Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Installation Guide

Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Installation Guide
Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera
Installation Guide
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CONTENTS
Preface
v
Overview
v
Organization
v
Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines
CHAPTER
1
Overview
1-1
Introduction
1-1
Package Contents
1-2
PTZ IP Camera Physical Details
Status LEDs 1-4
CHAPTER
2
v
Installing the Camera
Installation Guidelines
1-3
2-1
2-1
Warnings Before Installation
2-2
Installing the PTZ IP Camera 2-3
Cabling Through Waterproof Connectors 2-4
Connecting the Cables 2-5
Preparing the Camera 2-6
Mounting to the Wall 2-7
Connecting to the Mount Bracket 2-7
Mounting the PTZ Camera 2-8
Mounting to the Ceiling 2-9
Connecting to the Pendant Pipe 2-9
Connecting to the Network
2-12
CHAPTER
3
Performing the Initial Setup of the IP Camera
CHAPTER
4
Managing the Camera
3-1
4-1
Understanding the PTZ IP Camera User Interface
PTZ IP Camera Window Links 4-1
PTZ IP Camera Windows 4-2
Powering the PTZ IP Camera On or Off
Resetting the PTZ IP Camera
4-1
4-3
4-3
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Viewing Live Video 4-4
Camera Settings 4-6
Motion Detection Settings 4-9
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings 4-10
Privacy Zone 4-12
INDEX
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Overview
This document, Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Installation Guide, provides information
about installing and deploying the following Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP cameras:
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor 2830 PTZ IP Camera, NTSC
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor 2835 PTZ IP Camera, PAL
•
Cisco Video Surveillance HD Outdoor 6930 PTZ IP Camera
Organization
This manual is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, “Overview”
Provides an overview of the IP camera and its features.
Chapter 2, “Installing the Camera”
Provides instructions for physically installing the IP camera.
Chapter 3, “Performing the Initial
Setup of the IP Camera”
Provides instructions for performing the initial network setup of
the IP camera.
Chapter 4, “Managing the Camera” Provides instructions for accessing and understanding the
IP camera user interface, adjusting its focus and, powering the IP
camera on and off, and resetting the IP camera.
Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security
Guidelines
For information about obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional
information, see the monthly What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and
revised Cisco technical documentation, at:
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Overview
This chapter describes the Cisco Video Surveillance pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) IP cameras, and includes
the following topics:
•
Introduction, page 1-1
•
Package Contents, page 1-2
•
PTZ IP Camera Physical Details, page 1-3
Introduction
The Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP cameras are primarily used for monitoring wide open outdoor
areas such as building entrances, airports, highways, and parking lots.
The dome cover protects the camera body against rain and dust. The wide temperature range allows the
camera to operate under extreme weather conditions.
The following PTZ IP cameras are available:
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor 2830 PTZ IP Camera, NTSC
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor 2835 PTZ IP Camera, PAL
•
Cisco Video Surveillance HD Outdoor 6930 PTZ IP Camera
For installers, properly adjusting the focus of an HD IP camera can be difficult due to the image detail.
To make installation and adjustment easier, the PTZ IP camera incorporates built-in stepping motors that
the installer can use to remotely control the focal length and precisely adjust the camera focus.
For complete installation and tampering prevention, the PTZ IP camera also fits different conduits and
corrugated tubes sizes for cable installation.
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Package Contents
Package Contents
The Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP camera package includes the following items:
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Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera (1)
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Pendant cap (1)
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Screw driver (1)
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Ethernet cable (1)
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O-RING (1)
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Ground wire (1)
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Waterproof connector (1)
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Connector (1)
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Terminal blocks (2)
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Silica gel packets (2)
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Twin adhesives (2)
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Screws M5x8 (3)
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Screws M4x8 (3)
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Screw M3x5 (1)
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Extra set of product labels (3)
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Cisco documentation pointer card (P/N: 78-21181-01)
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Cisco RoHS document (1)
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PTZ IP Camera Physical Details
Figure 1-1 and the table that follows describe the outer view of the PTZ IP camera.
Figure 1-1
Outer View of the PTZ IP Camera
This drawing shows a camera with its dome
cover removed.
Reset Button
Network LED
Status LED
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Lens
Reset Button
Recessed button that reboots the PTZ IP camera or resets it to
a default state. You can use a pin or paper clip to depress it.
Depending on how long you depress the reset button, you can
do either of the following:
•
Reset—Press and release the reset button. Wait for the
PTZ IP camera to reboot.
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Restore—Press and hold the reset button for about 30
seconds. All settings are restored to the factory defaults.
Network LED
Status of the network to which the camera is attached.
Status LED
Status of the PTZ IP camera. For more information, see
Table 1-1.
Lens
Lens that pans, tilts and zooms.
Figure 1-2 and the table that follows describe the inner view of the PTZ IP camera.
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Figure 1-2
Inner View of the PTZ IP Camera
1
2
1
Board-to-board Connector
Board to board connector.
2
SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Slot for the SD, SDHC, or SDXC card.
Status LEDs
Table 1-1 describes the LED indicator for each PTZ IP camera status state.
Table 1-1
Status LEDs
LED
Status
Green
Camera is done booting and is available for use.
Steady Red
Power on and system booting.
Red LED unlighted
Power off.
Steady Red + blinking Green every 1 sec.
Network works (heartbeat)
Steady Red + Green LED unlighted
Network fail
Steady Red + blinking Green every 2 sec.
Audio mute (heartbeat).
Blinking Red every 0.15 sec. + blinking Green
every 1 sec.
Upgrading firmware
Blinking Red every 0.15 sec. + blinking Green
every 0.15 sec.
Restore default
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Figure 1-3 shows the interface view of the PTZ IP camera.
Figure 1-3
Interface View
Ethernet 10/100
RJ45 Plug
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General I/O
Terminal Block
Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 Plug
Plug for a standard LAN cable to connect the PTZ IP camera to
a 10/100BaseT router or switch.
General I/O Terminal Block
General purpose input/output (GPIO) terminal block that is
used to connect external input and output devices. For more
information, see Table 1-2.
Table 1-2 shows the order of the GPIO terminal block.
Table 1-2
GPIO Terminal Block
AC24V
DI GND
AC24V
DI4
Reserved
DI3
MIC IN
DI2
Line OUT
DI1
Audio GND
DO2
RS485-
DO1
RS485+
DO+(12V)
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Installing the Camera
This chapter provides information and instructions for installing the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP
camera, and includes the following topics:
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Installation Guidelines, page 2-1
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Warnings Before Installation, page 2-2
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Installing the PTZ IP Camera, page 2-3
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Connecting to the Network, page 2-12
The installation procedures apply to the following PTZ IP cameras:
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor PTZ IP Camera, NTSC (CIVS-IPC-2830)
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Cisco Video Surveillance SD Outdoor PTZ IP Camera, PAL (CIVS-IPC-2835)
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Cisco Video Surveillance HD Outdoor PTZ IP Camera (CIVS-IPC-6930)
Installation Guidelines
Before you begin the installation, review these guidelines:
•
The PTZ IP camera requires a network cable and a connection to a standard 10/100BaseT router or
switch. To power the PTZ IP camera with Power over Ethernet (PoE), a switch must be 802.3af
compliant.
•
If you are using the PTZ IP camera on a network connection that does not provide PoE, you must
use a third-party AC 24V power adapter.
•
If you are using an external speaker, microphone, input device, output device, or pan/tilt control
device, you must configure additional settings after installing and performing the initial set up of the
PTZ IP camera before the external device can fully operate. For detailed information about these
settings, see the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Configuration Guide.
•
If you do not connect an external device (speaker, microphone, input, output, or pan/tilt control)
when you perform the following installation procedure, you can install any of these devices later.
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Warnings Before Installation
Warnings Before Installation
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Power off the PTZ IP camera as soon as
smoke or unusual odors are detected.
•
Do not manually pan and tilt the PTZ IP
camera when the power is on.
•
Refer to the PTZ IP Configuration Guide
for the operating temperature.
•
Do not touch the PTZ IP camera during a
lightning storm.
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Contact your distributor in the event of this
happening.
Do not disassemble the PTZ IP camera.
•
Do not insert sharp or tiny objects into the
PTZ IP camera.
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Do not drop the PTZ IP camera.
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Warning
Installation of the equipment must comply with local and national electrical codes. Statement 1074
Warning
The power supply must be placed indoors. Statement 331
Note
If you use the IP camera outdoors, place the camera and the power supply in a suitable NEMA
enclosure.
Warning
This product must be connected to a power-over-ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3af compliant power source
or an IEC60950 compliant limited power source. Statement 353
Caution
Inline power circuits provide current through the communication cable. Use the Cisco provided cable or
a minimum 24AWG communication cable.
Note
The power adapter that you use with the IP camera must provide power that is within +/–10% of the
required power.
Note
The equipment is to be connected to a Listed class 2, limited power source.
Installing the PTZ IP Camera
Use the procedures in this section to install the PTZ IP camera.
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Cabling Through Waterproof Connectors
Perform the following steps to install and connect an external power cable and I/O cables for external
devices:
Step 1
Disassemble the components of the waterproof connector into parts (A)–(E).
Screw Nut (A)
Seal (B)
Seals (C)
Housing (D)
Sealing Nut (E)
Step 2
Remove the plastic stopper from the bottom of the dome cap and keep the M20 hex nut.
Step 3
Depending on the number of wires, remove seals (C) from the rubber seal (B).
Step 4
Feed the power cable through the waterproof connector (E --> D --> B --> A). Be sure to feed enough
power cable length through the waterproof connector to connect the power cable to the GPIO block.
The recommended cable gauge is 1.2–1.8 mm.
Note
There are 16 holes on the seal (B), and the widest holes with a crack on the side are specific
for power cables.
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Step 5
Push the seal (B) into the housing (D).
Step 6
Insert the seals (C) into unused holes on the seal (B) to avoid moisture.
Step 7
Secure the sealing nut (E) and hex nut from the bottom of the camera tightly.
Connecting the Cables
Perform the following steps to install and connect the I/O wires and RJ45 Ethernet cable.
Caution
Note
Avoid touching the circuit boards to prevent damage by electrostatic discharge.
We recommend using 24AWG (0.51 mm) gauge cable.
Step 1
Use a small-size flat-blade screwdriver to secure I/O wires to the included terminal blocks.
Step 2
Drill a hole on the rubber seal plug and insert an Ethernet cable (without a connector) through the
opening.
Step 3
Strip about 1/2 inch (12 mm) of the sheath from the Ethernet cable.
Step 4
Use an RJ45 crimping tool to attach the Ethernet wires to a connector. When done, connect the cable to
the camera’s Ethernet RJ45 socket.
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o: white/orange stripe
O: orange solid
g: white/green stripe
B: blue solid
b: white/blue stripe
G: green solid
br: white/brown stripe
BR: brown solid
o
O
g
B
b
G
br
BR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Step 5
Feed the Ethernet cable and I/O wires through the mounting bracket, the openings on the dome cap, and
to the interface section. Attach the rubber seal plug to dome cap for water proofing.
Step 6
Secure the included ground wire to the dome cap, pass it through the mount bracket, and connect the
other end to a grounded conduit later.
Preparing the Camera
Prior to mounting the camera to the wall or ceiling, attach the silica gel packets to the camera using these
steps.
Step 1
Remove the black dome cover of the camera.
Step 2
Turn the camera upside down.
Step 3
Attach the silica gel packets to the inside wall of the camera using the adhesive strips.
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Step 4
Attach the black cover to the camera.
Mounting to the Wall
You can connect the PTZ IP camera to the wall using the following accessories:
•
Goose neck for wall mount—CIVS-6KA-GNECK=
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Adaptor—CIVS-PA-PTZADPTR=
Connecting to the Mount Bracket
Use these steps to connect cables to the mount bracket.
Step 1
Press the seal ring into the groove on canister.
Use the black machine screws (M4x8) to attach the interface section to the dome cap.
Step 2
Secure the dome cap to the mount bracket.
Step 3
Use the included hex wrench to secure the connection.
3
2
1
You can now carry the camera and the top section to the installation site.
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1
2
3
1
Mount bracket
2
Interface section
3
Board-to-board connector
Mounting the PTZ Camera
Note
Step 1
Before mounting the camera, install an SD, SDHC, or SDXC card if you prefer recording to local
storage.
Select a rigid mounting location to prevent vibration to the camera, and attach the alignment sticker to
the wall.
Note
Step 2
The camera weighs 3.66kg.
Drill four pilot holes (10mm in diameter and 4cm deep) into the wall, and hammer in threaded anchors.
Note
Hammer the anchors with hex nuts on them, so the threaded poles do not get deformed. If
preferred, drill another hole for routing cables.
Step 3
Secure the wall mount bracket to wall using four sets of captive washers and nuts.
Step 4
Align the camera body with the top section.
a.
Align the alignment mark on the camera with that on the interface section.
b.
Push the camera up to match the top section.
Step 5
Rotate the camera clockwise until its alignment mark is aligned with the "C" mark.
Step 6
Use the included T25 stardriver to securely tighten the three anti-tamper screws from the top.
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3
4
1
4
Alignment Mark
5
6
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Mounting to the Ceiling
You can connect the PTZ IP camera to the ceiling using the following accessories:
•
20cm Pendent Pipe with Adaptor Installed—CIVS-PA-EXT=
•
Pendant Head—CIVS-6KA-PENHEAD=
Connecting to the Pendant Pipe
Use these steps to mount the camera to the ceiling using a pendant pipe.
Step 1
Determine a hard surface ceiling location, and use the alignment sticker to mark the positions where
holes will be drilled to secure the pendant head.
Hammer the anchors into the ceiling.
Note
Mounting holes should be 10 mm in diameter and 60 mm deep. Use M6.2 x75mm screws.
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Attach the pendant pipe to the pendant head by turning the pipe clockwise.
Step 3
Secure the connection using a 3mm hex wrench.
Step 4
Route power lines and other wires through the pendant head. You may apply a 1 inch conduit.
Step 5
Secure the pendant head to the ceiling by using the M6.2 x75mm screws.
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Pendant Head
Secure the camera's top section to the pendant head by fastening 3 M5x8 screws.
Step 7
Attach the camera using Step 4–Step 6 in the Mounting the PTZ Camera section.
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Connecting to the Network
Connecting to the Network
Use the following steps to connect the camera to a Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch:
Step 1
Connect the camera's Ethernet cable (CAT5e or better) to a PoE Plus switch.
A30W PoE output port alone cannot drive the onboard heater. If using the PoE switch, the
application does not apply in low-temperature condition. A 30W PoE plus can only drive the camera
when it is working at a temperature higher than -10ºC.
Step 2
Connect the power wires to an AC 24V power adaptor (user-supplied).
The AC 24V adapter can drive the camera and the onboard heater. You can connect both power
sources for redundancy in power supply.
IEEE 802.3at PoE Switch (30W output)
and / or
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(User-supplied)
If you are using a non-PoE switch, use a high power PoE power injector with a 60W output to connect
between the camera and non-PoE switch.
Sufficient power is required for low temperature conditions when the onboard heater is activated.
Non-PoE Switch
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Injector
What to do next
•
After you install the PTZ IP camera, follow the instructions in the “Performing the Initial Setup of
the IP Camera” section on page 3-1 to access the camera through your network.
•
After completing the initial setup, use the PTZ IP camera user interface in the Managing the Camera
section to adjust the focal length and zoom factor.
For complete configuration information, refer to the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Configuration
Guide.
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Performing the Initial Setup of the IP Camera
After you install the PTZ IP camera as described in the Chapter 2, “Installing the Camera,” or after you
perform a factory reset procedure, you must access the PTZ IP camera and make initial configuration
settings. These settings include administrator and root passwords, and whether the PTZ IP camera can
be accessed through an HTTP connection in addition to the default HTTPS (HTTP secure) connection.
To make these configuration settings, you connect to the PTZ IP camera from any PC that is on the same
network as the PTZ IP camera. The PC must meet these requirements:
•
Operating system—Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
•
Browser—Internet Explorer 8.0 (32-bit only)
In addition, you must know the IP address and default login credentials of the PTZ IP camera. By default,
when the PTZ IP camera powers on, it attempts to obtain an IP address from a DHCP server in your
network. If the camera cannot obtain an IP address through DCHP within 90 seconds, it uses a default
IP address of 192.168.0.100. The default login credentials (Username/Password) are admin/admin.
To connect to the PTZ IP camera for the first time and make initial configuration settings, perform the
following steps. You can change these configuration settings in the future as described in the Cisco
Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Configuration Guide.
Before you Begin
The Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 or later must be installed on the PC that you use to connect
to the PTZ IP camera. You can download the .NET Framework from the Microsoft website.
Procedure
Step 1
Start Internet Explorer, enter HTTPS://ip_address in the address field, and press Enter.
Replace ip_address with the IP address that the PTZ IP camera obtained through DHCP or, if the camera
was unable to obtain this IP address, enter 192.168.0.100.
The Login window appears.
Step 2
Enter the default login credentials:
Username: admin
Password: admin
The Initialization window appears.
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In the Password and Confirm Password fields of the admin row, enter a password for the PTZ IP camera
administrator.
You must enter the same password in both fields. The password is case sensitive and must contain at least
eight characters, which can be letters, numbers, and special characters, but no spaces. Special characters
are: ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ` { | } ~.
Step 4
In the Password and Confirm Password fields of the Root row, enter a password that is used when
accessing the PTZ IP camera through a Secure Shell (SSH) connection.
You must enter the same password in both fields. The password is case sensitive and must contain at
least eight characters, which can be letters, numbers, and special characters, but no spaces. Special
characters are: ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ` { | } ~.
You use the root password if you need to troubleshoot the PTZ IP camera through an SSH connection
with the assistance of the Cisco Technical Assistance Center.
Step 5
In the Access Protocols area, check the Enable HTTP check box if you want to allow both HTTP and
HTTPS connections to the IP camera.
By default, only the Enable HTTPS check box is checked, which allows only HTTPS (secure)
connections to the IP camera.
Step 6
Click Apply.
The PTZ IP camera reboots and the Login window appears.
Step 7
After the PTZ IP camera reboots, start Internet Explorer and, in the Address field, enter the following:
protocol://ip_address
where:
Step 8
•
protocol is HTTPS or HTTP. (You can use HTTP only if you enabled it in Step 5.)
•
ip_address is the IP address that you used in Step 1.
If you are prompted to install ActiveX controls, which are required to view video from the IP camera,
follow the on-screen prompts to do so.
The Home window appears.
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Managing the Camera
This chapter provides information and instructions for managing the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP
camera, and includes the following topics:
•
Understanding the PTZ IP Camera User Interface, page 4-1
•
Powering the PTZ IP Camera On or Off, page 4-3
•
Resetting the PTZ IP Camera, page 4-3
•
Viewing Live Video, page 4-4
Understanding the PTZ IP Camera User Interface
After you log in to the PTZ IP camera, you can access the windows and perform a variety of
administrative and user procedures.
The links and activities that you can see and access in the PTZ IP camera windows depend on your
camera privilege level.
•
Administrator—Can access all PTZ IP camera windows, features, and functions.
•
Viewer—Can access the Camera Video & Control window with limited controls, and can access the
Refresh, Logout, About, and Help links from that window.
PTZ IP Camera Window Links
The PTZ IP camera user interface includes links that you use to access various windows and perform
other activities. Table 4-1 describes each link and lists the PTZ IP camera privilege level that you must
have to access the link.
Table 4-1
Links in the PTZ IP Camera Windows
Link
Description
Privilege Level
Refresh
Updates the information in the window that is currently displayed. Administrator
User
Home
Displays the Home window.
Administrator
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Table 4-1
Links in the PTZ IP Camera Windows (continued)
Link
Description
Privilege Level
View Video
Displays the Camera Video & Control window.
Administrator
You may be prompted to install ActiveX controls when trying to
User
access this window for the first time. ActiveX controls are required
to view video from the IP camera. Follow the on-screen prompts to
install ActiveX controls.
Setup
Provides access to the configuration menus for the PTZ IP camera. Administrator
Logout
Logs you out from the PTZ IP camera.
Administrator
User
About
Help
Displays a pop-up window with model, version, and copyright
information for the PTZ IP camera.
Administrator
Provides reference information for the window that is currently
displayed.
Administrator
User
User
PTZ IP Camera Windows
The PTZ IP camera user interface includes these main windows:
•
Home window—Displays the system information that is described in Table 4-2.
•
Setup window—Provides access to the PTZ IP camera configuration windows. For more
information, refer to the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Configuration Guide.
•
Camera Video & Control window—Displays live video from the camera and lets you control a
variety of camera and display functions.
Table 4-2
Home Window Information
Field
Description
General Information
ID
Identifier of the PTZ IP camera.
Name
Name of the PTZ IP camera.
Current Time
Current date and time of the PTZ IP camera.
S/N
Serial number of the PTZ IP camera.
Firmware
Version of the firmware that is installed on the PTZ IP camera.
Part Number
Cisco manufacturing part number of the PTZ IP camera.
Top Assembly Revision Cisco assembly revision number.
Network Status
MAC Address
MAC address of the PTZ IP camera.
Configuration Type
Method by which the PTZ IP camera obtains its IP address.
LAN IP
IP address of the LAN to which the PTZ IP camera is connected.
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of the LAN to which the PTZ IP camera is connected.
Gateway Address
IP address of the gateway through which the PTZ IP camera is connected.
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Home Window Information (continued)
Field
Description
Primary DNS
IP address of the primary DNS server, if configured for the PTZ IP camera.
Secondary DNS
IP address of the secondary DNS server, if configured for the PTZ IP camera.
IO Port Status
Input Port
Current state of the input port(s) on the PTZ IP camera.
Output Port
Current state of the output port(s) on the PTZ IP camera.
Stream 1 and Stream 2
User
PTZ IP camera user name of each user who is accessing the primary video
stream (Stream 1) or the secondary video stream (Stream 2) through a client
PC or a third-party device.
By default, users appear in order of start time. To display users in ascending
order of any information in any corresponding column, click the column
heading. Click a column heading again to reverse the display order.
IP Address
IP address of the client device.
Start Time
Time and date that the client accessed the video stream for this session.
Elapsed Time
Length of time that the client has been accessing the video stream.
Codec
Video codec being used for the stream.
Powering the PTZ IP Camera On or Off
The PTZ IP camera does not include an on/off switch. You power it on or off by connecting it to or
disconnecting it from a power source. When you power off the PTZ IP camera, configuration settings
are retained.
To power on the PTZ IP camera, take either of these actions:
•
Use an STP (shielded twisted pair) Category 5 or higher network cable to connect the PTZ IP camera
to a network switch that provides 802.3af compliant PoE.
•
Use an optional AC 24V power adapter to connect the PTZ IP camera to a wall outlet.
To power off the PTZ IP camera, take either of these actions:
•
If the PTZ IP camera is receiving PoE, disconnect the network cable.
•
If the PTZ IP camera is receiving power through the power adapter, unplug the adapter from the wall
or disconnect it from the camera.
Resetting the PTZ IP Camera
You reset the PTZ IP camera by pressing the Reset button on the PTZ IP Camera (see Figure 1-1 on
page 1-3). There are various reset types, as described in Table 4-3.
You also can also perform these reset operations from the Maintenance Settings window as described in
the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Camera Configuration Guide.
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Resetting the PTZ IP Camera
Reset Type
Procedure
Remarks
Reboot
Press and immediately release
the Reset button.
This action is equivalent to
powering the PTZ IP camera
down and then powering it up.
Settings that are configured for
the PTZ IP camera are retained.
Factory reset
Press and hold the button for at
least 15 seconds.
Sets all PTZ IP camera options to
their default values. After you
perform this procedure, follow
the steps in the “Performing the
Initial Setup of the IP Camera”
section on page 3-1.
Viewing Live Video
After you install and set up the Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP camera, you can connect to the PTZ IP
camera through Internet Explorer and access the Camera Video & Control window to view live video.
The Camera Video & Control window also provides for controlling the video display, configuring preset
positions, and controlling certain PTZ IP camera functions. Available controls depend on the privilege
level of the user.
To view live video, log in to the PTZ IP camera, then click View Video in the PTZ IP camera Main
window menu bar. The Camera Video & Control window appears. This window displays live video from
the camera and lets you control a variety of camera and display functions.
The controls that you see in the Camera Video & Control window depend on your PTZ IP camera
privilege level and the configurations settings for the PTZ IP camera. Users with the Administrator
privilege can access all controls. Users with the Viewer privilege do not have access to the following
controls:
•
Video image controls
•
Motion detection controls
Table 4-4 describes the controls in the main Camera Video & Control window.
Table 4-4
Control
Camera Video & Control Window Controls
Description
Video controls
Video Codec
drop-down list
Choose the codec for video transmission (H.264 or MJPEG).
You can choose H.264 only if the primary video stream (channel 1) is
enabled. You can choose MJPEG only if the secondary video stream (channel
2) is enabled.
For information about enabling and disabling video streams, see the
“Streaming Window” section on page 4-1.
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Camera Video & Control Window Controls (continued)
Control
Description
Video Resolution
drop-down list
Choose the resolution for video transmission. The resolutions in this
drop-down list depend on the video standard that you selected.
The default value for H.264 is 1920 x 1080. The default value for MJPEG is
704 x 480.
You cannot configure a secondary stream if you configure this resolution for
1920 x 1080.
Note
You can also change the resolution for video transmission by
changing the value in the Video Resolution Type field, as described
in the “Streaming Window” section on page 4-1.
Image tools
Hotspot zoom button Click this latch button to enable the digital zoom feature, which provides
five-step digital zooming in for the normal (not full screen) video display.
Click this button again to disable the digital zoom feature.
To perform a digital zoom, engage the Hotspot zoom button and click the
video display. The first five clicks zoom the display. The sixth click returns
to unzoomed display.
Hotspot pan+tilt
button
This button is disabled.
Save snapshot button Captures and saves a the current video image as a .gif file or a .jpg file in the
location of your choice and with the file name of your choice.
When you click this button, the Snapshot window appears. Click Save and
follow the on-screen prompts to save the image with the name and in the
location that you want.
Flip button
Rotates the video image by 180 degrees.
Mirror button
Reverses the video image.
Restore button
Displays the default video image, which is not rotated and not reversed.
Full Screen button
Displays the video image in full screen mode.
To return to normal display mode, click the full screen image.
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Camera Video & Control Window Controls (continued)
Control
Description
Audio Control
Displays the controls for audio when you enable audio. Controls are greyed
out when audio is disabled. To enable audio:
•
Click on the Setup link and select Streaming.
•
From the Audio section of the Streaming page, check the Enable Audio
box.
•
Click Save.
Use these controls to enable or disable the speaker and microphone. Use the
sliders to adjust the volume.
The following settings are accessible from the main Camera Video & Control window:
•
Camera Settings, page 4-6
•
Motion Detection Settings, page 4-9
•
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings, page 4-10
•
Privacy Zone, page 4-12
Camera Settings
The controls in Table 4-5 appear when you click the Up Arrow next to Camera Settings under the video
image.
Table 4-5
Camera Settings
Control
Description
Picture Adjustments
Brightness slider
To control the brightness of the video image, drag the slider.
Values are 1 through 10. A higher value increases the brightness
and a lower value decreases the brightness. For example, if the
PTZ IP camera is facing a bright light and the video appears too
dark, you can increase the brightness.
The default value is 5.
Contrast slider
To control contrast of the video image, drag the slider. Values are
1 through 10. A higher value increases the contrast and a lower
value decreases the contrast.
The default value is 5.
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Camera Settings (continued)
Control
Description
Sharpness slider
To control the sharpness of the video from the PTZ IP camera,
drag the slider. Values are 1 through 100. A higher value
increases the sharpness and a lower value decreases the
sharpness.
The default value is 50.
Restore button
Resets white balance, brightness, contrast, sharpness, saturation,
and hue to their default values.
White Balance Mode
Options are
•
Auto (default)—White balance is automatically set by the
camera and is suitable for most conditions.
•
Indoor—This white balance mode is specifically for indoors.
You can capture images with natural white balance.
•
Outdoor—This white balance mode is specifically for
outdoors. You can capture images with natural white balance
in the morning and evening.
•
One Push WB—This option is a fixed white balance mode.
You can automatically readjust as required, assuming that a
white object, in suitable lighting conditions and occupying
more than half of the image area, is seen by the camera.
•
Manual—With this option you can set the white balance by
setting red gain (RGain) and blue gain (BGain) manually.
•
Sodium Lamp—This option is a fixed white balance mode
specifically for sodium vapor lamps.
•
ATW—The camera automatically adjusts the white balance
in response to varying light conditions.
Exposure Control
Note
Click on the Exposure Control heading to access the controls.
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Camera Settings (continued)
Control
Description
Exposure level
Choose this option if you want to increase or decrease the
exposure level.
For example, if you want to add light to properly expose the
image, set the value to +2. If you want to underexpose the scene,
set value to -2.
Range is -2.0 through +2.0. Default is 0.
Exposure mode
Gain control slider
Options are
•
Auto (default)—Automatically sets the Exposure time. You
can manually set the Gain control.
•
Shutter Priority—Allows you to manually set the Exposure
time and Gain control. Choose longer exposures to create an
impression of motion. Choose shorter exposures to ensure
that the motion is effectively frozen in the resulting image.
•
Iris Priority—Allows you to manually set the Gain control
and Iris adjustment to control the distance between the
nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear acceptably
sharp in an image.
•
Manual—Allows you to manually set the Exposure time,
Gain control, and Iris adjustment. Selecting this option sets
the Switch Mode to Day on the Camera page.
Set the gain control.
Range is 6dB through 28dB.
Default is 22dB.
Note
Measurement Window
Changing gain control affects the Day to Night
Threshold on the Camera page.
Options are
•
Full View—Exposure is calculated based on full view.
•
Back light compensation (BLC)—This option adds a
weighted region in the middle of the image view to give
necessary exposure compensation. The option is only
available when the Exposure mode is set to Auto.
Advanced Settings
Note
Click on the Advanced Settings title to access the control.
Enable WDR
For extremely light and dark areas, enable the wide dynamic
range (WDR) feature to ensure you can clearly view the objects
in the scene.
Options are
•
Off (default)
•
Auto
•
Manual
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Motion Detection Settings
The controls in Table 4-6 appear when you click the Up Arrow in the Motion Detection area under the
video image. These controls are available only when viewing the primary (H.264) stream.
Note
Table 4-6
Control
When you use PTZ on the camera, motion detection is disabled for 20 seconds.
Motion Detection Settings
Description
Enable Motion Detection check box Enables the motion detection feature and displays a grid over the video image.
When motion detection is enabled, the PTZ IP camera monitors activity in regions
of the video that you specify. If activity at a defined level occurs in any of these
areas, the PTZ IP camera generates an alert and takes the actions that are configured
as described in the “Event Notification Window” section on page 4-9.
After motion detection has been enabled, you create specific regions that the PTZ IP
camera monitors for activity. To create a motion detection region, right-click on the
video image, choose Draw Region, and then click and drag across the motion
detection grid to draw a green square or rectangle comprised of one or more grid
squares. Up to eight of the following regions can be drawn:
•
Motion inclusion regions—Designate areas to examine for motion. You can
draw up to four motion inclusion regions.
•
Motion Exclusion Regions—Designate areas to ignore for motion. You can
draw up to four motion exclusion regions.
For each region listed under the Region Properties area, you can configure the
following properties:
•
IsActive—Specifies whether the region is active (enabled) or not active
(disabled). Chose true to enable a region; choose False to disable a region.
•
Location—Specifies the grid coordinate (X, Y) for the upper left corner of the
region.
•
Name—You can enter a name of up to 12 characters for a region.
•
Region Type—Specifies whether the region is an inclusion or an exclusion
region. Choose Inclusion to have the region examine for motion; choose
Exclusion to have the region ignore motion.
•
Sensitivity—Designates the relative amount of activity that the PTZ IP camera
must detect in the area before it generates an alert. A lower value means that
more, or faster, activity is required to trigger an alert. A higher value means that
less, or slower, activity is required. The default value is 80.
•
Threshold—Designates the percentage of pixels that the PTZ IP camera must
identify as changed in the area before it generates an alert. The camera detects
pixel changes at the defined sensitivity level. The default threshold value is 10.
To reset the sensitivity and threshold to their default values of 80 and 10
respectively, right-click on the region, and choose Restore Values.
To remove a region, right-click it, and choose Delete Region.
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Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings
The controls in Table 4-7 appear when you click the Up Arrow in the Pan/Tilt/Zoom area at the bottom
of the video image.
Table 4-7
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings
Control
Description
Pan Tilt Zoom
Check the Enable Pan and Tilt box to enable the pan and tilt
controls on the left.
Use the arrow buttons to manually position the camera to the
desired area.
Use the home button to return the camera to the original
position.
Zoom
To control the field of view zoom factor, left click on the minus
magnifier to zoom out (wide). Left click on the plus magnifier
to zoom in (telephoto).
Depress the left mouse button to continuously zoom in or out.
Enable Digital Zoom
Check this box to enable digital zoom.
Enable Auto Focus
Check this box to automatically focus the PTZ IP camera for the
selected zoom.
Focus
To manually control the field of view focus, use the left arrow
to focus on near objects. Use the right arrow to focus on far
objects.
Note
To use the Focus controls, ensure that the Enable Auto
Focus option is not checked.
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Control
Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings (continued)
Description
Preset & Home Position
Note
Click on the title to access these controls.
You can configure a maximum of eight preset positions.
To add a preset position
•
Click on the plus button.
•
Enter a unique name for this preset position. The name can
contain from 1 to 64 characters, which can be letters,
numbers, and special characters, but no spaces. Special
characters are: ! % ( ) , - = @ _ ~
•
Click the Save button.
If you already configured the maximum amount of preset
positions, an error message displays.
To delete a preset position, use the trash button.
Note
You cannot delete a preset position that is part of a
patrol list. Go to Patrol Settings to remove a preset
position from the patrol list.
To set one of the preset positions as the home position, click the
Set Current Home Position button.
To restore the default home position, click the Restore default
Home Position button.
Speed Control
Pan Speed—Use the slider to set the rate at which the camera
pans to the desired location. Values are 1 through 100. Default
is 50.
Tilt Speed—Use the slider to set the rate at which the camera
tilts. Values are 1 through 100. Default is 50.
Zoom Speed—Use the slider to set the rate at which the camera
zooms. Values are 1 through 100. Default is 50.
Focus Speed—Use the slider to set the rate at which the camera
focuses on a desired location. Values are 1 through 100. Default
is 50.
Auto Pan/Patrol Speed—Use the slider to set the rate at which
the camera automatically pans and patrols based on the patrol
list. Values are 1 through 100. Default is 50.
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Pan/Tilt/Zoom Settings (continued)
Control
Description
Patrol Settings
Use this screen to manage the patrol areas and times for each
preset position.
After adding the preset positions, select the preset position in
the Presets list. Use the right arrow button to add one preset (>)
to the patrol list. To add all of the preset positions, use the Shift
key to highlight all of the positions. Click the double right arrow
button (>>). These presets are now added to the Patrol list.
Set the time that the Preset position patrols the area before
moving to the next position by adding the time in the Dwell
Time box next to each preset.
Dwell Time is the time (in seconds) that the camera spends in a
specific preset area.
To set the priority of each preset, highlight the preset. Use the
up and down arrows under the Patrol and Dwell Time window
to set the priority of each preset.
Click the Save button to save the patrol settings. An
informational message appears indicating that the patrol
settings are successfully stored on the camera.
Use the Auto Patrol button to start patrolling the first preset
area in the patrol list followed by the second, and so forth. Click
the button to stop patrolling.
Privacy Zone
The controls in Table 4-8 appear when you click the Up Arrow in the Privacy Zone area at the bottom
of the video image.
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Control
Privacy Zone Controls
Description
Use the Privacy Zone section to mask particular
regions that should not be visible in video
streaming. Privacy Zone is drawn on the center of
the image. In the Privacy Zone section, use the
pan, tilt, zoom, and focus controls to place
targeted object or view inside the green box in
center. The green box can be resized to increase
height and width.
Once the target object is inside the green box,
enter the name in the Region Name edit box and
click the Add button to draw the mask on video.
To change mask color, click the Region Color
drop down box and select mask color. Click the
Save button to apply new mask color to video.
To remove a privacy region, select desired region
from the Privacy Mask drop down list. The
camera automatically goes to the position of the
selected mask. Click the Delete button to delete
the mask. The message, "Privacy Zone setting
successfully stored on the camera" is displayed
when region is deleted.
To focus on a particular Privacy Zone, select the
region name from Privacy Mask drop down list.
The camera automatically pans and tilts to the
masked region.
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Home window
A
description
About link
4-2
4-2
displaying
ActiveX controls
4-2
4-1
HTTP, allowing access through
B
3-2
I
brightness
4-6
installing
IP camera
warnings
C
2-1
2-2
waterproof connector
IP address
camera
default for IP camera
See PTZ camera
accessing
displaying
accessing through a web browser
4-2
connecting to for the first time
4-2
installation
connecting, to the IP camera
for the first time
3-1
IP camera
4-4
description
3-1
obtaining from DCHP server
Camera Video/Control window
logging out of
4-6
D
DHCP, obtaining IP address through
2-4
4-2
powering off
4-3
powering on
4-3
windows
3-1
2-2
waterproof connector
3-1
3-1
2-1
warnings
3-1
PC requirements for
contrast
2-4
4-2
3-1
L
F
live video
factory reset
viewing
4-4
through home window
4-4
through third-party device or software
H
help, for IP camera windows
4-4
See also video
4-2
log out, of IP camera
4-2
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See also live video
M
video codec
motion detection
enabling
controls in Camera Video/Control window
4-9
4-4
video image
controls in Camera Video/Control window
4-6
video resolution
P
controls in Camera Video/Control window
View Video link
password
requirements for
4-2
3-2
password, requirements for
3-2
W
power
adapter
4-5
2-1
warnings before installation
powering off the IP camera
4-3
powering on the IP camera
4-3
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
2-1
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
waterproof connector
2-2
2-4
2-1
R
rebooting, IP camera
Refresh link
4-4
4-1
reset
factory default values
reboot
4-4
4-4
S
Setup window
description
displaying
sharpness
4-2
4-2
4-7
V
video
viewing live
through Home window
4-4
through third-party device or software
4-4
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