Quick Install Guide - equIP Series S Rugged IP Minidome

Quick Install Guide - equIP Series S Rugged IP Minidome
equIP Series Rugged Minidome IP Camera Quick Install Guide
equIP® Series HD Indoor/Outdoor
Rugged IP Minidome Camera
H4D2S2
H4D5S2
H4D3S2X
H4D3S2
H4D2S2X
H4D5S2X
Quick Installation
Guide
Document 800-15461V4 — Rev A — 07/2014
Introduction
Before you begin, check that you have received all of the parts listed below. If any parts are missing
or damaged, contact your dealer immediately.
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RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THAT
IMPORTANT OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
ACCOMPANY THIS UNIT.
To ensure compliance with electrical safety standards, CSA
Certified/UL Listed Class 2 power adapters are required. Power over Ethernet (PoE)
shall be provided by listed Information Technology Equipment meeting the IEEE
802.3af PoE standard. The PoE is not intended to be connected to exposed (outside
plant) networks.
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Important Safeguards
Read and keep these instructions.
Please ensure that your installation area can safely support the weight of the camera.
Do not aim the camera toward an bright light source for extended periods to prevent damage to
the imager. Avoid operating the unit under or close to unstable light sources (may cause
flickering), or close to fluorescent lamps or objects reflecting light.
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Do not touch the camera lens.
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Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock.
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Do not use a strong or abrasive detergent when cleaning the camera.
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Avoid operating or storing the unit in extremely humid, dusty, hot/cold environments, where the
operating temperature is outside the recommended range of 14°F to 122°F (–10°C to 50°C). When
powered with 12 V DC, using the heater/fan, the recommended range is –22°F to 122°F (–30°C to
50°C). When powered with 24 V AC, using the heater/fan, the recommended range is –40°F to
122°F (–40°C to 50°C).
Avoid operating the unit close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radio or
TV transmitters.
Document 800-15461V4 – Rev A – 07/2014
Attach the camera base
to the mounting surface
using the supplied
screws.
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Security Torx key
Self-tapping screws (×4)
Plastic screw anchors (×4)
Rubber washers (×6)
Connecting the Wiring
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A Phillips screwdriver will also be needed to complete the installation.
Network, power, video, audio, and alarm connections are located on the camera’s control board.
Risk of explosion if Battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local laws.
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Installation and servicing should be performed only by
qualified and experienced technicians to conform to all local codes
and to maintain your warranty.
CAUTION
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Insert the supplied
rubber washers into the
holes for the mounting
screws.
CAUTION
WARNING
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Camera
Software and documentation CD
DC jack cable and power terminal block
Quick install guide
Note
Cautions and Warnings
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES
THAT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
CONSTITUTING A RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK IS PRESENT
WITHIN THE UNIT.
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Before You Begin
Preparing the Camera
Thank you for purchasing a Honeywell equIP® Series HD Indoor/Outdoor Rugged IP Minidome
camera. Follow the instructions in this guide to install and log in to your camera. For instructions on
configuring the camera, refer to the equIP® Series IP Cameras Configuration Guide on the software
and documentation CD that came with your camera. If you require additional assistance, please call
the number shown on the back cover.
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Installing the Camera
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Press tabs
to release
camera
from base
Remove the dome cover from
the camera base using the
supplied Torx key to loosen the
two captive security screws.
Remove the turret cover from the
camera assembly. Press both
sides of the turret cover to
release it from the camera
assembly.
Remove the screw securing the
camera assembly to the camera
base using a Phillips screwdriver
(not supplied).
Remove the camera assembly
from the camera base by
pressing the tabs on either side
to release. Place the camera
assembly into the product box.
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4
5
6
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Name
Description
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Name
Description
1
Reset button
Restores factory default
settings
4
Audio I/O
Two-way audio connection
2
BNC
Analog video output
5
Power
12 V DC / 24 V AC power input
3
Alarm I/O
Alarm connection
6
RJ45
10/100 Mbps Ethernet/PoE input
Connecting to a Power Source
To power the camera, either Power over Ethernet (PoE) or a 12 V DC or a 24 V AC power connection
can be used.
If you are using PoE to power your camera, connect an Ethernet cable to the camera’s RJ45 Ethernet
port and plug the other end of the cable into an IEEE 802.3af PoE switch.
Remove
screw
securing
assembly
(Optional) Insert the microSDHC
card into the card slot located at
the base of the camera assembly
(see illustration), if you want to
use a microSDHC card to record
video clips. Push the
microSDHC card into the slot
until it clicks into place. To
remove a microSDHC card,
push it in to release it from the
slot, then pull it the rest of the
way out.
WARNING This product is intended to be powered by a Listed power adapter
with rated output 24 V AC / 700 mA minimum or 12 V DC / 800 mA minimum, marked
LPS or class 2, or by Listed ITE with Power over Ethernet rated 48 V DC / 300 mA.
If you are using a 24 V AC power connection, insert the wiring into the supplied power terminal block
and plug the terminal block into the power connector on the camera control board. If you are using
a 12 V DC power connection, plug your 12 V DC power supply into the DC jack plug that comes
connected to the camera. Refer to the following pin definitions when connecting the wiring:
MicroSDHC
card slot
Preparing the Mounting Surface
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2
Hold the camera base against the mounting surface and mark the four screw holes in the
mounting surface. If cable access is required through the back conduit entry, you may want to
mark and drill a hole in the mounting surface for cable access as well.
2.
Pre-drill the screw holes in the mounting surface. Drill the holes slightly smaller than the
supplied plastic anchors.
3.
Insert the supplied plastic anchors into the screw holes in the mounting surface.
12 V DC
24 V AC
1 2 3
Pin 1
Power
Pin 1
Power 1
Pin 2
Reserved
Pin 2
Earth GND
Pin 3
GND
Pin 3
Power 2
Connecting to a Network
If you have not already done so, connect a Cat5 Ethernet cable to the RJ45 connector on the camera
control board. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to a network switch or PC. For best
transmission quality, the Ethernet cable should not be longer than 328 ft (100 m). After you have
connected the Ethernet cable, check the status of the LED indicators on the RJ45 connector.
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A flashing green LED indicates that the camera is connected to a network.
Mounting the Camera
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A flashing orange LED indicates network activity.
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If the LEDs are not lit, re-check the Ethernet cable connection.
Route the camera wiring through one of either the side or rear cable access holes in the
camera base. Be sure to cover the cable access hole not used with the supplied cover (using
a coin to remove/install the cable access cover).
Connecting Analog Video
3.
Double-click the Honeywell Device Search icon to run the application on your PC.
To view analog video output, to help when aiming and positioning the camera during setup, connect
a coaxial cable to the BNC connector on the camera control board and connect the other end of the
cable to a monitor.
Connecting Alarm and Audio Inputs/Outputs
Audio
1234
Pin 1
GND (Input–)
Pin 1
Output (L)
Pin 2
Input+
Pin 2
Output (R)
Pin 3
Output–
Pin 3
GND
Pin 4
Output+
Pin 4
Input
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4.
Click Device Search to find the camera with the Honeywell Device Search tool. By default, the
camera has a dynamically assigned IP address (DHCP). After finding the camera with the
Device Search tool, you can assign a static IP address to the camera, or otherwise modify the
network settings, as needed (refer to the equIP® Series IP Cameras Configuration Guide on
the software and documentation CD for more information).
5.
Double-click the discovered camera, or enter the camera’s IP address into the address bar of
your web browser.
6.
In the Login dialog box, enter the default user name (admin) and password (1234) and then
click OK. The user name is case sensitive.
If you will be using a microSDHC card for video storage, insert the card now into the
microSDHC card slot (see step 5 in the Preparing the Camera section). The equIP Series IP
cameras support microSDHC cards of up to 32 GB. See Clip Storage on MicroSDHC Card for
information on using the microSDHC card with your IP camera system.
The first time you run the Honeywell Viewer web client, you will be prompted to install an
ActiveX plug-in. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the plug-in. Once the plug-in has
been installed, the web client opens automatically in your browser, displaying live video and
basic controls. Refer to the equIP® Series IP Cameras Configuration Guide on the software
and documentation CD for more information on using the Honeywell Viewer web client.
Snap the camera assembly back into place (removed in step 4 of Preparing the Camera). Line
up the tabs on the camera assembly with the guides on the camera base and slide the camera
assembly onto the camera base until the tabs lock securely in place. Make sure to install with
the terminal blocks facing the side entry cable access hole. Fasten the camera assembly into
place with the securing screw (removed in step 3 of Preparing the Camera).
Optional Clip Storage on MicroSDHC Card
Preparing to Use the MicroSDHC Card
3.
To help with aiming and positioning the camera, connect an analog monitor to the video
output connection (BNC) on the camera board.
4.
Adjust the pan and tilt setting of the camera as desired. To prevent damage to the gimbal
assembly, loosen the locking screw before adjusting the tilt angle. Re-tighten the locking
screw after setting the tilt angle. Take care not to damage the ribbon cables when adjusting
the pan rotation. Zoom and focus adjustments can be made from the Honeywell Viewer web
client.
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5.
Disconnect the analog monitor from the video output connection.
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6.
Reattach the turret cover to the camera assembly. Ensure that it snaps securely in place.
7.
Replace the dome cover, tightening the screws with the supplied Torx key.
Logging In to the Camera
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Before You Log In to the Camera
Install the microSDHC card in the card slot before you finish installing the camera (see Completing
the Installation). Log on to the camera with the web client (see Logging In to the Camera, above).
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32/64 bit)
CPU
Intel Pentium M, 2.16 GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
System Memory
2 GB or more
Network Card
Minimum: 10Base-T (10 Mbps). Recommended: 100Base-TX (100 Mbps)
Web Browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,
Apple Safari
Note
To run the web client application, you must have Windows administrator privileges and your
browser must be set up to allow ActiveX controls (refer to the equIP® Series IP Cameras
Configuration Guide on the software and documentation CD for more information).
If needed, you can format the microSDHC card to erase the contents (System  Storage
Management  SD Card  Device setting, and click Format). You can also set up
automatic deleting of old clips from the microSDHC card with the Disk cleanup setting.
To record audio with the video, enable that option in Streaming
 Audio.
Configuring MicroSDHC Card Recording
Remove the clips, one at a time (System  Storage Management  SD Card
list; select one or more clips from the recording list and click Remove).
 Recording
Note
Information to the User: 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 when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Note Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformance
North America
No. 60950-1.
The equipment supplied with this guide conforms to UL 60950-1 and CSA C22.2
Europe The manufacturer declares that the equipment supplied with this guide is compliant with
the European Parliament and Council Directive on the Restrictions of the use of certain hazardous
substances in electrical and electronic equipment (2011/65/EU), General Product Safety Directive
(2001/95/EC), and the essential requirements of the EMC Directive (2004/108/EC), conforming to the
requirements of standards EN 55022 for emissions, EN 50130-4 for immunity, and EN 60950-1 for
electrical equipment safety.
CAUTION
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this
product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
WARNING
Set up recording(s) to the microSDHC card (types of recording available include: Continuous,
Scheduled, Alarm Triggered, Motion Triggered, Network Failure Triggered, and Tampering
Triggered recording). Set up the recording parameters, as needed. Select the SD Card in either the
Record To or Recording Storage option when configuring the selected recording type.
Before logging in to the camera, ensure that your PC meets the following system requirements:
Operating System
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FCC Statement of Compliance
1234
Completing the Installation
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Set up automatic disk cleanup, to delete clips of a certain age when the card storage reaches a
specified capacity (System  Storage Management  SD Card  Disk cleanup setting).
Regulatory Statements
The camera supports one alarm input and one relay output, as well as two-way audio transmissions.
Refer to the following pin definitions when connecting alarm and audio devices:
Alarm
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For more information on Alarms, Events, and Recording settings, refer to the equIP Series
IP Cameras Configuration Guide included on the software and documentation CD.
Downloading and Playing Clips Recorded to a MicroSDHC Card
1. Go to System  Storage Management  SD Card. The list of video clips (in AVI format) is
To comply with EN50130-4 requirements, a UPS should be
employed when powering the camera from 24 V AC.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Correct Disposal of this Product (applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection systems).
This product should be disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable local
laws, regulations, and procedures.
in the Recording list section at the bottom of the page.
Note
If needed, you can click Sort to change the order that the video clips are sorted in (can be
sorted by date or recording type).
2.
Select a clip from the list and click download.
3.
You can choose to either Open or Save the file. Select Open to immediately play the clip with
your default video player after it has downloaded. Select Save to save the file to a location on
your hard drive. Once saved you can use the file as needed (distribute and/or play the clip).
Logging In to the Camera
Deleting Clips from a MicroSDHC Card
1.
Power up the camera through the PoE, 24 V AC, or 12 V DC power connection.
There are three options for deleting video clips from a microSDHC card:
2.
Insert the installation disc into your disc drive and navigate to the Honeywell Device Search
folder.
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Format the card, deleting all clips from the microSDHC card (System
 SD Card  Device setting, and click Format).
 Storage Management
If you want, you can copy the Device Search executable file to your computer desktop (or
other location) to run the Device Search application without the installation disc.
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incorporate such changes.
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