ALI-NZ60 Series Camera System Quick Installation Guide First install the install the ALI-NZ60 base station, install the add-on camera, and then configure the system. Install the ALI-NZ60 Base Station (pg. 1) This guide provides installation instructions for the following products: • • • • • Install the ALI-NZ60 Base Station pg. 1 Name Camera Type ALI-NZ6012M Add-on Camera Installation pg. 2 ALI-NZ60 Base Station for ALI-NZ60 Series Mini IP Security Cameras -- ALI-NZ6022M Add-on Camera Installation pg. 3 ALI-NZ6012M Add-on 2.1 Megapixel 1080p WDR Pinhole Tube Mini IP Security Camera 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Pinhole Tube Camera ALI-NZ6032M Add-on Camera Installation pg. 3 Add-on 2.1 Megapixel 1080p WDR Right Angle Pinhole Mini IP Security Camera 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Right Angle Pinhole Camera ALI-NZ6042HS Add-on Camera Installation pg. 4 ALI-NZ6022M Configure the System pg. 5 ALI-NZ6032M Add-on 2.1 Megapixel 1080p WDR Wide Angle Tube Mini IP Security Camera 1080P WDR 2.8 mm Wide Angle Tube Camera Specifications pg. 5 ALI-NZ6042HS Add-on IP Height Strip Camera 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Right Angle Pinhole Camera 1/2.7” Progressive Scan CMOS Up to 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps for real-time output IR cut filter with auto switch Rotate mode, BLC, Defog and 120 dB WDR are supported 12 Vdc power supply or PoE supported Built-in micro SD / SDHC / SDXC card slot, up to 128GB capacity (card not included) Support for HLC, Defog • Configure the System (pg. 5) Product SKU The ALI-NZ60 series camera system features: • Install your Add-on camera ALI-NZ60 Base Station Status LEDs Right Angle Pinhole Camera Assembly Install the ALI-NZ60 Base Station The ALI-NZ60 module can be anchored to a surface or set on a table or shelf. Ensure that it is positioned where it can be reached by the cable attached to the camera head. The module should be installed in a clean, low-dust location that is within the temperature and humidity specifications of the device. See the Specifications section at the end of this document. ALI-NZ60 Base Station includes the following: • • • • ALI-NZ60 Base Station module Base Station mounting bracket Rail bracket Mounting hardware Rail bracket Back panel Mounting hardware ALI-NZ60 Base Station module with Right Angle Pinhole Camera Base Station Mounting Bracket Pinhole Tube Camera head (left, cable not shown) and Wide Angle Tube Camera (right) For more information, refer to these documents available from your product vendor: • • ALIBI™ Tools Utility Installation and User Manual ALIBI™ IP Camera Firmware Version 5.3 (or later) User Manual To install the ALI-NZ60 camera system: ALI-NZ60 Base Station front panel: LAN / power / alarm connections RESET button: To reset the device to the factory default settings, press and hold in the button while you power on the base station for 10 seconds. Brackets and hardware is provided to mount the camera assembly flat on a surface, on a surface using the tilt-mount bracket, or behind a surface (concealed) with camera visibility through a peep hole. The ALI-NZ60 Base Station module can be secured to a surface, or supported by a hanger (hanger not provided). • • • • Make sure the device in the package is in good condition and all the assembly parts are included. Check the products specification for the installation environment. If the product does not function properly, please contact your provider. Do not disassemble the camera for repair or maintenance by yourself. Make sure that the mounting surface is strong enough to support at least three times the weight of the camera or base station. ALI-NZ60 Base Station back panel: camera / audio drop cable connectors , microSD card slot To install the base station: 1. 1 www.observint.com Anchor the module on a surface: ALI-NZ60xx_CQ 170720 a. Attach the ALI-NZ60 module mounting bracket to the back of the module using the four screws provided. The release tab should be down. See the drawing below. ALI-NP60 module Mounting bracket 7. If the device is NOT powered through the network cable (PoE), plug a 12 Vdc power source into the DC 12V connector on the front of the NZ60 module. Use a power source that is adequate for the device. Check the Specifications section of this document for current/power requirements. 8. Check the STATUS LEDs on the face of the controller. Verify that: POWER LED is solid red (normal when power is applied). STATUS LED is solid green (the device is working normally). If this LED is flashing, the SD card may not be recognized. NETWORK LED is flashing amber (network is connected to the device). ALI-NZ6012M Add-on Camera Installation The ALI-NZ6012M add-on camera includes the following: • Tab: pull to release • b. 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Pinhole Tube Camera Round rail mounting bracket Attach the rail bracket to the surface where you want to mount the ALIL-NZ60 module. The mounting hardware provided is adequate for most surfaces. If mounting the bracket onto a vertical surface, mount the rail bracket horizontally. Round rail mounting bracket ALI-NP60 module with mounting bracket The AL-NZ6012M camera is used for concealed mounting only. To mounting the camera behind a surface: Rail bracket c. 2. Drill a hole in the mounting surface for the camera lens. The hole should be large enough to not obstruct the full view of the camera. Suggested hole sizes are shown below for different wall thicknesses. Camera (View angle) Plug the camera head cable into the VIN1 jack on the NZ60 module (RJ12 connector). 3. Insert a microSD card into the SD card slot near the VIN1 jack. Push the card in until it locks into place. The microSD card can range in size up to 128GB. NOTE: If a microSD card is not used, the device will not retain log information or recordings in the NZ60 module. However, log information and recordings may be saved in a network recorder configured to manage the camera. ALI-NZ6012M (65˚) 3. Lens set back distance from wall surface (in) Hole size (min. diameter in) Drill (in) 0.25 .319 3/8 (0.375) 0.5 .637 11/16 (0.688) 0.75 .956 1.00.(1.00) Remove the covering of the adhesive tape on the bracket, and then press the bracket onto the back of the mounting surface, aligning the hole with the camera lens. See shown in figure below. Connect devices to the termination block as needed. The RS232 terminations are not used. a. Connect an alarm input sensor (not provided) to the IN1 and GND connectors on the termination block. Strip about 1/8” insulation from the wires, then carefully push the bare wire into the connector while holding in the button above the connector. The alarm sensor can be configured for normally open (N.O.) or normally closed (N.C.) contacts. Alarm Out BP G Alarm In b. Round rail mounting bracket Front of mounting surface 4. Install the camera into the round rail mounting bracket. See below. TOP label + Battery - 1 Amp max ALI-NZ6012M Camera censor Connect an alarm output device (not provided) to the 1A and 1B connectors on the termination block. Note that the 1A termination is on the same side of the battery as the Battery + terminal. The internal alarm output circuit can drive up to 1 amp. 5. Plug a microphone and speaker (not provided) into the AUDIO IN and AUDIO OUT connectors on the back of the controller. 6. Plug a network cable into the RJ45 LAN PoE connector on the front of the controller, and then plug the other end of the cable into a router. 2 Determine the best location for the camera. When mounted on a surface, the camera points out perpendicular to the surface. Slide the ALI-NZ60 module mounting bracket sideways onto the rail bracket. 2. 4. 1. www.observint.com 5. Plug the camera cable into the VIN1 connector of the ALI-NZ60 module. © 2016, 2017 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. ALI-NZ6022M Add-on Camera Installation Mounting the camera behind a surface To mount the camera behind a surface: ALI-NZ6022M add-on camera includes the following: • • • • • 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Right Angle Pinhole camera Decorative cover Straight mounting bracket Tilt mounting bracket Foam pads (2) 1. Determine the best location for the camera. Note that when mounted on a surface, the camera points out perpendicular to the surface. 2. Drill a hole in the mounting surface for the camera lens. The hole should be large enough to not obstruct the full view of the camera. Suggested hole sizes are shown below for different wall thicknesses. Decorative cover Straight mounting bracket Camera (View angle) Tilt mount bracket ALI-NZ6022M (65˚) 3. Foam pads (2) Lens set back distance from wall surface (in) Hole size (min. diameter in) Drill (in) 0.5 .637 11/16 (0.688) 0.75 .956 1.00.(1.00) Peal the protective paper off of one side of an adhesive foam strip and then align and apply it to the face of the bracket. See the drawing below. Screw Bracket A bracket and hardware is provided to mount the camera assembly flat on a surface, on a surface using the tilt-mount bracket, or behind a surface (concealed) with camera visibility through a peep hole. The ALINZ60 Base Station module can be secured to a surface, or supported by a hanger (hanger not provided). Hole Mounting the camera on a surface Camera Adhesive foam on surface To mount the camera on a surface: 1. Determine the best location for the camera. Note that when mounted on a surface, the camera points out perpendicular to the surface and has a view angle of 57˚. 2. Attach the camera to the surface with two screws. Depending on the surface, wall inserts may be required. The mounting hardware provided is adequate for most surfaces. 4. Press the camera into the back of the bracket, and then tighten the screw to secure it in place. 5. Peal the protective paper from the front side of the adhesive foam on the bracket, and press the bracket with the camera onto the surface, aligning the camera lens with the center of the hole. 6. Plug the camera cable into the VIN1 connector of the ALI-NZ60 module. ALI-NZ6032M Add-on Camera Installation Camera ALI-NZ6032M add-on camera includes the following: Cover • • 3. Push the cover onto the camera. The cover will snap into place. 4. Route the cable to the location where the ALI-NZ60 Base Station module will be located. 1080P WDR 2.8 mm Wide Angle Tube Camera Tilt mount bracket with sleeve assembly Tilt-mount bracket assembly Mounting the camera on a surface with the tilt-mount bracket Sleeve The tilt mount bracket is used to mount the camera on a vertical (wall) or horizontal (ceiling) surface where tilting the camera provides a better field of view. To use the tilt-mount bracket to mount the camera: 1. Determine the best location for the camera. The camera view angle is 65˚. 2. Attach the tilt-mount bracket to the surface. the hardware provided is adequate for most installations. 3. Attach the camera to the bracket with the two screws provided. 4. Route the camera cable to the ALI-NZ60 module and plug it into the VIN1 connector. 5. After adjusting the camera for the best field of view, tighten the screws on the sides of the tilt-mount bracket, and then attach the cover. 3 www.observint.com Tilt-mount bracket Camera Screw (2) This product also includes a junction box adapter plate for attaching the camera assembly onto a junction box. The ALI-NZ6032M camera sensor is usually mounted to a ceiling with the tilt-mount bracket and sleeve assembly provided. To install the camera: 1. Unscrew the tilt-mount bracket extension from the mounting base, and then lift off the mounting base cover. © 2016, 2017 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. 7. Plug the camera cable into the VIN1 connector of the ALI-NZ60 module. ALI-NZ6042HS Add-on Camera Installation Tilt-mount bracket extension ALI-NZ6042HS add-on camera includes the following: • • • • Mounting base cover 1080P WDR 3.7 mm Right Angle Pinhole camera Upper and lower end caps for height strip Camera mounting bracket Mounting screws Upper, lower end caps Mounting base 2. Height Strip Camera bracket front and back Attach the mounting base securely to the ceiling using two screws as needed. Screws and other hardware items provided are adequate for mounting surfaces, but more appropriate fasteners may be required. Right Angle Pinhole camera Mounting base 3. Position the mounting base cover over the base, and then reattach the tilt-mount bracket extension. To install this camera: 1. Install the camera in the back of the camera bracket as shown below. The camera will snap into place. Route the camera drop cable through the cable channel. Cable channel 4. Attach the sleeve to the camera sensor as shown in the drawing below. Install the screw (provided) to secure the camera to the sleeve. The TOP label on the camera must be up. ALI-NZ6032M camera sensor Sleeve 2. Measuring guide 3. TOP (label) Slide the plastic measuring guide out of the Height Strip. Anchor the Height Strip frame vertically at the preferred location. The mark inside the frame should be 6 feet (1.83 m) above the floor. Use two screws, one at the top and one at the bottom. Screws and other hardware items provided are adequate for mounting surfaces, but more appropriate fasteners may be required. Screw (provided) 5. Screw the sleeve with the camera onto the tilt-mount bracket as shown below. Knob Lock nut 6. 4 Holes for routing the camera drop cable through the surface Height strip frame Loosen the knob, and then aim the camera at your surveillance target. Tighten the knob and lock nut to hold the camera in position. www.observint.com © 2016, 2017 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. 4. 5. The camera drop cable can be routed either through the surface using the large holes in the frame, or out through the end caps to be installed at the top or bottom of the frame. If routing the drop cable through the surface, drill a hole through the surface at the upper or lower hole location in the frame. Configure the System Position the camera bracket with the camera onto the raised screw holes in the frame, and then secure it loosely with the screw or thumbscrew provided. Orient the bracket up or down as needed. • ALIBI™ Tools Utility Installation and User Manual ALIBI™ IP Camera Firmware Version 5.3 (or later) User Manual 1. Refer to the ALIBI™ Tools Utility Installation and User Manual to do the following: Place the camera bracket on the raised screw holes in the frame. The bracket can be oriented either up or down. Use the screw or thumbscrew provided to hold the bracket in place. To perform the following steps, refer to the following documents available from your product vendor: • a. Install the Alibi Tools Utility on a computer connected to the same LAN as the device. b. Use the Discover application to find the device on the LAN. c. Reconfigure the device network settings, if necessary. The default administrative username is admin and password is undefined. Create a Strong password for the device, and then continue. 2. 6. Route the camera drop cable to the ALI-NZ60 base station, and then plug it into the VIN1 connector. 7. Adjust the pan angle of the camera as needed. It can point up to ± 15˚ from perpendicular to the wall. NOTE: This adjustment may need to be re-performed after viewing live video from the camera. Adjust the pan direction ± 15 degrees from perpendicular 8. 9. Install the other bracket screw or thumbscrew and then tighten both until snug to hold the camera bracket in position. Install the upper end cap with two screws (provided). If the camera drop cable is routed out the top, remove the knockout for the cable. Screws Knockout for drop cable End cap Use Microsoft Internet Explorer on a computer on the same network as the base station to log into the device. Use the IP address of the device as the URL. The default administrative username is admin and password is undefined. Create a Strong password for the device, and then continue. a. Create a new, strongly secure password for the device. A secure password improves the overall security of the camera system. b. Use the ALIBI™ IP Camera Firmware Version 5.3 User Manual to configure the device as needed. Specifications Camera Image Sensor 1/2.7’’ Progressive Scan CMOS Min. Illumination 0.01 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON) , 0 Lux with IR 0.028 Lux @ (F2.0, AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR Shutter Speed 1/3 s ~ 1/100,000 s Slow Shutter Supported Lens Focal Length and View Angle For ALI-NZ6012M, ALI-NZ6022M, ALI-NZ6042HS: 3.7 mm @ F2.5, angle of view: 65° For ALI-NZ6032M: 2.8 mm@ F2.0, angle of view: 115° Lens Mount M12 Day and Night Electronic WDR 120 dB Digital Noise Reduction 3D DNR Length of Lens Cable 6.6 ft (2 m) Compression Standard Video Compression Main stream: H.264 / MJPEG Sub stream: H.264 / MJPEG Transcoded: H.264 / MJPEG H.264 Type Main Profile / High Profile H.264+ Supported Video Bit Rate 32 Kbps – 16 Mbps Audio Compression G.711 / G.722.1 / G.726 / MP2L2 / PCM Audio Bit Rate 64 Kbps (G.711) / 16 Kbps (G.722.1) / 16 Kbps (G.726) / 32-160 Kbps (MP2L2) Image 10. Reinstall the plastic measuring guide. 11. Install the lower end cap with two screws (provided). If the camera drop cable is routed out the bottom, remove the knockout for the cable. 5 www.observint.com Max. Resolution 1920 × 1080 Main stream 50 Hz: 25 fps (1920×1080, 1280 × 960, 1280 × 720) 60 Hz: 30 fps (1920×1080, 1280 × 960, 1280 × 720) Sub stream 50 Hz: 25 fps (704 × 576, 640 × 480, 352 × 288) 60 Hz: 30 fps (704 × 480, 640 × 480, 352 × 240) Third stream 50 Hz: 25 fps (1920×1080, 1280 × 960, 1280 × 720, 704 × 576, 640 × 480, 352 × 288) 60 Hz: 30 fps (1920×1080, 1280 × 960, 1280 × 720, 704 × 480, 640 × 480, 352 × 240) Image Enhancement BLC (Back Light Compensation) / 3D DNR / Defog Image Setting Saturation, Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness adjustable by client software or web browser Region of Interest (ROI) Supports 4 fixed regions for each stream and dynamic face tracking Day / Night switch Auto / Scheduled / Triggered by Alarm In Picture Overlay LOGO picture can be overlaid on video with 128 × 128 24 bit image in .bmp format Target Cropping Supported © 2016, 2017 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. Audio Environment noise filtering Supported Audio I/O Supported Audio sampling rate 48 kHz maximum Smart feature set Line Crossing Detection Cross a pre-defined virtual line, 1 pre-defined virtual lines supported Intrusion Detection Enter and loiter in a pre-defined virtual region, 1 pre-defined virtual regions supported Exception Detection Scene change detection, audio exception detection, defocus detection Recognition Face detection recognition Network Network Storage Support Micro SD / SDHC / SDXC card up to 128GB for local storage and NAS (NFS, SMB/CIFS), ANR Alarm Trigger Motion detection, video tampering alarm, network disconnected, IP address conflicted, illegal login, HDD full, HDD error Protocols TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP, SMTP, SNMP, IGMP, 802.1X, QoS, IPv6, Bonjour Standard ONVIF (PROFILE S, PROFILE G), PSIA, CGI, ISAPI General One-key reset, anti-flicker, heartbeat, password protection, privacy mask, watermark, IP address filter Interface Communication 1 × RJ45 10M/100M Ethernet interface Audio Interface 1-ch 3.5 mm audio in (Mic in/Line in)/out interface Alarm 1-ch alarm input, 1-ch alarm output (up to 24 Vdc 1A or 110 Vac 500 mA) On-board storage Built-in Micro SD / SDHC / SDXC slot, up to 128 GB Reset button Yes General 6 Working temperature and humidity -22 °F ~ 140 °F (-30 °C ~ 60 °C) Humidity 95% or less (non-condensing) Power Supply 12 Vdc ± 10% / PoE (802.3af) Power Consumption Max. 6.5 W Dimensions ALI-NZ60 Base station: 3.07" × 4.13" × 1.26" (78 × 105 × 32 mm) Height strip bracket: 2.39" × 1.5" × 34.80" (60.6 × 38.2 × 883.8 mm) Net Weight Main body: 210 g Cylindrical lens: 113 g L-shaped lens: 99 g) Tube lens: 129 g Height strip bracket: 2.06 lb (934 g) www.observint.com © 2016, 2017 Observint Technologies. 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