HCX Series Network IP Camera Quick Install Guide The HCX Series high speed network megapixel cameras deliver hi-speed, high quality images even in low-light. With the HCX Series cameras in your network, you can record crisp, clear megapixel images while, at the same time, viewing low-bandwidth video. The rugged, compact design makes it ideal for industrial applications. HCX13M Camera The analog Video Out is a female RCA connector. The analog video is only available for viewing until the first digital image is requested via the Ethernet connection. P O W E R 2 4 V ~1 2 -2 4 V E T H E R N E T 8 0 2 .3 a fP o E Installation V ID E O O U T E th e rn e t H C X 1 3 M 0 0–5 0–1 A–D 0–0 0–1 1 1. Plug your HCX Series camera into the network. 2. Before applying power, verify you are using the correct power supply. The HCX Series cameras can be powered directly or via the Ethernet using an IEEE 802.3af power source. HCX13M Note Setting up the camera on an analog monitor after the camera has streamed images to the network, requires a reboot of the camera. The analog monitor displays the overall image with the center of the image digitally zoomed in the middle of the screen. Below the digitally zoomed image are two bar meters that indicate optimal focus. P OW E R 2 4 V ~ 1 2 -2 4 V ETHERNET 8 0 2 . 3 a fP o E V ID E O O UT E th e rn e t HCX13M 00 – 50 – 1A – D0 – 00 – 11 Center of image digitally zoomed in middle of screen Direct connection PoE connection HCX3 / HCX5D ETHERNET 8 0 2 . 3 a fP o E Moving the focus ring on the lens causes the two bar meters to move left and right. The goal is to have the bottom meter as far to the right as possible. POW E R 2 4 V ~ 1 2 -2 4 V T R IG G E R - IN + - O U T + V ID E O OUT C F M E D IA E th e rn e t HCX5D 00 – 50 – 1A – D0 – 00 – 11 Direct connection HCX3/HCX5D Series Cameras PoE connection Powered Direct: The input voltage is 12 - 24 VDC or 24 VAC, and the polarity is not important. Powered via the Ethernet: Requires an IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) power injector or switch. 3. After power is applied, the HCX Series cameras can be focused using a field service monitor. If no analog monitor is available then focus must be performed by using a browser to view the camera images. Document 800-01620 – Rev A – 04/08 The analog video output of the HCX3/HCX5D cameras is a female BNC connector. The analog video is available simultaneously with digital images via the Ethernet. E T H E R N E T 802.3afP o E P O W E R 24V ~12-24V T R IG G E R - IN+ - O U T+ V ID E O O U T C FM E D IA E th ern et H C X 5D 00–50–1A–D 0–00–11 Adjust the focus ring on the lens for the best possible focus. Configuration 1. View Live Video Insert the CD into the CD drive of the PC. The HCXfinder installation application launches automatically. If it does not, double-click hcx_finder.exe on the CD to start the installation. The HCX Finder window appears listing all the detected cameras and their assigned IP address 2. • • • Double-click on a camera entry in the list, or Click Web Page, or In Internet Explorer, enter the IP address of the HCX device in the address field of the browser. 4. To perform further configuration of the camera, click Settings. When prompted, enter your username (default, root) and password (default, system). The Live page Image window appears. To assign a new IP address, Subject, or Gateway of the camera, highlight a camera in the list, and then click Assign IP. Click Apply to accept your changes. Select this option to configure the camera for DHCP. Note This requires rebooting the camera. 3. To view a camera on the Live window: To modify the camera name, time zone, or sync system type, highlight a camera, and then click Edit. For more detailed information, refer to the HCX Series Camera Reference Guide. www.honeywellvideo.com +1.800.796.CCTV (North America only) HVSsupport@honeywell.com Document 800-01620 – Rev A – 04/08 © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell Video Systems. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell Video Systems cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Revisions or new editions to this publication may be issued to incorporate such changes.
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