User Manual
HD320
Night Vision HD Indoor/Outdoor IP
Mini Dome Camera
User Manual
HD320: Night Vision HD Indoor/Outdoor IP Dome Camera
2.
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3.
Attachments / Accessories
Do not use attachments or accessories unless recommended
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damage product and void warranty.
4.
Installation
Do not place or mount this product in or on an unstable or
improperly supported location. Improperly installed product
may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and damage
to the product. Use only with a mounting device recommended
by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. To insure proper
mounting, follow the manufacturer's instructions and use only
mounting accessories recommended by manufacturer.
5.
Power source
This product should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the marking label.
Operations Manual
Manual Edition 35156AA – August 2016
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AVERTX
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1.
Read Instructions
Read all of the safety and operating instructions before using
the product.
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Precautions
REGULATION
Operating
•
Before using, make sure power supply and others are properly
connected.
•
While operating, if any abnormal condition or malfunction is
observed, stop using the camera immediately and then contact
AvertX Customer Support.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this
product shall not be treated as household waste in accordance with
Directive 2002/96/EC. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
By proper waste handling of this product you ensure that it has no
negative consequences for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused if this product is thrown into the garbage bin.
The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources.
Handling
•
Do not disassemble or tamper with parts inside the camera.
•
Do not drop or subject the camera to shock and vibration as
this can damage camera.
•
Care must be taken when you clean the clear lens cover.
Scratches and dust will ruin the image quality of your camera.
Do not use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the
camera body. Use a dry cloth to clean the camera when it is
dirty. In case the dirt is hard to remove, use a mild detergent
and wipe the camera gently.
For more details information about recycling of this product, please
contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
Compliance is evidenced by written declaration from our suppliers,
assuring that any potential trace contamination levels of restricted
substances are below the maximum level set by EU Directive
2002/95/EC, or are exempted due to their application.
Installation and Storage
•
Do not install the camera in areas of extreme temperatures in
excess of the allowable range. (-35°F~ 122°F / -37°C ~ 50°C)
•
Avoid installing in humid or dusty places. The relative humidity
must be below 90%.
•
Avoid installing in places where radiation is present.
•
Avoid installing in places where there are strong magnetic
fields and electric signals.
•
Avoid installing in places where the camera would be subject
to strong vibrations.
•
Never face the camera toward the sun. Do not aim at bright
objects. Whether the camera is in use or not, never aim it at
the sun or other extremely bright objects. Otherwise the
camera may be damaged.
WARNING
DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE
ENCLOSURE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.
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CAUTION
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Overview .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Camera Default Settings ................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Product Features ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
ONE: GETTING STARTED ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Box Contents .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Camera Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Camera Diagram ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Dimensions...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Connections .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Weather Resistant Cable Connector ........................................................................................................................................................ 12
TWO: CONNECTING..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Bench test............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
AvertX Camera Finder ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Finding IP Cameras.................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Accessing the Camera ............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Changing the IP Address ......................................................................................................................................................................... 13
THREE: SETUP AND CONFIGURATION ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Installing the camera .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Ceiling and Wall Installation ............................................................................................................................................................................ 14
Tilt and Rotation Adjustment .................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Consideration for Wall Installations .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Considerations for Infrared (IR) Lights ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
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MicroSD Card .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Focusing the Camera Lens ............................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Cleaning the Dome .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
To clean the dome:................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Connecting to the Camera ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Connecting in a Web Browser ......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Default Username and Password ............................................................................................................................................................. 17
Administrator/User Privileges .......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Connecting a Stream ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Preparation ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Logging Into the Web Interface............................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Introduction to the Web Interface............................................................................................................................................................................ 18
Initial Configuration ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
FOUR: CONFIGURING SETTINGS............................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Network Configuration ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 20
TCP/IP ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
IPv4 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Port .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 21
DDNS .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
FTP ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
E-Mail .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Port Mapping ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Video Configuration ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 24
Video Configuration ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Configuring Capture ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 24
Image Configuration ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Image Enhancement ................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
Exposure .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
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Smart Illumination..................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
White Balance .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Defog........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 29
OSD Settings................................................................................................................................................................................................... 30
Privacy Mask ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Alarm Configuration ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 32
Configuring Motion Detection Alarm ................................................................................................................................................................ 32
Configuring Tampering Alarm.......................................................................................................................................................................... 34
Memory Card Storage ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
Manual storage................................................................................................................................................................................................ 35
Downloading recorded video from SD Card ........................................................................................................................................................... 36
Record Download ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 36
Security .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 37
User Management ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Setting Secure Data Transmission .................................................................................................................................................................. 37
HTTPS ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
APR Binding ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Hide Vendor Information.................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Video Watermark ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
System ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
Setting the System Time ................................................................................................................................................................................. 38
Viewing Device Status ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Upgrading the Device ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Restarting the System ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
Importing and Exporting System Configuration File ........................................................................................................................................ 40
FIVE: LIVE VIEW ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
Live View Toolbar ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
APPENDIX A GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 42
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APPENDIX B FAQ ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 43
APPENDIX C: SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 44
Camera Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 44
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INTRODUCTION
Product Features
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Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor
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4MP Resolution
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Integrated Heater
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H.264 Encoding
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Dual Streaming
The HD320 is a high power, rugged outdoor IP dome camera. This
camera comes equipped with a 4MP 3.6mm lens that provides crisp and
clear images.
•
Multi-Language Support
•
Tampering Alarm
The HD320 also features Spectrum Vision WDR and True Day/Night for
improved low light performance, and adaptive (smart) IR technology to
prevent overexposure of objects close to the camera.
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Spectrum Vision Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
•
Motion Detection
This camera holds an IP66 rating and is functional down to -35°F
making it a perfect camera for extreme weather installations. In addition,
this camera has an IK10 vandal rating and it can be fully powered over
PoE, eliminating the need for additional cabling and giving you peace of
mind in any installation location.
•
Privacy Masks
•
Smart Picture Quality / 3D Noise Reduction
•
Network Failure Detection
•
True Day/Night (ICR)
•
IR LED Module (working distance up to 100’)
•
Weatherproof (IP66 Outdoor Rated)
•
ONVIF Support
OVERVIEW
Camera Default Settings
IP Address
192.168.0.250
Username
admin
Password
1234
Management Port
80
Streaming Port
(RTSP)
554
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ONE: GETTING
STARTED
CAMERA OVERVIEW
BOX CONTENTS
Camera Diagram
Before installing or connecting the Dome camera, please refer to this
section and complete preparations for camera setup and all switch
settings.
Before proceeding, please check that the box contains the items listed
here. If any item is missing or has defects, DO NOT install or operate
the product and contact your dealer for assistance.
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1
HD320 Camera
Self Tapping
Mounting Screws
Plastic Anchors
(includes extra)
2
Quick Start Guide
IP66 Cable
Connector
Security Torx Tool
1
Reset button
Restore camera settings to default
settings. Requires a pin, or paperclip to
press button
2
Lens
To adjust angle, see Tilt and Rotation
Adjustment.
3
MicroSD Slot
Insert MicroSD card for backup
recording
4
IR Lights
Holds IR LED lights and light sensor.
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Dimensions
Diameter – 4.28” (108.5 mm)
Height – 3.2” (81 mm)
Side View:
Connections
The HD320 cameras use Power over Ethernet (PoE). The only
connection on the camera is the RJ45 Ethernet dongle located on the
rear of the camera. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the
dongle, and connect the other end to the recorder, or to a PoE switch.
•
Protect the network cable connection from water damage by
running the cord inside a wall or ceiling, or through conduit.
•
If passing the cord through a wall or ceiling, drill a 3/4” hole.
•
For outdoor installations, seal any holes in the wall or ceiling with
silicone caulk to protect against water intrusion.
AvertX recommends using Category 5 Ethernet cable to connect the
camera to your network. For the best transmission quality, the cable
length should not exceed 328 feet (100 meters).
Bottom View:
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Weather Resistant Cable Connector
This camera features an IP66-rated weather resistant connector. For
unprotected outdoor connections, screw the connector on the included
Ethernet camera cable onto the camera dongle. If your installation
location does not require a water resistant connection, loosen and slide
the connector back on the cable until it’s out of the way.
This camera features an IP66-rated waterproof cable connector for
unprotected outdoor connections. You do not need to re-terminate
the cable to use the waterproof cable connector.
To Install the weather resistant cable connector, follow these steps:
1.
Slide all pieces of the waterproof cable connector over the cable
plug in this order:
•
Thread Lock Cap
•
Flexible silicone seal ring. You will need to stretch the silicone
seal over the RJ-45 plug.
TIP:
Insert the flexible silicone seal ring onto the tip of a pair of
needle nose pliers and stretch the seal over the RJ45 plug
Included Pieces:
•
Thread Lock Cap
RJ45 Enclosure
Silicone Seal Ring
Small Silicone “O”
Ring
RJ45 Enclosure
2.
Stretch the small silicone “O” ring onto the camera dongle
3.
Connect the camera cable to the plug on the dongle. Screw the
RJ45 Enclosure into the dongle.
4.
Insert the flexible silicone seal into the “crown” section of the large
plastic ring
5.
Screw the small plastic ring into the large plastic ring
TIP:
To remove the RJ45 enclosure from the camera cable,
tape down the locking tab on the RJ45 plug with electrical
or office tape.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to disconnect the camera connection
without loosening the smaller thread lock cap. Do not force.
Forcing the assembly will break the camera dongle and will
void camera warranty.
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TWO: CONNECTING
BENCH TEST
AvertX recommends that you perform a bench test of your camera
before installation. This will confirm that your camera is functioning
correctly and familiarize yourself with the functions before it is installed
and possibly out of reach.
To bench test your camera, attach the camera network connector to
your recorder and test whether or not the camera is functioning
correctly. Once the camera is connected to the recorder, test all
functions (especially Auto Focus, Zoom, IR Night Vision) to ensure
proper operation.
If the camera will not connect or is not functioning correctly, do not
install and contact AvertX Support.
AvertX Camera Finder
The Camera Finder application is available to download at avertx.com.
Finding IP Cameras
1.
Open the folder where you downloaded Camera Finder.
2.
Click Camera Finder.
3.
Click Device Search on the Device Search window.
4.
If a Windows Security Alert window opens, click Unblock to allow
the IP utility to access your network.
5.
Click Device Search again to find all connected IP devices.
Note
If you cannot connect to the camera you may need to change
the camera’s IP address to match your network settings.
Accessing the Camera
You can view live video and access the camera configuration by
accessing the camera in an internet browser.
1.
Right-click the desired network device and select Browse.
2.
Type the default username and password in the login window to
access the video server using your internet browser.
Changing the IP Address
If you are not directly connecting to an AvertX HDIP recorder, you must
manually change the IP address. Change the IP address to a number in
the same subnet as your existing network or to the recommended
network settings for your network.
1.
Right-click the desired network device and then click Network
Setup.
2.
Select the Static IP option.
3.
Enter the new IP Address, Gateway, Netmask, and DNS for
camera.
The Mighty Squirrel Contr oller
Tip The default IP address of your IP camera is 192.168.0.250
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THREE: SETUP AND
CONFIGURATION
INSTALLING THE CAMERA
Note:
Before installing this camera, please refer to the Quick Start
Guide included in the camera box.
4.
If mounting the camera onto other surfaces such as fiber glass,
fiber concrete siding, etc., use the appropriate anchor suitable for
the density and thickness of the surface and only the screws
provided.
5.
Remove the camera dome cover by removing dome screws and
lifting.
6.
Use the included mounting template to pre-drill holes for the
mounting screws and, if passing the cable through the ceiling or
wall, drill a ¾” hole for the camera cable connector.
7.
Connect an Ethernet cable to the dongle on the camera.
The camera can be installed directly onto the wall or ceiling. Be sure
that the structure is strong enough to support the camera.
Ceiling and Wall Installation
CAUTION: Using other screws or modifying the camera may allow
water intrusion and void the warranty.
DO NOT DRILL HOLES OR ATTEMPT TO ENLARGE THE
MOUNTING HOLES IN THE BASE OF THE CAMERA.
•
Protect the network cable connection from water damage by
running the cord inside a wall or ceiling, or through conduit
•
For outdoor installations, seal any holes in the wall or ceiling
with silicone caulk to protect against water intrusion.
8.
Affix the base of the camera to the wall with the included selftapping screws and wall anchors. Do not over tighten the mounting
screws. Over tightening the screw could compromise the seal.
9.
Loosen adjustment screw and adjust the camera to the desired
angle.
10. Replace the dome cover. For proper dome alignment and seal,
alternate tightening screws Do not over tighten.
Dome cameras are ideal for installation on a ceiling or soffit location. If
you are installing the camera on a wall without a bracket, see
Consideration for Wall Installations.
1.
If mounting on a concrete surface, use the included nylon anchors
for mounting and the provided screws. Using the mounting
template, drill a ¼” hole with a masonry bit and insert the nylon
anchors. Do not use concrete screws or other screws as they
may damage the camera base, allowing water to potentially
enter the camera and void your warranty.
2.
If mounting the camera onto dry wall, plaster board, sheet rock
or similar surfaces, drill a ¼” hole for the nylon anchors included in
the hardware packet and use only the screws provided.
3.
If mounting the camera onto a wood, OSB, particle board or
metal surface, pre-drill a 1/16” pilot hole and use only the screws
provided.
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Tilt and Rotation Adjustment
Consideration for Wall Installations
The HD320 has a 3-axis gimbal for maximum installation adjustment. To
adjust tilt angle of lens, loosen the tilt adjustment lock screw with a
Phillips screwdriver then move the tilt assembly to the desired position
within the range of motion. Re-tighten screw carefully.
Note
The will only tilt in one direction. If you are having trouble
tilting the camera lens, do not force it. Try removing the
shroud to see which direction the lens will tilt.
Tilt
adjustment
screw
When mounting on a wall, and you choose to turn the camera to point
parallel to the wall surface, you will need to rotate the camera lens for
proper image orientation. The IR lights should be centered directly
above the lens and level to the horizon for proper image orientation.
For optimal mounting flexibility on a wall, we recommend a mounting
bracket. Wall mounts are available for purchase at avertx.com.
Note
The lens will tilt 88° and rotate 355°. The lens will also rotate another
355°. To adjust angle, hold the lens carrier assembly. Do not hold lens
or IR board when adjusting lens.
If the video image is upside down after installation, you can
flip the image 180º. For instructions to rotate the video, see
Video Rotation in this manual or find them at
avertx.com/support.
CAUTION: Do not hold IR board when tilting the lens. Lens will only tilt
88°. Do not force. Forcing the assembly will break the
camera and will void camera warranty.
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Considerations for Infrared (IR) Lights
Environmental factors can limit the performance of night vision using IR
illuminator lights. Infrared light behaves the same as visible light and will
reflect off of bright or shiny objects and overexpose the image. The
camera will adjust to properly expose the bright areas of the image,
which may leave the dark areas obscured.
For best IR Night Vision performance:
Be aware of surfaces that can cause IR light to reflect back into the
camera.
•
Reflective (shiny) or light colored surfaces and objects close to the
camera can reflect IR light back into the camera.
o
•
Remove the reflective (shiny) or light colored surfaces and
objects or reposition the camera away from these objects.
Mounting the camera directly to light colored or shiny soffits (white
aluminum, for example) can reflect IR light back into the camera.
o
Reposition the lens so the IR lights aren’t pointed at the
soffit.
o
Cover the reflecting surfaces with non-reflective surface
(non-reflective tape, dark paint)
o
Mount the camera on a nearby wall using a mounting
bracket.
MicroSD Card
Your camera includes a microSD card slot, which can be used for
emergency video backup. The microSD card is not included. You must
remove the cover of the camera to access the microSD card slot.
For more information, please consult the Memory Card Storage section
in this manual.
Focusing the Camera Lens
The HD320 is pre-focused at the factory and cannot be adjusted by the
end user. If your camera is out of focus, contact AvertX Support.
Cleaning the Dome
The dome of the HD320 is made of hardened polycarbonate. It is
extremely durable, but can be damaged if cleaned improperly.
To clean the dome:
•
To clean dust or loose dirt, use compressed air.
•
To clean smudges or stuck on dirt, use warm water with a few
drops of dish soap (Dawn, Palmolive, etc) and a clean microfiber
cloth.
Screw the dome down completely
•
The foam rubber ring around the lens prevents IR light from
reflecting. It needs to completely seal against the inside of the
dome. When properly sealed against the dome, the ring will appear
darker.
CAUTION: The following products can damage the dome and cause
IR distortion and a reduction in clarity.
•
If surface mounting the cable, remove the cable knockout on the
side of the dome cover. Failure to remove can prevent a complete
seal.
•
Ammonia, alcohol, or other solvents
•
Paper towels, newspaper, or other rough materials
Do not use:
Keep the dome clean
•
See Cleaning the Dome for instructions to clean the dome
Note:
Do not use solvents, paper towels, newspaper, or other rough
materials to clean the dome. This can scratch the dome and
cause IR distortion
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CONNECTING TO THE CAMERA
Connecting in a Web Browser
1.
2.
Connecting a Stream
AvertX IP cameras are optimized for use with AvertX HDIP recorders,
but you can also connect to your AvertX IP cameras using third party
software like VLC media player (http://www.videolan.org).
Type the IP address of the camera in a web browser.
or
Use the Camera Finder software and locate the camera on the IP
Finder list, then double-click the camera to open the Viewer
software in your web browser.
To connect the camera you may need to provide the stream URL. All
AvertX IP cameras are capable of delivering two RTSP streams, as well
as streaming MJPEG over HTTP. The stream URLs are listed below:
rtsp://<ipaddress>:<rtspport>/media/video1
- stream 1
Log in to the camera with the appropriate User Name and
Password.
rtsp://<ipaddress>:<rtspport>/media/video2
- stream 2
Default Username and Password
The username and password are case sensitive. It is strongly
recommended that the password be changed after the initial setup to
prevent unauthorized access.
Username – admin
VLC will ask for the user name and password for your AvertX camera,
use the following administrative credentials:
Username: admin
Password: 1234
PREPARATION
Password – 1234
Administrator/User Privileges
The Administrator account has the authority to configure the IP camera
and authorize users’ access to the camera. The User accounts have
access to the camera with limited authority.
After you have completed the installation in accordance with the quick
guide, connect the camera to power to start it. After the camera is
started, you can access the camera from a PC client installed with a
web browser or the video management software.
Check before login
•
The camera is operating correctly.
•
The network connection between the PC and the camera is
normal.
Add the IP address as a trusted site
Note:
The IP address 192.168.0.250 in this example is the default IP
address. Please replace it with the actual address of your
camera if it has been changed.
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•
LOGGING INTO THE WEB
INTERFACE
The default static IP address of the camera is 192.168.0.250, and the
default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. DHCP is turned on by default. If
a DHCP server is used in the network, the IP address of your camera
may be assigned dynamically, and you need to use the correct IP
address to log in. Use the video management software to view the
dynamic IP address of your camera.
The following takes IE as an example to describe the login procedure.
•
Browse to the login page by entering the correct IP address of
your camera in the address bar.
•
If you log in for the first time, follow system prompts and install
the ActiveX. You need to close your browser to complete the
installation.
Note:
To manually load the ActiveX, type http://IP
address/ActiveX/Setup.exe in the address bar and press
Enter.
•
The default password is used for your first login. To ensure
account security, please change the password after your first
login. You are recommended to set a strong password (no less
than eight characters).
•
The camera protects itself from illegal access by limiting the
number of failed login attempts. If login fails six times
consecutively, the camera locks automatically for ten minutes.
•
Enter the username and password, and then click Login. For
the first login, use the default username: admin and password
1234.
•
If you log in with Live View selected, live video will be
displayed when you are logged in. Otherwise, you need to start
live video manually in the live view window.
•
If you log in with Save Password selected, you do not need to
enter the password each time when you log in. To ensure
security, you are not advised to select Save Password.
To clear the Username and Password text boxes and the
Save Password check box, click Reset.
INTRODUCTION TO THE WEB
INTERFACE
By default the live view window is displayed when you are logged in to
the Web interface. The following shows an example.
INITIAL CONFIGURATION
After you log in to the device, please perform the following initial
configuration.
Item
Description
1. Set the TCP/IP address
for the device.
Reconfigure the device IP and network
parameters based on the actual
networking.
2. Log out and log in again to the Web using the new IP
address.
3. Set the system time.
Set the system time based on the actual
situation.
4.(Optional) Setting the
Set the management server based on the
servers.
actual networking.
5. Set OSD.
Set the information displayed on the
screen as needed, for example, time.
6. (Optional) Manage users. Change the default password and add
common users as needed.
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1
3
You can watch the live video after finishing the initial configuration.
Please configure other parameters as needed.
No.
Description
1
Menu
2
Live view window
3
Live view toolbar
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It is recommended that you change the password when you
are logged in the first time. For details about how to change a
password, see Security.
The parameters that are grayed out cannot be modified. For
the actual settings, see the Web interface.
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FOUR:
CONFIGURING
SETTINGS
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
•
The configurations of DNS (Domain Name System) server
are applicable when the device is accessed by domain name.
IPv4
DHCP
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is enabled by default
when the camera is delivered. If a DHCP server is deployed in the
network, the camera can automatically obtain an IP address from the
DHCP server.
To manually configure DHCP, follow the steps below:
TCP/IP
Modify communication settings such as the IP address for the camera
so that the camera can communicate with other devices.
1.
Click Setup > Network > TCP/IP.
2.
Select DHCP from the IP Obtain Mode drop-down list.
3.
Click Save.
Static Address
1.
Click Setup > Network > TCP/IP.
2.
Select Static IP from the IP Obtain Mode drop-down list.
3.
Enter the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway address.
Make sure that the IP address of the camera is unique in the
network.
4.
Click Save.
If a gatekeeper or firewall is used in the network, Universal Network
Passport (UNP) can be used to interconnect the network, and the UNP
server will assign an IP address to the connected cameras.
1.
Select Enable for UNP Service.
2.
In the UNP Server IP text box, enter an IP address for the UNP
server. Select Yes to enable authentication, and then set the
username and password for UNP authentication.
3.
Click Save.
PPPoE
Note:
After you have changed the IP address, you need to use the
new IP address to log in.
If the camera is connected to the network through Point to Point Over
Ethernet (PPPoE), you need to select PPPoE as the IP obtainment
mode.
1.
Click Setup > Network > TCP/IP.
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2.
Select PPPoE from the IP Obtain Mode drop-down list.
3.
Enter the username and password provided by your internet
Service Provider (ISP).
4.
Click Save.
Port
1.
Click Setup > Network > Port.
2.
Configure relevant port numbers.
3.
Click Save.
Note:
If the entered HTTP port number has been occupied, a
prompt message will be displayed as Port conflicts. Please
try again. 23, 81, 82, 85, 3260 and 49152 are occupied by
default. And other occupied ports will be detected
automatically.
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DDNS
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) is a service that allows a
connection to an IP address using a hostname (URL) address instead of
a numeric IP address. Most Internet Service Providers use Dynamic IP
Addressing that frequently changes the public IP address of your
internet connection; this means that when connecting to the camera
over the internet, you need to know if your IP address has changed.
DDNS automatically redirects traffic to your current IP address when
using the hostname address.
1.
Click Setup > Network > DDNS.
2.
Enable DDNS Service.
3.
Enter DDNS info provided by your DDNS provider.
4.
Click Save.
FTP
After the configuration of FTP, you will be able to upload snapshots from
network cameras to a specified FTP server.
1.
Click Setup > Network > FTP.
2.
Configure the IP address, port number of the FTP server, the
username and password of the upload account, enable Upload
Images and Overwrite Storage, and then set the overwrite image
threshold.
3.
Click Save.
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E-Mail
After the configuration of E-mail, when alarms are triggered, you will be
able to send messages to the specified E-mail address.
3.
Parameter
Description
Attach Image
When enabled, the e-mail will contain 3 instant
snapshots as attachment according to the Capture
Interval.
Click Save.
Port Mapping
1.
Click Setup > Network > Port Mapping.
2.
Enable Port Mapping and select mapping type. If Manual is
selected, then external ports must be configured (external IP is
obtained automatically by the camera). If the configured port is
occupied, then the Status will show Inactive.
3.
Click Save.
The camera can send an e-mail via Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
(SMTP) when a variety of events occur. SMTP is a protocol for sending
e-mail messages between servers. SMTP is a relatively simple, textbased protocol, where one or more recipients of a message are
specified and the message text is transferred. Consult your email
provider to get your SMTP server information.
Three accounts can be configured. Each set includes, Account Name,
Password and E-mail Address settings. For SMTP server, contact your
network service provider for more specific information.
1.
Click Setup > Network > E-mail.
2.
Configure relevant parameters of the sender and the recipient The
following table describes some major parameters.
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VIDEO CONFIGURATION
Video Configuration
You can set video parameters that your camera. You may also enable
sub-stream.
After enabling the sub, modify the parameters as required. The
parameters for the sub and third stream have the same meanings as
that for the main stream.
1.
Click Setup > Video > Video.
2.
Modify the settings as required. The following table describes some
major parameters.
Parameter
Description
Bitrate Type
CBR: Constant Bit Rate, which means that the camera
transmits data at a constant data rate.
Configuring Capture
With the function of capture configured, when an alarm is triggered, the
camera will automatically upload the captured snapshots to the FTP
server or send snapshots the specified email address.
1.
Click Setup > Video > Capture.
2.
Configure relevant parameters.
3.
Click Save.
VBR: Variable Bit Rate, which means that the camera
adjusts the bit rate dynamically according to image
quality.
Frame Rate
Frame rate for encoding images. Unit: FPS (frame per
second).
Note:To ensure image quality the frame rate should not
be greater than the reciprocal of shutter speed.
Image Quality
When Encoding Mode is VBR, you can move the slider
to adjust quality level for images. Moving the slider
toward Bit Rate decreases the bit rate and may affect
image quality. Moving the slider toward Quality
Smoothing
Set the extent of smoothing. Choosing Clear means
disabling Smoothing. Moving the slider toward Smooth
increases the level of smoothing but will affect image
quality.
Note:In a poor network environment, you can enable
smoothing to get more fluent video.
3.
Click Save.
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IMAGE CONFIGURATION
Contrast
Set the degree of difference between the
blackest pixel and the whitest pixel.
Image Enhancement
Note:
You may move the sliders to adjust settings or enter values in
the text boxes directly. Clicking Default will restore all the
default image settings.
1.
Click Setup > Image > Image and then click Image Enhancement.
2.
Use the sliders to change the settings. You may also enter values
directly. The following table describes some major parameters.
Item
Description
Brightness
Set the degree of brightness of images.
Low contrast
Hue
Overall tendency of colors in an image.
Normal hue
Low brightness
Other hue
High brightness
Sharpness
Saturation
High contrast
Set the intensity of color in the image.
Contrast of boundaries of objects in an
image.
Low saturation
Low sharpness
High saturation
2D Noise
Reduction
High sharpness
Reduce the noise of images. The function
may cause image blurring.
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3D Noise
Reduction
Reduce the noise of images. The function
may cause motion blur (or ghosting in some
applications).
Image Rotation
Rotation of the image.
Normal
Flip Vertical
Flip Horizontal
180°
90° Clockwise
•
Exposure
The default settings are used for common scenes. Keep the default
settings unless a particular scene is required.
1.
Click Setup > Image > Image and then click Exposure.
2.
Set the parameters as required. The following table describes some
major parameters.
90° Anti-clockwise
To restore default settings in this area, click Default.
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Parameter
Exposure Mode
Shutter (s)
Description
Metering Control Set the way the camera measures the intensity of
light.
Center-Weighted Average Metering: Measure light
mainly in the central part of images.
Select the correct exposure mode to achieve the
desired exposure effect.
Shutter is used to control the light that comes into the
lens. A fast shutter speed is ideal for scenes in quick
motion. A slow shutter speed is ideal for scenes that
change slowly.
Evaluative Metering: Measure light in the
customized area of images.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Exposure
Mode is not set to Manual.
Day/Night Mode
Note:You can set a shutter speed when Exposure
Mode is set to Manual or Shutter Priority.
If Slow Shutter is set to Off, the reciprocal of the
shutter speed must be greater than the frame rate.
Gain (dB)
Slow Shutter
Day: The camera provides high-quality color images
using the existing light.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Exposure
Mode is set to Manual or Gain Priority.
Input Boolean: The camera switches between day
mode and night mode based on the alarm input.
Improves image brightness in low light conditions.
Day/Night
Sensitivity
Set the slowest shutter speed that the camera can use
during exposure.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Slow
Shutter is set to On.
Compensation
Night: The camera provides high-quality black and
white images using the existing light
Control image signals so that the camera outputs
standard video signals according to the light condition.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Exposure
Mode is not set to Shutter Priority and when Image
Stabilizer is disabled.
Slowest Shutter
Automatic: The camera outputs the optimum images
according to the light condition. In this mode, the
camera can switch between night mode and day
mode automatically.
Adjust the compensation value as required to achieve
the desired effects.
Light threshold for switching between day mode and
night mode. A higher sensitivity means that the
camera is more sensitive to the change of light and
becomes more easily to switch between day mode
and night mode.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Day/Night
Mode is set to Automatic.
Day/Night
Switching(s)
Set the length of time before the camera switches
between day mode and night mode after the
conditions for switching are met.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Day/Night
Mode is set to Automatic.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Exposure
Mode is not set to Manual.
WDR
Enable WDR to distinguish the bright and dark areas
in the same image.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Exposure
Mode is set to Automatic, Indoor 50Hz, Indoor 60Hz
and when Image Stabilizer and Defog is disabled.
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WDR Level
After enabling the WDR function, you can improve
the image by adjusting the WDR level.
Note:Use level 7 or higher when there is a high
contrast between the bright and dark areas of the
scene. In the case of low contrast, it is recommended
to disable WDR or use level 1-6.
3.
To restore the default settings, click Default.
White Balance
White balance is the process of offsetting unnatural color cast in images
under different color temperatures so as to output images that best suit
human eyes.
1.
Click Setup > Image > Image and then click White Balance.
2.
Select a white balance mode as required. The following table
describes some major parameters.
Smart Illumination
1.
Click Setup > Image > Image and then click Smart Illumination.
2.
Select the corresponding lightning type and then configure other
parameters.
Parameter
Description
Control Mode
Global Mode: The camera adjusts IR illumination
and exposure to achieve balanced image effects.
Some areas might be overexposed if you select this
option. This option is recommended if monitored
range and image brightness are your first priority.
Overexposure Restrain: The camera adjusts IR
illumination and exposure to avoid regional
overexposure. Some areas might be dark if you
select this option. This option is recommended if
clarity of the central part of the image and
overexposure control are your first priority.
Description
White Balance
Note: The camera adjusts the red and blue offset
automatically according to the light condition (the color
tends to be blue).
Fine Tune: Allow you to adjust the red and blue offset
manually.
Sodium Lamp: The camera adjusts red and blue offset
automatically according to the light condition (the color
tends to be red).
Outdoor: It is recommended for the outdoor scenes with
a wide range of the color temperature variation
Locked: Lock the current color temperature settings
without adjustment.
Red Offset
Blue Offset
Set the intensity level of the IR light. The greater
the value, the higher the intensity. 0 means that the
IR light is turned off.
Note:You can set this parameter only when Control
Mode is set to Manual.
3.
Select the correct IR control mode and set the parameters. The
following table describes some major parameters.
4.
To restore the default settings, click Default.
Adjust the red offset manually.
Note:You can set this parameter only when White
Balance is set to Fine Tune.
Manual: This mode allows you to manually control
the intensity of IR illumination.
Illumination Level
Adjust the red or blue offset of the image:
Adjust the blue offset manually.
Note: You can set this parameter only when White
Balance is set to Fine Tune.
3.
To restore the default settings, click Default.
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Defog
Use the defog function to adjust the clarity of images captured in fog or
haze conditions.
1.
Click Setup > Image > Image and then click Advanced.
Note:
This function can be configured only when WDR is disabled.
2.
Enable the defog function and then select a level for the scene.
Level 5 achieves the maximum defog effects, and level 1 achieves
the minimum.
3.
To restore the default settings, click Default.
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OSD Settings
On Screen Display (OSD) is the text displayed on the screen with video
images and may include time and other customized contents.
1.
Click Setup > Image > OSD.
You may right-click in the preview window and then choose to view in
full screen mode or at an aspect ratio. You may also double-click the
preview window to enter or exit full screen mode.
To cancel OSD for an area, clear the OSD content in the Overlay OSD
Content column or select None in the Position column.
The following shows an example time OSD.
2.
Select the check box, the content of the OSD and then set the
position to display it.
3.
Position: Click the desired box in the Live View area. After the
cursor shape is changed, click and hold the button to move the box
to the desired position. To set the position precisely, use the X and
Y coordinates under Overlay Area.
4.
Overlay OSD Content: The drop-down list provides Time, Preset
and Serial Info. You may also select Custom and enter the
content you want.
5.
After you have set the position and OSD content, the
symbol
appears in the Status column, which means that the OSD is set
successfully. You may set multiple lines of contents for each area
and use and to adjust the sequence of display.
6.
After you have completed the settings, a message appears to
indicate the successful settings.
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Privacy Mask
On certain occasions, you may need to set a mask area on the camera
image to protect privacy, for example, the keyboard of an ATM machine.
When PTZ changes its position or zooms, the Privacy Mask will be
adjusted accordingly to protect the area all along.
1.
Click Setup > Image > Privacy Mask.
2.
Click Add to add a privacy mask, and click Delete to delete a mask.
3.
To mask a position: Click the box (with Mask displayed on it) to
activate the mask. After the cursor shape has changed, drag the
box to the intended position.
4.
To mask an area: Use the mouse to draw a box on the area you
want to mask.
When privacy mask is configured, the intended area is blocked.
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ALARM CONFIGURATION
2.
In the Detection Area area, click
To delete a detection area, click
You can schedule alarm reporting and set actions that can be triggered
by other devices so that alarms and the triggered actions can be
handled in time.
Alarm reporting can be scheduled for motion detection alarm and
tampering detection alarm.
3.
Click and drag the mouse to set a detection area.
4.
Set the detection sensitivity, object size, and history for the camera
to decide whether to report a motion detection alarm.
5.
Moving the slider to the right increases detection sensitivity. When
the extent of motion within the detection area exceeds the set
object size, and if the duration of motion exceeds the set duration,
the camera reports an alarm.
6.
Motion detection results are shown in real time. The red lines
represent the raised motion detection alarms. The longer a line, the
greater the extent of motion. The denser the lines, the greater the
frequency of motion.
7.
Set the alarm parameters.
8.
Set actions to be triggered by motion detection alarm and the plan.
Configuring Motion Detection Alarm
Motion Detection
Motion detection detects the object motion in a specified rectangular
area during a period. You need to set a detection area, sensitivity of
detection, object size, and history for the camera to decide whether to
report a motion detection alarm when it detects motion.
to add a new detection area.
.
The following table describes the alarm parameters and the alarmtriggered actions and how to set a schedule.
Item
Description
Suppress
Alarm(s):
After an alarm is triggered, the same alarm will not be
reported within the set time.
Clear Alarm(s):
After an alarm is triggered, If the same alarm is not
triggered within the set time, the alarm will be cleared
and the same alarm can be reported again.
If the same alarm is triggered within the set time, the
alarm will not be cleared until the suppress alarm time
expires. Then the same alarm can be reported again.
Upload to FTP
With Upload to FTP selected, the camera will
automatically upload snapshots to the specified FTP
server when an alarm is triggered.
Note: Make sure you have completed FTP and
Configuring Capture before using this function.
1.
Click Setup > Events > Common Alarm > Motion Detection.
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Trigger E-mail
With Trigger E-mail selected, the camera will
automatically send snapshots to the specified E-mail
address when an alarm is triggered.
Note: Make sure you have completed E-Mail and
Configuring Capture before using this function.
Trigger Storage
With Trigger Storage enabled, the camera
automatically starts recording after an alarm is
triggered.
Note: Make sure you have completed the postrecording time settings before using this function.
Enable Schedule
Select the check box and set the start and end times
during which motion detection alarm is effective. You
can directly drag the mouse to draw a plan and click
Edit to edit time periods in the table. The time periods
cannot overlap. The camera reports alarms during the
specified period(s) only.
You can select from Monday to Sunday and set four
periods for each day.
9.
Click Save.
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Configuring Tampering Alarm
Configure tampering alarm so that the camera reports a tampering
alarm when the lens is blocked for a certain length of time.
1.
Click Setup > Events > Tampering Alarm.
2.
Select Enable for Tampering Alarm.
3.
Set detection sensitivity and duration for the camera to decide
whether to report a tampering alarm. The camera can be more
sensitive to the blocking even it only blocks the camera lens slightly
from a farther location when sensitivity is set to high. The camera
reports an alarm when the lens is blocked for a specified length of
time.
4.
Set actions to be triggered by tampering alarms and the plan. For
detailed steps, see the descriptions of alarm-triggered actions in
Configuring Motion Detection Alarm.
5.
Click Save.
Tampering alarm is effective to the whole screen. To disable tampering
alarm, clear the Tampering Alarm check box.
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MEMORY CARD STORAGE
Your camera includes a microSD card slot, which can be used for
emergency video backup. The microSD card is not included. You must
remove the cover of the camera to access the microSD card slot.
Parameter
Description
Storage Medium
Storage resource type.
Note:To format the memory card, disable the storage
function for the card first. Then Click Format and then
click OK to confirm the operation. The system will restart
when the format is completed.
You can use any class MicroSDHC card up to 128GB. This will hold
approximately 15 hours of video at 15 FPS 4MP resolution. It saves the
video files on the SD card in a series of 500mb .ts files. You can access
the recordings via any card reader that reads MicroSD cards or use the
Recording Download utility in the camera software. We recommend you
view the video backup files on VLC player, a free download.
Manual storage
Information about the total and free space is displayed.
When Storage
Full
Stop: If there is no free space in the memory card, new
data will not be saved to the memory card.
The camera records live video repeatedly if manual storage is enabled.
1.
Click Setup > Storage > Storage.
Post-Record(s)
3.
2.
Overwrite: If there is no free space in the memory card,
new data will overwrite the existing data repeatedly.
When an alarm is raised, the camera is triggered to
record live video and continues recording for a set postrecord time after the alarm is cleared.
Click Save.
Enable memory card storage and modify the settings as required.
The following table describes some major parameters.
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DOWNLOADING RECORDED
VIDEO FROM SD CARD
Note:
The downloaded file will be in the .ts format. We recommend
using VLC Player (a free download) to view the file.
Record Download
1.
Click Setup > Storage > Record Download.
2.
Search for video within a specified period. The results will be shown
in a list.
3.
Select your video and click Download. The video will be
downloaded to the Downloads folder on your computer from the
memory card (local path can be changed in System Configuration).
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SECURITY
Setting Secure Data Transmission
User Management
HTTPS
There are two types of users in the system:
•
•
Administrator: referred to as “admin” in this manual. The
default name of the administrator is admin, which cannot be
modified. Admin has full permission and can manage all users
and devices. Only one admin user is allowed in the system.
Common user: referred to as “user” in this manual. User only
has permission to play live and recorded video. Up to 31
common users are allowed in the system.
HTTPS allows secure connections between the IP Camera and web
browser that protects camera settings or Username/Password info from
snooping.
To use HTTPS, you are required to install a self-signed certificate or a
Authority (CA) -signed certificate. The HTTPS certificate can be
obtained by either creating and sending a certificate request to a CA or
creating a self-signed HTTPS certificate
You can add a user on the user management interface (under Setup >
System > Security > User).
After the user is added successfully, you can change the password by
entering the new password or delete the user by clearing the username.
Note:
•
Only admin can change passwords. Changing the username
or password for a user when the user is still logged in will
force the user to log out. The user must use the new
username or password to log in.
Only admin can add and delete users. Deleting a user when
the user is still logged in will force the user to log out. A deleted
user cannot log in.
1.
Click Setup > Network > Port.
2.
Enter the port number in the HTTPS Port text box and then click
Save.
3.
Click Setup > System > Security.
4.
Under HTTPS, select Enable. Uploading a custom SSL certificate
is also supported to ensure security.
5.
Click Save.
Next time you log in, enter the address in https://IP:HTTPS port number
format, for example, https://192.168.0.250:443, to enter secure channel
mode. If HTTPS uses a default port number, enter the address in
https://IP directly.
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APR Binding
This function can protect the camera from ARP attacks. When the
camera visits an IP of another network segment via a gateway, it can
communicate only with the MAC address binding to the gateway
address in the same segment.
1.
Click Setup > System > Security > ARP Binding.
2.
Select the check box to enable the ARP binding function and set
the MAC address.
3.
Click Save.
Hide Vendor Information
You can set to hide the vendor information of the network camera on
the Web interface.
SYSTEM
Setting the System Time
You can use the following methods to adjust the system time of your
device.
Manually Setting or Synchronizing the System
Time
1.
Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the Time tab.
2.
Select Enable for Client Time Synchronization.
3.
Click Save.
Synchronizing with the NTP Server
1.
Click Setup > System > Security.
1.
Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the Time tab.
2.
Under Registration Info, select Enable.
2.
Select Enable for NTP, and then enter the IP address of the NTP
server and the camera's sync interval with the NTP server.
3.
Click Save. The camera will periodically synchronize time with the
NTP server.
Video Watermark
You can set the video watermark for the camera to encrypt the video
and protect it from being deleted or modified.
Setting the DST
1.
Click Setup > System > Security > Video Watermark.
1.
Click Setup > Common > Time, and then click the DST tab.
2.
Select Enable and set the watermark content.
2.
Select Enable DST, set the start time, end time, and DST bias.
3.
Click Save.
3.
Click Save.
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Viewing Device Status
You can view the current status of your camera.
Upgrading the Device
New versions of camera firmware is available periodically and can be
found at http://www.avertx.com/product-downloads/.
Note:
•
Click Setup > Common > Basic Info.
•
Click Refresh for the latest status information.
•
View the device information.
Make sure the software upgrade file is available before
starting the software upgrade.
1.
Click Setup > System > Maintenance.
2.
Under Firmware Upgrade, click Browse and select the correct
upgrade file.
3.
(Optional) Select the check box to enable Upgrade Boot Program.
4.
Click Upgrade and then confirm to start. The camera will restart
automatically after the upgrade is completed.
Note:
You must use the correct upgrade file for you camera.
Otherwise, unexpected results may occur.
•
The upgrade file is a ZIP file and must include all the necessary
files.
•
The boot program loads the operating system and then the
system starts running. The upgrade boot program function is
disabled by default, and only the camera will be upgraded to
the latest version. If enabled, both the camera and the boot
program are upgraded, and the operating system of the
following new versions can be booted properly and the camera
can be upgraded conveniently.
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Ensure that the power supply is normal during upgrade.
The device will restart after the upgrade is completed.
4.
To restore default configurations, click Default and then confirm the
operation. The device will restart and restore the default
configurations.
Restarting the System
1.
Click Setup > System > Maintenance.
2.
Under Device Restart, click Restart. The device will restart after
you confirm the operation. You may also enable auto-restart by
selecting Enable Auto Restart and setting a time for auto-start.
The device will restart at the set time.
CAUTION! Perform this operation with caution because restarting the
system interrupts the ongoing service.
Importing and Exporting System
Configuration File
Export the current configurations of the camera and save them to the
PC or an external storage medium. You can also quickly restore
configurations by importing backup configurations stored on the PC or
an external storage medium back to the camera.
CAUTION! After you perform the Default operation, all settings are
restored to factory defaults, except the following: login
password of the system administrator, network settings,
and system time.
Make sure you import the correct configuration file for your
camera. Otherwise, unexpected results may occur. The
camera will restart when the configuration file is imported
successfully.
1.
Click Setup > System > Maintenance.
2.
To import configurations that you have backed up, click Browse
next to the Import button and select the configurations you want to
import, and then click Import. The result will be displayed.
3.
To export configurations, click Browse next to the Export button,
select the destination folder, and then click Export.
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FIVE: LIVE VIEW
Live view means playing live video (real-time audio and video) received
from a camera in a window through the Web interface.
LIVE VIEW TOOLBAR
Button
Description
Display in full screen mode.
Play/stop live video.
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APPENDIX A
GLOSSARY
Acronym
Description
ARP
Address Resolution Protocol
CBR
Constant Bit Rate
DNS
Domain Name Service
DDNS
Dynamic Domain Name Service
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DST
Daylight Saving Time
FTP
File Transfer Protocol
GOP
Group Of Pictures
GUI
Graphical User Interface
HTTPS
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol over SSL
IE
Internet Explorer
IMOS
IP Multimedia Operation System
IP
Internet Protocol
IPC
IP Camera
MTU
Maximum Transmission Unit
NTP
Network Time Protocol
OSD
On Screen Display
PoE
Power over Ethernet
PPPoE
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet
PTZ
Pan, Tilt, Zoom
ROI
Region of Interest
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
SSL
Secure Socket Layer
UNP
Universal Network Passport
USB
Universal Serial Bus
VBR
Variable Bit Rate
WDR
Wide Dynamic Range
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APPENDIX B FAQ
What to do if no message prompts me to install
ActiveX when I log in on a Windows 7 PC the first
time
Answer: Follow these steps to turn off UAC and then log in again:
•
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.
What to do if the installation of ActiveX failed
Answer: If the installation failed, add the IP address of the camera as a
trusted site: open Internet Option
in IE, 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,
right-click the file, select Run as administrator, and then install it
according to instructions.
What to do if live video fails when I log in for the
first time
Answer: Close the firewall on your PC and then log in to the Web
interface again.
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APPENDIX C:
SPECIFICATIONS
CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS
Compression
H.264
MicroSD Backup Slot
Up to 128 GB
Input Voltage
PoE Only IEEE 802.3af Power over
Ethernet 48vDC
ONVIF Compliance
Profile S**
IP Rating
IP66
Tamper/Vandal Resistant
IK10 Rated
Model
HD320
Heater
Yes
Resolution
4MP (2592×1520)
Operating Temperature
-35° ~ 140°F (-37° ~ 60°C)
Number of Video Streams
2 (High resolution stream for single
camera view, low resolution stream
for multiple camera view)
Cold Start Temperature
-35° F (-37° C)
Audio
No
Frames Per Second
20 fps @ 4MP (2592 × 1520) or 30
fps @ 3MP (2048×1520)
Dimensions
Ø 4.28” x H 3.2”
(108.5 x 81 mm)
Image Sensor
1 / 3” CMOS
Weight
1 lbs (450 g)
Wide Dynamic Range
Spectrum Vision True WDR / HDR
Mounting Hardware Included
Yes
Focal Length
3.6 mm Fixed
FOV
80°
Lens Adjustment
3-Axis
Iris Control
Auto Iris
Backlight Compensation
Yes
Auto Gain Control
Yes
Minimum Illumination
Color Mode: 0.02 Lux, B/W Mode: 0
Lux with IR on
Day / Night
True Day / Night with IR Cut Filter
IR LEDs
35 High Intensity IR LEDs
Max IR Range*
Up to 100 feet (30 m) from camera
Optimal IR Range*
Up to 60 feet (20 m) from camera
Auto White Balance Range
2700K ~ 7800K
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