Package Content Cable Overview QUICK GUIDE Installation – Type 1

Package Content Cable Overview QUICK GUIDE Installation – Type 1
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 Package Content
 Cable Overview
Before starting to set up your camera, please make sure items
Cable
Description
below in your box:
Power cable
Connect to the supplied adapter.
RJ45 network cable
Connect to an Ethernet network cable.
Terminal block
QUICK GUIDE
1. ALARM IN
Alarm input for an alarm device like magnetic
contacts.
Camera
Bracket with carabiner
Waterproof kit
QUICK GUIDE
2. ALARM OUT
Alarm output for an alarm device like a siren.
3. GND
Ground wire
4. RS485_A
Used for PTZ camera or other device connection.
5. RS485_B
Used for PTZ camera or other device connection.
6. GND
Ground wire
7. RST
Remove the insulating coating of wire, and twist it
with a ground wire together to reset default camera
For more product details, please visit
www.surveillance-download.com/user/m571.swf
Quick Guide
Spare screw
CD Manual
BNC cable
No function
Ain
Connect to a microphone for audio recording.
Aout
Connect to a speaker for audio broadcasting.
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 Installation – Type 1
Step1: Locate to where you want to install this camera, and drill four screw holes for
bracket installation later, and one hole for the cable to go through.
NOTE: The installation sticker file could be downloaded from
www.surveillance-download.com/user/592_installation_sticker.pdf.
Step2: Pass the cables to be connected through the bracket, and fasten the bracket to
the wall.
Step3: Hook the camera and the bracket together with the supplied carabiner, and connect the
cables. Then, pull the cables from the other side of the bracket to hide the connectors in
the bracket or behind the wall.
Step4: Insert the camera to the bracket, and fasten the three screws as indicated in Figure 4
to secure the connection.
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Figure 3
Figure 4
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 Installation – Type 2
Step1: Locate to where you want to install this camera, and install a function box
near it with the cables to be connected placing inside.
NOTE: For the cables placing into the junction box, make sure the waterproof protection is
made properly.
Step2: Pass the cables on the camera through the bracket, and fasten the camera
to the bracket by securing the three screws as indicated in Figure 2.
Step3: Locate to where you want to install this camera, and drill four screw holes for bracket installation
later.
NOTE: The installation sticker file could be downloaded from
www.surveillance-download.com/user/592_installation_sticker.pdf.
Step4: Arrange the cables to the right side of the bracket as indicated in Figure 3, and fasten the
bracket to the wall.
NOTE: It’s recommended to use hex flange bolts to secure the bracket to the wall.
Step5: Place the camera cables into a function box as indicated in Figure 4, and connect to the cables
placed in Step1.
NOTE: For the cables hidden in the junction box, make sure the waterproof protection is made properly.
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 Default Values
IP address
192.168.1.10
Port number
88
User name
admin
Password
admin
It's strongly recommended to change the default user
name and password before using the camera to keep your
account safe.
To change the default account, log into the camera, and go
to Config.  General  Account. Create a new account,
and remove the default one.
Figure 3
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 Camera Configuration
Step1: Connect this camera to your NVR as described in
“HD System Connection”.
Step2: Connect PC to the HUB connected to your camera(s)
with RJ45 network cable.
Step3: Search available devices with “IPScan.exe”; to
download “IPScan.exe”, please visit
www.surveillance-download.com/user/IPscan.zip.
Step4: After searching, set your PC in the same network
segment as the specific camera you want to access,
such as “192.168.30.xxx” (xxx could be 0~255) in
our example
Step5: Note down the IP address and port number of the
camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.1”
and “88” in our example.
Step6: Open Internet Explorer on the PC, and enter the IP
address and port number in the URL column to
access the camera. The format is
http://ipaddress:portnum, such as
http://192.168.30.1:88 in our example.
Step7: Enter the default user name (admin) and password
(admin) to access the camera. Then, go to Config.
on the top right corner for more advanced
configurations.
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