IPC6200 Series-Outdoor Network PTZ Dome Cameras

IPC6200 Series-Outdoor Network PTZ Dome Cameras
Outdoor Network PTZ Dome Cameras
Quick Guide
Manual Version: V1.01
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security, please change the password after your first login. You are
recommended to set a strong password (no less than eight characters).
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This product has been designed to comply with the requirements on
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Safety and Compliance Information
Safety Symbols
The symbols in the following table may be found on installation-related
equipment. Be aware of the situations indicated and take necessary
safety precautions during equipment installation and maintenance.
Symbol
Description
Generic alarm symbol: To suggest a general safety concern.
ESD protection symbol: To suggest electrostatic-sensitive
equipment.
Electric shock symbol: To suggest a danger of high voltage.
The symbols in the following table may be found in this manual.
Carefully follow the instructions indicated by the symbols to avoid
hazardous situations and use the product properly.
Symbol
WARNING!
CAUTION!
NOTE!
Description
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in bodily injury or death.
Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could
result in damage, data loss or malfunction to
product.
Indicates useful or supplemental information
about the use of product.
Safety Information
Installation and removal of the unit and its accessories must be carried
out by qualified personnel. Please read all of the safety instructions
below before installation and operation.
Installation
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This device is a class A product and may cause radio interference.
Take measures if necessary.
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If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer.
Never attempt to disassemble the camera yourself. (We shall not
assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized
repair or maintenance.)
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While shipping, the camera should be packed in its original packing.
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Make sure the power supply voltage is correct before using the
camera.
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Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock.
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Do not touch sensor modules with fingers. If cleaning is necessary,
use a clean cloth with a bit of ethanol and wipe it gently. If the
camera will not be used for an extended period of time, put on the
lens cap to protect the sensor from dirt.
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Do not aim the camera lens at the strong light such as sun or
incandescent lamp. The strong light can cause fatal damage to the
camera.
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The sensor may be burned out by a laser beam, so when any laser
equipment is being used, make sure that the surface of the sensor
not be exposed to the laser beam.
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Use the waterproof tapes to protect the end of tail cable, and keep
the tail cable from water.
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Mount a laser dome camera at a height of six meters (19.7 ft) from
the ground. To avoid bodily injury from the laser radiation, please
make sure that no one is within the range of three meters from the
camera when the laser is working.
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Keep the device from pressure, vibration, and moisture during
transportation, storage, and installation. Keep the device away
from any source of vibration during installation.
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Use a power adapter or a PoE device that meets requirements.
Otherwise, the device may be damaged.
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Keep the length of the power cable between the power adapter
and the device within 1.5 meters, otherwise, the power voltage on
the device may be lowered and may cause exception. If the power
cable is not long enough, extend the part between the power
adapter and the power supply.
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Disconnect power before you move the device. The device is
instantly electrified when the power cable is plugged in.
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Do not move the device by lifting the tail cable.
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Do not cut the tail cables. Exposed tail cables can cause short
circuit and damage the device.
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Use the power cable connector delivered with the device. Make
sure the connector is in good condition (clip) and secured into
place. Do not fully stretch the power cord, otherwise, the
connector may loose or be disconnect due to vibration or shake.
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The end of the tail cable must be kept under good protection. Take
waterproof measures to protect tail cables, and keep away from
water.
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Make sure that the ceiling or wall can bear the weight of your
camera.
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During the process of transportation, special attention is required
for the protection of the front glass surface to prevent friction,
scratch and contamination, etc. In order to keep the front glass
clean, do not remove the protective film on the front glass surface
during mounting. After mounting is finished, remove the film
before the device is powered on.
Maintenance
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If there is dust on the front glass surface, remove the dust gently
using an oil-free brush or a rubber dust blowing ball.
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If there is grease or a dust stain on the front glass surface, clean the
glass surface gently from the center outward using anti-static
gloves or an oil-free cloth. If the grease or the stain still cannot be
removed, use anti-static gloves or an oil-free cloth dipped with
detergent and clean the glass surface gently until it is removed.
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Do not use organic solvents, such as benzene or ethanol when
cleaning the front glass surface.
WARNING!
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Never look at the transmit laser while the power is on. Never look
directly at the fiber ports and the fiber cable ends when they are
powered on.
Use of controls or adjustments to the performance or procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous laser
emissions.
Regulatory Compliance
FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
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.
This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference.
2.
This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
LVD/EMC Directive
This product complies with the European Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
WEEE Directive–2002/96/EC
The product this manual refers to is covered by the Waste Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive and must be disposed of in a
responsible manner.
Contents
1 Appearance Description......................................................................... 1
Dimensions.................................................................................................... 1
Cable Connection .......................................................................................... 2
2 Mount Your Camera .............................................................................. 4
Preparations .................................................................................................. 4
Check Before Mount ............................................................................. 4
Cable Requirements ............................................................................. 5
Process Map ......................................................................................... 9
Hardware Installation ................................................................................. 11
Insert the Micro SD Card (Optional) ................................................... 11
Mount the SFP Optical Module .......................................................... 12
Mount the Camera ............................................................................. 14
Start the Camera................................................................................. 19
Reset the Camera to Default Settings................................................. 20
Waterproof Measures................................................................................. 21
Waterproof Components for an RJ45 Plug ......................................... 21
Waterproof Tail Cable......................................................................... 22
3 Set Your Camera over the LAN ............................................................. 25
4 Access Your Camera ............................................................................. 26
System Requirements for Your PC .............................................................. 26
Access Your Camera .................................................................................... 26
Install the ActiveX ....................................................................................... 27
Adjust the Display ....................................................................................... 28
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Appearance Description
Dimensions
Dimensions of network dome cameras are as follows. For the actual
appearance, see the product.
Table 1-1 Dimensions
Model
Dimensions
 IR PTZ Dome (for
46mm (1.81”)
long range
illumination)
 Smart IR PTZ Dome
 Starlight White
193mm
(7.60”)
359.4mm
(14.15”)
Light PTZ Dome
 Starlight Full
Spectrum PTZ
Dome
 Starlight IR PTZ
227mm (8.94”)
Dome
46mm (1.81”)
193mm
(7.60”)
359.4mm
(14.15”)
Laser PTZ Dome
227mm (8.94”)
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Model
Dimensions
46mm (1.81”)
193mm
(7.60”)
IR PTZ Dome (for short
range illumination)
359.4mm
(14.15”)
227mm (8.94”)
Cable Connection
All cables are tagged to indicate their functions separately. The cables
available may vary with the product model. The following takes full
cable as an example.
NOTE!
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Certain models support Ethernet interface (10M/100M Base-TX
Ethernet, RJ45).
Certain models support optical interface (SFP module) and FC fiber
connector (fiber optical adapter included).
The dome camera is delivered without the SFP optical module
installed. For the details about mounting the optical module, see
Mount the SFP Optical Module.
Please disconnect the power before mounting. You can connect the
camera to the network through the optical interface or the copper
interface after mounting and switch two interfaces without
disconnecting the power. The two interfaces cannot be used at the
same time.
For the detailed information about the specifications, see the
datasheet.
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Figure 1-1 Cable Connection
Display
device
1
2
Audio input
(Sound pickup)
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3
4
Alarm input (Voice
activated switch)
5
Alarm output
(Alarm indicator)
6 7 8
Third-party device
connected through
RS485 interface
Ground
Power adapter
Network access
device connected
through optical
interface
Audio output
(Outdoor
sound box)
Network access
device connected
through copper
interface
Table 1-2 Description About Interfaces of Full Tail Cable
No.
Interface
Function
VIDEO OUT
Video output interface. Output video signals and
connect to analog devices such as monitors for
video display.
2
AUDIO IN
Audio input interface. Input audio signals or
performs intercom.
Note:
Audio input and intercom cannot be used at the
same time with this interface.
3
ALARM IN
Alarm input interface. Input alarm signals.
4
Power
interface
Connect to the power adaptor.
5
Optical
interface
100M/1000M Base-FX adaptive SFP module.
Connect to the optical network.
Note:
The optical is single mode fiber. See Optical fiber
for more information.
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AUDIO OUT
Audio output interface. Output audio signals.
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Ethernet
interface
10M/100M Base-TX adaptive Ethernet interface.
Connect to the network.
1
3
No.
Interface
Function
8
RS485
Serial port. Interact and control an external
device. For example, it can control a third-party
device.
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ALARM OUT
Alarm output interface. Output alarm signals.
NOTE!
For the latest specifications, see the product datasheet.
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Mount Your Camera
The following figures are for your reference only. See the actual
product for details. Mounting processes for dome cameras are similar,
differences will be described separately if there is any.
Preparations
Check Before Mount
Check camera components
Before mounting your camera, check the device model, accessory
types and quantities against the packing list to ensure components are
complete.
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Figure 2-1 Camera Structure
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1
3
4
1: Tail cable
2: Bracket adapter
3: Safety wire
4: Dome
Verify the bearing capacity of the mounted position
Verify that the mounted position meets the bearing requirements.
Otherwise, you are advised to reinforce the mounted position for the
device weight. For more information, see the product datasheet.
Verify the lightning protection and grounding requirements
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Select proper lightning protection devices for the power supply,
audio and video signals interfaces, and RS485 interfaces.
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See Table 2-2 to ground the terminal properly.
Cable Requirements
Network cable
10/100 Mbps Ethernet CAT 5/5E UTP cables are applicable to the
ANSI/EIA/TIA-568A/B and ISO/D.
Eight wires in the network cable need to be inserted in parallel into the
top of the cable connector. The cable connector needs to be crimped in
position. When the cable connector is in position, ensure that the
metal pieces of the cable connector are parallel to each other and the
clamp of the cable connector is intact.
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Optical fiber
The optical module in the camera should match that of the third-party
device (such as a switch), in terms of fiber mode and emission/receiver
wavelength. Ensure the transmission distance of the optical module is
greater than the distance actually required.
NOTE!
For a dome camera with optical module, it should be connected to the
single mode optical fiber instead of multimode optical fiber.
For a proper optical fiber connection, check that:
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During SFP module installation, do not bend the fiber at sharp
angle (make sure that the curvature of the fiber is greater than 90
degrees).
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When mounting the tail cable adapter, ensure that the optical
fiber is not clamped by the device. Otherwise, the optical fiber
could be damaged.
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Avoid excessively bending the optical fiber during installation. If
the optical fiber is too long, coil the optical fiber. Ensure that the
coil diameter is greater than 60 mm and the curvature is greater
than 90 degrees.
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Select a high-quality fiber connector. If a non-standard fiber
connector without chamfering is used, internal ceramic sleeves
such as the optical module, fiber optic adapter, or optical splitter
could be damaged.
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Ensure that the fiber connector is in good condition, the latch is
not disrupted and keeps elasticity, and the connection to the peer
end is proper.
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Before connecting an optical fiber, check that there is no obvious
surface defect such as stain, scratch, dent, or pit. If the fiber
connector, fiber optic adapter, or optical module is dirty, clean it
with alcohol and clean cotton (or a clean cotton rod).
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Choose a fiber optic adapter according to the fiber connector
model. Use an optical splitter when cascading devices.
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To connect a fiber connector and a fiber optic adapter, align the
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fiber connector with the slot in the fiber optic adapter to ensure
proper interconnection.
Power cable
NOTE!
Data listed in Table 2-1 is applicable to power cables that use 24 VAC /24
VDC power supply. The item Core Diameter indicates the conductor
diameter.
Table 2-1 Power Loss on the Cable for Different Lengths and Different
Core Diameters
Core Diameter
(Unit: mm)
Distance
(Unit: m)
0.80
1.00
1.25
Power
(Unit: W)
30
28
45
72
183
40
21
34
54
137
8
2.00
Core Diameter
(Unit: mm)
Distance
(Unit: m)
0.80
1.00
1.25
2.00
Power
(Unit: W)
50
17
27
43
110
60
-
22
36
91
70
-
19
31
78
80
-
-
27
68
90
-
-
24
61
100
-
-
21
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Table 2-2 Phoenix Connector Description
Power Supply
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Cable Color
IR PTZ dome (for long range
illumination)/smart IR PTZ
dome/laser PTZ
dome/starlight white light PTZ
dome/starlight full spectrum
PTZ dome/starlight IR PTZ
dome: 24VAC 3A/24VDC 2.5A
IR PTZ dome (for short range
illumination):24 VAC 2.2A/
24 VDC 2.5A
The anode and the cathode are
not distinguished for phoenix
connectors of red and black
cables.
GND: yellow-green color.
Note:
GND is used to ground the
camera. Ensure that GND is
connected to a reliable grounding
point.
Process Map
Make sure the camera is disconnected from power during installation.
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NOTE!
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Accessories such as the wall mount bracket and the pendant mount
bracket may be necessary during installation. For supported models,
refer to the accessory list recommended by your dealer.
The wall bearing capacity and the bracket length must satisfy onsite
mounting requirements. You need to select a mount mode
according to the actual situations.
The following figure shows the mounting process.
Installation
Preparation
No
Inserting
Micro SD?
Yes
No
Inserting Micro
SD card
Installing SFP?
No
Yes
Inserting SFP
Meet
requirements?
Yes
Mounting camera
Check Installation
End
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Hardware Installation
Insert the Micro SD Card (Optional)
To use the local storage function, you need to install a Micro SD card.
The Micro SD card is installed inside the camera. Do not hot plug the
Micro SD card after it is inserted. Otherwise the camera or the SD card
might be damaged.
NOTE!
Format the Micro SD card before using it. You can do the format job
in the software interface.
For recommended Micro SD card specifications, contact your dealer.
The following figures are for your reference only. The Micro SD slot
may vary with your camera.
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Unscrew the four cross-recessed screws to remove the back cover.
Insert the Micro SD card, and then mount the back cover. Properly
mount the waterproof ring in position.
Figure 2-2 Insert the Micro SD Card
1
Slot 1
Slot 2
2
Screw
Micro SD card
Slot 3
Back cover
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Table 2-1 Micro SD Card Slot Description
Model
Micro SD Slot
 WDR IR PTZ Dome
Slot 1
 Smart IR PTZ Dome
 Laser PTZ Dome
Slot 2
 IR PTZ Dome
 Starlight White Light PTZ
Dome
 Starlight Full Spectrum PTZ
Slot 3
Dome
 Starlight IR PTZ Dome
Mount the SFP Optical Module
NOTE!
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1.
Select the optical module by referring to the accessory list
recommended by your dealer.
During the connection, ensure that the optical fiber plug of the
optical module matches the actual optical interface of the tail cable
(referring to the tag attached to each optical interface).
Unscrew the tail cable adapter by loosening four screws.
Tail cables adapter
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2.
Turn over the tail cable adapter unit, and remove the dustproof
lid.
Dustproof lid
3.
Insert the SFP optical module recommended by your dealer.
4.
Connect the optical fiber plug to the SFP module, and then
replace the tail cable adapter unit.
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Mount the Camera
Wall Mount
NOTE!
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1.
When mounting the camera, please install the bracket adapter to
the bracket first and then mount the camera to the bracket.
Tighten all the screws to hold the dome securely.
For waterproofing, apply sealant between the dome and the
bracket, wall veneer slits, and leading-out holes of the wall.
The following section describes concealed installation. To implement
open installation, directly lead the cable out from the cable slot at
the flank of the bracket.
The following takes wall mount as an example.
Position the drill holes and mark according to the bracket, and
then lead the cables out of the wall.
2.
Drill holes on the wall. Use a drill bit that matches the diameter of
plastic anchor, and refer to bolt length for hole depth.
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3.
Knock in the expansion bolts and ensure that they are locked into
place.
4.
Turn the bracket adapter (G1 ½ male thread) in.
Bracket adapter
5.
Secure the bracket adapter with a screw.
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6.
Attach the safety wire to the bracket and the dome. And Lead the
tail cable through the bracket.
7.
Attach the dome to the bracket adapter.
Bracket adapter
screw
Inner track
Camera holder
Slide camera holders into inner track
and turn camera till it is blocked by
bracket adapter screw
8.
Secure the dome with two M5 screws.
M5 screw
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9.
Connect the cables and attach the bracket to the wall with flat
pads, washers and nuts.
Pendant Mount
NOTE!
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The pendant mount bracket is for indoor installation only. For
specially required outdoor installation, please make sure all
waterproof requirements are met. We will not assume any
responsibility for damage or loss incurred otherwise.
Any custom made pendant must conform to the waterproof
requirements.
Tail cables should be protected by waterproof measurements and
not be exposed. The whole wiring area of tail cables should be well
waterproofed. Seal the connector of the dome camera and the
pendant for waterproofing. Ensure that the sun shield on the tail
cable unit is mounted in position.
When mounting the camera, please first install the bracket adapter
to the bracket and then mount the tail cable unit to the adapter.
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1.
Locate the positions of the holes.
a.
Mark the positions of the holes by referring to the mount
points of the bracket.
b.
2.
Lead the cable through the hole on the wall.
Select a drill bit matching the outer diameter of the expansion
bolt. For the hole depth, refer to the bolt length.
3.
Knock the expansion bolts, and verify that they are tightened up.
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4.
Screw-in the bracket adapter (G1 ½ male thread) to the connector
of the pendant mount bracket.
5.
Tighten the screws (M4) at the bracket.
6.
Mount the dome and connect all the tail cables (see step 6, 7, 8 in
Wall Mount).
Start the Camera
After you have mounted the camera properly, connect the camera to
power.
Each time the camera is powered on, it will perform a self-test to check
the Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ function). After self-test, you can operate the
camera.
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NOTE!
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The self-test process starts after the camera is powered up. Please
wait patiently.
When the operation temperature is lower than zero degree Celsius,
the camera will be automatically pre-heated (the pre-heat process
takes 30 minutes at most). The self-test starts only after the
temperature rises above zero degree Celsius.
Reset the Camera to Default Settings
Remove the back cover first. For the camera structure, see Figure 2-2.
Press and hold the RST button (as shown in the figure below) for about
15 seconds to restore factory default settings. The RST button only
works within ten minutes after the camera is powered on. The camera
is restored to the default settings after the startup.
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Waterproof Measures
Waterproof Components for an RJ45 Plug
1.
Attach the seal ring to the copper interface.
Seal ring
2.
Mount the waterproof components.
You can crimp the inner wires of the cable with the RJ45 plug first and
then cover the waterproof components. You may also cover the
waterproof components first.
3
2
1
Insert in order
3.
Insert the cylindrical waterproof ring into bolt.
Cylindrical waterproof ring
Waterproof bolt
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4.
Insert the cable into the Ethernet interface and screw the
waterproof bolt in.
5.
Screw in the waterproof bolt lid.
Bolt lid
6.
Finish the waterproof installation.
Waterproof Tail Cable
Connect the tail cables and then take the following steps to protect the
tail cables from water using waterproof tapes. The following figures are
for your reference only.
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1.
Connect the tail cables.
2.
Protect the connected cables using insulating tapes.
3.
Protect other cables using insulating tapes.
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4.
Wrap all the tail cables together using insulating tapes.
5.
Choose a start point for waterproof tapes.
Waterproof tape
6.
Protect the tail cables using waterproof tapes.
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CAUTION!
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3
Avoid short circuit when insulating the cables.
Use self adhesive waterproof tapes that will stick together with the
twisted cables.
Tighten waterproof tapes when wrapping the cables and make sure
the cable connections are fully covered.
You are recommended to put the waterproof cables in a waterproof
junction box which needs to be purchased separately.
Set Your Camera over the LAN
To view and configure your camera via the local area network (LAN),
you need to install the EZStation to find your camera and change its IP
address.
NOTE!
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1.
Please contact your dealer to obtain the EZStation.
Please refer to the user manual of EZStation for detailed
information.
Connect your camera and your PC as shown in the figure below to
ensure the routing is available.
2.
Use EZStation to search online cameras automatically.
3.
Modify the camera settings if necessary, including its IP address
and subnet mask.
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NOTE!
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4
The default IP address is “192.168.0.13”. The default username is
“admin”, and the default password is “123456”.
To access your camera from a different subnet, set the gateway for
your camera after you log in.
Access Your Camera
For an IP camera, you can directly control and manage it through the
web interface on a PC.
System Requirements for Your PC
Item
Requirements
Operating
system
Microsoft Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows XP (32-bit or
64-bit). Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit) is recommended.
CPU
2.0 GHz or higher, dual-core. Intel i3 CPU or higher are
recommended.
Memory
At least 1 GB. 2 GB (or higher) is recommended.
Graphic
card
At least 128 MB display memory. Mainstream discrete
graphics with more than 1 GB display memory are
recommended. The hardware should support DirectX9.0c.
Note:
Make sure that the latest driver is installed on graphic card.
Sound
card
Required.
Note:
Two-way audio and voice broadcast require the latest driver
on sound card.
Network
card
Gigabit Ethernet
recommended.
Access Your Camera
Before you begin, check that:

The self-test is finished.
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network
cards
(or
higher)
are

Your camera is operating properly and connected to the network.

The PC client you are using is installed with Internet Explorer 8.0
or later.
Follow these steps to access your camera through the Web interface:
1.
Open your browser, input the IP address of your camera (default
IP is 192.168.0.13) in the address bar and then press Enter to
open the login page.
2.
Enter the username (default is “admin”) and password (default is
“123456”) and then click Login.
NOTE!
Install the ActiveX at your first login. For the detailed steps, see Install
the ActiveX. When the installation of the ActiveX is completed, open
your IE to log in.
Install the ActiveX
The following takes the IE browser as an example to describe the
installation steps.
1.
Click Download.
2.
Click Run. You may also click Save to download the file to your
computer first.
3.
Close the browser and follow the steps to complete the
installation.
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NOTE!
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For your first login with Windows 7, if the system does not prompt
you to install ActiveX, follow these steps to turn off UAC: click the
Start button, and then click Control Panel. In the search box, type
uac, and then click Change User Account Control Settings. Move
the slider to the Never Notify position, and then click OK. After UAC
is turned off, log in again.
If the installation failed, open Internet Option in IE before login.
Click the Security tab, click Trusted sites, and then click Sites to add
the website. If you use Windows 7, you need to save the setup.exe
to your PC first, and then right-click the file, select Run as
administrator, and then install it according to instructions.
Adjust the Display
Enter the live view page, and then click the Zoom and Focus buttons to
get clear image.
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