IDENTIVISION IIP- Megapixel Security Cameras Installation Guide

IDENTIVISION IIP- Megapixel Security Cameras Installation Guide
IDENTIVISION IIP- Megapixel Security Cameras
Installation Guide
Document version: v.2.3. ENG
IIP-DI3202FPO/28
IIP-CB3102FWL
IIP-B2100
IIP-DI3202FPO/4
CUBE
BOX
IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (1MP - 1.3MP - 2MP)
JUSTICIA series
ROBOT series
ALLIGATOR series
IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (3MP - 5MP)
TRITON series
PENTA series
ALLIGATOR series
IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (1MP - 1.3MP - 2MP)
SNOWBALL series
UFO series
SHARK series
IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (3MP - 5MP)
SNOWBALL series
SPEED DÓM series
IDENTIVISION Megapixel camera installation guide
CONTENT
1.
2.
3.
General introduction .................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Product effiency.................................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Main functions ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Product unpacking and cable connection ..................................................................................................... 6
2.1
Checking the contents of package ........................................................................................................ 6
2.2
Micro SD card installation ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.3
Consol installation ................................................................................................................................ 6
Camera design ............................................................................................................................................ 7
3.1
4.
IIP-CB3100FWL WIFI indoor real D&N IP camera................................................................................. 7
Basic operations .......................................................................................................................................... 9
4.1
Starts.................................................................................................................................................... 9
4.2
Reboot ................................................................................................................................................. 9
4.3
Login .................................................................................................................................................... 9
4.4
Preview .............................................................................................................................................. 10
4.5
Setting menu ...................................................................................................................................... 11
4.6
Play .................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.7
Color adjustment ................................................................................................................................ 12
4.8
History ................................................................................................................................................ 13
4.9
Alarm settings..................................................................................................................................... 14
4.10
Snapshot storage ............................................................................................................................... 15
4.11
Alarm settings..................................................................................................................................... 16
4.11.1
Video motion............................................................................................................................... 17
4.11.2
Video blind .................................................................................................................................. 19
4.11.3
Video loss ................................................................................................................................... 20
4.11.4
Alarm input ................................................................................................................................. 21
4.11.5
Alarm output ............................................................................................................................... 21
4.11.6
Abnormal .................................................................................................................................... 22
4.12
System settings .................................................................................................................................. 22
4.13
General settings ................................................................................................................................. 23
4.14
Encoding ............................................................................................................................................ 24
4.15
Network settings ................................................................................................................................. 25
4.15.1
Net service.................................................................................................................................. 26
4.15.2
Wi-Fi settings .............................................................................................................................. 32
4.15.3
GUI display ................................................................................................................................. 33
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4.15.4
RS232 ........................................................................................................................................ 34
4.15.5
Camera parameters .................................................................................................................... 35
4.16
4.16.1
Account ...................................................................................................................................... 37
4.16.2
Auto-maintain.............................................................................................................................. 40
4.16.3
Default ........................................................................................................................................ 40
4.16.4
Upgrade ...................................................................................................................................... 41
4.16.5
Reboot ........................................................................................................................................ 42
4.16.6
Device info .................................................................................................................................. 42
4.17
5.
Advanced ........................................................................................................................................... 36
Device information .............................................................................................................................. 42
4.17.1
Log ............................................................................................................................................. 42
4.17.2
Version ....................................................................................................................................... 42
Digital channels ......................................................................................................................................... 44
5.1
Basic knowledge................................................................................................................................. 44
5.2
First steps........................................................................................................................................... 44
5.3
Static IP address to the Cameras ........................................................................................................ 45
5.3.1
Add device to CMS software ....................................................................................................... 45
5.3.2
Static IP address with Upgrade Tool............................................................................................ 48
5.3.3
Static IP address with CMS ......................................................................................................... 50
5.3.4
Port forwarding ........................................................................................................................... 52
5.4
Recorder settings ............................................................................................................................... 56
5.5
Digital channels .................................................................................................................................. 56
5.5.1
Add camera to the recorder ......................................................................................................... 56
6.
Lan connection .......................................................................................................................................... 58
7.
Cloud connection\Remote access .............................................................................................................. 59
7.1
Cloud connection\Remote Access....................................................................................................... 59
7.2
Remote access (without wizard) ......................................................................................................... 60
7.3
Remote access (with more devices) .................................................................................................... 60
8.
Mobilphone\Tablet access with vmeye app ................................................................................................ 62
9.
CLoud access with vMEyecloud app .......................................................................................................... 63
10.
Faq&Maintenance .................................................................................................................................. 65
10.1
Important Safeguards and Warnings ................................................................................................... 65
10.2
FAQ ................................................................................................................................................... 66
10.3
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................... 67
11.
11.1
SD Card ................................................................................................................................................. 67
SD card capacity ................................................................................................................................ 67
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11.2
Choosing total capacity....................................................................................................................... 68
12.
Onvif ...................................................................................................................................................... 68
13.
Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 69
14.
Recording mode ..................................................................................................................................... 73
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1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION
The IP camera only can be used as a part of a safety security system.
With the professional network video surveillance software it achieves the strong network communication ability
and telecommunication ability. And IPC can individually work also.
1.1 Product effiency
The IP camera can be used everywhere, where a network surveillance system is required, such as:

ATM, Bank cash, supermarket, factory, etc.

Real-time identification of a person in an access control system

Foster care center, royal garden, school, etc.
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Intelligent door control

intelligent building management system
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System without surveillance, example: power, telecom station

Outdoor stuctures monitoring, example: bridge, tunnel
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24 hour monitoring for road transport

Forest, water, rover monitoring
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Airport, railway, bus station, etc.
1.2 Main functions
Real-time monitoring:
with IP output interface is capable of monitoring through IE or HVR, etc. devices
Storage:
Support up to 32GB SD card (only some models are equipped with an SD card slot), snapshot and video local
recording. It is capable of make snapshots with remote storage through CMS or Vmeye program. The data storage
it is secured, it can not be changed for reason security reasons.
Compression format:
The video signal with H.264, the audio signal is compressed with G.711a protocol (with individual hardware), in this
way the image and audio is in a stable sync.
Backup function:
Client side pc can download file from TF card for back up via network
Video playback features:
Full real-time recorde making and searching, network surveillance, video searching and downloading, etc. It
supports slow and fast playback, etc. Any area can be enlarged as a picture.
Network function:
Remote monitoring via network (including mobile)
The IP camera can be accessed directly with this type of mobile phones: iPhone, Windows Mobile, Blackberry,
Symbian, Android.
Alarm function:
Alarm with record, snapshot, e-mail sending
Interfaces:
RS485 interface for PTZ control
Ethernet port for remote acces, updating and maintenance
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2. Product unpacking and cable connection
2.1 Checking the contents of package

When you receive the product, please first check the model number that is the same what you have ordered.

Make sure that the package has no damage, the wrapping of the package protects the product from the
unwanted and unexpected bumps during the transport

Remove the IP camera from the package and the protective covers. Please check if the camera has any
damage.
2.2 Micro SD card installation
Note: Please make sure that your product is capable to operate with micro SD card.
First put the micro SD card into the SD card slot.
The IP camera is only capable to work with micro SD card with minimum 4GB and maximum 32GB.
1. picture
SD card installation
Note: You need a little pliers to make these steps.
Step 1.
Unscrew the white SD card holder under the camera.
Step 2.
Remove the cover plate.
Step 3.
Use the pliers to install the micro SD card to the slot
Step 4.
Put back the cover plate.
Step 5.
Screw back the SD card holder.
2.3 Consol installation
The IP camera has standard consol acces points.
Installation instructions and warnings:

Make sure the temperature is between -10℃~+60℃, and humidity is less than 90%.

The consol installed stable and firmly

Outdoor installation make sure to avoid bad weather conditions
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
Installing mutiple devices in a network, please perform measurement in order to avoid overloading the
network.
3. CAMERA DESIGN
3.1 IIP-CB3100FWL WIFI indoor real D&N IP camera

DC12/5V Power supply: 12/5V DC, the incorrect voltage will damage or make the device unusable

Indication light: red: working, green: starting ending, blinking green: local recording, blinking red: alarm
activation
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
Alarm input: default – normal open

Alarm output:

Reset: Press and hold for 5 second to reset the system to default settings include IP settings.

Audio input: conntect to audio picker

Audio output: connect to speaker

Antenna: for WIFI
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4. Basic operations
4.1 Starts
Connect the power supply to the camera, after this the IP camera will start automatically.
Note:
Make sure that the input voltage corresponds with the switch of the IP Camera power supply.
Power supply demands: 220V ± 10% / 50Hz.
We recommend to use an UPS to protect the power supply.
4.2 Reboot
To reboot the camera there are two methods:

Software (in menu): Choose in the menu the reboot option and press OK.

Hardware: Break off or turn off the power supply and reconnect it.
Note:
Turn off and recovery function:
If IPC shuts down abnormally, when it is under recording, after reboot, it wills auto-save the record info before shutdown
and restore the status before shutdown.
Replace the SD card:
When you replace the SD card, please first of all disconnect the power supply.
Replace the battery:
The IP camera is working with button battery. Please regularly check the system time, because if the time is
not correct, the battery should be replaced.We recommend to replace the battery in every year with the same
battery type by a adequate maintenance. (only this model: IIP-CB3100FWL).
4.3 Login
When the camera turns on normally, need to log-in before the operation.
The picture of the camera can be accessed by every type of browser, but the settings adjustment works only with
Internet Explorer 8 and 9. If you would like to use the Chrome Browser to adjustment the settings, first of all install
the IETab plugin from the CD. The other way to acces the settings menu is to manage the camera through the
CMS program.
Default IP address:192.168.1.10
Subnet mask:255.255.255.0
Default gateway:192.168.1.1
3 deafult profil: admin, gues, default
There is no default password, the admin is the super authorized user at default. For the guest and the default
login are enabled to use the preview and play functions. The admin and the guest can modify the password, but
the permissions not. By default the default login can change the authorization, but the password not.
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2. picture
Login
For security reasons, first please log in and change the the login name and password.
4.4 Preview
After the succes login, you can choose which stream (main or extra) will be in the preview screen.
3. picture
Bit rate type
The preview screen can shows the date, time, and channel number.
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4.5 Setting menu
At the Preview mode, click to the
button, and a new screen will be appear. The setting menu contains
the following functions: Record, Alarm, System, Advanced settings, Info. Click the right icon which you would like
to enter.
4. picture
Shortcut menu
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4.6 Play
To play the video files from the micro SD card, click on the
button, which is left side of the screen. In
this way you enter the play function. (only with product with SD cards support).
5. picture
Button
Function
Play
Button
Function
Play
Pause
Slow playback
Fast playback
Previous frame
Next frame
Stop
6. picture
Buttons
Note: The frame by frame playback is available in pause mode.
[Operate tips] shows the buttons functions
Special function:
Partial enlargement: in the simple full screen playback, use the right mouse button anywhere in the screen to
change the enlargement. Click with the left mouse button of the selected area, in this way you can enlarge the play
area, with double click is exit.
4.7 Color adjustment
Set image parameter of chosen channel (when single view preview, it should be current channel, when multi-view
preview, it should be the channel where the cursor stay), you can enter the page by shortcut menu. Image
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parameters including: brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, gain, horizontal and vertical sharpness. Also you can
base on requirement to set different image parameter in different period.
The color adjustment contains the following:

Brightness, contrast

Saturation

Hue

Gain

Horizontal and vertical sharpness

Mirror\ Turn
7. picture
Color adjustment
4.8 History
To show the alarm and operational history click the
8. picture
option, and a screen will be pop up automatically.
History
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4.9 Alarm settings
The default settings for the alarm option is the 24-hour recording.
[Device Config]>[Record]>[Record]
9. picture
Alarm settings
[Channel] which channel settings are activated
[Redundancy] Select this mode, if you would like to backup the video sin two hard disks (only with two hard disks)
[Length] video files duration
[Pre-recording] not working function
[Record mode] timing, power, stop
[Period] Set a time frame of when to record
[Allways] recording all-time
[Move] only recording when motion is detected
[Alarm] only recording when alarm is activated
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4.10 Snapshot storage
Set the snapshot parameter for different channels. The default settings for the snapshot storage is the 24-hour
recording.
[Main Menu]>[Record]>[Snapshot Storage]
Note: When you are using a micro SD card please make sure that the storage place is bigger than 1GB and the
HDD function set to Snapshot storage.
10. picture Snapshot storage
[Channel] which channel settings are activated
[Record mode] timing, power, stop
[Period] Set a time frame of when to record
[Allways] recording all-time
[Move] only recording when motion is detected
[Alarm] only recording when alarm is activated
Storage need:
Camera with 2MP- 1hour picture: 180-200MB
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4.11 Alarm settings

Video motion

Video blind

Video loss

Alarm input

Alarm output

Abnormal
11. picture Alarm function
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4.11.1
Video motion
When the system detects the motion signal that reaches the sensitivity, the motion detection is activated.
12. picture Video motion
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13. picture Region settings
[Channel] which channel settings are activated
[Activation] function activation
[Sensitivity] set the sensitivity for the right option
[Area] Click on Settings, and set the area control (the light blue is the guarde, dark blue is ungarded area)
[Period] Set a time frame of when to record
[Alarm output] select the alarm output
[Record channel] select the channel which would you like to record
[Step] step selection
[Delay] When alarm is over, recording will last some seconds (10~300sec), then stop
[Snapshot] snapshot activation
The snapshot can be linked to enable the motion detection in the corresponding period of the [Record Setting] in
(recording settings).
[PTZ activation] when alarm is detected, the PTZ option can be activated (for this option please first set the right
PTZ options in he [PTZ control]
[Email] when alarm happen, link email sending to inform user.
Note: sending email, need to do related setting at[Net service]
[FTP upload] when alarm happens, if record or snapshot channel was chosen, the record file and snapshot image
will be uploaded to the appointed position.
Note: FTP upload, need to do related setting at [Net service]
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14. picture
PTZ option
15. picture Period settings
4.11.2
Video blind
When the video image disappear because of the poor brightness or by masking, the video blind is activated.
Settings are described in the motion detection function.
16. picture
Video blind
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4.11.3
Video loss
When the vide image disappear the video loss is activated.
Settings are described in the motion detection function.
17. picture Video loss
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4.11.4
Alarm input
Alarm input settings.
18. picture Alarm input
4.11.5
Alarm output
Alarm output settings.
19. picture Alarm output
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4.11.6
Abnormal
There are abnormal events which can trigger an alarm.

Storage device not exist

Low storage capacity

Storage access problem

IP address problem

Network problem
20. picture Abnormal settings
[Activation] function activation
[Message] message on the main screen
[Buzzer]
4.12 System settings

General options

Encoding

Network

Net service

Gui option

PTZ configuration

RS485, RS232 options

Camera parameters
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4.13 General settings
21. picture General settings
[System time] system date and time settings
[Date format] select the date format
[Date separator] choose the separator of the data format
[Time format] select the time format
[Language] Hungarian, English, Chinese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, French, German, Portuguese, Polish, Suomi,
Greece
[HDD full]
[DVR No.] with more recorders is it possible to choose them with the right button in the remote control
[Video standard] PAL or NTSC
[Auto logout] automation logout after the set time
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4.14 Encoding
Set video/audio encode parameters, including image parameters of record file, remote monitor, etc. Left part is to
set the encode parameter of each separated channel, right part is to set encode parameter of extra stream.
Left side: Main stream options
Right side: Extra stream options
The extra stream is available for the net connection, the main stream is for the local recording
22. picture Encoding options
[Channel] which channel settings are activated
[Compression] Standard H.264
[Resolution] set the right option
[FPS] frame per second 1 frame/s~25 frame/s.
[Bit rate type] VBR(variable bit rate) or CBR(constant bit rate)
[Quality] set the right option (the highest kb/s is the better image quality)
[Video\Audio] video and audio option
PAL\NTSC:VGA(512~2048kbps) CIF(64~1024kbps) QCIF(64~512kbps) QVGA(256~1024kbps)
QQVGA(64~512kbps)
PAL\NTSC:D1(512~2560kbps) HD1(384~2048kbps) CIF(64~1024kbps) QCIF(64~512kbps)
PAL\NTSC:720P(1024~4096kbps)
PAL\NTSC: 1080P(676~5415kbps)
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4.15 Network settings
23. picture Network settings
[Net card] wireless or wired land card (check if the wireless is available in the specification)
[DHCP Enable] automatic IP address configuration
[IP address] IP address settings default: 192.168.1.10
[Subnet mask] default: 255.255.255.0.
[Gateway] default: 192.168.1.1
[DNS settings] option to use a DNS server, which converts the IP address to DNS address. Reboot after set.
[TCP port] default: 34567 for CMS access
[HTTP port] default 80 for Internet Explorer access
[High speed download] Network high speed download
[Quality strategy] there are 3 policies, adaptive, quality preferred, fluency preferred. Base on different setting,
code stream is auto-adjusted, adaptive is eclectic between quality and fluency, also considers fluency when the
quality is not greatly influenced. Fluency preferred and adaptive is valid only when the extra stream is enabled, if
extra stream is not enabled, it will base on network status to adjust quality preferred
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4.15.1
Net service
Double click which would you like to set.
24. picture Net service
25. picture PPPOE
[PPPoE settings]
Click on the activate and write the user name and the password, which provided by the ISP (Internet Service
Provider). Reboot after set and the record will make a PPPoE connection with ISP. The IP address will change to
dynamic.
[NTP setup]
First the NTP server will be installed on the PC or use a public NTP server.
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Server Ip: write the server IP address.
Port: default: 123
Time zone: London GMT+0, Berlin GMT +1, Cairo GMT +2, Moscow GMT +3, New Delhi GMT +5,
Bangkok GMT +7, Hongkong Beijing GMT +8, Tokyo GMT +9, Sydney GMT +10, Hawaii GMT-10,
Alaska GMT-9, Pacific time GMT-8, American mountain time GMT-7, American mid time GMT-6,
American eastern time GMT-5, Atlantic time GMT-4, Brazil GMT-3, Atlantic mid time GMT-2.
Refresh time: default: 10 Min.
26. picture NTP settings
[EMAIL settings]
When an alarm is triggered, the recorder can send an email with the alarm informations.
27. picture Email settings
SMTP server: email account provider SMTP server address (IP or DNS address)
Port: email account port number
SSL: secured socker layer protocoll activation
User name: email user name
Password: email password
Sender: write a sender name
To: write an email address which you would like to send the emails.
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Subject: write an email subject.
[IP filter settings]
White addresses: devices with these IP addresses can access the recorder only. (64 IP addresses is available)
Black addresses: devices with these IP addresses can not access the recorder (64 IP addresses is available)
28. picture Ip Filter
29. picture DDNS settings
[DDNS]
Dynamic Domain Name System
DDNS type: set the right option
Enable: set to activate
DNS name: write the DNS address
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User name: write the user name
Password: write the password
When DDNS is activated and ready, you can access with this address from the Internet Explorer.
[FTP settings]
30. picture FTP settings
Enable: set to activate
Server IP: server IP address
Port: FTP server port number
User name: write the user name
Password: write the password
File size: Set the max upload file size to. default: 128MB
Order name: upload order name
FTP upload is only possible when alarm is activated. When the alarm time is over, the uploading is automatic.
[ARSP]
31. picture ARSP settings
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DDNS type: set the right option
Enable: set to activate
Server IP: IP address of DDNS server
Port: port address
User name: write the user name
Password: write the password
Refresh time: set the refresh time
Note: To use this option, first please set the DDNS settings
[Alarm server]
When alarm is activated, the alarm server receives information from the device.
32. picture Alarm server options
Protocoll type: set the right option, default: General
Enable: set to activate
Server IP: IP address of alarm server
Port: port address
Alarm: set to activate
History: set to activate
[Mobil Monitor settings]
To visit the device by mobile, please make a router mapping of this port and use CMS to monitor and operate it by
protocol.
Enable: set to activate
Port: default port: 34599
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33. picture Mobil monitor settings
[UPNP]
UPNP protocol can auto port forwarding on router, make sure UPNP is enable on router before use it.
34. picture UPNP settings
Enable: set to activate
Http port: Route will automatically distribute HTTP port for the device, when IE viewing, it need this port
TCP port: Router will automatically distribute TCP port for the device, when monitoring via CMS
Port: Router will automatically distribute Mobile Port for the device, when mobile monitor
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4.15.2
Wi-Fi settings
35. picture WIFI settings
Enable: set to activate
Search: You can search for Wi-Fi networks in your area
SSID: The name of the used Wi-Fi network
Encryption: type of encryption (suggest to use WPA2)
Password: the preshared key of the Wi-Fi network
IP address: IP address of the camera
Subnet mask: Subnet mask of the actual network
Gateway: the gateway of the network
Cloud
Cloud settings and activation.
36. picture Cloud settings
Enable: set to activate
MTU: default: 1280 Byte
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4.15.3
GUI display
37. picture GUI display
[Channel Name] Click the channel name modify button and enter the channel name menu. Modify the channel
name.
[Time title] the system time on monitoring pag
[Channel title] channel No at monitoring page
[Record status] record status on monitoring page
[Alarm status] alarm status on monitoring page
[Transparency] choose the transparency of background image, span within: 128~255
[Resolution] set resolution of monitor
[Channel] choose channel No that set for encode output.
[Region Cover] choose region cover quantity, then click setting
,enter related
channel, user can use mouse to choose any size of cover region, (the covered region, video output should be in
black)
[Time title]& [Channel title] set time title and channel title whether need be show out and the position to show.
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38. picture Region cover settings
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RS232
39. picture RS232
[Serial Port Function] Common serial port is used to debug and update program or set up specific serial port.
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[Baud rate] Choose the corresponding baud rate length
[Data bits] Include 5-8 options.
[Stop bits] Include 2 options;
[Parity] Include odd, even, mark, space
4.15.5
Camera parameters
40. picture Camera parameters
[Expose] choose automatic(0.1 milisecond-80 millisecond), or manual(1/25,1/50,1/120,1/250,1/500,
1/1000,1/2000,1/4000,1/10000),default is automatic
[Day/night mode] choose auto/color/ black and white, default is auto;
[Backlight compensation] choose on or off;
[Auto iris] choose on or off;
[Profile] choose indoor or outdoor or auto, default is auto
[AE reference] choose integers data between 0—100, default is 50;
[AGC] choose on or off, limitation is between 0—100;
[Slow shutter] choose none, low, medium, high, default is none.
[IR_CUT] choose automatically switch or IR synchronous switch, default is automatically switch
[Mirror image] tick
[Over turn] tick
[Anti-flicker] tick
,means enable the convert of left and right of monitoring page
,means enable the convert of up and down of monitoring page.
,enable anti-flicker if the lighting is solved with fluorescent light.
[Front-end Command] fill in command and send out, front end of IP camera will carry out this command
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4.16 Advanced
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HDD manage

Account

Auto Maintain

Default

Import & Export

Upgrade

Reboot
41. picture Advanced settings
To config the SD card that installed in device. Menu shows the information of current SD card, including: type,
status, total capacity.
Operation to SD card including: set Read/Write, Read only, Redundant, Format disk, Recover, Partition, etc. Select
the SD card, then click function button on the right side.
Note:
Read/Write:can read data and also can write data into it;
Read only:only can read data from the disk, but cannot write data into it.
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4.16.1
Account
Manage the user authority of this device.
Note:
1. The character length is 8 bytes at most for the following user and user team name. The blank ahead or
behind the character string is invalid. The middle blank in the character string is valid. Legal characters
include: letter, number, underline, subtraction sign, and dot.
2.
There is no limit in the user and user group. You can add or delete the user group according to user
definition. The factory setup include: user\admin. You can set the team as you wish. The user can appoint
the purview in the group.
3. The user management include: group/ user. The group and user name cannot be the same. Each user
only belongs to one group.
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43. picture Account settings
Modify User: Modify the existed user attributes.
Modify Group: Modify the existed team attributes.
Modify Password: Modify the user password. You can set 1-6 bit password. The blank ahead or behind the char
string is invalid. The middle blank in the char string is valid,
Note:The user who possess the user control authority can modify its own or other users password
Add user: Add a user in the team and set the user purview. Enter the menu interface and input the user name
and password. Choose the team and choose whether cover using the user. Cover using means that the account
can be used by multiple users at the same time.
Once choose the team the user purview is the subclass of the team.
We recommend that the common user’s purview is lower than the advanced user.
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44. picture Add user
Add Group: Add a user team and set the purview. There are 36 different purviews: shut down the equipment, real
time surveillance, playback, recording setup, video file backup and so on.
45. picture Add group
Delete user: Delete the current user. Choose the user and click delete user button.
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Delete Group: Delete the current group. Choose the group and click delete group button.
46. picture Group delete
4.16.2
Auto-maintain
The user can set the auto reboot time and auto file deleting time limit.
47. picture Auto-maintain
4.16.3
Default
The system restore to the default setup. You can choose the items according to the menu.
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48. picture Default
4.16.4
Upgrade
49. picture Rendszer frissítése
[Upgrade file] to select upgrade file via IE or client software to do upgrading.
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4.16.5
Reboot
To do soft reboot of IP camera
4.16.6
Device info
Shows information of device, including: Log, Version
4.17 Device information
4.17.1
Log
LOG type can be divided into:system operation, configuration operation, data management, alarm affair,
recording operation, user management, file management and so on. Set the time section to look up and click the
look up button. The log information will display as a list. (One page is 128 items) Press Page up or Page down
button to look up and press delete button to clear all the log information.
50. picture Log information
4.17.2
Version
Display the basic information such as hardware information, firmware version, built date, serial No.,…
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5. DIGITAL CHANNELS
5.1 Basic knowledge
[IP address] two functions: host or network interface identification (IP address example: 192.168.1.110)
Two versions of IP are in use: IP Version 4 and IP Version 6. Each version defines an IP address differently.
Because of its prevalence, the generic term IP address typically still refers to the addresses defined by IPv4.
[TCP port] Internet protocoll, which helps the datatransfer.
[DHCP] clien-server protocoll, which provide to the network using devices to get every information automatically
by the DHCP server. It provides the IP addresses for the cameras, when it is enabled.
[Fix or static IP address] these type of IP address will not change after a system reboot.
[POE] Power over Ethernet describes any of several standardized or ad-hoc systems which pass electrical power
along with data on Ethernet cabling. This allows a single cable to provide both data connection and electrical power
to devices such as wireless access points or IP cameras. These feature is in every compatible device’s
specifications.
The maximum compatible cable long for the POE is 100 m.
We have tested the N411SPOE recorder with a 100m good quality solid copper Belden cable (FTP connectors). It
had no problems, but please make sure that every situation is different and the compatible long can decrease
because of the installations methods.
5.2 First steps
First connect the cameras to the power supply and to the network, after this make sure that the devices have static
IP addresses (at default they have, but its the same, we have change that). This steps are not necessary, but
provide a stable network connection.
These steps are showed by a system with a TP-link router and an NVR recorder. Other manufactures have
the same solutions, but the steps can be different.
First find out what is your router default IP address (it is written on your router, or in the setting menu)
52. picture Router settings
Default IP address: 192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Router Mac address: F4-EC-38-CC-8A-5A
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5.3 Static IP address to the Cameras
5.3.1
Add device to CMS software
To make these steps, the devices have to be in the same IP region as the router ( the default region for the cameras
is 192.168.1. ...). If it is not, please make the next chapter steps first.
Step 1.
Install the CMS software from the CD, on a PC that is on the network as the cameras.
Step 2.
Log-in to the CMS software.
user: super
password:(default none)
53. picture CMS program
Step 3.
Choose the System, and click on the Device Manager.
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54. picture CMS software menu
Step 4.
Choose the Add Area and write an optional region name (example: Home, Office, Storage, …).
55. picture Add region
Step 5.
Choose the region, and click on the Add Device option.
56. picture Add Device
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Step 6.
On he new screen click on the IP Search option. After the searching time, it will show the available
devices.
57. picture IP Search
Step 7.
Choose the device, which will be used (double click, and the fields will be automatically filled)
58. picture Camera network settings
Note: If there are no devices after the search, probably there is a network problem. Please make sure that
the network settings are good, or the devices have installed correctly. (It can cause problems a broken UTP
cable, make sure to test every network cable with an UTP tester).
Other problem can be, that the devices are not in the same network region. (example: IP addresses: router:
192.168.0.1, device 192.168.1.10). In this case use the Upgrade Tool software to change IP addresses of the
devices.
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Step 8.
Click on the OK button when finished. If every settings are correct, the cameras picture can be
watched in the program. Choose the left side the region and the name\IP address of the camera and double
click on it.
59. picture Camera picture
5.3.2
Static IP address with Upgrade Tool
Step 1.
Download or install from the CD the Upgrade Tool software.
Step 2.
Click on the IP search option.
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60. picture Upgrade Tool
Step 3.
It shows the IP address of the available IP cameras. Click on the camera which will be modified
and click on the Edit Device option.
Step 4.
In the pop up windows set up the right network parameters.
61. picture Edit device
[IP address] At default is 192.168.1.10, this has to be changed to the right IP address.
(Example for a network system:
Router: 192.168.1.1
Camera 1: 192.168.1.10
Camera 2: 192.168.1.11
Camera 3: 192.168.1.12
For the same network devices(computer, camera, laptop, tablet) please avoid the same IP addresses, because it
will causes problems.
Please do not change the other settings, only if you are an expert.
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5.3.3
Static IP address with CMS
Step 1.
Click on the Settings menu and choose the remote settings.
62. picture Remote settings
Step 2.
Choose on the left side to which camera will be modified. Click on the Settings and the Network
option.
63. picture Network options
Step 3.
In this window can be modified the network settings to the device.
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Step 4.
First click out the DHCP Enable option.
[IP address] At default is 192.168.1.10, this has to be changed to the right IP address.
(Example for a network system:
Router: 192.168.1.1
Camera 1: 192.168.1.10
Camera 2: 192.168.1.11
Camera 3: 192.168.1.12
For the same network devices(computer, camera, laptop, tablet) please avoid the same IP addresses,
because it will causes problems.
Please do not change the other settings, only if you are an expert.
64. picture Network settings of the device
Step 5.
Click on the OK button.
Note: If the camera will be used on the CMS program after that, it has to to search again, because the IP address
was changed.
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5.3.4
Port forwarding
Please use this feature, if your router does not have a UPNP option, otherwise these steps are unnecessary.
65. picture Router UpnP settings
66. picture Enable the UPNP feature on the device too!
Port forwarding steps.
Step 1.
Log-in to the router admin screen. (Write the IP address of the router to the browser)
Default IP addresses for different type of routers (Please check in your router’s manual guide)
TP-LINK:http://192.168.1.1 vagy http://192.168.0.1
D- link:http://192.168.0.1
Linksys:http://192.168.2.1
Asus:http://192.168.2.1
ZTEhttp://192.168.1.254)
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67. picture Router admin screen
Step 2.
Choose the Forwarding option and click on the Add new option.
68. picture Virtual servers
Step 3.
Write the right settings.
[Service Port] default port: 34567
[IP Address] IP addresses for the camera (pl: 192.168.168.10)
[Protocol] ALL-TCP-UDP
[Status] set to Enable
Do not change the Common Service Port!
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69. picture Virtual server settings
Step 4.
Click on the Save option, and the settings for the first device is finished.
70. picture Virtual server settings
If you have more devices, repeat these steps to every one (make sure that you use the right IP addresses
for the devices)
Step 5.
Reboot the router. (System Tools-Reboot option)
71. picture Router reboot
Asus Virtual Server
72. picture Asus router
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D-Link Virtual Server
73. picture D-link router
Belkin Virtual Server
74. picture Belkin router
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5.4 Recorder settings
The next step is to set the right settings to the router.
Step 1.
Log-in to the recorder, click on the Channel mode.
Step 2.
Choose the right option for your system. (There are just only fix modes)
Step 3.
Click on the left side to activate the mode.
Step 4.
Click on the OK button.
Step 5.
The device will ask for reboot, click on the OK button.
Step 6.
After this, there are 2 more options in the Digital options (only with HVR recorders)
75. picture Channel mode settings (HVR with 24 channel)
5.5 Digital channels
5.5.1
Add camera to the recorder
76. picture Digitális channels
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Step 1.
Click on the channel which will be modified.
Step 2.
Click on the Enable option.
Time Sync- camera-recorder time synchronization
Encode: default: real-time 2
Connection type: default: Only one connection
Step 3.
Select the Add button.
Step 4.
In the new screen can be changed the camera settings.
77. picture Remote settings
Click on the Search option, and double click to the camera which will be used for the channel. (It will fill
the requiered forms, if it is not, please write the settings to the form).
Device name: optional
Device type:
IPC- IP Camera
DVR- recorder
Protocoll:
NETIP (for Identivision camera)
ONVIF
Stream:
Main stream (Default, good quality stream)
Extra stream (bad quality CIF resolution)
IP channel:
Channel select for the camera
Address:
IP address
Port:
default: 34567
User name:
default: admin
Step 5.
Click on the Ok button, and if the camera settings are good, the camera’s picture will be on the
screen.
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6. LAN CONNECTION
Step 1.
Install the ActiveX_V1.1.0.68 and QuickTimeInstaller software from the CD.
Step 2.
Open a web browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox,...)
Step 3.
Write to the address bar, the IP address of the device.
78. picture Login screen
Step 4.
Write the admin and user name. (default: user name:admin, password: (none))
Step 5.
Double click on the name of the camera. (if Internet Explorer ask to enable and run the plugins,
click to OK.)
79. picture Camera screen
If Chrome is your default browser, you can enable the Quicktime Player to ask nothing while running.
First write the chrome://plugins/ address to browser, and next to the Quicktime PLayer name click ont he Allways
enable option.
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80. picture Chrome plugin settings
7. CLOUD CONNECTION\REMOTE ACCESS
7.1 Cloud connection\Remote Access
The devices can be used to remote access without any DynDNS provider.
Step 1.
On the device enable the Cloud option in the Netservice- Cloud settings.
Step 2.
Write to the browser the http://www.xmeye.net/ address.
81. picture Remotea access
Step 3.
Click on the Enter Guide and with the easy wizard search the devices.
Step 4.
If the device has found, click on the next option (every option is automatic)
Step 5.
After the succces settings, the device will be shown on the left side.
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82. picture Remote access
7.2 Remote access (without wizard)
Step 1.
Write to the browser the http://www.xmeye.net/ address.
Step 2.
Click on the By Device option and write the factory number of the device (which will be accessed)(it
can be found in the Settings-Info-Version.
Step 3.
Click on the Login.
Step 4.
After the succces settings, the device will be shown on the left side.
7.3 Remote access (with more devices)
With these steps is it possible to make a profile, to access more devices.
Step 1.
Write to the browser the http://www.xmeye.net/ address.
Step 2.
Click on the Register option and write the optional settings ont he screen. Choose the OK option.
Step 3.
If the Registration process is finished, check your email and click on the e-mail from the xmeye and
activate the profile.
Step 4.
On the new screen click on the Device Mananeg option and choose the Add.
83. picture Device manager
Step 5.
Write the factory number, device name, password of the device. Click on the OK button.
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84. picture My devices menu
If the settings are OK, on the My devices screen the device will be shown.
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8. MOBILPHONE\TABLET ACCESS WITH VMEYE APP
The Vmeye app can be used to watch the surveillance system, control the PTZ cameras.
Available mobilphone’s systems: Android, Blackberry, Iphone, Symbian, Windows mobile.
Step 1.
Install the right app for the mobilphone\tablet from the App store.
Step 2.
Click on the Settings option.
85. picture Using the Vmeye app
Step 3.
Click on the ’Plus’ button to add a device and write the network settings to the fields.
86. picture VMEye settings (example)
[DeviceName] Device name
[Address] IP address of the device
[Mobile Port] default: 34599
[User Name] default: admin
[Password] default: none
[Max channel] channel number of the device
Step 4.
Click on the OK button and the device can be access with the mobilphone.
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87. picture Recorder access
9. CLOUD ACCESS WITH VMEYECLOUD APP
The devices can be used to remote access without any DynDNS provider with the VMeyecloud app.
Available mobilphone’s systems: Android, Blackberry, Iphone, Symbian, Windows mobile.
In
Step 1.
Install the right app for the mobilphone\tablet from the App store. (VMeyecloud)
Step 2.
If the devices was registered at the Xmeye.net page, with the user name and password can be
acccessed automatically.
Step 3.
If the device was not registered at the Xmeye.net page, click on the By Device option and choose
the Search option.
Step 4.
When the search finished and the device was found, click on it and choose ’plus’ button.
88. picture VMEyeCloud app
Step 5.
On the next page, you can change the settings of the device if it is necessary, otherwise click on
the OK button.
Step 6.
Close the settings menu and ont he main screen the picture of the device will be shown.
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89. picture Finish
Note: There could be error messages with using the app, because the servers for this feature are in
China, but there are just temporary. This feature has 4-5 seconds delay!
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10. FAQ&MAINTENANCE
10.1 Important Safeguards and Warnings

Do not place heavy objects on the IPC.

Do not let any solid or liquid fall into or infiltrate the IPC.

Please brush printed circuit boards, connectors, fans, machine box and so on regularly. Before the dust
cleaning please switch off the power supply and unplug it.

Do not disassemble or repair the IPC by yourself. Do not replace the components by yourself.
Environment:

Please place and use IP camera under temperature between-10℃~60℃ and humidity less than 9%;

Do not use IP camera in smoky or dusty environment;

Avoid collision or strong fall.

Please insure the IP Camera level installation in a stable workplace.

Please install in ventilated place. Keep the vent clean.

Use within the rating input and output scope.
Suitable products:

This manual is suitable for all series of IP Camera from Identivision including indoor box type, IR
waterproof type, whelk type, dome type, home-use robot type, etc.
Special announcement:

The content including in this manual is referring to the most updated information when compilation, if
there is something to be changed, will not further notice specially.

If got questions or requirement, please feel free to contact us at any time.
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10.2 FAQ
Please if you have a problem, what is not in the list, feel free to contact our expert collageue or with the local dealer.
1. Question
There is dark corner of lens
1/3 lens only support CS lens be more than or equal to 6MM, can try to change with 1/2.5 or 1/2 lens
(C mount lens need to add CS adapter ring)
2. Question
Image color is bias towards red
Regularly because the device is in dark position, IR light is auto-on, while the device is remain in color
mode. Compare to CMOS, CCD is less influenced by IR light, under same condition, CCD is slightly bias
towards red.
3. Question
There is tailing smear of moving object
Enable the slow shutter makes the frame rate not enough. In order to achieve good image effect in the
dark, we will auto enable the slow shutter, to extend the exposure time, if exposure time is over 40ms, the
frame rate will not enough, that will cause tailing smear, you can shutdown slow shutter via CMS or WEB.
4. Question
Firmware upgrade fail
Few firmware unofficial issued with BUG, cannot upgrade via port 34567, but can upgrade via 34561. This
is the reserve port for network upgrading.
5. Question
Cannot boot
a. Use upgrade tool to see if you can search IP address
6. Question
IPC reboot after power off, using CMS to access, but failed, cannot find device.
When the device is under rebooting, need use CMS to connect it after a while when it is finish rebooting.
7. Question
SD can do partition, after reboot, there is only one partition
a. make sure the total capacity of theSD card is over 2G, and the space for recording is over 2G.
b. choose ”always recording” to record a file in SD card, then play it to see if it is normal.
c.
pull out SD card and insert it into PC, copy a compress file that with same capacity of your SD
card, if u can put it in, if yes, then copy it out to see if can normal decompress
8. Question
D1 960H 1.3m 2.0m how much space will be in each hour.
it is related to image quality, different image quality with different bit rate that is showed out, such as D1,
default is 1Mbps 1M(1 second) *60*60/8=450M /hour, regularly, SD card for recording, suggest to set motion
detect and alarm record and front side, other recording to be save at back side.
9. Question
Monitor image abnormal, such as too bright, image flicker, poor backlight compensation
Base on the image color from client side and integrate with local environment to adjust it to be the best
10. Question
UPNP function is not working
a. target router function is stable; suggest using TP-LINK router
b. IP address of camera and router is not in the same network segment.
11. Question
NTP function in net service is not working
Enable related function of NTP server.
12. Question
cannot search out recent video file, if we set client side recording via CMS
If the client side is under recording, you cannot search out file, you need to stop recording firstly, and then
you will search out.
13. Question
Client side cannot log-in when the IP address was revised, tips with: log-in overtime and
cannot find device.
a. no IP conflict or MAC conflict
b. close client side, log-in again after 10s.
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14. Question
WIFI function of IP camera is not working
a. Wi-Fi module and device correctly connected.
b. target router support WIFI and it is enable
c.
the password of router that device input is correct.
d. the WIFI module is used is RT 3070 chips
e.
IP address of device is in the same network segment.
15. Question
Set language in regular via CMS, language of CMS is without change
a. Language setting in regular is regarding the web side, not related to CMS
b. CMS client side config – language in regular config is to set language of CMS
16. Question
Camera cannot control the connect PTZ
Client side PTZ config protocol, address etc. should be same as connected PTZ
17. Question
SD card cannot search out video file
a. SD card with problem,
b. at present only support Kingston SD card
c.
Whether the SD card can be detected
d. Whether the SD card is successfully format
e. Whether the searching period is the same as time period of device
f.
SD card set snapshot partition, then can have snapshot file.
g. partition of SD card set into Read/Write
h. Client side set over write when SD card is full
18. Question
Client side cannot search out log info
Make sure the searching period have log info and not be deleted.
19. Question
firmware before October cannot be upgrade via 34567 ports, but only 34561 ports.
20. Question
If upgrade via 34561 ports, need to config encode with resolution lower than 720P, cannot
set with 1080P.
21. Question
Camera under darker environment will lose frame.
The slow shutter is default enable, it will extend exposure time in darker environment, then the frame rate
will be not enough, you can close it via CMS.
10.3 Maintenance
1. Please brush printed circuit boards, connectors, fans, machine box and so on regularly.
2. Please keep the grounding well done to prevent the video or audio signal interfered and the IPC from static
or inductive electricity.
3. Do not pull out the video signal line or RS-232 port or RS-485 port with the power on。
4. Please keep the IPC away from heat resource, and regularly investigate system and maintenance.
11. SD CARD
11.1 SD card capacity
To make sure normally realize the function, suggest to use TF card minimum 4G, and Maximum 32G, for stability,
we suggest to Kinston 16G TF card。
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11.2 Choosing total capacity
Micro SD card capacity calculate formula as below:
Micro SD card capacity(M)= require time(hour)* capacity each hour(M/hour)
Then we can get recording time formula as below: :
SD card total capacity
Recording time(hour)=
Capacity each hour (M/hour)
12. ONVIF
ONVIF is a global and open industry forum with the goal to facilitate the development and use of a global open
standard for the interface of physical IP-based security products. Or in other words, to create a standard for how
IP products within video surveillance and other physical security areas can communicate with each other.
The following areas are in the ONVIF compatibility:

IP configuration

Device discovery

Device management

Media configuration

Real time viewing

Event handling

PTZ camera control

Video analytics

Security

Storage (only ONVIF 2.4)

Video analytics (only ONVIF 2.4)
Please make sure that your device is ONVIF ready in your specifications and test it (Example: new Bosch camera
with 5.0 Megapixel is compatible with Identivison devices, but some Avtech devices with ONVIF support was not).
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13. SPECIFICATIONS
IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (1MP - 1.3MP - 2MP)
JUSTICIA series
ROBOT series
ALLIGATOR series
Glass:
3.6mm (72°)
2.8-12mm (80°-24°)
2.8-12mm (80°-24°)
IR LED range:
20m
30m
35m
Other
DSS, WDR, ONVIF
DSS, WDR, ONVIF
DSS, WDR, ONVIF
IIP-L3100F
IIP-L3101VFW
IIP-L3100FPO
IIP-L3101VFWPO
IIP-L3130F
IIP-L3132VFW
IIP-L3130FPO
IIP-L3131VFW
IIP-L3131VFWPO
IIP-L3200F
IIP-L3202VFW
IIP-L3201VFW
IIP-L3200FPO
IIP-L3202VFWPO
IIP-L3201VFWPO
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IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (3MP - 5MP)
TRITON series
PENTA series
ALLIGATOR series
Glass:
3.6mm (72°)
2.8-12mm (80°-24°)
2.8-12mm (80°-24°)
IR LED range
20m
35m
35m
Other
DSS, ONVIF
DSS, ONVIF
DSS, WDR, ONVIF
IIP-L3302FPO
IIP-L3302VFWPO
IIP-L3301VFWPO
IIP-L3302VFWPOSD
+ SD card slot
IIP-L3502FPO
IIP-L3502VFWPO
IIP-L3502VFWPOSD
+ SD card slot
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IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (1MP - 1.3MP - 2MP)
SNOWBALL series
UFO series
SHARK series
SPEED DÓM series
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
outdoor
Glass
2.8mm (80°) / 4mm (68°)
2.8-12mm (80°-24°) 2.8-12mm (80°-24°) 2.8-12mm (80°-24°) 18x zoom
IR LED range
16m
35m
35m
20m
100m
Other
DSS, WDR,
DSS, WDR,
DSS, WDR
DSS, WDR,
DSS
ONVIF
ONVIF
ONVIF
ONVIF
ONVIF
high consol
yesdal series
outdoor
IIP-D3100F/4
IIP-D3130F/4
IIP-SP1318
IIP-D3130FPO/4
IP-DV3132VFWPO
IIP-D3130F/4
IIP-SP2018
IIP-D3202FPO/4
IIP-D3202VFWPO
IIP-D3202VFWPO
IIP-D3202FPO/28
WHITE
HB GREY
IIP-DV3202VFWPO
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IP outdoor cameras with IR LED (3MP - 5MP)
SNOWBALL series
outdoor
GLass
4.0mm (68°)
IR LED range
30m
Other
DSS, ONVIF
IIP-D3302FPO/4
+ SD card slot
IIP-D3502FPO/4
+ SD card slot
IIP-DI3202FPO/28
IIP-CB3102FWL
IIP-B2100
IIP-DI3202FPO/4
CUBE
BOX
2MP, IP, indoor
1MP, IP
1MP, IP, indoor
2.8mm (80°) / 4.0mm (68°) 3.6mm (72°)
DSS
IR LED: 16m
IR LED: 15m
ONVIF
DSS, WDR
WIFI, DSS, WDR
12V DC, WDR
ONVIF
Mikrofon, SD card
12V DC
12V DC
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14. RECORDING MODE
1. With optional PC configuration + compatible IP NVR software
1.1. With IDENTIVISION protocoll: (every IIP IP cameras)
-Free IDENTIVISION IIP-NVR64 FREE, with 64 channel IP NVR and CMS software
1.2. With ONVIF 2.0 protocoll: (only IIP cameras with ONVIF 2.0 compatibility)
Tested:
- Optional with license Geovision GV-NVRxx IP NVR software
- Optional with license NUUO IP NVR software
Cameras with ONVIF 2.0 compatibility:
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IIP-L3100F JUSTICIA, IP IR LED camera, 1MP
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IIP-L3100FPO JUSTICIA, IP IR LED camera, 1MP, POE
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IIP-L3130F JUSTICIA, IP IR LED camera,1.3MP
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IIP-L3130FPO JUSTICIA, IP IR LED camera, 1.3MP, POE
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IIP-L3101VFW ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 1MP
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IIP-L3200FPO JUSTICIA, IP IR LED camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-L3132VFW ROBOT, IP IR LED camera, 1.3MP
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IIP-L3101VFWPO ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 1MP, POE

IP-L3131VFW ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 1.3MP
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IIP-L3202VFW ROBOT, IP IR LED camera, 2MP

IIP-L3131VFWPO ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 1.3MP, POE
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IIP-L3202VFWPO ROBOT, IP IR LED camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-L3302FPO TRITON, IP IR LED camera, 3MP, POE
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IIP-L3201VFW ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 2MP

IIP-L3201VFWPO ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 2MP, POE

IP-L3502FPO TRITON, IP IR LED camera, 5MP, POE

IIP-L3301VFWPO ALLIGATOR, IP IR LED camera, 3MP, POE

IIP-L3302VFWPO PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 3MP, POE

IIP-L3302VFWPOSD PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 3MP, POE, SD

IIP-L3502VFWPO PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 5MP, POE

IIP-L3502VFWPOSD PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 5MP, POE, SD

IIP-DI3202FPO/4, IP indoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-DI3202FPO/28, IP indoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-D3100F/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 1MP

IIP-D3130F/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 1.3MP

IIP-D3200F/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED-es dóm kamera, Low Lux, 2MP

IIP-D3202FPO/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-D3202FPO/28 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-D3202VFWPO/WH UFO, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-DV3202VFWPO SHARK, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-D3202VFWPO/G-HB UFO, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 2MP, POE

IIP-D3302FPO/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 3MP, POE
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IIP-D3502FPO/4 SNOWBALL, IP outdoor IR LED dome camera, 5MP, POE

IIP-SP1318, IP PTZ outdoor IR LED-es speed dome camera, 1.3MP

IIP-SP2018, IP PTZ outdoor IR-LED-es speed dome camera, 2MP
Optional PC configuration:
- maximum 8 cameras: 4 core processor (I5).
- maximum 32 kameráig: 4 core processor (I7).
2. Optional IDENTIVISION IP NVR recorders:

IIP-N4120 MEGASTORE

IIP-N411S MEGASTORE

IIP-N810 MEGASTORE

IIP-N411SPOE MEGASTORE

IIP-N820 MEGASTORE
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IIP-N810SPOE MEGASTORE
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IIP-N3210ECO MEGASTORE

IIP-N820SPOE MEGASTORE

IIP-N1641 MEGASTORE

IIP-N2480 MEGASTORE
3. Optional IDENTIVISION IP hibrid recorders:
- ICR-H4296
- ICR-PH8096i PIONEER
- ICR-PH8196i PIONEER
- ICR-PH8296i PIONEER
- ICR-PH16196i PIONEER
- ICR-SD1496J
- ICR-SD1496
- ICR-SD1896
4. Optional micro SD card:
- only with devices with SD card support
- SD compatible IIP IP cameras:

IIP-CB3100FWL

IIP-L3302VFWPOSD PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 3MP, POE, SD

IIP-L3502VFWPOSD PENTA, IP IR LED camera, 5MP, POE, SD
- Type: max 32GB Micro SD card
- Recording time: 32GB / max. 1MP resolution /25fps, up to 4 days
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