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BB-HCM311
IPv4/v6 Audio 2-way Type
Indoor Network Camera
IPv6 Ready Logo*1
Multi-Camera Setup Supported
Simultaneous monitoring of images using up to four
network cameras. Images from up to four camera
units can be assigned as a group, and the monitor
display can be switched to any of three image
groups. This enables simultaneous display of the
images from up to 12 camera units, with no audio.
New CCD Sensor Enhances Image Expression
Standard SD Memory Card Slot
• The BB-HCM311 features a CCD for sharp image Image recording function
expression.
• The Color Night View Mode brings the minimum
light requirement from 3 lux down to 0.2 lux,
letting you capture images even in dimly lit
places.
• The image refreshing speed (maximum) has been
increased to 30 images/sec* for smoother
displays of moving images.
Images captured by the network camera can be
*Image Resolution: 320 x 240 or 160 x 120.
recorded directly onto an SD Memory Card (sold
separately). *Voices cannot be recorded.
Color Night View Mode
• Number of Recording Files per SD Memory Card
Brightened view of
minimum illumination
(Image Quality: Standard)
SD Memory
Card
Model No.
1GB
Ordinary camera view
(RP-SDHo1GU1A)
512MB
(RP-SDH512u1A)
256MB
(RP-SDH256U1A)
128MB
(RP-SDH128U1A)
64MB
(RP-SDo64BPPA)
Resolution
640 x 480
320 x 240
Approx. 33KB/file Approx. 16KB/file
Approx.
Approx.
28,000 Images
58,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
14,000 Images
29,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
7,000 Images
14,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
3,000 Images
7,000 Images
Approx.
Approx.
1,000 Images
3,000 Images
160 x 120
Approx. 5KB/file
Approx.
180,000 Images
Approx.
94,000 Images
Approx.
47,000 Images
Approx.
23,000 Images
Approx.
11,000 Images
*The operation of SD Memory Cards not listed above cannot be guaranteed.
BB-HCM311
Network Camera
The Alarm-Controlled Image Transfer function uses a
commercially available external Sensor or switch and
sends the image only when there is an action such as
turning on the light or opening the door. The TimerControlled Image Transfer function automatically
transmits images according to the set time zone and
the day of the week. These convenient functions
eliminate your need to constantly check the image.
*When e-mail function is used to transfer images or messages, e-mail
transmission may not be possible in some cases due to the mail server
authentication system (SMTP authentication, etc.) used by your
Internet service provider.
*The image transfer functions can be used only with a PC. With a cell
phone, only the e-mail transmission function can be used.
A Wide Range of Camera Control Functions
The BB-HCM311’s high-speed pan and tilt functions
offer a maximum rotation speed of 80°/sec. These
functions can be operated from a PC or cell phone to
quickly change the camera direction. Using the built-in
alarm function and a commercially available external
sensor, the camera can also be automatically pointed
to a specified direction when the sensor is activated.
The camera is equipped with the following control
functions for easy, effective monitoring in the desired
direction.
Specifications of BB-HCM311 Network Camera
No. of temporarily stored images*4
Angle of view
This function lets you preset the camera direction.
You can use it to view the image captured from the
preset camera position with one-touch operation.
Pan (horizontal direction)
Tilt (vertical direction)
Rotating speed
No. of pixels
Lens focal point
Lens brightness
Required light intensity
Voice direction
Voice data compression system
Voice band
Audio input
Audio output*5
Network
I/O connector for sensor
Connectors
• Preset
Model No.
Product type
Image data compression system
Resolution
Image quality
Frame rate*1 (image refreshing speed)
Security
IPsec function*3
Encryption algorithm
Communication protocol
No. of simultaneous accesses
• Click & Center
When the mouse button is clicked at a location on the
image, the camera moves so that the image is shown
with the selected location at the center.
IPsec is a technology used to encrypt data packets in
order to prevent eavesdropping by third parties. When
combined with a conventional authentication function
based on user names and passwords, IPsec offers
enhanced security.
*1 This logo mark is issued by the IPv6 Ready Logo Program Committee, an IPv6 promotion group established mainly by the IPv6 Forum.
*2 This function can be used with a PC only. It cannot be used with a cell phone. To hear the voice transmitted from the PC, a commercially available
speaker with a built-in amp must be installed. The transceiver system does not allow simultaneous transmission and reception of voices.
The BB-HCM311 may require a version upgrade to operate in the IPv6 environment.
For the latest information, visit Panasonic's support Web site (http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/).
*3 An IP address is a unique number assigned to each user so that the user can be identified on the Internet.
*4 IPsec is an IP security protocol for data encryption standardized by IETF, an international community devoted to the standardization of Internet
specifications.
Server section
Alarm-Controlled and Timer-Controlled
Image Transfer Functions
Our new network cameras allow the use of a virtually
unlimited number of IP addresses*3 by supporting
IPv6, a next-generation protocol. The IPv4/IPv6 dualstack feature enables you to use IPv4 at the present
and switch over to IPv6 in the future.
Camera section
Use of the built-in microphone and a separately
purchased amp-equipped speaker enables two-way
voice communication (transceiver system)*2 between
the network camera and a PC used to monitor the
camera image. Voice transmission and reception can
be switched easily from the PC used to monitor the
image. For example, it allows people in a head office to
provide instructions or messages to people on a sales
floor while observing the image on their PC.
IPsec*4 Supported
IPv6-Ready
Audio section
Two-Way Voice Communications Supported
SD Memory Card slot
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
External dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Power source
This provides ON/OFF operation of an externally
connected device. For example, it can be used to turn
on a light when the surrounding area becomes dark or
to turn on a buzzer in case of an emergency.
General
• External Output Control
BB-HCM311
Indoor network camera with built-in Web server function and voice function
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display)
640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
3 modes (Favor Clarity, Standard, Favor Motion)
Max. 30 frames/sec (320 x 240, 160 x 120), Max. 12 frames/sec (640 x 480)*2
ID, password, IPsec
ESP encryption, EPS authentication, transport mode/tunnel mode IKE (Internet Key Exchange)
DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC, AES-CBC
IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, IPsec, UPnP
IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, IPsec
Max. 30 accesses (max. 10 accesses with voice reception)
(No. of registered users: max. 50, with individual IDs and passwords)
Approx. 125 images: 320 x 240 resolution, standard image quality
(approx. 16 KB per image) (without using SD Memory Card)
53° in right-and-left direction (total of 173°-angle display possible using pan operation)
40° in up-and-down direction (total of 105°-angle display possible using tilt operation)
–60° to +60° (remote operation)
+20° to –45° (remote operation)
Pan: Max. 80°/sec, Tilt: Max. 80°/sec
1/4 inch, approx. 320,000 pixels, CCD sensor
Fixed (focal range: 0.5 m (20 inches) to ∞)
F3.5
3 to 100,000 lx (in Color Night View mode: 0.2 to 100,000 lx)
Half-duplex two-way communication (transceiver system)
ADPCM 32 kbps
300 Hz ~ 3.4 kHz
Built-in microphone or external microphone (sold separately), external microphone input
terminal (3.5-mm dia. mini-jack)
Audio line output terminal for external speaker
(3.5-mm dia. stereo mini-jack, monaural output)
Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX)
G GND
1 External Senser Input
G GND
2 External Senser Input
3 External Device Control Output
4 DC Power Output Terminal (10.5–13.5 VDC)
Full size (operation guaranteed for 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 128MB and 64MB SD Memory
Cards manufactured by Panasonic)
0° to 40°C (keep the product out of direct sunlight)
20% to 80% (with no dew condensation)
Approx. 100 x 100 x 73 mm (main unit, excluding protrusions)
300 g
Special AC adaptor (included with product; from 120 VAC (60 Hz) to 12 VDC;
Power cord length: approx. 4.8 m)
Standby mode: approx. 3 W, max. (during pan scan): approx. 6 W
• Pan and Tilt Movement
*1 This varies depending on the subject, image quality, network environment, PC performance, etc.
*2 The image update speed may decrease when favor-motion mode is set, when images are recorded onto an SD Memory Card, and when IPsec is
used, as well as due to the network environment and PC performance.
*3 Transport mode (mode for IPsec communication between terminals, for IPv4 only) operating environment: Microsoft® Windows® XP Service Pack 1
or later only, tunnel mode (mode for IPsec between VPN routers, IPv4/IPv6)
*4 The number of images that can be stored varies depending on the subject. *5 Install an amp or use a speaker with a built-in amp.
Pan
(173° maximum)
Tilt
(105° maximum)
Power consumption
Specifications for Compatible PC
Lens
Lens cover
Stand mounting
section
AC adaptor
connector
External microphone
input terminal
SD Memory
Card slot
Microphone
Indicator
Audio output terminal
Ethernet connector
(10/100Base-T(X))
I/O connector
OS
CPU
Protocol
Interface
Web browser
Audio
For IPv4
For IPv6
®
®
Microsoft®, Windows XP, Windows 2000,
Microsoft®, Windows®XP, Service Pack 1
Windows®Me, Windows®98SE
or later
• For monitoring of image from one camera unit: Pentium RIII (800 MHz or greater)
• For monitoring of images from multiple camera units: Pentium R4 (1.8 GHz or greater)
TCP/IP (HTTP, TCP, UDP, IP, DNS, ICMPv6,
TCP/IP (HTTP, TCP, UDP, IP, DNS, ARP,
NDP) protocol must be installed.
ICMP) protocol must be installed.
10/100-Mbps LAN card must be installed.
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Audio input/output function (microphone, speaker, etc.)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 10M1204SK-HCM311.LT.X Printed in Japan
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