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MacePro™
MPC-IP-BOX
Q U I C K S TA R T
GUIDE
5101 NW 21st Ave, Suite 210 • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
www.macepro.com • (888) 530-6223
Full HD IP Camera Quick Guide
The Quick Guide is for quick installing and connecting the Full HD IP Camera. For details, please refer to the IP
Ethernet Cable Connection
Camera’s User Manual.
Connect one end of the CAT5 Ethernet cable to the RJ45 connector of the IP Camera, and the other end of the cable
to the network switch or PC.
Camera Rear Panel
NOTE: In some cases, you may need to use an Ethernet crossover cable when connecting the IP Camera
DC 12V/ PoE
directly to the PC.
Network LEDs
NOTE: Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs; if the LEDs are unlit, please check
LAN connection.
Green Link Light indicates good network connection.
Power
LED
Orange Activity Light flashes for network activity indication.
Reset
Button
Power up the Camera
To power up the IP Camera, please plug the camera’s DC 12V cable into the power outlet. Alternatively, connect the
DC 12V/ AC 24V/ PoE
Ethernet cable to the camera’s PoE port and plug the other end of the cable into a PoE switch.
Network LEDs
Network LEDs
NOTE: If using PoE, make sure Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) is in use in the network.
NETWORK
Reset
Button
LINE
OUT
VIDEO
LINE IN
MIC IN
Before Login to the IP Camera
PoE
Reset
Button
Power
LED
AUTO
IRIS
I/O 1 2 3 4
SD
DC 12V/AC 24V
Power
LED
Definition
LINE OUT & LINE IN / MIC IN
Power LED
Reset button
AUTO IRIS connector
NETWORK (with PoE)
Network LEDs
I/O
VIDEO (BNC connector)
Micro SD Card slot
AC 24V/DC 12V connector
(AC 24V Model)
Remarks
Two-way audio transmission
Power connection indication (green light).
Reset to factory default
Auto iris lens connector
RJ45 connector
Network connection and activity indication
1
5
GND
Output+
2
6
Output-
D-
3
7
Input+
D+
4
Input-
For video output
For video and snapshots storage
AC 24V: Power-1
DC 12V: Power
+
AC 24V: Earth GND
DC 12V: Reserved
AC 24V: Power-2
DC 12V: GND
-
A client program will be automatically installed on your PC when connecting to the IP Camera. Before logging in to the
IP Camera, please ensure downloading the ActiveX control is allowed by either changing the ActiveX controls and
plug-ins or setting Internet’s security level to default. For further details, please refer to the IP Camera’s user manual.
ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins Settings
Step 1: Start the Internet Explorer (IE).
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then Click <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click the <Security> tab and select “Internet”,
and click <Custom level> to change ActiveX
settings.
Step 4: Set “ActiveX controls and plug-ins” items to
<Prompt> or <Enable>.
Internet Security Level
Step 1: Start the IE.
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then Click <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click the <Security> tab and select “Internet.”
Step 4: Down the page, press “Default Level” and click
“OK” to confirm the setting. Close the browser
window, and open a new one later for
accessing the IP Camera
IP Camera Login
The IP Camera’s default IP address is: 192.168.0.250. Therefore, to access the IP Camera for the first time, set the
PC’s IP address as: 192.168.0.XXX; for example:
IP Address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Lens Mounting
Login ID & Password
If use C-Mount lens, after removing the camera’s plastic cover, users need to mount the supplied C/CS mount adapter
• Key in the IP Camera’s IP address in the URL bar of the Web browser window and press “Enter.”
to the camera. Then attach the lens onto the C/CS mount adapter.
• Enter the default user name (Admin) and password (1234) in the prompt request dialogue. Note that user name is
case sensitive.
IP Camera Installation
Please follow the instructions below to complete IP Camera installation.
Full HD IP Camera Quick Guide
The Quick Guide is for quick installing and connecting the Full HD IP Camera. For details, please refer to the IP
Ethernet Cable Connection
Camera’s User Manual.
Connect one end of the CAT5 Ethernet cable to the RJ45 connector of the IP Camera, and the other end of the cable
to the network switch or PC.
Camera Rear Panel
NOTE: In some cases, you may need to use an Ethernet crossover cable when connecting the IP Camera
DC 12V/ PoE
directly to the PC.
Network LEDs
NOTE: Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs; if the LEDs are unlit, please check
LAN connection.
Green Link Light indicates good network connection.
Power
LED
Orange Activity Light flashes for network activity indication.
Reset
Button
Power up the Camera
To power up the IP Camera, please plug the camera’s DC 12V cable into the power outlet. Alternatively, connect the
DC 12V/ AC 24V/ PoE
Ethernet cable to the camera’s PoE port and plug the other end of the cable into a PoE switch.
Network LEDs
Network LEDs
NOTE: If using PoE, make sure Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) is in use in the network.
NETWORK
Reset
Button
LINE
OUT
VIDEO
LINE IN
MIC IN
Before Login to the IP Camera
PoE
Reset
Button
Power
LED
AUTO
IRIS
I/O 1 2 3 4
SD
DC 12V/AC 24V
Power
LED
Definition
LINE OUT & LINE IN / MIC IN
Power LED
Reset button
AUTO IRIS connector
NETWORK (with PoE)
Network LEDs
I/O
VIDEO (BNC connector)
Micro SD Card slot
AC 24V/DC 12V connector
(AC 24V Model)
Remarks
Two-way audio transmission
Power connection indication (green light).
Reset to factory default
Auto iris lens connector
RJ45 connector
Network connection and activity indication
1
5
GND
Output+
2
6
Output-
D-
3
7
Input+
D+
4
Input-
For video output
For video and snapshots storage
AC 24V: Power-1
DC 12V: Power
+
AC 24V: Earth GND
DC 12V: Reserved
AC 24V: Power-2
DC 12V: GND
-
A client program will be automatically installed on your PC when connecting to the IP Camera. Before logging in to the
IP Camera, please ensure downloading the ActiveX control is allowed by either changing the ActiveX controls and
plug-ins or setting Internet’s security level to default. For further details, please refer to the IP Camera’s user manual.
ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins Settings
Step 1: Start the Internet Explorer (IE).
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then Click <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click the <Security> tab and select “Internet”,
and click <Custom level> to change ActiveX
settings.
Step 4: Set “ActiveX controls and plug-ins” items to
<Prompt> or <Enable>.
Internet Security Level
Step 1: Start the IE.
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then Click <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click the <Security> tab and select “Internet.”
Step 4: Down the page, press “Default Level” and click
“OK” to confirm the setting. Close the browser
window, and open a new one later for
accessing the IP Camera
IP Camera Login
The IP Camera’s default IP address is: 192.168.0.250. Therefore, to access the IP Camera for the first time, set the
PC’s IP address as: 192.168.0.XXX; for example:
IP Address: 192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Lens Mounting
Login ID & Password
If use C-Mount lens, after removing the camera’s plastic cover, users need to mount the supplied C/CS mount adapter
• Key in the IP Camera’s IP address in the URL bar of the Web browser window and press “Enter.”
to the camera. Then attach the lens onto the C/CS mount adapter.
• Enter the default user name (Admin) and password (1234) in the prompt request dialogue. Note that user name is
case sensitive.
IP Camera Installation
Please follow the instructions below to complete IP Camera installation.
Install the ActiveX Control
• After connecting to the IP Camera, the request for installing the ActiveX control will appear just below the URL bar.
• Right Click on the information bar, and press “Install ActiveX Control…” to permit ActiveX control installation.
• In the pop-up security warning window, click “Install” to start downloading DC Viewer software on the PC.
• Press “Finish” after DC Viewer installation is complete.
Full HD IP Camera
Quick Guide
Ver1.3
Browser-based Viewer
The main page of the IP Camera user interface is shown as the figure below. Please note that function buttons will
vary depending on the camera model.
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