Siqura BC820v2H3 Find additional manuals for this Siqura product at: www.siqura.com/support-files 3Mpixel box camera with integrated optics Quick Start Guide Unpack Power up / Connect Install Determine where you are going to install the camera. To power the BC820v2H3 with PoE Use the Siqura WM04 Wall Bracket sold separately for BC series cameras (figure 2). Attach the RJ-45 connector to an appropriate PoE network switch. Make sure that the provided surface has sufficient strength to support the camera. If using Power over Ethernet (PoE), check that there is adequate access to an IEEE length. Connect to hub/switch with straight- 802.3af Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) enabled network through; direct to a PC with crossover. Use Cat 5 Ethernet cable less than 100 m in To power the camera with AC 24 V / DC 12/24 V Connect to the DC/AC power source as indicated Figure 3 BC820v2H3 rear board connectors by the labeling of the terminal block. + - AC 24 V: Power-1 DC 12/24 V Power AC 24 V: Earth GND Earth GND AC 24 V: Power-2 DC 12/24 V GND Table 1 AC 24 V / DC 12/24 V connection assignments Indicator LEDs RJ-45 connector LEDs: Green indicates a good network connection; orange verifies network activity. Figure 1 Package contents Note: Subject to modification. Actual product and accessories may differ in appearance. Log on Green power LED signifies a good power connection. To reset the camera to the factory default settings Figure 2 The BC820H1 screws onto a mounted wall bracket Install Siqura Device Manager (optional) With the camera powered up, push and hold the reset button for 30 seconds. Access via Siqura Device Manager (optional) You can access the settings of the camera via its web interface. Use Internet Explorer, to browse the webpages. To open communication with the BC820v2H3 1. Make an IP connection between the camera and the PC. 1 To achieve initial access, the network adapter of the PC must be set to the same BC820 BC820v2H3 subnet as the camera. The factory-set IP address is on a label on the bottom of the camera. 2. Type the IP address of the camera in the address bar of your web browser. 3. Enter the default user name (Admin) and password (1234). 1 2 Note that the user name is case sensitive. 4. When prompted by the camera, install the add-on, Siqura Viewer. 5. Enable ActiveX controls. 2 CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT YOU CHANGE THE DEFAULT ADMIN PASSWORD AT THE FIRST LOGIN. TO KEEP THE ACCOUNT SAFE, CREATE A STRONG, COMPLEX PASSWORD. THIS HELPS TO PREVENT UNAUTHORISED ACCESS FROM PEOPLE WHO TRY TO USE THE DEFAULT ACCOUNT. 3 Figure 4 Enter the IP address of the camera into the address bar of your browser © Siqura B.V. 2016 Version 1.0 (161107-1.0) BC820v2H3 QSG (MW10) Figure 5 Download siqura Device Manager at www.siqura.com/support-files. Install the software on the browsing PC. www.siqura.com www.tkhsecurity-usa.com Figure 6 Use Siqura Device Manager to open the webpages of the camera Change the network settings With Siqura Device Manager you can directly change the network settings of Across the top of the BC820v2H3 home page are six main menu items. Home Here you can monitor a live video stream or double-click the image to view To change the network settings 10.50.3.145 stream details. Right-click the camera in Siqura 10 . 50 . 3 . 145 Device Manager. System 255 . 0 . 0 . 0 2. Click Change Network Settings. 3. Click Enable DHCP. Here you can set the host name, system time, root password, and other 10 . 50 . 1 . 3 network related settings. - or - Streaming Here you can set video and audio formats and compression parameters. Click Static IP, and then enter the new IP address, subnet mask, and Camera Here you can adjust various camera settings, including exposure, white balance, gateway address. 4. Depending on how BC820v2H3 camera is mounted, you may need to rotate the camera image. the camera 1. Rotate camera image Navigate the webpages Click OK. Figure 9 Applying Mirror video rotation brightness, sharpness, contrast, and digital zoom. To select a video rotation type Pan Tilt 1. With a Pan Tilt head properly connected to the RS-485 port of the camera, the Figure 7 Network settings user can drag the pointer across the camera view in the webpages for pan/tilt On the Streaming tab, click to select Video Format from the menu options on the left. 2. Choose one of the following video rotation types: camera control. Normal video. The camera’s orientation is not modified. Logout Note: A DHCP server must be installed on the network in order to apply DHCP network Flip video. The image rotates across the horizontal axis. The Logout option signs the user out of the camera’s webpages and opens the support. Mirror video. The image rotates across the vertical axis. Login page. 90 degree clockwise. The image rotates 90° clockwise. 180 degree rotate. The image rotates 180°. 90 degree counterclockwise. The image rotates 90° counterclockwise. You can also change these settings on the Network webpage of the camera. For more information, see the User Manual. 3. Figure 8 The BC820v2H3 web interface menus Set up alarms Connect audio If microphones and speakers are implemented, the camera can be used to Connecting an alarm device, such as a sensor, to the BC820v2H3 camera input provide a two-way audio channel. can trigger an output action to occur based on digital I/O settings. A motion detection or tampering alarm can also trigger an output action. Step 1: Connect the audio input and output cables to the LINE IN and LINE OUT Step 1: Connect the alarm relay Step 2: In the camera webpages, go to the connectors on the back of the camera. connectors to the I/O terminal block System > Events tab. Using the Application, on the back of the camera. Motion Detection, and Tampering pages, configure the alarms as desired. Figure 10 Audio in and out connectors. Pin definitions Step 2: In the camera webpages, go to Streaming > Audio and select one of the time. Local and remote sites can communicate with each other Half-duplex – Audio can be either transmitted or received. One site can talk or listen to the other site in turn. Simplex (Talk only) – Audio can be transmitted. One site can speak to the other site. Simplex (Listen only) – Audio can be received. One site can listen to the other site. Disable – The audio transmission function is turned off. Solid state relay MOSFET output Full-duplex – Audio can be transmitted and received at the same simultaneously. Output specification following options: Equivalent circuits Absolute MAX voltage: 300 V AC/DC 1. Output+ ON-Resistance: MAX 30 Ω 2. Output- MAX Load Current: 100 mA 3. Input+ OFF Leakage Current: 1 uA 4. Input- 5. GND 6. RS-485 D- 7. RS-485 D+ Table 2 Alarm definitions Click Save to confirm settings.
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