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AXIS 2420
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AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
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This manual is intended for administrators and users of the
AXIS 2420 and the AXIS 2420 W/Lens Network Camera,
and is applicable for software release 2.31. Both products
are referred to throughout as the AXIS 2420.
Readers are recommended to use this document as a
supplement to the Wizards and other on-line information
available via the Web-based interface. Later versions of this
manual will be posted to the Axis Website, as required.
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you detect any inaccuracies or omissions, please inform your
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Trademark Acknowledgments
Please observe these safety markings when using this product.
Acrobat, Adobe, Boa, Ethernet, IBM, Internet Explorer, LAN
Manager, Linux, Macintosh, Microsoft, Netscape Navigator,
OS/2, UNIX, Windows, WWW are registered trademarks of the
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This manual contains information for configuring,
managing and using the product, as well as a general
overview of the product functionality. Detailed instructions
for using the product are also available in the on-line Help.
Caution! - Potential hazard that can damage the product.
Important! - Potential hazard that can seriously impair
operation.
Do not proceed beyond any of the above notices until you
have fully understood the implications.
Legal Considerations
Camera surveillance may be prohibited by laws that vary
from country to country. Check the laws in your local
region before using the AXIS 2420 for surveillance.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
USA - This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
interference to radio communications. It has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at
his/her own expense will be required to take whatever
measures may be required to correct the interference.
Shielded cables should be used with this unit to ensure
compliance with the Class A limits.
Europe
- This digital equipment fulfills the
requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of
EN55022/1994, and the requirements for immunity
according to EN55024/1998 residential, commercial, and
light industry.
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Should you require any technical assistance, please contact
your local dealer. If your questions cannot be answered
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appropriate channels to ensure a rapid response. If you are
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general corporate information from www.axis.com.
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
Revision 2.0
Part No: 18990
Dated: February 2002
Copyright © Axis Communications AB,
1996 - 2002
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
An Introduction to the AXIS 2420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Camera Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Features and Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Physical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Mounting the AXIS 2420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Checking The Hardware Inventory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installing on a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installing via a Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Focusing Your Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Configuring Your Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Configuration Using the Wizards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
The Administration Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
System Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Motion Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
COM-Ports, Modems and Pan-Tilt-Zoom Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
The Factory Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Choosing Your Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
The AXIS 2191 Audio Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Installing the Audio Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Configuring the Audio Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Using the Audio Module with Your Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Appendix A - Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Appendix B - Other IP Setup Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Appendix C - Lenses and Advanced Focusing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Appendix D - Customizing Your Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Appendix E - Updating the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Appendix F - The Unit Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Appendix G - High-Speed Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Appendix H - Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
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AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
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Physische Beschreibung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Bedienfeld vorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Bedienfeld hinten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Montage der AXIS 2420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Überprüfen des Lieferumfangs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Installieren in einem Netzwerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Anschließen an ein Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Scharfeinstellung der Kamera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Werkseitige Standardeinstellungen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Français
Description du Materiel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Panneau avant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Panneau arrière . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Fixation de la caméra AXIS 2420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Vérification de la liste du matériel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Installation sur un réseau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Installation par l’intermédiaire d’un modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Mise au point de votre caméra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Restauration des paramètres d’usine par défaut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Español
Descripción física . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Panel frontal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Panel posterior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Montar la AXIS 2420 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Comprobar el inventario de hardware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Instalación de la cámara a una red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Instalación de la cámara a un módem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Enfocando la cámara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Incluir los parámetros por defecto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
An Introduction to the AXIS 2420
An Introduction to the AXIS 2420
Camera Models
The AXIS 2420 Network Camera is available in 4 different variants:
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The AXIS 2420 (PAL) - supplied without a lens.
The AXIS 2420 W/Lens (PAL) - supplied with a DC-Iris varifocal lens.
The AXIS 2420 (NTSC) - supplied without a lens.
The AXIS 2420 W/Lens (NTSC) - supplied with a DC-Iris varifocal lens.
This information provided in this manual is applicable to all variants, unless otherwise
stated. All product variants are referred to throughout the manual as the AXIS 2420.
Product Overview
The AXIS 2420 is a digital network camera running TCP/IP. It includes all of the required
networking connectivity for distributing monitored images over a secure intranet or the
Internet. With its own built-in Web server, the AXIS 2420 provides high-quality imaging,
and full Web-based control of the product management and configuration functions via a
browser over your network.
The AXIS 2420 Network Camera (lens only supplied with AXIS 2420 W/Lens).
Connecting directly to Ethernet or Fast Ethernet networks, the AXIS 2420 is a standalone
digital network camera that will also connect to a local Internet Service Provider using an
external modem.
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To simplify the installation process, the Web-based interface provides an Installation
Wizard and an Application Wizard, which help you towards a seamless and automated
integration into your networking and application environments.
Including a video output via a standard BNC connector, the AXIS 2420 also connects
directly to any analog CCTV system to provide instant Plug-and-Watch integration into
two parallel imaging networks - traditional analog, and modern digital.
Suitable for use in outdoor enclosures, the AXIS 2420 includes in-picture motion
detection, making it the ideal professional surveillance tool.
Features and Benefits
Ease of Use - The AXIS 2420 is completely independent of any other server and requires no
special hardware or viewing software. All you need to view live pictures over your network
is Netscape Navigator 4.x or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x/5.x (used with the Axis
ActiveX component or Java Applet). Whatever your choice of browser, the AXIS 2420
supports complete Plug-and-Watch functionality; so, all you need to do is assign a valid IP
address.
Simple Administration - Using a standard browser, the AXIS 2420 is configured and managed
directly from its own Web pages.
Cost-effective - The AXIS 2420 provides a reliable and low-cost resource for high-quality
imaging over the network without the hidden accessories normally required by other
digital cameras; such as, expensive software, management workstations, dedicated
applications, video cabling or PC frame-grabber cards. Use the AXIS 2420 as a night
watchman and exploit the downtime on corporate networks. With the AXIS 2420 there’s
no need to install coaxial cabling - just use your existing Ethernet networks for remote
surveillance imaging - as well as for data communication.
Built-in Support for the AXIS 2191 Audio Module - The AXIS 2420 can be used directly with
this add-on component, which enables live audio on your camera. The AXIS 2191 is
supplied separately.
Open Standards Environment - Supporting TCP/IP networking, SMTP, HTTP and other
Internet-related protocols, the AXIS 2420 can be used in mixed operating system
environments; such as Windows, UNIX, Macintosh and OS/2. It integrates easily into other
WWW/Intranet applications and CGI scripts.
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
An Introduction to the AXIS 2420
Outdoor Use - The AXIS 2420 is a professional product including full DC-iris control and is
shipped either without a lens (AXIS 2420) or with a DC-Iris varifocal lens (AXIS 2420
W/Lens). Both variants can alternatively be fitted with any standard C-CS type lens.
Installed into an appropriate outdoor housing, the camera makes an ideal remote
monitoring tool for outdoor use. Follow the accessories links for information on
appropriate outdoor casings for the AXIS 2420 on our Website at www.axis.com.
Motion Detection - Sophisticated motion detection with in-picture alarm programming, and
multi-window triggering for professional remote monitoring over TCP/IP networks, or via
a modem.
Standard Image Format - In professional surveillance applications it’s often critical for every
recorded image to be of a high quality. That’s why, in contrast to many inferior solutions
that simply store image changes from one frame to another, the AXIS 2420 delivers up to
25/30 (PAL/NTSC) full, high-quality frames per second. Your pictures can be viewed using
any standard browser and the data integrity of your recorded images is always assured.
Image Updating - The on-board AXIS ETRAX 100-LX processor combined with the
revolutionary AXIS ARTPEC-1 Real Time Picture Encoder provides an amazing
power-synergy to deliver up to 25/30 frames/second over 10Mbps or 100Mbps networks.
High Compression - The AXIS ARTPEC chip affords both an efficient and variable ratio of
JPEG image compression that can be defined by the user.
Analog or Digital - The AXIS 2420 includes a standard BNC video output which means that
apart from a connection over a modem or network, you can simultaneously connect the
AXIS 2420 to any analog CCTV system. That gives you simultaneous video imaging over
diverse surveillance systems.
External Device Connection - Supporting RS-232 and RS-485 communication protocols, the
AXIS 2420 includes the physical interfaces for connecting a variety of external devices;
such as, Pan/Tilt/Zoom devices, doorbells, switches and alarm relays. Develop your own
PHP-based programing scripts for creating a variety of security applications triggered on
time or alarm-based events. You can even drive annunciators and other audible alarm
devices using the relay output.
Wide Range of Applications - The AXIS 2420 offers live video over internet networks and the
Internet, and is ideal for use with many of today’s high-speed internet services. Allowing
remote access directly from your Web browser, you can view live images, manage, and
control the AXIS 2420 at any time and from anywhere. The AXIS 2420´s sophisticated
features make it the ideal tool for intruder detection, industrial process control, public
surveillance, visual security, and image archiving applications.
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Modem Support - The Point to Point Protocol (PPP) support allows you to use your AXIS
2420 remotely over a serial link, just as if it were located on your local network. You can
initially set up the AXIS 2420 over the network, or use a computer connected directly to
the AXIS 2420 via the supplied Null Modem cable. The AXIS 2420 is accessed using a
standard Dial-up (PPP) connection.
ISP Support - Arrange for the image files to be uploaded to an Internet Service Provider
(ISP) and provide the global Internet community with browser access to your live images.
Select any of the supported ISPs from the embedded Web-based Wizards, or choose your
own preferred ISP as an imaging repository for your images.
Security - The AXIS 2420 includes a self-contained Web server, which means that your
digital images can be protected just like any other Internet host. Data protection is
normally implemented by your Network Administrator using the unit security settings in
combination with an organization’s Internet firewall. The Administrator can subsequently
restrict image access to specific individuals or groups, or alternatively allow global access.
Linux Operating System - The AXIS 2420 includes modified versions of the Boa Web server,
and Linux operating system - both of which are freely distributed under the GNU General
Public License, as published by the Free Software Foundation. This software provides a
stable and reliable platform for open-source development of the product. In accordance
with the GNU General Public License, Axis has published the kernel for this product at
http://developer.axis.com/.
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
Physical Description
Physical Description
Please read the following information to familiarize yourself with your AXIS 2420, making
particular note of where the connectors and indicators are located. This section provides a
useful reference when installing the product.
Front Panel
Status Indicator
Used in conjunction with the Focus Assistant, this multi-colored indicator can be used as a local
focusing aid (see Focusing Your Camera, on page 17). Under normal conditions, however, this
indicator defines the operational status of the camera, as described below:
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Green - the indicator flashes briefly and momentarily displays orange during the start-up
and self-test routines. The indicator then displays green to indicate a healthy unit status.
• Red - the indicator will display red only if a problem with the AXIS 2420 has occurred. Refer
to Appendix A - Troubleshooting.
Note: The Status Indicator can also be made to flash whenever images are displayed in a
browser. See the on-line help for more information.
CCD
Used for capturing
images, the chargecoupled device is
very sensitive to dirt
and dust.
CS Mount Ring
Accommodates any
CS-type lens, or
C-lens (when used
with an appropriate
CS-C adaptor).
Control Button
Located to the left of the lens assembly; this button is recessed within the product
casing. Using a pointed object, press this button to restore the factory default settings as described in The Factory Default Settings, on page 30; and to enable the
Focus Assistant, as described in Using The Focus Assistant, on page 55.
Lock Ring
Fasten the lock ring to
the chassis. Adjust the
CS mount ring only if
you wish to adjust the
back focus. See Adjusting the Back Focus, on
page 59 for further
details.
Serial Number
Located on the
underside of the AXIS
2420, the serial number is identical to the
Ethernet address of
the unit.
Important!
If you are using the AXIS 2420 in an outdoor application, it must be housed in a weatherproof enclosure
and must be fitted with a DC-Iris lens to automatically regulate the amount of light entering the camera. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight or halogen light will damage the CCD. Consequently, Axis recommends observing extreme caution when installing the camera in strong sunlight. Failure to do so may
invalidate the product warranty. The AXIS 2420 W/Lens is supplied with a DC-Iris lens as standard.
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Rear Panel
RS-232 Serial Connector
A single 9-pin D-sub connector provides the RS-232 serial
interface for connecting a
modem or the AXIS 2191
Audio Module. For pinout
information, refer to Appendix F - The Unit Connectors.
Power Supply Connector
PS-D connector for connection of the AXIS 2420 power
supply.
Network Connector
The AXIS 2420 is designed for
10 Mbps Ethernet and 100
Mbps Fast Ethernet networks
and connects to the network
via a twisted pair category 5
cable (10baseT and
100baseTX), terminated using
a standard RJ-45 connector.
Supporting NWAY, the AXIS
2420 detects the speed of the
local network segment and
varies the speed of data communication accordingly (between 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps).
I/O-A Connector
Provides the physical interface to a single
digital photo-coupled input that is used
for connecting a variety of external alarm
devices to the AXIS 2420, including temperature sensors and switches. In combination with the configurable alarm
facilities, you can quickly develop a variety
of security applications that are triggered
on time- or alarm based- events. The connector can also be utilized as an alternative connection point for DC power to or
from the unit. For pinout information, see
Appendix F - The Unit Connectors.
Video Out Connector
Via a standard BNC connector, this output allows the
AXIS 2420 to be connected
directly to traditional CCTV
systems. It can also be used
for adjusting the camera
focus in locations where you
are unable to view images on
a computer screen.
Power Indicator
Normally lit when
power is applied. If
not lit, or if flashing,
there is a problem with
the camera or with the
external power supply.
DC-Iris Connector
Including full DC-Iris support, any
standard DC-Iris lens for outdoor
applications can be fitted.
The connector provides the power
and control signalling necessary for
a DC-Iris lens.
Note:
Network Indicator
After completion of the startup
and self-test routines, this
multi-colored indicator flashes
as follows:
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yellow - activity on a
10Mbps network
•
green - activity on a
100Mbps network
•
red - no connection with
the network
I/O-B Connector
Provides the physical interface for:
•
1 relay switch output - used
for the control of external
surveillance devices and services; e.g. lighting annunciators, audible alarms, etc.
•
RS-485/422 port for the connection of pan tilt devices,
etc.
The power supply for your AXIS 2420 is country-specific. Please refer to the Hardware Inventory
on page 11 and check that the type of power supply you are using is correct.
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
Checking The Hardware Inventory
Mounting the AXIS 2420
The AXIS 2420 is supplied without a mounting assembly. Screw holes for attaching the
camera to an assembly are provided on both the top and bottom surfaces of the unit, for
easy installation on a wall or from a ceiling.
The screw hole has an internal dimension of 1/4" UNC.
Screw holes on top and base.
The AXIS 2420 is also suitable for outdoor use, but it must be mounted in a weatherproof
enclosure and must be equipped with a DC-Iris lens. If these conditions are not met when
using the camera outdoors, the product warranty will be void.
Checking The Hardware Inventory
Check the items supplied with your AXIS 2420 against the list below and contact your
dealer if you find anything is missing or damaged.
Item
Title/Variants
Part Number
Item
Title/Variants
Part Number
Network Camera
AXIS 2420 (PAL)
0127-001-01
14233
0127-011-01
Power Supply
(PS-D)
Europe
AXIS 2420 (NTSC)
UK
14234
AXIS 2420 W/Lens (PAL)
0127-101-01
Australia
14255
AXIS 2420 W/Lens (NTSC)
0127-111-01
USA
14253
Null Modem Cable
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16954
Japan
14254
DC-Iris Connector
4-pin male
18043
Extension
Cable for PS
3.3 meter
15187
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Installing on a Network
• Macintosh users - Please refer to Notes for Macintosh Users, on page 53.
• Easy installation - Use The AXIS IP Installer. See Using the AXIS IP Installer, on page 52.
• Quick installation - Follow the instructions below to install the AXIS 2420 on an Ethernet network.
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Fit or replace a lens (if required). The lens is fitted by
turning it in a clockwise direction.
❷ Note the Serial number on the underside of the
unit. You need to know this to set the IP address.
Serial number same as
Ethernet address; e.g.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸Using an appropriate method for your operating system, assign your product with a unique IP
address from a computer on your network, as follows:
Windows only - Start a DOS window and type in the commands
UNIX only - Type these commands in the command
shown below:
window:
Syntax:
Syntax:
arp -s <Camera IP address> <Ethernet address> <my PC IP address>
ping -t <Camera IP address>
arp -s <IP address> <Ethernet address> temp
ping <IP address>
Example:
Example:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86 172.21.1.193
ping -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping 172.21.1.200
Note:
In some Unix systems, the arp command can be located in a directory that is not on the
command path.
You will now see ‘Request timed out...’ messages repeatedly returned in the window.
❹
Connect an Ethernet cable to your AXIS
2420 and attach it to the network.
Network Connector
RJ-45 Connector
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❺ Attach the external Power Supply to
the unit and connect it to your local
mains supply.
❻ Approximately
10-15 seconds after connecting the power
supply, the message ‘Reply from 172.21.1.200...’
- or similar, is returned in the DOS/command window. Ensure
that the Power Indicator is permanently lit and that the Network Indicator flashes intermittently.
Power Supply
Connector
❼ Exit ping. The installation is complete, and you are now ready to
access the AXIS 2420 from your browser, as described in the next
section.
Power Indicator
Network Indicator
Verifying and Completing the Installation From Your Browser
❶
Start your browser and enter the IP address of
your AXIS 2420 in the location/address field.
❷ Click the Installation Wizard. The wizard guides you through
the remaining installation procedures.
Important!
• Upon delivery, the AXIS 2420 is configured for open access (anonymous users). The unit is supplied
with one pre-configured Administrator username and password, set to root and pass, respectively.
The Administrator password must be changed immediately to prevent unauthorized access to the
Admin Tools and/or product images, as defined in the Security Settings.
• To enable the updating of images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, set your browser to allow ActiveX
controls and perform a once-only installation of Axis' ActiveX component onto your workstation. If
your working environment restricts or prohibits the downloading of additional software components,
you can alternatively, from the Image Settings, configure your AXIS 2420 to use a Java applet for
updating the images. Refer to the on-line Help for more information.
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Installing via a Modem
The information in this section describes how to connect the AXIS 2420 to a serial modem
for transmitting images over a dial-up connection.
Important!
• Although instructions for configuring the AXIS 2420 using a null modem cable are provided below, it is
recommended that (if possible) the unit is initially installed and configured over a network.
• The information and screen examples featured within this section are specific to Windows NT. Although
similar to the Dial-Up implementations in other versions of Windows, small deviations in the dialog
instructions for other operating systems should be expected. Refer to your system information for further
information on creating a Dial-Up modem connection if you are using any other operating system.
• Windows Dial-Up Networking and TCP/IP must be correctly installed prior to commencing with the
modem cable connection. Detailed information on how to check this is provided in Windows Help.
Connecting Your Computer Using the Null Modem Cable
❸ From the Start menu,
open the Control Panel
and double-click the
Modems icon.
❶
Connect the supplied Null modem cable
between the COM1 Serial Connector on the
AXIS 2420 and the COM port of your computer.
❷ Connect the power supply to the AXIS 2420
and check that the Power Indicator is lit.
❹
If a Standard Modem is already set up
and displayed in the Modem Properties
dialog you can proceed directly to step 8.
❺ Check the box: Don’t detect my modem,
I will select it from a list. Click Next>.
❻
Select the Standard 28800
modem from the displayed
list of modems. Click Next>.
❼
❽ A Standard 28800 modem connection is
now available for the AXIS 2420. Click Finish
to close the Install New Modem wizard.
❿
Click Close.
Select the serial port to
which your AXIS 2420 is
now connected via the Null
Modem cable. Click Next>.
❾
Click the Properties button to finally check that the displayed Communications Port is set correctly; that is, set to
the same port you connected the AXIS 2420 to. Click OK.
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Creating a Dial-Up Networking Connection
Follow the steps below to create a dedicated Dial-Up networking connection to your product:
❶ Double-click My Computer and then
double-click the Dial-Up Networking icon.
❷
Double-click the Make New
Connection icon.
❸
Provide the connection with
a name (AxisCamera is the
name used in these examples).
❹
From the drop-down list,
select the Standard Modem
previously created for the
AXIS 2420. Click Configure...
❺ To significantly improve
the performance of your
AXIS 2420 when using the
Null-Modem cable, set the
Maximum
Speed
to
115200.
❻
Click OK to return to the
Make New Connection dialog. Click Next>.
❼
The telephone numbers requested in this
dialog are not required for use in the logical
connection to your AXIS 2420. To bypass
the wizard error correction, simply enter
any dummy number into the Area code,
Telephone number and Country code fields.
Click Next>.
❽ You have now created a dedicated
Dial Up Networking connection for
your AXIS 2420. Click Finish.
The Dial-Up Network connection
is displayed. You are now ready
to refine the Dial-Up networking
properties, as described in the
next section.
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Refining the Dial-Up Networking Properties
Having created the Dial-Up connection for your AXIS 2420, follow the steps below to
refine the connection properties:
❺ Click TCP/IP settings and then check
the Server assigned IP address, and
Server assigned name server addresses
radio buttons.
❶ From the Dial-Up Networking dialog, right-click the
dedicated Dial-Up connection previously created for your
AXIS 2420 (AxisCamera in this example). Select Properties.
❷
Click the Server Types tab. From the
drop-down list, select PPP as the Type
of Dial-Up Server.
❸
In the Advanced options field, check
Enable software compression. All other
checkboxes should remain unchecked.
❻
Check the Use IP header compression
and Use default gateway on a remote
network checkboxes. Click OK.
❹
In the Allowed network protocols
field, check the TCP/IP checkbox.
NetBEUI and IPX/SPX checkboxes
should remain unchecked.
❼
Click the Scripting tab and ensure that the Start
terminal screen minimized checkbox is checked.
Click OK to exit Dial-Up Networking Properties.
Initiating the Dial-Up Connection
Important!
Please ensure that the Null Modem Cable is correctly installed and that the relative connection properties are correctly configured before initiating a Dial-Up connection. Step-by-step instructions on how to
do this are provided on the preceding pages of this section.
❶ Double-click My Computer
and then the Dial-Up Networking icon.
❷ Double-click the
Dial-Up connection
icon previously created for your AXIS
2420 (AxisCamera in
this and previous
examples).
❸
Enter a User name and
Password, using the default
root and pass respectively.
❹
Click Connect to initiate
the Dial-Up connection.
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Verifying the Modem Connection and Completing the Installation
Having initiated your Dial-Up connection, as described above, you can quickly test the
connection by accessing the AXIS 2420 from a standard browser, such as Netscape or
Internet Explorer, as follows:
abc.xyz
❶
Since the AXIS 2420 emulates a DNS server, you
can type in any URL containing a period in the
address field of your browser to display the AXIS
2420 Home Page, as shown here.
❷
Click the Installation Wizard to configure the
AXIS 2420 for use with your chosen modem.
Focusing Your Camera
If you have installed your camera in a location where you are unable to see the video
images directly in a browser, follow the instructions below to achieve a good basic level of
focus for your AXIS 2420:
❶ Power on the AXIS 2420 and then wait at least 10 seconds.
❷
Turn the focus ring to its extreme Far-focus (F, •) position.
❸ To enable the Focus Assistant: using a suitably pointed
object, press and hold the
Control Button until the Status Indicator flashes Yellow.
Status Indicator
Far-focus (F, ∞) position - until the Status Indicator displays Green; that is, until a Good level of
focus (>80%) is achieved.
❻ Return to your browser application and review the picture quality.
Repeat step 5 only if you consider
the focal distance as too distant until you are satisfied with both the
focal distance and focus quality.
❹
Turn the focus ring to
its extreme Near-focus
(N) position.
❺ Finally, turn the focus ring slowly towards the
Control Button
❼
To exit the Focus Assistant: press and hold the Control button until
the Status Indicator flashes Yellow. The Status Indicator displays
Green when the Focus Assistant is closed.
For more information about lenses and focusing, please see Lenses and Advanced Focusing,
on page 54.
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Configuring Your Camera
Before you begin:
Successful installation of the product is prerequisite to configuring the unit. You should therefore read
the following information before commencing with this section:
•
Installing on a Network, on page 12, or Installing via a Modem, on page 14, and then
• Choosing Your Application, on page 31.
Important!
Javascript must be enabled in your browser for the AXIS 2420 Web-based interface to work.
After installing the product, your AXIS 2420 is now attached directly to a local area
network, or connected to a local PC using the supplied Null Modem Cable. You are now
ready to proceed with the configuration of the unit.
This section describes how to use the product Wizards for configuring and integrating the
AXIS 2420 into your application environment, and provides a general overview of the
Web-based Administration Tools.
Note:
On-line help
is stored internally in the AXIS 2420 and is available from most pages in the
Web interface. Containing comprehensive details on all product parameters, the on-line help is
your first point of reference when configuring and managing the unit, and particularly useful for
resolving any administration queries.
Configuration Using the Wizards
For speedy development of your application, the AXIS 2420 provides two easy-to-use
Wizards; the Installation Wizard and the Application Wizard, both of which are
recommended for novice and advanced users alike.
Important!
• When accessing the Administrator Tools for the first time, you will be assumed to be the administrator and
will be logged in as such, with the user name root and default password pass.
• You must change the root password as soon as possible. Until this has been done, the security features in
the product be will not be enabled. Furthermore, all Axis products are shipped with the same password by
default. For further information, refer to System Security, on page 23.
• Prior to accessing the Installation Wizard or Administration Tools over a network, you must first set the IP
address, using ARP as described on page 12, or with any alternative method as described in Appendix B Other IP Setup Methods.
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The Installation Wizard
The Installation Wizard provides a quick and easy way of defining the basic settings for
your installation - as explained in the Administration Tools Overview, on page 21.
Using the Installation Wizard
1. Start the Installation Wizard from the product’s Home Page or from the
administration tools page.
2. Click Start>. Follow the instructions to complete the configuration.
3. Click the Finish button to save the settings to the camera.
The Application Wizard
The Application Wizard is started from the main Administration Tools page. It provides a
quick and easy way of making your application settings - as defined in the Administration
Tools Overview, on page 21.
Using the Application Wizard
1. Start the Wizard from the Administration Tool Page.
2. Click Start>. Follow the instructions and reply to the questions asked by the wizard.
3. Click the Finish button to save the settings to the camera.
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The Administration Tools
Whether you are viewing images directly over the network, or transmitting images over a
modem, you can use the Web-based Administration Tools for configuring and managing
your AXIS 2420 at any time. After initially setting up the AXIS 2420 with the Installation
Wizard, these tools are ideal for more advanced users.
Accessing the Tools
Follow the instructions below to access the Administration Tools using a browser:
1. Start the browser and enter the name or IP address of the AXIS 2420 (or any DNS
name if you are accessing the unit via the Null Modem Cable) in the location/address
field.
Example!
http://172.21.1.200/
2. The AXIS 2420 Home page is now displayed. Click Administration Tools.
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3. The Administration Tools are now presented as links on the Administration Page. Simply
click the relevant link for the parameters you want to configure.
Administration Tools Overview
The table below provides a one-stop overview of the Administration Tools:
Settings
Image
Tool Description
Focus the camera using the Focus Assistant, adjust the Auto Iris settings, and define image attributes for your
AXIS 2420.
Network
Configure the TCP/IP and SMTP settings, make the settings for Dynamic IP Address Notification and enable DHCP
(see below) and BOOTP.
System
Set the product Date and Time, create and delete users and passwords, and modify the Administrator’s password.
By default, the AXIS 2420 supports anonymous user access, which means that anybody on the Internet/intranet
has access to the video images from a browser. To restrict open access, simply register a single authorized user.
External
Devices
Configure the COM-ports on the AXIS 2420 to use modems, the AXIS 2191 Audio Module, (supplied separately) or
other external devices. For information on how to configure and use the audio module, please see The AXIS 2191
Audio Module, on page 38. Select the operational modes for the RS-232 and RS-485/422 ports, and configure
other external devices, such as PTZ devices. Make general communication settings for your modem and specific
settings for the Dial-up Modem Connection to your ISP/Web server.
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Applications
Operation
Tool Description
Choose to run your AXIS 2420 in Sequential or Alarm Mode, and specify how and where images will be uploaded.
Note that you must enable your application by following the Enable link. If there is already an older application
present, then this must first be disabled before you enable your new application.
Motion
Detection
Create and enable in-picture motion detection windows. These are used to trigger alarms whenever significant
movement occurs in the detection window. Create up to three drag-and-drop windows and restrict alarms to
movement in specific areas. Each motion detection window has a set of profile sliders for making individual
settings.
Layout
Determine the Layout for the Web page in which your images will appear. Customize the page to your own design
and include your own logos, links and title texts, and enable or disable specific function buttons.
Wizards
Description
Installation
The Installation Wizard helps you quickly get the product up and running. Recommended for use by both novices
and experienced users alike.
Application
This Wizard will guide you through the process of setting up your application.
Support
Description
General
Displays various useful information about how and where to get help.
Release Notes
View the product Release Notes, the Parameter List, and/or initiate a Restart of the unit.
Parameters
Displays the complete list of settings currently valid in the unit.
Log File
Displays the log file showing all of the commands executed since the last restart.
Restart/ Reset
Provides commands for restarting the unit and for resetting to the factory default settings.
About
Displays information about the development of this product.
Help
Starts the product’s on-line help.
Live View
Opens the product’s home page.
DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a protocol that lets network administrators
centrally manage and automate the assignment of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in an
organization's network.
Important!
DHCP should only be enabled if you know which IP address the AXIS 2420 will get from the DHCP server,
or if your version of DHCP can update a DNS server, which then allows you to access the AXIS 2420 by
name. If DHCP is enabled and you cannot access the unit, you may have to reset it to the factory default
settings (see page 30) and then perform the installation again (see page 12).
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System Security
To prevent unauthorized use of the camera, the AXIS 2420 supports multi-user password
protection, and access can be restricted to defined users only. A system Administrator has
unrestricted access to the product´s Administration Tools and can determine the
registration and access rights for all users.
Notes:
•When accessing the Administrator Tools for the first time you will be assumed to be the administrator and will be logged in as such, with the user name root and default password pass.
•The root password must however, be changed as soon as possible. Until this has been done, the
security features in the product be will not be enabled. Furthermore, all Axis products are
shipped with the same password by default.
User Access Rights
As an Administrator, click System and then Users to perform any of the following tasks:
• define or edit the administrator (root) password
• define, add and delete user names and passwords
• assign individual access rights to a selected user, where each user is awarded with one or more
of the following levels of access:
• Admin: a user granted with Admin rights has unrestricted access to the Administration Tools and can consequently determine the registration of all users.
• Dial-in: provides the user with dial-in modem access only.
• View: provides the lowest level of access, which only allows the user to view images.
Important!
By default, the AXIS 2420 supports anonymous user access, which means that anybody on the Internet/intranet has access to the images (but not the Admin tools) from a browser.
To restrict open viewing access, simply register a single authorized user. This effectively revokes the
anonymous user service and restricts access to specified users. If the anonymous user service is satisfactory for your application, simply do not add any users. The Administrator’s own settings are enough to
provide anonymous viewing access.
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Motion Detection
The AXIS 2420 includes in-picture motion detection, for creating specific surveillance
zones in the image area. You can create, name, and use up to 3 motion detection windows.
You can also move, resize, or delete them at any time.
Use motion detection to generate an alarm whenever movement occurs in the specified
area. Simply click and drag with your mouse in the image area to create and automatically
enable a motion detection window. Movement outside the window area is ignored.
Motion Detection
Window
Slider Controls
Motion Indicator
Alarm Limit
Creating a Motion Detection Window
Follow the instructions below to create a motion detection window in your surveillance
area:
1. Click the New button to create a new motion detection window or simply click in the
image.
2. Drag the bottom right corner of the highlighted rectangle to cover the area you wish to
monitor. Release the button. To move the window, click and drag the title bar to the
desired location.
3. Enter a unique name for your window in the Name field.
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4. Set the Size, History and Sensitivity profile sliders accordingly for the surveillance
area. The sliders are described briefly below. A fuller description is provided in the
on-line help.
•Size - The relative size of the moving object in the motion detection window.
•History - Specifies for how long a moving object will trigger the motion detection
before being regarded as non-moving.
•Sensitivity - The higher the level, the less contrast is needed to trigger the motion
detection.
5. If you are using Netscape Naviagator, click Save to save your motion detection
windows. In Internet Explorer the windows are saved automatically.
6. Having created a new motion detection window, you are now ready to test it. Create
some physical disturbance within the motion window area and check the motion
indicator box. If the window does not react as you want it to, adjust the sensitivity
slider. The horizontal line will move to reflect the new setting. When the motion
indicator shows activity in the image, it is the activity above the horizontal line which
will trigger any alarms you may have set.
Note:
Motion detection windows support simple drag-and-drop functionality, which allows you extend
or reduce the window area at any time. To delete a window, select the window and press Delete.
COM-Ports, Modems and Pan-Tilt-Zoom Devices
The supported COM-ports are one RS-232 and one RS-485/422 port. The RS-232 port is
connected via the 9-pin D-sub connector on the rear of the unit and the RS-485/422
interface is via the I/O-B terminal block connector.
The RS-485/422 port supports the connection of an external device, usually a Pan Tilt unit.
The RS-232 port can be used for the same purpose, but also for connecting a modem or the
AXIS 2191 Audio Module. For details on how to connect and configure the AXIS 2191,
please see The AXIS 2191 Audio Module, on page 38.
Note:
Only one port at a time can be used for controlling a Pan Tilt device.
Setting the RS-232 Port for use with a Modem
From the External Devices link on the Administration page, select the RS-232 port and
click the radio button for Modem. Some basic modem settings can now be made directly
from this page. Click Save. To further configure the modem, click Modem (also from the
main Administration page) and then General or ISP.
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Modem
The Modem page allows you to set your specific modem type and configure it, using the
following parameters:
• Disable incoming calls - use this only if you will not need to dial-in to the AXIS 2420.
• Modem Type - set the brand of modem and provide a specific Initstring, if required.
• Communication Settings - advanced settings for your modem. Please see the documentation
for your modem.
• Callback - use this to get your modem to return your call. The number of ring signals to wait
before callback and the number of seconds to wait before disconnecting can both be set.
ISP
This page provides the fields for entering the information specific to your own ISP. If your
own ISP is not listed, use the Generic setting. The settings available are; the number you
dial to your ISP, your user name and password, the connection type and the re-dialing
properties. You can save on phone bills by setting the connection type to Closes After or
Optimized. See the on-line help for more information.
Using Pan-Tilt-Zoom Devices
There is a wide range of Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) devices available on the market today. Some
of these can be used with your AXIS 2420 to provide a simple means of remotely aiming
and controlling your camera. A PTZ device connects directly to the AXIS 2420 via the
RS-232 port or RS-485/422 port on the back panel of the camera. Both ports support the
use of these devices, but only one port at a time can be used for the purpose.
Apart from the COM settings shown by default for the COM ports, selecting External
Device for the port will also reveal a section called Pan Tilt Settings. The drop-down list
allows you to select the driver for your PTZ device. The devices in the list are the ones
currently supported by the AXIS 2420. For the latest information concerning supported
PTZ drivers, please see the Axis Web at www.axis.com.
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Connecting PTZ Devices
The diagram below illustrates how the AXIS 2420 connects to your workstation and PTZ
device.
AXIS 2420
PTZ
Driver
Network
Connection
PC
Browser
Administration Tools
RS-485
RS-232
Device contolled via
RS-232 or RS-485/422
External
PTZ
Device
Installation Procedure
Follow the instructions below to install a PTZ device:
1. Attach the PTZ device to the RS-232 or RS-485/422 port of the AXIS 2420 using the
appropriate cable.
2. On the AXIS 2420 Home Page, click Administration Tools.
3. Click on External devices and then select the port you wish to use for your device.
Click Save.
4. Now click on the PTZ link. Select the driver that corresponds to your PTZ device from
the drop-down menu.
5. You can now change the default settings and preset positions (see page 29) by clicking
the buttons provided and by selecting values from the drop-down lists. After making
your settings, click Save. If your Pan Tilt device also supports the Zoom function,
refer to the devices’s documentation for details on how to connect a zoom lens.
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When using a Pan-Tilt device, the camera’s home page will show Pan and Tilt bars, as well
as a drop-down list for preset positions, if this is supported. Note that the presence and
appearance of some functions (e.g. the zoom function) will depend on the Pan-Tilt device
being used.
Tilt Bar
Pan Bar
Preset
positions
Home
Button
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Preset Positions
To enable quick and accurate camera positioning to known camera hotspots, the
Administrator can set and save any camera orientation as a named entity - a Preset
Position, which can be used at any time. The orientation for the camera is controlled by
Pan and Tilt control bars.
Follow the instructions below to define a preset position:
1. From the COM-Port page, click the Preset Position button. An image from the camera
(at its current position) is displayed in a new window.
2. By clicking in the image or by using the Pan Tilt and Zoom (if supported) control bars,
move the camera to the desired position.
3. Enter a descriptive name in the Current Position field.
4. Click Save to register the new preset position with the AXIS 2420 and then check that
the entered name is included in the Preset Positions drop-down list. You can
alternatively choose to save the position as a new Home position, by clicking the Save
as Home button.
5. Click Delete if you want to remove the selected preset position.
Established preset positions are selected from the Preset Positions drop-down list on the
application viewing page.
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The Factory Default Settings
In certain circumstances, it may be necessary to reinstate the Factory Default settings for
your AXIS 2420. This is performed by clicking the appropriate button in the
Administration Tools, or by pressing the Control Button (see the illustration on page 9).
Follow the instructions below to reinstate the product factory default settings using the
Control Button:
1. Switch off the AXIS 2420 by disconnecting the power cable.
2. Press and hold the Control Button pressed, and reconnect the power supply cable.
3. Continue to keep the Control Button pressed until the Status Indicator displays yellow
(note that this may take up to 15 seconds), then release the Control Button. When the
Status Indicator displays green (which can take up to 1 minute) the AXIS 2420 will
then have been reset to the original factory default settings.
Note:
Reinstating the factory default settings causes all parameters (including the IP address) to be
reset.
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Choosing Your Application
The AXIS 2420 can be used in a wide variety of applications and installs directly onto an
Ethernet network, or over a V.90-compatible modem. Requiring no additional software on
your viewing desktop, it is a completely self contained unit that delivers crisp live images
to your browser. Using the Web-based Administration Tools and easy-to-use Wizards, you
can quickly and easily develop your application.
This section contains a few examples of typical applications, and also includes other
reference information to help you configure your product.
Networking Applications
If you have access to an Ethernet connection at your installation location, simply plug the
AXIS 2420 into your LAN/WAN and set the IP address. You are then ready to view images
from any desktop over your network.
However, the AXIS 2420 offers more than just convenient access to live images over the
network. Using the available Wizards to guide you through the process, you can quickly
and easily configure your product for a variety of exciting applications, including:
• Using Motion Detection to generate alarms and trigger uploads of recorded images.
• Connecting an external alarm device, e.g. a door switch, to the AXIS 2420 and uploading pre
and/or post alarm images to a target FTP server when an alarm or time-based event occurs;
and optionally, sending e-mail alerts containing images, and/or a link to the camera.
• Uploading images to a remote FTP server on a LAN/WAN network to accommodate a large
viewing audience, where a high volume of Web page hits is anticipated.
Note:
You can access live images from a desktop browser on your network as soon as the AXIS 2420 is
physically installed on your network. Both advanced and novice users should then use the Wizards to configure the chosen application. After the basic configuration has been established with
the Wizards, advanced users can then use the Web-based Administration Tools for refining the
application.
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Picture frequency for Networking Applications
When used in a TCP/IP networking environment, the AXIS 2420 delivers up to 30/25
(NTSC/PAL) images/second. The perceived frame rate in your browser is typically limited
by:
•
•
•
•
•
•
the number of clients accessing the images
your computer and browser
the chosen image resolution and compression
the lighting conditions at the point of installation
available network bandwidth
the complexity of detail and color variation within the image
Note:
The AXIS 2420 is available in NTSC and PAL variants to accommodate the different power supply
frequencies in the USA and Europe.
Image Compression Ratios
Although the file size of a JPEG-compressed image depends upon the actual content of the
image, images containing great detail generally generate larger files. Image quality is
largely controlled through the level of compression; where high compression yields small
files, and low compression maintains higher image quality at the expense of larger files.
The table below is derived from real-life tests, and defines the average file sizes for each
supported image resolution:
NTSC
PAL
Resolution
File size (kb)
Max fps*
Resolution
File size (kb)
Max fps*
4CIF (704 x 480)
7 - 150
10
4CIF (704 x 576)
8.5 - 180
8
CIF (352 x 240)
1.4 - 40
30
CIF (352 x 288)
1.7 - 50
25
* Maximum performance for a single viewing client.
Note:
Using a modern computer will avoid introducing any unnecessary constraints on the image frequency.
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Modem Applications
If a local network connection is not available at your chosen point of installation, you can
alternatively connect your AXIS 2420 to a V.90-compatible modem and quickly configure
any number of exciting applications using the Wizards; including:
• Using Motion Detection to generate alarms and trigger uploads of recorded images.
• Uploading single or pre/post alarm image sequences to your ISP over a modem connection,
when an alarm or time-based event occurs; and optionally, sending e-mail alerts containing
images or links to pre/post alarm images stored by your ISP.
• Sequentially uploading images to an ISP (Internet Service Provider) over a modem
connection and publishing images to the whole Internet community.
Important!
• Although the AXIS 2420 is compatible with most V.90-compliant modems, Axis takes no responsibility for V.90 modems that fail to work with the product.
• When the AXIS 2420 is dialing out it will obviously not be possible to dial-in to it. If you configure an
interval during which the camera will not be dialing out, this will allow you to dial-in and make any
necessary changes, etc. If you also have an Ethernet network connection, then this will always be
available, even if the camera is dialing out via the modem connection.
Configuration
All modem applications must initially be configured from a browser on a local computer. If
available, you should always use an Ethernet network for this purpose, even if the actual
application will be using a modem. When there is no network available, you can use the
supplied Null Modem Cable to create a direct connection to the AXIS 2420 from the
computer. This direct connection is only intended as an alternative for the initial
configuration of the modem application in the absence of a network. The Null Modem
Cable should not be used for any other purpose.
Note:
Once the modem connection has been created and the AXIS 2420 is physically connected to the
modem, you can then connect to your camera in exactly the same way as you would to your ISP with no further configuration whatsoever. You use the Installation and Application Wizards to
establish the basic parameters for your application, and advanced users can optionally use the
Administration Tools to refine their application once the basic configuration is complete.
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Picture Frequency for Modem Applications
The speed of your modem link is a dominant factor in determining the frequency at which
images are displayed in your browser, and an average-sized image is normally transmitted
in 2-4 seconds. For alarm applications, where picture updating is critical, images are
buffered into internal memory prior to being uploaded to your ISP or Web server. This
means that a slow connection will not prevent your images being correctly saved and
transmitted.
Proprietary ISP Dial-up Protocols
If you need to install any special software before initiating a dial-up connection, it is likely
that your ISP is using proprietary protocols incompatible with the standard-based AXIS
2420. In these circumstances, we recommend that you ask your ISP for an alternative
dial-up service that allows for standard dial-up networking. Axis does not guarantee the
compatibility of this product with any ISPs requiring the use of proprietary or
non-standard software as a pre-requisite for dial-up connections.
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Sequentially Uploading Images to an FTP Server/ISP
Ideal for busy Web sites on large or small networks, this application uploads images to an
FTP server/ISP, via the network or a modem, and is perfect for applications where a large
audience is expected. Your images can then be accessible to several specific users, or to the
whole Internet community! You can select any of the ISPs in the Application Wizard, or
specify your own.
AXIS 2420
LAN/WAN/Modem
Browser
Intranet or Internet
Browser
FTP Server/ISP
Simply install the AXIS 2420 directly on your local Ethernet network or via a modem, and
then complete the Installation and Application Wizards to develop an active application
that will upload images to a designated FTP server - as a sequential stream that is
unlimited, or restricted to specified time periods. You organize the times and the frequency
at which your images are taken and uploaded to the target server.
Installation and Configuration Overview
Configure the AXIS 2420 to actively upload images to an FTP server/ISP, as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the AXIS 2420 to your local network, or, if no network is available, use the null modem cable to create a direct
connection to a local computer. Refer to Installing on a Network, on page 12, or Installing via a Modem, on page 14.
Open the Home Page in your browser and start the Installation Wizard. Complete the Wizard to establish the basic settings selecting the connection method in the Modem or Network dialog. Refer to Configuring Your Camera, on page 18.
Continue the configuration using the Application Wizard, defining the target FTP server/ISP and setting Sequential as the
mode of operation. You will also be able to make settings for the upload destination, times for recording images, etc.
If you used the null modem cable to configure a modem application, disconnect it and connect the camera to your modem.
Having completed the Wizard, you should now verify the configuration by accessing the images stored on the FTP sever/ISP
from your browser. You can refine your application at any time, using the Web-based Administration Tools.
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Uploading Pre and/or Post Alarm Images to an FTP server/ISP
The AXIS 2420 is the ideal solution for a wide variety of surveillance and process control
applications. By connecting your external alarm devices to the I/O connector (see
Appendix F - The Unit Connectors), you can quickly configure the product to upload single
images, or send pre/post alarm image sequences to an FTP server or ISP when an event
occurs. The images can be transmitted over an Ethernet network or via a modem
connection.
Using the Wizards, you can organize the times and frequency at which images are taken
and uploaded to the target FTP server/ISP. There are also options for sending e-mail alerts
containing images and/or a link to the camera.
Installation and Configuration Overview
Configure the AXIS 2420 to upload Pre and/or Post Alarm images, as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the AXIS 2420 to your local network, or, if no network is available, use the null modem cable to create a direct
connection to a local computer. Refer to Installing on a Network, on page 12, or Installing via a Modem, on page 14.
Open the Home Page in your browser and start the Installation Wizard. Complete the Wizard to establish the basic settings selecting the connection method in the Modem or Network dialog. Refer to Configuring Your Camera, on page 18.
Continue the configuration using the Application Wizard, defining the target FTP server/ISP and setting Alarm as the mode of
operation. You will also be able to make settings for the upload destination, alarm conditions, etc.
If you used the null modem cable to configure a modem application, disconnect it and connect the camera to your modem.
Having completed the Wizard, you should now verify the configuration by triggering an alarm and then, in your browser,
viewing the images sent to the FTP sever/ISP. You can refine your application at any time, using the Web-based
Administration Tools
Notes:
•Modem connections - except for when the AXIS 2420 is dialing-out, you can change the product´s configuration at any time using the modem connection, or a local computer connected via
the supplied null modem cable.
•If you also have an Ethernet network connection to the camera, then this can always be used to
access the camera - even if it is dialing out via the modem connection.
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Viewing live Images in a Browser
This application represents the most basic application using a network camera. It is ideally
suited for occasionally-visited sites on both large corporate networks, and SOHO
(Small-Office Home-Office) applications, where a small network is installed and
maintained. If you anticipate a large audience for your images, you should consider
configuring your product to upload images to an FTP server/ISP, as described in
Sequentially Uploading Images to an FTP Server/ISP, on page 35.
AXIS 2420
Browser
LAN/WAN
Intranet or Internet
Browser
Simply install the AXIS 2420 directly onto your local Ethernet network and then run the
Installation Wizard to immediately view live video images in your browser. The Wizard
helps you define the image format, network and security settings.
Installation and Configuration Overview
Configure your AXIS 2420 for viewing images over a network as follows:
1. Connect the AXIS 2420 to your local network. Refer to Installing on a Network, on page 12.
2. Open the Home Page in your browser and start the Installation Wizard. Complete the Wizard to establish the basic settings
for your camera - selecting Network as your chosen method of connection in the Modem or Network dialog. Refer to
Configuring Your Camera, on page 18.
3. Your application is now complete. Having completed the Wizard, you should now check the installation by checking that you
have full access to both the images and the Web pages in your browser.
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The AXIS 2191 Audio Module
The AXIS 2191 Audio Module is an add-on device that provides audio capability to Axis network
cameras. The module connects quickly and easily to the serial port of the camera and is configured
and controlled via the camera’s user interface. The AXIS 2191 is supplied separately.
❶
❷
❹
❸
An Axis network camera (❸ or ❹) with an AXIS 2191Audio Module connected provides live audio and video to browser clients (❶
and ❷) on the network.
Features and Functions
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Easy to install and use
Runs on Ethernet LANs and/or the Internet
Built-in omni-directional microphone
Compatible with most microphones and speakers (not included)
External microphone via 3.5mm socket or Line-In via the terminal block
Simple configuration and management via the network camera’s administration pages
Can be used in Full-Duplex, Half-Duplex or Simplex mode (see page 42)
Push-to-talk button in client user interface in Half-Duplex or Simplex - Talk mode
Fully adjustable input and output levels
Mute function
Legal Considerations
Video and audio surveillance may be prohibited by laws that vary from country to country. Please
check the laws in your local region before using Axis network cameras or the AXIS 2191 Audio
Module for surveillance purposes.
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The Front Panel
Serial Port Connector - Connect
the serial cable from here to the serial
port on the camera.
Power Connector
Power Indicator - Normally lit.
Activity Indicator - Lights up when the
camera has configured the audio module.
The Rear Panel
In
3.5mm socket
for connection
of external
microphone.
Volume In
Level control for
input. Use a
screwdriver to
adjust.
Mic
Built-in
omni-directional microphone.
Volume Out
Level control for
speaker volume.
Use a screwdriver to adjust.
Line Out
3.5mm socket
for speakers
with built-in
amplifier, e.g.
PC speakers.
Int-Ext
Set to Int for
internal microphone or Ext
for external
microphone or
Line-In.
Level In/Level Out
Terminal Block Connector
The colors used to indicate the input and output levels are:
Used for:
• Green - Level OK
• Yellow - Risk for overload
• Red - Overload
• Line-In (e.g. CD, radio)
• Speaker-out (headphones or speakers
without amplifier)
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Installing the Audio Module
❶ Before installing the AXIS 2191 Audio Module, first install your network camera. Refer to the
installation section of this manual. If you intend running the audio module in full-duplex mode,
check that the sound card on your computer supports this.
❷ If using an external microphone, connect it to
the socket provided. To use an alternative input
device, (e.g. CD-player or radio) connect it to
Line-In on the terminal block.
❸ Set the selector switch to
Ext to use an external
microphone or device.
Otherwise, set to Int to use
the internal microphone.
❹ Connect a loudspeaker to the 3.5mm socket (amplified speakers
❺
Using the supplied cable, connect the
audio module’s serial port to the network camera’s serial port.
only), or to Out on the terminal block (speakers with no amplification). Other devices (including headphones) are connected to the
terminal block.
❻ Connect power to
the audio module.
❼ Check that the power indicators on both the audio module and the
camera are lit. Note that the power LED will blink during power-up.
❽
Using a screwdriver,
adjust the Volume In
control so that the
Level In LED occasionally shows yellow, but
not red.
❾
To verify the connection to the AXIS 2191,
start Internet Explorer and enter the IP
address of the network camera in the location/address field, e.g. 171.1.2.200, as shown
here. Configure the audio module from the
camera’s administration pages, as described
in the following section.
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Configuring the Audio Module
The network camera’s administration pages provide all the tools required for successfully
configuring the AXIS 2191. From the camera’s home page, click on the link to Administration
Tools. A new page containing the tools will open. To complete the configuration of your audio
module, follow these instructions:
1.From the Admin tools, click External Devices. Select the
AXIS 2191 Audio Module as the device to use. Click Save.
Note: If you do not see External Devices, then your camera
does not have the correct firmware installed and it must be
upgraded. Please see Updating the Firmware, on page 63.
Admin
tools
2.Under External Devices, click Audio. This opens the
configuration page for the audio module (see illustration
below).
3.Select the audio mode. This can be:
• Full-Duplex (Talk and Listen Simultaneously)
• Half-Duplex (Talk and Listen)
• Simplex - Talk
• Simplex - Listen
This selection will depend on your application. See page 42 for more information.
4.
Enter the number of clients that will be able to
access the application at any one time. Use this
setting to limit access if you only have limited
bandwidth available.
5.
If you are using Half-Duplex mode, the Send
option can be used to send audio from the
client currently transmitting to all the other
clients, and not just to the server end. Set to
Yes to enable the function.
6.
When using Half-Duplex, the Push-To-Talk
button will be visible. Select the mode to use
for this button. Selecting Toggle means that
when the button is pushed it will remain so
until pushed again. Instant means that the
button will remain active (pushed) until
released.
7.
Adjust the Volume Out control until a
satisfactory speaker level is heard. The Level
Out LED can be used to check that there is
audio being received. Note that both the
control and the LED are on the audio module
itself.
The configuration page for the AXIS 2191.
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Using the Audio Module with Your Camera
Your audio module is now configured and ready for use with your network camera. Enter your
camera’s IP-address in Internet Explorer, or click Home on the camera’s admin page. You should
then see the control panel for the AXIS 2191 below the camera image. If no audio controls are
visible, check that you have made the correct setting under External Devices.
NB. Exactly which controls will be
visible below the image depends
on the audio mode you are using.
For example, the Push-to-Talk
button will not be visible in
Full-Duplex mode. Similarly, when
using Simplex - Listen mode, only
the Speaker controls will be
shown. The audio mode is set in
the camera’s admin tools.
Push-To-Talk
Used in Half-Duplex or
Simplex - Talk mode.
The button’s own
mode is set in the
camera’s admin pages.
Available Bandwidth
Select the bandwidth available
for your connection.
Show/Hide Settings
Shows or hides the
slider controls and
level indicators.
Level Adjust IN/OUT
Mute Checkboxes
Drag sliders to adjust level.
Check to mute speaker or microphone.
Using the Different Audio Modes
Full-Duplex
Full-Duplex mode means that you can transmit and receive audio (talk and listen) at the
same time, without having to use any of the controls. This is just like having a telephone
conversation. The only controls you may wish to use are the mute checkboxes to turn off
the sound, and the level sliders, to adjust the input/output levels. This mode requires a
full-duplex sound card on your computer. If your available bandwidth is 0.2Mbit/s or less,
it is recommended that you use Half-Duplex mode instead.
Half-Duplex
Half-Duplex mode also sends and receives audio in both directions, but only in one
direction at a time. This means you must actively transmit with the help of the
Push-to-Talk button. To speak, press the button (check that the microphone is not muted).
When finished speaking, release the button. You will now be receiving audio from the
other end of the connection. Note that the Push-to-Talk button can be configured for use
in two different ways - Toggle or Instant. This is set in the camera’s admin tools.
Half-Duplex mode is best if you only have limited bandwidth available.
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Simplex - Talk
Simplex - Talk mode means that only the web-client end of the connection can transmit
audio (that is, to the AXIS 2191). This could be used, for example, to provide spoken
instructions to a person seen in the network camera. This mode also requires you to use the
Push-to-Talk button.
Simplex - Listen
Simplex - Listen mode can only receive audio from the AXIS 2191 to the web-client. This
can be used in remote monitoring, web attractions etc., to provide live audio, as well as
video, of a monitored situation.
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Troubleshooting the Audio Module
Symptoms
No audio controls below
camera image.
Possible causes
The AXIS 2191 is not selected
as the external device.
Wrong camera firmware.
No sound from the AXIS
2191 or from a PC trying to
access a web page
containing audio content.
Incorrect settings or faulty
connections.
No audio signal from PC to
the AXIS 2191 when passing
a proxy server.
No full-duplex function.
Poor performance.
Whining or screeching sound
from speakers (feedback).
Poor sound on headphones.
The Power indicator LED is
not constantly lit.
The AXIS 2191 works locally,
but not externally.
Note:
Remedial actions
In the camera’s administration tools, click on External Devices and
select the AXIS 2191 Audio Module.
Check the firmware in the camera by checking if External Devices
appears in the camera’s Administration Tools. If not, the camera does
not have the correct firmware and it must be upgraded.
Check that:
•
soundcard, speakers and microphone are connected
•
the Mute button is not pressed
•
the Int/Ext switch for the input is in the correct position
•
the input and output levels are correct
• all cabling is connected and all power switches are ON
The Post Content Length set Set the value of the Post Content Length in your proxy server to 1MB
in the proxy server is too low. or more. You may need to contact your system administrator to do
this.
Incorrect configuration.
Check the setting in the camera’s administration tools.
Sound card does not support For information on how to check if your sound card supports
full-duplex.
full-duplex, please visit www.axis.com and see the support section for
Axis camera products.
Too many users/clients
Try limiting the number of clients allowed to connect.
connected.
Low bandwidth.
Reduce the available bandwidth by changing to a lower setting in the
Available Bandwidth selector. Setting a lower bandwidth will reduce
any break-up in the sound, but will also increase the transmission
delay.
If running in Full-Duplex mode, try switching to Half-Duplex mode.
Poor positioning of speakers Relocate the speakers or microphone so that they do not point
and/or microphone.
towards each other, and/or lower the volume.
Incorrect connection.
Headphones can only be used by connecting them to Speaker-Out on
the terminal connector.
Faulty power supply.
Verify that you are using an AXIS PS-D power supply.
Firewall protection.
Default routers required.
Check the Internet firewall with your system administrator.
Check if you need to configure the default router settings.
If you still have a problem after reading this information, please contact your reseller, or
visit www.axis.com and check the support section for Axis camera products.
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Technical Specifications for the AXIS 2191
• Operating temperature: 40-105oF
(5-40oC).
• Humidity - 8-80% relative humidity.
• EMC : EN55024, EN55022, Class B and
EN61000-3-3.
• EMC - FCC Class A of FCC Rules and Regulations part 15, subpart B.
• EMC • Full-duplex audio: Audio data encoded in
ADPCM format at 32kbps, 8 kHz sampling
(G.721). Data is sent using HTTP.
• 9-pin D-SUB serial connector: RS-232.
• Power Input: Axis PS-D power supply.
• Microphone Input: 1-50mVpp. PC type.
Connection Diagram
• Line Out: Unbalanced, 0.05-1.0Vpp
• Line Input: Balanced 0.05-1Vpp. Connect
source ground to pin 2 and source signal to
pin 1 if the source is unbalanced.
• Speaker Output: Balanced, 0.5W. Impedance 8-32 Ohms. Connect directly to
speaker without capacitors.
• Alternative Power: 12-15VAC, min 10VA,
or 15-20VDC, min 7W.
• Metrics: Height: 1.1” (27mm),
Width: 4.4” (112mm), Length: 4.3” (110mm),
Weight: 0.7lb (0.32kg).
• Maximum number of users: 10 (on local
area network).
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The Audio Module to Camera Serial Cable
The serial cable supplied with your AXIS 2191 is wired as shown in the table below:
Pinouts for the RS-232 Port
Audio
Pin
Pin
Camera
Signal
IN
1
1
IN
CD
IN
2
2
IN
RXD
OUT
3
3
OUT
TXD
OUT
4
4
OUT
DTR
GND
5
5
GND
GND
IN
6
6
IN
DSR
OUT
7
7
OUT
RTS
IN
8
8
IN
CTS
Unused
9
9
IN
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Appendix A - Troubleshooting
This appendix provides useful information to help you to resolve any difficulty you might
have with your AXIS 2420. Symptoms, possible causes and remedial actions are provided
in a quick reference table.
PINGing Your IP Address
By sending a packet to the specified address and waiting for a reply, the PING utility can
determine whether a specific IP address is accessible. It also provides a particularly useful
method for confirming addressing conflicts with your AXIS 2420 on the network.
Having disconnected your AXIS 2420, follow the instructions below in association with
Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions, on page 48, and run PING to
troubleshoot TCP/IP problems on your network:
1. Start a Command window.
2. Type ping x.x.x.x, where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the AXIS 2420.
3. If you recieve the reply destination host unreachable, then the AXIS 2420 is not
accessible on your subnet. You must obtain a new IP address and reinstall the unit.
4. If this does not solve the problem, disconnect the AXIS 2420 from the network and run
the PING command again. See the table below for an interpretation of the results.
PING Reply
Interpretation and recommendation
Reply from <IP address>: bytes = 32;
time = 10 ms.....
The IP address is already used and cannot be used again. You must obtain a
new IP address.
Request timed out
This IP address is not used and is available for use with your AXIS 2420. If
you set the IP address previously, the installation might not have been
performed correctly. In this case, reinstall the unit. Also check all cabling.
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Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions
Symptoms
The AXIS 2420 cannot be
accessed from a Web
browser.
Possible causes
The IP address is already
being used by another
device.
Remedial actions
1. Disconnect your AXIS 2420 from the network.
2. Run the PING utility (as described in PINGing Your IP Address, on
page 47) and follow the appropriate recommendations.
Note: The assigned IP number can be assumed as being available
for use if PING returns “request timed out” - in which case you
should set the IP address again, power on the AXIS 2420 and then
try accessing the unit again.
The IP address is located on a Run the PING utility (as described in PINGing Your IP Address, on
different subnet.
page 47). If the utility returns no response or similar, then this
diagnosis is probably correct.
In Windows, check that the IP address for your AXIS 2420 is on the
same subnet as your workstation. Exactly how this is done varies
from one version of Windows to another. See Windows’ help for
more information.
If your AXIS 2420 is on a different subnet than your workstation
you will not be able to set the IP address from this workstation.
Contact your network administrator.
In Windows 95, the ARP
table was empty when you
tried to set the IP address.
In Windows 95, the ARP command cannot be used if you have an
empty ARP table.
Type arp -a to view the ARP table. If it is empty, you must ping
an existing unit on your network before you can download the IP
address to the AXIS 2420, using ARP.
The AXIS IP Installer is a good alternative to ARP.
The IP address has changed.
Check that there is no DHCP or BOOTP server running on your
network.
Possible problem with your
proxy server.
Try disabling the proxy default in your browser.
Other networking problems.
Try replacing your network cable.
Test the network interface of the product by connecting a local
computer to the unit, using a standard Crossover (hub-to-hub)
Cable.
If the above actions do not resolve the problem, the AXIS 2420 may
be faulty. In this case, try to localize the problem by connecting the
AXIS 2420 to the serial port of a local computer, using the supplied
Null Modem Cable and report your findings to your local distributor.
The Power indicator is not
constantly lit.
Faulty power supply.
Verify that you are using an AXIS PS-D power supply.
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Symptoms
The Network indicator
displays red.
Possible causes
Faulty cabling.
Troubleshooting
Remedial actions
1. To verify that the cable is functional, connect the cable to a
known functioning device on the network and PING it from your
workstation.
2. If the cabling is OK and your network is reachable, you should
receive a reply similar to this:
Reply from <IP address>: bytes = 32; time
= 10 ms.....
The Active and Network
indicators are flashing every
0.5 seconds.
Hardware failure.
Contact your Axis dealer.
Your AXIS 2420 works
locally, but not externally.
Firewall protection.
Check the Internet firewall with your network administrator.
Default routers required.
Check if you need to configure the default router settings.
The Internet site is too
heavily loaded.
Configure the AXIS 2420 to upload your video images to an FTP
server or an ISP.
Multiple clients attempting
to access the images, or
complex images, i.e.
containing a lot of contrast.
Try limiting the number of clients, or configure the AXIS 2420 to
upload your video images to an FTP server or an ISP. Adjust the
image settings to produce smaller files.
No image using Refresh
and/or
Slow updating of
images.
Cannot access the connected Faulty cabling.
modem.
Check power supply, power cable and serial connection.
A series of broad vertical
white lines appears across
the image.
If you are using the camera in strong light conditions, check that
you are using a DC-Iris lens, and that the settings for the lens are
correct, i.e. in the Image-Advanced settings, the exposure control
should be set to DC-Iris.
The CCD sensor becomes
overloaded when the light is
too bright. This can happen
e.g. with sunlight reflections.
Note: damage caused to the AXIS 2420 through overexposure to
direct sunlight or halogen light is not covered under the product
warranty.
Bad focus.
Noisy images.
The focus has not been
correctly adjusted.
Referring to the on-line help, adjust the White Balance setting and
then try resetting the camera focus again using the Focus
Assistant, as described in Lenses and Advanced Focusing, on page
54.
No adaptor fitted with your
C-type lens.
Fit the required adaptor. See page 54.
Images may be noisy if you
are using the AXIS 2420 in
an environment with very
low lighting.
To solve this problem, you need more light. The performance of the
camera is best in 100 - 3.000 lux. Consider using a more sensitive
lens (Lower F-number) if the lighting conditions within the
installation area cannot be improved.
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Symptoms
Bad quality images.
No images available in your
browser application.
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Possible causes
The Display Properties are
incorrectly configured for
your computer screen.
Remedial actions
Open the Display Properties for your screen and configure it to
show at least 65000 colors, i.e. at least 16-bit.
The camera is not focused
correctly.
Referring to the on-line help, adjust the White Balance setting and
then try resetting the camera focus again using the Focus
Assistant, as described in Lenses and Advanced Focusing, on page
54.
ActiveX disabled.
If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, ensure that ActiveX
has not been disabled.
Java disabled.
If using the Java Applet for viewing images, check that Java is
enabled in your browser.
Note: Using only 16 or 256 colors on your screen will produce
dithering artifacts in the image.
If you still have a problem after reading this information, please contact your reseller or check
the FAQ on the Axis Website at www.axis.com.
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Appendix B - Other IP Setup Methods
In addition to the ARP command (described earlier in the Installation section of this
manual), you can alternatively set the IP address for your AXIS 2420 using any of the
following methods - as appropriate for your operating system:
Method
Operating Systems
Refer to...
AXIS IP Installer
Windows
Using the AXIS IP Installer, on page 52.
BOOTP
Requiring a BOOTP daemon on your system, this
method operates over the entire network. A
request to an active daemon initiates a search of
the boot table to find an entry matching the unit’s
Ethernet address. The daemon replys with the IP
address for the device, if a match is found.
UNIX
DHCP
This method should only be used if you know which
IP address the DHCP server will give the camera, or
if your version of DHCP can update a DNS server,
which then allows you to access the camera using
a name.
Most
Notes:
•Do not use the default IP address featured in these examples when installing your AXIS 2420. If
in doubt, consult your network administrator to obtain an unused IP address.
•Make sure the AXIS 2420 is powered up and attached to the network.
•Server Privileges: Although no special privileges are required for Windows 95/98/ME, you do
need Administrator privileges for Windows NT/2000 and XP (Professional). UNIX systems
require Root privileges.
Ethernet Address: The AXIS 2420 is pre-configured with a unique Ethernet Address based upon the serial
number printed on the underside label of the unit; where the serial number typically follows the format
00-40-8c-xx-yy-zz. You must know the Ethernet address to complete the installation.
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Using the AXIS IP Installer
AXIS IP Installer is a Windows program that is ideal for setting the IP addresses for
multiple Axis networking products on your network. Also allowing you to access the home
page of any Axis ThinServer device connected to your network, this freely distributed
software is available for download from www.axis.com.
Installing the AXIS IP Installer:
1. Download the latest version of the AXIS IP Installer and run the Setup_IPInstaller.exe
program to start the installation.
2. The AXIS IP Installer - Setup dialog is displayed on the screen.
3. Follow the instructions as they appear on the screen.
4. Click Finish to complete the installation.
Setting the IP Address with AXIS IP Installer:
1. Run the AXIS IP Installer from the Start menu. The following window will appear:
2. Restart your AXIS 2420.
3. Select the serial number of your AXIS 2420 in the list. The serial number is identical to
the unit’s Ethernet address.
4. Enter the IP address. Click Set IP address. The IP address will now be set.
5. To access the home page of the AXIS 2420, click Home page of selected Axis-server...
You can now configure the AXIS 2420 according to your requirements.
6. Click OK to exit the program.
For more help during the installation of the IP address, click Help or press the F1 key.
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Notes for Macintosh Users
The AXIS 2420 supports TCP/IP over Ethernet, or PPP Modem dial-up. You must use
TCP/IP on your Macintosh network, as there is no support for AppleTalk.
When using the AXIS 2420 on a Macintosh, please observe the following points:
• The camera has a default IP address of 192.36.253.80.
• Assign a temporary IP address to a Mac workstation in the same subnet (e.g. 192.36.253.81)
and then connect to the camera.
• Run the Installation wizard and set the desired IP address for the camera.
• Reset the correct IP address for the Macintosh workstation.
• Changing the IP address for a Macintosh does not require a reboot.
Currently there are limitations in the ActiveX Support in Internet Explorer running on the
Macintosh. This results in problems when viewing live moving images. The recommended solution
for viewing Axis cameras on the Macintosh is to use Netscape.
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Appendix C - Lenses and Advanced Focusing
Your camera was supplied either without a lens (AXIS 2420), or with a DC-Iris lens (AXIS
2420 W/Lens). Either model can be fitted with any standard CS/C lens. The DC-Iris support
included with the AXIS 2420 will drive any standard DC-Iris lens.
Fitting a Lens
Note:
The AXIS 2420 is equipped with a CS-mount, so any standard CS lens can be fitted directly. To
mount a C-type lens, a CS-C adapter must also be used. The adapter effectively moves the lens
5mm away from the camera’s CCD.
Follow the instructions below to fit any C or CS type lens:
1. C-lens only: Attach the new lens to a CS-C Adapter.
2. Screw the lens onto the AXIS 2420. If applicable, adjust the iris according to the
prevailing light conditions.
3. Referring to Focusing Procedure, on page 56, adjust the camera focus.
4. Adjust the DC-Iris settings. See page 57.
5. Refresh your browser and check the results from the camera’s Home Page.
Caution!
Exposing your camera to bright sunlight may cause permanent damage to the CCD if you:
• use a non-DC Iris lens, or
• select anything other than DC-Iris in the Exposure Control settings of the Image - Advanced page.
Axis consequently advises extreme caution when fitting a lens to your AXIS 2420 and/or when using the
Image - Advanced settings. Damage caused to the AXIS 2420 through overexposure to direct sunlight or
halogen light is not covered under the product warranty.
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Direct Focusing in Your Browser
The AXIS 2420 is easily targeted for different applications.
With your video stream displayed in a browser, simply
adjust the camera focus ring until you are satisfied with
the focus.
Important!
The illustration below is displayed as
an example of a commonly available
lens type, but is NOT typical for
all lens types.
However, for remote installations - where you are unable
to view your video images directly in a browser - you can
achieve a good level of camera focus by using the Focus
Assistant, described below.
Notes:
Lock Ring
•The text information printed on the lens assembly will
clearly define the focusing polarity (F, ∞, and N) for the
focus ring supplied with your unit. The camera focus is
adjusted for either Far-focus (F, ∞) or Near-focus (N) by
rotating the focus ring in the appropriate direction.
•The lens rotates on a screw fitting and can be completely
removed. If you need to remove the lens, take care not to
let any dust enter the lens or the camera window as this
can adversely affect the quality of your live images.
Focus Ring
Wide/Tele Zoom
Using The Focus Assistant
Important!
As an alternative to the procedures described here, you can also enable and use the Focus Assistant
directly from the Administration Tools. For more information on this, please refer to the on-line help.
Enabled manually using the Control Button (or via the administration Web pages), the
Focus Assistant works in conjunction with the Status Indicator to provide an onboard
visual display for focusing your camera. With the Focus Assistant enabled, the Status
Indicator displays Green when the camera is focused - which means you can conveniently
focus the AXIS 2420 without having to monitor the images in a desktop browser.
Focusing Quality
The table below show the full range of colors displayed by the Status Indicator when the
Focus Assistant is enabled; where each color represents a predefined level of focus:
Color
Level of Focus (%)
Focus Quality
Red
0 - 60
Poor
Yellow
60 - 80
Reasonable
Green
80 - 100
Good
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Plane of Focus
The lens has rotational focus control that allows the focal length of the lens to be adjusted
manually. Depending on the chosen physical location for your camera, it is likely that
several planes of focus will exist throughout the full focusing depth of the unit;
consequently, the Status Indicator is likely to display green - indicating a good level of
focus - several times throughout the full travel of the lens assembly.
Focusing Procedure
Before you begin:
For the focusing algorithm to work efficiently, always ensure that there is minimal movement in the
camera’s field of view when focusing, as described below.
With reference to the accompanying illustrations, follow the instructions below to achieve
a good basic level of focus under stable conditions:
Important!
Do not press the Control Button for at least 10 seconds after powering up the unit, as this will cause the
AXIS 2420 to return to its factory default settings.
1. Power up the AXIS 2420 and then wait at least 10 seconds.
2. Turn the lens to its extreme Far-focus (F,
∞) position.
3. Enable the Focus Assistant. Using a suitably
pointed object, press and continue to hold
the Control Button - until the Status
Indicator flashes Yellow.
The Focus Assistant is now enabled with the
Status Indicator set to Focus Mode. The
AXIS 2420 now initiates a focusing
algorithm to regularly calculate the quality
of focus.
Status Indicator
4. In order for the Focus Assistant to access the
full focusing range for your application
environment, turn the lens slowly to its
extreme Near-focus (N) position.
Control Button
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5. Finally, turn the lens slowly towards the Far-focus (F, ∞) position, until the Status
Indicator displays Green; that is, until a Good level of focus is achieved.
Notes:
•A Good level of focus is normally achievable throughout several planes within the focusing
range of the camera.
•The Status Indicator displays Green to indicate a Good level of focus at 80% of optimum focus.
•Since optimum focusing is dependent upon the camera’s field of view, it is important to scan
the focusing plane from the furthest to the closest perspectives before attempting any
fine-tuning.
6. Return to your browser and review the picture quality. Repeat step 5 only if you
consider the focal distance too distant - until you are satisfied with both the
focal-distance and focus-quality.
7. To exit the Focus Assistant: press and hold the Control button - until the Status
Indicator flashes Yellow. The Status Indicator displays Green when the Focus Assistant
is closed.
Adjusting the DC-Iris Settings
The DC-Iris settings must be adjusted to meet the requirements of the lens you intend to
use. You will need to modify the Exposure Control and other related settings for your
camera, from the Image-Advanced page.
Use the information presented in the following tables to choose the appropriate settings for
your lens type.
Caution!
Exposing your camera to bright sunlight may cause permanent damage to the CCD if you:
• install and use a non-DC Iris lens with the product, or
• select anything other than DC-Iris in the Exposure Control settings of the Image - Advanced page.
Axis consequently advises extreme caution when changing the lens and/or when using the Advanced
settings. Damage caused to the AXIS 2420 through overexposure to direct sunlight or halogen light is
not covered under the product warranty.
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Exposure Control Overview
The table below provides a summary of the Exposure Control settings in the Image Advanced page. Select the parameters for your lens type and product application.
Lens Options
Description
DC-Iris
The DC-Iris setting is the standard factory default setting found on the Image-Advanced page. It allows
the user to manually specify the exposure, shutter speed, gain, and ALC levels.
Non-DC-Iris - Manual
Choose this setting if you have fitted a non-DC-Iris lens to your AXIS 2420, but wish to adjust the
shutter speed and gain manually.
Non-DC-Iris - Shutter
Choose this setting if you have fitted a non-DC-Iris lens to your AXIS 2420 but wish to adjust the
shutter speed manually.
Non-DC-Iris - Auto
Choose this setting if you have fitted a non-DC-Iris lens to your AXIS 2420 and would like the shutter
speed and gain to be adjusted automatically.
Other Advanced Parameters
Lens Options
Description
Shutter Speed
Derived from the shutter speed on a normal camera, this parameter defines the exposure period for each
image. Use a high shutter speed only if your image subject is expected to be moving quickly; otherwise, a
slower speed will normally suffice.
Sharpness
Defines a level of differentiation between light and dark areas within the image. Corresponding higher levels of sharpness provide for sharper images, but also cause the image compression to be more complex.
Consequently, the file size of a sharp image can be significantly greater than an image that is less sharp.
Gain
Adjust the gain to suit the average level of light at your point of installation. The AXIS 2420 should be set to
a corresponding higher level of Gain if your camera is normally monitoring an area at night, or is situated in
a dark room or cupboard.
ALC Level
This defines how acutely the lens reacts to a single light source within the image. For example, with the ALC
level set at a higher level, the headlights from a car will generally cause the calculated average level of light
to increase, and subsequently result in a compensated image that is usually much darker.
Adjusting the ALC to a lower level reduces the sensitivity of the lens to single light sources within the
image.
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Adjusting the Back Focus
Your AXIS 2420 is supplied with the back focus roughly set to accommodate a reasonable
level of focus throughout the complete focusing range. However, if you are dissatisfied
with the quality of focusing at a specific plane (or at several planes) within the focusing
range, you may need to make some fine adjustments to the back focusing of the lens. This
is performed by adjusting the focus and zoom rings of the camera lens, as described below:
Procedure
1. With the Focus Ring set to the Far-focus (F,
over 30 metres away.
∞) position, aim the camera at a subject
2. Set the lens assembly to wide angle, and adjust the back focus by loosening the Lock
Ring and then turning the lens assembly. Continue to turn the lens assembly until you
achieve optimum image clarity
3. Check that you obtain sharp pictures at various zoom grades and various distances.
Note:
If possible, it is better to perform this adjustment in low light conditions, or with a filter covering
the front optic. This will ensure the iris is fully open to give the smallest depth of field, and therefore the best result.
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Appendix D - Customizing Your Camera
Modifying the File System
The Linux-based operating system and flash memory file system make it possible for
advanced users and application developers to customize the AXIS 2420 by adding
additional files to the read-write area of the flash memory.
Important!
• Modification of the flash file system is NOT supported by Axis. In practice, this means that Axis will
not answer questions relating to custom script or Web page development, but merely wishes to
inform potential application developers of the possibilities afforded by the Linux-based file structure
of the AXIS 2420.
• When attempting to modify the product, you may inadvertently create a problem that will require
you to return the AXIS 2420 to its factory default settings. At worst, you may even cause permanent
damage to the unit that renders it unusable. Consequently, Axis strongly recommends that inexperienced users DO NOT modify the file system.
Although modification of the file system is not supported, the Axis web at www.axis.com
does maintain various documents designed to assist third-party development. These
include detailed information such as:
• The Axis Camera API, HTTP-Interface Specification
• A description of the reduced PHP3 scripting language
Configuration using FTP
As an alternative to configuring the AXIS 2420 from a browser, the configuration
parameters of your camera can be modified using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
FTP is supported by most operating environments and is a useful method for quickly
uploading standard pre-configurations to one or more cameras.
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Custom Web Pages
The AXIS 2420 contains a re-writable flash memory file system that allows some
directories and files to be changed by the root user, using FTP. This strictly non-supported
product functionality makes it possible for advanced users and application developers to
add their own Web pages, scripts, and other files to the Axis product.
Customizing Procedures
The existing Administration pages are stored in a compressed read-only area of the file
system. If you intend to try changing these pages, you must adhere strictly to the
instructions provided here and ensure that you DO NOT inadvertently change any files
other than those featured in this section. Failure to comply with this notice may render
your product unusable.
All files stored in the /etc/httpd/html directory are available through the product Web
server in the virtual directory /local/. The URL to resident pages in the /etc/httpd/html
directory is http://IP/local/<filename>.htm
You can change the html files as and when you like, but remember that the available flash
memory is limited. The number of times the memory can be written to is approximately 1
million.
Creating a New Home Page
Having created and stored your new custom Web pages in product memory, you then
proceed to assign one of these pages as your default Home page in the AXIS 2420, as
described below:
Caution!
Adding a new Web page to your AXIS 2420 is not something that should be undertaken lightly. Remember: Axis does not support the personalization of product Web pages and strongly recommends that
inexperienced users DO NOT perform such modifications.
1. Start a new FTP session to the AXIS 2420, by entering:
ftp <camera ip address>
2. Type bin
3. Navigate your way to the appropriate directory, entering:
cd /etc/httpd/conf/
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4. Fetch the boa.conf file, by typing:
get boa.conf
5. Edit boa.conf and add the following lines to the end of the file:
Alias /index.html /etc/httpd/html/index.html
Alias / /etc/httpd/html
This will create an alias to your own "homemade" index.html file stored in the
/etc/httpd/html/ directory and redirect access to it. Replace the edited boa.conf in
the camera, by using the put command.
6. Restart the camera.
Note:
As an alternative to the above, you might like to edit the line starting with Document Root so
that it points directly to the local directory. However, after doing this you will then be unable to
access the original Home pages - so be warned!
7. After making these changes, you will not be able to automatically access the default
index page. Instead you must type in the complete URL to access it:
http://IP-address/view/index.html
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Updating the Firmware
Appendix E - Updating the Firmware
The AXIS 2420 camera firmware is stored in Flash memory. This memory is provided by a
silicon chip that, just like any other ROM device, retains data content even after power is
removed. Flash memory is unique because it allows its data to be erased and re-written.
This means that you can install firmware updates for your AXIS 2420 as soon as they
become available - without having to replace any parts. New firmware can be simply
loaded into the AXIS 2420 over the network.
Obtaining Updated Firmware
The latest version of the AXIS 2420 camera firmware is available free of charge from the
Axis website at www.axis.com or from your local distributor.
Upgrading
The AXIS 2420 Flash memory is upgraded over the network using FTP. See the detailed
instructions supplied with each new firmware release.
Important!
• Always read the instructions available with each new release, prior to ugrading.
• Upgrading normally takes at least 30 seconds and up to 10 minutes, although it can take longer.
After starting the process, you should always wait at least 20 minutes before power cycling the AXIS
2420 - even if you suspect the upgrade procedure has failed.
• In controlled environments, flash memory upgrades provide a very safe method for updating firmware. However, flash products can become damaged if the upgrade operation is not performed correctly. Your dealer reserves the right to charge for any repair attributable to faulty upgrading by the
user.
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Appendix F - The Unit Connectors
This section provides an overview of the product connectors, namely:
•1 x RS-232 Serial Connector
•2 x I/O Connectors (I/O-A and I/O-B)
•1 x DC-Iris Connector
•1 x BNC Video Output
•1 x Ethernet network connector (RJ-45)
The RS-232 Serial Connector
In the absence of a local network connection, a single 9-pin D-sub connector provides a
dedicated physical interface for connecting a modem or computer to the AXIS 2420. This
RS-232 interface supports modem speeds of up to 115kbps and effectively allows the AXIS
2420 to operate as a standalone unit independent of any computer network. So, when a
local network connection is unavailable at the point of installation, you can simply
connect your PC to this connector and use the supplied Null Modem Cable to initially
configure your product. If you intend using the AXIS 2191 Audio Module with your
network camera, then this is the connector to use.
Note:
The Axis Camera Division maintains a list of all supported modems. Please visit our Website at
www.axis.com for this and other late information on our products.
Pinout Information
A diagram of the RS-232 connector, complete with pinout information, is shown below.
Pin
Function
1
CD (Carrier Detect)
2
RXD (Receive Data)
3
TXD (Transmit Data)
4
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
5
GND (Ground)
6
DSR (Data Signal Ready)
7
RTS (Return To Send)
8
CTS (Clear To Send)
9
RI (Ring Indicator)
2
1
6
4
3
7
8
5
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The I/O-A Connector
Used for connecting external alarm devices and triggering images for alarm-based events,
the 4-pole I/O-A Connector provides the interface for a single digital input. Connected to a
switch or other external security device, an image is recorded every time the switch is
activated. It also provides an auxiliary DC power input or output for the AXIS 2420.
Pinout Information
Pin
Function
4
Digital Input - Photocoupled Cathode (-) As below.
3
Digital Input - Photocoupled Anode (+)
Electrically isolated from the chassis and connectors, this input can be supplied from an
external DC voltage or the DC power input/output on pin 2.
2
Positive Connection for DC power input or output:
Electrically in parallel with the derived DC power for the unit, this pin can be used as an
input or output. As an input it can be used for remote applications to supply the AXIS
2420 via an external direct current source; for example, a 9-15V DC battery supply. Used
as an output, it can drive the photocoupled input or other equipment; such as a thermal
sensor. The output voltage level is dependent upon the input voltage to the unit. A
maximum current of 50mA can be sourced from the DC output.
1
4
3
2
1
Common Ground
Schematic Diagram
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GND
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Switch
Mode
Power
Supply
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I/O-A
o
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Internal
3.3V
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4
Caution!
Pin 2 is connected to the derived DC power for the unit, and can be used as an external power feed for
external equipment, such as an Infrared sensor. When connecting other equipment using this connector,
the maximum current of 50mA must be strictly observed. Failure to do this may cause a loss of power to
the unit and even damage it.
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The I/O-B Connector
The 4-pole I/O-B connector provides a digital relay switch for the control of external
surveillance devices and services; such as, lighting, annunciators, audible alarms, etc. It is
also an RS-485/422 port for the control of pan tilt devices, etc. A pinout table is provided
below.
Pinout Information
Pin
Function
1
Relay switch - pole 1. Electrically isolated from chassis and connectors.
2
Relay switch - pole 2. Electrically isolated from chassis and connectors.
3
RS-485/422 - B (inverting)
1
2
A half-duplex RS-485/422 interface for controlling auxiliary equipment.
4
3
RS-485/422 - A (non-inverting)
4
Schematic diagram - showing possible application
Optional
Relay
Switch
I/O-B
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Switch
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The DC-Iris Connector
The AXIS 2420 can be used with any standard C/CS lens. With full support for standard
DC-Iris lenses, the camera will automatically regulate the amount of light entering the
camera.
The DC-Iris Connector provides the power and control signalling required for a DC-Iris
lens. The connector is located on the rear panel and the pinout for the connector is shown
below.
Pin
Function
1
Control and detection (-)
2
Control and detection (+)
3
Motor (+)
4
Motor (-)
Socket on rear of camera
Soldering side of connector
The BNC Video Output
The BNC Video Output can be used for connecting the AXIS 2420 to a traditional analog
CCTV system or to a VCR. This output can be used independently of the Ethernet network
connector and both can be used at the same time. The output conforms to 1.0V (p-p) 75
Ohms, sync negative.
The Ethernet Network Connector
The RJ-45 network connector is used to connect the AXIS 2420 to a 10/100Mbit Ethernet
network running TCP/IP.
Control and Monitoring
You can enable IO Status to display ON/OFF buttons for driving the Digital Output from
the Layout section of the Administration Tools on the Home Page of the AXIS 2420.
By entering http requests in your browser’s URL field, you can:
• drive the relay output high or low
• monitor the status of the digital input
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This requires you to have root access to the AXIS 2420 and consequently, to supply a user
name and password. Login as root and supply the root password (default = pass).
Tip!
Developers wishing to create applications incorporating sophisticated alarm conditioning using the
relay output and digital input are encouraged to read the Camera API, HTTP-Interface Specification,
available from the Axis Web at www.axis.com.
Relay Output
You can use the supported relay output to directly drive a maximum load of 24V AC/DC at
100mA. By connecting additional relay circuitry, it can also drive heavier loads.
The output relay is controlled using http requests, as defined in the following examples:
Example 1: - Set output 1 ON.
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:/
Example 2: - Set two 300ms pulses with 500ms delay between the pulses on output 1.
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:/300\500/300\
Example 3: - Wait 1 second before setting output 1 ON.
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:1000/
Digital Input
The digital input, programmed using the Application Wizard, allows the AXIS 2420 to be
configured for time and alarm based image recording. For example, by connecting a
motion detector to the digital input, it is a relatively simple procedure to send a single
image (or video stream) to a remote imaging library each time the detector is activated.
Querying the Status of the Digital Input
The status of the digital input can be queried in exactly the same way as the relay output.
Simply enter the following URL to query the status of the digital input:
Example: - Monitor data on port 1
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/input.cgi?check=1
The AXIS 2420 then displays the status of the input, as follows:
Input 1 = 0
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High-Speed Services
Appendix G - High-Speed Services
The AXIS 2420 is designed with high-speed Internet services foremost in mind, and you
will experience the full performance of your AXIS 2420 if you are fortunate enough to
have xDSL or a cable modem connection. However, as most high-speed Internet services
only provide you with one external IP address, there are some practical issues that should
be considered when developing your application. This section discusses some of these
issues.
Available IP Addresses
Ideally your ISP (Internet Service Provider) should supply you with several external, static
IP addresses - in which case you can assign any one of these to your AXIS 2420 to make it
fully accessible over the internet. If your ISP supplies you with only one IP number - which
is usually the case - then this IP number is normally assigned to your PC. If your ISP is
unable to provide you with an additional IP number, you still have a number of other
options that you may like to consider, including:
Windows 2000 NAT-feature (Network Address Translation):
Utilize the NAT feature in Windows 2000 to allow multiple Ethernet cards in your PC. You
then use one port for the Internet and the other for your internal network. Using this
solution, you can let your AXIS 2420 upload image streams to your ISP’s external Web
server.
Routers and Firewalls
Another ideal solution is to use one of several small routers/firewalls that are currently
available on the market. These provide the necessary NAT functionality and allow
complete independence for your PC, which can be switched off or rebooted without
affecting the image transmission from your AXIS 2420.
WinGate Server Software:
Running on a single Windows computer, this software allows multiple users simultaneous
access to the Internet through a single connection; be it modem, ISDN or high speed line,
such as xDSL or cable modem connection. You can thus effectively share a single Internet
connection with almost any type of client computer running TCP/IP.
For more advanced users, the WinGate 3.0 Standard and Pro versions allow the
administrator to change the IP bindings so that external requests may be routed
specifically to your AXIS 2420 - running behind the WinGate software.
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Appendix H - Technical Specifications
System Requirements - The AXIS 2420 uses the standard Internet TCP/IP suite of protocols
and can be used with most operating systems: Windows, Linux, UNIX, Mac and several
others. The only software required is Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x/5.x or Netscape 4.x.
Installation - Physical network connection using RJ-45 twisted pair cable, or remote
connection using any standard serial modem.
Management - Remote configuration and status using Web-based Administration Tools.
Image Features - Time/date stamp, text overlay, variable size, color CGI control, and
in-picture motion detection.
Picture Resolution - CIF=352x288 and 4CIF=704x576 (PAL), 352x240 and 704x480 (NTSC).
Networking - 10baseT Ethernet or 100baseTX Fast Ethernet, TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP,
NTP, ARP and BOOTP.
I/O-A Connector - One optical-isolated alarm input. Used for connecting external alarm
devices, e.g. temperature sensors and switches.
I/O-B Connector - One digital relay switch output (max 24V, 0.1A), software controlled. Used
for control of external surveillance devices and services; such as, lighting, annunciators,
audible alarms, etc. One RS-485/422 port for connecting PTZ devices, etc.
Pre/Post Alarm Buffer - Up to 4 MBytes memory available for pre/post alarm image storage.
RS-232 Connector - Single 9-pin D-SUB RS-232 connector, max 115 kbps, half-duplex. For
connecting a modem or a PTZ device.
Security - Multi-user password protection.
Operating Conditions: - Temp: 41-122o F (5-50oC), Humidity: 8-80% RHG.
Approvals EMC
• This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15, Subpart B of FCC Rules for Class A
computing devices.
•
•
EN55022:1994 Class B
C-Tick (Australia)
Approvals Safety
• EN60950, UL, CSA
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Metrics: - Height: 2.24” (57mm), Width: 3.39” (86mm), Length: 5.43” (138mm).
Hardware - ARTPEC-1 compression chip; ETRAX-100LX (32-bit RISC, 100 MIPS CPU), 16
Mbytes DRAM, 4 Mbytes FLASH PROM.
Lens (AXIS 2420 W/Lens only) - Varifocal DC Iris lens with CS Mount, manual zoom, variable
focus, and exposure control. Variable shutter speeds between 1/50 - 1/10000 (PAL) and
1/60 -1/10000 (NTSC).
Electronic Shutter - Full DC-iris support and variable shutter speeds 1/50-1/10000 (PAL) and
1/60-1/10000 (NTSC).
Illumination - 1 to 20000 Lux, with F1.0 DC-Iris lens.
Power - External power supply 12V AC, 9.6 VA (PS-D, included), 9-15V AC, min 10VA, or
9-15V DC, min 7W.
Complimentary Software - AXIS IP Installer for quick installation of multiple units. AXIS
Camera Control (Axis’ ActiveX component software required for Microsoft Internet
Explorer).
Networking Technology - Incorporating Axis ThinServer Technology, the AXIS 2420 is a truly
embedded system and self-contained product, based on the Linux operating system and
including the most popular network protocols and Web management tools. The hardware is
built on Axis’ own ETRAX-100LX 32-bit RISC processor, which is streamlined and
optimized for device connectivity to networks, independent of any other network resource.
The AXIS 2420 uses the industry's first dedicated network digital video surveillance
compression chip - the AXIS ARTPEC-1.
Compression and Performance - The AXIS 2420 delivers Motion-JPEG images at up to 25/30
(PAL/NTSC) images per second, as well as single JPEG images that feature user-controlled
compression levels. See also Picture frequency for Networking Applications, on page 20.
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Physische Beschreibung
Machen Sie sich anhand der folgenden Informationen mit der AXIS 2420 vertraut, und
beachten Sie insbesondere die Position der Anschlüsse und Anzeigen. Dieser Abschnitt
enthält praktische Hinweise zur Installation des Produkts.
Bedienfeld vorn
Die Statusanzeige (Status)
In Verbindung mit dem Assistenten für die Fokussierung kann diese mehrfarbige Anzeige als lokale
Fokussierungshilfe verwendet werden (sieheScharfeinstellung der Kamera auf Seite 80). Unter normalen
Umständen gibt diese Anzeige jedoch den Betriebsstatus der Kamera an, wie im Folgenden beschrieben:
•
Grün - Die Anzeige blinkt kurz und leuchtet während der Start- und Selbsttestroutinen orange.
Anschließend steht die grüne Anzeige für den fehlerfreien Status der Einheit.
•
Rot - Die Anzeige leuchtet nur rot, wenn ein Fehler an der AXIS 2420 aufgetreten ist. Weitere
Informationen hierzu finden Sie unter Appendix A - Troubleshooting.
Hinweis: Die Statusanzeige kann auch so eingestellt werden, dass sie jedesmal dann blinkt, wenn Bilder
im Browser angezeigt werden. Für weitere Informationen nutzen Sie bitte die online-Hilfe.
Ladungsgekoppeltes
Bauelement (CCD)
Wird für das Erstellen
von Bildern verwendet;
das CCD ist sehr
schmutz- und
staubempfindlich.
Deutsch
CS-Befestigungsring
Der Ring hält ein beliebiges
CS- oder C-Objektiv (wenn
zusammen mit einem
entsprechenden
CS-C-Adapter verwendet).
Kontroll-Taste
Diese Taste befindet sich links von der Objektivbaugruppe und ist in das Produktgehäuse
eingelassen. Drücken Sie diese Taste mit einem geeigneten spitzen Gegenstand, um die
werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen wiederherzustellen, wie unter Werkseitige
Standardeinstellungen auf Seite 81 beschrieben, und um den Assistenten für die
Fokussierung zu aktivieren, wie unter Using The Focus Assistant auf Seite 55 ausgeführt.
Verschlussring
Drehen Sie den
Verschlussring am Gehäuse
fest. Passen Sie die
Position des CSBefestigungsrings nur an,
wenn Sie den hinteren
Brennpunkt verändern
möchten. Weitere
Einzelheiten dazu finden
Sie unter Adjusting the
Back Focus auf Seite 59.
Seriennummer
Die Seriennummer
befindet sich auf der
Unterseite der AXIS
2420 und ist identisch
mit der EthernetAdresse der Einheit.
Wichtig!
Wenn Sie Ihre AXIS 2420 im Freien einsetzen möchten, muss sie sich in einem Outdoor-Gehäuse befinden und mit
einem DC-Iris-Objektiv ausgestattet sein, um automatisch den Lichteinfall in die Kamera zu regulieren. Das
ladungsgekoppelte Bauelement nimmt Schaden, wenn es länger direkt von Sonnen- oder Halogenlicht bestrahlt
wird. Folglich rät Axis zu größter Vorsicht, wenn Sie Ihr Produkt so installieren, dass es starker Sonneneinstrahlung
ausgesetzt ist. Das Mißachten von Vorsichtsmaßnahmen kann zum Erlöschen der Produktgarantie führen. Die AXIS
2420 W/Lens wird standardmässig mit einem DC-Iris-Objektiv geliefert.
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Bedienfeld hinten
Netzteil-Anschluss
PS-D-Stecker für den
Anschluss an das AXIS
2420-Netzteil.
Betriebsanzeige (PWR)
Leuchtet normalerweise,
wenn das Gerät an die
Stromversorgung
angeschlosssen ist. Leuchtet
die Anzeige nicht oder blinkt
sie, liegt ein Problem an der
Kamera oder am externen
Netzteil vor.
DC-Iris-Stecker
Anschlussmöglichkeit für ein beliebiges
DC-Iris-Standardobjektiv für den Einsatz
im Freien einschließlich umfassender
DC-Iris-Unterstützung. Dieser Anschluss
bietet die Leistung und Steuersignale,
die für ein DC-Iris-Standardobjektiv
erforderlich sind, sofern Sie eines
verwenden möchten.
Netzwerkanschluss
Die AXIS 2420 ist für
10-MBit/s-Ethernet- und
100-MBit/s-Fast-Ethernet-Netzwe
rke konzipiert und wird über ein
Twisted-Pair-Kabel der Kategorie 5
(10baseT und 100baseTX) mit
standardmäßigem RJ-45-Stecker
mit dem Netzwerk verbunden.
Durch Unterstützung von NWAY
ermittelt die AXIS 2420 die
Übertragungsgeschwindigkeit des
Segments im lokalen Netzwerk und
stimmt die Datenkommunikation
darauf ab (zwischen 10 Mbit/s und
100 Mbit/s).
E/A-A-Anschluss
Der Anschluss ist die physische Schnittstelle
zu einem mit Digitalkamera gekoppelten
Eingabegerät, das das Anschließen einer
Vielzahl von externen Messgeräten an die
AXIS 2420 ermöglicht, einschließlich
Temperatursensoren und Schalter. In
Verbindung mit den konfigurierbaren
Messgeräten mit Warnfunktion können Sie
schnell eine Vielzahl von Sicherheitsanwendungen einrichten, die zeitgesteuert
sind oder bei Bedarf warnen. Die Verbindung
kann auch als Gleichstrom-Anschluss für die
Einheit dienen. Informationen über den
Steckerausgang finden Sie unter Appendix F
- The Unit Connectors.
Video-Ausgang
Mit einem BNCStandardstecker kann die AXIS
2420 über diesen Ausgang
direkt an herkömmliche
CCTV-Systeme angeschlossen
werden. Zusätzlich können Sie
so die Kameraschärfe an Orten
einstellen, an denen Sie Bilder
nicht direkt auf einer
Workstation anzeigen können.
Netzwerkanzeige (NET)
Im Anschluss an die Start- und
Selbsttestroutinen blinkt diese
mehrfarbige Anzeige. Die Farben
haben folgende Bedeutung:
•
Gelb – Zeigt Aktivität in einem
10-Mbit/s-Netzwerk an.
•
Grün – Zeigt Aktivität in
einem 100-Mbit/s-Netzwerk
an.
•
Rot – Zeigt fehlende
physische Verbindung zum
Netzwerk an.
E/A-B-Anschluss
Physische Schnittstelle für:
•
Ein Relay-SwitchAusgabegerät – zur Steuerung
externer Überwachungseinrichtungen und -dienste; z.
B. Bewegungsmelder,
akustische Alarme usw.
•
RS-485/422-Anschluss für
kipp- und schwenkbare Geräte
usw.
Hinweis Das mit der AXIS 2420 ausgelieferte Netzkabel ist landesspezifisch. Überprüfen Sie bitte unter
“Lieferumfang” auf Seite 74, dass Sie das richtige Netzteil verwenden.
Deutsch
Serieller RS-232-Anschluss
Ein einfacher 9-poliger
D-Sub-Stecker stellt die
serielle RS-232-Schnittstelle
für eine Modemverbindung
oder den Anschluss des AXIS
2191 Audiomoduls dar.
Informationen über den
Steckerausgang finden Sie
unter Appendix F - The Unit
Connectors.
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Montage der AXIS 2420
Die AXIS 2420 wird ohne Befestigungsbaugruppe oder Ständer geliefert. Für die
Befestigung der Kamera an der Baugruppe sind auf der oberen und unteren
Gehäuseoberfläche Schraublöcher für die einfache Wand- oder Deckenmontage
vorhanden.
Das Schraubloch hat einen inneren Durchmesser von 1/4 Zoll UNC (Grobgewinde).
Schraublöcher oben und unten.
Überprüfen des Lieferumfangs
Deutsch
Überprüfen Sie die mit der AXIS 2420 gelieferten Teile anhand der Liste unten und wenden
Sie sich an Ihren Händler, wenn etwas fehlen sollte oder beschädigt ist.
Teil
Bez./Alternativ
Bestellnummer
Teil
Bez./Alternativ
Bestellnummer
Netzwerk-Kamera
AXIS 2420 (PAL)
0127-001-01
Netzteil (PS-D)
Europa
14233
AXIS 2420 (NTSC)
0127-011-01
Großbritannien
14234
AXIS 2420 W/Lens
(PAL)
0127-101-01
Australien
14255
AXIS 2420 W/Lens
(NTSC)
0127-111-01
USA
14253
Null-Modemkabel
-
16954
Japan
14254
Terminal-Anschlüsse
x2
16817
Netzteil-Verlänge
rungskabel
3,3 Meter
15187
Dieses Dokument
AXIS 2420 User’s
Manual v2.0
18990
DC-Iris-Stecker
4-poliger
Stecker
18043
Datenträgertyp
AXIS NetworkCamera CD v2.0 (oder später)
Garantiekarte
-
18640
Netzwerk-Kamera
mit Objektiv
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• Macintosh Anwender- bitte lesen Sie Notes for Macintosh Users auf Seite 53.
• Einfach Installation mit dem AXIS IP Installer. Lesen Sie Using the AXIS IP Installer auf Seite 52.
• Schnelle Installation - Befolgen Sie die nachfolgenden Anweisungen.
❶
Setzen Sie die gewünschle Linse in die AXIS 2420 ein. Die
Linse raslet ein, indem Sie sie im Uhrzeigerfinn hineindrehen.
❷
Notieren Sie sich die auf der Unterseite der
Einheit angegebene Seriennummer. Sie benötigen sie zum Konfigurieren der IP-Adresse.
Seriennummer identisch mit
Ethernet-Nummer; z. B.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸Weisen Sie Ihrem Produkt mithilfe des für Ihr Betriebssystem geeigneten Verfahrens eine eindeutige
IP-Adresse von einem Computer in Ihrem Netzwerk aus zu. Gehen Sie folgendermaßen vor:
UNIX – Geben Sie die folgenden Befehle in die
Befehlszeile ein:
Syntax:
Syntax:
arp -s <Kamera-IP-Adresse> <Ethernet-Adresse> <eigene PC-IP-Adresse>
ping -t <Kamera-IP-Adresse>
arp -s <IP-Adresse> <Ethernet-Adresse> temp
ping <IP-Adresse>
Beispiel:
Beispiel:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86 172.21.1.193
ping -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping 172.21.1.200
Hinweis: Bei einigen Unix-Systemen kann sich der arp-Befehl in einem Verzeichnis befinden, das nicht im
Befehlspfads befinder.
Meldungen vom Typ "Request timed out...“ werden jetzt wiederholt im DOS-Fenster
angezeigt.
❹
Schließen Sie ein Ethernet-Kabel an Ihre AXIS
2420 an, und verbinden Sie es mit dem Netzwerk.
Netzwerkanschluss
RJ-45-Anschluss
Deutsch
Windows – Rufen Sie ein DOS-Fenster auf, und geben Sie folgende Befehle
ein:
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❺ Schließen Sie das externe Netzteil an die
Einheit an, und verbinden Sie es mit Ihrem
lokalen Stromnetz.
❻
Etwa 10-15 Sekunden nach dem Anschluss an das Stromnetz
wird die Meldung "Reply from 172.21.1.200...“
(oder eine ähnliche Meldung) im DOS-Fenster angezeigt.
Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Betriebsanzeige konstant leuchtet
und die Netzwerk-Anzeige in bestimmten Abständen blinkt.
❼ Verlassen Sie Ping. Die Installation ist jetzt abgeschlossen,
und Sie können von Ihrem Web-Browser aus auf die AXIS 2420
zugreifen. Dies wird im folgenden Abschnitt beschrieben.
Netzteilanschluss
Betriebsanzeige
(Power)
Netzwerkanzeige
(Network)
Überprüfen und Fertigstellen der Installation von Ihrem Browser aus
❶
Starten Sie Ihren Web-Browser und geben Sie
die IP-Adresse Ihrer AXIS 2420 in die Adresszeile
ein.
❷
Deutsch
Klicken Sie auf “Installation Wizard” (Installationsassistent).
Der Assistent führt Sie durch den weiteren Installationsvorgang
und hilft Ihnen beim Konfigurieren Ihrer Anwendung.
Wichtig!
• Bei Lieferung ist die AXIS 2420 auf offenen Zugriff eingestellt (anonyme Benutzer). Das Gerät wird mit vorkon-
•
figuriertem Benutzernamen und Kennwort geliefert, die auf "root" und "pass" eingestellt sind. Der Benutzername muss sofort geändert werden, um nicht-autorisierten Zugriff auf Admin Tools und/oder Bilder zu
verhindern, wie in den Sicherheitseinstellungen definiert.
Damit Bilder im Microsoft Internet Explorer aktualisiert werden, aktivieren Sie im Browser die
ActiveX-Steuerung und installieren einmalig die ActiveX-Komponente von Axis auf Ihrer Workstation. Wenn das
Herunterladen zusätzlicher Softwarekomponenten in Ihrer Arbeitsumgebung eingeschränkt oder unzulässig ist,
können Sie Ihre AXIS 2420 auch so konfigurieren, dass die Bilder mit einem Java-Applet aktualisiert werden.
Weitere Informationen zu diesem Thema finden Sie in der Online-Hilfe.
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Anschließen an ein Modem
In diesem Abschnitt wird beschrieben, wie Sie die AXIS 2420 an ein serielles Modem
anschließen, um Bilder über eine herkömmliche DFÜ-Verbindung zu übertragen.
Wichtig!
•
•
•
Obwohl im Folgenden die Konfiguration des AXIS 2420 über ein Null-Modemkabel beschrieben wird, wird empfohlen (falls möglich), das Gerät zuerst über ein Ethernet-Netzwerk zu installieren und zu konfigurieren.
Die Angaben und Bildschirmbeispiele dieses Abschnitts sind Windows NT-spezifisch. Obwohl die
DFÜ-Imple−mentierung in anderen Windows-Versionen auf ähnliche Weise erfolgt, können die Anweisungen in Dialogfel−dern anderer Betriebssysteme geringfügige Abweichungen aufweisen. Falls Sie ein anderes Betriebssystem
verwenden, finden Sie weiterführende Informationen zum Erstellen einer DFÜ-Modemverbindung in der jeweiligen Systemdokumentation.
Bevor Sie eine Verbindung über ein Modemkabel herstellen, müssen DFÜ-Netzwerk und TCP/IP ordnungsgemäß
installiert sein. Ausführliche Informationen dazu, wie Sie dies überprüfen können, finden Sie in der Microsoft
Windows-Hilfe.
Anschließen Ihres Computers über das Null-Modemkabel
❶
Verbinden Sie das mitgelieferte
Null- Modemkabel mit dem seriellen
Anschluss COM2 der AXIS 2420 und
dem COM-Anschluss Ihres Computers. ❷ Schließen Sie das Netzteil an
die AXIS 2420 an, und prüfen Sie, ob
die Betriebsanzeige leuchtet.
❸
Rufen Sie über das Startmenü die
Systemsteuerung auf, und doppelklicken Sie auf das Symbol Modems.
❹
Wenn bereits ein Standardmodem
eingerichtet ist und im Dialogfeld
“Modem-eigenschaften” (siehe Abb.
rechts) angezeigt wird, fahren Sie
direkt mit Schritt 8 fort.
❺
❻
Wählen Sie das Standard 28800
Modem in der angezeigten Modemliste
aus. Klicken Sie auf “Weiter”>.
❼ Wählen Sie den seriellen Anschluss aus, an den
die AXIS 2420 über das Null-Modemkabel angeschlossen ist. Klicken Sie auf “Weiter”>.
❽ Für die AXIS 2420 ist jetzt eine Standard-28800-Modemverbindung verfügbar.
Klicken Sie auf “Fertig stellen”, um das
Dialogfeld Modeminstallation zu schließen.
❾
Klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche “Eigenschaften”, um
zu überprüfen, ob der Kommunikationsanschluss ordnungsgemäß eingestellt ist, d. h. auf den Anschluss, an
den die AXIS 2420 angeschlossen ist. Klicken Sie auf “OK”.
❿ Klicken Sie auf “Schließen”.
Deutsch
Aktivieren Sie das Kontrollkästchen:
Modem auswählen (Keine automatische
Erkennung). Klicken Sie auf “Weiter”>.
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Erstellen einer DFÜ-Netzwerkverbindung
Führen Sie die folgenden Schritte aus, um eine DFÜ-Netzwerkverbindung zu Ihrer zu AXIS
2420 erstellen:
❶
Doppelklicken Sie auf Arbeitsplatz und anschließend auf
das Symbol DFÜ-Netzwerk.
❷
Doppelklicken Sie auf das
Symbol Neue Verbindung.
❸ Geben Sie einen Namen für die
Verbindung ein (AxisCamera wird
in den folgenden Beispielen als
Name verwendet).
❹
Wählen Sie in der Dropdown-Liste
das zuvor für die AXIS 2420 eingerichtete Standardmodem aus. Klicken
Sie auf “Konfigurieren...”.
❺
Stellen Sie die Maximale
Geschwindigkeit auf 115200 ein,
um die Leistung der AXIS 2420 bei
Verwendung eines Null-Modemkabels deutlich zu erhöhen.
❻ Klicken Sie auf “OK”, um
zum Dialogfeld Neue Verbindung zurückzukehren. Klicken
Sie auf “Weiter”>.
Deutsch
❼ Die im folgenden Dialogfeld anzugebenden Telefonnummern werden für die
logische Verbindung zu Ihrer AXIS 2420
nicht benötigt. Um eine Fehlermeldung
des Assistenten zu vermeiden, geben Sie
einfach eine beliebige Nummer in die
Felder Ortskennzahl, Telefonnummer und
Landeskennzahl ein. Klicken Sie auf
“Weiter”>.
❽
Sie haben jetzt die DFÜ-Netzwerkverbindung für Ihre AXIS 2420 erfolgreich
erstellt. Klicken Sie auf “Fertig stellen”.
Die DFÜ-Netzwerkverbindung wird nun angezeigt.
Sie können jetzt die Feinabstimmung der
DFÜ-Netzwerkeigenschaften, wie im folgenden
Abschnitt beschrieben, vornehmen.
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Feinabstimmung der DFÜ-Netzwerkeigenschaften
Nachdem Sie die DFÜ-Verbindung für Ihre AXIS 2420 erstellt haben, führen Sie die folgenden
Schritte aus, um eine Feinabstimmung der Verbindungseigenschaften vorzunehmen:
❶ Klicken Sie im Dialogfeld “DFÜ-Netzwerk” mit der rechten
Maustaste auf die DFÜ-Verbindung, die Sie zuvor für Ihren AXIS
2420 erstellt haben (AxisCamera ist die in den vorangehenden
Beispielen erstellte Verbindung). Klicken Sie auf “Eigenschaften”.
❺
Klicken Sie auf “TCP/IP-Einstellungen”, und
aktivieren Sie die Optionsfelder IP-Adresse, die
dem Server zugeordnet ist und Name-Server
Adressen, die dem Server zugeordnet sind.
❷ Klicken Sie auf die Registerkarte Servertypen. Wählen Sie in der Dropdown-Liste
PPP als Typ des DFÜ-Servers aus.
❸
Aktivieren Sie unter “Weitere Optionen”
das Kontrollkästchen Software-Komprimierung aktivieren. Alle anderen Kontrollkästchen bleiben deaktiviert.
❹ Aktivieren Sie im Feld Zulässige Netzwerkprotokolle das Kontrollkästchen “TCP/IP”. Die Kontrollkästchen “NetBEUI” und
“IPX/SPX” müssen deaktiviert sein.
❻ Aktivieren Sie die Kontrollkästchen IP-Vorspann und -Komprimierung verwenden und
Standard-Gateway auf dem Remote-Netzwerk
verwenden. Klicken Sie auf “OK”.
❼ Klicken Sie auf die Registerkarte Skriptverwaltung, und
vergewissern Sie sich, dass das Kontrollkästchen Terminalfenster minimiert starten aktiviert ist. Klicken Sie auf “OK”, um
das Dialogfeld mit den DFÜ-Netzwerkeigenschaften zu
schließen.
Aufbauen einer DFÜ-Verbindung
Wichtig!
Deutsch
Vergewissern Sie sich, dass das Null-Modemkabel ordnungsgemäß angeschlossen ist und die entsprechenden Verbindungseigenschaften fehlerfrei konfiguriert sind, bevor Sie eine DFÜ-Verbindung aufbauen.
Auf den folgenden Seiten dieses Abschnitts wird dieser Vorgang Schritt für Schritt beschrieben.
❶
Doppelklicken Sie auf Arbeitsplatz
und anschließend auf das Symbol
DFÜ-Netzwerk.
❷
Doppelklicken Sie auf das Symbol für
die DFÜ-Verbindung, die Sie zuvor für
Ihren AXIS 2420 erstellt haben (AxisCamera ist die in diesem und den vorangehenden Beispielen erstellte Verbindung).
❸
Geben Sie als “Benutzername” und
“Kennwort” die Standardwerte root
bzw. pass ein.
❹ Klicken Sie auf “Verbinden”, um die
DFÜ-Verbindung aufzubauen.
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Nachdem die DFÜ-Verbindung mithilfe des oben beschriebenen Verfahrens aufgebaut
wurde, können Sie die Integrität der Verbindung schnell und einfach überprüfen, indem
Sie über einen Standard-Web-Browser, wie z. B. Netscape oder Internet Explorer, auf die
AXIS 2420 zugreifen. Gehen Sie folgendermaßen vor:
abc.xyz
❶ Da die AXIS 2420 einen DNS-Server emuliert, können Sie einen beliebigen URL in die Adresszeile Ihres
Browsers eingeben, um die Home Page der AXIS 2420
wie unten angegeben aufzurufen.
❷ Konfigurieren Sie jetzt die AXIS 2420 mithilfe des
Installationsassistenten oder der Verwaltungsprogramme.
Scharfeinstellung der Kamera
Wenn Sie Ihre Videobilder vom gewählten Installationspunkt aus nicht sehen können, befolgen
Sie die folgenden Anleitungen, um eine gute Basis-Scharfeinstellung Ihrer AXIS 2420 zu erzielen:
❺
Drehen Sie das Objektiv nun langsam in Richtung Fernfokus bis die Statusanzeige grün zeigt,
d.h. eine gute Fokuseinstellung (>80%) erreicht ist.
❶ Schalten Sie die AXIS 2420 ein, und warten
Sie mindestens 10 Sekunden.
❷ Stellen sie den Fokus der AXIS 2420 auf unendlich (F, •).
Deutsch
Statusanzeige
❻ Kehren Sie zu Ihrer Browser-Anwendung zurück, und überprüfen Sie die
Bildqualität. Wiederholen Sie Schritt 5
nur, wenn Ihnen die Brennweite zu
groß erscheint. Sie können ihn so oft
wiederholen, bis Sie mit der Brennweite
und der Scharfeinstellung zufrieden
sind.
❸ Starten Sie den Fokusassistenten: Drücken Sie die Kontrolltaste mit Hilfe eines
spitzen Gegenstands und
halten Sie diese gedrückt bis
die Statusanzeige gelb blinkt.
Kontrolltaste
❹
Drehen Sie das Objektiv
ganz auf Nahfokus (N).
❼
Zum Verlassen des Assistenten für die Fokussierung drücken Sie die Kontroll-Taste, bis die Statusanzeige gelb blinkt. Wenn der Assistent für die
Fokussierung beendet ist, leuchtet die Statusanzeige grün.
Für weilerführende Information über Linsen und Scharfeinstellung lesen Sie bitte Lenses and
Advanced Focusing auf Seite 54.
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Werkseitige Standardeinstellungen
Unter bestimmten Umständen kann es erforderlich sein, die werkseitigen
Standardeinstellungen Ihrer AXIS 2420 wiederherzustellen. Klicken Sie dazu auf die
entsprechende Schaltfläche in den Verwaltungsprogrammen, oder drücken Sie die
Kontroll-Taste.
Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen, um die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen mithilfe der
Kontroll-Taste wiederherzustellen:
1. Schalten Sie die AXIS 2420 aus, indem Sie das Netzkabel ziehen.
2. Drücken Sie mit einem geeigneten spitzen Gegenstand die Kontroll-Taste und halten
Sie sie gedrückt, während Sie das Netzkabel wieder einstecken.
3. Halten Sie die Kontroll-Taste gedrückt, bis die Statusanzeige gelb leuchtet (dies kann
bis zu 15 Sekunden dauern). Lassen Sie die Kontroll-Taste los. Die Statusanzeige
leuchtet nach max. 1 Minute grün, und in der AXIS 2420 sind jetzt wieder die
werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen geladen.
Hinweis: Beim Wiederherstellen der ursprünglichen Standardeinstellungen werden alle Parameter, inklu-
Deutsch
sive IP-Adresse, zurückgesetzt.
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Description du Materiel
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Description du Materiel
Lisez les informations ci-dessous pour vous familiariser avec la caméra AXIS 2420, en
portant particulièrement attention à l’emplacement des connecteurs et des voyants. Ces
informations constituent une référence utile lors de l’installation du produit.
Panneau avant
Voyant d’état
Utilisé conjointement avec l’assistant de mise au point, le voyant multicolore facilite la mise au point locale
(voir la section Mise au point de votre caméra, à la page 90). Cependant, dans des conditions normales, ce
voyant définit l’état opérationnel de la caméra, comme cela est décrit ci-dessous :
•
vert - le voyant clignote brièvement et s’affiche momentanément en orange pendant les
sous-programmes de mise en route et d’auto-test. Il doit ensuite normalement s’afficher en vert pour
indiquer un état d’unité correct.
•
rouge - le voyant ne s’affiche en rouge qu’en cas de problème de la caméra AXIS 2420. Reportez-vous
à la section Appendix A - Troubleshooting.
Remarque : L'indicateur d'état peut aussi clignoter lorsqu'une image est prise. Veuillez consulter l'aide en
ligne pour plus d'informations.
CCD
Utilisé pour la capture
d’images, le capteur CCD
est très sensible à la
poussière ou à la saleté.
Français
Bague de montage CS
Prend en charge tous les
objectifs de type CS ou C
(avec un adaptateur CS-C
approprié).
Bouton Control
Situé à gauche de l’objectif, ce bouton est placé en retrait dans le boîtier du produit.
En vous aidant d’un objet pointu, appuyez sur ce bouton pour restaurer les paramètres
d’usine par défaut, comme cela est décrit dans la section Restauration des paramètres
d’usine par défaut à la page 91, et pour activer l’assistant de mise au point, comme
cela est décrit dans la section Using The Focus Assistant, à la page 55.
Bague de maintien
Fixez la bague de maintien
sur le châssis. Ne réglez la
bague de montage CS que si
vous souhaitez régler le foyer
arrière. Pour plus de détails,
reportez-vous à la section
Adjusting the Back Focus à la
page 59.
Numéro de série
Situé sous la caméra
AXIS 2420, le numéro
de série est identique à
l’adresse Ethernet de
l’unité.
Important!
Si vous utilisez la caméra AXIS 2420 en extérieur, celle-ci doit être protégée dans un coffret étanche et
équipée d’un objectif à diaphragme DC afin de réguler automatiquement la quantité de lumière entrant dans
la caméra. Une exposition prolongée à la lumière directe du soleil ou à une lumière halogène endommage le
capteur CCD. Axis vous recommande donc de faire très attention si vous installez votre produit dans un
environnement très ensoleillé. Le non-respect de cette consigne peut entraîner l'annulation de la garantie de
votre produit. L'AXIS 2420 W/Lens est fournit avec un objectif DC-Iris en standard.
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Panneau arrière
Connecteur
d’alimentation
Connecteur PS-D pour la
connexion de l’alimentation
de la caméra AXIS 2420.
Connecteur réseau
La caméra AXIS 2420 est conçue
pour les réseaux Ethernet 10
Mbit/s et Fast Ethernet 100
Mbit/s et se connecte au réseau à
l’aide d’un câble à paire torsadée
de catégorie 5 (10baseT et
100baseTX), terminé par un
connecteur RJ-45 standard.
Compatible NWAY, la caméra
AXIS 2420 détecte la vitesse du
segment de réseau local et
adapte la vitesse des
communications de données en
conséquence (entre 10 Mbit/s et
100 Mbit/s).
Connecteur I/O-A
Fournit l’interface physique vers une entrée
numérique à couplage optique qui permet de
connecter de nombreux périphériques
d’alarmes externes à la caméra AXIS 2420, y
compris des commutateurs et des capteurs de
température. En association avec les fonctions
d’alarme configurables, vous pouvez
développer rapidement de nombreuses
applications de sécurité déclenchées par des
événements temporels ou basés sur des
alarmes. Le connecteur peut également être
utilisé comme point de connexion pour une
alimentation en courant continu de l’unité ou à
partir de celle-ci. Pour obtenir des informations
sur le brochage, reportez-vous à la section
Appendix F - The Unit Connectors.
Connecteur Video Out
Grâce à un connecteur BNC
standard, cette sortie permet à
la caméra AXIS 2420 d’être
directement connectée aux
systèmes CCTV traditionnels.
Elle peut également être
utilisée pour la mise au point
de la caméra dans des lieux où
il vous est impossible de
visualiser directement les
images sur un poste de travail.
Voyant d’alimentation
Il est normalement
allumé lorsque l'unité est
sous tension. S’il est
éteint ou s’il clignote, il
signale une défaillance
de la caméra ou un
problème d’alimentation
électrique externe.
Connecteur de diaphragme DC
Grâce à une prise en charge complète
des diaphragmes DC, vous pouvez
monter tout diaphragme DC standard
pour les applications en extérieur.
Si vous souhaitez utiliser ce type de
diaphragme, ce connecteur fournit
l’alimentation et les signaux de
commande nécessaires.
Voyant réseau
Après exécution des
sous-programmes de mise en
route et d’auto-test, ce voyant
multicolore clignote de
manière indépendante, comme
cela est indiqué ci-dessous :
•
jaune - activité sur un
réseau 10 Mbit/s
•
vert - activité sur un
réseau 100 Mbit/s
•
rouge - absence de
connexion physique avec
le réseau
Connecteur I/O-B
Il fournit l’interface physique vers:
•
1 sortie de commutateur à
relais - utilisée pour le
contrôle des services et des
périphériques de surveillance
externe, par exemple des
annonciateurs lumineux, des
alarmes sonores, etc.
•
un port RS-485/422 pour la
connexion de dispositifs de
tourelle universelle, etc.
Remarque: Le bloc d’alimentation fourni avec votre caméra AXIS 2420 est propre à chaque pays.
Reportez-vous à la liste du matériel à la page 84 et assurez-vous que vous utilisez le type de
source d’alimentation approprié.
Français
Connecteur série RS-232
Un seul connecteur sub-D 9
broches fournit une interface
série RS-232 pour une
connexion modem ou au
module audio AXIS 2191. Pour
obtenir des informations sur le
brochage, reportez-vous à la
section Appendix F - The Unit
Connectors.
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Fixation de la caméra AXIS 2420
La caméra AXIS 2420 est livrée sans support de montage, ni pied. Des trous de vis
permettant de fixer la caméra sont fournis à la fois sur les surfaces supérieures et
inférieures de l’unité, pour une installation facile sur un mur ou encore au plafond.
Ces trous se caractérisent par une dimension interne de ¼" UNC.
Trous de vis sur la surface
supérieure et sur la base
Vérification de la liste du matériel
Français
Vérifiez les éléments fournis avec votre caméra AXIS 2420 par rapport à la liste ci-dessous.
Adressez-vous à votre revendeur si l’un des éléments manque ou est détérioré.
Elément
Titre/Modèles
Références
Elément
Titre/Modèles
Références
Caméra de réseau
AXIS 2420 (PAL)
0127-001-01
PSU (PS-D)
Europe
14233
AXIS 2420 (NTSC)
0127-011-01
Royaume-Uni
14234
Caméra de réseau avec
objectif
AXIS 2420 W/Lens (PAL)
0127-101-01
Australie
14255
AXIS 2420 W/Lens
(NTSC)
0127-111-01
Etats-Unis
14253
Câble Null Modem
-
16954
Japon
14254
Connecteur de
diaphragme DC
Mâle 4 broches
18043
Prolongateur de
câble pour PS
3,3 mètres
15187
Ce document
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
v2.0
18990
Garantie
-
18640
Support disque
AXIS Network Camera CD v2.0 (ou suivante)
Connecteurs
d’entreés/sorties
x2
16817
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Installation sur un réseau
• Macintosh - Veuillez vous référez à Notes for Macintosh Users à la page 53.
• Installation simple - Utilisez l'AXIS IP Installer. Voir Using the AXIS IP Installer à la page 52.
• Installation rapide - Utilisez le guide ci-dessous pour installer rapidement votre serveur AXIS 2420 dans
un réseau Ethernet:
❶
Installez l'objectif de votre choix sur l'AXIS 2420.
L'objectif s'installe en tournant la bague dans le sens
des aiguilles d'une montre.
❷
Notez le numéro de série sous l’unité. Vous en
aurez besoin pour définir l’adresse IP.
Numéro de série identique au
numéro Ethernet ; par ex.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸ En utilisant une méthode appropriée pour votre système d’exploitation, attribuez à votre
produit une adresse IP unique à partir d’un ordinateur de votre réseau:
Windows uniquement - Ouvrez une fenêtre DOS et saisissez les
commandes suivantes :
UNIX uniquement - Saisissez les commandes
suivantes sur la ligne de commande:
Syntaxe :
Syntaxe :
arp -s <adresse IP camera> <adresse Ethernet> <adresse IP de mon PC>
ping -t <adresse IP camera>
arp -s <adresse IP> <adresse Ethernet> temp
ping <adresse IP>
Exemple :
Exemple :
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86 172.21.1.193
ping -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping 172.21.1.200
Remarque: Sous certains systèmes Unix, la commande arp peut être située dans un répertoire qui n’est pas
Vous voyez maintenant apparaître des messages ’Request timed out ...’ de manière
répétée dans la fenêtre DOS.
❹
Connectez un câble Ethernet à votre AXIS 2420,
puis reliez-le au réseau.
Connecteur réseau
Connecteur RJ-45
Français
dans le chemin des commandes.
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❺ Connectez l’adaptateur secteur externe à l’unité et branchez-le
sur une source de courant secteur.
❻ Approximativement 10 à 15 secondes après la connexion de l’alimentation, le message ’Reply from 172.21.1.200...’ ou
similaire, est renvoyé dans la fenêtre DOS. Assurez-vous que le voyant d’alimentation est allumé et que le voyant réseau clignote par
intermittence.
Connecteur
d’alimentation
❼ Appuyez sur Control-C pour sortir de la commande ping.
L’installation est maintenant terminée et vous pouvez
accéder au serveur AXIS 2420 à partir de votre navigateur
Web, comme cela est décrit dans la section suivante.
Voyant d’alimentation
Voyant réseau
Vérification de l’installation à partir de votre navigateur
Suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour accéder à la page d’accueil du serveur AXIS 2420
dans votre navigateur Web:
❶
Lancez votre navigateur Web et entrez l’adresse
IP de votre serveur AXIS 2420dans la zone
d’adresse:
❷ Cliquez sur le bouton Installation Wizard. L’assistant vous
guide à travers les procédures d’installation restantes et vous
aide à configurer votre application.
Français
Important!
• A la livraison, l'AXIS 2420 est configuré en accès libre (utilisateurs anonymes). L'unité est livrée avec
un nom et mot de passe d'administrateur préconfigurés, definis respectivement par root et pass. Le
mot de passe de l'administrateur doit être modifié immédiatement pour éviter des accès nonautorisés aux outils d'administration et/ou aux images, comme défini dans les paramètres e sécurité.
• Pour permettre la mise à jour des images dans Microsoft Internet Explorer, paramétrez votre navigateur de manière à autoriser les contrôles ActiveX et installez un composant ActiveX Axis sur votre station de travail (l’installation ne doit être effectuée qu’une seule fois). Cependant, si votre
environnement de travail limite ou interdit le téléchargement de composants logiciels supplémentaires, vous pouvez aussi configurer votre serveur AXIS 2420 de sorte qu’il utilise un applet Java pour
la mise à jour des images. Pour plus d’informations sur ce sujet, reportez-vous à l’aide enligne.
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Installation par l’intermédiaire d’un modem
Les informations de cette section expliquent comment connecter le serveur AXIS 2420 à un modem
série en vue de transmettre des images sur une connexion d’accès réseau à distance normale.
Important!
•
•
•
Bien que les instructions de configuration du serveur AXIS 2420 à l’aide d’un câble null modem soient fournies ci-dessous, nous vous conseillons, dans la mesure du possible, d’installer et de configurer initialement l’unité par l’intermédiaire d’un réseau Ethernet.
Les informations et exemples d’écran présentés dans cette section sont spécifiques à Windows NT. Bien que les mises
en oeuvre de l'accès à distance soient similaires dans les autres versions de Windows, de légères différences dans les
boites de dialogues peuvent survenir dans les autres systèmes d'exploitation. Reportez-vous à la documentation de
votre système pour plus d’informations sur la création d’une connexion d’accès réseau à distance par modem si vous
utilisez un autre système d’exploitation.
L’Accès réseau à distance Windows et TCP/IP doivent être correctement installés avant de connecter les câbles du modem. Le
cas échéant, vérifiez votre installation en vous reportant aux instructions fournies dans l’aide de Windows.
Connexion de votre ordinateur à l’aide d’un câble "Null Modem"
❸
❶ Connectez le câble Null modem fourni
entre le connecteur série COM2 du
serveur AXIS 2420 et le port COM de
votre ordinateur.
À partir du menu Démarrer, ouvrez le
Panneau de configuration et double-cliquez sur l’icône Modems.
❹ Si un modem standard est déjà configuré et affiché dans la boîte de dialogue Propriétés Modem (voir à droite),
passez directement à l’étape 8.
❷
Connectez l’alimentation au serveur
AXIS 2420 et assurez-vous que le voyant
d’alimentation est allumé.
❺
Cochez la case: Ne pas détecter le
modem ; sélection dans une liste. Cliquez
sur Suivant>.
❻
❼
❽
Une connexion modem Standard
28800 est à présent disponible pour
le serveur AXIS 2420. Cliquez sur
Terminer pour fermer l’assistant
Installer un nouveau modem.
❿
Cliquez sur Fermer.
Sélectionnez le port série auquel votre serveur
AXIS 2420 est maintenant connecté par le câble
Null Modem. Cliquez sur Suivant>.
❾
Cliquez sur le bouton Propriétés pour vous assurer
que le Port de communications affiché est correctement configuré. Il doit être réglé sur le même port
que celui auquel vous avez connecté le serveur AXIS
2420. Cliquez sur OK.
Français
Sélectionnez le modem Standard
28800 bps dans la liste de modems
affichée. Cliquez sur Suivant>.
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Création d’une connexion d’accès réseau à distance
Suivez les étapes ci-dessous pour créer une connexion d’accès réseau à distance dédiée
pour votre produit:
❶ Double-cliquez sur Poste de
travail puis double-cliquez sur
l’icône Accès réseau à distance.
❷ Double-cliquez sur l’icône
Nouvelle connexion.
❸ Donnez un nom à la connexion
(les exemples qui suivent utilisent
le nom AxisCamera).
❹
Dans la zone de liste déroulante,
sélectionnez le modem standard
créé précédemment pour le serveur
AXIS 2420. Cliquez sur Configurer...
❺ Pour améliorer la performance
de votre serveur AXIS 2420 lorsque vous utilisez le câble Null
Modem, réglez la Vitesse maximale sur 115200.
❻ Cliquez sur OK pour retourner à la
Français
boîte de dialogue Nouvelle connexion. Cliquez sur Suivant>.
❼ Les numéros de téléphone demandés
dans cette boîte de dialogue ne sont pas
nécessaires pour l’utilisation de la connexion logique vers votre serveur AXIS 2420.
Pour contourner la correction d’erreur de
l’assistant, entrez simplement un numéro
fictif dans les zones Indicatif, Numéro de
téléphone et Code pays. Cliquez sur Suivant>.
❽
Vous avez maintenant terminé la création de la connexion d’accès réseau à distance dédiée de votre AXIS 2420. Cliquez
sur Terminer.
La connexion d’Accès réseau à distance est
maintenant affichée. Vous pouvez à présent
affiner les propriétés de l’Accès réseau à
distance, comme cela est décrit dans la section suivante.
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Paramétrage des propriétés de l’accès réseau à distance
Une fois la connexion d’accès réseau à distance de votre serveur AXIS 2420 créée, suivez
les étapes ci-dessous pour affiner les propriétés de la connexion :
❶ Dans la boîte de dialogue Accès réseau à distance, cliquez avec
le bouton droit sur la connexion d’accès réseau à distance dédiée
créée précédemment pour votre serveur AXIS 2420 (AxisCamera
dans notre exemple). Sélectionnez Propriétés.
❺
Cliquez sur Paramètres TCP/IP et
sélectionnez les boutons radio Adresse
IP attribuée par serveur et Adresses de
serveur de nom attribuées par serveur.
❷ Cliquez sur l’onglet Types de serveur.
Dans la zone de liste déroulante, sélectionnez
PPP comme Type de Serveur d’accès distant.
❸
Dans la zone Options avancées, cochez la
case Activer la compression logicielle. Toutes
les autres options doivent rester non cochées.
❻ Cochez les options Utiliser la compression
d’en-tête IP et Utiliser la passerelle par défaut
pour le réseau distant. Cliquez sur OK
❹ Dans la zone Protocoles réseau autorisés,
cochez la case TCP/IP. Les cases NetBEUI et
IPX/SPX ne doivent pas être cochées.
❼
Cliquez sur l’onglet Script et assurez-vous que l’option
Démarrer avec un écran minimisé est cochée. Cliquez sur
OK pour quitter les propriétés de l’Accès réseau à distance.
Démarrage de la connexion d’accès réseau à distance
Important!
Assurez-vous que le câble Null Modem est correctement installé et que les propriétés de la connexion sont
correctement configurées avant de lancer une connexion d’accès à distance. Reportez-vous aux pages
précédentes de cette section pour des instructions de configuration détaillées.
❷
Double-cliquez sur l’icône de connexion d’accès à distance créée précédemment pour votre serveur AXIS 2420
(AxisCamera dans notre exemple).
❸
Entrez un Nom d’utilisateur et un Mot
de passe en utilisant les valeurs par défaut
root et pass respectivement.
❹ Cliquez sur Connecter pour lancer la
connexion d’accès à distance.
Français
❶ Double-cliquez sur Poste de travail puis double-cliquez sur l’icône
Accès réseau à distance.
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Vérification de la connexion modem
Après avoir lancé votre connexion d’accès à distance, comme cela est décrit ci-dessus, vous
pouvez rapidement vérifier l’intégrité de la connexion en accédant à votre serveur AXIS 2420 à
partir d’un navigateur Web standard, tel que Netscape (4.x) ou Internet Explorer (4.x/5.x):
abc.xyz
❶ Comme le serveur AXIS 2420 émule un serveur DNS,
tapez une URL (contenant un point) quelconque dans
la zone Adresse de votre navigateur pour afficher la
Page d’accueil de votre serveur AXIS 2420.
❷
Cliquez sur le bouton Assistant d’installation (ou utilisez les
outils d’administration) pour configurer le serveur AXIS 2420
en vue de son utilisation avec le modem choisi.
Mise au point de votre caméra
Si vous ne parvenez pas à visualiser vos images vidéo directement à partir de votre point
d'installation, suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour obtenir un niveau de mise au point correct de
votre caméra AXIS 2420:
❶ Mettez la caméra AXIS 2420 sous tension et attendez au moins 10 secondes.
❺ Enfin, tournez lentement l'occu-
❷ Réglez l'occulaire sur l'infini (F, •).
laire vers l'infini jusqu'à ce que la
diode s'éclaire en vert, correspondant à un focus optimal (>80%).
Indicateur de status
Français
❸
Activez l'assistant de
réglage de la focale: utilisez un objet pointu et
maintenez le bouton de
contrôle appuyé jusqu'à
ce que l’indicateur de
status clignote en jaune.
❻ Revenez dans votre navigateur et
examinez la qualité de l'image.
Répétez l'étape 5 uniquement si
vous estimez que la distance focale
est trop éloignée, jusqu'à ce que
vous soyez satisfait à la fois par la
distance et par la qualité de la mise
au point.
❹ Réglez l'occulaire sur la
focale minimale (N).
Bouton de contrôle
❼
Pour quitter l'assistant de mise au point: appuyez sur le bouton
Control et maintenez-le enfoncé jusqu'à ce que le voyant d'état
clignote avec une couleur jaune. Le voyant d'état s'affiche en vert
lorsque l'assistant de mise au point est fermé.
Pour plus d'informations concernant les objectifs et la mise au point, veuillez consulter Lenses and
Advanced Focusing à la page 54.
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Restauration des paramètres d’usine par défaut
Dans certaines circonstances, il peut être nécessaire de restaurer les paramètres par défaut
(Factory Default) de votre caméra AXIS 2420. Pour cela, cliquez sur le bouton approprié
dans la fenêtre Administration Tools, ou appuyez sur le bouton Control. Suivez les
instructions ci-dessous pour restaurer les valeurs d'usine par défaut des paramètres de
votre caméra, en utilisant le bouton Control.
1. Mettez le serveur AXIS 2420 hors tension en débranchant le cordon d’alimentation.
2. Tout en appuyant sur le bouton Control, reconnectez le cordon d’alimentation secteur.
3. Continuez à maintenir le bouton Control enfoncé jusqu’à ce que le voyant d’état
s’affiche en jaune (notez que cela peut demander jusqu’à 15 secondes), puis relâchez le
bouton. Lorsque le voyant d’état s’affiche en vert (ce qui peut prendre une minute)
l’AXIS 2420 aura alors restauré les paramètres d’usine.
Remarque: La restauration des paramètres d’usine par defaut réinitialise tous les paramètres, adresse
Français
internet incluses.
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Descripción física
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Descripción física
Lea la información siguiente para familiarizarse con la AXIS 2420, haciendo especial
atención en el lugar en el que están situados los conectores e indicadores. Esta sección
proporciona una útil referencia cuando se instala el producto.
Panel frontal
Indicador de estado
Utilizado junto con el asistente de foco, este indicador multicolor puede utilizarse como ayuda de
enfoque local (consulte Enfocando la cámara en la página 100). Sin embargo, en condiciones
normales, este indicador define el estado operativo de la cámara, según se describe a continuación:
•
verde - el indicador destella brevemente y aparece momentáneamente en naranja durante las
rutinas de inicio y autoevaluación. El indicador aparece luego en verde para indicar un estado de
unidad correcto
•
rojo - el indicador aparecerá en rojo sólo si se ha producido un problema en la AXIS 2420.
Consulte Appendix A - Troubleshooting.
Nota: El indicador de estado también puede iluminarse cuando las imágenes son mostradas en el
Navegador. Consulte la ayuda online para mas información.
CCD
Utilizado para capturar
imágenes, el dispositivo
acoplado por carga es
muy sensible a la
suciedad o al polvo.
Anillo de montura CS
Adapta cualquier lente de
tipo CS o lente C (cuando
se utiliza con un adaptador
CS-C adecuado).
Botón de control
Situado a la izquierda del ensamblaje de la lente; este botón está incorporado en la
caja del producto. Usando un objeto puntiagudo, pulse este botón para recuperar los
parámetros de fábrica por defecto, tal y como se describe en Incluir los parámetros por
defecto, en la página 101; y para habilitar el asistente de foco, tal y como se describe
en Using The Focus Assistant, en la página 55.
Anillo de cierre
Ajuste el anillo de cierre
al chasis. Ajuste el anillo
de montura CS sólo si
quiere ajustar el foco de
fondo. Consulte
Adjusting the Back
Focus en la página 59
para más información.
Número de serie
Situado en la cara
inferior de la AXIS
2420, el número de
serie es idéntico al de
la dirección Ethernet
de la unidad.
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¡Importante!
Si está utilizando la AXIS 2420 en una aplicación al aire libre, debe guardarla en una caja resistente a la
intemperie y equiparse con una lente DC-Iris para regular automáticamente la cantidad de luz que entra en
la cámara. La exposición prolongada a la luz solar o a luz halógena directa dañará el CCD. Por consiguiente,
Axis recomienda extremar las precauciones cuando instale el producto bajo una luz solar fuerte. De no
hacerlo así, la garantía del producto puede quedar anulada. La AXIS 2420 W/Lens es suministrada con una
lente DC-iris.
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Panel posterior
Para información del pinout,
consulte Appendix F - The Unit
Connectors.
Conector de fuente de
alimentación
Conector PS-D para conectar
la fuente de alimentación de
la AXIS 2420.
Indicador de corriente
Normalmente iluminado
cuando se aplica corriente.
Si no está encendido, o
destella, hay un problema
en la cámara o en la
fuente de alimentación
externa.
Conector DC-Iris
Incluyendo todo el soporte DC-Iris,
usted puede acoplar cualquier lente
estándar DC Iris para aplicaciones al
aire libre.
Este conector proporciona el poder y
el control de la señal necesarios para
una lente estándar DC-Iris, en el
caso de que quiera usar una.
Nota:
Conector de red
La AXIS 2420 se ha diseñado
para redes Ethernet de 10 Mbps
y Fast Ethernet de 100 Mbps y
se conecta a la red a través de
un cable de par trenzado de
categoría 5 (10baseT y
100baseTX), terminado usando
un conector RJ-45 estándar.
Soportando NWAY, la AXIS
2420 detecta la velocidad del
segmento de red local y varía la
velocidad de comunicación de
datos en función de esto (entre
10 Mbps y 100 Mbps).
Conector I/O-A
Proporciona la interfaz física para una
entrada única de imagen acoplada que se
utiliza para conectar diversos dispositivos
de alarma externos a la AXIS 2420,
incluyendo sensores de temperatura y
clavijas. Junto con las instalaciones de
alarma configurables, rápidamente puede
desarrollar diversas aplicaciones de
seguridad que se disparan en función de la
hora o de la alarma. El conector puede
usarse también como un punto de conexión
alternativo para la fuente DC de y hacia la
unidad. Para información del pinout,
consulte Appendix F - The Unit Connectors.
Conector de salida de
vídeo
A través de un conector BNC
estándar, esta salida permite
conectar directamente la
AXIS 2420 a sistemas CCTV
tradicionales. Además, puede
utilizarse para ajustar el foco
de la cámara en ubicaciones
en las que usted no pueda
ver directamente las
imágenes desde una estación
de trabajo.
Indicador de red
Después de completar las rutinas
de inicio y autoevaluación, este
indicador multicolor destella
independientemente, de la forma
siguiente:
•
amarillo - actividad con una
red de 10Mbps
•
verde - actividad con una
red de 100Mbps
•
rojo – sin conexión física a
la red.
Conector I/O-B
Proporciona la interfaz física para:
•
1 salida de clavija relé utilizada para el control de
dispositivos y servicios de
vigilancia externa; por ejemplo,
anunciadores luminosos,
alarmas audibles, etc.
•
Puerto RS-485/422 para
conectar dispositivos pan tilt,
etc.
La fuente de alimentación que se ofrece con su AXIS 2420 depende del país. Remítase al
Inventario de hardware en la página 94 y compruebe que esta utilizando el tipo correcto de
fuente de alimentación.
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Conector de serie RS-232
Un único conector 9-pin
D-sub proporciona la interfaz
en serie RS-232 para la
conexión de un módem o para
la Axis2191 Modulo de audio.
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Montar la AXIS 2420
La AXIS 2420 se suministra sin una base o ensamblaje de montaje. En las superficies
superior e inferior de la unidad hay agujeros roscados para sujetar la cámara a un
ensamblaje, para instalarla fácilmente en una pared o en un techo.
El agujero roscado tienen una dimensión interna de 1/4" UNC.
Agujeros roscados en la parte
superior y en la base.
Comprobar el inventario de hardware
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Compruebe los elementos suministrados con la AXIS 2420 frente a la siguiente lista y
contacte con su representante si hay alguno que no esté o que esté dañado.
Elemento
Título/Variantes
Referencias
Elemento
Título/Variantes
Referencias
Cámara de red
AXIS 2420 (PAL)
0127-001-01
PSU (PS-D)
Europa
14233
AXIS 2420 (NTSC)
0127-011-01
R.U.
14234
Cámara de red con
lente
AXIS 2420 W/Lens (PAL)
0127-101-01
AXIS 2420 W/Lens (NTSC)
0127-111-01
Cable de módem nulo
-
16954
Australia
14255
Cable de extensión
para PS
3,3 metros
15187
EE.UU.
14253
Conector DC-Iris
macho de 4 pin
18043
Japón
14254
Este documento
AXIS 2420 User’s Manual
v2.0
18990
Documento
de garantía
-
18640
Disco Media
AXIS Network Camera CD v2.0 (o posteriores)
Conectadores
terminales
x2
16817
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Instalación de la cámara a una red
• Si Usted utiliza Macintosh - Consulte Notes for Macintosh Users en la página 53.
• Instalación sencilla - Utilize AXIS IP Installer. Consulte Using the AXIS IP Installer en la página 52.
• Instalación rápida - Siga las instrucciones debajo para instalar la AXIS 2420 en una red Ethernet.
❶
Monte su lente preferida en la AXIS 2420. Fije su lente
rotandola en dirección a favor del reloj.
❷ Fíjese en el número de serie de la parte inferior de la unidad. Debe saberlo para establecer
la dirección IP
Es el mismo número
que el de serie:
Número Ethernet; p. ej.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
Utilice un método adecuado para su sistema operativo, asignando a su producto una dirección
IP única desde un ordenador a su red, de la forma siguiente:
❸
sólo Windows - Inicie una ventana de DOS y teclee estos comandos:
Sintaxis:
sólo UNIX - Teclee estos comandos:
Sintaxis:
arp -s <Dirección IP camara> <dirección Ethernet> <mi dirección IP de PC>
ping -t <dirección IP camara>
arp -s <dirección IP> <dirección Ethernet> temp
ping <dirección IP>
Ejemplo:
Ejemplo:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86 172.21.1.193
ping -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping 172.21.1.200
Nota:
En algunos sistemas Unix, el comando arp puede situarse en un directorio que no está en la ruta
comando.
Mensajes de ‘Request time out ...’, aparecen repetidamente en la ventana de DOS.
❹ Conecte un cable Ethernet a su AXIS 2420
y conéctela a la red.
Conector RJ-45
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❺ Conecte la fuente de alimentación externa
a la unidad y conéctela a la red local.
❻ Aproximadamente 10
o 15 segundos después de haber
conectado la fuente de alimentación, elmensaje ‘Contestar desde 172.21.1.200...’ - o similar vuelve
a aparecer en la ventana de DOS. Asegúrese de que el
indicador de corriente está encendido de forma permanente
y de que el indicador de red destella intermitentemente.
❼ Pulse Control-C para salir de ping. La instalación se ha completado y ahora puede acceder a la AXIS 2420 desde su buscador de
web, tal como se describe en la sección siguiente.
Fuente de alimentación
Conector
Indicador de corriente
Indicador de red
Verificando la instalación desde su buscador
❶ Inicie su buscador de web e introduzca la dirección IP de su AXIS 2420 en el campo ubicación/dirección, tal y como aparece a continuación.
❷ Haga clic en el botón del asistente de instalación. El
asistente le guía por los procedimientos de instalación
restantes y le ayudará a configurar su aplicación.
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¡Importante!
• Para su venta, AXIS 2420 esta configurada para ser públicamente accedida (usando 'anonymous' ). La
unidad también esta configurada para poder acceder a ella como Administrador, usando el nombre
de usuario y la contraseña 'root' y 'pass' respectivamente. La contraseña del Administrador debe de
ser cambiada inmediatamente para prevenir el acceso sin autorización a la administración y a las
imágenes. Luego de hacerlo, cierre y vuelva a abrir su navegador para asegurar que los nuevos
parámetros han sido registrados.
• Para permitir la actualización de imágenes en Microsoft Internet Explorer, configure el buscador para
activar los controles ActiveX y hacer una única instalación del componente Axis' ActiveX en su estación de trabajo. Sin embargo, si su entorno de trabajo restringe o prohíbe la descarga de componentes de software adicionales, puede configurar alternativamente su AXIS 2420para utilizar una
applet de Java para actualizar las imágenes. Para más información, consulte la ayuda en línea.
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Instalación de la cámara a un módem
La información de esta sección describe cómo conectar la AXIS 2420 a un módem de serie
para transmitir imágenes a través de una conexión con marcación directa normal.
¡Importante!
•
•
•
Aunque las instrucciones para configurar la AXIS 2420 usando un cable de módem nulo aparecen a continuación, se recomienda que (si es posible) la unidad se instale y configure inicialmente sobre una red Ethernet.
La información y los ejemplos de pantalla descritos en esta sección son específicos de Windows NT. Aunque la
implementación de la marcación directa para otras versiones Windows es similar, las instrucciones de diálogo de
otros sistemas operativos pueden presentar pequeñas diferencias. Si está usando otro sistema operativo, consulte la información del sistema para más información acerca de cómo crear una conexión de módem con marcación
directa.
El acceso telefónico a redes y TCP/IP de Windows deben estar instalados correctamente antes de conectar el
módem. En la Ayuda de Windows aparece información detallada acerca de cómo comprobar esto.
Conectar su ordenador usando el Cable de módem nulo
❶ Conecte el cable de módem nulo suministrado entre el conector de serie COM1
de la AXIS 2420 y el puerto COM de su
ordenador. ❷ Conecte la fuente de alimentación a la AXIS 2420 y compruebe
que el Indicador de corriente está encendido.
❸
Desde el menú Inicio, abra el
Panel de control y haga doble
clic en el icono Módems.
❹
Si ya hay un módem estándar
configurado y éste aparece en el
diálogo Propiedades del módem
(vea derecha) debería pasar
directamente al paso 8.
❺
Active la casilla de verificación: No
detectar el módem, lo seleccionaré de
una lista. Haga clic en Siguiente>.
❻
Seleccione el módem estándar 28800
de la lista de módems. Haga clic en Siguiente>.
❼
❿ Haga clic en Cerrar.
❾ Haga clic en el botón Propiedades para comprobar
finalmente que el puerto de comunicaciones que
aparece está configurado correctamente; es decir, que
está configurado en el mismo puerto al que ha
conectado la AXIS 2420. Haga clic en OK.
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❽ Hay una conexión con módem estándar 28800 disponible para la AXIS 2420.
Haga clic en Finalizar para cerrar el asistenteInstalar nuevo módem.
Seleccione el puerto de serie al que
tiene conectado actualmente su AXIS
2420 a través del cable de módem
nulo. Haga clic en Siguiente>.
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Creación de un acceso telefónico a redes
Siga los siguientes pasos para crear un acceso directo a redes dedicado a su producto:
❶ Haga doble clic en Mi PC y haga doble clic en
el iconoIcono Acceso telefónico a redes.
❷ Haga doble clic en el icono
Realizar conexión nueva.
❸ Dé un nombre a la conexión
(AxisCamera es el nombre que se
utiliza en los ejemplos siguientes).
❹ Desde la lista desplegada, seleccione el módem estándar creado
anteriormente para la AXIS 2420.
Haga clic en configurar...
❺ Para mejorar significativamente el funcionamiento de su AXIS 2420 cuando
utilice el cable de módem nulo, establezca
la Velocidad máxima a 115200.
❻ Haga clic en OK para volver al
diálogo Realizar conexión nueva.
Haga clic en Siguiente>.
❼
Los números de teléfono solicitados en este
diálogo no son necesarios para ser utilizados
en la conexión lógica a su AXIS 2420. Para evitar la corrección del error de asistente, sólo
tiene que entrar cualquier número falso en los
campos Código del área, Número de teléfono y
Código del país . Haga clic en Siguiente>.
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❽ Ahora ha creado con éxito un acceso
telefónico a redes para su AXIS 2420.
Haga clic en Finalizar.
Ahora aparece la conexión con marcación
directa. Ahora está preparado para configurar
las propiedades de acceso telefónico a redes,
tal como se describe en la sección siguiente.
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Configuración de las propiedades de acceso telefónico a redes
Una vez creada la conexión con marcación directa para su AXIS 2420, siga los siguientes
pasos para configurar las propiedades de conexión:
❶
Desde el diálogo de acceso telefónico a redes, haga clic con el botón de
la derecha en la conexión con marcación directa creada anteriormente
para su cámara (AxisCamera era la conexión creada que se utilizó en los
ejemplos anteriores). Seleccione propiedades.
❺
Haga clic en los parámetros TCP/IP y
luego active los botones de selección
dirección IP asignada por el servidor y
direcciones del servidor de nombres
asignadas por el servidor.
❷
Haga clic en la etiqueta Tipos de servidor.
Desde el diálogo desplegable, seleccione PPP
como el tipo de servidor de marcación directa.
❻
Active las casillas de verificación Utilizar compresión en
encabezado IP y Utilizar la puerta
de enlace predeterminada en la
red remota. Haga clic en OK.
❸
En el campo de opciones avanzadas, active Habilitar la compresión por software. El resto de casillas de
verificación deberían permanecer desactivadas.
❹ En el campo Protocolos de red
admitidos, active la casilla de verificación TCP/IP. Las casillas de verificación NetBEUI y IPX/SPX
deberían permanecer desactivadas.
❼
Haga clic en automatización y asegúrese de que el
cuadro de verificación Iniciar ventana terminal minimizada está activada. Haga clic en OK para salir de
Propiedades de acceso telefónico a redes.
Iniciando la conexión con marcación directa
¡Importante!
Asegúrese de que el cable de módem nulo está correctamente instalado y de que las propiedades de
conexión relativas esten configuradas correctamente antes de iniciar una conexión Marcación directa.
Las instrucciones sobre como hacerlo se encuentran en las páginas que preceden esta sección.
Haga doble clic en Mi
PC y luego haga doble clic
en el diálogo Acceso
telefónico a redes.
❷
Haga doble clic en el
icono de conexión con
marcación directa que
anteriormente creó para su
AXIS 2420. AxisCamera se
utilizó en éste y en ejemplos anteriores.
❸ Introduzca un nombre de usuario y
una contraseña utilizando root y pass
respectivamente por defecto.
❹ Haga clic en Conectar para iniciar la
conexión con marcación directa.
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Verificando la conexión de módem
Habiendo iniciado la conexión con marcación directa tal como se describe arriba, puede
verificar rápidamente la integridad de la conexión accediendo a la AXIS 2420 usando un
buscador de web estándar, como Netscape o Internet Explorer de la siguiente forma:
abc.xyz
❶
Como la AXIS 2420 imita un servidor DNS,
puede teclear cualquier URL (que incluye un
punto) en el campo Ubicación/Sitio de su buscador para visualizar la página inicial de AXIS
2420, tal como se muestra a continuación.
❷ Haga clic en el Asistente de instalación (o utilice las
Herramientas de administración) para configurar la
AXIS 2420 para utilizarla con el módem elegido.
Enfocando la cámara
Si no puede ver las imágenes de vídeo directamente desde el punto de instalación que ha
escogido, siga las siguientes instrucciones para conseguir un buen nivel básico de enfoque
para AXIS 2420:
❺ Finalmente, gire ahora lentamente la lente
hacia la posición de foco lejano hasta que el
indicador se ilumine en verde, es decir hasta
que un buen nivel básico de enfoque (>80%)
es alcanzado.
❶ Conecte AXIS 2420 y luego espere al menos 10 segundos.
❷ Gire la lente al extremo de foco lejano (F, •).
Indicador de estado
❸ Utilice el asistente de
❻ Vuelva a la aplicación buscador y compruebe la calidad de la
imagen. Repita sólo el paso 5 si
considera que la distancia focal
está demasiado distante, hasta
que esté satisfecho con la distancia focal y con la calidad de la
imagen.
foco: Usando un objeto
puntiagudo pulse y mantenga presionado el
botón Control hasta que
el indicador de estado
destelle en amarillo
intermitentemente.
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❹ Gire la lente al
extremo de foco
cercano (N).
Botón Control
❼
Para salir del asistente de foco: pulse y mantenga presionado
el botón Control hasta que el indicador de estado destelle en
Amarillo intermitentemente. El indicador de estado aparece en
Verde cuando el asistente de foco está cerrado.
Para más información, consulte Lenses and Advanced Focusing en la página 54.
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Incluir los parámetros por defecto
En algunas circunstancias, puede ser necesario volver a incluir los Parámetros de fábrica
por defecto para su AXIS 2420. Esto se realiza haciendo clic en el botón adecuado en
Herramientas de administración o pulsando el botón Control. Siga las siguientes
instrucciones para volver a incluir los parámetros del producto de fábrica por defecto
utilizando el botón Control:
1. Apague el AXIS 2420 desconectando el cable de la corriente.
2. Con un objeto convenientemente agudo, pulse y mantenga apretado el botón "Control”
y vuelva a conectar el cable de la corriente
3. Siga manteniendo el botón “Control” apretado hasta que el indicador de estado luce
amarillo (tenga en cuenta que puede tomar 15 segundos), luego deje de apretar el
botón “Control”. El indicador de estado aparece en verde después de máximo 1 minuto
y su AXIS 2420 se reinicia ahora con las configuraciones originales de la fábrica.
La reinstalación de los parámetros originales de la fabrica causara a todos los parámetros ser reajustados, incluyendo la dirección IP.
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Index
A
Access rights 23
Admin - access rights 23
Administration Tools 20
Advanced lens parameters 58
Anonymous user access 23
AppleTalk 53
Application Wizard 19
Applications 31
ARP 48
ARTPEC-1 7
Audio Configuration 41
AXIS IP Installer 51
B
Back focus 59
BNC Video Output 67
Boa Web server 8
BOOTP 51
C
CCD 9
CGI scripts 6
COM-Ports 25
Compression 7
Configuring your camera 18
Connecting PTZ Devices 27
Connectors 64
Control Button 9
Creating a Motion Detection Window 24
CS Mount Ring 9
D
DC-Iris Connector 10, 67
DC-Iris Settings 57
DHCP 22
Dial-in - access rights 23
Dial-up Networking 15
Digital Input 68
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Direct Focusing 55
E
Ethernet 5
Ethernet address 51
ETRAX 100 LX 7
Exposure Control 58
F
Factory Default Settings 30
Fast Ethernet 5
Firewalls 69
Firmware update 63
Fitting a new lens 54
Focus Assistant 55
Focus Quality 55
Focus Ring 55
Front Panel 9
H
Hardware Inventory 11
I
I/O-A Connector 10, 65
I/O-B Connector 10, 66
Image compression 32
Installation 12
The AXIS 2191 Audio Module 40
Installation Wizard 19
IP address 48, 69
IP setup methods 51
ISP settings 26
L
Lenses 54
Linux 8
Lock Ring 9, 55
M
Macintosh users 53
Modem installation 14
Modems 25
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Motion Detection 24
Mounting the unit 11
N
Network Address Translation (NAT) 69
Network Connector 10
Network Indicator 10
Network installation 12
Null Modem Cable 14
O
Other IP setup methods 51
P
Pan/Tilt/Zoom devices 25, 27
Picture frequency 32
PING the IP Address 47
Plane of Focus 56
Power Indicator 10
Power indicator 44
Power supply connector 10
PPP 8
Preset positions 29
Problems 47
Proprietary ISP Dial-up Protocols 34
R
Rear Panel 10
Relay output 68
Routers 69
RS-232 connector 10, 64
RS-232 port - using a modem 25
S
Security 23
Serial connector 64
Serial number 9
SMTP 6
Specifications 70
Status Indicator 9, 55
Index
T
Technical specifications 70
AXIS 2191 45
Triggering images 65, 68
Troubleshooting 47
AXIS 2191 Audio Module 44
U
Updating the software 63
Uploading Images 35
Uploading Pre and/or Post Alarm Images 36
V
Verifying the installation 13
Video Out Connector 10
View - access rights 23
Viewing live Images in a Browser 37
W
Wide/Tele Zoom 55
WinGate 69
Wizards 18
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