Package Contents Installation QUICK GUIDE

Package Contents Installation QUICK GUIDE
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 Package Contents
 Installation
Before starting to set up your camera, please make sure
items below are in your box:
Note: The three screws aren’t designed to be removed
from the housing.
 Standard package:
Step 2: Attach the supplied installation sticker to your
desired installation location.
QUICK GUIDE
Camera
Step 3: Locate the three deepest holes on the base. (See
Pic 1.) They are where the three supplied screws
belong.
Quick Guide
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Screws, Wall
Plugs,
Rubber
Rings (×3)
Wrench
Pic 1
On the sticker, make holes where the three screws
and the cables are supposed to penetrate. However,
if the cables won't go through the surface, you don’t
need to make the hole for them in advance.
Next, align the camera with the sticker, putting the
three screws through the holes, as well as the
cables—if necessary. Then, tighten the screws.
 Optional accessories:
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Step 1: Uncover the dome camera by loosening the three
screws on the housing with the supplied wrench.
Desiccants
(×2)
metal rings
(×3)
Note: Put the screws through both the rubber rings and
metal rings (optional), then into the holes. (See
Pic 2.) To be on the safe side, it is recommended
that you be assisted with installation, considering
the camera is heavy.
Pic 2
 Installation (Continued)
Step 4: The lens can be adjusted in three ways:
a. Loosen the four screws on the plate, along with which you, in
turn, can pan the camera.
b. Tilt the lens after loosening the two screws on either side of
the lens.
Pan
c. Remove the protective case by loosening the two screws on it
before rotating the lens from behind.
Tilt
(TURN BACK TO CONTINUE)
Rotate
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 Installation (Continued)
Step 5: Be sure to replace the original desiccant(s) with the new ones. Use
provided double-sided tape to stick the desiccants in place as
illustrated below. Keep them inward enough for the housing to close
nicely. The new desiccants must not be exposed to air for over 30
seconds.
Note: Both the two new desiccants are to be put in the camera to
remove excessive humidity and ensure the camera works well.
 Focusing the Camera
If you need to adjust the focus, the picture below
shows you how:
 Inserting MicroSD Card
The data originally saved in the microSD card (if any) will be removed
after inserting it to the camera.
The camera doesn’t support hot-swapping. Please insert or remove
the microSD card with power disconnected.
Please follow the directions in the below graphic to insert MicroSD card
properly:
Step 6: Then, clear the lens of fingerprints and replace the housing before
tightening the screws on it.
Step 7: Power up the camera.
 Camera Configuration
For advanced configuration of your camera, please be sure you have
connected your camera to NVR as shown below:
Step1: Connect PC to the HUB connected to your camera(s) with RJ45 network cable.
Step2: Search available devices with “IPScan.exe”; to download “IPScan.exe”, please visit
www.surveillance-download.com/user/IPscan.zip
Step3: After searching, set your PC in the same network segment as the specific camera you want to access, such as
“192.168.30.xxx” (xxx could be 0~255) in our example
Step4: Note down the IP address and port number of the camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.1” and “88” in our
example.
Step5: Open Internet Explorer on the PC, and enter the IP address and port number in the URL column to access the
camera. The format is http://ipaddress:portnum, such as http://192.168.30.1:88 in our example.
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 PACKAGE CONTENTS
 Camera Overview
Type 1
Type 2
Before starting to set up your camera, please make sure items below are in your
box:
 Standard package:
QUICK GUIDE
or
Side View (depending on the model you use )
Camera
Quick Guide
A
 Optional accessories:
B
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Screws & Wall Plugs
C
Wrench
 INSTALLATION
Type 1
Type 2
Step 1: Separate the dome cover from
Step 1: Separate the dome cover from the camera.
the camera.
Squeeze two sides of the dome cover as located and indicated below, and
Step 2: Make sure the screw holes on the
move it upward to remove.
plate are aligned with the holes
Step 2: Place the camera to where you want to install, on the ceiling or wall, and
on the camera base. If not,
mark the points for screws.
slightly loosen the two screws on
the plate and rotate it.
Step 3: (Optional) When the cable is arranged to walk along the wall, find and cut
as indicated below to let the cable out.
Step 4: Fix the camera to the ceiling or wall with the supplied screws.
Step 3: Mark the locations of the two screw holes on the ceiling or wall, and drill a hole for each on the ceiling or wall. The distance between
Step 5: Connect your camera to power.
your camera and the location you want to monitor should be 3 ~ 4 meters.
Step 4: Fix the camera to the ceiling or wall with the supplied screws.
Step 5: Connect your camera to power.
Step 6: Pan, tilt and rotate the lens itself to adjust the position and viewing angle of the camera, and fasten the two screws on the plate to fix.
Note: You don’t need to manually pan the type with motorized pan.
Step 7: Replace the dome cover back to the camera.
Note: Please wipe the inner part of the dome cover against the lens for clear images.
(TURN BACK TO CONTINUE)
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 INSTALLATION (Continued)
Type 2 (Continued)
Step 6: Pan, tilt and rotate the lens to adjust the
position and viewing angle.
 Insert MicroSD Card (For selected models)
The data originally saved in the microSD card (if any) will be removed after inserting it to the camera.
The camera doesn’t support hot-swapping. Please insert or remove the microSD card with power disconnected.
Please follow the directions in the below graphic to insert microSD card properly:
To rotate the lens, it’s recommended to
use the supplied wrench by inserting it
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
to any of the three holes on the lens.
Note: The rotation angle of the lens is not 360°.
When rotating the lens, do not force
the lens to rotate when you feel
resistance. Also, please leave the focal
length the way it is. The default is
already the optimum.
Step 7: Replace the dome cover back.
Note: Please wipe the inner part of the dome
cover against the lens for clear images.
Step 8: Fasten the cover screws as indicated
below.
 CAMERA CONFIGURATION
For advanced configuration of your camera, please be sure you have connected your camera to
NVR as shown below:
Step 1: Connect PC to the HUB connected to your camera(s) with RJ45 network cable.
Step 2: Search available devices with “IPScan.exe”; to download “IPScan.exe”, please visit www.surveillance-download.com/user/IPscan.zip
Step 3: After searching, set your PC in the same network segment as the specific camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.xxx” (xxx could be 0~255) in our
example
Step 4: Note down the IP address and port number of the camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.1” and “88” in our example.
Step 5: Open Internet Explorer on the PC, and enter the IP address and port number in the URL column to access the camera. The format is
http://ipaddress:portnum, such as http://192.168.30.1:88 in our example.
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 Package Content
 Cable Overview
Before starting to set up your camera, please make sure items below in your box:
Below is an overview of various cables that can be used with the camera. Besides,
it is followed by a table, which offers simple descriptions of cable connection.
Line-in (blue)**
 Standard package:
Line-out (green)**
RJ45 network cable
QUICK GUIDE
Type 1
Alarm-in**
GND
RESET
GND**
Alarm-out**
or Type 2
Camera
Power cable
Quick Guide
Cable
CD
 Optional accessories (For Type 1 only):
Please read instructions thoroughly before operation and retain it for future
Screws & Wall Plugs x 3
reference. Online manual download:
Wrench
Description
Power cable
DC12V power supply.
RJ45 network cable*
Connect it to a RJ45 cable.
GND
Ground wire
Alarm-in**
Reserved for external alarm device connection
Alarm-out**
Reserved for external alarm device connection
RESET
Remove the insulating coating of wire, and twist it with a ground
wire together to reset default camera
Line-in*
Colored as blue, used to connect to a microphone for audio input.
Line-out*
Colored as green, used to connect to a speaker for audio output.
* For PoE (IEEE802.3af) installation, make sure your network cable has the maximum cable
resistance of 20Ω, such as CAT.5e or CAT.6 cables, to conform to the standard of IEEE802.3af.
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** For Type 1 only
 Installation
Type 1
Type 2
Step 1: Uncover the dome camera by loosening the screws on the housing with the supplied wrench.
Step1: Remove the camera base as shown in Figure 1, and disassemble the camera to four parts as shown in Figure 2.
Step 2: Locate the three holes as illustrated in the right picture. They are where the three supplied screws belong.
Rotate anti-clockwise
Remove
Camera lens
Figure 1
Step 3: Mark the locations of the three screw holes on the ceiling or the wall, and drill a hole for each on the
ceiling or the wall.
Step 4: Screw the camera in place.
Step 5: Power up your camera.
Base
Part 1
Part 2
Figure 2
Step2: Locate where you want to install this camera (wall or ceiling), and drill holes on the wall or ceiling for securing
the bracket and routing the cables (if necessary).
Step3: Attach the bracket to the wall (or ceiling), and make sure the cables are routed and arranged properly in the
bracket, as shown in Figure 3.
Step4: Secure the bracket to the wall (or ceiling), as shown in Figure 4.
Attach to wall (or ceiling)
Step 6: Check the viewing angle on the PC.
Step 7: Adjust the position and the viewing angle of the camera, if necessary.
Step 8: Replace the dome cover and have the three screws on it tightened.
Note: For clear images, please clear of fingerprints the inner part of the dome cover against the lens.
Cable routing
Where to look
Figure 3
Figure 4
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 Installation (Continued)
Type 2
 Focus Adjustment
(For Type 1 only)
 Insert MicroSD Card (For Type 1 only)
If you need to adjust the focus, the picture below shows you how:
Step5: Slightly adjust the camera lens to where it’s supposed to
face, and replace Part 1 and Part 2 back, as shown in
Figure 5 and Figure 6.
Lens
Step6: Hold the camera lens and Part 1, and rotate only Part 2
clockwise, as shown in Figure 6.
The data originally saved in the micro SD card (if any) will be removed
after inserting it to the camera.
The camera doesn’t support hot-swapping. Please insert or remove the
micro SD card with power disconnected.
Please follow the directions in the below graphic to insert Micro SD card
properly:
Figure 5
Part 1
for adjusting focus
for adjusting focal length
Note: Remove the cover to focus the camera.
Figure 6
Part 2
Note: It’s recommended to use a pair of tweezers for inserting / removing
Micro SD card.
Hold camera & Part 1, and
rotate only Part 2 clockwise
Step7: Power on your camera, and check the viewing angle on
the PC.
Step8: Adjust the position and the viewing angle of the camera, if
necessary.
 Camera Configuration
For advanced configuration of your camera, please be sure you have
connected your camera to NVR as shown in “HD System
Connection”.
Note: It’s recommended to connect the camera to the same brand’s NVR to get
the best performance. To use the camera individually, please refer to the
camera’s operation guide supplied in the CD to know how to configure this
Step1: Connect PC to the HUB connected to your camera(s) with RJ45 network cable.
Step2: Search available devices with “IPScan.exe”; to download “IPScan.exe”, please browse the supplied CD, or visit
www.surveillance-download.com/user/IPscan.zip
Step3: After searching, set your PC in the same network segment as the specific camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.xxx” (xxx could be 0~255)
in our example
camera solely.
Step4: Note down the IP address and port number of the camera you want to access, such as “192.168.30.1” and “88” in our example.
Step5: Open Internet Explorer on the PC, and enter the IP address and port number in the URL column to access the camera. The format is
http://ipaddress:portnum, such as http://192.168.30.1:88 in our example.
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