V1772N-T Series
V1772N-T Series
Megapixel Network PTZ Dome
Operation Manual
This manual mainly introduces the operation and programming of Infinova V1772N-T series Megapixel
network PTZ domes.
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FCC Warning
The V1772N-T series Megapixel Network PTZ Domes comply with the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
z This device will not cause harmful interference.
z This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operations.
The V1772N-T series Megapixel Network PTZ Domes have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to the FCC rules. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. There is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
Read this manual carefully before installation. This manual should be saved for future use.
Important Safety Instructions and Warnings:
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Electronic devices must be kept away from water, fire or high magnetic radiation.
Clean with a dry cloth.
Provide adequate ventilation.
Unplug the power supply when the device is not to be used for an extended period of time.
Only use components and parts recommended by manufacturer.
Position power source and related wires to assure to be kept away from ground and entrance.
Refer to qualified personnel for all service matters.
Save product packaging to ensure availability of proper shipping containers for future transportation.
The power supply of an outdoor dome camera cannot be employed outdoor unless it is listed in the UL outdoor-applicable power supplies.
And the connection shall not be exposed in any outdoor environment; measures shall be taken to avoid its exposure to wind, rain and
sunlight.
Indicates that the un-insulated components within the product may carry a voltage harmful to humans.
Indicates operations that should be conducted in strict compliance with instructions and guidelines contained in this manual.
Warning: To avoid risk of fire and electric shock, keep the indoor product away from rain and moisture!
Table of Contents
Chapter I System Introduction............................................................ 1
3.5.1 Video Settings............................................................ 14
1.1 Product Description .............................................................. 1
3.5.2 OSD ........................................................................... 15
1.2 Product Features ................................................................... 1
3.5.3 Motion Detection ....................................................... 15
1.3 Product Models ..................................................................... 1
3.5.4 Saving Path ................................................................ 15
1.4 Product Specifications .......................................................... 2
3.5.5 Audio Setting ............................................................. 16
Chapter II IE Browser Setting ............................................................ 4
3.6 PTZ Settings ....................................................................... 16
2.1 Equipment Connection.......................................................... 4
3.6.1 Preset ......................................................................... 16
2.2 Set IE Browser ...................................................................... 4
3.6.2 Autopan...................................................................... 16
Chapter III System Setting .................................................................. 5
3.6.3 Pattern ........................................................................ 16
3.1 Video View ........................................................................... 5
3.6.4 Home Return .............................................................. 17
3.2 System .................................................................................. 6
3.6.5 Normal Tour ............................................................... 17
3.2.1 System Settings ............................................................ 6
3.6.6 Privacy Mask ............................................................. 17
3.2.2 Time Settings ............................................................... 6
3.6.7 PTZ Special Functions ............................................... 18
3.2.3 Advanced Settings ........................................................ 6
3.7 Time Function ..................................................................... 18
3.3 Network Settings................................................................... 7
3.8 Alarm .................................................................................. 18
3.3.10 DDNS Setting ............................................................ 9
3.9 Record................................................................................. 19
3.3.11 UPnP Setting .............................................................. 9
3.9.1 Parameters Setting ..................................................... 19
3.4 Camera Settings .................................................................. 10
3.9.2 Replay ........................................................................ 20
3.4.1 V1772N-20TH Camera Settings ................................ 10
3.10 Users Management ........................................................... 20
3.4.2 V1772N-20TL Camera Settings ................................. 11
3.10 System Log ....................................................................... 21
3.4.3 V1772N-30TS Camera Settings ................................. 11
Chapter IV PTZ Control and Call Up............................................... 21
3.4.4 V1772N-18TH Camera Settings ................................ 12
4.1 PTZ Control ........................................................................ 21
3.4.5 V1772N-30TH Camera Settings ................................ 13
4.2 PTZ Function ...................................................................... 22
3.5 Audio Video ........................................................................ 14
4.3 Mouse Operation ................................................................ 22
Chapter I System Introduction
1.1 Product Description
Infinova's V1772N-T series IP PTZ dome provide users a
high-definition, high frame rate and high SNR real-time images
acquisition system.
V1772N-T series 2.0 megapixel domes (including V1772N-20TH,
20TL and V1772N-30TS) support the function to view and control
H.264 high profile/M-JPEG dual encoded HD video streams, and
support three video streams, with the maximum resolution up to
1920 × 1080 @ 30fps. V1772N-20TH and V1772N-20TL series 2.0
megapixel domes use 1/2.8" progressive scanning CMOS sensors,
with an inbuilt 20X optical zoom lense. V1772N-30TS series 2.0
megapixel domes use 1/2.8" progressive scanning CMOS sensors,
with an inbuilt 30X optical zoom lens.
V1772N-T series 1.0 megapixel domes (including V1772N-18TH,
V1772N-30TH) use 1/3" progressive scanning CCD sensors, with
inbuilt 18X optical zoom lenses, which support H.264 high profile /
M-JPEG dual encoded HD video streams, with the maximum
resolution up to 128× 720 @ 30fps.
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Remote PTZ control via network
Support RS485 control
Support area zoom and image PTZ control
Support OSD, with the maximum of 127 characters
Web Graphic User Interface (GUI)
Support image flip
Multiple white balance modes
PC recording
SD card storage
Support Preset/Autopan/Pattern/Autoscan/Tour/Timing
tour/Power-on reset etc.
Privacy mask
Motion detection
2 Alarm inputs, and 1 relay output
Two-way audio, G711
Remote upgrade
Support defog function
IP66 environmental rating, with built-in heater and air cycle
system and freeze-proof
1.3 Product Models
Infinova V1772N-T series IP PTZ domes facilitate setup and
operation via web interface by using mouse for its GUI (graphic
User Interface) design. Under PTZ control status, it has the features
of zoom area and image PTZ control.
Infinova V1772N-T series HD IP dome provides exceptional AI
(artificial intelligence) functions like preset, pattern, autopan and
autoscan, timing tour, and power-on reset etc. In H.264 real-time
video scanning, snapshots and local recording are also supported.
1.2 Product Features
y Support camera modules with 18X, 20X, 30X optical zoom lens
y Full HD IP video output, resolution up to 1920 × 1080 @ 30fps
or 1280 × 720 @ 30fps
y Inbuilt 1/2.8" progressive scan CMOS sensor, auto vari-focal
lens, 20X optical zoom (V1772N-20TH, V1772N-20TL and
V1772N-30TS)
y Inbuilt 1/2.8" progressive scan CMOS sensor, auto vari-focal
lens, 30X optical zoom (V1772N-30TS)
y Inbuilt 1/3" progressive scan CCD sensor, auto vari-focal lens
18Xoptical zoom (V1772N-18TH)
y Inbuilt 1/3" progressive scan CCD sensor, auto vari-focal lens
30Xoptical zoom (V1772N-30TH)
y H.264 high profile/M-JPEG dual-stream compression
y Low bandwidth and high image quality
y Smooth dynamic video
y Onvif Profile S compliant
Note:
1. 18X: resolution 720P;
3. 20X: resolution 1080P;
3. 30X: resolution 1080P or 720P;
4. Please contact Infinova salesperson for details.
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1.4 Product Specifications
Models
V1772N-18TH, V1772N-20TH, V1772N-20TL, V1772N-20TT, V1772N-30TH,
V1772N-30TS
Lens
Optical Zoom
18X, 20X, 30X
Aperture/
Focal Length
18TH: F1.6~F2.8, f=4.7~84.6mm
20TH,: F1.6~F3.5, f=4.7~94mm
20TL,: F1.6~F3.5, f=4.7~94mm
20TT: F1.6~F3.5, f=4.7~94mm
30TH: F1.4~F4.6, f=4.4~132.0mm
30TS: F1.6~F4.7, f= 4.3~129mm
18TH: 59.7° (Wide) ~ 3.6° (Tele)
20TH: 55.2° (Wide) ~ 2.9° (Tele)
20TL: 59.5° (Wide) ~ 3.2° (Tele)
20TT: 59.6° (Wide) ~ 3.2° (Tele)
30TH: 62.9° (Wide) ~ 2.2° (Tele)
30TS: 63.7° (Wide) ~ 2.3° (Tele)
18TH: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.0m (Tele)
20TH: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.0m (Tele)
20TL: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.0m (Tele)
20TT: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.0m (Tele)
30TH: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.5m (Tele)
30TS: 0.01m (Wide) ~ 1.2m (Tele)
Angle of View
Min. Work
Distance
Camera
Video
Effective
Resolution
Video
Compression
Maximum
Resolution
Output Bit Rate
Network Delay
1280×720 @ 30fps (18TH, 30TH)
1920×1080 @ 30fps (20TH, 20TL, 20TT, 30TS)
Variable bit rate;
Constant bit rate: 256Kbps~10000Kbps
<300ms
Audio
Audio
Compression
Audio port
G.711
1 input, linear level, impedance: 1k;
1 output, linear level, impedance: 600
Storage
Built-in Storage
With an embedded SD card slot, it is recommended to
use an SD card up to 32G
IP
Network Port
1*10M/100M Ethernet port, self-adaptive, RJ-45
Network Protocol
IPv4, TCP, UDP, IGMP, DHCP, FTP, SNMP(v3), SMTP, NTP,
RTP, RTSP, RTCP, HTTP, HTTPS, TSL, SSL, 802.1X, QoS,
PPPoE, DNS, ARP, ICMP
Operational
Scanning System
Progressive scanning
Manual Pan
0.1° ~ 250°/s
Image Sensor
18TH: 1/3" CCD
20TH: 1/2.8" CMOS
20TL: 1/2.8" CMOS
20TT: 1/2.8" CMOS
30TH: 1/3" CCD
30TS: 1/2.8" CMOS
Color mode:
0.8 lux (1/30s, F1.6, 50%, AGC-Gain: 34dB)
0.1 lux (1/4s, F1.6, 50%, AGC-Gain: 34dB)
B/W mode:
0.01 lux (1/4s, F1.6, 50%, AGC-Gain: 34dB)
Color mode:
0.8 lux @ F1.6 (50IRE)
B/W mode:
0.02 lux @ F1.6 (50IRE)
Color mode:
0.04 lux @ F1.6᷉AGC ON᷊
B/W mode:
0.005 lux @ F1.6᷉AGC ON᷊
Color mode:
0.4 lux @ F1.6(1/30s, 350mV equiv., AGC-Gain: 48dB)
0.1 lux @ F1.6(1/8s, 350mV equiv., AGC-Gain: 48dB)
B/W mode:
0.01 lux @ F1.6(1/8s, 350mV equiv., AGC-Gain: 48dB)
Color mode:
0.5 lux (1/30s, F1.4 (wide), 50%, AGC-Gain: 35dB)
0.1 lux (1/4s, F1.4 (wide), 50%, AGC-Gain: 35dB)
B/W mode:
0.005 lux (1/4s, F1.4 (wide), 50%, AGC-Gain: 35dB)
Color mode:
0.35 lux (1/30 sec, 50%,(typical value) high sens mode
ON)
1.4 lux (1/30 sec, 50%, high sens mode OFF)
0.05 lux (1/4 sec, 1/3 sec, 50%, high sens mode ON)
0.19 lux (1/4 sec, 1/3 sec, 50%, high sens mode OFF)
B/W mode:
0.013 lux (1/30 sec, 50%, high sens mode ON)
0.05 lux (1/30 sec, 50%, high sens mode OFF)
0.002 lux (1/4 sec, 1/3 sec, 30%,high sens mode ON)
>50dB
Manual Tilt Speed
0.1° ~ 90°/s
Sensitivity (18TH)
Sensitivity (20TH)
Sensitivity (20TL)
Sensitivity (20TT)
Sensitivity (30TH)
Sensitivity (30TS)
S/N Ratio
Preset Speed
Max. 300°/s
Pan Travel
360° continuous
Tilt Travel
0°~90°
Preset Accuracy
±0.1°
Presets
255
Patterns
4
Autopans
4
Tours
Home Return
6 (each tour can be associated with 14 acts, including
preset 1~32, pattern 1~4, autopan 1~4)
Yes
Time Tour
Yes
Autoscan
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes, 4 areas
Alarm
2 alarm inputs, 1 relay output
Area Zoom
Yes
Web Server
Yes
Remote Upgrade
Iris
Yes
Auto, Manu, M/A
Focus
Auto, Manu, M/A
Shutter
18TH: Auto (1/30s~1/10000s, adjustable)
20TH: Auto (1/1.5s~1/30000s, adjustable)
20TL: Auto (1/25 ~ 1/10000s, adjustable)
20TT: Auto (1/1 ~ 1/30000s, adjustable)
30TH: Auto (1/4s~1/10000s, adjustable)
30TS: Auto (1/1s~1/10000s, adjustable)
Yes (20TH, 20TL, 20TT, 30TH, 30TS)
Digital Slow
Shutter
Image Mirror
Image Freeze
FNR
White Balance
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1.0 Mpx. (18TH, 30TH)
2.0 Mpx. (20TH, 20TL, 20TT, 30TS)
H.264 high profile/M-JPEG
Off/H-mirror (18TH)
Off/H-mirror/V-mirror/HV-mirror (20TH, 20TL, 20TT,
30TH, 30TS)
Yes (20TH, 20TT, 30TH, 30TS)
18TH: /
20TH: Off/Manu/Auto (1~3 levels adjustable)
20TL: OFF/(1~7 levels adjustable)
20TT: Off/Manu/Auto (1~3 levels adjustable)
30TH: Off/Manu/Auto (1~3 levels adjustable)
30TS: Off/1~5 levels adjustable
AUTO/MANU/MERC/SODI (18TH, 20TH, 20TT, 30TH);
AUTO/MANU/INDOOR/OUTDOOR/ATW/OUTDOOR
AUTO/SODI (20TL, 30TS)
Mounting
Auto Gain Control
Yes
Housing Material
Cast Aluminum
WDR
18TH: On/Off
20TH: Off/WDR/AD WDR/ WDR*/AD WDR*
20TL: On/Off
20TT: WDR*/AD WDR*
30TH: WDR*/AD WDR*
30TS: On/Off/Auto
Yes (30TH)
Net Weight
Indoor bracket: 8.27lbs (3.75kg)
Outdoor bracket: 9.83lbs (4.46kg)
Indoor ceiling: 6.79lbs (3.08kg)
Gross Weight
Indoor bracket: 11.35lbs (5.15kg)
Outdoor bracket: 12.96lbs (5.88kg)
Indoor ceiling: 9.88lbs (4.48kg)
On/Off
Sync
Stabilization
Backlight
Compensation
Others
18TH: Sharpness adjustable;
20TH: Sharpness adjustable, slow AE;
20TL: Sharpness, contrast, brightness, saturation
adjustable, slow AE, chroma suppress, edge color
suppress;
20TT: Sharpness adjustable, slow AE, night vision
30TH: Sharpness adjustable, slow AE;
30TS: Sharpness adjustable, slow AE, high sens mode
Indoor bracket:
11.5" × 8.6" (292mm × 218mm);
Indoor ceiling:
9.4" × 8.43" (240mm × 214mm)
Outdoor bracket:
11.5" × 9.4" (292mm × 240mm)
Package Dimension (L×W×H)
19.09" × 11.02" × 11.81"
(485mm × 280mm × 300mm)
Motor
Stepping motor
Internal
Electrical
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Surge Protection
24VAC/24VDC self-adaptive or PoE
24VAC: 20W (indoor); 35W (outdoor)
24VDC: 20W (indoor); 33W (outdoor)
Yes, ±2000V
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Mechanical
Product Dimension (H×D)
Sync System
Bracket, Ceiling
Operating Humidity
Indoor: -4°F ~ +122°F (-20°C ~ +50°C);
Outdoor: -40°F ~ +122°F (-40°C ~ +50°C)
0 ~ 90%RH (non-condensing)
Rating
IP66
Impact Resistance
IK10
Certifications and Approval
Product Certifications
CE/EMC: EN 55022, EN 55024,
61000-3-2,
EN 61000-3-3; FCC: Part15 Subpart B;
ISO 9001:2008; UL; IK10: IEC62262
EN
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Chapter II IE Browser Setting
The user must set the IE browser and system before attempting to
view the video. When set the IE browser, pay attention that the
dome supports IE browser version at Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.
Before attempting to view the image, make sure the system have
installed InfiH264.cab controls and supports Directx 9.0c image
view software.
2.1 Equipment Connection
V1772N-T series domes can be directly connected to PC or
network.
Note: Check if the connection is tight before power-on.
2.2 Set IE Browser
V1772N-T series IP domes can be viewed or controlled through IE
browser. In order to download the ActiveX controls normally, the
user also has to set the security property of Internet browser.
1. Click “Tool” on the menu, and then click “Internet” on the
pop-up menu;
2. Select “Security” in the pop-up options, as shown in Figure 2-1;
Figure 2-2
4. For the “Download unsigned ActiveX control” options, change
the “Disable” to “Enable” or “Prompt”;
5. Switch to “Privacy” option, and deselect the checkbox of “Block
pop-ups”.
Figure 2-1
Figure 2-3
3. Select the “Internet” icon, and then click “Custom Level”, the
following interface will pop up;
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Chapter III System Setting
This chapter mainly introduces the system setting for Megapixel
Network PTZ Domes.
3.1 Video View
After the dome is powered for about 60 seconds, please open the IE
browser and then enter the IP address, such as the default
http://192.168.1.100 (Note: The default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0, and the default gateway is 192.168.1.254. Please set
the local IP address before login and visit). The user login dialog
box will be displayed, as shown below:
input/output switch settings. In video viewing, the view screen ratio
can be selected flexibly in the video size drop-down list. Users can
also select the view mode as “Real-time” or “Smooth” as per the
scene.
Click the button
can snapshot the current image. And click the
button
to access the saving path of the snapshot. The default
path is: C:\InfiPlayerAX\Picture.
V1772N-T series domes support local PC recording. Click the
recording button
to start the recording, and the button turns to
. Click the button
to stop the recording. When take local PC
recording, prompt characters of “REC” will be displayed on the
video interface. Click the button
can access the record saving
path. And the default saving path is: C:\InfiPlayerAX\ Video
(Saving paths for snapshot and record can be set in the Audio video
settings interface. Please refer to the section 3.5.5 for details.)
Expand the option of "Function switch", and the buttons
represents that the audio input and output are closed. And click the
buttons can switch on the functions. Buttons
represent that
the functions of motion detection and privacy mask are enabled.
And click the buttons to turn them into
to disable the
function.
Figure 3-1 Login Interface
If it is the first time to run the software, users should use the default
super username and password. The default Super User is “admin”
(Password: admin). Please input the correct user name and
password, and then press “OK” to login.
When the Super User login successfully, the system will enter the
following interface:
Note: Only when the motion detection and privacy mask functions
are enabled in the Audio video interface, the motion detection and
privacy mask settings can be set in the Live view settings interface.
Please refer to the sections 3.5.3 and 3.5.4 for details.
In the live view interface, uses can perform PTZ control, call up
PTZ functions and conduct image PTZ operations. Please refer to
the Chapter IV for details.
Click “Setting” button to enter the System settings interface.
Figure 3-2 H.264 live view interface
V1772N-T series domes support H.264/M-JPEG compression.
After the login, users will enter the live view interface under the
major stream of the H.264 format.
Click the expand button for the “View” option on the navigation bar,
select H.264 minor stream, M-JPEG etc. formats in the drop-down
list to view the video. In the H.264 major stream, minor stream
view interface, users can conduct recording, snapshot, audio
Figure 3-3 System settings interface
From the left navigation bar, the super user can check the system
information, to conduct time settings and advanced settings,
network settings, camera settings, audio and video settings, PTZ
functions, time functions, alarm settings, record, user management
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(add/delete user, change password), and view the system log etc.
3.2.3 Advanced Settings
operations.
The chapter will mainly introduce the system settings and the
operation methods for the Super User.
3.2 System
Click the “System” in the left navigation bar, and the setting
interface is shown as in figure 3-3. The system interface includes 3
options: System, Time, and Advanced.
3.2.1 System Settings
The initial interface for system setting is the “System” interface.
Figure 3-5 Advanced setting interface
From the interface, users can see the setting information of the
system, like: basic information, network settings, alarm settings,
Software update
NTP settings, H.264 video settings, and MJPEG video settings etc.
Free software update is provided for V1772N-T series domes, and
this update service can reduce system maintenance budget.
According to system update requirement submitted by users, we
will send update letter for confirming the version of the product and
provide the latest software for download, and help users to update
the V1772N-T series domes.
3.2.2 Time Settings
Follow the steps below to update software:
Click “Browse” button in the interface and the file selection dialog
box will pop up.
Figure 3-4 Time setting interface
Time zone settings
Time zone: select the proper time zone in the drop-down list. There
are 33 time zones available.
If daylight saving time is used in the local place, users can enable
the option “Daylight saving time”.
Click the “Save” button to finish the setting.
NTP set
Set NTP server IP, Sync time interval etc. parameters.
After the settings, click the “Save” button to finish the setting.
Sync now
The Sync mode can be selected from “NTP” mode and “PC” mode.
PC sync means the device time will sync with the local PC time. In
NTP sync mode, the system will check time with the NTP server
automatically.
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Figure 3-6
Select the update file, and press “Open” button. The selected update
file will be displayed in the Software Update box.
After that, click “Submit” button to update software.
After update successfully, it needs to reboot the system.
Note: Available only for the super user.
Factory Settings
V1772N-T series domes provide online reset function, which
greatly facilitates reset adjustment.
Click “Reset” button and the system will pop up a message to
confirm factory reset.
Figure 3-7
Click “OK”, all the parameters excluding IP address will be reset to
the factory default settings. If factory reset is successful, the
following message will be displayed:
Figure 3-9 Network settings
There are 11 tabs for settings: Network, FTP, SMTP, HTTPS,
802.1X, QOS, IGMP, SIP, MDA, DDNS and UPnP.
3.3.1 Network
Figure 3-8
IP mode: The IP mode supports IPv4 and IPv6. Compared with
each other, the configuring network parameters may differ.
If “Keep current IP unchanged” is selected, the IP address will keep
unchanged after restoring factory default settings.
Note:
1. To avoid error happens, the operation of online reset function
should be performed under qualified personnel’s guide.
2. If factory setting is finished, IP address is restored to
192.168.1.100, and subnet mask is restored to 255.255.255.0.
3. Do not power off during reset, or else the reset will fail.
Online Reboot
Click “Reboot” and the system will restart. It will take 60 seconds.
But, if the reboot occurs after software updated, it will take 90
seconds.
Note: Available only for the super user.
3.3 Network Settings
Click the “Network” button on the left navigation bar, the following
figure will pop up.
Figure 3-10 Network settings
In the Network setting interface (as show above), users can open
and close DHCP. When DHCP is closed, please manually set IP
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address, subnet mask, gateway and IP address of the DNS server.
Note: When the Network setting is successful, the system indicator
will flash about 5 seconds.
PPPoE function can be enabled/disabled in the interface. When the
User name: Sender’s name, it can be set according user’s
needs.
z Password: Set sender’s password.
If user selects “mail” in “Alarm Settings” interface, system will
send mails according to SMTP settings.
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PPPoE function is enabled, the dialing user name and password are
to be set in the interface.
3.3.4 HTTPS
V1772N-T series domes support heartbeat function. In the SNMP
setting interface, input the heartbeat server IP address, heartbeat
interval, and click the save button, then the device will send
Figure 3-13 HTTPS settings
heartbeat package to the designated server or client, to help the
server and client check the network status of the device.
V1772N-T series domes support HTTPS protocol. You can import
the CA certificate in the interface above.
3.3.2 FTP
3.3.5 802.1X
Figure 3-11 FTP settings
V1772N-T series domes support the function of alarm associated
FTP image unloading (automatically capture images when alarm
occurs). Set the server IP, user name and password for login in the
FTP setting interface. Then activate the alarm associated FTP
uploading function in the alarm setting interface to realize the FTP
image uploading function upon alarms.
Figure 3-14 802.1X settings
V1772N-T series domes support 802.1X protocol. You have to
enable 802.1X authentication when needed. Then, select an EAP
method and enter the user name and password.
3.3.3 SMTP
3.3.6 QoS
Figure 3-15 QoS settings
Figure 3-12 SMTP settings
Users can set the network service quality in the QoS setting
interface.
The domes support the function of alarm associated email sending.
The email server and receiver etc. information shall be set in the
SMTP setting interface.
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Server IP: Set mail server address.
From: Set sender’s mail address.
To: Mail address of recipient.
CC: Mail address of the person copy to.
Authentication: Enable or disable authentication function. This
function should be set according to authentication requirements
of mail server.
There are 4 network Qos modes to be selected:
(1) Normal service
(2) Max reliability
(3) Max throughput
(4) Min delay
Default: Normal service
3.3.9 MDA
3.3.7 IGMP
Figure 3-16 IGMP settings
Figure 3-18 MDA settings
V1772N-T series domes support multicast function. In the IGMP
interface, users can select the stream type and set the state,
multicast IP address and RTP port.
In the MDA interface, users can set the IP server IP and the Port
NO.
3.3.8 SIP
3.3.10 DDNS Setting
Figure 3-19 DDNS Setting
Figure 3-17 SIP settings
SIP Server
SIP Server IP: the IP address of the SIP server;
The Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) can enable constant
synchronization of the host name and the dynamic IP address. Users
only need to input the dynamic domain name to connect to a
network camera instead of memorizing the dynamic IP address.
Port: the port number of the SIP server;
Server ID: the ID of the SIP server;
Device ID: the device ID for registering the SIP server;
Alarm ID: registering ID for the alarm function of the device;
Register Interval: the re-register interval of the device, unit: second;
Heart Beat Interval: the interval of sending out the heart beat, unit:
second.
After the configuration is done, click the save button to register.
Position Information
Longitude: longitude of the installation position;
Latitude: latitude of the installation position.
To employ this method, a PC with a static IP address shall be
available and moreover a dynamic domain name server shall be
running at the PC.
Operation: Select the Server enable option, and then select the
DDNS type. Input the IP address of the DDNS server, configure
Domain, User name, Password and Update time, and then save the
configurations. Open IE, input the domain name and you can access
the web search page of the device.
3.3.11 UPnP Setting
Figure 3-20 UPnP Setting
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Build up a mapping relation between a private network and an
external network via UPNP protocol. Select “UPnP” key to enter
the setting interface and the mapping list added will appear on the
interface.
Focus: The following parameters can be set;
You can click “
White Balance
” to delete and “ ” to edit.
You can click the “Add” key to add a mapping.
Figure 3-21 Add a Mapping
3.4 Camera Settings
For different camera modules, the camera setting interface will be
different.
Note: The dome supports the function of editing the camera
parameters modes. In the camera setting interface, users can set 6
groups of parameters, defining each group as a mode. And the set
mode can also be changed. In the Time Function interface, users
can call up the different modes flexibly. Please refer to the section
3.7.
3.4.1 V1772N-20TH Camera Settings
For V1772N-20TH series domes, click “Camera” tab to display the
figure below. The basic items include: zoom, focus, iris, white
balance, exposure, day/night, special functions and factory settings
etc.
Figure 3-22 Camera setting for V1772N-20TH
y
y
Mode: M/A (manual priority) / Auto, and Manual
Focus limit: 10cm, 30cm, 1m, and 3m.
Mode: Auto, Manual, Sodium, and Mercury. When the white
balance is set as “Manual”, the R-gain (red light AGC) and B-gain
(blue light AGC) can be set.
Exposure
Parameter settings are shown as below:
y Mode: Set exposure mode, Auto (day) / Auto (normal) / Auto
(night) / Auto (D/N) / Shutter / Exposure.
y Level: In Shutter mode, set the Level and select in 1/1s~1/30000s
(60Hz) or 1/0.75~1/30000 (50Hz), 17 levels adjustable ˗ In
Exposure mode, set iris level and select in F3.2~F9.1, 4 levels
adjustable.
y Backlight: ON, OFF. When turn on the BLC, the level of BLC
can be set.
y DSS (Digital Slow Shutter): The digital slow shutter slows the
picture frame rate and enhances the camera’s sensitivity in poor
light environments. When Exposure mode becomes Auto mode,
DSS is settable and ranges from 1/2~1/60, 6 levels adjustable.
y WDR mode: Off, WDR, WDR*, AD WDR, AD WDR*.
Day/Night
y The BWC mode and BWC sens will change along with the
exposure mode. When the BWC mode is displayed as “Manual”,
the BWC settings can be set in the “Manual” BWC mode list.
y Manual BWC mode: color and B/W mode optional. Color: the
video is in color, B/W: the video is in black and white
Note: In Auto Exposure mode (Auto (day), Auto (night)), the
exposure is automatically, but the BWC switch can be controlled
manually.
Special Functions:
y Mirror mode: Off, H-mirror, V-mirror, HV-mirror.
y Freeze: On, Off, Freeze Preset (Pst).
y Sharpness: Auto, Manual. In auto mode, it will auto adjust the
sharpness as per the video; in manual mode, the horizontal and
vertical sharpness can be adjust between 0~63.
y Slow AE: adjust the exposure time, with 1~48 optional. The
higher the value is, the longer the exposure time is, and vice
versa.
y FNR: Off, Manual, Auto 1, Auto 2, Auto 3; In Manual mode, the
FNR level can be selected in 1~15 levels.
y Max. AGC: set the maximum AGC value, 0~37 optional.
y AGC comps: set the AGC compensation value, 1~15 adjustable.
Picture mode: 4 picture modes optional. The default mode is mode
2. In the daylight outdoor environment, the picture mode 1 is with
Zoom: Set the zoom speed, perform zoom in/out operations.
Iris: Set iris mode, available of M/A (manual priority), Auto, and
Manual. Iris value and Iris average are settable under manual mode.
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better saturation degree; and in low illumination environment, the
picture mode 2 is with better lucidness, and the mode 3 and 4 are
with better brightness than mode 1 and 2.
y Lucidness: turn on/off the lucidness function. When the function
is turned on, the contrast can be adjusted, so as to increase the
lucidness of the video.
3.4.2 V1772N-20TL Camera Settings
For V1772N-20TL series domes, click “Camera” tab to display the
interface shown as below. The configuration items includes Zoom,
Focus, Iris, White Balance, Exposure, Day/Night switch, Special
function and Factory default settings. And the Special function
contains image mirror, sharpness, Slow AE, FNR, AGC, Gama
setting, high definition setting, chroma suppress and edge color
suppress.
Figure 3-23 Camera settings
Zoom: Set the zoom speed, perform zoom in/out operations.
Iris: Set iris mode, available of M/A (manual priority), Auto, and
Manual. Iris value and Iris average are settable under manual or
M/A mode.
Focus: The following parameters can be set;
y
Mode: M/A (manual priority) / Auto, and Manual.
y
AF Type: Normal. (Reserved)
y
AF Sense: Normal. (Reserved)
y
Focus limit: 10cm, 30cm, 1m, and 3m.
White Balance
picture frame rate and enhances the camera’s sensitivity in poor
light environments. When Exposure mode becomes Auto mode,
DSS is settable in X2, X4, X8, X16, X32, or Off.
y WDR mode: On, OFF.
Day/Night
y BWC mode: Auto, manual. In auto mode, the BWC sens can be
set with 0~28 optional. In manual mode, the BWC mode can be
selected in “Manual” BWC mode list.
y Manual BWC mode: color and B/W mode optional. Color: the
video is in color, B/W: the video is in black and white.
Special Functions:
y Mirror mode: Off, H-mirror, V-mirror, HV-mirror.
y Sharpness: 0~15 optional. The higher the value is, the better the
sharpness performance is.
y Slow AE: adjust the exposure time, with 1~48 optional. The
higher the value is, the longer the exposure time is, and vice
versa.
y FNR: Off, 1~7 levels optional.
y Gain limit: set the auto gain limit, 8dB~34dB optional, 14 levels
adjustable.
y Gamma Mode: appropriately increase the video quality by
brightening the dark part without influencing the bright part. 0~3
levels optional.
y Lucidness: turn off the lucidness function or turn it on among
options of 1#, 2#, 3#, 4#, 5#, 6# and 7#.
y High Resolution: turn on / off the High Resolution mode. When
turn on the High Resolution mode, the image resolution will be
increased.
y Chroma Suppress: in the low illumination conditions, the
Chroma Suppress function can remove the color noises. Low,
normal, medium, high levels are optional. The higher the level is,
the greater the suppress performance can be.
y Edge Color Suppress: There are 6 levels optional. At level 0, the
function is unavailable, and at level 5, the suppress performance
is the best.
y Contrast: to adjust the image contrast, 0~100 adjustable.
y Brightness: to adjust the image brightness, 0~100 adjustable.
y Saturation: to adjust the color saturation, 0~14 adjustable.
y Power Frequency: 50Hz, 60Hz.
Mode: Auto, Manual, Indoor, Outdoor, ATW, Outdoor Auto and
Sodium Auto. When the white balance is set as “Manual”, the
3.4.3 V1772N-30TS Camera Settings
R-gain (red light AGC) and B-gain (blue light AGC) can be set.
For V1772N-30TS series domes, click “Camera” tab to display the
interface below. The basic items include: zoom, focus, iris, white
balance, exposure, day/night, special functions and factory default
etc.
Exposure
Parameter settings are shown as below:
y Mode: Set exposure mode, Auto / Shutter / Iris / Brightness.
y Level: In Shutter mode, set the Level and select in
1/30s~1/10000s, 17 levels adjustable; In Iris mode, set iris level
and select in F1.6~F14, 13 levels adjustable; In Brightness mode,
the exposure level can be 0, or optional in 5~31 continuous.
y Backlight: On, Off. When turn on the BLC, the level of BLC can
be set.
y DSS (Digital Slow Shutter): The digital slow shutter slows the
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sharpness performance is.
y Slow AE: adjust the exposure time, with 1~48 optional. The
higher the value is, the longer the exposure time is, and vice
versa.
y FNR: Off, 1~5 levels optional.
y EIS: set the image stabilization function.
y Gain limit: set the gain limit, 6dB ~ 28dB, 12 levels optional.
y Gamma: standard, direct, S curve (low/medium/high adjustable)
y High sens: turn on / off the high sens mode.
y Lucidness: turn on/off the lucidness function. When the function
is turned on, the contrast can be adjusted, so as to increase the
lucidness of the video.
Figure 3-24 Camera setting for V1772N-30TS
Zoom: Set the zoom speed, perform zoom in/out operations.
Iris: Set iris mode, available of M/A (manual priority), Auto, and
Manual. Iris value and Iris average are settable under manual mode.
Focus: The following parameters can be set;
y
Mode: M/A (manual priority) / Auto, and Manual.
y
Auto Focus Type: normal, interval, zoom triggered.
y
Sensitivity: low, normal.
y
Focus Limit: 10cm, 30cm, 1m, and 3m.
3.4.4 V1772N-18TH Camera Settings
For V1772N-18TH series PTZ domes, click “Camera” tab to
display the interface shown as below. The configuration items
includes Zoom, Focus, Iris, White Balance, Exposure, Sharpness,
Day/Night switch, AGC, Special function and Factory default
settings, and etc.
White Balance
Mode: Auto, Manual, Indoor, Outdoor, ATW, Outdoor auto, and
Sodium auto. When the white balance is set as “Manual”, the
R-gain (red light AGC) and B-gain (blue light AGC) can be set.
Exposure: Parameter settings are shown as below:
y Mode: Set exposure mode, Auto / Shutter / Iris / Brightness.
y Level: In Shutter mode, set the Level and select in 1/1s~1/10000s,
22 levels adjustable˗In Iris mode, set iris level and select in
F1.6~F14, 13 levels adjustable; In Brightness mode, the exposure
mode is adjustable in 0, 5~17.
y Backlight: ON, OFF.
y DSS (Digital Slow Shutter): The digital slow shutter slows the
picture frame rate and enhances the camera’s sensitivity in poor
light environments. When Exposure mode becomes Auto mode,
DSS is settable with On/Off optional.
y WDR mode: Off / On / Auto.
Day/Night
y BWC mode: Auto, manual. In auto mode, the BWC sens can be
set, with 1~28 optional. In manual mode, the BWC mode can be
selected in “Manual” BWC mode list.
y Manual BWC mode: color and B/W mode optional. Color: the
video is in color, B/W: the video is in black and white.
Special Functions
y Mirror mode: Off, H-mirror, V-mirror, HV-mirror.
y Freeze: On, Off, Freeze Preset (Pst).
y Sharpness: 0~15 optional. The higher the value is, the better the
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Figure 3-25 Camera settings for V1772N-18TH
Zoom: Set the zoom speed, perform zoom in/out operations.
Iris: Set iris mode, available of M/A (manual priority), Auto, and
Manual. Iris value and Iris average are settable under manual mode.
Focus: The following parameters can be set;
y
Mode: M/A (manual priority) / Auto, and Manual.
y
Focus limit: 10cm, 30cm, 1m, and 3m.
White Balance
Mode: Auto, Manual, Sodium, and Mercury. When the white
balance is set as “Manual”, the R-gain (red light AGC) and B-gain
(blue light AGC) can be set.
Exposure
Parameter settings are shown as below:
y Mode: Set exposure mode, Auto (day) / Auto (normal) /Auto
(night) / Auto (D/N) / Shutter / Exposure.
y Level: In Shutter mode, set the Level and select in
1/30s~1/10000s, 12 levels adjustable˗In Exposure mode, set iris
level and select in F1.6~F34, 10 levels adjustable.
y Backlight: On, Off. When turn on the BLC, the level of BLC can
be set.
y WDR mode: On, Off.
Focus: The following parameters can be set;
y
Mode: M/A (manual priority) / Auto, and Manual.
y
Focus limit: 10cm, 30cm, 1m, and 3m.
White Balance
Day/Night
y The BWC mode and BWC sens will change along with the
exposure mode. When the Exposure mode is selected as
“Shutter” or “Exposure”, the BWC mode is displayed as
“Manual”, and then the BWC settings can be set in the “Manual”
BWC mode list.
y Manual BWC mode: color and B/W mode optional. Color: the
video is in color, B/W: the video is in black and white.
Note: In Auto Exposure mode (Auto (day), Auto (night)), the
exposure is automatically, but the BWC switch can be controlled
manually.
Special Functions:
y Mirror mode: Off, H-mirror.
y Freeze: On, Off, Freeze Preset (Pst).
y Sharpness: Auto, Manual. In auto mode, it will auto adjust the
sharpness as per the video; in manual mode, the horizontal and
vertical sharpness can be adjust between 0~63.
y Gain limit: set the auto gain limit, 0~40 optional.
y AGC comps: set the AGC compensation, 1~15 adjustable.
3.4.5 V1772N-30TH Camera Settings
For V1772N-30TH series PTZ domes, click “Camera” tab to
display the interface shown as below. The configuration items
includes Zoom, Focus, Iris, White Balance, Exposure, Sharpness,
Day/Night switch, AGC, Special function and Factory default
settings, and etc.
Mode: Auto, Manual, Sodium, and Mercury. When the white
balance is set as “Manual”, the R-gain (red light AGC) and B-gain
(blue light AGC) can be set.
Exposure
Parameter settings are shown as below:
y Mode: Set exposure mode, Auto (day) / Auto (normal) /Auto
(night) / Auto (D/N) / Shutter / Exposure.
y Level: In Shutter mode, set the Level and select in 1/4s~1/10000s,
15 levels adjustable˗In Exposure mode, set iris level and select in
F1.4~F32, 10 levels adjustable.
y Backlight: On, Off. When turn on the BLC, the level of BLC can
be set.
y DSS (Digital Slow Shutter): The digital slow shutter slows the
picture frame rate and enhances the camera’s sensitivity in poor
light environments. When Exposure mode becomes Auto mode,
DSS is settable in 1/30~1/4, 4 levels.
y WDR mode: WDR, AD WDR.
y Stabilize: On, Off.
Day/Night
y The BWC mode and BWC sens will change along with the
exposure mode. When the Exposure mode is selected as
“Shutter” or “Exposure”, the BWC mode is displayed as
“Manual”, and then the BWC settings can be set in the “Manual”
BWC mode list.
y Manual BWC mode: color and B/W mode optional. Color: the
video is in color, B/W: the video is in black and white.
Note: In Auto Exposure mode (Auto (day), Auto (night)), the
exposure is automatically, but the BWC switch can be controlled
manually.
Figure 3-26 Camera settings for V1772N-30TH
Zoom: Set the zoom speed, perform zoom in/out operations.
Iris: Set iris mode, available of M/A (manual priority), Auto, and
Manual. Iris value and Iris average are settable under manual mode.
Special Functions:
y Mirror mode: Off, H-mirror, V-mirror, HV-mirror.
y Freeze: On, Off, Freeze Preset (Pst).
y Sharpness: Auto, Manual. In auto mode, it will auto adjust the
sharpness as per the video; in manual mode, the horizontal and
vertical sharpness can be adjust between 0~63.
y Slow AE: adjust the exposure time, with 1~48 optional. The
higher the value is, the longer the exposure time is, and vice
versa.
y FNR: Off, Manual, Auto 1, Auto 2. Auto 3. in Manual mode,
FNR value is 1~5 levels optional.
y Gain limit: set the auto gain limit, 0~35 optional.
y AGC comps: set the AGC compensation, 1~15 adjustable.
y Lucidness: turn on/off the lucidness function. When the function
is turned on, the contrast can be adjusted, so as to increase the
lucidness of the video.
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y Color level: when the lucidness function is enabled, the color
level can be set in 0~128.
3.5 Audio Video
Click the “Audio video” button on the navigation bar to display the
audio video settings interface as shown below:
Figure 3-27 Video settings
The Audio video settings interface includes 5 tabs: video, OSD,
motion detection, saving path and audio. Click each tab to enter the
corresponding interface.
The following part will introduce the 5 tabs in details.
3.5.1 Video Settings
Users can set video parameters under H.264 major stream, minor
steam and MJPEG steam, such as Resolution, Frame rate, Bit rate,
and IP rate etc.
Resolution:
H.264 major stream: For 2.0 megapixel HD IP domes, the
maximum resolution supported is 1920×1080, optional with
1280×1024, 1280×960, 1280×720, 1024×768, 800×600. And for
1.0 megapixel HD IP domes, the maximum resolution is 1280×720,
and optional with 800×600.
H.264 minor stream: 1024×576, 720×576, 720×480, 640×480,
352×288, 352×240 and close.
MJPEG stream: For 2.0 megapixel HD IP domes, resolution is
optional from 1920×1080, 1280×1024, 1280×720, 720×480 and
close. And for 1.0 megapixel HD IP domes, the resolution is
optional from 1280×720, 720×480 and close.
Frame Rate: The number of compressed frames that the dome
processes per second.
The images will be smoother when the set frame rate is greater. But
the CUP processing ability upon other events will be reduced.
Under H.264 stream, the maximum frame rate is 30fps, and under
MJPEG stream, the maximum frame rate is 10fps.
Note: Settings between H.264 major/minor and MJPEG streams
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will influence each other. If H.264 major steam is turned on at
1080P/30fps, the minor stream will be turned off, and MJPEG
stream can only be turned on at 1080P/4fps; and if H.264 major
stream is turned on at 1080P/25fps, the minor stream is turned off,
and the MJPEG stream can be set at 9fps. Please set as per the web
page’s prompts.
Bit Rate: Variable bit rate and constant bit rate optional.
With variable bit rate, the system can automatically adjust the
bandwidth that the images take up as per the complexity of the
images. In practical use, the complexity of the images in the video
varies constantly, like the minutia and the moving speed etc. If the
video includes too much minutia and images in it move fast, then
the bandwidth it takes will be larger. Or otherwise, the bandwidth is
narrower. If the Bit Rate is set as “Constant bit rate”, then the
images are transferred by fixed bandwidth capacity, no matter how
the complexity of the images changes.
Bit Rate Upper Limit: When the Bit Rate Control is set as
“Variable bit rate”, the Bit Rate Limit shall be set at the same time.
If it is set as “Constant bit rate”, then the bit rate fixed, and the bit
rate is defined in the Bit rate limit.
In major stream transmission, the bit rate limit is optional from
1000Kbps, 2000Kbps, 3000Kbps, 4000Kbps, 6000Kbps, 8000Kbps
and 10000Kbps; in minor stream transmission, the bit rate limit is
optional from 256Kbps, 512Kbps, 1000Kbps and 2000Kbps.
GOV Number
GOV number is the ratio between I frame and P frame. The higher
the GOV number is, the smaller the data amount is, and thus the
less the network resources it takes. The GOV number can be set at
maximum of 60.
Image Quality
In MJPEG stream transmission, the image quality is settable, with
the options of: Highest, High, Average, Low, Lowest. The higher
quality images will take up more bandwidth.
3.5.3 Motion Detection
3.5.2 OSD
Figure 3-28 OSD
OSD include: Titles, PTZ info and Date OSD.
Click the ON buttons and you can set the device title as well as its
location, PTZ information and date OSD.
Figure 3-29 Motion detection settings
Motion detection function is supported for the series. Use mouse to
set the motion detect zones (4 areas).
Select the zone number to be set. If the zone is already set as a
motion detection zone, then a blue line frame (the motion detection
zone) will be displayed on the screen.
Titles: The PTZ camera supports 2 titles.
Setting method for motion detection area:
Title 1: There are two options of Text and Image, for instance, to
show a logo. Click Text and you can enter a title in the context box,
which allows up to 127 bytes (a~z, A~Z and 0~9).Click Image and
you can click Browse to upload a picture. (Note: The picture shall
meet the requirements of: its length the multiple of 32, its width the
multiple of 4, 256 color (8 bit depth), bmp format).
You can employ Transparent to adjust the transparency of the
picture.
Click the Clean white box to remove the background of the picture.
Title 2: You can enter a title of a single row or multi rows up to 5
rows.
X-axis &Y-axis: the title axis location. Both X-axis and Y-axis can
be any of whole numbers from 0 to 99.
Click the “Set” button after the option “Motion detection scene”,
and use the direction keys to control the selection of the motion
detection scene. Click “Confirm” to save the scene. Note: The 4
zones shall be set at a same scene.
Select the zone number, click the button “Draw”, and then left-click
on the screen and draw to form a blue line frame. When the blue
line box is drew, click the button “Save” to save the zone, and the
blue line will turn to green line, indicating the setting is finished.
The zone name and sensitivity can also be set in the interface.
Deselect the zone number can cancel the motion detection zone
display.
3.5.4 Saving Path
Font Size: set the font size to be displayed. The bigger the value is,
the larger the font size is.
After all settings finished, click “Save” button to display OSD on
the video. To cancel OSD display, set it to “OFF” and then click the
button “Save”.
Figure 3-30 Saving path
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(6) Press “Call” button to call up the preset;
The default photo saving path is: C:\InfiPlayerAX\Picture.
The default video saving path is: C:\InfiPlayerAX\Video.
The photo format and video format can also be set here. The default
photo format is: .jpg. And the default video format is: .avi.
To change the saving path, click “Browse” to pop up the dialog box
for saving path selection.
(7) Press “Delete” button to delete the selected preset;
(8) Press “Delete all” button to delete all the presets.
3.6.2 Autopan
Select “Autopan” tab, and the interface is shown as below:
3.5.5 Audio Setting
Figure 3-31 Audio setting
Sample rate: fixed at 8K.
Format: G711-U.
3.6 PTZ Settings
Click the “PTZ function” on the left navigation bar to display the
PTZ setting interface shown as below:
Figure 3-33 Autopan
(1) Select the desired autopan number (1~4);
(2) Set the pan direction, speed and the stay time at the scan
boundaries;
(3) Set the Autopan title. The title supports lowercase/uppercase
letters, numeric, space and underline with maximum 16
characters. Then press “Set” button to save the title;
(4) Click the direction key to make the dome aim at the target
position;
(5) Press “Start” button to set the current position as the boundary
Figure 3-32 PTZ function
A;
(6) Click direction keys to change the dome’s position;
In the PTZ function interface, users can set and call up functions
like the preset, autopan, pattern, home return, normal tour, privacy
mask etc.
(7) Press “End” button to set the current position as the boundary
B;
(8) Select the desired autopan number to be called up;
3.6.1 Preset
(9) Press “Call” button to call up the autopan;
(10) Click “Delete” button to delete the selected autopan;
(1) Select the preset number (1~255);
(2) Set the preset title. The title supports lowercase/uppercase
letters, numeric, space and underline with maximum 16
characters. Then press “Set” button to save the title;
(3) Change the dome and lens position by clicking the direction
keys and lens function keys (iris, focus and zoom);
(4) Press “Save” button to save the current position as a preset;
(5) Select the desired preset number to be called up (1~255);
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(11) Click “Delete all” button to delete all the autopans.
3.6.3 Pattern
Select “Pattern” tab, and the pattern setting interface is shown as
below:
3.6.5 Normal Tour
Figure 3-34 Pattern
(1) Select the desired pattern number (1~4);
(2) Set the pattern title. The title supports lowercase/uppercase
letters, numeric, space and underline with maximum16
characters. Then press “Set” button to save the title;
(3) Click “Start” button to start pattern setting;
(4) Click the direction keys and zoom keys to perform a series of
pan, tilt and zoom operation;
(5) Press “End” button to save the pattern;
(6) Select the desired pattern number (1~4) to be called up;
(7) Press “Call” button to call up the pattern.
3.6.4 Home Return
Figure 3-36 Normal Tour
Tour is a combination of different actions like preset (NO.1~32),
pattern (NO.1~4) and autopan (NO.1~4).
The dome supports 6 tours with the maximum of 14 actions
associated together, and the interval between each action is settable.
After set the normal tour in this interface, the tour could be called
via “PTZ function” in the live view. Refer to section 4.2.
3.6.6 Privacy Mask
V1772N-T series domes support privacy mask function. If there is
certain location within the surveillance area where operators are not
allowed to see, and thus, PRIVACY MASK can be applied. System
covers and shields the sensitive area via Privacy MASK setting, to
avoid operators observing certain sensitive locations on monitor.
Figure 3-35 Home Return
The Home Return function makes the dome return to the preset
position after a period of inactivity, which ensures the dome
automatically monitor the specific place when the operator doesn’t
control the dome in a period of time.
In the setting interface, users can set return time, action (No.1~32
preset, NO.1~4 pattern and NO. 1~4 autopan are optional) and
decide whether to return to the position before powering off.
Figure 3-37 Privacy mask
Setting steps:
Step 1: Turn on the “Enable” button to enable the Privacy mask
function;
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Step 2: Set the color and area number of the privacy mask area, and
3.7 Time Function
enable the state display function;
Note: If the privacy mask zone is already set, the corresponding
privacy mask zone will be displayed on the screen.
Step 3: Click the “Reset” button to set the center of the privacy
mask zone as per the dome control prompts.
Note: The vertical angle can not be larger than 7°.
Step 4: Please control the pan and tilt travel of the dome to set the
size of the privacy mask zone. And press “Apply” button to finish
it.
Note: The number of the privacy mask zones is determined by the
camera module used. The Hitachi camera modules support 4
privacy mask zones and Sony dome drives support 24 privacy mask
zones, and Panasonic dome drives support 15 privacy mask zones.
3.6.7 PTZ Special Functions
Figure 3-39 Time function
Figure 3-38 PTZ special functions
Address: 1~255.
Protocol: IPD.
Baud rate: 2400 bps, 4800 bps, 9600 bps.
Work mode: normal, energy-efficient.
Set the PTZ work mode to “normal” or “energy-efficient”. When
the dome is in static status, you can choose energy-efficient mode to
reduce the motor current so as to cut down the radiating and power
consumption.
Tilt angle: normal, far version.
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In mode calling, the mode status (On/Off) and effective period of
the cameras can be set flexibly.
Compared to normal tour, time tour is more flexible.
Act mode: Close (No tour), Once (valid for that day), Everyday
(valid every day) and User-def.
Act time: When the act mode is “User-def”, the act time can be
selected. When Monday is selected, then the act will be performed
every Monday.
Action: For mode calling, the response action includes 6 modes in
the "Camera" setting interface; for time tour, the response action
can be NO.1~32 preset, NO.1~4 pattern or NO.1~4 autopan
optional, and the start time and end time of each action is settable.
3.8 Alarm
Click “Alarm” on the left navigation bar to display the alarm setting
interface shown as below:
alarm time period is set upon 24 hours format (hour: minute). The
end time must be larger than the start time.
3.9 Record
Click the Record button on the navigation bar to display the
interface shown as below:
Figure 3-40 Alarm settings
Alarm configuration
The dome supports 2 alarm inputs (I/O In 1 and I/O In 2) and 1
relay output (I/O Out 1). Users can set the status of each alarm
Figure 3-41 Record Settings
input: Grounded Circuit and Open Circuit optional.
The record interface contains two tab pages: Settings, Replay.
Alarmout contact:
Set the transfer mode of the alarm signal: “Local contact” and “Net
3.9.1 Parameters Setting
contact” optional.
Local contact: I/O output is triggered by I/O alarm input, motion
detection or SD card out or network break etc. The default alarmout
contact is “local contact”.
Net contact: I/O output is controlled by the surveillance
management software. Note: The function here shall work together
with the Digital Video Surveillance Management Software, such as
V2216. If “Net contact” is selected, users shall set the IP of the
Alarm server as the server IP of V2216-CMS. After the necessary
settings in V2216, users can control the relay switches remotely via
the software. For detailed setting information, please see the V2216
Operation Manual.
Alarm server IP: set the IP of the alarm server.
Recording video type: select the stream to be recorded, including
major stream and minor stream.
SD card full: Overwrite and Stop modes optional. In overwrite
mode: when the SD card is full, the new records will overwrite the
old ones. In Stop mode: when the SD card is full, the recording will
stop automatically.
Recording mode: set the recording mode, with “Alarm triggered”,
“Always”, “Close” modes optional. When the “Alarm triggered”
mode is selected, and the setting of alarm associated with SD card
is set in the alarm interface, then when alarm occurs, the record will
triggered automatically.
Users could check the status of the SD card, and format the card.
If users want to plug out the card in operating, please click the
“Enable” button after the “SD card operation”.
Alarm Out Contact
Users can set the responding action of each switch signal alarm
input, motion detection, SD card out, network break etc. with the
options: I/O out 1 (when the “Net contact” is selected, the option is
invalid), Mail, FTP, SD card, Audio, All. Press the “Save” button to
take it into effect.
Alarm Schedule
The alarm effective time can be set flexibly. Users can select the
alarm period (such as Sunday, then on each Sunday, the alarm
settings will be in effect in the set time; if everyday is selected, then
the alarm settings will be in effect in the set time on everyday). The
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3.9.2 Replay
Figure 3-43 User information
1.
Add User
(1) Click “
” to enter the interface as shown in the
figure below:
Figure 3-42 Search Record
Search Record: set the record start time and end time. Click the
Search button the start the searching. The records during the period
will be listed on the interface.
Video replay: double click the record file in the list, or select one
file and click “Play” button
press
or
to play the video. In the replay,
Figure 3-44 Add New User
(2) Enter the desired User Name and Password (Special characters
are not allowed, it should be letters, numeric, underline and
theirs combinations. The user name includes 1~30 characters,
and the password includes 8~20 characters);
(3) Click “OK” button. If the setting is successful, the new user
name will appear in the following account list. E.g.: user 1.
buttons to stop or pause the playing.
Video Download: the record file stored in the SD card can be
downloaded to the local PC. In the record list (use the “Ctrl” or
“Shift” buttons to multi-select), click the “download the selected
files” button to enter the downloading interface.
Figure 3-45 Add User
Download path: the local store path of the downloaded files. If
resetting is required, please click the “browse” button.
2.
Click the “Start” button to download the files.
Delete Users
The downloading progress will be displayed by percentage. When it
Click
is finished, “100%” will be shown.
button behind the common user you want to delete in
the account list, and the following figure will display:
3.10 Users Management
The system default super user is: admin (password: admin). Super
user can add, delete common users, and change the password of the
common users. But the password of the super user can not be
changed. The system supports 8 users at most.
The following part will introduce how to add and delete users.
Figure 3-46 Delete User
In the “Setting” interface, click “User” tab to display all users
information of the system. The item of “Num” will display the total
number of the users; in the “Property” item,
user, while
item, click
stands for super
stands for common user; and in the “Operation”
to delete, and click
Click “OK” button, the selected user would be deleted and the
account list would be automatically updated.
3.
Change User Password
to edit user information.
Click
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button in the account list, and the dialog box of Edit
User Information will pop up.
Chapter IV PTZ Control and Call Up
4.1 PTZ Control
In live view interface, click “PTZ control” tab to expand the PTZ
control interface as shown below:
Figure 3-47
Input the old password, enter your desired new password for twice
and then click “OK” button, a prompt pops out as following:
Figure 4-1 PTZ control interface
Figure 3-48 Edit Password
In the interface, users can perform PTZ control, iris adjustment,
focus/zoom adjustment, and also set the pan and tilt speed.
3.10 System Log
Press the direction keys, the dome will start to move. Loose the key,
Click
button on the navigation bar to enter the
system log interface shown as below:
and the move stops.
buttons are used to adjust iris.
button is used to narrow the iris. The image will
The left
become dim when press this button.
The right
button is used to enlarge the iris. The image will
become bright when press this button.
buttons are used to adjust zoom.
Figure 3-49
It can display 30 logs on one page. Users can turn over the page by
clicking the below arrows or skip to the designated page by clicking
“Goto”. Click “Delete logs”, a prompt will come out. Then, click
“Yes” to clear logs.
Press
button to zoom out the image so as to get the
tele-images.
Press
button to zoom in the image so as to get the
close-images.
buttons are used to adjust focus.
Press
focus.
button for wide focus, and press
button for tele
The pan and tilt speed can be set in this interface, with 8 different
levels optional. And the higher the level is, the faster the dome
moves.
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4.2 PTZ Function
Figure 4-2 PTZ function
Click “PTZ Function” button, and the interface is shown as below.
Users could set or call up the preset, autopan, pattern, normal tour,
autoscan and auto flip function in this interface.
Refer to Section 3.6.1 to 3.6.5 for the settings of preset, autopan,
pattern and normal tour in the system setting interface.
The dome supports 255 presets, 4 patterns, 4 autopan and 6 groups
of normal tour (maximum 14 actions in each tour).
Figure 4-5 Selected area zoom and centered
When the option “Turn On PTZ” is selected, click “Vector
Dragging” which can control the operation of PTZ dome by moving
the left key of mouse.
As shown below, after click “Turn On PTZ” option and click
4.3 Mouse Operation
“Vector Dragging”, and then left click the mouse without release
The Megapixel Network PTZ Domes can be controlled via the
mouse. On the video screen, right-click the mouse to display the
dialog box as shown below. Click “Turn On PTZ” option to select
it.
and drag it for a certain distance until a blue line with arrowhead is
drew. The dome will move toward in the direction that the
arrowhead shows. The longer the line is, the fast the dome moves.
When the mouse clicking is released, the dome stops moving.
Figure 4-3
When the option “Turn On PTZ” is selected, as shown in Figure 4-4,
Figure 4-6
click “Area Zoom” which can realize the zoom and centered
function of video by dragging the frame with mouse. Click
somewhere of the selected area with the mouse, the target can be
centered on the video display screen.
Figure 4-4 Dragging the frame with mouse
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Under “Area Zoom” and “Vector Dragging” status, roll the scroll
wheel forward to zoom in the video and backward to zoom out the
video.
When the “Turn On PTZ” option is selected, click “Full Screen” to
display the video in full screen. Click the “Full Screen” button
again to cancel the full screen display.
When the “Turn On PTZ” option is disabled, double-click the
screen can display the video in full screen, and double-click again
can cancel the full screen display.
The dome support right click operations of the mouse (snapshot). In
the video display interface, right-click the window, and select
“Snapshot” in the popped up menu, then the current image can be
saved to the local PC. For instruction about the snapshot saving
path, please refer to the section 3.5.4.
Deselect “Turn On PTZ” and click “Digital Zoom” as shown
below:
Figure 4-7
Drag your mouse on the video image and the framed image can be
zoomed in as shown below:
Figure 4-8
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