ACD-2100T 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder Quick

ACD-2100T 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder Quick
1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder
ACD-2100T
Ver. 070206+
Quick Installation Guide
10
1.1
Getting Started
PACKAGE CONTENTS
ACD-2100T
Power Adaptor (Option)
Product CD
Terminal Blocks & Screws
Warranty Card
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1.2
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
1.
Video Input / Output
The 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder supports one analog video
input and output of composite signal with BNC connectors
2.
Audio Input / Output
The 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder supports one audio input
and output with earphone jack
3.
Dip Switch for Serial Port
RS-485 or RS-422 pin define (default is RS-485)
RS-232 pin define
4.
Action LED Indicator
The LED will light up after Video Encoder has successfully
completed the boot process.
5.
Serial Port LED Indicator
LEDs indicating when serial port is active.
6.
Reset Button
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Step 1: Switch off Video Encoderby disconnecting the power
cable
Step 2: Using a suitable pointed object, press and continue to hold
the Reset Button depressed. While continuing to hold the reset
button depressed, reconnect the power cable.
Step 3: Keep holding the reset button depressed around 6 seconds,
release the reset button. The unit will start up with factory default
settings.
7.
Terminal Blocks Pin 1~6
The Video Encoder supports two alarm input and two alarm
output. DI: Logic Level 0: 0~0.4V; Logic Level 1: 3.3~30V
DO: Logic Level 0: 0.1~0.6V; Logic Level1: 2.4~5V
Please find Support package” TS-00045” for details.
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
8.
NAME
DO1
DO2
GND
DI1
DI2
GND
DESCRIPTION
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 2
Ground Pin
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Ground Pin
Terminal Blocks Pin 7~12
Pin 7~10: RS232/422/485. Default mode is RS-485
Pin 11~12: DC 12V power input
PIN
NAME
7
8
9
Tx+
TxRx+
DESCRIPTION
RS-485
RS-422
RS-232
D+
Tx+
Tx
DTxRx+
Rx
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9.
10
11
Rx12V
12
GND
RxPower Input (DC +12V)
Ground Pin of Power Input &
RS-232
Ethernet Port
The Video Encoder connects to the Ethernet via a standard RJ45
connector. Supporting NWAY, this Video Encoder can auto
detect the speed of local network segment
(10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet).
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1.3
BASIC CONNECTIONS
Follow the procedures below to connect the Video Encoder to the respective
apparatuses.
1. Connect an analog monitor to Video Encoder video out (BNC connector).
2. Connect the power adaptor to Video Encoder
3. Connect Video Encoder’s ethernet port to an Ethernet (RJ45 connectors). If
your Video Encoder has PoE built-in, you can regard it as a PD and connect
it directly to a PSE device like PoE switch.
4. Connect a PC to the Ethernet hub (RJ45 connectors)
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NOTE: You may find a support package for help you getting familiar
with PoE. Please visit our web site, and get the support document
TS-00040.
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21
Quick Tour
This section guides you with a quick tour on this Video Encoder.
2.1 Configure this 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder
2.1.1
Make sure network environment
Default IP of this Video Encoder is 192.168.0.100. Please make sure this Video
Encoder and your PC are on the same network segment before running the
installation.
Please set the settings as below.
IP address: 192.168. 0.xxx
Subnet mask: 255.255.255. 0
(NOTE: xxx should be a number
from 1 to 254, but 100 is
excepted.)
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2.1.2
Open Internal Explorer with IP address
NOTE: If your web browser is earlier than IE6, then download IE6 is
recommended.
NOTE: This 1-channel MPEG-4 Video Encoder default IP address is set to
192.168.0.100
2.1.3
Login with default administrator’s account & password
NOTE: Default administrator account is set to Admin, password is set to
123456, and click
button.
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2.1.4
Preview the video
2.1.5
Set the new IP address
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*IP Address : The default IP address is 192.168.0.100.
*Subnet Mask : The default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0
*Click
button
NOTE: In your Client PC, please make sure the setting of Network
Connections Type is set to Auto Negotation, since this Video Encoder
follows MII standard. Otherwise, you might not see the live image.
IMPORTANT: After the IP address is changed, please record this IP
address. There’s no way to connect to the Video Encoder if user forgets
the new IP address.
2.1.6
Check Default Video Setting
NOTE: Please make sure the TV Input (NTSC / PAL) is meet your
requirement, and click
2.1.7
button.
Click Save Reboot to restore all settings and please wait about 30 seconds
for system reboot.
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