IDC-767IR Outdoor Megapixel Night-Vision Network Dome Camera Hardware Installation Guide Package Contents Dome Camera Quick Installation Guide Software CD Mounting Bracket Power Adaptor IDC-767IR Outdoor Megapixel Night-Vision Network Dome Camera Brief product information and quick installation IP Surveillance Software Intelligent IP Installer User Manuals Language Packs Three plastic anchors and screws, Alignment sticker, 4pin I/O connector 12V DC, max 9W Hardware Description Conduit hole Cover screw hole Dome glass Plug Cable gland Terminal block connector (digital input / output) Analog video output IR LEDs MicroSD / SDHC memory card slot Power connector (12 V DC) Power Indicator LED RJ45 Network Connector PAL / NTSC video out mode selector Cable gland Claw Factory reset Thread-lock sealing nut LED Indicators LED Network Power SD Card Color Indication Green On = Network link Orange Flashing = Network activity Red Steady red for booting up process Blue Turns blue upon completion of start-up Purple Flashing during firmware upgrading Unlit Off when press reset button is pressed Orange Steady orange means SD card is ready Flashing when SD card is being accessed Factory Reset Reset: With the camera turned on, press the reset button briefly to reboot the camera, or hold the reset button for 10 seconds to set all settings back to factory default values. Digital In-/Ouput & 12 V DC Power Input Hardware Installation a. Install the hardware 1. Connect the adaptor to the supplied 2pin I/O terminal block which shows positive and negative polarity on it. Please make sure the marked red wire should connect with the positive polarity or device won’t work. If you are going to use a PoE injector as the power source, then you won’t need to perform this step. 2. Loosen the tamper-proof screws using supplied special hex wrench and remove the dome cover from the rugged dome. Be careful do not scratch the cover glass. 3. Disassemble the cable gland. 4. Thread the network and I/O cable (power/digital input and digital output) through thread-lock sealing nut, claw (using the claw to round all cable) and cable gland. To seal all cable in the claw part tightly in case of water leaking. 5. Attach the cable gland to the conduit hole on the side or bottom of the rugged dome. Push the claw into the cable gland and tighten threadlock sealing nut to secure the cables. 6. Use the supplied blind plug to fill unused conduit hole. 7. Use the cable gland is optional. For vandal-proof requirement of the cables, use vandal-proof conduits instead. b. Wall mounting and Ceiling mounting 1. Attach the alignment sticker to the wall/ceiling and drill three pilot holes through the three circles on the sticker into the wall. 2. Hammer the supplied plastic anchors into the holes. 3. Align the three holes on the base of the camera with the three plastic anchors on the wall or ceiling, then insert the supplied screws into the corresponding hole and tighten them. b. Connect all cables b1. Power over Ethernet (PoE) 1. Using a standard RJ-45 network cable, connect the dome camera to a IEEE802.3af compliant PoE switch or PoE injector b2. Without Power over Ethernet (PoE) connection 1. Connect the power adaptor to the dome camera 2. Using a standard RJ-45 network cable, connect the camera to a normal Ethernet Switch or Router c. Access the camera Start the IP Installer application to set up the camera. More information can be found in the user manual on the installation CD. d. Adjust the viewing angle Once you have network access to the camera and can see the live image, you can proceed with adjusting the camera. d1. Turn the lens module right and left to your desired pan position. d2. Turn the lens module up and down to your desire tilt position. d3. Rotate the lens module to adjust the image orientation. e. Adjust zoom and focus e1. Loosen the zoom and focus screws anti-clockwise, then adjust the zoom range and focus by moving the lever left or right. Please note that the focus adjustment is quite sensitive. Spending some time on getting it perfect will yield the best possible image quality. e2. Once you are satisfied with the .result you should tighten the screws to lock the levers in place. f. Completion f1. Clean the dome bubble to remove dust and finger prints. f2. Fix the tamper-proof screws using supplied special hex. Be careful do not scratch the cover glass INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS™ offers a complete line of active and passive networking products. Ask your local computer dealer for more information or visit www.intellinet-network.com Copyright © INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS All products mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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