RE1000 Installation Guide
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RE1000
Installation Guide
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INFORMATION TO USER
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT OPEN
!
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SEERIVCE PERSONEL.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of un-insulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
!
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
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Table of Contents
1. FEATURES ................................................................
.............................................................................
............................................. 4
2. PACKAGE CONTENTS ...............................................................
............................................................... 5
3. PART NAMES ................................................................
.........................................................................
......................................... 6
3.1. Front Panel ................................................................................... 6
3.2. Back Panel ................................................................................... 7
4. CONNECTIONS ................................................................
........................................................................
........................................ 9
4.1.Connectors .................................................................................... 9
5. CONFIGURATION ................................................................
...................................................................
................................... 12
5.1. Set up network environment .......................................................... 12
5.2. View video on web page ................................................................ 13
5.2.1. View video using IPAdmin Tool .................................................. 13
5.2.2. View video using IP address ..................................................... 14
5.3. Reset ........................................................................................ 15
5.4. Factory Default ............................................................................ 15
6. WALLWALL-MOUNTING ................................................................
.................................................................
................................. 16
APPENDIX (A): SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................
................................................... 17
Summary .......................................................................................... 17
Electrical Characteristics...................................................................... 18
Environment Condition ......................................................................... 18
APPENDIX
APPENDIX (B): POWER OVER ETHERNET .......................................
....................................... 19
PoE compatibility................................................................................. 19
Power classification............................................................................. 20
APPENDIX
APPENDIX (C
(C): DIMENSIONS........................................................
........................................................ 21
APPENDIX (D
(D): HEXADECIMAL
HEXADECIMALEXADECIMAL-DECIMAL CONVERSION TABLE ............ 22
REVISION HISTORY ................................................................
....................................................................
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1. FEATURES
Streaming
•
Dual streaming mode (such as different codec/resolution/bit rate and so on.)
•
De-interlacing on DSP
•
Burnt-in text supported
•
Unicast/Multicast supported
Video/Audio
Video/Audio
•
Video compression: H.264/MPEG/MJPEG, 25/30FPS@D1(PAL/NTSC)
•
Audio compression: G.711(µLaw, aLaw)/PCM
•
Analog video out for external monitors
•
Video Motion Detection supported
•
Two-way mono audio supported
Network
•
RTSP/ HTTP protocol supported
•
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Additional Features
•
RS-232, RS-485 supported
•
USB 2.0 supported (Local storage, Wireless LAN)
•
SD memory card supported
•
PoE supported
•
Built-in Video Content Analysis
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SDK (Software Development Kit) provided
VCA (Video Content Analysis)
•
VCA Presence (Included as basic)
•
VCA Surveillance (Optional)
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2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
Unpack carefully and handle the equipment with care. The packaging contains:
Encoder
DC power adaptor
Mounting brackets
brackets
9 Pin terminal blocks
blocks
Screws and anchor blocks
Quick Installation Guide
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The above contents are subject to change without prior notice.
Note
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3. PART NAMES
3.1. Front Panel
Panel
1CH Encoder
Status
SD
Data
Vin
1
Vout
2
3
4
1. System Status LEDs
The LEDs are located on the left side of the front panel and they indicate certain
system information.
Status This LED lights up as orange and turns green when the encoder is powered on.
Data This LED lights up when the host system is turned on with a connection is made.
(The color of LEDs is subject to change according to the firmware version. To
change its setting, refer to the section 4.5.11. LED Setting of the RE Web
Page User’s Manual.)
2. Video Input BNC connector
As a video input connector, connect to the camera.
3. SD memory card slot
Insert a SD memory card for local storage.
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4. Loop out BNC connector
As a loop out connector, connect to a device such as a VCR or monitor.
5
7
Ain
1
USB
DI
1 2
Ethernet
8
9
10
RS-232
Rx Tx
DC12V
1
Reset
1 2 C
Aout
DO
RS-485
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3.2. Back Panel
5. USB 2.0 port
Insert a USB storage device or Wi-Fi devices. (Ralink RT73 or RT3070 chipset based
wireless device is available.)
6. LAN connector
Use the RJ45 LAN connector for 10/100 Base-T Ethernet.
7. Audio IN/OUT
The encoder has one channel mono audio input/output. As the output power for the
audio is low, an amplifier speaker is needed.
8. DI/DO
The encoder supports two channels for each of DI and DO. Refer to the section
“4
4.1.Connectors”
.Connectors” for more specific information.
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9. RSRS-232/RS232/RS-485
RS-232C Terminal Block is used for some devices such as POS terminal block. RS485 is used for PTZ controls.
10.
Reset
Reboot the device system or reset the device to its Factory default settings. Refer to
the section “5
5.3. Reset”
Reset” for more specific information.
11. Power connecto
connector
Connect the power adaptor for power supply. DC 12V 1A adaptor is needed.
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4. CONNECTIONS
4.1.Connectors
Video connection
Connect the camera to the Video input connectors on the back panel using 75 ohm
video coaxial cables with a BNC connector. Each video channel input among these
connections can be looped to other equipments as CRT monitor through External
Video output connector.
connector
Make sure to connect the analog video input before you turn on the
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encoder. Otherwise, the device must be rebooted to see the
Note
normal display if the camera is NTSC, because the encoder default
setting is PAL without a video connection.
Audio connection
Connect to the audio input device such as a Mic.
Aou
Ain
Speake
Mic
Audio input range: 0.01/3.3 (Min/Max)
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Sensor Input (D/I)
There are two sensor interface types – Voltage Type and Relay Type. The interface
type can be controlled by the software. Before connecting sensors, check driving
voltage and output signal type of the sensor. Since the connection is different
according to sensor type, be careful to connect the sensor.
Internal
+5V
Internal
DI 1
Output of
Sensor 1
+
DI 2
Output of
Sensor 2
+
-
DI 1
Output of
Sensor 1
+
-
-
DI 2
Output of
Sensor 2
+
-
+5V
COM
COM
-
+
+5VDC~+24VDC
Relay Type
Voltage Type
Input voltage range: 0 VDC minimum to 24 VDC maximum
Input voltage threshold: 1 V
Signal
Description
COM
Connect (-) cable of electronic power source for sensors to this port
as shown in the circuit above.
D1~D2
Connect output of sensors for each port as shown in the circuit
above.
!
Caution
Do not exceed the maximum input voltage or relay rate.
Do not use voltage and relay type sensor together.
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Alarm Output (D/O)
Only the relay type is supported.
Relay Rating: Max 24VAC 500mA or 12VDC 1A
!
Do not exceed the maximum relay rating.
Caution
Internal
Device
DO
Device
DO
COM
Relay Type
X
Max 12VDC 1A
or 24VAC
500mA
Power
RSRS-232C
RS-232C Terminal Block is used for some devices such as POS terminal block.
<RS-232C Application>
RX
TX
GND
TX
RX
GND
RX TX GND
RS-232C Connection
RSRS-485
The RS-485 serial port consists of TRX+(RX+) and TRX-(RX-) as following the following
image.
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485 Device
RS-485 Connection
5. CONFIGURATION
5.1. Set up network environment
The default IP address of your IP device is 192.168.XXX.XXX. You can find the
available IP address from the MAC address of your device. Please make sure the device
and your PC are on the same network segment before running the installation. If the
network segment between your PC and the device is different, change your PC’s
settings as below.
IP address
: 192.168.xxx.xxx
Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0
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5.2. View video on web page
View the live video on a web page using your IP device and its IP address. You can use
the IPAdminTool or enter the IP address on the web page.
5.2.1. View video using
using IPAdmin Tool
Tool
IPAdminTool automatically searches all activated network encoders and IP cameras
and shows the product name, IP address, MAC address and etc. IPAdminTool is
provided with SDK at the following SDK path.
{SDK root}\BIN\TOOLS\AdminTool\
To use the IPAdminTool and view the live video on a web page:
1. Start IPAdminTool. Names and info of currently activated devices appear as a
list.
2. Right-click on the desired device and select Web view.
view
3. Click poppop-up blocked and install the ActiveX setup.exe by clicking the Run or Save
button. You need to install the ActiveX for displaying the images.
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4. Follow the instructions of the dialog boxes and complete the installation. Then the
live video is displayed on the main page of the web browser.
5. If the live video is not displayed with the message said, “This software requires
the Microsoft XML Parser V6 or higher. Please download MSXML6 from the
Microsoft website to continue. Error code: Can not create XMLDOMDocument.”,
please download and install the relevant MSXML.
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Note
If the ActiveX setup.exe file fails to be installed successfully, close
all of the Internet Explorer windows and go to Program Files >
AxInstall folder on your computer. Then, run Uninstall.exe and try to
perform the steps 1 to 4 above again.
5.2.2. View video using IP address
View the live video on a web page using your IP device and its IP address. To have the
correct IP address ready and use it on a web page:
1. Convert a MAC address to an IP address or check the IP address on the
IPAdminTool. Refer to Appendix (D): Hexadecimal-Decimal Conversion Table.
(The MAC address is attached on the side or bottom of the device.)
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MAC address = 00-13-23-01-14-B1 → IP address = 192.168.20.177
Convert the Hexadecimal number to Decimal number.
2. Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the device.
3. Click poppop-up blocked and install the ActiveX setup.exe by clicking the Run or Save
button. You need to install the ActiveX for displaying the images.
4. Follow the instructions of the dialog boxes and complete the installation. Then the live
video is displayed on the main page of the web browser.
5.3. Reset
1. While the device is in use, press and hold the Reset button.
2. Release the Reset button after 3 seconds.
3. Wait for the system to reboot.
5.4. Factory Default
1. Disconnect the power supply from the device.
2. Connect the power to the device with the Reset button pressed and held.
3. Release the Reset button after 5 seconds.
4. Wait for the system to reboot.
The factory default settings can be inferred as follows:
IP address:
Network mask:
Gateway:
User ID:
Password:
192.168.xx.yy
255.255.0.0
192.168.0.1
root
pass
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6. WALLWALL-MOUNTING
To wall-mount the encoder, follow this instruction:
The encoder has one mounting hole on each side. Mount the device using the included
screws and anchor blocks. Refer to the image below.
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APPENDIX (A): SPECIFICATIONS
Summary
Video
Compression Format
H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG Selectable per Stream
Number of Streams
Dual Stream, Configurable
Resolution
D1, 4CIF, 2CIF, VGA, CIF, QCIF, QVGA
Compression FPS
25/30 fps@D1 (PAL/NTSC)
Deinterlacing
Supported (DSP)
Motion Detection
Supported
OSD
Supported (DSP)
Burnt-in Text (Digital)
Supported (DSP)
Output
1 Loop Out (BNC connector)
Input/output
1/1 channel
Compression Format
G.711
Audio
Function
Digital Input/output
2/2 channel
RS-485
Supported
RS-232
Supported
Network
10/100 Base-T
Power over Ethernet
Supported
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, RTSP, RTCP, RTP/UDP,
RTP/TCP,
SNTP, mDNS, UPnP, SMTP, SOCK, IGMP, DHCP,
FTP, DDNS, SSL v2/v3, IEEE 802.1X, SSH
USB 2.0
Supported
SD Memory
Dimensions
Supported
※SD Card is not included
103(W) x 38(H) x 141(D) mm
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Electrical Characteristics
Video Input
Video Output
Audio Input
Audio Output
Sensor(D/I)
Alarm(D/O)
Power Source(Approx)
1Vp-p, 75Ω
1Vp-p, 75Ω
Linein, 1.43Vp-p(Min 1.35Vp-p, max 1.49 Vp-p),
39 KΩ
Lineout, 46mW Power, 16 Ω
TTL level 4.5V threshold, Max 50mA
Max 500mA@24VAC or 1A@12VDC
12 V DC 240mA or PoE IEEE802.3af (Class 0)
Environment Condition
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
-20 ºC ~ 60 ºC (-4 ºF ~ 140 ºF)
Up to 85% RH
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APPENDIX (B):
POWER OVER ETHERNET
The Power over Ethernet (PoE) is designed to extract power from a conventional
twisted pair Category 5 Ethernet cable, conforming to the IEEE 802.3af Power-overEthernet (PoE) standard.
IEEE 802.3af allows for two power options for Category 5 cables.
The PoE module signature and control circuit provides the PoE compatibility signature
and power classification required by the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) before
applying up to 15W power to the port.
The high efficiency DC/DC converter operates over a wide input voltage range and
provides a regulated low ripple and low noise output. The DC/DC converter also has
built-in overload and short-circuit output protection.
Note: For proper activation of 12V PoE, the Category 5 cable must be shorter than
140m and conform the PoE standard.
PoE compatibility
With non Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)
When it is connected with non PSE, the power adaptor should be connected.
With power adaptor
Connecting both PSE and power adaptor does not do any harm to the products.
Disconnecting power adaptor while it is operating does not stop operation. The
product continues to work without rebooting.
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Power classification
The PoE Power Class supported by the IP device is Class 0.
Class
0
Usage
Default
Minimum Power Levels
Maximum Power Levels at
Output at the PSE
the Powered Device
15.4W
0.44 to 12.95W
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APPENDIX (C
(C): DIMENSIONS
141.4
121.7
H.264 Network Video Encoder
37.7
103.4
(Unit: mm)
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APPENDIX (D
(D): HEXADECIMAL
HEXADECIMALEXADECIMALDECIMAL CONVERSION TABLE
Refer to the following table when you convert the MAC address of your device to IP address.
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
Hex Dec
00
0
25 37
4A 74
6F 111
94 148
B9 185
DE 222
01
1
26 38
4B 75
70 112
95 149
BA 186
DF 223
02
2
27 39
4C 76
71 113
96 150
BB 187
E0 224
03
3
28 40
4D 77
72 114
97 151
BC 188
E1 225
04
4
29 41
4E
78
73 115
98 152
BD 189
E2 226
05
5
2A 42
4F
79
74 116
99 153
BE 190
E3 227
06
6
2B 43
50 80
75 117
9A 154
BF 191
E4 228
07
7
2C 44
51 81
76 118
9B 155
C0 192
E5 229
08
8
2D 45
52 82
77 119
9C 156
C1 193
E6 230
09
9
2E
53 83
78 120
9D 157
C2 194
E7 231
46
0A 10
2F
47
54 84
79 121
9E 158
C3 195
E8 232
0B 11
30 48
55 85
7A 122
9F 159
C4 196
E9 233
0C 12
31 49
56 86
7B 123
A0 160
C5 197
EA 234
0D 13
32 50
57 87
7C 124
A1 161
C6 198
EB 235
0E
14
33 51
58 88
7D 125
A2 162
C7 199
EC 236
0F
15
34 52
59 89
7E 126
A3 163
C8 200
ED 237
10 16
35 53
5A 90
7F 127
A4 164
C9 201
EE 238
11 17
36 54
5B 91
80 128
A5 165
CA 202
EF 239
12 18
37 55
5C 92
81 129
A6 166
CB 203
F0 240
13 19
38 56
5D 93
82 130
A7 167
CC 204
F1 241
14 20
39 57
5E
83 131
A8 168
CD 205
F2 242
94
15 21
3A 58
5F
95
84 132
A9 169
CE 206
F3 243
16 22
3B 59
60 96
85 133
AA 170
CF 207
F4 244
17 23
3C 60
61 97
86 134
AB 171
D0 208
F5 245
18 24
3D 61
62 98
87 135
AC 172
D1 209
F6 246
19 25
3E
62
63 99
88 136
AD 173
D2 210
F7 247
1A 26
3F
63
64 100
89 137
AE 174
D3 211
F8 248
1B 27
40 64
65 101
8A 138
AF 175
D4 212
F9 249
1C 28
41 65
66 102
8B 139
B0 176
D5 213
FA 250
1D 29
42 66
67 103
8C 140
B1 177
D6 214
FB 251
1E
30
43 67
68 104
8D 141
B2 178
D7 215
FC 252
1F
31
44 68
69 105
8E 142
B3 179
D8 216
FD 253
20 32
45 69
6A 106
8F 143
B4 180
D9 217
FE 254
21 33
46 70
6B 107
90 144
B5 181
DA 218
FF 255
22 34
47 71
6C 108
91 145
B6 182
DB 219
23 35
48 72
6D 109
92 146
B7 183
DC 220
24 36
49 73
6E 110
93 147
B8 184
DD 221
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REVISION HISTORY
MAN#
DATE(M/D/Y)
Comments
01A.01
03/12/2009
Created.
01A.02
06/24/2009
Modified
01A.03
06/25/2009
Added TroubleShooting
02A.00
07/24/2009
FW 1.00.07 official release version
02A.01
08/06/2009
Added images to package contents
02A.02
08/24/2009
Added the requirement of VCA : MSXML4.0
02A.03
09/02/2009
Added the PoE specification
02A.04
09/29/2009
Changed the VCA specification
03A.00
10/13/2009
FW 1.02.02 official release version
03A.01
10/15/2009
Added the Cross Reference
03A.02
12/09/2009
Corrected Errata about Network Protocol
03A.03
02/24/2010
Modified for end users
03A.04
04/06/2010
Added LAN cable specification for PoE
04A.00
04/20/2010
FW v1.02.04 updated
05A.00
09/07/2010
FW v1.06.02 updated
Removed VCA contents from the Specification
section
Added hexadecimal-decimal conversion table
06A.00
10/01/2010
FW v1.06.03 updated
Changed ActiveX installation method for viewing
web page
Changed the default value for web server protocol
from https to http
07A.00
03/09/2011
Added LED indicator information
Changed the MSXML error message
Changed the operating temperature specification
07A.01
03/31/2011
Added a note about NTSC/PAL detection
07A.02
05/27/2011
Corrected the supported resolution
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