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Content
1.
Product Information ........................................................................... 1
2.
Check your package contents ............................................................ 1
3.
System Requirement ......................................................................... 1
4.
Hardware Installation ......................................................................... 2
4.1.
LED and Focusing ....................................................................... 2
4.2.
Camera Ports .............................................................................. 3
4.3.
Installation Procedure .................................................................. 4
5.
Locate the IP Address........................................................................ 5
6.
Web Management Interface............................................................... 9
7.
Software Installation ........................................................................ 12
8.
Network Configuration ..................................................................... 18
9.
8.1.1.
Network Setting ................................................................... 19
8.1.2.
Wireless Settings (IC-1510Wg Only) ................................... 21
Firmware Upgrade ........................................................................... 24
1.
Product Information
 Complies with IEEE802.3, 802.3u standards
 Complies with Wireless 802.11b/g standards with WEP, WPA and WPA2
encryption (IC-1510Wg only)
 Supports high speed hardware-based Motion-JPEG compression
 Supports video resolution :640x480 (VGA), 320x240 (CIF) and
160x120(QCIF)
 Supports Snapshot-to-Email on events and predetermined schedule
recordings in AVI format
 Supports Auto Brightness/Contrast/Hue Control
 Built-in manual focus lens
2.
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Check your package contents
One Internet Camera
One Power Adapter
One Camera Stand
One 100cm Category 5 Ethernet Cable
One Quick Installation Guide
One CD (Including User‟s Manual/ Multi-Language QIG/ Utility & Viewer)
One Antenna(* IC-1510Wg Only)
If any of the above items are missing, please contact your supplier.
3.
System Requirement
System requirement for PC, MAC or Notebook PC to access the Internet
Camera as following:
 OS System: Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP + SP2, Server 2003
 CPU: Intel Pentium III 750MHz above or Intel Celeron 1GHz above
 Memory Size: 128MB (256MB recommended)
 VGA Card Resolution: 800 x 600 or above
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4.
Hardware Installation
4.1.
LED and Focusing
The Camera head and its focus ring allow you to modify the aim and focus of
the Camera. To adjust the Camera‟s focus, rotate the dark focus ring.
There are three LEDs indicating the camera status and networking status.
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Power
When the camera is power on and ready for access, the LED will light.

LAN
When the Internet Camera is linking to wired network, the LED is lighting.
The LED is flashing when video is transmitted or received through wired
network.
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WLAN
When the Internet Camera is linking to wireless network, the LED is
lighting. The LED is flashing when video is transmitted or received through
wireless network.
Wireless SMA
Connector
(*IC-1510Wg Only)
LED Green:
LAN Activity
LED Amber:
WLAN Activity
LED Blue:
Power On
Focus Ring
4.2.
Camera Ports
The Camera features two ports and a Reset button.
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Antenna connector
The Standard reverse SMA connector is for any antennas with reverse
SMA connector can connect to the Internet Camera.
Antenna connector
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Power
The Power port is where you can connect the power adapter.
LAN
The LAN port is where you can connect the Ethernet network cable.
Reset
1. If problems occur with your Internet Camera, press the reset button
with a pencil tip (for less than 2 seconds) and the Internet Camera will
reboot itself with your configurations.
2. If problems persist or you experience extreme problems or you forgot
your password, press the reset button for longer than 5 seconds.
The Internet Camera will reset itself to the factory default settings
(warning: your original configurations will be replaced with the factory
default settings).
Power
Jack
LAN Port
Reset Button
4.3.
Installation Procedure
1. Unpack the Internet Camera package and verify that all the items listed in
the Chapter 1 are provided.
2. Connect the Internet Camera to your network by attached the network
cable from the switch/router to the LAN port of the Internet Camera.
3. Connect the power adapter to the Internet Camera and plug the power
adapter to power outlet. The Internet Camera will be powered on. When the
Internet Camera is ready, the Ready LED will light.
Note: It is highly recommended to use the power adapter shipped with the
Internet Camera, do NOT use any other power adapter from any sources.
5.
Locate the IP Address
Default IP address of this IP camera is 192.168.2.3. If you wish to assign
another IP address to this IP camera, you have to log onto the web
configuration interface of the camera first.
If the left three fields of the IP address of your computer is not 192.168.2.XXX ,
you‟ll have to change the IP address of your computer first:
1. Click „Start‟ -> „Control Panel‟
2. Double-click „Network Connections‟ icon.
3. Right-click „Local Area Connection‟, and click „Properties‟.
4. Select „Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)‟, and then click „Properties‟.
5. In „IP address‟ field, please fill in any IP address begins with „192.168.2‟,
and ends with a value greater than 2 and less than 254 (You can use the
example in the picture „192.168.2.239‟). In Subnet mask field, please fill
„255.255.255.0‟. Please keep all other fields empty, and click „OK‟.
If you changed the IP address of this IP camera and you forget it, there‟re 2
methods to recover it:
a. Press and hold the „Reset‟ button located at the bottom of this IP
camera, to clear all settings of the IP camera and reset the IP address
back to 192.168.2.3. You‟ll lose all settings in the IP camera.
b. Ask network administrator to check the DHCP release table, if the
camera was set to obtain the IP address by DHCP, a new record will be
added to DHCP release table on DHCP server when the IP camera is
connected to the local area network
6.
Web Management Interface
Make sure the IP camera is correctly powered (Power LED is on), and then
launch Internet Explorer and type the IP address of the IP camera in address
bar of Internet Explorer. You should be prompted to input the user name and
password:
Default user name is „admin‟ (in lower case) and password is „1234‟. Click „OK‟
to continue after user name and password has entered.
If you‟re rejected, maybe the password has been modified previously. This
should not happen if this is a newly-purchased camera, however, if you get the
camera from someone else, the password would be changed. Please try to
obtain the correct user name / password, or you‟ll have to reset the camera.
After logged on, you should see the following messages at the top of Internet
Explorer:
This IP camera requires a special ActiveX control (A.K.A. „Plugin‟) to work.
Please click on the message, and select „Install ActiveX Control…‟:
When you‟re prompted, click „Install‟ to continue.
You should be able to see the image from camera now:
Note: If you see one of these messages (or both):
OR
Your computer may not have the display capability that this IP camera requires,
or you don’t have Microsoft DirectX® installed. Please download Microsoft
DirectX® from Microsoft’s website (http://www.microsoft.com), and try again.
In some cases, your computer is able to display the image from IP camera
correctly, but you’ll still see these messages. If this happens, just ignore them.
7.
Software Installation
Follow the simple steps below to run the Install Wizard to guide you quickly
through the Installation process. The following installation is implemented in
Windows XP. The installation procedures in Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003
/Vista are similar.
1. Insert the CD shipped along with the Internet Camera into your CD-ROM
drive. The “Autorun.exe” program should be executed automatically. If not,
run “Autorun.exe” manually from “Autorun” folder in the CD.
2. The Install Wizard will show four selections, select the program you want to
install or click “Exit” to install the program later. The following installation
steps are the demonstration of “Setup Utility”
3. The system will start the installation procedures. Click “Next” to continue
installation.
4. If you wish to install the software program in an alternate location, click
“Change”; otherwise click “Next” to move on to the next step.
5. Click “Install” to start installing the program.
6. The system will install the program automatically.
7. Click “Finish” to complete the software installation.
8. When the installation is completed. The system will auto run ”Administrator
Utility“. On the Internet Camera first page, the cameras found in the
network are listed in the left window. Choose the one you want to configure
and click “Setting Wizard” to precede.
If the camera is new and is not configured with your network, please go
to next section “8 Network configurations” to set up the configuration
“N” means the
camera is new and
not configured with
your network.
9. Please enter the default password “1234” and click “OK” to login to the IP
setup page.
10. Internet Camera is working through the network (TCP/IP Protocol). The IP
address setting must be correct, or you cannot access to the camera. The
wizard program will detect the IP address status of your network
automatically and suggest a free IP address for the Camera. You can
accept the suggested value or enter the value manually. If you enter the
value manually, please be aware that the “Subnet Mask” must be the same
for both the camera and the PC. Click “Finish” to apply the configuration.
11. This wizard will pop up a window to ask you if you want to run the “Camera
Viewer” and see the video of the Camera immediately. Select “OK” to run
“Camera Viewer”.
12. The “Camera Viewer” will show the video automatically. Congratulations,
you can use the camera through the network to view the video from now
on.
8.
Network Configurations
When you click the “Detail Setting”, a screen will pop up for you to enter the
“Administrator Name” and “Password”. The default value is as follows.
Name: “Admin”
Password: “1234”
If the name and password you enter are correct, you can start to setup the
network configuration of this IP camera.
8.1.1.
Network Setting
Network Setting
Internet Camera
Name
The default camera name is “IC1500WG”. It is
recommended to name a meaningful name for the
camera.
IP Address
Enter an unused IP Address within the IP address
range used on your LAN. If the IP Address of your
LAN is from the 192.168.2.1 to 192.168.2.254, you
can set an unused IP Address from the range for
the camera, for example: 192.168.2.250.
Subnet Mask
The Subnet Mask field must match the subnet
setting on your LAN. For example: 255.255.255.0.
Gateway
The Gateway is used to forward frames to
destinations in a different subnet on the Internet.
The Gateway setting must be the same with the
gateway used by the PCs on your LAN.
DNS Server
DNS Server (Domain Name Server) that translates
names to IP addresses. Set the same DNS Server
as the PCs on your LAN.
Network Setting
Video Port
The Video Port is used to transmit or receive the
video streaming in the network. The default port
setting is “4321”. If you want to view the video from
the camera, the port setting should be correct.
Web Port
This camera support web connection, the default
web port is 80. Since the web server may use port
80, you can use a different port for the camera. If
you change the web port from 80 to 8080, you must
type http://192.168.2.3:8080 to connect the
camera through the web browser.
8.1.2.
Wireless Settings (IC-1510Wg Only)
You must configure the wireless settings from wired environment. Then
you can remove the wired cable and start wireless connection.
Utility will site survey automatically or you can press “Refresh” button to
survey the AP router manually.
After site survey procedure, there will show existing AP SSID.
Then press “Connect” to connect AP router or press “Add to Profile” to
configure the Wireless WEP and WPA encryption.
There are WEP (Open System/Shared Key) ,WPA-PSK,WPA2-PSK and
WPANone encryption settings. You can choose one to match AP router
wireless settings.
After set the profile, Please remove the LAN cable then IP Camera will
connect to AP router automatically.
LED Status Diagram
Wired Setting Environment
Wireless Setting Environment
9.
Firmware Upgrade
Here provides several tools to upgrade the firmware of this IP camera, clear all
settings, or switch LED notification off.
The descriptions of every setting in this menu will be given below:
Item
Upgrade
Firmware
Reset to
Default
LED Light OFF
Description
If you downloaded latest firmware file from our
website, you can click this button to start to upload
the firmware file to the IP camera, and you‟ll be
prompted to provide the location of firmware file.
Click „Open‟ to start uploading new firmware and IP
camera will start upgrading, please be patient. The
IP camera will reboot after the upgrade procedure
is done.
Clear all settings in the camera. Please think again
before you do this, and then click this button to
reset all settings.
NOTE: IP address will be reset to default value
‘192.168.2.3’ also. You’ll need to change the IP
address setting of your computer if the IP address
of your computer does not begin with ‘192.168.2’,
and subnet mask is not ‘255.255.255.0’, or you’ll
not be able to connect to this IP camera again.
Switch the LED light of this IP camera off, so „LAN‟
and „WLAN‟ LED on the IP camera will stop
working, in case you don‟t want other people know
the camera is transferring data.
You can click this button again to switch LED lights
on again.
After all settings are completed, click „OK‟ to save settings, or click „Cancel‟ to
abort and discard changes.
R&TTE Compliance Statement
This equipment complies with all the requirements of DIRECTIVE 1999/5/EC
OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL of March 9, 1999 on
radio equipment and telecommunication terminal Equipment and the mutual
recognition of their conformity (R&TTE)
The R&TTE Directive repeals and replaces in the directive 98/13/EEC
(Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and Satellite Earth Station
Equipment) As of April 8, 2000.
Safety
This equipment is designed with the utmost care for the safety of those who
install and use it. However, special attention must be paid to the dangers of
electric shock and static electricity when working with electrical equipment. All
guidelines of this and of the computer manufacture must therefore be allowed
at all times to ensure the safe use of the equipment.
EU Countries Intended for Use
The ETSI version of this device is intended for home and office use in Austria,
Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy,
Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,
Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Netherlands,
Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
The ETSI version of this device is also authorized for use in EFTA member
states: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.
EU Countries not intended for use
None
Please check the declaration of conformity on www.edimax.com
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