Network Camera User Manual

Network Camera User Manual
Network Camera
User Manual
The manual is applied to the following model:
Model No.
TBR722
TBR721
TDR751
Resolution
3MP@30fps
3MP@30fps
3MP@30fps
Lens
9-22mm Motorizaed Lens, F1.5
3-10mm Motorizaed Lens, F1.4
3-10mm Motorizaed Lens, F1.4
Note: The manual is subject to change without notice.
Contents
Preface
Wide Dymamic Range (WDR)................................................................................18
IR LED Control..............................................................................................................18
P-Iris Control.................................................................................................................18
Overview Mode Cont....................................................................................................20
Noise filter.....................................................................................................................19
Exposure........................................................................................................................19
Day & Night Threshold.............................................................................................19
Basic Settings........................................................................................................................20
Video........................................................................................................................................21
Video Stream...................................................................................................................21
Stream 1........................................................................................................................21
Stream 2........................................................................................................................22
Stream 3........................................................................................................................22
Overlay Settings.............................................................................................................23
Contents.......................................................................................................................23
Network..................................................................................................................................24
TCP/IP.................................................................................................................................24
IP Address Configuration........................................................................................24
Current Network Settings.......................................................................................24
FTP.......................................................................................................................................25
FTP Server....................................................................................................................25
Login Information.....................................................................................................25
Test Remote FTP Server...........................................................................................25
SMTP...................................................................................................................................26
SMTP Server.................................................................................................................26
Login Information.....................................................................................................26
To Mail Address..........................................................................................................26
Ports....................................................................................................................................27
Package Contents.................................................................................................................. v
Chapter 1: Product Introduction
Overview.................................................................................................................................. 1
Key Features............................................................................................................................ 1
Hardware Specifications..................................................................................................... 2
DI/DO & Function Description.......................................................................................... 4
DI/O Pin Definition & Waterproof Connector Description...................................... 4
Cable Wiring Description.................................................................................................... 5
Cable Outlet Description.................................................................................................... 6
Web Browser (Internet Explorer)...................................................................................... 6
Chapter 2: Camera Configuration
Accessing the Camera’s Configuration Menu (Graphical User Interface).......... 8
Installing IP-FINDER..................................................................................................... 8
IP-FINDER......................................................................................................................11
Web Browser (Internet Explorer)..........................................................................12
Configuring the Camera’s Setting.................................................................................14
Browsing Through the Configuration Menu.........................................................15
SmartCatchTW........................................................................................................................16
LPR Mode...........................................................................................................................16
Overview Mode...............................................................................................................17
Quick Viewer................................................................................................................17
Autoexposure Configuration.................................................................................17
Gamma Control..........................................................................................................17
Overview Mode Cont....................................................................................................20
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HTTP...............................................................................................................................27
RTSP................................................................................................................................27
HTTPS...............................................................................................................................28
Create and Install.......................................................................................................28
Created Request........................................................................................................28
Install Certificate........................................................................................................28
IP Address filtering......................................................................................................29
General..........................................................................................................................29
Filtered IP Address.....................................................................................................29
Filtered IP Address Setup........................................................................................29
Network Storage..........................................................................................................30
Recipient Setup..........................................................................................................30
Login Certificate.........................................................................................................30
Test and Remove Network Storage.....................................................................30
Events......................................................................................................................................31
Motion Detection...........................................................................................................31
Settings.........................................................................................................................31
Detection Zones........................................................................................................32
Alarm In/Out Trigger.....................................................................................................33
Alarm In Control.........................................................................................................33
Alarm Out Control ......................................................................................................... 33
Event Actions...................................................................................................................34
When Motion Detection Triggered.....................................................................34
When Alarm In Triggered........................................................................................34
System.....................................................................................................................................36
Audio..................................................................................................................................36
Audio Settings............................................................................................................36
Recording Settings........................................................................................................37
AVI File Setting............................................................................................................37
User Management.........................................................................................................38
Add/Modify User Accounts....................................................................................38
User List.........................................................................................................................38
SD Card Management..................................................................................................39
SD Card Information.................................................................................................39
File List...........................................................................................................................39
Date & Time......................................................................................................................40
Current Camera Time...............................................................................................40
Time Settings..............................................................................................................40
Date & Time Format..................................................................................................40
NTP Server....................................................................................................................40
Firmware Upgrade.........................................................................................................42
Firmware Version.......................................................................................................42
Update...........................................................................................................................42
Maintenance....................................................................................................................43
Maintain........................................................................................................................43
Camera Name Settings............................................................................................43
Camera Configuration.............................................................................................43
Advanced Settings..............................................................................................................44
Video........................................................................................................................................45
ROI........................................................................................................................................45
Auto Exposure Weights................................................................................................46
Network..................................................................................................................................47
DDNS...................................................................................................................................47
DDNS Settings.............................................................................................................47
SNMP...................................................................................................................................48
SNMP v1/v2..................................................................................................................48
Traps for SNMP v1/v2................................................................................................48
SNMP v3.........................................................................................................................48
Multicast............................................................................................................................49
Settings..........................................................................................................................49
Events......................................................................................................................................50
Ethernet Lost Detection...............................................................................................50
Settings..........................................................................................................................50
Event Actions (Advanced)............................................................................................51
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When Motion Detection Triggered......................................................................51
When Tampering Detection Triggered...............................................................51
System.....................................................................................................................................52
Schedule Recording.......................................................................................................52
Schedule Recording Setting...................................................................................52
Chapter 3:
Viewing Live Video via VLC Media Player.............53
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Package Contents
The 3MP Outdoor IR Bullet Camera package contains the following accessories:
Placement sticker
Quick guide
2-axis cable concealed wall
mount bracket
Sunshield
Dehumidifier packet
Waterproof connector
Mounting accessory kit
Wall mount base
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CD (User Manual)
Chapter 1: Product Introduction
Overview
Key Features
▪▪ Progressive scan CMOS sensor at 3megapixel/1080p full HD resolution
▪▪ Multiple H.264 and MJPEG streams
▪▪ Easy installation with remote focus and zoom control
▪▪ Support Auto-Focus to avoid focus error through human eyes
▪▪ Adjustable P-iris to achieve best image quality
▪▪ Perfect IR exposure calculation
▪▪ WDR [Wide Dynamic Range] to overcome high contrast lighting environment
▪▪ Outdoor-ready, IP67
▪▪ Active tampering alarm
▪▪ Impact-resistant for IK10
▪▪ Excellent low light noise reduction
▪▪ ONVIF support
▪▪ Extreme weather support (-40°C to 60°C)
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Hardware Specifications
Audio
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Image sensor: 1/3” 3megapixel true WDR progressive scan CMOS sensor
Lens: Motorized (9-22mm, F1.5) board type
Iris type: p-iris
Day and night: Yes
IR distance: Effective up to 50 meters
IR wavelength: 850nm ( 4pcs high power LED )
IR control: Smart IR+
ICR: Yes
WDR: Yes
Image Enhancement
–– Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, Backlight compensation, Mirror, Flip, Day/Night, Anti-flicker
Audio streaming: Two-way
Audio compression: G.711 8KHz/ 16bit
Audio input: Line-in
Audio output: Line-out
Network
▪▪ Interface: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, RJ-45
▪▪ Supported protocols: HTTP, TCP/ IP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS,
DDNS, NTP, uPnP, ONVIF, IPv4/ v6
▪▪ Security: Multi-level passwords/ HTTP encryption
I/O Connector
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Video
▪▪ Video compression: H.264/MJPEG
▪▪ Video streaming: triple streaming
–– H.264 Stream 1/ H.264 Stream 2/ MJPEG Stream 3
▪▪ Video resolution: 2048 x 1536 to 320 x 240
▪▪ Video quality
–– VBR
–– CBR
▪▪ Frame rate
–– 2048 x 1536 @ 30 fps
–– 1920 x 1080 @ 60 fps
–– 1280 x 720 @ 60 fps
–– 720 x 576 @ 60 fps
–– 720 x 480 @ 60 fps
–– 640 x 480 @ 60 fps
–– 320 x 240 @ 60 fps
Audio in/ out port: Terminal block 1 in/ 1out
D I/O: DIX1,DOX1
RS485: N/A
Micro SD slot: Yes
RJ45: Yes
Event Management
▪▪ Event trigger: Motion detection, DI
▪▪ Notifications: Trigger alarm output, email/ FTP and record video to server
or SD card
▪▪ Post-recording: Yes
▪▪ Pre-recording: Yes
Power
▪▪ DC: DC 12V/ AC 24V
▪▪ POE: Yes/ IEEE 802.3af
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Power consumption: 16.6W max.
Weight: 2kg
Dimension: 406.22mm(D)X161(W)X263.3(H)
Operating Temp.: -40°C~60°C
Humidity: 90% RH (no condensation)
Certification: CE/ FCC
Vandal resistant: IK10
Outdoor capable: IP67, built-in heater
Application: SDK available for application development
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DI/DO & Function Description
SB Module
DI/O Pin Definition & Waterproof
Connector Description
MB Module
Gasket
Dehumidifier
Packet
Bracket
Latch
O
55 Rotate
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Line out Line in
Etherent / PoE
DC12V/
AC24V
Default
Micro SD
O
360 Rotate
Heater module
Main body
DI/O
8 PCS LED IR
Illuminator
Board Plate
DI/O
Pin
Description
1
ALM_IN (+)
2
ALM_IN (-)
3
ALM_out_NC
4
ALM_out_COM
5
ALM_out_NO
Reset
Gasket
Tightening
collar
Note:
Default : If the default button has been pressed 1~4 secs, the camera will
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be re-started and all the settings will be5back
to default except IP address. If
DI/O
over 5 secs, the camera will be re-started and all the settings will be back to
default including IP address.
Reset : Press to reset the camera.
Main body
Seal nut
Strain relief
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Waterproof
connector
Cable Wiring Description
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1. Cable Installation Steps:
2. Run the cable inside the wall mount bracket and out through the cable
opening at the front.
3. Press down the push-lock mechanism and secure the camera onto the
push-lock. Wire the network cables to the waterproof connector on
the right, and wire the line-in, line-out, DC 12V/AV 24V, DI/O and other
cables to the waterproof connector on the left. Tighten the waterproof
connector after all the cables are secured in place.
4. Secure the camera onto the wall mount bracket using the two screws
provided.
5. Open the camera’s top cover to access the wired cables. Install the RJ45
connector to the Ethernet cable and plug it into the corresponding port
on the MB module.
6. Close the camera’s top cover and secure it with the supplied hardware
tool to complete.
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Push Lock
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RJ45
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PHONE
JACK
Cable Outlet Description
Web Browser (Internet Explorer)
1. The camera features two waterproof connectors, the left one in the
diagram is for PoE connection, while right one is for line in, line out, DC
12V/AC 24V and DI/O connections.
2. The right one features four wire holes. Please cover unused holes with
sealing plugs to prevent water from entering.
3. Applicable cable diameter:
4. * Ø 2.5~1.8mm (Right)
5. * Ø 6.9~4.7mm (Left)
1. Locate and open the Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on the desktop.
2. In the address bar, type 192.168.0.250 (default IP address of the camera)
and then press the Enter button.
3. You will be prompted with a pop-up window asking for logininformation,
type in “Admin” (default login name) and“1234” (default password)
4. Open the camera’s cover and glue the dehumidifier packet onto the metal
bracket using the adhesive sticker on its back, as depicted in the diagram
below. Close the camera’s cover and ensure the clip is locked in position.
Install the sunshield and tighten a torx screw on the side of cover.
Line out
Ethernet
Line in
DC12V/AC24V
DI/DO
Hardware Installation
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5. Secure the connecting bracket to the camera’s rear.
7. Align the mounting holes on the wall mount bracket to the mounting
holes on the wall mount plate, then secure it tightly with screws to finish
the installation.
6. Press and hold down the latch on the wall mount bracket and put it into
the connecting bracket. Once in place, secure the other side using the
supplied hex wrench.
Press
Press
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Chapter 2: Camera Configuration
Accessing the Camera’s Configuration
Menu (Graphical User Interface)
Installing IP-FINDER
Note: If IP-FINDER is already installed, you can skip this section and continue
to the next section IP-FINDER on page 8.
The camera’s default IP address is 192.168.0.250, make sure the IP address of
the computer accessing the camera is on the same network subnet before
proceeding.
1. Locate the installation file IP-FINDER-Setup.msi on the CD.
2. Once located, double click on the file to start the installation program.
3. Click the Next button on the welcome screen to continue.
You can access the camera via a web browser or IP-FINDER software included
with the camera. The following information outlines the instructions for
each method.
Next button
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4. Confirm the directory that the program will be installed on. To specify
a different folder, please click on the Browse button and locate the
desired installation folder.
6. Specify which user accounts on the computer can access the program,
the options are Everyone and Just me.
Browse button
Disk Cost
button
Next button
5. To check the available drives you can install the software to and their
available and required disk space, please click on the Disk Cost button.
User accounts
7. Click on the Next button to continue.
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8. Click on the Next button to begin installation.
9. Once the installation process is complete, click on the Close button to
finish. A shortcut will be created on the desktop.
Next button
Close button
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IP-FINDER
3. Once the camera is discovered, it will show the following information:
▪▪ Model name
▪▪ IP address
▪▪ MAC address
▪▪ UUID
▪▪ Serial number
▪▪ Version
1. Locate and open the IP-FINDER software shortcut on the desktop.
4. Click on the Home Page button and it will launch the camera’s
configuration menu via Internet Explorer. You can also access the menu
by double clicking the camera’s IP address under Camera List.
2. When the program is launched, it will begin searching the network for
the IP camera automatically (the search will last for up to 90 seconds).
You can also manually search cameras by clicking on the Search button.
Home Page
Camera List
Search
IP Address
Note: Manual search will last for up to 90 seconds.
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Multiple Cameras
If more than one IP camera are detected, the Camera List will show all the
available cameras on the network. To access all the cameras’ configuration
menu simultaneously, click on the Select All button to select all the
cameras in the list, then click the Home Page button. Similarly, you can
access specific ones by ticking the camera’s checkbox.
To deselect, press the Clear All button to remove all the selection, or
specific ones by unchecking the checkbox.
Home Page
Camera List
Clear All
Select All
Checkbox
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Web Browser (Internet Explorer)
Snapshot
Takes a image snapshot from the camera, you will be prompted to store the
image file onto the computer’s hard drive.
1. Locate and open the Internet Explorer (IE) shortcut on the desktop.
2. In the address bar, type 192.168.0.250 (default IP address of the camera)
and then press the Enter button.
3. You will be prompted with a pop-up window asking for login information,
type in “Admin” (default login name) and
“1234” (default password)
4. Once logged in, you will see the main screen with video stream [stream 3]
Live view
Snapshot
Start/Stop
Viewer
Start/Stop
Press to stop the live video, press again to restart.
Viewer
Views the live video of the camera.
Setup
Setup
Options for configuring the IP camera.
PTZ/Zoom Control
Buttons used to control zooming and PTZ function.
Button
Description
Moves the camera up, down, left and right.
PTZ/Zoom
Control
Returns the camera back to default position.
Focus
Control
Adjusts the camera to zoom in or out.
Focus
Zone
Focus Control
Adjusts the camera’s focus. To adjust the focus automatically, press the Auto
Focus button. To set the focus manually, press the
to focus far objects,
and
to focus near objects.
Focus Zone
Enables or disables display of focus zone in the center of the live view (cross-hair).
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Configuring the Camera’s Setting
1. To configure the camera’s setting, click on the Setup button on the
main screen to enter the configuration menu.
Setup
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Browsing Through the Configuration Menu
The following are the camera settings available on the left hand side:
The layout of the configuration menu is split into two sections. All the camera
settings are located on the left hand side of the interface, clicking it will open
their corresponding sub-menu on the right.
▪▪ SmartCatch™
– LPR Mode
– Overview Mode
▪▪ Basic Settings
▪▪ Advanced Settings
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SmartCatchTM
Enable Auto Day/Night Switch
When enabled, the camera will switch to day or night mode automatically
based on the lighting levels in the environment. Day mode show in color view
while night mode in black and white with infrared on.
LPR Mode
This section configures the settings of the LPR/ANPR Capture Settings.
Enable External IR LED Control
Enables or unables external IR LED control, enable if a external IR LED is
needed.
Enable Two Value Conventer
Enables to create binary image. Specifies the threshold value to determine if
each pixel is replaced in an image with a black pixel or not, the range is 1~255.
Maximum sens up gain
Specifies the gain value to adjust the amplification of signal input to output,
the range is 1~512, with 1 being the lowest value.
Enable LPR Profile
The camera is able to capture license plate in high contrast with LPR Mode.
Press Default button to alter to default settings.
Max. Car Speed
Specifies the maximum car speed that detected, the range is 0~100Km.
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Overview Mode
Enable Overview Mode
This section configures the settings of the Overview Mode Settings.
User can see clearly not only the plate number but also the whole color view
with Overview Mode. Press Default button to alter to default settings.
Auto Exposure Configuration
Day Exposure Time
Specifies the value of day exposure time, the range is 1/16000 ~ 1/30, with
1/16000 being the lowest value and least light input accepted.
Night Exposure Time
Specifies the value of night exposure time, the range is 1/16000 ~ 1/30, with
1/16000 being the lowest value and least light input accepted.
Maximum sens up gain
Specifies the gain value to adjust the amplification of signal input to output,
the range is 1~512, with 1 being the lowest value.
Gamma Control
Quick viewer
Gamma level
Click this button to open up a small preview window of the live video, you can
view the image as you make image adjustments.
Specifies the value of Gamma level, the range is 1 ~ 6, with 1 being the lowest
value and dark region lightest.
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Overview Mode Cont.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Day WDR
Enables or disables the Day WDR function, enables the option if the camera is
exposed to bright back light or high contrast lightning in the day.
Night WDR
Enables or disables the Night WDR function, enables the option if the camera
is exposed to bright back light or high contrast lightning in the night.
IR LED Control
IR LED (auto)
Enables or disables IR LED control function, the camera can turn Infarred LED
light on automatically based on the lightning level in the environment with
auto mode.
P-Iris Control
Auto
When enabled, the P-Iris will adjust the opening automatically based on the
lighting levels in the environment.
Manual
Adjust the opening of the iris manually in the range of 0 ~ 100, with 0 being
the smallest value.
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Overview Mode Cont.
Noise Filter
Enable noise filter
Enables or disables noise filter function, which attenuates conducted radio
frequencies to make image clear. Adjust the level control in the range of 1 ~10.
Exposure
Exposure value adjust
Adjusts the exposure value, and enables or disables the backlight
compesationthe to balance the lightning level when there is bight backlight.
Day & Night Threshold
Auto
Allows the camera to automatically sense the current lighting level and
determine what type of color range it should display.
Forced color
Forces the camera to display color regardless of the current lighting level.
Forced black & white
Forces the camera to display black & white images regardless of the current
lighting level.
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Basic Settings
The following are the basic settings available on the left hand side:
▪▪ Video
–– Video Stream
–– Overlay Settings
▪▪ Network
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TCP/IP
FTP
SMTP
Ports
IP Filter
Network Storage
▪▪ Events
–– Motion Detection
–– Alarm In/Out Trigger
–– Event Actions
▪▪ System
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Audio Settings
Recording Settings
User Management
SD Card Management
Date & Time
Firmware Upgrade
Maintenance
Video
Stream 1
Enable 3MP output
Enables the camera output in a 3MP output file.
Video Stream
This section configures the settings of the video stream. There are 3 video
streams available, the live video from the main screen Viewer is stream 1.
Resolution
Configures the resolution of the video stream. The options are 1920x1080
(16:9), 1280x720 (16:9), 720x576 (5:4), 720x480 (3:2) 640x480 (4:3) and
320x240 (4:3).
FrameRate
Adjusts the frame rate of the video stream, the range is 5~60FPS.
Bit Rate Control
Configures the Bit Rate Control mode as VBR (variable bit rate), or CBR
(constant bit rate) for the stream.
Target Bit Rate
If the Bit Rate Control is set to CBR, you can manually set the bit rate in this
field, the range is 30~20000kbit/s.
GOP Length
Configures the GOP length of the stream. The options are 0.5, 1, 2, 3 and
4, setting “0.5 seconds” will yield the best video quality.
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Stream 2
Stream 3
Resolution
Resolution
Configures the resolution of the video stream. The available options are
1280x720(16:9), 720x576(5:4), 720x480 (3:2), 640x480(4:3) and 320x240(4:3).
Configures the resolution of the video stream. The options are 1920x1080
(16:9), 1280x720 (16:9), 720x576 (5:4), 720x480 (3:2) 640x480 (4:3) and
320x240 (4:3)..
FrameRate
FrameRate
Adjusts the frame rate of the video stream. Setting 0 will disable the stream.
Adjusts the frame rate of the video stream. Setting 0 will disable the stream.
Bit Rate Control
Quality
Configures the Bit Rate Control mode as VBR (variable bit rate), or CBR
(constant bit rate) for the stream.
Configures the video quality of the stream. The options are Best, Good and
Normal.
Target Bit Rate
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
If the Bit Rate Control is set to CBR, you can manually set the bit rate in this
field, the range is 30~1000kbit/s.
Reset
GOP Length
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
Configures the GOP length of the stream. The options are 0.5, 1, 2, 3 and
4, setting “0.5 seconds” will yield the best video quality.
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Overlay Settings
Contents
This section configures the text displayed on the live video in Viewer.
Enable Date
Enables or disables the Viewer to display the current date on the bottom
right corner.
Enable Time
Enables or disables the Viewer to display the current time on the bottom
right corner.
Enable Text
Enables or disables the Viewer to display text on the upper right corner. The
text displayed can be configured in the field box.
Display Camera Name
Enables or disables the Viewer to display the camera’s name on the upper
left corner. The name displayed can be configured in the Maintenance
menu. For information on Maintenance menu, please refer to page 39.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Network
IP Address Configuration
Enable DHCP
TCP/IP
Enables DHCP, use this feature if the camera is connected to a network with
DHCP server.
This section configures the network settings of the camera.
Static IP Address
To manually configure an IP address, select this option and input the IP
address, subnet mask, default gateway, primary and secondary DNS server
address.
Enable IPv6
To manually configure an IPv6 address, select this option and input the IPv6
address.
Current Network Settings
Displays the current IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, primary and
secondary DNS server address of the camera.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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FTP
Upload Path
This section configures the FTP server address that the camera will connect
to.
Specify the directory that the camera will upload data to.
Port Number
Specify the port number of the FTP server.
Login Information
Username
Specify the login username for the FTP server.
Password
Specify the login password for the FTP server.
Test Remote FTP Server
Server Status:
Displays the status of the test connection.
FTP Test
Tests the network connection between the camera and FTP server.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
FTP Server
Host Name or IP Address
Reset
Specify the host name or IP address of the FTP server.
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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SMTP
SMTP Server
This section configures the SMTP mail server address that the camera will
use for sending emails.
Specify the host name or IP address of the SMTP mail server.
Mail Server
Port Number
Specify the port number of the SMTP mail server.
Login Information
Username
Specify the login username for the SMTP mail server.
Password
Specify the login password for the SMTP mail server.
Email Address From
Specify the email address of the sender.
To Mail Address
Mail Address
Specify the email address to send the email when an event is triggered by
motion detection.
Mail Test Status
Displays the status of the test connection.
Mail Test
Tests the network connection between the camera and mail address.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Ports
HTTP
This section configures the HTTP port number of the web configuration
menu and RTSP port number of stream 1 to 3.
HTTP Port
Configures the HTTP port number of the web configuration menu.
RTSP
Stream 1 to 3 RTSP Port
Configures the RTSP port number of stream 1 to 3, and displays the URL of
stream 1 to 3. The range is 554/1025~65535.
Default URL of Stream 1: rtsp://cameraIP:554/live/stream1
Default URL of Stream 2: rtsp://cameraIP:8556/live/stream2
Default URL of Stream 3: rtsp://cameraIP:8555/live/stream3
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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HTTPS
Create and Install
This section creates a certificate, verified by a third party, and then set up
HTTPS accesscorrectly, contact the HTTPS verifier.
Certificate Request
Requests the certifacate of the HTTPS.
Self-Signed Certificate
Gets a self-signed certifacate of the HTTPS.
Create Request
Subject Name
Displays the subject content of the loaded certificate.
Property / Remove
Click Property to display the content of the certificate, while click Remove to
remove the certificate.
Specify the certificate request to upload
Click upload to upload the file of certificate request.
Installed Certificate
Subject Name
Displays the subject content of the loaded certificate.
Property / Remove
Click Property to display the content of the certificate, while click Remove to
remove the certificate.
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IP Adress Filtering
General
TIP address filtering is used to allow or deny access to the camera from
individual IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses. This addsan additional layer
of security to the camera.
Enable IP address filtering
Enable or disable the IP address filtering function, chooses Allow or Deny the
following IP address.
Filtered IP Address
Add the IP addresses allowed or denied.
Filtered IP Address Setup
Display the setting of filtered IP address.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Network Storage
Recipient Setup
This section configures the information of network storage.
Network Storage Status
Displays the network storage status.
Network address
Enters the network address.
Share
Enter the address to share.
Upload path
Enter the upload path.
Login Certificate
Enter the user name and the password.
Test And Remove Network Storage
Press Test to test the test status, and Remove to remove the network
storage.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Events
Settings
Motion Detection
Enables or disables motion detection function.
Enable Motion Detection
This section configures which area of the live video in Viewer will be
monitored for detecting motion.
Sensitivity
Configures the sensitivity of motion detection, the sensitivity determines the
amount of motion required to trigger an event, the range is 1 to 100, with
1 being the least sensitive. For more information on event, please refer to
Event Actions on page 30.
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Detection Zones
This section shows the live video from the camera, the screen is divided
into 5x5 rectangular boxes, to setup motion detection, please follow the
instructions below.
1. Check the Enable motion detection option, and specify the sensitivity
level.
2. In the live video screen below, select the desired area for motion
detection by clicking on the rectangular box. The border of the box will
turn red indicating that it is selected. You can select multiple boxes, up
to 5x5 boxes can be selected.
3. Press the Save button once all the desired areas are selected for the
changes to take effect.
Area with
motion detect
enabled
To remove motion detection from an area, click the box to deselect it, then
press the Save button for the changes to take effect.
Highlighted
box
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Alarm In/Out Trigger
Alarm In Control
This section configures the IP camera to work with external alarm in/out
devices.
Alarm In Mode
Enables or disables monitoring of alarm input. Enable this option if an
external sensor device connected to the alarm input requires monitoring.
Alarm In Level
Specify the signal level required for triggering the alarm device connected to
the alarm output. The options are Low and High.
Alarm Out Control
Alarm Out Mode
Specify the alarm out mode, the options are User Mode and Event Mode.
When User Mode is selected, the alarm output will be triggered based on
user configurations. When Event Mode is selected, the alarm output will
be triggered based on the configurations set in Event Actions. For more
information on Event Actions, please refer to page 30.
Alarm Out Level
Specify the alarm output action to perform when it is triggered. The options
are Low and High.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Event Actions
When Motion Detection Triggered
This section configures what actions to perform when an event is triggered
from motion detection.
Save Stream to SD Card
Check this option to store the video stream onto the SD card. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
Upload Stream to FTP Server
Check this option to upload the video stream to a FTP server. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
For information on configuring the FTP server, please refer to FTP on page 24.
Send Email Notification
Check this option to send an email notifying the event, for more information
on configuring the email address, please refer to SMTP on page 25.
Alarm Output
Check this option to activate the device connected to alarm output when
motion detection is triggered.
When Alarm In Triggered
Save Stream to SD Card
Check this option to store the video stream onto the SD card. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
Upload Stream to FTP Server
Check this option to upload the video stream to a FTP server. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
For information on configuring the FTP server, please refer to FTP on page 24.
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Send Email Notification
Check this option to send an email notifying about the alarm event, for
more information on configuring the email address, please refer to SMTP
on page 25.
Alarm Output
Check this option to activate the device connected to alarm output when
alarm in is triggered.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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System
Audio Settings
Audio In Enable
Audio
Enables or disables audio-in on the camera. When enabled, specify the
volume in the Audio In Volume textbox. The range is 1~100.
This section is used to configure the audio settings.
Audio Out Enable
Enables or disables audio-out on the camera. When enabled, specify the
volume in the Audio Out Volume textbox. The range is 1~100.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Recording Settings
AVI File Setting
This section is used to configure the recording settings of the IP camera.
Stream Source
Selects which video stream number to record, the options are Stream 1 and
Stream 2.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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User Management
Add/Modify User Accounts
This section is used to manage user accounts for accessing the IP camera’s
web configuration menu.
To add a user account, type in the username and password (username and
password must be at least 1 character), retype the password to confirm,
then choose the access level for the account in the Authority drop down
list. You can also provide a description for the account under the User
Information field.
Access Level
Administrator: Has full control (read/write) over every configuration menu item.
Operator: Has full control (read/write) over every configuration menu item in Video and Event only.
Viewer: Only has access (read) to the live view of the camera (main screen).
User List
Displays user accounts available on the camera, to edit an account’s
password, click the Edit button, then retype the new password in the
Password and Confirm Password fields.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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SD Card Management
SD Card Information
This section is used to manage the SD card.
If a SD card is installed, this section will display information on the availability
of the SD card, and the percentage of the total storage used.
Format
Formats the SD card, all data stored on the SD card will be erased if this
option is used.
SD Card Overwrite
Enables or disables overwrite protection for the SD card. Press the Save
button to apply the setting.
File List
Displays the information of the folders and files stored in the SD card.
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Date & Time
Current Camera Time
This section configures the date and time on the camera.
Displays the current date and time on the camera.
Time Settings
Synchronize with NTP Server
Select this option to synchronize the date and time with a NTP server.
Synchronize with Computer Time
Select this option to synchronize the date and time to the computer
connected to the camera.
Manually Setting
Select this option to manually configure the date and time.
Time Zone
Select the time zone relevant to your location in the drop down list.
Daylight Saving
Select this option to enable daylight saving. The Start/End date and time for
daylight saving can be manually configured in the text boxes beneath the
option.
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Date & Time Format
Date Format
Configures the format that the date will be displayed in. The options are
YYYY/MM/DD, MM/DD/YYYY and DD/MM/YYYY.
Time Format
Configures the format that the time will be displayed in. The options are
12Hrs and 24Hrs.
NTP Server
NTP Server Address
If Synchronize with NTP Server is selected as the time mode, type in the
host name or IP address of the NTP server.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Firmware Upgrade
Firmware Version
This section is used to update the IP camera’s firmware.
Application Version
Displays the current firmware version.
Update
Specify the Firmware Image File to Upgrade
To update the camera’s firmware, click on the Browse button and locate
the firmware image file, once the file is selected, press the Update button
to begin.
CAUTION!
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The firmware update process will take around 15 minutes to
complete, during this time, do not disconnect the network
cable, reset or power off the IP camera, as you may damage
the device.
Maintenance
Maintain
This section is used to restart the IP camera, or restore it to factory default
settings.
Restart
Click this button to reboot the camera.
Reset to Default
Click this button to restore all the camera’s setting back to factory default.
Camera Name Settings
Camera Name
Specify a name for the camera. The name will be displayed in the upper left
corner on the live video stream of the camera. To enable this, make sure the
option Display Camera Name in the Overlay Settings menu is checked.
For information on the Overlay Settings menu, please refer to page 20.
Camera Configuration
Export
Export the video files.
Import
Upload the file and import the video files.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Advanced Settings
The following are the advanced settings available on the left hand side:
This section is used to configure advanced settings of the IP camera.
▪▪ Video
–– ROI
–– AE Weights
▪▪ Network
–– DDNS
–– SNMP
–– Multicast
▪▪ Events
–– Ethernet Lost Detection
–– Event Actions
▪▪ System
–– Schedule Recording
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Video
ROI
You can configure up to 5 ROI zones. ROI is used to select which areas will
be monitored and recorded with higher image quality while using lower
image quality for other non-ROI zones to save bandwidth and storage. The
instructions below illustrate how to setup 5 ROI zones.
1. To create ROI zone 1, check the Enable ROI zone 1, and on the live
video screen, select the area to set the ROI by holding down the mouse
button and drag to make a rectangular square, release the button once
the desired area is covered.
2. Press the Setting Area button in Enable ROI zone 1 to set this area as
the ROI.
3. Repeat the above steps to create ROI for zones 2 to 5.
To delete an area, check the ROI zone number you like to remove, and press
the Remove button.
ROI zone 1
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ROI zone 2
Auto Exposure Weights
You can select up to 5 areas and configure the exposure weighting for
each area manually. The weighting determines the importance of the area
captured, a higher weighting value will increase the sensitivity of the auto
exposure.
1. To create an auto exposure area, select User Define and check the
Enable Regional weighting 1.
2. On the live video screen, select the area by holding down the mouse
button and drag to make a rectangular square, release the button once
the desired area is covered.
3. Press the Setting Area button in Enable Regional weighting 1.
4. Configure the weighting value in the corresponding textbox, the range
is 0 ~ 10.
5. Repeat the above steps to create auto exposure weightings for zones 3
to 5.
To delete an area, check the zone number you like to remove, and press the
Remove button.
To allow the camera to adjust the exposure automatically, select the Auto
option.
Background Others
Configures the weighting value of the area outside of the selected zones.
Zone 1
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Zone 2
Network
DDNS Settings
DDNS Service
DDNS
Select the DDNS service provider from the drop down list, the available
providers are Dyn, NO-IP, dnsExit and DtDNS.
This section is used to configure DDNS (Dynamic DNS).
Note: Different DDNS service provider may have different input fields.
Web Site
URL link to the selected DDNS service provider's web site.
Username
Username of the DDNS account.
Password
Password of the DDNS account.
Hostname
Hostname of the DDNS account.
Internet IP Address
Displays the IP address assigned when the connection is established.
Manual
Used to manually specify an IP address of a DDNS server.
Status
Displays the connection status of the DDNS service.
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SNMP
SNMP v1/v2
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol that can be
used to manage and monitor SNMP-enabled devices over a network. The
SNMPv1, SNMPv2 and SNMPv3 settings for the IP camera can be configured
in this page.
Enable SNMP v1/v2
Enables or disables SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 support.
Read Community
Used to configure the read community string.
Write Community
Used to configure the write community string.
Traps for SNMP v1/v2
Enable Traps
Enables the IP camera to send SNMP trap messages.
Trap Address
Specifies the IP address of the trap server to receive the trap messages.
Trap Community
Used to configure the trap community string.
SNMP v3
Enable SNMP v3
Enables or disables SNMPv3 support.
User name
Used to configure the SNMPv3 username.
User password
Used to configure the SNMPv3 password.
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Multicast
Settings
The IP camera's video streams can be sent to a multicast IP address group
for one-to-many streaming. The multicast settings for the IP camera can be
configured in this page.
Enable Multicast
Enables or disables multicast streaming.
Group Address
Configures the IP address of the multicast group.
RTP Port
Configures the RTP port of the multicast address, this port is used for
streaming video and audio data.
RTCP Port
Configures the RTCP port of the multicast address, this port is used for
controlling RTP streams.
Path
Configures the URL address of the video stream.
Always Multicast
Check this option to enable the video stream to start multicast streaming
without using RTCP.
Audio RTP Port and RTCP Port
Configures the port numbers for RTP audio and RTCP, the range is 1025 ~
65535.
TTL
Configures the time-to-live threshold of the multicast datagram before it is
discarded by the router.
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Events
Settings
Ethernet Lost Detection
Enables link failure detection of the Ethernet connection.
Enable Ethernet Lost Detection
This page is used to configure link failure detection for Ethernet.
Alarm Output
Enables the camera to trigger the device connected to alarm output upon
detecting failure of the Ethernet connection.
Save
Save button to apply the configurations, click on this button once all the
settings are confirmed for the new changes to take effect.
Reset
Reset button to discard all the settings applied.
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Event Actions (Advanced)
Upload Stream to FTP Server
Check this option to upload the video stream to a FTP server. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
For information on configuring the FTP server, please refer to FTP on page 24.
This section configures what actions to perform when an event is triggered
from face detection and tampering detection.
Send Email Notification
Check this option to send an email notifying the event, for more information
on configuring the email address, please refer to SMTP on page 25.
Alarm Output
Check this option to activate the device connected to alarm output when
face detection is triggered.
When Tampering Detection Triggered
Save Stream to SD Card
Check this option to store the video stream onto the SD card. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
Upload Stream to FTP Server
Check this option to upload the video stream to a FTP server. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
For information on configuring the FTP server, please refer to FTP on page 24.
Send Email Notification
Check this option to send an email notifying about the alarm event, for
more information on configuring the email address, please refer to SMTP
on page 25.
When Motion Detection Triggered
Save Stream to SD Card
Alarm Output
Check this option to store the video stream onto the SD card. Select the
desired file format in the drop down menu, the options are AVI and JPEG.
Check this option to activate the device connected to alarm output when
tampering detection is triggered.
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System
Schedule Recording Setting
Schedule Recording
Enables or disables recording of the video stream.
Enable Schedule Recording
This section is used to schedule the recording of the video streams.
Daily
Configures the camera to record at the specified Start Time and End Time.
Weekly
Configures the camera to record on the specified day and time of the week.
S
Select this to set full-day recording.
D
Select this to cancel full-day recording.
E
Displays the end time of the recording, clicking E will allow you to configure
the start time and end time.
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Chapter 3: Viewing Live Video via VLC Media Player
Chapter 3: Viewing Live Video via VLC Media Player
The IP camera’s live video can be viewed by third party media players such
as VLC media player by VideoLAN project. To stream the live video from
the camera to VLC media player through the network, please follow the
instructions below.
RTSP URL
1. Locate and open VLC media player.
2. Go to Media -> Open Network Stream.
3. Enter the following RTSP URL:
rtsp://192.168.0.250:554/live/stream1
Note: RTSP URL of stream 1, similarly you can view stream 2 and 3 of the camera by
entering their corresponding URLs. Please refer to Ports on page 26 for more information
on the URL link.
Play
5. You will be prompted with a pop-up window asking for login information,
type in “Admin” (default login name) and “1234” (default password)
4. Press the Play button to start streaming.
Open Network
Stream
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