.1.
4) Analog signal output Socket:
Yellow Connector – Supply BNC Female connector, use to connect analog signal device.
3.3 Instruction
This device only have 4 socket which list on 3.2 , It don’t support SD card , Audio out ,
External alarm in/out , WITI and 485 port , so the related function can’t be used , we will
not mention the related in the following chapters .
4 Network Connecting
Figure 3
4.1 Connection Instruction
Before visit the IP Camera, you should firstly connect it to the Network, supply the power to it,
and check if the light of RJ45 Socket is normal to make sure all of the communication links
are fluency. The connection method likes as Figure 3.
1)
IP Camera-1 and IP Camera-2 are connected separately to 2 different LANs.
2)
And these 2 LANs are already connected to the Internet. In order to get the LANs to be
connected to the Internet, they are required to be equipped with router and to apply for
the communication link from the local Internet Service Provider (ISP) and connect to it by
ADSL or optical fiber, etc.
3)
PC-3 is connected to the Internet.
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4.2 Visit Instruction
To visit the IP Camera, you should do some settings of IP Camera and Internet besides
getting the communication link fluency.
1) The PC and IP Camera are in the same LAN. If you want to use this PC to visit the IP
Camera, you need to make sure their IP address is at the same segment. Otherwise you
need to do the reset of the IP Camera’s IP address. For example, the IP Camera-1’s IP
address in Figure 3 is 192.168.1.139 (at the segment of 192.168.1), while the PC-1’s IP
address is 192.168.0.175 (at the segment of 192.168.0), then you will be not able to visit
the IP Camera through the PC-1. You need to change the IP Camera-1’s IP address to
192.168.0.139 firstly.
2) The PC and IP Camera are in different LANs, but they are all connected to Internet. For
the IP Camera-1 and PC-2 in Figure 3, if you want to visit IP Camera-1 by PC-2, you
should firstly do the setting as 1) to make sure that you can visit IP Camera-1 through
PC-1 and then do the setting of router-1 (do the port forwarding from the router). The
PC-2’s visit application could be sent through router-1 to IP Camera-1. Normally, PC-2
could only send the information to router-1, if you don’t do the setting of router-1, then
PC-2 could not visit IP Camera-1.
5 Visit IP Camera from LAN
5.1 Set IP Address
The IP addresses of IP Camera and PC should be at the same segment, in Figure 3, the IP
Camera-1 can’t be visited. Run the HSearch_en.exe in the CD, click Search button, and then
select the IP Camera to reset the IP Camera’s IP address, as the Figure 4.
Setting Instruction:
9 Please carefully check the “Local PC information” on the top left corner which lists the
PC configuration. If there are several network adapters in the PC, please select the one
you are using and make sure the IP address of IP Camera is as the same segment of
the PC.
9 Change the content of “IP config” on the right to make sure the content is the same as
“Local PC information”. Only the last section of the IP address which needs setting by
yourself, you can set it as 139 just like Figure 4.
9 If you don’t know how to fill out the content of “IP config”, you could also tick the “Set IP
automatically” to get the IP address from the router automatically (If can’t get IP from
router, the IP Camera will set it to 192.168.0.158 for itself).
9 Put the user name and password into “Authentication” (By default, the user name is:
admin, password is: 123456). Click “Update”. The setting will take effect now. Select
the device in list box, click “Browse” button, it will open the Browser automatically and
pop up a window at the same time which requires to inputting the user name and
password. Then you see the home page of the IP Camera-1, just as below Figure 5.
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Figure 4
If you have the firewall software in your PC, when you run the HSearch_en.exe, it
may pop up a window to say if you want to block this program or not, then you
should choose not to block.
Figure 5
5.2 Visit IP Camera
If you use internet explorer or compatible browser to visit it for the first time, you will be
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required to install the ActiveX before viewing the video. As Figure 5, click “Download ActiveX
(when first use)”. The dialog just as Figure 6 will pop up accordingly. Click “Run”, then it will
download and install the ActiveX automatically.
Figure 6
After the ActiveX installation, click the “Video View” as Figure 5, then you will enter the video
view home page as below Figure 7.
Figure 7
5.2.1 Menu column
There are 2 kinds of menu, one is main menu, the other is submenu. The main menu lies at
the top of the interface, including View, Media, Network, Alarm, Advanced and System;
Submenu lies on the left of the interface, and different main menu is in line with different
submenu.
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5.2.2 Video Displaying Area
The video displaying area is correspond to the resolution, the higher the resolution is, larger
the displaying area will be. If motion detection was set, when it has detected any movements
of the certain area, it will show a pane to call user’s attention.
Figure 8 is status column at the bottom of video displaying area.
Figure 8
1) Displaying how many users are visiting this video.
2) If user has clicked the “Record” button in the Figure 7, here will show “Rec”, means the
video is being recorded. If click the “Record” button again, it will stop recording.
3) Play/Pause Button: Click it for video play or pause video play.
4) File Saving Path Setting: User can click it to browse a file saving path to save the
recorded video and snapshots.
5) Talk-back Button: Click it, and the stereo equipment which was connected to the IP
Camera will play the achieved audio. Click it again, the speaker will stop playing.
6) Audio Play Button: Click it to play the audio getting from IP Camera, click it again, it will
disable this function.
5.2.3 Browse SD Card
When SD Card inserted, click the submenu, the pop-up page will display the content in SD
Card like the Figure 9.
Figure 9
In above figure, text in [ ] is catalog info, click sub catalog to browse the recorded images and
videos. The images will be displayed when you click them and the videos will be downloaded
and played by the video player in user’s computer automatically when click the video.
5.2.4 Capture
Click the “Capture” button, which could take photos for the current video and store the image
at the present path.
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5.2.5 Record
Click “Record” button, which could record the video with audio and store it at the present path.
When recording, there will be an indicated symbol in the status of video display area to show
you it is recording. Click the “Record” button again, and then the record stops.
5.2.6 Playback
Click “Playback” button, it will pop up a player which could play the video stored on your PC
disk.
Figure 10
, these buttons are for play, stop, the previous recorder, the next
recorder, open the recorder file. Please click the button of “open the recorder file” first,
and select the file you want to play, you can playback the recorder.
5.2.7 The control of Pan/Tilt
For the control of PTZ, 485 interface of the equipment must be connected with the PTZ
decoder. Please refer to the7.4.6 part for configuration and make sure the
communication between equipment and PTZ decoder goes well.
In the PTZ control area, the user can control PTZ by click the arrow rotation direction (up,
down, left, right). If the PTZ adopts the pelco-p protocol, click
, it can realize
, it will stop automatic cruise. If the PTZ use other protocols,
automatic cruise, click
it does not support the auto-cruise and stop cruising.
User can click
button when PTZ move to a desired location. When the control of
PTZ rotate to another location, just click on
immediately back to the pre-set position.
Note:
and
button, the PTZ will be moved
are used for zoom, only used in some model.
5.3 Notice (for the first time use)
Please change the following 2 settings when using for the first time:
1) Please refer to the content of part 7.4.1 to change the initial passwords of admin, user,
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and guest. Their initial passwords are respectively “123456”, “user”, “guest”.
2) Refer to the content of part 7.5.1 to set the system time.
6 Visit IP Camera from WAN
6.1 Port forwarding
Follow the “Visit IP Camera from LAN” steps; make sure PC-1 can visit IP Camera-1. In
Figure 3, before the computers in WAN (PC-2, PC-3) can visit the IP Camera-1, must put
the IP Camera -1 into WAN. You can set port forwarding on Router-1 to put IP Camera-1 into
WAN.
Open the Router Setting interface on PC-1. The interfaces for different routers are different,
and the port forwarding settings are different, please refer the router manual to set. For most
routers, “Virtual server” option can be found in setting interface. Fill the IP address and port of
IP Camera-1 into corresponding blank. Figure 11 is an example.
Figure 11
Select “status” option and remember the WAN IP address, enter the IP address in browser of
PC-1, if IP Camra-1 can be visited via PC-1, the port forwarding is success. And PC-2 and
PC-3 can also visit the IP Camera-1.
WAN IP address is allotted by ISP, please make sure it’s an available WAN IP
address. As WAN IP address is lack, many WAN IP address are available in limited
area. If PC-2 and PC-3 are not in this area, the IP Camera-1 won’t be visited by
them.
If user wants to put several IP Cameras into WAN, every device should set the port
forwarding. In order to distinguish these devices, every device should set a
different port. If the port of the device is not 80, should add the port to IP address
with colon to visit the IP Camera. Example: http://202.96.82.177:81.
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6.2 DDNS
In Figure 3, Router-1 get WAN IP address via ADSL, these WAN IP address is always
changing, so, the IP address can’t be confirmed when visit the device in WAN. We need the
dynamic domain name server (DDNS). IP Camera-1 send IP configuration to DDNS every
few time, DDNS can recognize the WAN IP address of the router-1 which connected with IP
Camera-1. The WAN IP address can be searched on DDNS by domain name. Herein,
domain name substitute the dynamic IP address. If the device can’t be visited by IP address,
this domain name is also unavailable.
6.2.1 Manufacturer’s Domain Name
Device manufacturer has established a DDNS, and allotted a dynamic domain name to every
device, the domain name has been integrated into devices when producing. For example,
enter domain name of Figure 12, the browser will connect the device and display the IP
address.
Figure 12
The domain name is realized by forward manner, the domain name will change
into the IP address and port number of the device when visit by domain name.
If the device can be visited by IP address but can’t be visited by manufacturer’s
domain name, please check the DNS info is available or not and make sure the
DNS setting is the same with the DNS setting of PC in LAN.
6.2.2 Third Part Domain Name
User can also use third part DDNS, such as www.3322.org. User should apply a free domain
name from this website and fill the info into the below blanks (Figure 13) and save the
settings. Then the domain name can be used.
Figure 13
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The third party domain name is realized by analysis manner, the domain name will
be displayed in the browser all the time when visit camera. If the port is not 80, the
port number should be add to the domain name with colon.
Example: http://ipcam.3322.org:81
7 Other Settings
7.1 Video Setting Page
7.1.1 Image Setting
Figure 14
Drag the glide bar showed as above Figure 14, user can adjust the brightness, saturation,
contrast, hue.
7.1.2 Video Setting
Figure 15
1) Resolution Adjustment: There are D1、CIF、QCIF three resolution options. The bigger
the resolution is, more clear the image will be. On the other hand the bit rate is bigger and
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takes more bandwidth.
2) Bit Rate Adjustment: User can choose a certain bit rate, generally speaking, the bigger
the bit rate is, the more clear the image will be. Please choose the suitable bit rate
according to your bandwidth. If you select a big bit rate, while the bandwidth is worse, it
will cause the video stream can’t be transferred smoothly, the video quality will be not
perfect too.
3) Max Frame Rate Adjustment: User can choose a certain frame rate, when the
bandwidth is limited, suggest reducing the value. Generally, the video is fluency if the
value is more 15 frames.
4) Bit Rate Control: There are two modes for bit rate control, CBR and VBR. If user
choose CBR mode, the video encoder will encode according to the bit rate you have
selected. If user choose VBR mode, the video encoder will consider to the image quality
and encode according to the bit rated have been selected, but not strictly according to
this bit rate.
5) Mobile Resolution: If using mobile visiting the IP camera, you should set the resolution
of the image send to your mobile. For the bandwidth of the mobile is worse, we suggest
you to select the lower resolution. Please refer to the Part 8 on how to visit the IP camera
using mobile.
6) Audio input mode: If user use microphone, please select “MIC”; if use line-in audio
signal, please select “Line in”.
7) OSD Setting: User can add the equipment’s name and the time on the video page
thorough this setting.
7.2 Network Setting Page
7.2.1 Basic Network Setting
Figure 16
1) LAN Setting: The default setting of this equipment is showed as above Figure 16, user
can change it according to your network environment.
2) HTTP Port: The IP address Identity one IP camera in the network, you can run several
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programs on this equipment, and every program will transfer the data through some port,
in fact data is transferred from one port to another. The port setting of this page is asking
user choose which port to transfer the data for the web server.
3) WIFI Setting: The wireless setting page is showed as below Figure 17, user can click the
“Search” button, it will show you the page telling you the WIFI network it has detected.
Please choose one of it, and the network data will filled in the blanks automatically. (For
example, SSID, encryption algorithm etc). User only needs to fill in the password and
retype the password. After you configured it, you can click the “Check” button to check if
there is any mistake.
Make sure the IP camera you are using is /W model before configuring the WIFI
setting.
Figure 17
If the equipment has been linked to the Ethernet cable, and the WIFI function was
started. The equipment will choose the wire connection with the network first. If the
connect does not work, it will choose WIFI connection. No matter choose Ethernet
cable to connect or WIFI to connect, the IP address and port number of it are the
same.
7.2.2 Remote Access Setting
1) WAN IP Test: Click the “Show” button as above Figure 18, it will show you another new
page displaying the WAN IP address when it is connected to the Internet.
2) Manufacturer’s DDNS and Third Part Dynamic DNS: Please refer to the content of the
part 6.2.
3) UPNP: UPNP stands for universal plug and play, if you started UPNP, once the IP
camera was connected into the LAN, it will communicate with the router of the LAN. It will
request the router to open a port to forward its own port. User doesn’t need to log in the
router to set the port forwarding.
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Before using UPNP function, please make sure the router’s UPNP function has
been triggered. Because there are so many different routers, and not all of them
can support UPNP. Please test if the router work well with the equipment, if not, we
would suggest you don’t enable this function.
Figure 18
7.3 Alarm Setting Page
7.3.1 External Alarm Input
Figure 19 below has listed the external alarm input setting. If the alarm input pins have
connected with an alarm detector, please tick the “External Alarm”, and then you will have
enabled external alarm function. If the external alarm detector is open mode, please tick
“Open”, vice versa.
Figure 19
7.3.2 Motion Detection Setting
If user wants to monitor a certain area’s movement, please select the motion detection to
trigger alarm. The motion detection setting page is showed in Figure 20. This equipment
supports four areas settings. By ticking the options, on the screen, it will show you the area
frame, and the areas are numbered. Using the mouse to drag the area frame, you can
change the position of the frame, and to drag the right bottom corner of frame, you can
change the size of frame. After setting is finished, click “Apply“ button, then the motion
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detection is enabled.
Figure 20
7.3.3 Alarm Mode Setting
When the alarm is triggered, user can adopt several ways to alarm.
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Snapshot a live picture of the site on the SD card.
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Record a 30 seconds long video on the SD card (including 5 seconds long video before
the alarm was triggered).
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Send the recorded video on the SD card to the FTP server (Please enable “save the
video on SD card” function and insert the SD card first).
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Relay on, enable external alarm function and set the time.
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Send alarm info to the alarm server.
¾
Send alarm info to E-mail.
Figure 21
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7.3.4 Alarm Time Setting
Figure 22
IP Camera will trigger alarm only on the time set by Figure 22.
Please adjust the system time first. Refer to Part 7.5.1
7.4 Advance Setting
7.4.1 User Management
There have three level of authority; they are admin/user/guest. Admin have the highest
authority, it can do any change to the settings. User account only can operate the IP camera,
can’t do changes to the settings, and please refers to Figure 24. Guest account only can
watch the video, can’t do any operation to the IP camera, and please refers to Figure 25.
Figure 23
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Figure 24
Figure 25
7.4.2 Auto Capture Setting
Figure 26
Please tick “save picture on the SD card”, the equipment will snapshot every short time (for
example, showed as Figure 26, every 60 minutes)
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7.4.3 E-mail Setting
Figure 27
In Figure 27, the blanks which have been filled with info should be filled. If any info is not filled
right, the setting will fail.
Before setting these parameters, please refer the settings of Outlook Express.
7.4.4 FTP Setting
Figure 28
In order to use FTP function, user should apply username and password on the
FTP server first. And please apply some storage, and the authority to write and
create sub-category into it.
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7.4.5 Alarm Server Setting
Figure 29
Please confirm if you have connected to alarm server. The alarm message format as follow:
GET /api/alarm.asp?
username=username&
userpwd=password&
rea=alarm type (1=Motion Detection, 2 =Alarm from Alarm in port, 3 =Other Type)&
io=0
Alarm server need develop by customer; user can extend other functions on this server,
like SMS, MMS alarm, and mobile phone etc.
7.4.6 PTZ Setting
Before buying the PTZ, please check this device supporting which PTZ protocol (you can
check from Figure 30). Read the manual of PTZ, and set PTZ address, baud rate, data
bit, stop bit, check type in Figure 30.
Figure 30
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7.5 System Setting Page
7.5.1 Date and Time Setting
Figure 31
Please refer to above Figure 31. Select the time zone first. There are three options to set the
time and date. One is manually, another is keeping the same as the time and date on the
computer, and the third one is getting it from the NTP server.
7.5.2 Default Setting
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Figure 32
Reboot button to restart the equipment, if you have set the pre-position, and it will turn
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this position.
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Click “Factory Default” button, equipment will restart and back to all the default settings.
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Click “save”, it will save all the present settings.
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“Restore” part, select the setting file you have saved, click OK, it will recover all the
settings.
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“Upgrade” part, select the firmware file for upgrading, click OK, and you are able to
upgrade the equipment. After the upgrading, equipment will restart. Upgrading took a
little long, please wait patiently. If upgrading is finished, it will show you a message to
remind you.
7.5.3 Device Information Checking
¾
Device ID is set by factory. Every ID is unique
¾
Network Connection status will display “LAN” when connected by wired cable and
display “Wireless LAN” connected by wireless Router.
¾
SD status will remind if SD card inserted and display the free capacity. Click “Browse” to
view the contents in SD card and, “Format SD Card as fat32” to format SD Card and,
“Unplug SD Card” to stop the work of SD Card.
The device supports max 32G SD card. Please format the SD card to FAT32
before use the card on Camera. Please check if the SD Card matches the camera
or not before purchase the SD Card.
Figure 33
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7.5.4 System Log Checking
Figure 34
7.5.5 User browsing Log Checking
Figure 35
8 Advanced Application
8.1 Mobile phone Browsing
The device can be visited via mobile phone when it is connected to internet. Below are t
he visit methods:
1) http://IP:Port/mobile.html or http://IP:Port/wap.wml. The “IP” is the WAN IP address
of the IP Camera or domain name (third party domain name only), if HTTP port is 80
, the “port” of 80 can be omitted. For examples:
http://58.61.54.177:1025/mobile.html
http://58.61.54.177:1025/wap.wml
http://test.3322.org:1025/mobile.html
2) http://Series NO.mobile.nwsvr.com. Only add ".mobile" into factory domain name. F
or example:
http://001acdo.mobile.nwsvr.com
3) http://Series NO.nwsvr.com or third party domain name.
Different mobiles are in line with different visit methods. The first method suits to all the
mobiles; the second one for the intelligent mobile; and the third one only for IPHONE. W
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hen visit the device by the first and second methods, the device will send the pictures by
MJPED compression format to the mobiles. The size of the pictures will be depended o
n the mobile resolution mentioned in 7.1.2. The third method to visit it, the whole operati
on will be the same as visiting by PC.
8.2 Other web browser visit device
Using browser with IE kernel, user must download the Activex. Using other web browser like
Safari or Firefox, it will use Qicktime to play. Safari for example, you can find the player
interface as the below Figure 36.
Figure 36
The software will trigger the QuickTime as player when the browsing interface opened. If
there is no QuickTime in computer, a wizard will pop up to ask user set up the QuickTime.
After set up finished, please click the down right corner and select “Setting”
1) Select “Advanced” option in the pop-up dialog.
2) Select “custom” in “Transmit Setting”, and then select “HTTP”, set the port as device http
port. Then click “OK”
3) Set the “Transmit Setting” in “Auto” Status and click “OK”. Then the device can be visited.
Record, Snap, Record Play and Audio functions are not available in this interface.
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8.3 Centre Management Software
Figure 37
HSView_en.exe is a free software offered by factory, several devices on LAN and WAN can
be browsed at the same time. The software also support snap, video record and so on. The
below Figure 37 is the interface.
For more information, pls. refer the <<HSView User Manual>> in CD.
9 Specification
Item
Image
Capture
Video and
Audio
Sub Item
Description
Sensor
SONY 420TVL 1/3’ CCD color Sensor (520TVL Optional)
Minimum
illumination
Resolution
D1/CIF/QCIF
Compression
H.264
Frame rate
25fps(PAL)/ 30fps(NTSC)
Bit rate
128kbps ~ 2.048Mbps
OSD
Support
Audio
Compression
Network
Other
Features
0.1 Lux
Basic Protocol
G.711
TCP/IP、UDP/IP、HTTP、SMTP、FTP、DHCP、DDNS、
UPNP、NTP
Mobile Phone
M-JPEG and H.264 dual streaming, M-JPEG Streaming
View
sent to mobile phone
Video control
support
Motion
Detection
yes( 4 zone detection )
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Triggered
Actions
User Setting
Date/ Time
Setting
Email/ send message to alarm server
Three levels
support
Upgrade
Upgrade from network
DDNS
A free DDNS provided by manufacturer
Hardware
Ethernet
10Base-T/100base-TX
Interface
Audio In
audio input interface x 1
Weight
1240g
Dimension
216mm(L)*90mm(W)*90mm(H)
Power
DC 12V
Physical
Power
Index
consumption
Operating
temperature
Software(PC
Side)
<12W
0 ~ 45
Humidity
10% ~ 80% non-condensing
OS Supported
Microsoft Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS
Browser
Application
Software
Internet Explorer6.0 and Above or Compatible Browser,
Safari/Firefox etc.
HSView_en.exe
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