3 mm Beschnitt umlaufend
3 Megapixels
2048 x 1536
8x software zoom
-22°F to +140°F
Weatherproof
-30°C to +60°C, IP65
no heating necessary
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IEEE 802.3af
PoE
network power
even in winter
microphone & speaker
Audio
bi-directional via IP
variable frame rates
Video SIP Client
IP Telephony
alarm notify,
camera remote control
Video motion
multiple windows
precision pixel-based
lip-syncronized audio
Recording
event ring buffer
30 cams each 30 fps
Live viewing
30 cams at 30 fps
all on one screen
Backlight
safe using CMOS
without mechanical iris
Complete integration for web and security
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Wall mount
with cable cover
for RJ45 wall outlet
Robust
no moving parts
fiber glass housing
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MOBOTIX Camera Data
Enter the data of your camera here!
Camera Model:
Camera Name:
Factory IP Address:
.
.
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Current IP Address:
.
.
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activated DHCP:
deactivated Admin User Name:
Admin Password:
D22M Basic
D22M Secure
D22M with Vandalism Set
Note:
MOBOTIX offers inexpensive seminars that include a workshop and
practical excercises: Basic Seminar 3 days, Advanced Seminar
2 days. For more information, see www.mobotix.com
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1
INTRODUCTION
6
1.1
MOBOTIX Cost Benefits
12
1.2
MOBOTIX Technical Advantages
13
1.3
MOBOTIX D22M Concept
14
1.4
Lens Options, Hardware and Software Features
20
1.5 Important Notes
1.5.1 Weatherproofness
1.5.2 Password for the Administration Menu
1.5.3 Irreversibly Deactivating the Microphone
1.5.4 Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address
1.5.5 Resetting the Camera to Factory Defaults
1.5.6 Activating Event Control for Security Applications
1.5.7 Deactivating Text and Logo Options
1.5.8 Deactivating the Automatic Daily Reboot of the Camera
1.5.9 ISDN Compatibility Notes
1.5.10 Using Internet Browsers
1.5.11 Cleaning Instructions
1.5.12 Safety Notes for Operating MOBOTIX Cameras
1.5.13 Additional Information
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MOUNTING THE CAMERA
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2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
Preparing the Installation
Mounting to a Ceiling or Wall
Additional Mounting Options for IT/Secure Models
Network Connection and Power Supply, UPS
Providing the Camera Connections, Wall Outlets
Directions for Mounting
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2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
D22M-IT/Secure: Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
Delivered Parts and Components D22M-IT/Secure
Camera Housing and Connectors D22M-IT/Secure
Dimensions of the D22M-IT/Secure
Drilling Template for the D22M-IT/Secure Mounting Ring
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2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.2.4
D22M-Basic: Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
Delivered Parts and Components D22M-Basic
Camera Housing and Connectors D22M-Basic
Dimensions of the D22M-Basic
Drilling Template for the D22M-Basic
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2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
Camera Accessories: Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
D22M On-Wall Set
D22M In-Ceiling Set
D22M Vandalism Set
D22M Wall Mount
D22M Pole Mount
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2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
Mounting the Camera
D22M-IT/Secure
D22M-Basic
Finishing the Mounting Process
Notes on Mounting the Camera to a Wall Without the Wall Mount
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2.6
Mounting the D22M to a Ceiling Using the On-Wall Set
60
2.7
Mounting the D22M to a Ceiling Using the In-Ceiling Set
62
2.8
Mounting the D22M Vandalism Set
64
2.9
Mounting the D22M to a Wall Using the Wall Mount
66
2.10 Notes
2.10.1 Cleaning Instructions
2.10.2 Wiring, Fire Prevention, Lightning and Surge Protection
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68
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2.11 Camera Accessories
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3
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OPERATING THE CAMERA
3.1 General Procedure
3.1.1 Establishing the Power Supply to the Camera
3.1.2 Connecting the Camera
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3.2
76
Overview of the Configuration Settings
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
Connecting the Camera, Power Supply
Notes on Cable Lengths and Power Supply
Camera Startup Sequence
Power Supply (MxPoE) Using a Switch
Power Supply (MxPoE) When Connected Directly to a Computer
Power Supply (MxPoE) Using a Network Power Rack or Network
Power Box
3.3.6 Power Supply (PoE IEEE 802.3af) Using Power-over-Ethernet Products
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3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
The First Image from the Camera
Preparing the Ethernet Connection
The First Image in the Browser
Camera Screens in the Browser
Access Using Zeroconf/Bonjour
Browser Settings
The First Image in MxControlCenter
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3.5
Starting the Camera With an Automatic IP Address (DHCP)
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3.6
Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address
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APPENDIX: IP65/IP54 CERTIFICATE, DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
DRILLING TEMPLATES (SCALE 1:1)
Note
Chapters 4 and above are part of the Camera Software Manual (Software Manual in short). The main headings are listed below to give you
an overview of the Software Manual contents.
SOFTWARE MANUAL PART 2
4
CAMERA USER INTERFACE
4.1
The First Image in the Browser
4.2
The First Image in MxControlCenter
4.3
The Live Screen in the Browser
4.4
The Playback Screen in the Browser
4.5
The MultiView Screen in the Browser
4.6
PDA Screen
4.7
Guest Screen
4.8
Browser Settings
4.9
Configuring the Softbuttons
4.10 Fast Video Streaming
4.11 Operating Multiple Cameras
5
GENERAL CAMERA CONFIGURATION
5.1
Overview
5.2
Quick Installation
5.3
Connection Test
5.4
Basic Settings
5.5
Image Controls
5.6
Logos
5.7
Exposure Settings
5.8
Day & Night Modes
5.9
Managing Settings
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SOFTWARE UPDATES
6.1
Overview
6.2
Preparatory Steps
6.3
Updating the Camera Software
6.4
Update Checklist
7
EVENTS, ACTIONS AND MESSAGES
7.1
Overview
7.2
Functional Overview
7.3
General Procedure
7.4
Screen Display of Event Settings in Live Image
7.5
Arming
7.6
Events
7.7
Actions and Messaging, Action and Messaging Profiles
7.8
Working with Profiles
7.9
Time Tasks
8
RECORDING
8.1
Overview
8.2
Recording Modes
8.3
Recording Types
9
TELEPHONY FEATURES
9.1
Overview
9.2
VoIP Settings for IP Telephony
9.3
Camera Phone (Listen, Speak and Intercom Modes)
9.4
Phone Profiles: Outbound Phone Calls
9.5
Phone Call-In: Inbound Phone Calls
9.6
Remotely Controlling the Camera Using a Phone
9.7
Sample Configurations for IP Telephony via Internet
9.8
Sample Configurations for IP Telephony on a LAN
9.9
Video Telephony
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MOBOTIX CAMERAS ON THE WEB
10.1 Overview
10.2 Indirectly Accessing MOBOTIX Cameras via the Web
10.3 Directly Accessing MOBOTIX Cameras via the Web
10.4 Configuring the Router
10.5 DynDNS
11
SOFTWARE INTERFACES
11.1
Overview
11.2 Accessing the Camera's Live Image and the Event Images
11.3 Accessing the Camera's Live Image Using the Second Image Channel
11.4 Video Streaming
11.5 The HTTP API
12
TROUBLESHOOTING
12.1 Overview
12.2 Troubleshooting Checklist
12.3 Diagnostic Tools of the Camera
12.4 Monitoring Tools of the Camera
12.5 Potential Issues
12.6 Additional Information
12.7 Sending Back the Camera
12.8 Warranty
Note
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Information subject to change without notice!
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All rights reserved. MOBOTIX, MxPEG and MxControlCenter are worldwide
trademarks of MOBOTIX AG. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Server are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh,
OS X and Bonjour are trademarks of Apple Inc. Linux is a trademark of Linus
Torvalds. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks or
registered trademarks of the respective owners.
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High resolution: QXGA
format with 2048x1536!
30 frames per second in
VGA format!
INTRODUCTION
The D22M cameras are powerful yet compact MOBOTIX network cameras that are capable of creating high-resolution live
video streams (QXGA format: 2048x1536 pixels) with high image rates. When showing VGA video (640x480), the camera can deliver up to 30 fps. Even Megapixel video (1280x960) will still generate up to 10 fps.
The camera transmits lip-synchronous audio, both in the browser (ActiveX plug-in)
and when using MxControlCenter (external speaker and microphone required;
not available on D22M-Basic).
The MOBOTIX D22M is
available as SECURE, IT or
Basic model with different
features (the Basic model
does not have audio features). The D22M can be fitted with any of the five M14
high-performance lenses.
Because of the low power
consumption
of
only
3 Watts,
the
MOBOTIX
D22M cameras feature the
highest operating temperature range in the market
from -30 to + 60°C (-22 to 140°F). Since MOBOTIX cameras neither fog up nor require heating, power can be supplied via the network cabling using standard PoE
products. D22M IT and Secure models are absolutely dust-proof and resistant
against water jets (IP65; D22M-Basic: IP54). When mounted to the D22M Wall
Mount, the camera can be used in outdoor applications; the wall mount perfectly
covers wall outlets, thus providing completely concealed cabling.
Everything integrated!
MxControlCenter
Like all other MOBOTIX cameras, the D22M models have more to offer than only
the camera features. The integrated software features include a multitude of functions, such as video motion detection, long-term recording, alarm messaging
and video IP telephony to name but a few features. Unlike in camera systems
from other manufacturers,
buying and installing additional software on the computer is thus unnecessary.
Instead of using a web
browser, you can also
download the free MxControlCenter from the MOBOTIX website, which allows
displaying multiple cameras
on one monitor, allows for
comfortably searching and
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evaluating the alarm video clips and provides alerting
features (including audio).
While MxControlCenter has been providing virtual PTZ
features for quite a while, these features are now available directly in the MOBOTIX camera. This means that
you can continuously zoom into or out of the live image
using either the mouse wheel or a joystick. When storing images or video sequences, you can choose to store
either the visible image area of the live image or the
full sensor image. The second option would also allow
examining the parts of an image or video after the event
that had not been in the visible image section of the live
image.
Zoom 2x
Zoom 1x
Virtual PTZ
Another problem known from photography are the distortions from wide-angle lenses. Straight lines at the image borders are bent inwards towards the corners. The
integrated distortion correction features of the camera
(and of MxControlCenter) allow correcting the bent lines
of various lenses using software algorithms.
Image section with correction of wide-angle
distortion
The current MOBOTIX cameras support direct storage on the integrated
Flash storage media, internal SD cards and external USB media. The
MOBOTIX Secure R versions are a highlight in this respect as they are
delivered with an integrated Flash storage device (e.g. R8 with 8 GB).
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SD cards and external USB devices.
An internal Flash storage option is currently not
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D22M-Basic
The D22M-Basic, with a diameter of only 12.9 cm
(5 in) and a height of only 8.5 cm (3.3 in) is the most
compact and most discrete MOBOTIX camera. The
camera is weatherproof (IP54) and thus suited for
outdoor use.
ø 129 mm/5.1 in
Note
Die D22M-Basic ist die richtige Wahl für Webcam-Anwendungen und
einfache Überwachungsaufgaben.
D22M-IT and Secure
(IP65)
*Accessories required for
D22M: external microphone and external
speaker
D22M-IT/Secure
The D22M IT and Secure models feature additional functions and security features.
Among other things, you can connect an external speaker and microphone, store
images and video sequences on an
external file server (including audio)
and call the camera using SIP video*.
MOBOTIX also provides accessories
for indoor and outdoor applications
and vandalism-prone areas. The
camera is weatherproof (IP65) and
ø 160 mm/6.3 in
thus suited for outdoor use.
Note
D22M IT and Secure models are the right choice for more sophisticated surveillance applications.
Accessories for the MOBOTIX D22M
•
On-Wall Set (IP65)
On-Wall Set: This set can reliably protect external cables if the cables cannot
be guided from below the housing but have to be led above the wall for
technical or legal reasons. In
addition, the On-Wall mount
ø 165 mm x 37mm
provides ample space for ex/6.5 x 1.5 in
tra modules (batteries, WiFi,
...).
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Vandalism Set: The Vandalism Set provides added protection for D22M
cameras. The set consists of a robust camera ring made of stainless steel
and a reinforced dome
made from 3 mm thick
polycarbonate. A camera with vandalism set
is perfectly suited for
applications in demanding environments
(such as prisons, social
hot-spots, train stations, etc.).
Vandalism Set (IP65)
- Stainless steel, matt
D22M Vandalism Set in
different material and
color versions
- Stainless steel, polished
- Stainless steel, white powder-coated
- Stainless steel, black powder-coated
- Stainless steel, silver powder-coated
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versions:
- matt
- polished
- white powder-coated
- black powder-coated
- silver powder-coated
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In-Ceiling Set: The In-Ceiling Set allows mounting the D22M in fake ceilings,
for example. This type
of installation provides optimum protection for the camera
and reduces the visible profile to a minimum since only the
dome is visible.
•
Wall Mount: The Wall Mount is the ideal solution for mounting the D22M to
walls for indoor and outdoor applications. The camera is absolutely dustproof and resistant
against water jets
(IP65). The wall mount
also covers RJ45 wall
outlets and also has
ample space for additional modules.
•
Pole Mount: If you would like to mount the MOBOTIX D22M to a pole, you
should consider using the MOBOTIX Pole Mount, which is used in combination with the wall
mount. The supplied
stainless steel straps
allow fixing the mount
to poles with diameters between 60 and
180 mm
(2.4
to
7.1 in).
•
Lenses, sensors: You can choose between five different lenses for the MOBOTIX D22M (M14 thread). IT and Secure models can be ordered either with
a daylight image sensor (color) or a night image sensor (black and white).
For further information on this topic, please read section 1.4, Lens Options,
Hardware and Software Features.
In-Ceiling Set
Outdoor Wall Mount made
from sturdy PBT 30GF
Pole Mount: Outdoor quality made of 3 mm stainless steel
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Overview—MOBOTIX
Cost Benefits
MOBOTIX Cost Benefits
Increased resolution reduces amount of cameras
1536-line, high-resolution sensors give a better overview and allow monitoring an entire room with just one camera from the corner
Reduced installation costs at any distance
Standard Ethernet connection enables the use of common network components such as fiber, copper and wireless (WiFi)
Intelligent recording technology reduces storage
Decentralized recording technology in the camera software puts less strain
on PCs and reduces the amount of storage PCs (DVRs) by 10 times
Event-controlled image rate minimizes storage cost
Event-driven, automatically adjusted recording frame rate based on event or
sensor action reduces amount of data and storage costs
No additional power and no heating required
Anti-fogging without heating allows usage of standard PoE technology to
power the system via network and saves costs of power cabling
Backup power requirement reduced by 8 times
Low power consumption, 3 Watt, enables year-round (no heating required)
PoE with one centralized UPS from installation room via network
Robust and practically maintenance free
Fiberglass-reinforced composite housing with built-in cable protection and
no mechanical moving parts (no autoiris) guarantees longevity
No software and no licence costs
Control and recording software is integrated in the camera and is free of
charge; new functions are available via free software downloads
Unlimited scalability and high return on investment
While in use, more cameras and storage can be added at any time; image
format, frame rate & recording parameters can be camera specific
Additional functions and other extras included
Audio support, lens, wall mount and weatherproof housing (-30° to +60°C,
-22° to +140°F) included; microphone & speaker available in certain models
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MOBOTIX Technical Advantages
Progressive-scan instead of half-frame blur
Megapixel sensor and image processing inside the camera with digital
white balance generates sharp and true color images at every scale
Sun and backlight compensation
CMOS sensor without auto iris, digital contrast enhancement and configurable exposure measurement zones guarantee optimum exposure control
Dual camera technology: 2-in-1
Two possible camera views with picture-in-picture technology or 180° panoramic view; one Dual-Fixdome camera with 2.5 megapixel is enough
Long-term, high-performance Terabyte recording incl.
Event detection and ring buffer recording by the camera itself allow recording of 40 smooth video streams on a single PC (1200 VGA images/s)
Simultaneous recording, event search and live viewing
Live video for multiple users, recording and event search simultaneously
possible in seconds from anywhere in the world via network
Very low network load
Efficient MxPEG video codec, motion detection based recording and video
buffering inside camera guarantee a very low network load
Bridging of recording during network failures
Internal camera ring buffer bridges network failures and bandwidth fluctuations of wireless links (WLAN/UMTS) for several minutes
Day & night maintenance free
Unique Day/Night camera technology without moving parts guarantees extreme light sensitivity and ensures long-term reliability
Audio and SIP telephony
Lip-synchronized audio (live & recording); each camera is a video IP telephone based on SIP standard with automatic alarm call and remote control
MxControlCenter included
Dual screen technology with building plans, free camera positioning, event
search, image processing, lens distortion correction and PTZ support
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MOBOTIX D22M Concept
High-resolution live video with up to 30 frames/s
The MOBOTIX cameras deliver smooth live video display in VGA format (640x480
pixels) with synchronous live audio, yet it keeps the network load to a minimum.
Live video display now matches the performance of analog video systems. When
recording, MOBOTIX systems easily outperform analog systems, since MOBOTIX
cameras store the high live image resolution and frame rate without compromising
image quality. MOBOTIX technology thus allows simultaneously recording the
video from 30 cameras in continuous recording mode on one standard PC at
30 frames per second each, including the audio channel of the cameras.
Low bandwidth requirements
*Accessories required for
D22M: external microphone and external
speaker
MOBOTIX' patent pending MxPEG streaming format allows fast live video with
audio at extremely low network loads (1 to 2 Mbps). Since the MOBOTIX camera itself detects movements in the image (and not the computer), video is only transmitted if movements occur, and when the video and audio data are being stored.
Voice over IP (with accessories)
D22M-IT and Secure
models also allow connecting an external
speaker and microphone;
D22M cameras do not
have an integrated
speaker or a
microphone
IP Telephony!
In order to use VoIP and
Internet telephony with
the D22M, you need an IT
or Secure model with an
attached external speaker
and microphone
Moreover, MxPEG provides for lip-synchronized audio and two-way communication between the camera and your computer. Room surveillance with audio is possible using Internet Explorer or MxControlCenter. Alarm notification on your mobile
via Internet (SIP) telephony is just as easy as event-controlled voice messages directly from the camera (ISDN requires M12 or D12 model).
IP telephony and video SIP (with accessories)
All telephone features can be used
via Internet telephony thanks to the
integrated SIP client. The SIP client allows remote-controlling the camera
using the touchtone keys and also
makes the alarm calls of the camera.
Video telephony allows establishing
SIP audio/video connections to the
camera using Windows Messenger
or similar applications (e.g. CounterPath X-Lite/Eyebeam).
Long-term storage on file servers included
MOBOTIX cameras have an integrated long-term storage system for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X computers. Every camera manages its own ring buffer storage on the shared folder. Thanks to this decentralized approach, up to 30 live cameras can store images on one computer with 30 frames per second each, including audio.
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Recording on Flash, USB and SD storage media
The current MOBOTIX cameras support direct storage on the integrated Flash
storage media, internal SD cards and external USB media.
Int. Flash
SD Card
M12
X*
X**
X
Adapter cable required
D12
X*
X**
X
Adapter cable required
V12
X*
M22M
X*
X
Device can be connected directly
X
Adapter cable required
D22M
X**
Q22M
X**
*Integrated Flash storage can only be installed
at the factory!
USB Device Remarks for USB Devices
**SD cards are supported from software
version 3.4.2
The MOBOTIX Secure R versions are a highlight in this respect as they are delivered with an integrated Flash storage device (e.g. R8 with 8 GB). These models
have been preconfigured at the factory for Flash device storage. By using Flash, the
camera features these additional possibilities:
•
•
•
Stand-alone use of the camera without file server thanks to recording on
the Flash device.
High-security application with recording on a file server or NAS/SAN in
which the Flash device serves as storage buffer. It can thus bridge longer failures of the network or the file server without losing any video sequences
(supported in a future software version).
Event downloads to USB media or SD cards for evaluation of the recorded
sequences on a computer.
30 live cameras using MxControlCenter
Instead of using a web browser, you can also
download the free MxControlCenter client from
www.mobotix.com, which allows displaying up
to 30 MOBOTIX cameras on one monitor (Linux
and Mac OS X versions are currently being developed). In addition, MxControlCenter can process
incoming alarms from the cameras and allows
comfortably searching and evaluating the alarm
video clips (including audio). The integrated Layout
Editor of MxControlCenter provides for quickly creating floor plans by simply dragging/dropping the
cameras onto a background image. Load a floor
plan as background image, drag&drop the cameras; done.
Event and time-controlled
Just like event-controlled recording upon detecting movements in the image, the
camera can also record when the volume detected by the microphone exceeds a
set trigger value. Using scheduled recording, time tasks can start or stop video recording, uploading of images to a web site or sending of e-mails with video/audio
clips. Special programs control vacation times and holidays.
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Remote alerting
In case of an alarm, MOBOTIX cameras automatically pop up windows or activate
other functions at a remote security control center. The cameras can use network/
wireless, GSM/GPRS/UMTS (3G) or Internet connections for this purpose.
Day & Night
The Night versions of the MOBOTIX cameras with only one image sensor (Mono)
deliver crisp and clear B/W images of moving objects even at night, MOBOTIX Day/
Night models (M12D-DNight und D12D-DNight) with two image sensors (1x color, 1x
B/W) deliver brilliant color images during the day and crisp B/W images at night.
The cameras switch lenses automatically, depending on the level of illumination.
Integrated Power-over-Ethernet
Power is supplied as Power-over Ethernet via the network cabling using the MOBOTIX power supply (in combination with the Network
Power Adapter), a MOBOTIX Network Power Rack (8 to 20 cameras), a
Network Power Box (4 cameras), or by using a PoE-compatible switch (according
to PoE standard IEEE 802.3af).
No heating required—PoE
is no problem even in the
wintertime!
*D12 models together
with Outdoor Wall Mount
Logo generator
Since the camera's plastic housing insulates well and is anti-fogging, no additional
heating or fans are necessary. This is why MOBOTIX, unlike other manufacturer's
cameras, have low power requirements (3 Watts) and PoE can be used every day
of the year indoors as well as outdoors for supplying power.
Weatherproof
MOBOTIX cameras are certified according to IP65 and are designed for outdoor as
well as indoor usage*. As the cameras do not have any moving parts, they are extremely robust and resistant against heat and cold (-30°C to +60°C; -22°F to +
140°F).
Logos, animated or freestyle
The logo generator of MOBOTIX
cameras allows integrating banners and graphics (including files
loaded from any URL) into the current camera images—with optional scheduler control. MOBOTIX
cameras are the only network IP
cameras supporting animated
and transparent graphics.
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Live images of up to 2048x1536 pixels resolution via network, ISDN, GSM,
GPRS, UMTS, wireless with up to 30 fps (at VGA resolution 640x480), also
adapted for PDAs.
•
Continuous digital zoom (up to 8x zoom) and integrated panning (clicking
with the mouse near the borders of the image will move the visible image
area within the full image).
•
True software scaling using the proven and continuously improved MOBOTIX algorithms, which delivers brilliant images even with smaller image
formats (e.g. 320 x 240/CIF).
•
Audio video recording* with three different recording modes: Event recording with audio, continuous recording with variable frame rate and audio as
well as event-controlled snapsShot recording of JPEG images.
•
Storage failure detection can monitor a file server (or a Flash device) and
can use one or more of the defined messaging options for error notification.
•
Playback of recorded images/video sequences with audio in the integrated
video management system.
•
Multiwatcher screen can display and monitor several cameras via the Internet, with only one camera requiring access from the outside. This “proxy”
camera uses only very little bandwidth, making it an ideal solution for lowbandwidth connections.
•
MultiView screen for displaying multiple cameras or events in one browser
window.
•
Event notification by e-mail, SMS (using a provider), voice notification (Phone
Call-Out), sounds and by visual means (e.g. red frame in live image) using
two separate messaging paths.
•
Object tracing for analyzing the paths of objects that are moving in the image.
•
Logo generator for displaying logos in the camera images with dialogs for
managing image files and defining image and logo profiles for controlling
logo display.
•
Logos can have transparent areas and can be displayed partially transparent at the same time (creating a watermark effect), banner rotation and animations are also possible.
•
Time Tables for handling customized days, e.g. for holidays and vacations.
The time tables are used to control the camera's arming, image recording,
action, messaging, logo, obscure image and other features.
2048 x 1536 pixels
*Telephony features can
be used via VoIP (Internet telephony; all MOBOTIX cameras) or via
ISDN (only M12 and D12
models)!
Logo generator
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Remote signaling for master/slave cameras, with the master camera controlling the arming status of the slave cameras. This allows arming, for example, of all slave cameras by using a key switch that is connected to the
master camera.
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Transfer profiles for comfortably controlling transmissions via FTP, e-mail,
phone calls and network messages.
•
Speaker phone* with talk, listen and intercom modes via Internet telephony (SIP) and ISDN using the integrated microphone and speaker.
•
Phone Call-In* to remotely control the camera using a touchtone phone via
Internet telephony (SIP) and ISDN (retrieve camera information, establish
Internet connection, announcement of retrieved IP address, intercom feature,
etc.).
•
MxPEG video compression using MOBOTIX MxControlCenter. The ActiveX
plug-in for Internet Explorer users brings all advantages of MxPEG to the
browser-based user interface (including the audio stream from and to the
camera).
•
Routing allows using other network connections besides the standard route.
•
DynDNS client for accessing the camera via the Web using a symbolic name
(e.g. mymobotixcam.dyndns.org) although the provider is assigning a
new dynamic IP address every time the camera connects to the Internet.
•
Inerasable backup operating system that is used to restart the camera in
the event that a software update has failed, allowing you to restart the update process.
•
Enhanced startup options for the camera (obtain IP address via DHCP, announcement of IP address and other network data, reset to factory default
settings).
•
Notifications upon errors or when rebooting provide a method for executing one or more notifications if the camera detects errors or when it reboots
(e.g. blinking of the camera LEDs, audio message, FTP, e-mail, phone call,
network message).
•
Extended security features protect pages and features of the camera and
prohibit unauthorized access (IP-level access control, intrusion detection) and
also provide SSL-protected transmission of the video sequences and the data
(using SSL encryption and X.509 certificates).
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*Telephony features can
be used via VoIP (Internet telephony; all MOBOTIX cameras) or via
ISDN (only M12 and D12
models)!
Software Updates
MOBOTIX provides free software updates at regular intervals that improve and expand the camera's functionality. Chapter 6, Software Update, in the Software Manual provides more information on the process.
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1.4 Lens Options, Hardware and Software Features
MOBOTIX currently offers five standard lenses with M14 thread from Super WideAngle L22 with 22 mm focal length up to the tele lens L135 with 135 mm focal
length (equiv. to 35 mm camera). Since MOBOTIX cameras are backlight-proof,
they do not require a mechanical auto iris. This makes all MOBOTIX lenses extremely robust and maintenance-free.
L22 Super Wide-Angle
L32 Wide angle*
L43 Wide angle
L65 Tele*
L135 Tele
90° image angle
60° image angle
45° image angle
31° image angle
15° image angle
(horizontally)
(horizontally)
(horizontally)
(horizontally)
(horizontally)
The L22 Super Wide-Angle 90° lens has very little distortion and excellent image
quality, even when using the maximum digital zoom. If a camera with this lens has
been mounted in the corner of a room, the complete room is visible on the image.
L22 Super Wide-Angle 90°
*L32 and L65 lenses are
not available for M12 cameras
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•
•
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Lens Table
Order name
L22
L32*
L43
L65*
L135
35 mm equivalent
22 mm
32 mm
43 mm
65 mm
135 mm
Focal length
4 mm
6 mm
8 mm
12 mm
25 mm
F-Number
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
Image angle horizontally
90°
60°
45°
31°
15°
Image angle vertically
67°
45°
34°
23°
11°
Distance 1 m
m
m
m
m
m
• Image width
2,0
1.1
0.8
0.5
0.3
• Image height
1.3
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
Distance 5 m
m
m
m
m
m
• Image width
10.0
5.7
4.1
2.7
1.3
• Image height
6.6
4.1
3.0
2.0
1.0
Distance 10 m
m
m
m
m
m
• Image width
20.0
11.5
8.2
5.5
2.6
• Image height
13.3
8.2
6.1
4.0
1.9
Distance 20 m
m
m
m
m
m
• Image width
40.0
23.0
16.4
11.0
5.2
• Image height
26.6
16.4
12.2
8.0
3.8
Distance 50 m
m
m
m
m
m
• Image width
100.0
57.5
41.0
27.5
13.0
• Image height
66.0
41.0
30.5
20.0
9.5
Original image
*L32 and L65 lenses are
not available for M12 cameras
Note
The focal lengths of MOBOTIX lenses do not reflect the actual focal
length of the lenses, but the focal length (Lxx mm) converted to 35 mm
camera format. For example, the MOBOTIX Super Wide-Angle lens has
an actual focal length of 4 mm. This would be the equivalent of 22 mm
on a 35 mm camera. This lens is thus called L22.
Since the image sensors in digital cameras have different sizes, converting to 35 mm camera as a known format provides for better comparing the image formats and the fields of vision of the different
lenses. Another benefit is that you can easily set a 35 mm camera
(analog or digital) to the same focal length (Lxx) to obtain the same
field of vision. This approach greatly facilitates lens selection.
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Focal lengths of MOBOTIX lenses are always
given as compared to a
35 mm camera
To determine the lens you
need, simply use a camera
with zoom lens to find a
matching MOBOTIX lens
D22M-IT
MX-D22M-IT-D22
D22M-Sec
MX-D22M-Sec-D22
D22M-Sec-Night
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IP54
IP65
IP65
IP65
Hardware Features D22M
Requires special adapter
cable for USB
Outdoor weatherpr. (IP54/IP65*)
E /- / - /-
E /- / U /-
E /- / U /-
E /- / U /-
-
1
1
1
Microphone/Speaker
-/-
-/-
-/-
-/-
Mono (M)/Dual (D)
M
M
M
M-Night
Color
Color
Color
BW
Lens
L22
L22
L22
L22
Image Size
VGA
VGA
3 Mega
MEGA
640x480
640x480
2048x1536
1280x960
16/16/-
30/30/-
30/30/12
30/30/12
1
1
1
0.1
Sensitivity at 1 second (Lux)
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.005
Automatic night lens switch
-
-
-
-
64
64
128
128
Additional internal Flash storage
-
-
-
-
Video ring buffer (MB)
2
32
64
64
CIF images approx.
100
2,000
4,000
4,000
VGA images approx.
50
1,250
2,500
2,500
Mega images approx.
-
-
800
800
External audio (Line-In/Out)
-
X*
X*
X*
Signal input pins
-
-
-
-
Signal output pins
-
-
-
-
Concealed cabling
X
X
X
X
In stock
X
X
X
X
Ethernet, ISDN, USB, RS232
SD card
Image Sensor
Resolution horizontal x vertical
Max. frame rate CIF/VGA/Mega
Sensitivity at 1/60 second (Lux)
Storage (MB)
*L32 and L65 lenses are
not available for M12
cameras
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Web Models
IT Models
Secure Models
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X
X
X
X/X
X/X
X/X
X/X
Custom exposure windows
X
X
X
X
Video Motion detection
X
X
X
X
Time and event control (FTP, email, logos)
X
X
X
X
Custom time tables/holidays
-
X
X
X
Web functionality (FTP, email)
X
X
X
X
Quad/MultiView in browser
X
X
X
X
Recording/Playback in browser
X
X
X
X
Logo generator, animated
-
X
X
X
Single image recording (pre-/post-alarm images)
3
3
10
50
Terabyte ring buffer (Win/Lin/Mac) via network
-
-
X
X
Continuous video/audio recording, 0.2 to 30 fps
-
-
X
X
Video/audio recording (event-triggered)
-
-
X
X
Event-controlled frame rate with continuous audio
-
-
X
X
Flexible event logic
-
-
-
X
Master/Slave arming by one camera
-
-
-
X
Scheduled privacy zones, several areas
-
-
-
X
Bidirectional audio (IP) from/to browser
-
-
X*
X*
Customized voice messages
-
-
X
X
VoIP telephony (Audio/Video, SIP)
-
-
X*
X*
Alarm calls to softphones (SIP) e.g. X-Lite
-
-
X
X
Remote alarm notification (via TCP/IP, IP Notify)
-
-
X
X
RS232 Data Logger/Terminal
-
-
X**
X**
Programming interface/HTTP API
-
-
X
X
Security features (HTTPS/SSL, IP-level access control,
network authentication IEEE 802.1X)
X
X
X
X
Image size
VGA
3 Mega**
VGA
3 Mega**
Image Sensor
Color
Color
Color/BW
Color/BW
Standard lens for software version
L22*
L22*
L22*
L22*
Audio support (Microphone/Speaker)
-/S*
-/S*
M/S*
M/S*
M12
D12
M22M
D22M
Software Features (All Models)
Digital zoom (up to 8x, continuous) with panning
Motion JPEG/MxPEG video streaming
Model Feaure List
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The Web version is
available only as M12
model
The Basic version is
available only as D22M
and Q22M model
The IT version is not
available as Q22M model
*D22M IT and Secure
models allow connecting
an external speaker and
microphone. D22M cameras do not
have a microphone or
speaker.
**3 MEGA resolution
with 2048x1536 pixels;
the B/W image sensors
of the Sec-DNight versions have Mega resolution (1280x960 pixels)
**M22M models require
the CamIO; not available
for D22M models
*M12 models are delivered with the lenses
specified by the customer
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1.5
Important Notes
1.5.1 Weatherproofness
The MOBOTIX D22M IT and Secure models reach protection class IP65 (absolutely
dustproof, resistant against water jets) and are an excellent choice for outdoor applications when used with the D22M Outdoor wall mount. The Basic model of the
MOBOTIX D22M reaches protection class IP54.
1.5.2 Password for the Administration Menu
Accessing the administration area of the camera (Admin Menu button) is only possible after entering a user name and password:
• Factory default user:
admin
• Factory default password: meinsm
The Quick Installation wizard will appear automatically when accessing the Administration Menu for the first time. It provides an easy method to adjust the basic
camera settings to the current application scenario. For security reasons, it is
highly recommended to change the default administrator password after the
camera has been configured properly.
Enter the user name and password exactly as shown above. Note that all entries
are case-sensitive.
CAUTION: Make sure that you store information on user names
and passwords in a secure place. If you loose the administrator
password and cannot access the Administration menu, the password can only be reset at the factory. This service is subject to a
service charge!
1.5.3 Irreversibly Deactivating the Microphone
The microphone can be irreversibly deactivated!
Deactivating a camera's microphone may become necessary in order to protect
the privacy of people at a workplace or for other reasons. You can permanently
and irreversibly deactivate the microphone in the Admin Menu > Loudspeaker
and Microphone dialog.
CAUTION: This deactivation is permanent and cannot be reversed
even by MOBOTIX engineers. Deactivating the microphone will
also deactivate all features that use the camera's microphone.
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1.5.4 Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address
If the camera's IP address is not known, you can start the camera with its factory IP
address. Section 3.6, Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address, describes
this procedure in more detail.
1.5.5 Resetting the Camera to Factory Defaults
All settings of the MOBOTIX camera can be reset permanently to the factory default
settings. This makes sense if you have, for example, obtained a camera without
any information or you would like to reset all settings after testing the camera. In
order to perform this procedure, you need to have access to the administration
area of the camera (admins group). Open Admin Menu > Reset … to reset the
camera to factory defaults.
You can reset specific
parts of the configuration
Note: All defined users will be deleted and the admin password will be reset
to the factory default when you reset the camera using Admin Menu > Reset …
Proceed according to section 3.6, Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address, if you would like to maintain existing users.
1.5.6 Activating Event Control for Security Applications
In its default configuration, the camera's event control and video motion detection features are not enabled. In order to activate event control as a whole, open
Setup Menu > General Event Settings and activate the Arming switch. Click on
the Arm & Record softbutton of the user interface in the browser to enable the
standard event features. The camera now displays the video motion detection window in the live image (dotted frame in the center) and the camera automatically
stores images as soon as the video motion window detects movements.
If the dotted frame is
visible in the live image of
the camera, the camera is
armed
1.5.7 Deactivating Text and Logo Options
As the camera arming is deactivated in its default configuration (see preceding
section), the MOBOTIX camera only displays the Text WWW.MOBOTIX.COM, the
time stamp and the MOBOTIX logo at the top of the image. Once the camera arming has been activated (see above), the text at the bottom of the live image (event,
action and messaging symbols) will also appear.
You can deactivate the status text at the bottom and the text at the top left corner of
the live image by setting Text Display in the Setup Menu > Text & Display Settings dialog to Off. Setting Text Display to Date & Time will only display the time
stamp in the live image.
In order to hide the logo in the live image, open Admin Menu > Logo Profiles and
set Logo Display to Disable.
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deactivated or customized
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1.5.8 Deactivating the Automatic Daily Reboot of the Camera
Deactivating the camera
reboot
In its default configuration, the MOBOTIX camera automatically reboots every
morning at 3:36 am. The reason for this is that external influences (e.g. radiation in
high locations) can lead to camera malfunctions. The automatic reboot will refresh
the camera's memory and will ensure proper operation without requiring any interaction on the part of the user. If desired, you can deactivate or delete the automatic
reboot of the camera in the Admin Menu > Time Tasks dialog.
1.5.9 ISDN Compatibility Notes
MOBOTIX M12, D12 and V12 cameras are compatible with Euro ISDN standard
TBR3/TBR3 A1. MOBOTIX offers special models for the Japanese market that support the Japanese ISDN standard. For additional information on this topic, see the
Japanese section at www.mobotix.com. MOBOTIX M22M-, D22M and Q22M
models do not possess ISDN functionality.
1.5.10 Using Internet Browsers
Current Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Konqueror, Opera, …) with enabled JavaScript can show the camera's live images
with their standard settings.
Section 3.4.5, Browser Settings, contains information on possible browser problems.
1.5.11 Cleaning Instructions
If a lens is dirty (e.g. from the installation process), you can clean the lens(es) using
a lint-free cotton cloth.
1.5.12 Safety Warnings
Electrical surges can be induced by other electrical appliances, improper wiring,
but also from the outside (e.g. lightning strikes to phone or power lines).
MOBOTIX cameras are protected against the effects of small electrical surges by
numerous measures. These measures, however, cannot prevent the camera from
being damaged when stronger electrical surges occur. Special care should be
taken when installing the camera outside of buildings to ensure proper protection
against lightning, since this also protects the building and the whole network infrastructure.
MOBOTIX recommends having MOBOTIX cameras installed only by specialists accustomed to installing network devices and having proper respect for the pertinent
regulations regarding lightning protection and fire prevention as well as the current
technology for preventing damages from electrical surges. For more information on
wiring and potential dangers, see the section Wiring, Fire Prevention, Lightning and
Surge Protection at the end of chapter 2.
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1.5.13 Additional Information
For more information on this topic, see the News and Functional Overview pages
in the online help of the camera's browser interface. Click on the yellow
icon in
the top right corner to open the camera's online help.
To get complete information on the camera
status and its current configuration, open
the Camera Status dialog. Click on the yellow
icon in the top right corner to open
the corresponding camera dialog.
Another source of information on all dialogs and parameters of the MOBOTIX camera is the Reference Manual (PDF), which
consists of the camera's online help. You
can download the PDF file from the MOBOTIX website in the Support > Manuals
section. This section also contains the latest
version of the Software Manual Part 2.
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MOUNTING THE CAMERA
2.1 Preparing the Installation
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M, the following questions should be solved:
1) Where will the camera be mounted?
Mounting the camera to a ceiling or wall, section 2.1.1
2) Which other mounting options are available?
On-wall mounting, vandalism protection, wall mounting with Wall Mount,
pole mounting with Pole Mount, in-ceiling mounting, section 2.1.2
3) How is the camera connected to the network and how is the power supplied?
Network Power Adapter, Netpower Rack/ Netpower Box, MxPoE or PoE-compatible switch (IEEE 802.3af), section 2.1.3.
4) How are the connections furnished from the building?
Wall outlets, section 2.1.4
5) Which sections of the Mounting Instructions should I read?
In order to mount the D22M with its optional accessories as quickly and efficiently as possible, you should consult the Directions for Mounting, section
2.1.5.
The following sections contain a brief overview for all of these questions as well as
references to the relevant sections in this manual, which contain more detailed
information. For more information on the MOBOTIX D22M and the available accessories, please also refer to shop.mobotix.com.
2.1.1 Mounting to a Ceiling or Wall
The MOBOTIX D22M has been designed to be mounted to either ceilings or to
a wall, when using the Wall Mount. The supplied L22 90° lens then allows monitoring almost the entire room
from the walls to the ceiling.
Surveillance of a complete
room with only one camera
It is also possible to mount the
D22M directly to a wall (without
using the Wall Mount), but doing
so will result in reduced flexibility
for positioning the lens. We
hence recommend using the
Wall Mount if you intend to
mount the camera to a wall.
The cable entry of the D22M is
below the center of the camera's
housing. For more detailed information on mounting the camera, see sections 2.5
and above; the drilling templates are at the end of the manual.
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2.1.2 Additional Mounting Options for IT/Secure Models
On-Wall Mounting (D22M-OPT-AP)
The On-Wall set can reliably protect external cables if
the cables cannot be guided from below the housing
but have to be led above the wall. In addition, the OnWall mount provides ample space for extra modules.
Q22M/D22M On-Wall
Set (IP65, also for Outdoor applications)
In-Ceiling Mounting (D22M-OPT-TC)
The In-Ceiling Set allows mounting the camera in fake
ceilings, for example. This type of installation provides
optimum protection for the camera and reduces the
visible profile to a minimum since only the dome is visible.
Q22M/D22M In-Ceiling
Set
Vandalism Protection (D22M-OPT-VANDAL-...)
The Vandalism Set provides added protection for the
cameras. The set consists of a robust camera ring
made from stainless steel and a reinforced dome
made from 3 mm thick polycarbonate. A camera
equipped with the Vandalism Set is perfectly suited for
applications in demanding environments (such as prisons, social hot-spots, train stations, etc.).
D22M Vandalism set consists of stainless steel
ring (IP65, available polished, matt or powdercoated)
Mounting to a Wall Using the Wall Mount (D22M-OPT-WH)
The Wall Mount is the ideal solution for mounting the
camera to walls for indoor and outdoor applications.
The camera is absolutely dustproof and resistant
against water jets (IP65). The wall mount also covers
RJ45 wall outlets and also has ample space for additional modules.
Q22M/D22M Wall Mount
made from sturdy PBT
30GF (IP65)
Mounting to Poles Using the Pole Mount (D22M-OPT-MH)
If you would like to mount the camera to a pole,
you should consider using the MOBOTIX Pole Mount.
This mount can only be used in conjunction with the
wall mount. The supplied stainless steel straps allow
fixing the mount to poles with diameters between 60
and 180 mm (2.4 to 7.1 in).
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Q22M/D22M Pole Mount:
Outdoor quality made of
3 mm stainless steel (in
conjunction with Outdoor
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2.1.3 Network Connection and Power Supply, UPS
Power-over-Ethernet (MxPoE)
Power is supplied to all D22M models via the network cabling (MxPoE, Powerover-Ethernet). For smaller installations, the universal power supply (MX-SNT-E/U/
GB/J/AUS01-30-RJ) with the MOBOTIX Network Power Adapter MX-NPA-3-RJ is
sufficient. Larger installations would benefit from one or more MOBOTIX Network
Power Racks/Boxes that are available for supplying power to 4, 8 or 20 cameras
(MX-NPR-4, -8 or -20).
See section 2.10, Camera Accessories, for more information on these and other
items or open shop.mobotix.com (Products > Accessories section).
MX-NPA-3-RJ: Easy installation for smaller systems
MX-NPR-4: For mounting
in wiring cupboards; includes DIN rail clip
MX-NPR-8/20: 19" rack
mount (2 rack units)
Network Power Adapter
MX-NPA-3-RJ
Netpower Box
MX-NPR-4
Netpower Rack
MX-NPR-20
Advantages of MOBOTIX PoE Products
•
•
•
The D22M supports the
MOBOTIX PoE products
for power injection into
the network cabling
(MxPoE) and the Powerover-Ethernet standard
IEEE 802.3af (PoE)
Zero maintenance and reliable without fans.
Higher reliability of the system as a whole, since standard
switches without PoE can be used (lower risk of failure).
Easy installation on DIN rails using supplied adapter (MX-NPR-4)
or in 19" racks (MX-NPR-8/20).
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE according to IEEE 802.3af)
Besides MOBOTIX MxPoE, the MOBOTIX D22M also supports the Power-overEthernet standard IEEE 802.3af. You can hence use switches or routers that support the PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) standard IEEE 802.3af.
Sections 3.3 ff contain more information on the possible combinations of connecting the D22M and power supply options.
Note
PoE components without
fans increase overall reliability of the entire system
If you are using Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) network components for supplying power to the MOBOTIX D22M, make sure that
these components do not have a fan. Since the power consumption of
MOBOTIX cameras is very low compared to other products, the reliability of the entire system is increased and the life cycle of the PoE
components is expanded.
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Using Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
In order to maintain a continuous power supply even when utility power fails, you
should install an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). These devices also provide
full protection against electrical surges and voltage fluctuations and thus enhance
the reliability of the system as a whole.
When using a more powerful 19" rack-mounted USP, you can also protect all other
network components (e.g. switches, routers, PoE switches, etc.).
Since MOBOTIX cameras do not require any heating even in the wintertime, the
power consumption of 3 W is very low. This in turn means that you can centralize
the USP-protected power supply by injecting power into the network cables (max.
100 m/300 ft). This kind of protected power supply can be used either with
MOBOTIX MxPoE products (MX-NPA-3-RJ + external power supply or MX-NPR-4/8/
20) or with PoE-compliant switches according to IEEE 802.3af.
UPS not only protect the
camera against power failures, they also protect all
other connected network
devices against damage
from voltage peaks and
lows
MOBOTIX NPR
or PoE switch
PC/server
Raid
USV
2.1.4 Providing the Camera Connections, Wall Outlets
Once the camera position, the position of the cable outlets, and the method of
power supply have been decided upon, the cabling should be installed. Before
mounting the MOBOTIX D22M, you should make sure that the network connections
have been properly tested, so that the proper functioning of the camera is guaranteed.
Please make sure that you follow the notes in section 2.10.2, Wiring, Fire Prevention, Lightning and Surge Protection.
If you would like to use an external audio connection, you will have to install an
additional MOBOTIX D22M audio cable into the camera's housing. Please send
an email to intl-support@mobotix.com to get more information on this
topic.
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2.1.5 Directions for Mounting
Once the type of installation, the camera connections and the method of power
supply have been decided upon, you should follow the directions listed below. This
will ensure that you will only have to read the relevant sections of this chapter,
which will speed up mounting the D22M.
Directions for Mounting
Monting to ceilings for
D22M IT, Secure and Basic models (without additional mounting options)
Additional mounting options for D22M IT and
Secure models, not available for D22M Basic
Preparatory Tasks
Sections
All camera versions
2.1
Camera Version
Sections
D22M-IT/Secure
2.2
Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
D22M-Basic
2.3
Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
Type of Installation
Sections
Mounting to a Ceiling
2.5.1 Mounting the Camera (D22M-IT/Secure)
2.5.2 Mounting the Camera (D22M-Basic)
Mounting to a
ceiling using the
On-Wall Set
2.2
2.4.1
2.5.1
2.6
Mounting to a
ceiling using the
In-Ceiling Set
2.2 Delivered Parts, Comp. and Dim. (IT/Secure)
2.4.2 Delivered Parts, Components and Dim. (Set)
2.7 Mounting Using the In-Ceiling Set
Mounting the
Vandalism Set
2.2 Delivered Parts, Comp. and Dim. (IT/Secure)
2.4.3 Delivered Parts, Components and Dim. (Set)
2.8 Mounting Using the Vandalism Set
Mounting to a
wall using the
Wall Mount
2.2 Delivered Parts, Comp. and Dim. (IT/Secure)
2.4.4 Delivered Parts, Components and Dim. (Mount)
2.9 Mounting Using the Wall Mount
Mounting to
poles
2.4.5 Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
Pole Mount
2.4.4 Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
Wall Mount
Final Tasks
Sections
All camera versions
2.5.3 Finishing the Mounting Process
Preparing the Installation
Delivered Parts, Comp. and Dim. (IT/Secure)
Delivered Parts, Components and Dim. (Set)
Mounting the Camera (IT/Secure)
Mounting Using the On-Wall Set
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2.2.1 Delivered Parts and Components D22M-IT/Secure
Camera housing (item 1) with mounting ring (item 1.9)
4 wood screws 4.5x60 mm (item 1.12)
4 dowels 8 mm (item 1.10)
4 washers ø5.3 mm (item 1.11)
Lens (item 1.2)
Lock ring (item 1.3)
Make sure to check the
delivered parts!
Outer shell (item 1.8)
∅ 160 mm/6.3 in
Dome (item 1.4)
4 Allen screws M4x16 mm (item 1.14)
4 washers ø4.3 mm (item 1.15)
Allen wrench (item 1.6)
Torx wrench (item 1.13)
Toothed wrench (item 1.7)
Ethernet cable (item 1.5)
Item
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
Count
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
4
4
Part Name
Camera housing
Lens
Lock ring
1 transparent dome
Ethernet cable CAT5 0.5 m/20", installed
Allen wrench 3 mm
Toothed wrench
Outer shell
Mounting ring
Dowels 8 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 5.3 mm
Stainless steel wood screws with Tox head 4.5x60 mm
Torx wrench TX20
Stainless steel Allen screws M4x16 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 4.3 mm
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2.2.2 Camera Housing and Connectors D22M-IT/Secure
The MOBOTIX D22M-IT/Secure consists of the camera housing (motherboard, lens,
dome), the outer shell and the mounting ring.
Connectors
•
•
•
•
NET (Ethernet network/power supply)
External audio support (Microphone/Speaker)
Mini USB/MOBOTIX bus (for future extensions)
Slot for SD card
SD cards are supported
from software version
3.4.2
Outer shell
Dome
Lens unit
Connectors
NET (back)
Ext. audio (microphone/speaker)
Mini USB/MOBOTIX bus
LEDs (1 x green, 1 x red)
Slot for SD card
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The MOBOTIX bus (Mini
USB) and SD cards are
only supported in D22M
IT and Secure models
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2.2.3 Dimensions of the D22M-IT/Secure
Freely positionable camera module
85 mm/3.3 in
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2.2.4 Drilling Template for the D22M-IT/Secure Mounting Ring
100 mm/3.9 in
100 mm/3.9 in
5.5 mm/0.22 in
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6i
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m
m
.4
141
Note
Find the folded drilling template at the end of the manual.
Make sure that the drilling template is not scaled nor adjusted to the
paper size when printing the PDF file. When printing the PDF file, you
should print two pages onto one using 100% scaling to obtain an
unscaled printout of the drilling templates.
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2.3 D22M-Basic: Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
2.3.1 Delivered Parts and Components D22M-Basic
Camera housing (item 2.1)
4 wood screws 4.5x60 mm (item 2.12)
4 dowels 8 mm (item 2.10)
4 washers ø5.3 mm (item 2.11)
Lens (item 2.2)
Lock ring (item 2.3)
Make sure to check the
delivered parts!
Toothed wrench (item 2.7)
Dome (item 2.4)
4 Allen screws M4x16 mm (item 2.14)
4 washers ø4.3 mm (item 2.15)
∅ 129 mm/5.1 in
Allen wrench (item 2.6)
Torx wrench (item 2.13)
Ethernet cable (item 2.5)
Item
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.14
2.15
Count
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
4
4
Part Name
Camera housing
Lens
Lock ring
1 transparent dome
Ethernet cable CAT5 0.5 m/20", installed
Allen wrench 3 mm
Toothed wrench
Dowels 8 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 5.3 mm
Stainless steel wood screws with Tox head 4.5x60 mm
Torx wrench TX20
Stainless steel Allen screws M4x16 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 4.3 mm
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2.3.2 Camera Housing and Connectors D22M-Basic
The MOBOTIX D22M-Basic consists of the camera housing with the motherboard,
the lens and the dome.
Connectors
•
•
NET (Ethernet network/power supply)
For external loudspeaker (Basic models only provide DHCP announcement)
The MOBOTIX bus
(MxB) and the SD card
slot can only be used in
D22M-IT and Secure
models using a future
update of the camera
software
Dome
Lens unit
Connectors
NET (back)
Ext. speaker (DHCP
announcement only)
Mini USB/MOBOTIX bus
LEDs (1 x green, 1 x red)
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The external loudspeaker
of the D22M-Basic can
only announce network
data obtained via DHCP.
The D22M Basic does
not support any other
audio features.
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Freely positionable camera module
85 mm/3.3 in
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2.3.4 Drilling Template for the D22M-Basic
100 mm/3.9 in
78 mm/3.1 in
Note
Find the folded drilling template at the end of the manual.
Make sure that the drilling template is not scaled nor adjusted to the
paper size when printing the PDF file. When printing the PDF file, you
should print two pages onto one using 100% scaling to obtain an
unscaled printout of the drilling templates.
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0.89 in
22.5 mm/
67.5 mm/2.7 in
45 mm/1.8 in
ø5.4 mm/0.21 in
Find the drilling templates
(scale 1:1) at the end of
the manual as a fold-out
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2.4 Camera Accessories: Delivered Parts, Components and Dimensions
2.4.1 D22M On-Wall Set
Mounting set (item 3.1)
The D22M is not included
in the delivery of the OnWall Set!
∅ 165 mm/6.5 in
4 Allen screws M4x35 mm (item 3.2)
4 washers ø4.3 mm (item 3.3)
Item
3.1
3.2
3.3
Count
1
4
4
Part Name
Mounting set for D22M
Stainless steel Allen screws M4x35 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 4.3 mm
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Drilling Template for the D22M On-Wall Set
60 mm/2.4 in
ø5.8 mm/2.3 in
100 mm/3.9 in
Find the drilling templates
(scale 1:1) at the end of
the manual as a fold-out
Note
Find the folded drilling template at the end of the manual.
Make sure that the drilling template is not scaled nor adjusted to the
paper size when printing the PDF file. When printing the PDF file, you
should print two pages onto one using 100% scaling to obtain an
unscaled printout of the drilling templates.
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2.4.2 D22M In-Ceiling Set
In-Ceiling mount (item 4.1)
5 clamps (item 4.4)
The D22M is not included
in the delivery of the InCeiling Set!
∅ 150 mm/5.9 in diameter
Wrench for In-Ceiling
mount (item 4.5)
5 winged cams (item 4.3)
Decoration ring (item 4.2)
Item
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Count
1
1
5
5
2
Part Name
In-Ceiling Set for D22M
Decoration ring
Winged cam
Clamps
Wrench for In-Ceiling mount
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Drilling Template for the D22M In-Ceiling Set
∅
n
9i
/5.
m
m
150
ter
me
a
i
d
Note
Find the folded drilling template at the end of the manual.
Make sure that the drilling template is not scaled nor adjusted to the
paper size when printing the PDF file. When printing the PDF file, you
should print two pages onto one using 100% scaling to obtain an
unscaled printout of the drilling templates.
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2.4.3 D22M Vandalism Set
4 security screws (item 5.3)
Available colors of the
D22M Vandalism Set:
1 Vandalism ring (item 5.1)
- Matt
- Polished
- Powder-coated (black,
white, silver-gray)
∅ 160mm/6.3 in
1 reinforced dome (item 5.5)
The D22M is not included
in the delivery of the InCeiling Set!
4 spacers (item 5.2)
1 two-hole driver bit (item 5.4)
Item
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Count
1
4
4
1
1
Part Name
Vandalism ring 2 mm stainless steel for D22M cameras
Spacers for Vandalism ring
Security screws M4x16 mm
Driver bit for security screws
Reinforced dome 3 mm polycarbonate
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Available Colors of the D22M Vandalism Ring
The D22M Vandalism Set provides added protection for D22M cameras. The set
consists of a robust camera ring made of stainless steel and a reinforced dome
made of 3 mm thick polycarbonate. A camera equipped with the Vandalism Set is
perfectly suited for applications in demanding environments (such as prions, social
hot-spots, train stations, etc.).
Available Colors
Stainless steel, polished
- Matt
- Polished
- Powder-coated (black,
white, silver-gray)
Stainless steel, matt
Stainless steel, silver powder-coated
Stainless steel, white powder-coated
Stainless steel, black powder-coated
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2.4.4 D22M Wall Mount
Bottom plate (item 6.8)
4 wood screws
6x50 mm (item 6.4)
8 Allen screws M4x16 mm
(item 6.6)
Wall mount (item 6.1)
4 washers ø6.4 mm (item 6.3)
4 dowels 8 mm (item 6.2)
8 washers Ø 4.3 mm (item 6.7)
Wall sealing (item 6.5)
Item
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
Count
1
4
4
4
1
8
8
1
Part Name
Wall Mount
Dowels 8 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 6.4 mm
Stainless steel wood screws with hex head 6x50 mm
Wall sealing
Stainless steel Allen screws M4x16 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 4.3 mm
Bottom plate
Height: 125 mm/4.9 in
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Depth: 201 mm/7.9 in
Width: 216 mm/8.5 in
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15 mm/
0.59 in
75 mm/2.95 in
Drilling Template for the D22M Wall Mount
160 mm/6.3 in
Note
Find the folded drilling template at the end of the manual.
Make sure that the drilling template is not scaled nor adjusted to the
paper size when printing the PDF file. When printing the PDF file, you
should print two pages onto one using 100% scaling to obtain an
unscaled printout of the drilling templates.
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2.4.5 D22M Pole Mount
4 Allen screws M8x30 mm (item 7.2)
The Pole Mount can only
be used in conjunction
with the D22M Wall
Mount
Pole mount (item 7.1)
2 steel straps (item 7.5)
4 washers Ø 9 mm
(item 7.3)
4 lock nuts M8 mm (item 7.4)
The Pole Mount can be
used for all D22M and
Q22M models
Count
1
4
4
4
2
Part Name
Pole Mount, stainless steel 3 mm, white powder-coated
Stainless steel Allen screws M8x30 mm
Stainless steel washers Ø 9 mm
Stainless steel lock nuts M8
Stainless steel straps
Height: 125 mm/4.9 in
Item
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Width: 201 mm/7.9 in
Depth: 175 mm/6.9 in
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2.5 Mounting the Camera
2.5.1 D22M-IT/Secure
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M-IT/Secure, you need to prepare the network
connection and drill the holes for the fixtures:
•
Network connection: The network cabling is supplied through the ceiling
directly above the camera. The cabling is perfectly protected and cannot be
seen or damaged. When preparing the installation, you should make sure
that the cable runs at least 15 cm (6 in) within the camera housing (excluding
the connector itself). This will ensure that you can turn the lens unit freely later
on.
Note: When using a wall outlet (either flush-mounted or on-wall), the cameras will have to be mounted using either the On-Wall set or the Outdoor
Wall Mount. The cameras cannot be mounted directly on top of wall outlets.
Caution
Only use the factory pre-installed network cable of the MOBOTIX
camera. It is very important that the rubber plug of the network
cable reliably protects the housing from moisture entering the
camera. All openings of the camera housing need to be closed off
properly. This will ensure that the camera remains weatherproof.
Find the folded drilling
template for the mounting
ring of the D22M-IT/Secure models at the end of
the manual!
•
Drilling the holes: Prepare the holes in the ceiling. Make sure that you have
the supplied dowels ready for this purpose. Use the supplied drilling template for the mounting ring of the D22M-IT/Secure (fold-out at the end of this
manual) to mark the position for drilling the dowel holes and the holes
through which the cables will be led later on.
Procedure
•
Use the delivered screws to affix the camera's mounting ring to the ceiling. The outer
shell will be used later in the mounting process.
•
Continue with section 2.5.3, Finishing the Mounting Process.
Maximum torque for all
screws is 1 to 1.2 Nm
(0.74 lbf ft)
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2.5.2 D22M-Basic
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M-Basic, you need to prepare the network
connection and drill the holes for the fixtures:
•
Network connection: The network cabling is supplied through the ceiling
directly above the camera. The cabling is perfectly protected and cannot be
seen or damaged. When preparing the installation, you should make sure
that the cable runs at least 15 cm (6 in) within the camera housing (excluding
the connector itself). This will ensure that you can turn the lens unit freely later
on.
Note: As an alternative, you can also connect the camera above a wall outlet (either flush-mounted or on-wall types). Note, that the cabling remains
visible in this case. The D22M-Basic model cannot be mounted directly on
top of wall outlets.
Caution
Only use the factory pre-installed network cable of the MOBOTIX
camera. It is very important that the rubber plug of the network
cable reliably protects the housing from moisture entering the
camera. All openings of the camera housing need to be closed off
properly. This will ensure that the camera remains weatherproof.
•
Drilling the holes: Prepare the holes in the ceiling. Make sure that you have
the supplied dowels ready for this purpose. Use the supplied drilling template for the D22M-Basic (fold-out at the end of this manual) to mark the
position for drilling the dowel holes and the holes through which the cables
will be led later on.
Procedure
•
Remove the camera dome. Take the delivered plastic foil or a cotton cloth and remove
the dome by turning it in counter-clockwise
direction.
•
Unplug the pre-installed network cable from
the network connector at the inside of the
camera. Make sure that you do not touch
any electronic parts insinde! Static electricity could destroy these parts when touching them.
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•
Release the internal part of the camera by
turning the ring inside in counter-clockwise
direction using the supplied toothed wrench.
While doing so, hold the camera at the lens
unit to prevent it from turning.
•
Disengage the internal part of the camera
with the lens unit from the base of the housing.
•
Position the base of the camera housing over
the drilled holes and the prepared cable exit
in the ceiling. If the holes in the base of the
housing are closed, push through the holes
using a suitable tool or use a suitable drill bit
to open the holes. Caution: These holes will
need to stay closed on D22M-IT/Secure
models.
Make sure that the cable is at least 15 cm (6 in) long within the camera housing (excluding the connector itself), as in the factory-installed cable.
It is very important that the rubber plug of the network cable reliably
protects the housing from moisture entering the camera. This will ensure
that the camera remains weatherproof.
Maximum torque for all
screws is 1 to 1.2 Nm
(0.74 lbf ft)
•
Use the delivered screws to mount the base
of the camera to the ceiling.
If the cabling from the ceiling is not directly
beneath the camera, make sure that the network cable is not damaged by one of the feet
of the camera base. When tightening the
screws of the camera base, the base will lock
the cable in place, thus securing the cable
against the ceiling. The cable is now firmly
installed and cannot be pulled out or repositioned.
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•
Insert the internal part of the camera with the
lens unit into the mounted base of the housing and secure it by turning the two blue
clamps in clockwise direction using the supplied toothed wrench or a screwdriver. This
will prevent the internal part of the camera to
accidentally fall out of the base before it has
been secured. Now secure the internal part
of the camera by turning the toothed ring by
hand in clockwise direction, as long as you
can still easily turn the internal part of the
camera.
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Connect the network cable to the network
connector of the camera. Make sure that the
cable loop is running properly as shown in
the figure.
•
Position the camera by turning and tilting the
lens unit so that it points into the desired
direction (Note: the SD card slot has to point
downwards for the camera's live image to
be correct). Never use force when adjusting
the direction of the camera, as this could
damage the camera beyond repair. The
internal part of the camera with the lens unit
should turn and tilt easily, but it should not reposition itself. This could mean
that you have to loosen the Allen screws at both sides of the lens unit using
the supplied Allen wrench.
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Continue with section 2.5.3, Finishing the Mounting Process.
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Establishing a Connection to the Camera
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Establish a connection to the camera as described in section 3.4, Establishing a Connection to the Camera.
Adjusting the Lens, Visual Check
Make sure that you see the live image of the camera on the monitor of your computer or laptop. Now adjust the lens until you see the desired image area on your
monitor.
•
Remove the camera dome. Take the delivered plastic foil or a cotton cloth and remove
the dome by turning it in counter-clockwise
direction. Make sure that you remove the
camera's outer shell on IT/Secure models
before you attempt to do this.
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Slightly loosen the toothed ring inside by
turning it in counter-clockwise direction using
the supplied toothed wrench. Also slightly
loosen the two Allen screws at both sides
of the lens unit by turning them in counterclockwise direction using the supplied Allen
wrench.
Loosen the outer shell and the Allen screws
only slightly, so that you can turn the internal
part of the camera and tilt the lens unit without using excessive force. The internal part
and the lens unit should not reposition themselves.
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Fine-tune the image area that is displayed
on a computer monitor by turning and tilting
the lens unit accordingly. Never use force
when adjusting the direction of the camera,
as this could damage the camera beyond
repair. The internal part of the camera with
the lens unit should turn and tilt easily, but it
should not reposition itself.
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Once you are seeing the desired image area,
tighten the Allen screws at the sides of the
lens unit (in clockwise direction) and the
toothed ring inside the camera. Do not use
excessive force when doing so to avoid damaging the camera.
Release the lens' lock ring and adjust the
image focus by turning the lens in its holder. Check the image on the computer monitor. Make sure that you tighten the lock ring again once you are
finished. Never turn the lens to far into the lens mount and never apply
excessive force when doing so as this would damage the lens mount
otherwise.
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Maximum torque for all
screws is 1 to 1.2 Nm
(0.74 lbf ft)
Lock ring: Secure the lens
against vibrations
Caution (only 135 mm Tele Lenses)
Image Focus: Due to the lens effect of the dome, the focus of the
135 mm tele lens is shifting slightly once the dome has been mounted.
Before mounting the dome, the tele lens should be turned about 90°
in clockwise direction (as seen from the lens' front). Make sure that
you check the focus of the live image in your browser with the dome
installed and re-adjust the lens, if required.
Lenses are adjusted
manually
Mounting the Dome and the Camera's Outer Shell
•
Mount the dome. Take the delivered plastic
foil or a cotton cloth, insert the dome into its
seat and turn it in clockwise direction. You
should once again control the sharpness of
the camera image on a computer monitor.
If required, clean the lens gently using a lintfree cotton cloth before installing the dome.
Do not apply excessive pressure onto the glass surface when cleaning the
lens!
•
Mount the outer shell (IT/Secure models
only). Use the delivered Allen screws (or the
security screws and the spacers when
mounting the outer shell of the Vandalism
Set).
Caution
Only use the factory pre-installed network cable of the MOBOTIX
camera. It is very important that the rubber plug of the network
cable reliably protects the housing from moisture entering the
camera. All openings of the camera housing need to be closed off
properly. This will ensure that the camera remains weatherproof.
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2.5.4 Notes on Mounting the Camera to a Wall Without the Wall Mount
The MOBOTIX D22M has been designed to be mounted to either ceilings or to
a wall, when using the Wall Mount. It is also possible to mount the D22M directly
to a wall (without using the Wall Mount), but doing so will result in reduced flexibility
for positioning the lens. The following section contains some hints on these restrictions and tips for mounting the camera to a wall.
When mounting the camera onto a wall, the camera image will show more wall
area (and less room area), the more you move the position of the camera from the
center of the wall toward a corner.
2 m/6 ft
1 m/3 ft
Center of the room
0°
In order to show a larger portion of the room (and less wall area) when using a
MOBOTIX D22M mounted to a Wall Mount, you can turn the base of the camera
and the lens unit around its vertical axis. The camera image always stays upright.
When mounting the D22M directly onto a wall, you can also turn the base of the
camera around its vertical axis to show more room area, but the image now
appears slightly tilted.
appr. 10°
2 m/6 ft
appr. 30°
0°
2 m/6 ft
10°
2 m/6 ft
30°
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Tilt the camera to see a
larger area of the room
(camera mounted 1 m/3 ft
to the left of the center)
1 m/3 ft
1 m/3 ft
0°
1 m/3 ft
10°
30°
This effect also appears when mounting a D22M at the center of a wall and you
are turning the base of the camera. This will also allow to capture a larger area of
the room with the camera, but the image is again tilted.
Center of the room
Center of the room
0°
10°
Center of the room
30°
Note
When mounting the D22M to a wall, you should always use the
wall mount.
When mounting the camera directly to the wall without using the
wall mount, you should mount the camera in the center of a wall, if
you would like to maximize the area monitored by the camera.
If you cannot install the D22M to the ceiling and using the D22M wall
mount is also not possible, you should consider using a MOBOTIX D12
instead. MOBOTIX D12 models are more flexible than the D22M when
positioning the camera modules thanks to the larger housing.
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2.6 Mounting the D22M to a Ceiling Using the On-Wall Set
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M-IT/Secure to an indoor or outdoor location
using the On-Wall Set, you need to prepare the network connection and drill the
holes for the fixtures:
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Network connection: You can use any one of the four openings in the OnWall mount to guide the cabling into the camera. When using the On-Wall
Set, you cannot mount the camera directly on top of the wall outlet (regardless whether it's a flush-mounted outlet or an above-the-wall model).
When preparing the installation, you should make sure that the cable is at
least 15 cm (6 in) long within the housing of the On-Wall Set (excluding the
connector itself). This will ensure that you can turn the lens unit freely later on.
Cable that is too long can be stored easily within the On-Wall mount.
•
Find the folded drilling
template at the end of
the manual!
Drilling the holes: Prepare the holes in the ceiling. Make sure that you have
the supplied dowels ready for this purpose. Use the supplied drilling template for the D22M On-Wall Set (fold-out at the end of this manual) to mark
the position for drilling the dowel holes and the holes through which the
cables will be led later on.
Caution
Note that the On-Wall Set can also be used in outdoor applications (IP65). When doing so, make sure that you seal off the holes
at the back of the housing using good-quality silicone sealant.
Note
When mounting the MOBOTIX D22M to a wall, you should always use
the D22M wall mount instead of the On-Wall Set.
Seal off the holes at
the back of the housing
using silicone sealant!
Procedure
•
Do not seal off the condensation vent!
Maximum torque for all
screws is 1 to 1.2 Nm
(0.74 lbf ft)
Apply a sufficient amount of silicone around
the holes at the back of the housing to prevent water from entering. When doing so,
make sure that you do not block or seal
off the condensation vent!
•
Use the delivered screws to mount the OnWall Set (without the camera) to the ceiling.
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If the cables are guided through one of the
openings in the On-Wall Set, insert the cables
into the On-Wall mount.
Do not seal
off vent!
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Disengage the mounting ring from the housing of the D22M-IT/Secure. This ring is not
required when mounting the camera to the
On-Wall Set.
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Connect the network cable to the network
cable of the camera using a patch cable connector. Make sure to leave enough unused
cable within the housing. This will ensure that
you can turn the lens unit freely later on.
Cable that is too long can be stored easily
within the On-Wall mount.
•
Now press the D22M into the guides of the
On-Wall mount. The tapered guides on the
back of the D22M housing fit exactly into the
openings of the On-Wall mount.
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Continue with section 2.5.3, Finishing the Mounting Process.
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2.7 Mounting the D22M to a Ceiling Using the In-Ceiling Set
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M-IT/Secure to an indoor location using the InCeiling Set, you need to prepare the network connection and drill the hole for the
camera:
•
Find the drilling template
at the end of the manual
Network connection: The network cabling is supplied through the ceiling
directly above the camera.
When preparing the installation, you should make sure that you have at least
15 cm (6 in) of unused cable.
•
Hole for the camera: Prepare the hole for the camera. The hole should have
a diameter of 150 mm (6 in)!
Procedure
•
Insert the camera into the In-Ceiling
mount without the outer shell and the
mounting ring. The tapered guides on the
back of the D22M housing fit exactly into the
openings of the In-Ceiling mount.
•
Connect the network cable to the network
cable of the camera using a patch cable
connector.
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Insert the In-Ceiling Set with the camera
into the hole in the ceiling. Tightening the
integrated mounting screws will automatically secure the In-Ceiling mount to the ceiling.
The winged cams automatically secure the InCeiling Set in the ceiling
when tightening the
screws (see detail pictures)
Winged cam
•
Finally, press the decoration ring onto the
mount and lock in place by turning it in clockwise direction.
Dismounting
•
Use the wrench for the In-Ceiling mount
included in the delivery to dismount the decoration ring. Insert the wrench as shown in the
figure and turn the ring in counter-clockwise
direction.
•
Remove the camera.
•
Loosen the screws of the In-Ceiling mount
(this will automatically retract the winged
cams). You can now remove the In-Ceiling
mount from the ceiling.
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2.8 Mounting the D22M Vandalism Set
In order to install the Vandalism Set, replace the regular outer shell and the Allen
screws with the stainless steel shell, the security screws and the four spacers of the
Vandalism Set. Likewise, replace the dome of the D22M-IT/Secure with the reinforced dome of the Vandalism Set.
•
Remove the outer shell. Remove all four
Allen screws using the supplied Allen wrench.
Take off the outer shell.
•
Remove the camera dome. Remove the
dome of the D22M-IT/Secure (by turning it in
counter-clockwise direction), then package
and store the dome.
•
If required, clean the lens gently using a lint-free cotton cloth. Do not apply
excessive pressure onto the glass surface when cleaning the lens! Make
sure that you do not change the lens focus or the lens unit when doing so.
You should once again control the sharpness of the camera images on a
computer monitor.
•
Mount the reinforced dome of the Vandalism Set. Use a soft cotton cloth and mount
the reinforced dome by placing the dome into
its seat and turning it in clockwise direction. If
required, clean the dome gently using a lintfree cotton cloth before installing it. You
should once again control the sharpness of
the camera images on a computer monitor.
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Mount the stainless steel shell of the Vandalism Set. Do not forget to insert the four
spacers of the Vandalism Set into their
seats in the camera housing!
•
Mount the supplied stainless steel shell
with the security screws and use the supplied
two-hole driver bit to firmly tighten the
screws.
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Spacers for Vandalism
Set
Security screws and twohole driver bit
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2.9 Mounting the D22M to a Wall Using the Wall Mount
Before mounting the MOBOTIX D22M-IT/Secure with the Wall Mount you need to
prepare the network connection and drill the holes for the fixtures:
•
Network connection: The network cabling is supplied through the opening
in the back of the wall mount. The cabling is perfectly protected by the mount
and cannot be seen or damaged. The wall mount can be mounted directly
on top of wall outlets (flush-mounted or above-the-wall types; maximum
dimensions of the outlet: 88 x 80 mm (3.5 x 3.2 in) width x height).
Use the factory pre-installed network cable of the D22M (50 cm (20 in)
length). This will ensure that you can turn the lens unit of the D22M freely
later on.
Caution
Only use the factory pre-installed network cable of the MOBOTIX
camera. It is very important that the rubber plug of the network
cable reliably protects the housing from moisture entering the
camera. All openings of the camera housing need to be closed off
properly. This will ensure that the camera remains weatherproof.
Find the folded drilling
template of the D22M
Wall Mount at the end of
the manual!
•
Drilling the holes: Prepare the holes in the wall. Make sure that you have the
supplied dowels ready for this purpose. Use the supplied drilling template for
the D22M Wall Mount (fold-out at the end of this manual) to mark the position for drilling the dowel holes and the holes through which the cables will
be led later on.
Procedure
Maximum torque for all
screws is 1 to 1.2 Nm
(0.74 lbf ft)
•
Disengage the mounting ring from the
housing of the D22M-IT/Secure. This ring is
not required when mounting the camera to
the Wall Mount.
•
Use the delivered screws to mount the
Wall Mount (without the camera) to the
wall (directly on top of the cabling or the wall
outlet).
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Connect the network cable to the network
cable of the camera using a patch cable
connector (or plug the cable directly into the
RJ45 wall outlet). Make sure to leave enough
unused cable within the housing. This will
ensure that you can turn the lens unit freely
later on. Cable that is too long can be stored
easily within the housing.
•
Now press the D22M into the guides of the
wall mount. The tapered guides on the back
of the D22M housing fit exactly into the openings of the On-Wall mount.
•
Continue with section 2.5.3, Finishing the Mounting Process.
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2.10 Notes
2.10.1 Cleaning Instructions
Cleaning the Dome
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In order to protect the dome from being scratched and from getting dirty,
only handle the dome using a soft cotton cloth or the protective plastic of the
camera's shipping box.
You should clean the dome at regular intervals. Always use a lint-free cotton
cloth for this purpose.
If the dirt is more persistent, add a mild alcohol-free detergent without abrasive particles.
Make sure you instruct cleaning personnel on how to clean the camera.
Cleaning the Lens
•
If the lens is dirty from the installation process, clean the lens using a lint-free
cotton cloth. Make sure that the lens is still in focus after cleaning and adjust
the lens' focus if required.
2.10.2 Wiring, Fire Prevention, Lightning and Surge Protection
When installing the wiring in or out of buildings, make sure you always adhere to
the relevant regulations on wiring, fire prevention and protection against lightnings.
MOBOTIX recommends having MOBOTIX cameras installed only by certified specialists accustomed to installing network devices and having proper respect for the
applicable regulations regarding lightning protection and fire prevention as well
as the current technology for preventing damages from electrical surges.
Find more information on the subject at the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC, www.iec.ch) or at a manufacturer of protection devices against
lightning and electrical surges, such as Dehn (www.dehn.de).
Wiring
When installing the wiring, make sure you follow these guidelines:
•
Data cable: Make sure you only use double-shielded
CAT 5/7 cable (S/STP) for Ethernet connections.
•
Outdoors: Installing the camera outdoors requires special precautions and measures regarding the cables as
well as lightning and surge protection (see further
below in this section).
•
Wire lengths: The cable segments must not exceed
the maximum allowed cable lengths in order to ensure proper data transfer
(see section 3.3, Connecting the Camera to the Network and to the Power
Supply).
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Avoid induction: When running data cables parallel to existing regular
power lines or high-voltage wires, make sure you observe the minimum distances to the power cables.
Fire Prevention
When installing the power lines to the camera, make sure you always adhere to
the relevant regulations on wiring and fire prevention at the site of the installation.
Lightning and Surge Protection
To prevent damage from lightnings and surges, make sure you follow these guidelines:
•
Lightning conductors: In areas exposed to lightning (e.g. on roofs), a distance holder (1 m (3 ft) higher, 1 m (3 ft) away from the camera) and proper
lightning conductors need to be installed in order to prevent lightning strikes
into the camera and to ensure that the energy of a lightning strike is properly
led to the ground.
•
Surge protection: Make sure you have installed proper protection against
electrical surges in order to prevent damage to the camera, the building and
the network infrastructure. This includes surge protectors for 19" racks, adding an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to the MOBOTIX camera, and
installing surge arresters or similar for routers, switches, servers, etc.
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2.11 Camera Accessories
Power supply (MX-SNT-E/U/GB/J/AUS01-30-RJ)
The MOBOTIX power supply is required if you do not
use a Network Power Rack or Network Power
Box, or a PoE-compatible switch or router.
Network Power Adapter (MX-NPA-3-RJ)
The Network Power Adapter allows injecting the power supply for the MOBOTIX
camera into the network cable. It thus allows using the network cable for connecting to the camera and for remotely supplying power
(up to 100 m (300 ft)). The Network Power Adapter is
required, if you are using the universal power supply, and power is not supplied using a PoE switch/
router or a MOBOTIX Netpower Box/Rack.
Netpower Box for up to 4 Cameras (MX-NPR-4)
The MX-NPR-4 allows supplying power to up to four
MOBOTIX cameras via the network cable. The NPR-4
thus replaces four separate power supplies and four
Network Power Adapters. The Netpower Box delivery includes a (detachable) clip at the back, which
simply clicks onto DIN rails.
Netpower Rack for 8/20 Cameras (MX-NPR-8/20)
The MX-NPR-8/MX-NPR-20 allow supplying power
to up to 8/20 MOBOTIX cameras, respectively, via
the network cable. These NPRs thus replace 8/20
separate power supplies and the same number of
Network Power Adapters; they are easily mounted
in 19" racks (2 rack units).
Advantages of MOBOTIX PoE Products
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Zero maintenance and reliable without fans.
Higher reliability of the system as a whole, since standard
switches without PoE can be used (lower risk of failure).
Easy installation on DIN rails using supplied adapter (MX-NPR-4)
or in 19" racks (MX-NPR-8/20).
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On-Wall Set (MX-D22-OPT-AP)
The On-Wall set can reliably
protect external cables if the
cables cannot be guided
from below the housing but
have to be led above the
wall for technical or legal
reasons. In addition, the
On-Wall mount provides
ample space for extra modules.
ø 165 mm x 37 mm
/6.5 x 1.5 in
The D22M is not included
in the delivery of the InCeiling Set! (IP65)
In-Ceiling Set (MX-D22-OPT-TC)
The In-Ceiling Set allows
mounting the camera in
fake ceilings, for example.
This type of installation provides optimum protection
for the camera and reduces
the visible profile to a minimum since only the dome is
visible.
Vandalism Set (MX-D22-OPT-VANDAL-...)
The Vandalism Set provides
added protection for the
camera. The set consists of
a robust camera ring made
of stainless steel and a reinforced dome made from
ø 160 mm/6.3 in
3 mm thick polycarbonate.
A camera with vandalism
set is perfectly suited for applications in demanding environments (such as prisons,
social hot-spots, train stations, etc.).
Wall Mount (MX-D22-OPT-WH)
The Wall Mount is the ideal
solution for mounting the
cameras to walls for indoor
and outdoor applications.
The camera is absolutely
dustproof and resistant
against water jets (IP65).
The wall mount also covers
RJ45 wall outlets and also has ample space for additional modules.
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The vandalism ring is
available in these versions:
- matt
- polished
- powder-coated (black,
white, silver-gray)
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Pole Mount (MX-D22-OPT-MH)
Pole mount made of 3 mm
stainless steel
The Pole Mount can only be used in conjunction with
the Wall Mount. The supplied stainless steel straps
allow attaching the mount to poles with diameters
between 60 and 180 mm (2.4 to 7.1 in).
The Pole Mount is made from 3 mm white powdercoated stainless steel and is just as robust and
maintenance-free as the outdoor Wall Mount.
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3
OPERATING THE CAMERA
3.1
General Procedure
The MOBOTIX camera does not require any software installation; all you need is
your preferred browser with JavaScript support to operate the camera. Thus, the
MOBOTIX camera is supported by all common operating systems (such as Windows, Macintosh and Linux, ...).
3.1.1 Establishing the Power Supply to the Camera
You can choose between the following options:
MOBOTIX PoE products
do not require any fans
and are robust and reliable!
PoE components (IEEE
802.af) should not have
fans as this would decrease the overall reliability of the entire system
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•
•
External power supply and Network Power Adapter (MX-NPA-3-RJ):
Power supply of one camera injected into the network cabling (max. length
100 m (110 yd)), from the NPA to the 10BaseT/NET connector of the camera
(see sections 3.3.3 and 3.3.4).
Network Power Box/Rack (MX-NPR-4, or 8/20): Power supply of 4/8/20
cameras injected into the network cabling (max. length 100 m (110 yd)), from
the NPR to the 10BaseT/NET connector of the camera (see section 3.3.5).
Power-over-Ethernet: Power supply using network components that are
conforming to the PoE standard IEEE 802.3af (see section 3.3.6)
3.1.2 Connecting the Camera
•
Automatic camera search
using MxControlCenter
and Zeroconf/Bonjour
Ethernet interface of the camera (10/100 Mbps Ethernet): Connect directly
from a computer (using a crossover cable) or by using a Network Power
Adapter or a switch and a regular patch cable. Open a browser and enter
the IP address printed on the camera
label (e.g. 10.1.0.99).
If your computer is not in the same IP
address range as the camera
(10.x.x.x), you should install MxControlCenter (see section 3.4.6). Next, use
the integrated Zeroconf/Bonjour functionality to establish a connection to the
camera. If this is not possible, you can
temporarily assign a matching IP
address to your computer (see section
3.4.1).
Once a connection has been established, click on the Admin Menu button to start
configuring the camera. The Admin Menu controls all network settings (IP address,
netmask, DHCP, etc.) and other options.
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Note
After first booting a new MOBOTIX camera or after resetting to factory
defaults, accessing the Administration menu (Admin Menu button) will
automatically start the Quick Installation wizard. This is where you
configure the most important camera parameters in a step-by-step
manner. If you have completed the Quick Installation wizard at least
once, the standard Administration menu will open when you click on
the Admin Menu button.
Always use Quick Installation for initial configuration
The configuration follows these steps:
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1) Establish the first connection (via the Ethernet network).
2) Set the parameters for the desired connection type (Quick Installation).
3) Set the event control (Events, Actions and Messages); see chapter 7, Events,
Actions and Messages in the Software Manual.
4) Set the storage parameters (internal storage, FTP, file server or Flash device).
5) Store the configuration in the camera's permanent storage (flash).
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3.2 Overview of the Configuration Settings
Using the Quick Installation wizard
After booting the camera for the first time or after resetting it to factory defaults,
any access to the administration menu (Admin Menu button) will start the Quick
Installation.
This wizard will guide you through the most important settings of the camera (configuration of the network interface, image control, etc.) and can also be used to
reset the camera to its factory settings.
Always use Quick Installation for initial configuration!
It is also recommended to use Admin Menu > Quick Installation later on as well,
e.g. if you would like to change connection parameters or add a new connection
type.
Administration and setup of the camera
Admin Menu
User: admin
Password: meinsm
Basic configuration tasks of the camera (e.g. passwords, interfaces, software
updates) are carried out from the administration menu (Admin Menu button),
which requires the corresponding access rights (admins group).
Setup Menu
Open the Setup Menu (button) and find the dialogs for changing the image, event
and recording settings in the Image Control and Event Control sections. These
options are also available for users belonging to the users group.
Some of these settings can be changed using the corresponding pull-down menus
above the image on the Live screen.
The image settings are already optimized
Recommendation: Always
use factory image settings!
The factory image settings of MOBOTIX cameras deliver excellent images for most
application scenarios and should not be changed. If you do wish to make changes,
your changes should be minor and gradual. Use the options of the Image Programs Quick Control for easily and quickly adjusting the camera to the current
application scenario, since the image programs perform several configuration
steps at once. For additional information on the image programs, see section
5.5.2, Image Programs, in the Software Manual.
If you would like to reset changes without resetting the complete configuration to
factory defaults, you can use the Factory button at the bottom of the dialog to reset
only this dialog's settings. If you would like to reset all image settings, you can do
so using the Manage Settings > Restore Image Settings Quick Control above the
image on the Live screen.
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All changes are temporary
All changes to the configuration are only temporary and can thus be tested easily.
Restoring the previous configuration settings can be achieved using the Restore
button in most dialogs or by running Admin Menu > Restore last stored configuration from flash (see also section 5.9, Managing Settings, in the Software Manual).
Once you have finished configuring the camera, you should always store the settings in the camera's permanent memory. You can do so in each dialog (clicking
on Set at the bottom of each dialog will temporarily set the changes; clicking on
Close will ask you to store the complete configuration in the cameras permanent
memory) or in the Configuration section of the administration menu (Admin
Menu > Store current configuration into flash memory).
Make sure to permanently
store changed parameters!
The Configuration section of the administration menu provides more functions for
storing, copying and managing camera settings. For additional information on this
topic, see chapter 5, Basic Camera Configuration, in the Software Manual.
A camera that keeps time
Apart from a multitude of possibilities for controlling the camera using time (time
tables, holiday and vacation, scheduled tasks, etc.), the camera can also synchronize its internal clock. This allows you to keep the camera in synch manually with
a computer or fully automatic using a time server or another MOBOTIX camera.
The camera can use NTP time servers or time servers providing Time Protocol (RFC
868). For additional information on this topic, see section 5.4.2, Date and Time /
Time Zones and Time Servers, in the Software Manual.
Automatic time synchronization using a time server
The “More” and “Less” buttons
When opening some of the camera dialogs, only the most important configuration
options are displayed by default. These dialogs have a More button in the bottom
right corner; click on it to display additional options. If all options are displayed,
click on the Less button to hide the additional options.
More: Display advanced
features
Less: Hide advanced features
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3.3 Connecting the Camera, Power Supply
3.3.1 Notes on Cable Lengths and Power Supply
Make sure to use uninterruptible power supplies
(UPS)
PoE components without
fans increase overall reliability of the entire system
Use the MOBOTIX MXNPR-4 for smaller installation
Use the MOBOTIX Network Power Rack products
MX-NPR-8/20 for supplying power to 8 or 20 cameras, respectively
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The power supply of the MOBOTIX camera can only be established using
the 10BaseT/NET connector of the camera with the (pre-installed) network
cable. In order to supply power via the network cabling we recommend the
MOBOTIX PoE products (MxPoE, see also section 2.11, Camera Accessories):
• for one camera using the Network Power Adapter (MX-NPA-3-RJ)
• for up to four cameras using the Network Power Box (MX-NPR-4)
• for up to 8 or 20 cameras using the Network Power Rack (MX-NPR-8/20)
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The maximum length of the network cable for remotely supplying power is
100 m (300 ft).
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Make sure that you only use switches or routers that support the 10/100
Mbps Ethernet interface of the camera. Check the LED activity of the corresponding port at the switch or router. When operating many cameras,
please also see section 4.11, Operating Many Cameras, in the Software Manual, for additional hints.
•
It is highly recommended to use uninterruptible power supplies (UPS),
which also protect the cameras and the network components against electrical surges.
•
Advantages of MOBOTIX PoE Products:
- Zero maintenance and reliable without fans.
- Higher reliability of the system as a whole, since standard routers/
switches without PoE can be used (lower risk of failure).
- Easy installation in 19" racks (MX-NPR-8/20) or on DIN rails (MX-NPR-4).
•
If you are using IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet network components
for supplying power to MOBOTIX cameras, make sure that these components do not have a fan. Since the power consumption of MOBOTIX cameras
is very low compared to other products, the reliability of the entire system is
increased and the life cycle of these components is expanded.
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As soon as the power supply is established, the camera's LEDs will provide information on the startup sequence of the camera.
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Booting: Immediately after connecting the power supply, the red LED lights
up, blinks for two seconds, then stays on permanently. The camera's boot
loader checks the hardware, unpacks and starts the operating system. All
applications are verified using the checksums; in case of an error, the camera will start using the backup operating system.
Waiting for key pressed: Both LEDs light up for four seconds. If you press the
"R" or "L" key of the camera during this time, the camera will execute the
corresponding function (see sections 3.5 and 3.6).
Ready: Once the application software has been started, the green LED is on
permanently and the red LED blinks. You can now reach the camera via the
network using a browser. For additional information on this topic, see section
5.4.3, LED Signals and LED Configuration, in the Software Manual.
Note
During the startup sequence of the camera, the LEDs will always light
up, even if they have been deactivated in Admin Menu > LED Setup.
"R" key
"L" key
LEDs (1 x green, 1 x red)
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3.3.3 Power Supply (MxPoE) Using a Switch
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Connect the factory pre-installed cable of the camera to the Camera connector of the Network Power Adapter.
Connect the LAN/Power connector of the Network Power Adapter to an Ethernet connector of the switch/router or the Ethernet wall outlet.
Plug the RJ45 connector of the external power unit into the PC/Power connector of the Network Power Adapter.
3.3.4 Power Supply (MxPoE) When Connected Directly to a Computer
MOBOTIX power supply
and Network Power
Adapter required
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Connect the factory pre-installed cable of the camera to the Camera connector of the Network Power Adapter.
Connect the PC/Power connector of the Network Power Adapter to the Ethernet port of the computer.
Plug the RJ45 connector of the external power unit into the LAN/Power connector of the Network Power Adapter.
The Network Power
Adapter replaces the
crossover cable when directly connecting to a
computer
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Box
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Connect the factory pre-installed cable of the camera to the CAM connector
of the Network Power Rack (MX-NPR-8/20) or the Network Power Box
(MX-NPR-4).
Connect the LAN connector of the Network Power Rack to an Ethernet connector of the switch/router.
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Power Rack or Network
Power Box required
Use the 19" MOBOTIX
Netpower rack-mount
units to supply power to 8
or 20 cameras
Use the MOBOTIX Network Power Box for
smaller installations
Uninterruptible power
supply (UPS) should be installed
Do likewise to connect the camera to a Network-Power-Box (MX-NPR-4).
3.3.6 Power Supply (PoE IEEE 802.3af) Using Power-over-Ethernet Products
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Connect the factory pre-installed cable of the camera to the Ethernet connector of the PoE switch/router. The switch/router needs to support the PoE
standard IEEE 802.3af.
PoE IEEE 802.3af!
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3.4 The First Image from the Camera
Once the Ethernet connection has been established, you have the following possibilities to see the first image of the camera:
Working with the webbased user interface only
requires a web browser
with activated JavaScript!
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Automatic camera search and configuration using MxControlCenter (free
Windows client for MOBOTIX cameras; section 3.4.6, The First Image in
MxControlCenter)
Manual configuration (section 3.4.1, Preparing the Ethernet Connection)
Besides using MxControlCenter, you can also use a browser to access the camera (section 3.4.2, The First Image in the Browser).
In order to finish the camera configuration, you can use either MxControlCenter or
the browser-based user interface of the camera (see section 4.3, The Live Screen in
the Browser, in the Software Manual).
3.4.1 Preparing the Ethernet Connection
Caution:
Netmask 255.0.0.0
For this example, we will use a camera with the factory IP address 10.1.0.99.
Replace this IP address with the IP address of your camera. You will find this
address on a small sticker on the camera. Accessing the camera is always the
same and is independent of the connection type: simply enter the camera's IP
address in the address field of the browser (see section 3.4.2, The First Image in the
Browser).
Note
Pressing the "R" key on the front of the camera will let the camera
announce its current IP address, if an external speaker has been
attached.
Your computer has to have a network or a wireless interface, and it should be in
the same subnet as the camera. If your network also uses IP addresses of a class
A network (e.g. 10.x.x.x, network mask 255.0.0.0), you should be able to
access the camera directly (provided no other network device uses the same IP
address).
Determine the IP address of your computer:
Open a Command Prompt
(Windows):
Start > Run, enter "cmd",
then press [Return]
The factory IP address is
printed on the sticker on
the camera
Example: 10.1.0.99
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Open a command shell
(Windows) or a terminal
(Linux/UNIX/OS X)
and
enter the following command:
Windows 2000/XP: ipconfig
Linux/UNIX/OS X: ifconfig
You will find the IP address of your Windows computer under IP address; for Linux/
UNIX/OS X computers, search for the inet address parameter of the eth0 device
(the first network interface). If your computer does not use an IP address in the
10.x.x.x range, you should change the network configuration of your computer
or add a new IP address (see below).
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Make sure that no other network device uses the camera's IP address:
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Open a command shell (Windows) or a terminal (Linux/UNIX/OS X) and enter
the following command:
ping <factory IP address>
If you receive an answer from another network device although the camera is not
connected, you will have to remove that device until you have reset the MOBOTIX
camera to a free IP address. We recommend using the Quick Installation wizard for
assigning a new IP address to the camera.
If your computer does not use an IP address in the 10.0.0.0 network (e.g. a
192.168.x.x or 172.x.x.x network), you should temporarily set a new IP address
in the 10.x.x.x range:
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The factory IP address is
printed on the sticker on
the camera housing
Example: 10.1.0.99
Make sure that you use
the IP address of your
camera instead of
10.1.0.99!
Windows 2000/XP
(1) Open the Network Connections and open the
Properties of LAN Connection.
(2) Double-click
Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP).
(3) On the General tab, activate the Use the following address option.
(4) Enter an IP address (e.g.
10.1.0.11) in the class
A network (10.x.x.x)
that is unique in your
network and that is not
the same as the camera's IP address.
(5) Close all dialogs by clicking on OK.
Setting up a second IP address on Windows computers
Linux/UNIX/OS X
(1) Open a terminal as root user and enter the following command (eth0 or
en0 is usually the first network interface):
Linux/UNIX: ifconfig eth0:1 10.1.0.11
OS X:
ifconfig en0:1 10.1.0.11
The computer now has the additional IP address 10.1.0.11, allowing it to access
the camera with its factory IP address in the 10.x.x.x network (10.1.0.99 in
this example).
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3.4.2 The First Image in the Browser
Camera access:
http://10.1.0.99 (example)
The factory IP address is
printed on the sticker on
the camera
Now that you have successfully started the
camera for the first time, you can access
the camera using your preferred browser
to see the live video stream and the user
interface. Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Firefox,
Safari, Camino or any other graphical browser with activated JavaScript is suitable.
The operating system is of no importance, even PDAs can be used without any
problems, provided a web browser is available on the device.
Administration menu:
User name: admin
Password: meinsm
Quick Controls
Camera status
and help
Logo integrated
in image
Camera screens
Softbuttons
Softbuttons can be customized
Video motion windows
Replace the example address 10.1.0.99 by the
IP address of your own
camera!
After entering the camera's IP address in the browser address bar (e.g. http://
10.1.0.99), you will see the Live screen of the MOBOTIX camera with its user
interface controls, such as softbuttons, buttons for the different camera screens,
pull-down menus (Quick Controls), icons for accessing the online help and the
camera status, as well as status information elements above and below the live
image.
Note
Default access credentials for the Administration Menu
User name:
admin
Password:
meinsm
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Additional Information
For more information on this topic, see the News and Functional Overview pages
in the online help of the camera's browser interface. Click on the yellow
icon in
the top right corner to open the camera's online help.
In order to obtain more information on the camera and its current configuration,
icon in the top right
open the Camera Status dialog by clicking on the yellow
corner of the camera's browser interface.
Camera Help
Camera status
Another source of information on all dialogs and parameters of the MOBOTIX camera is the Reference Manual that you can download from www.mobotix.com.
The Reference Manual consists of the MOBOTIX camera's online help in one PDF
file.
Note
Factory default configuration: Every MOBOTIX camera has its individual factory IP address (e.g. 10.1.0.99). This IP address is printed on
a sticker on the camera. If you have started the camera using DHCP or
you have set the IP address manually, enter the new IP address in the
browser address bar (e.g. 192.168.0.99) instead of the factory IP
address. To have the camera announce its current IP address over the
speaker, simply press the key marked "R" on the camera housing.
For additional information on this topic, see section 3.5, Starting the
Camera With an Automatic IP Address (DHCP).
MxControlCenter: In order to see the live image of the camera, you
can also use other applications or the integrated programming interface of the MOBOTIX camera. MxControlCenter for Windows is such
an application and is provided free of charge by MOBOTIX. Besides
its ability to display fast live video of up to 30 cameras simultaneously
at 30 fps each on one computer, MxControlCenter also allows recording and playing back video clips with lip-synchronous audio via the
network and can control pan/tilt heads using a joystick or the mouse.
Download the newest version of MxControlCenter from the MOBOTIX
website. The website contains more information on MOBOTIX systems
as well as the MxControlCenter User Manual.
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Changing the factory IP
address: Always use Admin Menu > Quick Installation
Not available on Basic
models, on D22M IT/
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3.4.3 Camera Screens in the Browser
All camera windows:
Click on
to open the
online help pages for the
camera screens
Live screen:
http://<camera IP>/
control/userimage.html
Playback screen:
http://<camera IP>/
control/player
Multiview screen:
http://<camera IP>/
control/multiview
Multiwatcher screen:
http://<camera IP>/
control/
multiwatcherproxy
PDA screen:
http://<camera IP>/pda
PDA Event List:
http://<camera IP>/
control/
player?eventlist&pda
Guest screen:
http://<camera IP>/
cgi-bin/guestimage.html
Use the Administration
menu to set the camera
screen that should appear
initially when accessing
the camera IP address
Per factory default, the MOBOTIX camera first shows the Live screen. You can set a
different start page in order to prevent others from changing the settings. In addition to this, you can assign user names and passwords to prevent unauthorized
access or you can restrict access to the current live image only by setting the Guest
screen as the start page.
The following screens are available:
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Live screen: Shows the current live image and allows changing the
image and event settings of the camera. This is the factory default start
page of the camera.
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Playback screen: Shows all recorded images or video clips with
extended functions for searching and downloading images, regardless
of where the images are stored (internal camera storage, external ring file
server/computer, Flash device).
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MultiView screen: Shows multiple cameras or the last events in a freely
definable layout.
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Multiwatcher screen: Shows a user-friendly and customizable screen for
monitoring several cameras via Internet, while using very little transmission
bandwidth.
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PDA screen and PDA Event List: Both screens are optimized for PDAs with a
focus on fast data transmission with low bandwidth requirements (GSM,
GPRS) on devices with small displays (PDAs, mobile phones, sub notebooks).
The PDA Event List in particular gives a quick overview over the last events
since the live image is not transferred.
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Guest screen: Only shows the current live image with reduced frame rate.
One important application of this screen is to make the live image available
for specific users without giving them the opportunity to change the configuration or the image settings of the camera.
Note
Open Admin Menu > Language and Entry Page to set a different
start page when accessing the camera.
Open Admin Menu > Users and Passwords and Admin Menu >
Group Access Control Lists to set user rights and to prevent unauthorized access to specific screens and functions of the camera (see section 5.4.1, Passwords, in the Software Manual).
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3.4.4 Access Using Zeroconf/Bonjour
Bonjour is the implementation of this service in Apple Mac
OS X from version 10.4; in Mac OS X 10.2 and 10.3, this service is called Rendezvous.
Bonjour is available free of charge for Windows computers
from the Apple web site www.apple.com/bonjour. For
Linux and UNIX, Avahi provides the corresponding functionality. For further information on Bonjour and Zeroconf,
please consult www.apple.com/macosx/features/bonjour and the Zeroconf web site www.zeroconf.org.
MOBOTIX cameras support Bonjour by default
from software version
3.0.3.37!
From software version 3.0.3.37, MOBOTIX cameras automatically offer their web
service via Zeroconf/Bonjour. This means that the cameras will announce themselves automatically in a Bonjour list in the web browser and in MxControlCenter.
Selecting a MOBOTIX camera in the browser will display the camera's user interface in the browser window; likewise, MxControlCenter will be able to find the
camera.
Note
A major advantage of Zeroconf/Bonjour is that you do not need to
know the IP address or the name of the MOBOTIX camera in order
to access it.
Another advantage of Bonjour is that all cameras will be found
regardless if they are in the same subnet or in other subnets {as
long as they are in the same physical network as the computer).
Caution
When using the camera in a network with managed switches or internal filewalls, make sure that port 5353 is not blocked or else Zeroconf/Bonjour will not work.
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Apple Bonjour
Automatic network configuration for MOBOTIX
cameras using Zeroconf/
Bonjour
Zeroconf (short for Zero Configuration Networking) describes the networking
method of automatically establishing an IP-based network without the help of servers and without changing any settings. Zeroconf-capable devices automatically
announce their name and the service they are providing (printer, email server, etc.)
in the network. As a basic technology, Zeroconf is part of the current Windows,
Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.
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Prerequisites for Using Zeroconf/Bonjour
MOBOTIX camera:
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Zeroconf has to be activated (Admin Menu > Ethernet Interface). This is the
factory default for MOBOTIX cameras from software version 3.0.3.37.
The camera needs to be in the same physical subnet as the computer
(Admin Menu > Ethernet Interface).
Operating system:
•
Microsoft Windows (2000, XP, 2003,
Vista): Bonjour for Windows has to be
installed (www.apple.com/bonjour).
The application also configures the Windows firewall, installs an add-on for Internet Explorer and the Java Bonjour libraries. The list of Bonjour-enabled network
devices is shown in Internet Explorer once
the Bonjour add-on has been activated
in the main toolbar of Internet Explorer.
When using Microsoft
Windows, install Apple
Bonjour for Windows and
activate the Bonjour addon in Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer with
activated Bonjour sidebar
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Macintosh OS X (10.2 or higher): Bonjour is included in the Apple operating
system. There is no other configuration required. The list of Bonjour-enabled
network devices is displayed in Safari after clicking on the Bonjour button.
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Linux: Zeroconf is included in KDE from version 3.4 and in Gnome from version 2.8. The list of Bonjour-enabled network devices is displayed after entering zeroconf:/ in the Konqueror address bar. The displayed list contains
all Zeroconf-enabled network services (see figure below). Clicking on /WWW
servers displays the list of all available MOBOTIX cameras (and all other
Bonjour-enabled devices). Linux users can also use the mdns-scan application in a terminal to search for Bonjour-enabled devices on the network.
Bonjour is enabled by
default in the Safari and
Camino browsers on Mac
OS X
1
Konqueror on SuSE
2
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Note
If a proxy server is used in your network, you may get an error message when trying to access a MOBOTIX camera in the web browser.
Make sure that the list of proxy exceptions in your browser contains
the following entry:
*.local
*.local.
.local.
(Windows)
(Mac OS X)
(Linux)
To find the proxy exceptions in Internet Explorer for Windows, open
Tools > Connections > LAN Settings > Settings > Proxy server >
Advanced and add the entry in the Exceptions text field.
To find the proxy exceptions in Mac OS X, open System Prefencenes > Network > Proxies and add the entry in the Bypass proxy settings for these Hosts and Domains text field.
As an alternative, your network administrator can reconfigure the
proxy server so that it does not block .local addresses.
Bonjour for Windows automatically configures the proxy exceptions in
the Windows firewall upon installation.
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3.4.5 Browser Settings
Current browsers with activated JavaScript (Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla,
Firefox, Safari, Konqueror, Opera, Camino, etc.) can show the camera's live images
without changing the default settings. Text-based browsers (e.g. lynx) cannot display the user interface and are not suitable for operating the camera. A restrictive
configuration of a browser or operating system, however, will prevent certain camera features from working properly and may even make working with the camera
impossible. This can also be caused by the selected security or browser cache settings or if proxy servers are used.
You may experience problems in the following areas:
•
Deactivate popup blockers!
Set the browser cache
to automatic updating!
Add the camera to the
proxy exceptions!
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•
Popup Blocker: Popups are windows that display (mostly unwanted) windows without user interaction (in this case, the web server of the MOBOTIX
camera creates these windows). While active popup blockers make sense
when surfing websites on the Internet, they may prevent individual windows
from being displayed when used together with a MOBOTIX camera. The
MOBOTIX camera creates individual popup windows in order to display
detailed information (e.g. the Network Test Log window, see section 5.3, Connection Test, in the Software Manual). Since popup blockers are available not
only in browsers but in plug-ins as well (e.g. in the Google toolbar), you need
to take care that this issue is resolved properly.
To circumvent this problem, you can either deactivate popup blockers in general or you can enter the respective camera IP addresses or address ranges
in the exception lists of the popup blocker or browser (recommended).
Browser Cache: Browsers store viewed pages locally in the cache of your
computer. This minimizes the transfer time and reduces bandwidth. There is,
however, a chance that you may see outdated information. When updating
the camera software, this can cause negative side effects.
To avoid this, it is recommended that you configure your browser cache so
that the cache contents are automatically compared to the contents of the
website every time you access a website. While the software is updated, it is
recommended that you either deactivate the cache or set it to its minimum
size.
Proxy Server: Similar to browser caches, proxy servers (predominantly used
in larger networks) are used to temporarily store website files so that these
files can be sent to a browser without having to download them again.
When updating the camera software, for example, proxy servers can block
the entire process or parts of it.
If a proxy server is used in your local network, it is strongly recommended
that you enter the cameras' IP addresses (or a corresponding camera subnet) as proxy exceptions (see chapter 6, Software Updates, in the Software
Manual).
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Security Settings: Restrictive browser security settings may complicate or
even prevent using the browser-based user interface of the MOBOTIX camera. Make sure that JavaScript or Active Scripting (whichever is appropriate)
are activated. It is recommended to add the camera IP addresses to the list
of trusted sites. This is especially important if you intend to install the MxPEG
ActiveX plug-in of older camera software versions for fast video and audio
streaming (see section 4.3.5, Browser Settings, ActiveX-Plug-in, in the Software Manual).
Colored Buttons: Internet Explorer
version 6 or higher (on computers
running Windows XP or higher) will
not display colored buttons on the
browser-based user interface.
These versions of Internet Explorer
always use the color settings of the
operating system for the browser
buttons. In order to display colored
buttons, you can deactivate the visual styles in the extended Internet
options of Internet Explorer.
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Activate JavaScript/ActiveScripting!
Activating the colored
softbuttons in Internet
Explorer
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3.4.6 The First Image in MxControlCenter
Download MxControlCenter free of charge from
www.mobotix.com
MOBOTIX MxControlCenter is a free-of-charge application, which provides a
means for displaying and managing many MOBOTIX cameras and their alarms
on one computer. On top of this, MxControlCenter can simultaneously display 30
MOBOTIX cameras with 30 frames per second in CIF format and MxPEG
encoding on a standard Pentium 4 computer with 3 GHz.
MxControlCenter Windows client with alarm
list, background image and
freely positioned cameras
MxControlCenter can do quite a bit more than simply display the video and audio
data from MOBOTIX cameras. The unique features of MxControlCenter in combination with the MOBOTIX cameras create a full-featured security system: intelligent
alarm handling, various ways of arranging the camera views on different layouts
(MultiView screens), ability to display cameras that are sending alarm notifications,
the integrated camera management functions, and an array of other interesting
features.
Further Information on MxControlCenter
For further information on MxControlCenter, download the MxControlCenter User
Manual from www.mobotix.com (Support > Manuals section).
Further Information in the Software Manual
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•
MxPEG with audio and M-JPEG (sections 5.5.6 and 5.5.7)
Fast video streaming (section 4.10)
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Installing MxControlCenter
If you have an MxControlCenter installation CD, insert it into your computer drive.
If this is not the case or if you would like to update an older version, you
can download the latest MSI or ZIP file from the MOBOTIX website. The
latest version is available at www.mobotix.com > Support > Software
Downloads in the MxControlCenter section.
If you are using the installation CD, the installation process starts automatically and
leads you through the necessary steps. If you have downloaded the Installer, simply double-click the MSI file to start the installation process.
Automatic installation of
MxControlCenter with
Windows Installer (MSI)
The installer automatically creates shortcuts for the most important applications on
your desktop.
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Using MxControlCenter for the First Time
Double-click the shortcut created by the installer (see Installing MxControlCenter) or
the program file itself to start MxControlCenter.
Automated Search for MOBOTIX Cameras
If you start MxControlCenter for the first time or if you have not yet stored a start
layout with the desired video sources (i.e. MOBOTIX cameras), the Open Video
Sources dialog will open and automatically starts scanning the network.
Automatic search for
MOBOTIX cameras!
Video sources list
Legend
Camera preview
After all MOBOTIX cameras have been identified, MxControlCenter performs an
operational test on the cameras to determine their status and then lists them
according to the legend.
Next, MxControlCenter automatically selects all cameras.
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Click on OK to add the selected cameras to the Open Video Sources dialog.
Anytime you connect a new camera to the local network, you can initiate the
search in the Open Video Sources dialog again by pushing the
button.
If the desired MOBOTIX cameras are shown as OK in the video source list (status
OK), proceed to the Selecting Video Sources section further below.
Configuring MOBOTIX Cameras for a Different Network
Using Bonjour, MxControlCenter finds not only cameras on the same subnet (netDifwork range) but also MOBOTIX cameras located in other subnets (status
ferent subnet). In such a case, you would not be able to establish any connection
to cameras in a different network or subnet (without going into much further detail
about the complicated details of TCP/IP network configurations). This is possible,
for example, when a camera with a factory IP address is connected to a network in
which a DHCP server automatically assigns the IP addresses.
Right-click on a camera, then click on Configure network in the context menu and
MxControlCenter will automatically reconfigure this camera so that it is “integrated” into your existing subnet. However, MxControlCenter first needs some
information about the subnet into which the camera will be integrated. You can
enter this information in the Configure Cameras dialog that opens automatically.
If your computer gets its IP
address automatically from a
DHCP server, then this is certainly the best choice for the
new camera and most likely for
all other cameras which have
been found in a different subnet
(Apply to all selected cameras
checkbox).
If you have assigned a fixed IP
address to your computer, you
will certainly prefer to assign
fixed IP addresses (issued by your system administrator) to every camera. In most
cases, you should enter a similar configuration as the one found for your computer's Network Connections in the Properties of Internet protocol (TCP/IP) dialog.
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MxControlCenter changes the network configuration of the current camera and,
after a short time, the camera also appears in the list with a new IP address and in
the same subnet as your computer.
Make sure that the Save camera configuration permanently checkbox is activated so that the new network settings will be used from now on and not just until
the camera's next reboot.
Note
If you have set a different user name and password for administration
than the factory-preset ones (admin, meinsm), you will need to have
these user credentials available and enter them in the appropriate dialog. To open the dialog, click on the Enter password context menu
entry.
Defining Additional Video Sources
Besides automatically detecting MOBOTIX cameras, you can also manually add
other video sources to the list of available video sources in MxControlCenter.
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•
Automatic search: Scans the (physical) network.
This scan will find all MOBOTIX cameras, regardless of whether they are in the same subnet as the
computer or in a different one.
Add camera manually: Enter a known IP address
or the DNS name of a MOBOTIX camera if this
camera had not been detected during the automatic search in the first place.
Add MxPEG clip: Adds an MxPEG video clip previously recorded by a
MOBOTIX camera as a video source.
Add file server path: Adds the alarm images previously stored by a
MOBOTIX camera on an external file server as a video source.
Selecting Video Sources
Highlight the desired video sources you would like to manage and display in
MxControlCenter.
Camera Preview
If you select a camera with a status of OK,
MxControlCenter automatically displays the
live images from the camera in the preview
window. If you are using [Ctrl]-click to select several cameras, the image from the camera
selected last is shown in the preview window.
This feature facilitates identifying the cameras
you would like to use.
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Editing the Video Source List
This list provides a popup menu (right mouse key), allowing
you to select/deselect all video sources at once. Similarly,
you can highlight some or all of the listed video sources and
remove them from the list if they are not to be displayed or
managed in MxControlCenter.
If you interrupt the discovery process (section Configuring MOBOTIX Cameras for a
Different Subnet) or require a password that is different from the factory preset one,
you can always relaunch the configuration process from the popup menu at a later
time and enter the appropriate user name and password.
Using the Selected Video Sources
Clicking on OK instructs MxControlCenter to use the highlighted cameras. Activate
the Show selected video sources in new standard layout checkbox and MxControlCenter automatically generates a layout with the live images of all highlighted
cameras.
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3.5 Starting the Camera With an Automatic IP Address (DHCP)
If your network has a DHCP server, you can start the camera with DHCP support. In
this case, the DHCP server automatically assigns an IP address.
Connect and activate the
external speaker of the
camera!
As soon as startup has been completed, the camera automatically announces its
IP address, its network mask and its MAC address (note that this feature requires
an external speaker). Note that this announcement function can be deactivated
(Admin Menu > Loudspeaker and Microphone).
Proceed as follows to start the camera using DHCP:
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•
•
•
The D22M also allows
connecting an external
speaker and microphone.
The D22M does not have
a built-in speaker or microphone.
If the camera is powered on, disconnect the power supply of the camera by
unplugging the corresponding cable.
Reconnect power to the camera and observe the LEDs.
Wait until both LEDs are lighting up simultaneously for the first time.
Press the "R" key on the camera within four seconds.
Press "R" key
•
•
After about two more seconds, the camera plays a sound twice ("Boing,
Boing"), if an external speaker has been connected.
After about another 15 seconds, the camera will announce its network data,
provided it has audio functionality.
You can now access the camera using the IP address it just announced and via
the list of Bonjour-enabled devices.
Note
Announce IP address:
Press "R" key
If you would like to have a running camera repeat its network settings,
simply press the "R" key once. For D22M models, make sure that an
external speaker has been connected to hear the announcement.
Caution
In case of an error, the
camera uses its last IP
address
When starting the camera with DHCP support, make sure that the network has a properly functioning DHCP server. If this is not the case,
the camera cannot obtain a valid IP address and will fall back to its last
known IP address.
You should also make sure that the DHCP server always assigns the
same IP addresses to the cameras by reserving the desired IP
address for the MAC address of every camera.
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3.6 Starting the Camera Using the Factory IP Address
In certain situations, it may become necessary to start the camera with its factory IP
address. This could be the case, for example, if the IP address has been lost or the
camera does not react to the last known IP address.
Passwords and camera
settings will not be
changed!
Proceed as follows to start the camera using its factory IP address:
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•
•
If the camera is powered on, disconnect the power supply of the camera by
unplugging the corresponding cable.
Reconnect power to the camera and observe the LEDs.
Wait until both LEDs are lighting up simultaneously for the first time.
Press the "L" key on the camera within four seconds.
Press "L" key
•
The D22M also allows
connecting an external
speaker and microphone.
The D22M does not have
a built-in speaker or microphone.
After about two more seconds, the camera plays a single sound ("Boing"), if
an external speaker has been connected.
The camera is now accessible again using its factory IP address (see label on
the camera housing).
Note
If you use the camera's "L" key to load the factory network configuration, this configuration is not automatically saved to flash memory.
Upon restarting the camera the next time without using the camera's
"L" key, the last stored network configuration will be used. To permanently store the new network configuration in the camera's flash memory, open Admin Menu > Store ...
Caution
As opposed to resetting the camera using Admin Menu > Reset
configuration to factory defaults, the user information will not be
reset if the camera is booted using the factory IP address.
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Make sure you store the
factory network configuration to the permanent
flash memory
Users and passwords will
not be changed!
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Declaration of Conformity
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Note
Find the most recent certificates for this camera and other MOBOTIX
products on our website www.mobotix.com in the Support > Certificates section.
Notes:
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MOBOTIX – The HiRes Video Company
To demonstrate our confidence in the quality of our products,
MOBOTIX cameras were used to capture all the images that
appear in this manual.
Manufacturer
Executive Board
MOBOTIX AG
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You can find the latest version of this document
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Technical specifications subject to change without notice!
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D22M-IT/SECURE: Drilling Template
Scale 1:1
1 00 mm/3.94 in
1 00 mm/3.94 in
ø5.5 mm/
0.22 in
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41
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D22M-BASIC: Drilling Template
Scale 1:1
ø90 mm/3.54 in
22.5 mm/
0.89 in
67.5 mm/2.66 in
45 mm/1.77 in
ø5.4 mm/0.21 in
78 mm/3.07 in
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D22M On-Wall Set: Drilling Template
Scale 1:1
60 mm/2.36 in
1 00 mm/3.94 in
ø5.8 mm/0.23 in
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71 .5 mm/2.82 in
D22M Outdoor Wall Mount: Drilling Template
Scale 1:1
50 mm/1 .97 in
3 mm/0.1 2 in
ø7.5 mm/0.3 in
1 20 mm/4.72 in
86 mm/
3.39 in
86 mm/3.39 in
ø7.5 mm/0.3 in
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D22M In-Ceiling Set: Drilling Template
Scale 1:1
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3 mm Beschnitt umlaufend
3 Megapixels
2048 x 1536
8x software zoom
-22°F to +140°F
Weatherproof
-30°C to +60°C, IP65
no heating necessary
D22M
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Camera Manual
Part 1
IEEE 802.3af
PoE
network power
even in winter
microphone & speaker
Audio
bi-directional via IP
variable frame rates
Video SIP Client
IP Telephony
alarm notify,
camera remote control
Video motion
multiple windows
precision pixel-based
lip-syncronized audio
Recording
event ring buffer
30 cams each 30 fps
Live viewing
30 cams at 30 fps
all on one screen
Backlight
MX-CM-D22M-EN-02
safe using CMOS
without mechanical iris
Complete integration for web and security
Current PDF File:
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Wall mount
with cable cover
for RJ45 wall outlet
Robust
no moving parts
fiber glass housing
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