EverFocus EPN 3600 User manual

EverFocus EPN 3600 User manual
EPN3600 IP PTZ Speed Dome
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp,
Release: July 2009
EPN3600
Product Name: EPN Series EverFocus Network Speed Dome
FCC Notice "Declaration of Conformity Information"
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
Installation. 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. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly
approved by EverFocus or parties authorized by EverFocus could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
EverFocus Electronics Corp.
12F, No. 79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Rd., His-Chi,
Taipei Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
EPN2700/3100/3600 complies with CE and FCC.
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About this document
All the safety and operating instructions should be read and followed before
the unit is operated. This manual should be retained for future reference.
The information in this manual was current when published. The
manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve its products. All
specifications are therefore subject to change without notice.
Safety Notice
-These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiated radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
-Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-Increase these separations between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
To reduce risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to
rain or moisture.
Do not attempt to disassemble the appliance. To prevent electric
shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside. Contact qualified service personnel for maintenance. Handle
the appliance with care. Do not strike or shake, as this may damage the
appliance.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the appliance
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body. Use a dry cloth to clean the appliance when it is dirty. When the dirt
is hard to remove, use a mild detergent and wipe gently.
Do not operate the appliance beyond its specified temperature,
humidity or power source ratings. Do not use the appliance in an extreme
environment where high temperature or high humidity exists. Use the
appliance at temperature within 0℃ ~ +40℃ / 32
~ 104
and a humidity
below 90%. The input power source for this appliance is 12 VDC & PoE.
Use only the recommended power supplies. Power supplies must
comply with the requirement of the latest version of IEC60950-1.
Substitutions may damage the unit or cause a fire or shock hazard.
Electrostatic-sensitive device. Use proper CMOS/MOSFET handing
precautions to avoid electrostatic discharge.
Installation should be performed by qualified service personnel only in
accordance with the National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.
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registered trademarks of the respective holders. Other product names
appearing in this User's Guide may be trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective holders. Java™ and all Java-related logos and
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Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Support
If the unit ever needs repair service, the customer should contact the nearest
EverFocus Electronics Corp. Service Center for return authorization and
shipping instruction.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................7
1.1. FEATURE .....................................................................................................7
1.2 ACCESSING THE CAMERA MENU ..............................................................9
2.
SETTING ............................................................................................................16
2.1
SYSTEM INFO...........................................................................................16
2.1.1
Information..........................................................................................16
2.1.2
Log.......................................................................................................17
2.2
USER CONFIG ..........................................................................................18
2.3
NETWORK .................................................................................................20
2.3.1
Network...............................................................................................21
2.3.2
DDNS ..................................................................................................23
2.3.3
Bandwidth...........................................................................................24
2.3.4
SMTP/FTP..........................................................................................25
2.3.5
Network Alarm (reserved for PowerCon).......................................27
2.4
VIDEO .........................................................................................................27
2.4.1
Multi Streaming ..................................................................................28
2.4.2
Camera ...............................................................................................29
2.4.2.1
POSITION SETTINGS .............................................................30
2.4.2.1.1 Set Preset...................................................................................30
2.4.2.2
2.4.2.2.1
2.4.2.2.2
2.4.2.2.3
AUTO MODE SETTINGS ........................................................31
Set Auto Tracking ......................................................................31
Set Auto Pan ..............................................................................42
Set Tour.......................................................................................44
2.4.2.2.4 Set Pattern .................................................................................45
2.4.2.3
PTZ OSD SETTINGS ...............................................................47
2.4.2.3.1 VIDEO SETTINGS ....................................................................49
2.4.2.3.1.1 Exposure..................................................................................49
2.4.2.3.1.2
2.4.2.3.1.3
2.4.2.3.1.4
2.4.2.3.1.5
Focus Mode.............................................................................51
Digital Zoom ............................................................................52
White Balance.........................................................................52
Backlight ..................................................................................53
2.4.2.3.1.6
2.4.2.3.1.7
2.4.2.3.1.8
2.4.2.3.1.9
Day/Night .................................................................................53
Color .........................................................................................55
Negative...................................................................................55
Wide Dynamic Range ............................................................56
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2.4.2.3.2 OSD/AREAS ..............................................................................56
2.4.2.3.2.1 Areas ........................................................................................57
2.4.2.3.2.2 Directions.................................................................................59
2.4.2.3.2.3 Display .....................................................................................60
2.4.2.3.3 PRIVATE ZONES ......................................................................63
2.4.2.3.4 INFO ............................................................................................65
2.4.2.3.5 EXIT.............................................................................................66
2.5
AUDIO.........................................................................................................66
2.6
USER ..........................................................................................................68
2.7
EVENT ........................................................................................................69
2.7.1
Event ...................................................................................................70
2.7.2
Motion..................................................................................................74
2.7.3
Alarm ...................................................................................................75
2.7.4
Time Mask ..........................................................................................76
2.8
SYSTEM .....................................................................................................77
2.8.1
Date/Time ...........................................................................................77
2.8.2
Daylight Saving..................................................................................79
2.8.3
Maintenance.......................................................................................80
2.9
EKB200.......................................................................................................82
3.
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................85
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1. INTRODUCTION
The innovative EPN Series from EverFocus is a high performance multi stream
H.264 IP speed dome featuring intelligent auto tracking functions. EPN is
built-in H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG digital signal output at 4CIF image size with up
to 30fps and H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG multi stream output for simultaneous live
monitoring and high resolution recording. EPN also supports smart auto
tracking functions such as exclusive masking, pan/tilt limits, tracking on patrol
and flexible resume functions. EPN is designed for simple installation and
supports all types of outdoor/indoor mounting applications.
1.1. FEATURE
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Support smart auto tracking functions
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Built-in H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG digital signal output at 4CIF image size
with up to 30fps
H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG multi stream output for simultaneous live
monitoring and high resolution recording
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Support 3 independent video streams that can provide different
compression formats and resolutions
Support MDI/MDI-X auto crossover function
Bandwidth control: 64K/128K/256K/1M/2M/4M/8M bps and unlimited
Built-in network interface (10Base-T/100Base-TX) for remote monitoring
by PC
Smart Wizard settings for various event and schedule recording
conditions
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One-click easy installation
Built-in 27X/30X/36X optical AF zoom camera
True Day/Night function with removable IR cut filter
Low luminance for better image quality at night
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Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
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Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
Built-in Dynamic Noise Reduction (DNR)*
Digital Image Stabilizer (DIS)*
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Motion Detection
Privacy Zone Masking*
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Excellent position accuracy to ±0.1 degree
From super low [0.01°/sec] to high fast [360°/sec] pan/tilt speed
IP66 rated housing for any-weather outdoor use
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Maximum 192 preset positions available
Support directional virtual compass for easy operation. Users can select
any reference direction as North Point.
Programmable auto pan / 16 tours / 4 patterns
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4 priority alarm inputs & 2 alarm outputs
Smart alarm reaction & resume after alarm
Enhanced auto-resume & power-up function
Digital Flip function
*Features and specifications vary on different models. Please see the spec
sheets for the detail.
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1.2 ACCESSING THE CAMERA MENU
Step 1.Start an Internet Explorer browser.
Step 2. Enter the IP address or host name of the camera in the
Location/Address field of your Internet Explorer browser. (Please refer to
EPN2700/3100/3600 Installation Guide for how to find the IP address)
Step 3. Input “Username” and “Password”. Default Username is “user1”
and default password is “11111111”.
Step 4. Click “Login” button.
Step 5. You might be required to download Active X, which is required to
view camera video. Please click "Yes".
Step 6. Congratulation!! You should be able to see the live image now
(See sample image: Figure 1-1 ).
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1○0
1○2
1○4
1○5
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Figure 1-1 Default page of Camera Menu
○1 Press
button to enter Nevio Express system. For more
details, please refer to Nevio Express user manual. For multi-channels
recording, it is suggested to use Nevio Express.
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○2 Press
button to display the "Live" page.
Double click on the image to show a full screen display, double click again or
press ESC to return normal display.
○3 Press
button to enter Setting page. In Setting page,
there are 8 sections: [System Info], [User Config], [Network], [Video], [Audio],
[User], [Event] and [System]. Please refer to “2 SETTING” for further
information.
○4 Press
button to close EPN2700/3100/3600 network
page.
○5 Video Stream
Select Video Stream from Stream 1 / Stream 2 and Stream 3. Please refer to
“2.4.1 Multi Streaming” for further information.
○6 View Size
You can select View size to either reduce or enlarge the image to the
appropriate view size.
Select the view size for live images from:
NTSC: 4CIF (704*480) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*240) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*120)
PAL: 4CIF (704*576) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*288) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*144)
○7 Record
The record button is used to record the current video stream. The location
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where the image file is saved can be specified in “Setting -> User’s Config”.
Please refer to “2.2 USER CONFIG” for further information.
Note: Record segment is limited to 1 min. If you need to do long time recording,
please set schedule recording. For schedule recording info, please see “2.7
EVENT”.
○8 Snapshot
Click Snapshot button to save a snapshot of the video image currently being
displayed. The location where the snapshot data is saved can be specified in
“Setting -> User’s Config”. Please refer to “2.2 USER CONFIG” for further
information.
○9 ~ 1○0 Play Audio/Transmit Audio
Click the “Play Audio” and “Transmit Audio” buttons to switch the sound off and
on for the speaker and microphone, respectively.
1○1
PTZ Control –
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Click “Open” button to open PTZ control window. (See red maker in Figure
1-2 )
Click “Close” button to hide PTZ control window.
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Figure 1-2 PTZ Control Window
: Zoom in
: Zoom out
: Focus far
Focus near
: Iris +
: Iris –
Arrow buttons: Click on an arrow
button to navigate in that direction.
: stop current action.
: User can select PTZ speed from High,
Standard, Low and Minimum.
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Preset button: Click this button first, and input a preset
position number by clicking number key and then click “Go”
button to move the camera to a preset location.
Note: To use this function, user need to set preset location in
advance. Please refer to 2.4.2.1.1 Set Preset” for setting
details.
Auto Pan button: Click this button first and input a preset
auto pan No. by clicking number key (1 for AB Pan, 2 for
Endless Pan) and then click “Go” button to run a preset auto
pan.
Note: To use this function, user need to set Auto Pan in
advance. Please refer to”2.4.2.2.2 Set Auto Pan” for setting
details.
Pattern button: Click this button first and input a preset
pattern No. by clicking number key (1 ~4) and then click “Go”
button to run a preset Pattern.
Note: 1. Click on live screen once to stop running pattern.
2. To use this function, user need to set Pattern in advance.
Please refer to ”2.4.2.2.4 Set Pattern” for setting details.
Tour button: Click this button first and input a preset Tour
No. by clicking number key and then click “Go” button to run
a preset tour.
Note: To use this function, user need to set tour in advance.
Please refer to”2.4.2.2.3 Set Tour” for setting details.
A. Pan(T) button: Click this button first and input a preset
auto pan No. by clicking number key (1 for AB Pan, 2 for
Endless Pan) and then click “Go” button to run a preset auto
pan with auto-tracking function ON.
Tour(T) button: Click this button first and input a preset
Tour No. by clicking number key (1 ~4) and then click “Go”
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button to run a preset tour with auto-tracking function ON.
Number button, Go button and Clear button:
- Click desire number button and it will show in the gray text
area at left-down corner.
- Click “Clear” button to clear the text area.
- Click “Go” button to run a selected function.
1○2
PTZ Control – Navigation Mode
Select this to browse in direction user pointing at.
1○3
PTZ Control – Click-n-Go Mode
Select this and system will center the pointing location for browsing.
1○4
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Auto Tracking –ON/OFF
Click on/ off to enable/disable Auto Tracking function.
1○5
Select Object-
Click this button and select an object on screen for auto-tracking. At this time, a
icon
will display on screen. Use arrow keys to select an object and press
again to save this selection.
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Event
Manual Control – Trigger
Press “Trigger Event” button to trigger an event directly from live view page,
and event actions will be effective if they have been set in “Event” menu.
(Please refer to “2.7.1 Event”)
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1○7
Alarm
Manual Control – Reset
Press “Reset Alarm” button to reset alarm output remotely.
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Status Display
Show the name of the camera whose settings currently being configured,
current date/time and current frame rate.
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Event signals
Tracking Alarm
Motion
When an alarm or motion event is triggered, a signal icon will flash to alert user.
The first icon is for alarm event and rest of the 5 icons are for motion event.
The motion event icons which differed by colors correspond to the motion
trigger areas you have set in Motion menu. Please refer to “2.7.2 Motion” for
detailed information about Motion setup.
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2. SETTING
Click Setting button (see red marker in Figure 2-1) to enter the setting menu
(see Figure 2-2). There are 9 sections in setup menu: [System Info], [User
Config], [Network], [Video], [Audio], [User], [Event], [System] and [EKB200].
Figure 2-1 Camera Menu- Setting
2.1 SYSTEM INFO
System information and system log check of the setup menu can be performed
on this page. The “System Info” page has 2 tabs: [Information] tab and the [Log]
tab. See Figure 2-2.
2.1.1 Information
System Information: Firmware version, MAC address, Video Type, Model
number. (Unchangeable, for reference only)
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Figure 2-2 System Info - Information
2.1.2
Log
Figure 2-3 System Info -Log
System Log:
Date/Time: display date and time of the log.
Log message: contain all information and event message, including login,
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user’s IP, reboot, firmware upgrade, load factory default, configuration reset
and event detected. System will keep the newest 256 records.
Click
button to export system log into a “.txt” file and select the
location where the exported log file will be saved to.
2.2
USER CONFIG
Figure 2-4 User Config
User can set configuration of live view here. Each login user can make his/her
own settings for the following items:
Text Setting
Check boxes of Machine name, Date/Time or Frame Rate to display these
info on the screen.
Foreground Color: change the Foreground Color of info text by moving
the slide bar between Red, Green and Blue until your desire color is
obtained.
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Position: Select the position where the text will be displayed from Upper
Left / Lower Right / Lower Left.
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Date/Time Format Used in Text
Select Date/Time Format from the following options:
Time Format: 24 Hours or 12 Hours.
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Recording/Snapshot Export Setting
Enable Event Recording to PC: Allow event video recording to users' PC if
any events have been set to trigger recording to PC.
Export folder: Select Export folder by clicking
on button, then direct
to desired export folder.
File size: User can limit the size of the single recording file in minutes here.
When the single recording file size exceeds the time you set, the system will
create a new file to continue recording.
Overwrite: Select “ON” for overwriting recording/snapshot file when the disk
storage capacity is full. Enter overwriting. User can set storage capacity
limitation in the textbox in the following sentence.
“If the remaining hard disk capacity is less than ____ MB (enter the value
you wish to set between 50~2000), system will stop recording or start
overwriting. “
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
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the change.
Language Setting
Language: Select the language to be displayed in web page. Default
language is English. To add a new language not listed in the original
configuration, click the Browse button to locate the new language file (.evb)
and then click the Load button.
Note: Upload a new language file will cause system reboot automatically. Please
reconnect IP speed dome after reboot.
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.3
NETWORK
The network related settings, including Network, DDNS, Bandwidth,
SMTP/FTP and Network Alarm can be configured on this page. There are 5
tabs in this field: [Network] tab, the [DDNS] tab, the [bandwidth] tab, the
[SMTP/FTP] tab and the [Network alarm] tab.
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2.3.1 Network
Figure 2-5 Network Setting- Network
The following information is required to configure the network settings.
Contact your network administrator or your internet service provider to get
the info.
• IP Type
• IP address
• Subnet mask
• Gateway (when using the gateway server/router)
• Primary DNS, Secondary DNS (when using DNS)
IP Type
DHCP: do not assign DHCP server the same IP addresses used for the
other network cameras and PCs whose IP address is unique.
Refer to the network administrator for these settings of the server.
Default: DHCP.
Static IP: User can manually set the static IP for network connection.
PPPoE: This is a DSL connection application and ISP will ask user to input
user name and password.
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Note: If PPPoE is used as IP type, IP Utility software will not be able to detect
the device.
IP address
When DHCP is not used, user needs to manually enter the IP address of the
camera. Do not enter the IP address already used for PC or other network
cameras.
Subnet Mask
This field is used to set the netmask for your network so that the IP speed
dome will be recognized within the network. Example: 255.255.255.000.
When DHCP is selected, the DHCP server will assign this value
automatically.
Gateway
This field is used to set the gateway for your network so that the IP speed
dome will be recognized within the network. When DHCP is selected, the
DHCP server will assign this value automatically.
Primary DNS
Enter IP address of DNS server that is provided by ISP.
Secondary DNS
If your ISP provides you an IP address secondary DNS, please set it here.
Username
Enter User name of the account (used only for PPPoE).
Password
Enter Password of the account (used only for PPPoE).
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
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2.3.2 DDNS
Figure 2-6 Network - DDNS
DDNS setting
When accessing the camera via the Internet from the network environment
of which the global IP address is obtained using DHCP, the DDNS function
is necessary.
To use the DDNS function, it is necessary to connect to the dedicated
DDNS server. We offer 4 DDNS server providers as follow:
○ www.everfocusddns.com
○ www.sitelutions.com
○ www.dyndns.com
○ www.no-ip.com
Enable: Check the box to enable DDNS setting.
Service ISP: If you choose EverFocus DDNS server, you can obtain a free
account name from EverFocus ”www.everfocusddns.com”. Just enter your
desired account name in the textbox in the following sentence, and then
click Register/ Update button to register it.
“Enter an IP Cam Account Name:
.everfocusddns.com
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Click
button to register or update DDNS account.”
If you wish to get a domain name from other DDNS provider, it is necessary
to configure Record ID, FQDN, Username and password and register in
DDNS server. Refer to the DDNS web site for further information about the
DDNS.
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.3.3 Bandwidth
Figure 2-7 Network – Bandwidth
Bandwidth Setting
Max. Bandwidth: Specify, Unlimited / 64 K/ 128 K/ 256 K / 512 K / 1M / 2M /
4M / 8M bps. The maximum bandwidth is used to set maximum size of
camera data allowed to use on the network. This is a useful function when
connecting the camera to busy or heavily loaded networks. The default
setting is Unlimited.
Max. Client Limit: enter a value here to restrict the number of clients
accessing the camera. This is useful if you need to save on bandwidth. Up
to 32 clients is allowed to see live video simultaneously. Subsequent
viewers will see a blank image.
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Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.3.4 SMTP/FTP
Figure 2-8 Network – SMTP/FTP
Set SMTP
The settings relating to the mail server, used to send the e-mail notification
from the camera to predefined addresses via SMTP, can be configured.
SMTP Server: Enter the IP address or the host name of the SMTP server
used to send e-mails.
SMTP Port: Enter the port number for SMTP. Default is 25.
Authentication: Check the box, if the SMTP server requires Authentication
(user/ password).
User name: Input the login user ID if the SMTP server requires
Authentication.
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Password: Input the password if the SMTP server requires authentication.
Receiver Address: Input the e-mail address for receiving e-mail message
when the EVENT is enabled and triggered. Please use “;” to separate
addresses.
Sender Address: Input sender’s e-mail address, so that receiver can
recognize the sender when an event message is sent out.
Send Test Mail: Click
assigned address.
button to send a testing mail to the
Set FTP
The settings relating to the FTP server used to transmit the alarm images
can be configured here.
FTP Server: Enter the IP address or the host name of the FTP server.
FTP Port: Enter the port number for FTP server. Default is 21.
Recording Path: Assign the recording path.
User Name: Set FTP User’s name.
Password: Set FTP password.
PASV mode: Check to enable Passive mode. Normally enable Passive
mode. When failed to establish the connection, uncheck "PASV" mode.
Test FTP Server: Click
assigned FTP server.
button to send a testing file to the
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
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2.3.5 Network Alarm (reserved for PowerCon)
Figure 2-9 Network – Network Alarm
Set Network Alarm
This function is reserved for PowerCon software, for the detailed setting
please refer to PowerCon network alarm protocol.
2.4
VIDEO
The settings relating to video such as streaming, camera OSD can be
configured on this page. The "Video" page has 2 tabs: the [Multi-streaming]
tab and the [Camera] tab.
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2.4.1 Multi Streaming
Figure 2-10 Video – Multi Streaming
Stream Setting
The system can output 3 video streams simultaneously. For each of them,
user can set compression format, resolution, quality and frame rate
individually. Stream 1 is always enabled for live view.
Check “Enable” box to enable other streams.
Format: Select encode format from H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG.
Resolution:
NTSC: 4CIF (704*480) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*240) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*120)
PAL: 4CIF (704*576) / VGA (640*480) / CIF (352*288) / QVGA (320*240) /
QCIF (176*144)
Quality: there are 8 types of quality, please choose from Highest / Higher /
High / Middle / Normal / Low / Lower / Lowest.
Frame Rate: select from NTSC: 1 / 3 / 5 / 15 / 30 fps, PAL: 1/ 2.5/5/12.5/25
fps
Note: Total frame rate cannot exceed 60 fps.
System performance may be influenced if user enables 4 video streams
simultaneously.
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Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Video Recording Setting
User can set video recording by selecting from one of the enabled video
streamings. This will allow user to view live images as well as to record
video of the other video streaming.
Video Stream: Select a video recording stream from any enabled
stream(s).
Video File format: Recording file will be saved as AVI or ARV, select which
file format to be used.
Click Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.4.2 Camera
There are three categories about camera allowing user to preset here:
Position Setting, Audo Mode Setting and PTZ OSD Setting.
Figure 2-11 Video – Camera
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2.4.2.1
POSITION SETTINGS
2.4.2.1.1
Set Preset
User can click Program button to enter “Preset Position” window (See
Figure 2-12) to set different positions for a camera. There are 10 preset
positions can be set in one page and totally 20 pages for preset positions.
How to preset a position:
2
1
3
4
5
Figure 2-12 Video – Camera – Preset Window
1. Select a desired Preset No from a desired page.
2. Use “Arrow” buttons to select a desired position. User can also use
“Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus Far/Near”, “IRIS +/-“ buttons to help locating a
desired position in this step. “PT Speed” option allows user to browse
with different speeds, including High, Standard, Low and Minimum.
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3. Click “Set” button to save this selected position, or Click “Clear” button
to clear this position. “Go” button allow user to see a preset position on
screen.
4. User can set Title, Focus Mode and White Balance for each preset
position.
5. Click “Apply” button to confirm setting in step 4. User can also click
“Reset” button to reset three values set in step 4.
Freeze Picture: Speed dome will stop at the previous position until the next
position is reached.
ON: freeze picture
OFF: disable freeze picture function.
2.4.2.2
2.4.2.2.1
AUTO MODE SETTINGS
Set Auto Tracking
User can click Program button right next to “Set Auto Tracking” to enter
“Auto Tracking” window (See Figure 2-13) to configure auto tracking options for
a camera.
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○2
○1
○3
○4
○5
○6
○7
○8
○9
1○0
1○1
1○2
1○3
1○4
Figure 2-13 Video – Camera –Auto Tracking Window
How to set Auto Tracking Start point:
1. Checking “Auto Tracking Start Point” item at ○1 .
2. Select a desired start point by using “Arrow” buttons at ○2 to locate a
desired position. User can also use “Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus Far/Near”,
“IRIS +/-“ buttons at ○2 to help locating a desired position in this step.
“PT Speed” option allows user to browse with different speeds, including
High, Standard, Low and Minimum.
3. Click “Set” button at ○3 to save this selected start point, or Click “Clear”
button at ○3 to clear this point. “Go” button at ○3 allow user to see
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selected start point on screen.
Set Pan/ Tilt Limits
1. Set Pan/ Tilt Limits by checking this item and clicking its Set button at ○4
to enter its setting window (Figure 2-14). See setting details below.
Figure 2-14 Auto Tracking OSD
<Set Pan Range>
a. Click
and
at ○2 to select Pan option.
b. Click IRIS+ button,
, to enter Pan Range Setting (see Figure
2-15).
Figure 2-15 Pan Range Setting – Left Limit Setting
c. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired
left limit point.
d. Click IRIS+ button,
, to enter next window (see Figure 2-16) or
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Click IRIS-,
button to return.
Figure 2-16 Pan Range Setting – Right Limit Setting
e. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired
right limit point.
f. Click IRIS+ button,
to save and return, or Click IRIS-,
button to return.
g. If tracking start point is outside the limits, the screen will show
“ START POS IS OUTSIDE LIMIT. SET START POS” (see below
example screen) and user has to reset a start position between
left and right limits.
<Set Tilt Range>
a. Click
and
b. Click IRIS+ button,
to select Tilt option.
, to enter tilt range setting (see Figure
2-17).
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Figure 2-17 Tilt Range Setting – Down Limit Setting
buttons at ○2 to locate a
c. Use arrows buttons and
desired down limit point.
d. Click IRIS+ button,
Click IRIS-,
, to enter next window (see Figure 2-18) or
button to return.
Figure 2-18 Tilt Range Setting – Up Limit Setting
e. Use arrows buttons and
buttons to locate a desired
up limit point.
f. Click IRIS+ button,
to save and return, or Click IRIS-,
button to return.
g. If tracking start point is outside the limits, the screen will show
“ START POS IS OUTSIDE LIMIT. SET START POS” (see below
example screen) and user has to reset a start position between up
and down limits.
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<Clear Pan/ Clear Tilt>
a. Click
and
b. Click IRIS+ button,
to select Clear Pan/ Clear Tilt option.
, to clear the setting.
Set tracking mask
Checking this item at ○5 and click its Set button to enter its setting window
(Figure 2-19). See setting details below.
Figure 2-19 Tracking Mask Window
<Set Tracking Mask>
a. Click
and
to select desired Mask number from 1 to 4.
b. Click IRIS+ button,
, to enter selected Tracking Mask Size
window. See Figure 2-20.
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Figure 2-20 Tracking Mask Size Window
User can change the tracking mask size here by using arrow
buttons:
: press this button to increase the length of the mask.
: press this button to decrease the length of the mask.
: press these buttons to increase the width of the
mask.
: press these buttons to decrease the width of the
mask.
c. User can also change the tracking mask point by clicking IRISbutton,
, to enter setting window of tracking mask point. See
Figure 2-21.
Figure 2-21 Tracking Mask Point Window
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User can use arrows buttons and
desired tracking mask position, and click
buttons to locate a
/
button to
save and return to Tracking Mask Size Window
d. After completing setting, click IRIS+ button,
, to save and
return to Tracking Mask Window. Your will see “Go” displayed
behind this set mask. Example:
e. User can click
or
.
button to change the status of preset
mask, including Go, Clear and Set. Examples:
: Click IRIS+ button,
, to go to this
preset mask position.
: Click IRIS+ button,
, to clear this
preset mask.
: Click IRIS+ button,
, to start setting
this mask.
Time Mask: select time mask option at ○6 from time mask drop-down menu.
User can set time mask options in Time Mask tab in Event setting. For more
details, please refer to “2.7.4 Time Mask”.
Zoom control on tracking:
User can set zoom control while tracking at ○7 .
Two options in this field:
“Keep Current Zoom Ratio” – while tracking an object, system will keep
current zoom ratio.
“Multi-step zoom function” – while tracking an object, the system will
zoom in to a suitable ratio for closer view.
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Tracking Duration: User can set tracking duration at ○8 . Available setting
range is 0~600 second. Selecting “0” will turn off tracking duration.
When tracking duration is up, the system will go back to start point.
Note: if user did not set up a start point or start point is disabled, the
system will go back to tracking initial point instead of start point.
9: User can set tracking mode when the object is lost on screen here. Three
○
available options are:
“Keep tracking” - when tracking object is lost, the system will keep waiting
another tracking object at the same position without changing zoom ratio.
“Zoom out and look for a new object”- when tracking object is lost, the
system will zoom out immediately and looking for a new tracking object.
“Stop tracking and zoom out”- when tracking object is lost, the system will
stop tracking and zoom out.
User can set desired duration for above three options. Available range is
0~600 second. Selecting “0” will turn off above three options, which means
the system will go back to start point immediate when tracking object is
lost.
Note: if user did not set up a start point or start point is disabled, the system
will go back to tracking initial point instead of start point.
Resume from Manual Stop 1○0: Set time of “Resume from Manual Stop”. User
may manually operate PTZ function of this camera when auto tracking function
is on. When manual operation ceases, the system will resume to “auto tracking
start point” after this time. Available setting range is 0 ~ 600 second. Selecting
“0” will turn off this “resume from manual stop” function.
Sensitivity: User can set sensitivity level of auto-tracking at 1○1. Available
options are low, middle and high.
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Set Object Size
User can set desired tracking object size by click “Set” button at 1○2. Figure 2-22
shows the screen of object size setting.
Figure 2-22 Set Object Size: Max/Min frame
<Set Object Size>
User can set sizes of MAX and MIN frames here and the system will
only track object with size between MAX and MIN frames.
a. Click IRIS- button,
, to enter select MAX or MIN frame for
modification. The selected frame will flash at this time.
b. Change the object size by using arrow buttons:
: press this button to increase the length of the mask.
: press this button to decrease the length of the mask.
: press these buttons to increase the width of the
mask.
: press these buttons to decrease the width of the
mask.
c. After completing the setting, click IRIS+ button,
, to save
and return to previous menu.
Object Frame: user can set frame of tracking object visible or invisible at 1○3.
Apply and Reset Buttons 1○4: Click “Apply” button to save changes. User can
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also click “Reset” button to make options to default values.
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2.4.2.2.2
Set Auto Pan
User can click Program button right next to “Set Auto Pan” to enter “Auto
Pan” window (See Figure 2-23) to configure auto pan options for a camera.
How to set Auto Pan:
2
3
5
1
7
6
8
Figure 2-23 Video – Camera –Auto Pan Window
1. Select Endless Mode on or off.
ON: enable endless mode. The speed dome will perform 360 degree
endless auto-pan.
OFF: disable endless mode. The speed dome will perform auto-pan
between preset left and right positions.
If ON is select at this step, go to step 7 directly.
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If OFF is selected at this step, go to step 2.
2. Select a desired left position by using “Arrow” buttons to locate a
desired position. User can also use “Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus Far/Near”,
“IRIS +/-“ buttons to help locating a desired position in this step. “PTZ
Speed” option allows user to browse with different speeds, including
High, Standard, Low and Minimum. This step needs to be done only
when Endless Mode is off.
3. Click “Set” button right next to “Set Left Pos.” to save this selected left
position.
4. Repeat step 2 to select a desired right position.
5. Click “Set” button right next to “Set Right Pos.” to save this selected
right position.
6. Select dwell time of the left and right positions from 1~99 seconds
7. Select speed from 1~255.
8. Click “Apply” button to save changes. User can also click “Reset” button
to make options to default values.
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2.4.2.2.3
Set Tour
User can click Program button right next to “Set Tour” to enter “Tour”
window (See below) to configure preset tours for a camera. Max. 16 positions
can be set for a tour and there are 16 tours for user to preset for a camera.
Figure 2-24 Video – Camera –Tour Window
Mode: Select from three modes: OFF/ Preset/ Pattern.
Value: Enter Preset/Pattern No. Before selecting preset/Pattern mode,
user needs to set a preset position/ pattern in advance.
For how to set preset position, please see “2.4.2.1.1Set Preset”
For how to set pattern, please see “2.4.2.2.4 Set Pattern”.
Dwell Time: Set dwell time of the tour from 1~99 sec. This option is
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exclusive for Preset mode here.
Speed: Select tour speed from 1 ~255. This option is exclusive for Preset
mode.
2.4.2.2.4
Set Pattern
User can click Program button right next to “Set Pattern” to enter Pattern
window (See Figure 2-25) to set a pattern for a camera.
3
1
2
Figure 2-25 Video – Camera –Pattern Window
1. Enter a number (1~4) in “Pattern No” field.
2. Click “Set” button to start recording a pattern. At this time, the live
screen will show “Recording Tour ..90s”. and the Set button will
switch to “Complete” button.
Note: Maximum pattern recording time is 90 seconds. If your record
reaches 90 second, the screen will show “Recording time
over”. Press “Complete” button to exit.
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Figure 2-26 Video – Camera –Set Pattern - Recording Tour Seconds
3. Use “Arrow” buttons, “Zoom In/ OUT”, “Focus Far/Near”, “IRIS
+/-“ buttons and “PT Speed” option to operate camera on a desired
pattern
4. After completing pattern operations, click “Complete” button to save
this pattern tour. At this time, the live screen will show “Saving
Pattern….”. User can also click “Clear” button to clear a pattern or
click “Go” to run and see a preset pattern on live screen.
Note: To stop running pattern, click on live screen once.
Auto Resume: Return to previous mode, if no action for a period of time.
Available options of Auto Resume are OFF, After 1 M (minute), after 5 M, After
10 M, After 30 M and After 60 M. After this period of time, speed dome will
resume to the mode you set in “Resume To”. By selecting OFF, this function
will be disabled.
Resume To: Select “Resume To” mode for “Auto Resume” function. Available
options are POS.1 (H), TOUR1, PAT.1, AUTOPAN and PREV.MODE.
Power Up Func.: Select the mode where the system will return to when power
failure occurs. Available options of this field are OFF, POS.1 (H), TOUR1,
PAT.1, AUTOPAN and PREV.MODE.
Auto Flip: Select ON to enable Auto Flip function or select OFF to disable this
function.
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2.4.2.3
PTZ OSD SETTINGS
Use the buttons on the browser window to operate the "Camera OSD setting"
from a PC.
There are 4 entries about PTZ OSD Setting allowing user to configure,
including Video Settings, OSD/Areas, Private Zones and Info. See Figure 2-27.
General Operation Guide of PTZ OSD Setting
Menu button:
Click this button to display the main menu of PTZ OSD on live screen. See
Figure 2-27 as a sample of the main menu.
Figure 2-27 Video – Camera –PTZ OSD Setting- Main menu
◄ button/ ► button:
- Click these buttons to enter sub-menu of an entry
- Click these buttons to change the settings of an entry.
- Click ◄ button/ ► button to move cursor to left or to right. See below
image as a sample window: “I” is where the cursor located at and Click ◄
button to move “I” in left direction or click ► button to move “I” in right
direction.
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▼ button/ ▲ button:
Click these buttons select desired entry.
: Click this button to save the change and go back to previous page.
:
- When an entry has an enter sign (see red marker in below image)behind
it. Click this button to enter sub-menu of this entry.
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2.4.2.3.1
VIDEO SETTINGS
There are 9 options in Video Settings: Exposure, Focus Mode, Digital Zoom,
White Balance, Backlight, Day/Night, Color, Negative and Wide Dynamic
Range. See Figure 2-28.
2.4.2.3.1.1 Exposure
In Exposure menu, there is a sub-menu.
Figure 2-28 Video Settings- Exposure
Press ► button/ ◄ button to enter Exposure sub-menu.
Figure 2-29 Video Settings- Exposure Menu
There are 4 options in Exposure menu: EL. SHUTTER, SLOW SHUTTER,
IRIS MODE, and AE SPEED.
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EL.SHUTTER: Select electronic shutter mode from the options of the menu.
There are AUTO, A.FLK ,1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/180 , 1/250
, 1/1000 , 1/3000 and 1/10000 at NTSC model; and AUTO, A.FLK, 1/50,
1/150, 1/215, 1/1000, 1/2500 and 1/10000 at PAL model.
AUTO: Auto electrical shutter
A.FLK: Anti-Flicker. Camera will auto adjust the shutter to reduce the
flicker caused by fluorescent light.
1/60 (NTSC) and 1/50 (PAL): default manual shutter.
1/180: 1/180 sec shutter for NTSC and 1/150: 1/150 sec shutter for PAL
1/250: 1/250 sec shutter for NTSC and 1/215: 1/215 sec shutter for PAL
1/1000: 1/1000 sec shutter for both NTSC and PAL
1/3000: 1/3000 sec shutter for NTSC and 1/2500: 1/2500 sec shutter for
PAL
1/10000: 1/10000 sec shutter for both NTSC and PAL
SLOW SHUTTER: Slow electronic shutter. In order to enhance the view in
the low lux environment, slow shutter allows more light go through the
shutter. Select from AUTO and OFF.
AUTO: Auto Slow Shutter.
OFF: Disable Slow Shutter function.
Note: If EL. SHUTTER is selected, SLOW SHUTTER will be disabled.
IRIS MODE:
MANUAL: Manual Iris.
AUTO: Auto Iris.
AE SPEED: if you select AUTO in slow shutter, you can set exposure time
(move the cursor between 0~6)
EXIT: Select Exit and press ◄ button/ ► button to save settings and exit
from current page.
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2.4.2.3.1.2 Focus Mode
Figure 2-30 Video Settings - Focus Mode
In Focus mode, we define focus type from ONE PUSH, AUTO and
Manual.
ONE PUSH: Enable the one push trigger focus mode. The focus lens
holds the same position until the next trigger command is received.
This function prevents the wrong focus in dark.
AUTO: Auto focus is enabled. It automatically adjusts the focus position
to maximize the high frequency content of the picture in a center
measurement area, taking into consideration the high luminance and
strong contrast components.
MANUAL: Enable the manual focus mode.
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2.4.2.3.1.3 Digital Zoom
Figure 2-31 Video Settings - Digital Zoom
Enable or disable digital zoom.
ON: Enable a digital zoom.
OFF: Disable a digital zoom.
2.4.2.3.1.4 White Balance
Figure 2-32 Video Settings - White Balance
White Balance has the following modes:
AUTO: in this mode the system computes the white balance value output
using color information from the entire screen. It outputs the proper
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value using the color temperature radiating from a black subject based
on a range of value from 3000 to 7500K.
INDOOR: 3200 K Base mode.
OUTDOOR: 5800 K Base mode.
2.4.2.3.1.5 Backlight
Figure 2-33 Video Settings - Backlight
This is the function of Back Light Compensation. When the background of
subject is too bright, or when the subject is too dark due to shooting in AE
mode, back light compensation will make the subject appear clearer.
ON: Enable Back Light Compensation.
OFF: Disable Back Light Compensation.
2.4.2.3.1.6 Day/Night
In Day/Night, we define the ICR (IR Cut-Removable) mode settings. The
camera has a built-in infrared (IR) Cut-Filter which can be disengaged from
the image path for increased sensitivity in low light environments.
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Figure 2-34 PTZ Video Settings - Day/Night
Select from AUTO, DAY and NIGHT
NIGHT: IR cut filter is always removed (ICR ON).
DAY: IR cut filter is always attached (ICR OFF).
AUTO: Auto Day/Night mode switch. The camera will automatically switch
the settings needed for attaching or removing the IR cut filter. With a set
level of darkness, the IR cut filter is automatically disabled (ICR ON), and
the infrared sensitivity is increased. With a set level of brightness, the IR
cut filter is automatically enabled (ICR OFF). To set the sensitivity of light,
when “Auto” is selected, press “Enter” button to enter sensitivity setting
window (see below image) and adjust sensitivity by moving the cursor
between 0~9.
Figure 2-35 Video Settings - Day/Night – Sensitivity Setting Window
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2.4.2.3.1.7 Color
Figure 2-36 Video Settings - Color
In Color, we define the color of the image.
Select from ON and OFF.
ON: Color image
OFF: B/W image
2.4.2.3.1.8 Negative
Figure 2-37 Video Settings - Negative
In Negative mode, it will switch ON/OFF the negative art image output.
Select from ON and OFF.
ON: Enable Negative function
OFF: Disable Negative function
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2.4.2.3.1.9 Wide Dynamic Range
Figure 2-38 Video Settings - Wide Dynamic Range
In Wide Dynamic Range, we define wide dynamic range from ON and OFF.
This function is effective when shooting images against the sun, or when
shooting a very bright subject.
ON: Enable wide dynamic range
OFF: Disable wide dynamic range.
Note: When the wide dynamic range is ON, some part of the image may
appear solarized. This is normal for the wide dynamic range, and is not a
camera malfunction.
2.4.2.3.2
OSD/AREAS
There are 3 options in OSD/AREAS settings: Areas, Directions and Display.
Figure 2-39 OSD/AREAS menu
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2.4.2.3.2.1 Areas
In Areas menu, there is a sub-menu. Press ◄ button/ ► button to enter
Areas sub-menu (see Figure 2-40).
Figure 2-40 OSD/AREAS menu- Areas Sub-menu
In zone menu, you can set a zone and name it. When the speed dome
turns to the zone you set, it will display zone name on the screen (only if
“OSD/AREAS->Display -> Zone” is set as “YES”).
How to set a zone
1. Click ▼ button/ ▲ button to select desired zone number for
modification and Click “Enter” after selecting. At this time, the first
digit of Title of this selected zone is flashing.
2. To change the title, click ▼ button/ ▲ button to change the current digit
to letter/number (A~Z, 0~9), and click ► button to move the cursor to
next digit position of title for modification.
3. Once the title is inputted, use ► button/◄ button to go “Range” section
Range section will flash as this time. Click “Enter” button to enter Left
Position Setting window (See Figure 2-41).
4. User can locate a left position by directly controlling from the live
screen. After select desired left position, press “Enter” to confirm.
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Figure 2-41 Areas setting – Left Position Setting Window
5. Then the right position setting window shows (See Figure 2-42).User
can select right position by directly controlling from the live screen.
After select desired left position, press “Enter” to confirm.
Figure 2-42 Areas setting – Right Position Setting Window
6. Figure 2-43 will appear and Range section (see red marker in Figure 2-43)
will flash at this time. To save the change, click Cancel button to save
and exit. To clear current zone setting, click ► button to select
CLR button and clicking Enter button.
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Figure 2-43 Areas setting
2.4.2.3.2.2 Directions
In Directions, there is a sub-menu.
Figure 2-44 OSD/AREAS menu- Directions Setting Window
Click ◄ button/ ► button to enter Directions sub-menu.
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Figure 2-45 Areas setting menu- Set North
There are two options in Directions menu: Set North and Default North.
Set North
Click Enter button to enter set North window (See Figure 2-46). User can
locate a north position by directly controlling from the live screen. After
selecting desired position, click Enter button to save.
Figure 2-46 Areas setting menu – Set North Position Window
Default North
Go to “DEFAULT NORTH” and click Enter button to set the north position as
default north position. (See Figure 2-45 above)
2.4.2.3.2.3 Display
In Display, there is a sub-menu.
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Figure 2-47 OSD/AREAS menu- Display Setting Window
Click ◄ button/ ► button to enter Display sub-menu.
Figure 2-48 Directions Setting Menu
1.
SHOW OSD
ON: show OSD of Camera Title, Directions, Zones, Preset Title, Motion,
Zoom, Fan and Camera Status.
OFF: do not show OSD.
2 SEC: show OSD for 2 seconds.
5 SEC: show OSD for 5 seconds.
10 SEC: show OSD for 10 seconds.
2.
DIRECTIONS
YES: show directions. Press Enter to enter sub-menu (See Figure 2-49).
Two options are in this sub-menu:
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Show Directions: Available options are Auto, 1/1, A.FLK, 1/60.
Show Azimuth: Available options are Auto, 1/1, A.FLK, 1/60.
Figure 2-49 Directions – Option Yes- Sub-Menu
NO: do not show directions
3.
ZONES
YES: show zones
NO: do not show zones
4.
PRESET TITLE
YES: show preset title
NO: do not show preset title
5.
ZOOM
YES: show zoom multiple when zoom in or zoom out.
NO: do not show zoom multiple.
6.
FAN
YES: show fan indication when fan is enabled.
NO: do not show fan indication.
7.
CAMERA STATUS
YES: shows camera status
NO: do not show camera status
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2.4.2.3.3
PRIVATE ZONES
User can set a private zone with its position and size. When Private zone is set
to on, the private zone will be blocked (black) for view. There are 8 private
zones can be set in this system.
Figure 2-50 Private Zone Menu
How to set private zone:
1. Click ► button to select ON on a desired Private Zone No.
Note: If selected Private Zone No. has been set, the black private zone will
be showed on the screen at this step. User still can re-adjust this private
zone by doing following steps.
2. Press Enter button and Private Zone Position setting window is displayed.
See Figure 2-51.
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Figure 2-51 Private Zone – Position Setting Window
3. Locate a position for private zone by directly operating from the live screen.
4. Press Enter to save position and enter next window, Private Zone Size
setting window (See Figure 2-52). A small and gray square area showing on
center of the window is default private zone.
Default
Private Zone
b
Figure 2-52 Private Zone – Size Setting Window
5. To adjust the size of private zone, use following buttons:
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Click ▲ button to increase the length of the private zone.
Click ▼ button to decrease the length of the private zone.
Click ► button to increase the width of the private zone.
Click ◄ button to decrease the width of the private zone.
Note: Press Cancel button at this step and the system will go back to
previous window, Private Zone Position setting window, for re-adjusting
6. Press Enter button to save the private zone setting.
Zone color: select private zone area color. See red marker in Figure 2-53.
Figure 2-53 Private Zone – Zone Color
2.4.2.3.4
INFO
In main menu, use ▼ button/ ▲ button to select Info option.
Figure 2-54 PTZ OSD- Info
Press ► button/ ◄ button to enter Info setting window.
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Figure 2-55 PTZ OSD- Info Window
1. PRESET-CNT: Preset counter. This counter counts the preset movement,
and 1 is counted when the speed dome runs to preset position.
2. X-CONT: X-axis counter. This counter counts the x axis movement, and 1 is
counted when the speed dome pans 360°.
3. Y-CONT: Y-axis counter. This counter counts the y axis movement, and 1 is
counted when the speed dome tilts 180°.
4. Click Cancel button to return to previous menu.
2.4.2.3.5
EXIT
Press ► button/ ◄ button/ Cancel button on EXIT option after you finish all the
settings. It will return to live screen.
2.5
AUDIO
The EPN2700/3100/3600 camera can transmit audio to other clients using a
built-in microphone or connecting to external microphone, and play audio
received from other clients via connected speakers. This section describes
how to configure the basic audio settings.
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Figure 2-56 Audio
Audio
Check Enable Audio box to enable audio function.
Audio Input: Audio from an internal microphone or a line source can be
connected to the Audio connector of EPN2700/3100/3600. The audio
source can be selected from Internal Microphone, External Audio Input L
and External Audio Input R.
Audio Input Volume: Adjust the Audio Input Volume for the audio input
devices connected to the camera if there are problems with the sound input
being too low or high.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
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2.6
USER
Figure 2-57 User
User Information
Administrator can set Account, Description, password, Authority level and
Status for a user in user information. Maximum 10 users can be set for
using the speed dome. There are three different authority levels:
• Supervisor/Administrator –a supervisor/administrator has unrestricted
access to the Setting menu and can determine the registration of all other
users. However, administrator is not allowed to change supervisor’s
account and password.
• User- a user can view the Live View page, system info, network, video,
audio, and adjust user config settings. The user does not have access to the
“user”, “event” and “system pages”.
• Guest- the lowest level of access, which only allows the user access to the
Live View page.
Note: Please select Active in Status section to activate user account.
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Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.7
EVENT
An event in the camera is when an Event Type is activated and causes certain
actions to be performed. The event type is the set of conditions that specifies
how and when which actions will be performed.
This table describes how to setup action types and event type.
Event Type
Alarm
Manual
Auto
Motion
Input
Trigger
Tracking
Detection
Trigger Relay
x
x
x
x
Send Mail notification
x
x
x
x
Upload to FTP**
x
x
x
x
Record to PC*
x
x
x
x
Network Alarm
x
x
x
x
Re-trigger
x
x
x
x
Go to PTZ preset
x
Run Tour
x
Run Pattern
x
Action Type
Schedule
Recording Post-Alarm
x
x
Note: 1. * Record to PC only works when PC and IP speed dome are connected.
2. **Either Upload to FTP or Record to Network Storage can be selected to
record event video to remote site.
3. Up to 10 event types can be configured in the camera, and up to 3 of these
can be configured to upload images.
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2.7.1 Event
The settings relating to event occurrences such as settings for the event
occurrence, motion, alarm and time mask can be configured on this page.
The "Event " page has 4 tabs: [Event] tab, the [Motion] tab, the [Alarm] tab
and the [Time Mask] tab.
Figure 2-58 Event- Event Tab
button to add an event condition.
Press
To modify the event list, click on the event and it will be highlighted. Press
button to modify the setting.
To remove an event from event list, click on the event and it will be
highlighted. Press
button to remove the event.
Check Enable checkbox to activate event actions when the event occurs in
the specified time zone.
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To change the priority of events, click on the event and it will be highlighted.
Press
or
button to move between events. The event
that has highest priority will be activated first.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Example 1: Manual trigger-Upload to FTP
This example describes how to set the camera to upload images to FTP
when someone press Manual trigger button:
1. Click
button in Event page.
2. Enter an event name for the event, e.g. Event 1
3. Select “Manual Trigger” as event type.
4. Select “Upload to FTP” as action type.
5. Check “Enable Pre-alarm Buffer” and “Enable Post-alarm Buffer”. For
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pre-and post alarm buffer setting, please refer to “Alarm”.
6. Check “Enable This Event”.
7. Select “Always” for time mask. For detail about Time Mask, please refer
to “2.7.4 Time Mask”.
8. Click
to save this event in event list.
Example 2: Alarm input – Go to PTZ Preset with Auto-Tracking
This example describes how to set the camera to go to PTZ preset and start
auto tracking at the preset position when there is alarm input:
1. Click
button in Event page.
2. Enter an event name for the event, e.g. Event 2.
3. Select “Alarm Input1” as event type.
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4. Select “Go to PTZ Preset” as action type.
5. Check “Enable This Event”.
6. Select “Always” for time mask. For detail about Time Mask, please refer
to “2.7.4 Time Mask”.
7. Select preset No. for Detail about set Preset, please refer to “2.4.2.1.1
Set Preset”.
8. Check “Go To Preset With Auto Tracking”.
9. Click
to save this event in event list.
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2.7.2 Motion
Figure 2-59 Event – Event Tab
Motion Detection
User can define the motion area to be detected by left clicking the mouse to
draw lines. Every click is an end point of the line. When the detection area is
formed, double click the mouse to have all the lines connected. To remove
the selection, simply right click the mouse, the selected polygon will be
deleted.
Press
to update the current image.
Press
to have the entire screen selected for motion detection.
Press
to clear all selections.
Press
and click on the polygon, to erase that polygon.
There are 5 motion trigger areas, which can be distinguished by 5 different
colors. Check Enable checkbox to enable event action.
For each of them, you can set the event action to be activated. Event action
can be set in “2.7.1 Event” section.
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Moreover, you can set the Sensitivity level for motion triggered by
selecting from 1 (low), 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 to 10 (high).
2.7.3 Alarm
Figure 2-60 Event – Alarm Tab
Alarm Output Setting
Contact Type: Normal Close, Normal Open
Duration Time: Select duration time of alarm output from 5 sec, 10 sec, 20
sec, 30 sec, 60 sec, 2 min, 3 min and 5 min.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Pre/Post Alarm Setting
This function is used to check what happened immediately before and after
a trigger, e.g. 5 seconds before or after a motion has been detected.
Pre-Alarm Buffer: Image saved internally in the server from the time
immediately preceding the trigger. Input the desired length of pre-trigger
buffer time. It can be set up to 120 seconds.
Post-Alarm Buffer: Image saved internally in the server from the time
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immediately after the trigger. Input the desired length of post-trigger buffer
time. It can be set up to 120 seconds.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Re-trigger Filter Setting
Re-trigger Filter: Set a re-trigger filter time, if another event is triggered
during this time, this triggered event will be ignored.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.7.4 Time Mask
Figure 2-61 Event – Time Mask
Time Mask Setting
Time mask setting allows you to schedule event actions.
Select Always for event action to be taken continuously.
Press
button to add new time period.
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Mask name: Input a mask name for the new time period.
Check the check box for the day to be scheduled: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed,
Thu, Fri & Sat.
Set the Start time and End time for time mask by clicking Up arrow or
Down arrow. Or simply press
for a full day of event action.
button to remove a scheduled time period.
Press
An example on how to set weekend as time mask is as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click
from time mask setting.
Enter Mask name, e.g. Weekend.
Check “Sun” & “Sat” boxes.
Select “Start time” and “End time” or “Full day”.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.8
SYSTEM
The "System" page has 3 tabs of the [Date/Time] tab, the [Daylight Saving]
tab and the [Maintenance] tab.
2.8.1 Date/Time
Figure 2-62 System – Date/Time
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Machine Name Setting
Machine Name: Enter the name of the camera. The entered name will be
displayed in the status display area.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Set Time Zone
Time Zone: Select a time zone according to the location where the camera
is in use.
Set Date/Time Manually
Date: Click the calendar and pick the date. Press << to go previous year, <
to go previous month, > to go next month and >> to go next year.
Time: Click on Hour, Minute, Seconds, am/pm; then use Up arrow to
increase value and Down arrow to decrease value.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
Set Date/Time Sync.
Check Enable NTP checkbox to enable NTP server.
NTP server: Time automatically adjusted by synchronizing with NTP server
will be used as the standard time of the camera.
Sync. Internal: Select an interval (1 - 24 hours: in 1 hour intervals) of
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synchronization with the NTP server.
Time Zone: Select a time zone according to the location where the camera
is in use.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.8.2 Daylight Saving
Figure 2-63 System – Daylight Saving
Set Daylight Saving
Check Enable Daylight Saving checkbox to enable daylight saving.
Set the start time to daylight saving time.
Set the start week of daylight saving time: 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th / Last
Set the start day of a week of daylight saving time: Sunday / Monday /
Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
Set the start month of daylight saving time: January / February / March /
April / May / June / July / August / September / October / November /
December.
Set the starting time to change of daylight saving time: Choose the “From”
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time and “End” time when daylight saving starts.
Set the end time of daylight saving time.
Set the end week of daylight saving time: 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th / Last
Set the end day of a week of daylight saving time: Sunday / Monday /
Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday
Set the end month of daylight saving time: January / February / March /
April / May / June / July / August / September / October / November /
December.
Set the ending time to change of daylight saving time: Choose the “From”
time and “End” time when daylight saving ends.
Press Apply to apply the setting changes or Reset to reset without saving
the change.
2.8.3 Maintenance
Figure 2-64 System – Maintenance
Maintenance Server
Reboot: The unit is rebooted without changing any of the settings. Use this
method by pressing Reboot button if the unit is not behaving as expected.
Restore: The unit is restarted and most current settings are reset to the
factory default values by pressing Restore button. The only settings saved
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are:
•
IP setting
•
DDNS setting
Default: The Default button should be used with caution. Pressing this
button will return all of the camera's settings, including the IP address, to the
factory default values. The camera will then have to be re-installed.
Save/Load Configuration Server
To take a backup of all of the configurations, press Save to save all
configurations to a config. file. If necessary, it is then possible to return to
the previous settings if the settings are changed and there is unexpected
behavior.
Press the Browse button to locate the saved config. file (see above) and
then click the Load button. The settings will be restored to the previous
configuration.
Upgrade Firmware
Upgrade the EPN2700/3100/3600 with the latest firmware.
Press Browse button to search firmware file. Press Upgrade button to
upgrade the firmware.
Note 1: Do not disconnect power to the unit during the upgrade. The unit reboots
automatically after the upgrade has completed. (1-5 minutes.)
2. During upgrading process, all event recording actions will be stopped. It
will continue to record after the camera is rebooted.
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2.9
EKB200
Figure 3-65 EKB200 setting
EKB-200 is an IP surveillance keyboard controller powered by USB port. User
needs to set related control for each EKB-200 key in this window (see Figure
3-65).
In Action list window, there are 12 EKB-200 button mapping options (From Key
No.1 to Key No.12) can be set. User can choose action and set value for each
Key No. If the command requires a value, such as GoTo Preset [x] or Tour [x],
user needs enter the number [x] in the field "Value". Otherwise, the value
option will be disabled. After completing setting, press “Apply” to save the
changes. Then user can use these keys and joystick on EKB200 to control
these actions. Key No. 13 to Key No. 16 are system preset buttons also
allowing user to do operations, such as IRIS+, IRIS-, Focus Near and Focus
Far. See Figure 3-66 for key location on panel.
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Joystick
IRIS-
FOCUS NEAR
IRIS+
FOCUS FAR
○3
○4
Figure 3-66 EKB200 Panel
There are 20 available Action options, including:
1.
Set Preset: When the action of a key is set “Set Preset”, use joystick to
select a position and press this key on KEB200 to save the position as
Preset Point.
2.
Goto Preset: When the action of a key is set “Goto Preset”, press this key
on KEB200 and the system will go the Preset Point.
3.
Goto Home: When the action of a key is set “Goto Home”, press this key
on KEB200 and the system will go the Preset position.
4.
Clear Preset: When the action of a key is set “Clear Preset”, press this
key on KEB200 to clear the Preset Point.
5.
Focus Near: When the action of a key is set “Focus Near”, press this key
on KEB200 to do focus near.
6.
Focus Far: When the action of a key is set “Focus Far”, press this key on
KEB200 to do focus far.
7.
Iris Open: When the action of a key is set “Iris Open”, press this key on
KEB200 to do Iris open.
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8.
Iris Close: When the action of a key is set “Iris Close”, press this key on
KEB200 to do Iris close.
9.
Run Autopan: When the action of a key is set “Autopan”, press this key
on KEB200 to start autopan.
10. Stop Autopan: When the action of a key is set “Stop Autopan”, press this
key on KEB200 to stop autopan.
11. OSD Menu On: When the action of a key is set “OSD Menu On”, press
this key on KEB200 to display OSD Menu on the screen.
12. OSD Menu Cancel: When the action of a key is set “OSD Menu Cancel”,
press this key on KEB200 to hide OSD Menu on the screen.
13. OSD Menu Enter: When the action of a key is set “OSD Menu Enter”,
press this key to enter the submenu of an option of OSD menu, only if this
option has a <┘ mark right next to it.
14. Tour Run: When the action of a key is set “Tour Run” and the value of the
key is set to a preset tour number, press this key on KEB200 to run this
preset tour.
15. Tour Stop: When the action of a key is set “Tour Stop”, press this key on
KEB200 to stop running a tour.
16. Pattern Run: When the action of a key is set “Tour Run” and the value of
the key is set to a preset pattern number, press this key on KEB200 to run
this preset pattern.
17. Pattern Stop: When the action of a key is set “Pattern Stop”, press this
key on KEB200 to stop running a pattern.
18. Set Auto Tracking: When the action of a key is set “Auto Tracking”, press
this key on KEB200 to switch auto-tracking on/off.
19. Toggle Fullscreen: When the action of a key is set “Toggle Fullscreen”,
press this key on KEB200 to switch screen to current size/fullscreen.
20. Select Tracking Object: When the action of a key is set “Select Tracking
Object”, user can set select tracking object firstly press this key on
KEB200. An icon
will display on the screen. Use joystick to select
desired object and press this key again save the selected object.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
Product Model
EPN2700 (outdoor)
EPN3100 (outdoor)
EPN3600 (outdoor)
EPN2700i (indoor)
EPN3100i (indoor)
EPN3600i (indoor)
CAMERA
1/4” Sony Ex-View HAD
1/4" Sony CCD
Pickup Device
CCD
NTSC or PAL
Video Format
Scanning System
NTSC: 525 TV lines, 60 fields/sec; PAL: 625 TV lines, 50 fields/sec.
Picture Elements
768 x 494 (NTSC) ; 752 x 582 (PAL)
Horizontal Resolution
Min. Illumination
S/N Ratio (AGC OFF)
Electronic Shutter
480 TV Lines
520 TV lines
Normal: 1 Lux
Normal: 0.4 Lux/F1.6
Night Mode: 0.005 Lux
Night Mode: 0.08 Lux/F1.6
(ICR ON)
(ICR ON)
48dB
50dB
128x~ 1/60(1/50) ~
1/60(1/50)~ 1/10,000(s)
1/120,000(s)(NTSC)
530 TV Lines
Normal: 1.4 lux/
1/60(1/50)sec
Night Mode: 0.01 lux/
1/4(1/3)sec (ICR ON)
50dB
1 ~ 1/10,000(s)
Auto: 2x, 4x, 6x, 10x, 16x,
Digital Slow Shutter
32x
128x
60x (50x for PAL)
AUTO; A.FLK; Manual
AUTO; A.FLK; Manual
AUTO; A.FLK;
1/60(1/50)~1/10,000
128x~1/60 (1/50)~1/120,000
Manual 1~1/10,000
selectable
selectable
selectable
27x optical zoom, f=3.25
30x optical zoom, f=3.3 mm
36x optical zoom, f=3.4 mm
Fix: 2x, 4x, 6x, 10x, 16x,
32x
Shutter Selection
Lens Type
Zoom Ratio
mm (wide) to 88mm (tele), (wide) to 99mm (tele), F1.6 to
(wide) to 122.4mm (tele),
F1.5 to F3.8
F3.2
F1.6 to F4.5
270x max
240x max
432x max
(27x Optical and 10x
(30x Optical and 8x Digital
(36x Optical and 12x Digital
Digital zoom)
zoom)
zoom)
VIDEO
H.264/MPEG-4/M-JPEG
Picture Compression
4CIF, VGA, CIF, QVGA, QCIF
Picture Resolution
NTSC: 720x480, 640x480, 352x240, 320x240, 176x144
PAL: 720x576, 640x480, 352x288, 352x288, 176x144
Streaming Frame Rate
1 ~ 30 IPS (NTSC), 1~25 IPS (PAL) adjustable
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One Push/Auto/Manual
Focus Control
Auto/Manual
Iris Control
Yes (Auto/DAY/NIGHT)
True Day & Night
Auto Gain Control
Yes, (OFF ; ON)
Backlight Comp.
Yes, (OFF; ON)
Wide Dynamic Range
Dynamic Noise Reduction
Yes, (OFF; Low ; Mid ; Hi)
Yes, (Auto; Manual)
Yes, (OFF; LOW ; MIDDLE ;
Yes, (OFF; ON)
HIGH)
Yes, (OFF ; ON ; AUTO)
Yes, (OFF ; Auto ; ON)
Yes, (OFF ; ON)
-
Yes,(OFF; Low ; Mid ; Hi)
-
Indoor /
White Balance
Auto ; Indoor ; Outdoor
Outdoor/MAN5100K/MAN3200
Auto ; Indoor ; Outdoor
K/MAN2000K/ONE PUSH
Yes, (OFF ; ON )
Motion Detection
Privacy Zone Masking
-
Yes, (4 zone)
Yes, (8 zone)
Yes, (8 zone)
1Vp-p / 75ohm
Video Output
AUDIO
Two-way audio
Audio Streaming
Audio Compression
ADPCM (Pulse Code Modulation) U- Law
Audio Input/Output
External microphone input/line input/line level output
PAN/TILT CONTROL
Auto Tracking
Tracking Mask, Pan/Tilt Limits, Manual Tracking
Horizontal Rotation Speed
0.01°/s-360°/s (1-255 grade shift gears)
Manual Pan/Tilt Speed
Pan: 0.01° ~ 180°/s ; Tilt: 0.01° ~ 180°/s
±0.1°
Position Accuracy
Horizontal Rotation
360° unlimited rotation
Range
Tilt Rotation Range
Auto Speed Control
90° pendulum motion
180° pendulum motion
Control speed auto-adjusted according to zoom length changing
Auto Pan, 2 Points
Can set freely
Scanning
Auto Pan Speed
1-255 grade available,0.01º/s – 360º/s
Dwell Time (2 points)
1-99 second available
192 positions
Preset Positions
Running to Position
Speed
1-255 grade available,0.01º/s - 360º/s
Dwell Time at Preset
1-99 second available
Position
16 groups
Tour
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16 preset positions
Tour Point per Group
4 patterns with 90 sec long each
Pattern
NETWORK / INTERFACE
10Base-T/100Base-TX auto-negotiation, RJ-45 socket
Interface
HTTP, TCP / IP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP
Supported Protocols
Min. 64 k Byte/sec adjustable
Bandwidth control
4 in 2 out triggered by intelligent event and external input
Alarm
GENERAL
24VAC
Power Source
30W Max
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
-40
-10
~ +50
~ +50
≤ 95% ;
≤ 85% ; 14°F ~ +122°F ≤ 85% (indoor EPN2700i/3100i/3600i)
CE, FCC
Safety
Environmental Rating
Dimensions
-40°F ~ +122°F ≤ 95% (outdoor EPN2700/3100/3600)
IP66 for outdoor EPN2700/3100/3600
180mm(W) x 280mm(H) ; 7.1”(W) x 11”(H) (outdoor EPN2700/3100/3600)
159mm(W) x 230mm(H) ; 6.3”(W) x 9.1”(H) (indoor EPN2700i/3100i/3600i)
Approx. 3.0kg / 6.62lbs
Weight
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