DVS-8501D - CTC Union
DVS-8501D
1 Channel H.264 Video Decoder
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Table of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION....................................................................... 5
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
Welcome ..........................................................................................5
What is IP Surveillance?...................................................................5
IP Surveillance Benefits....................................................................6
Network Video Recording.................................................................6
Quick Install Steps............................................................................6
2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ................................................. 7
2.1. Hardware Specification.....................................................................7
3. HARDWARE AND SETTING.................................................... 9
3.1. Package Contents ............................................................................9
3.2. Overview : Front panel...................................................................9
3.3. Overview : Back Panel .....................................................................9
4. HOW TO ACCESS UNIT ........................................................ 10
4.1. Default Setting................................................................................10
4.2. Windows UPnP .............................................................................. 11
4.3. CTCU UPnP Finder........................................................................12
5. BASIC SETTING .................................................................... 13
5.1. System ...........................................................................................13
5.1.1. System Information ................................................................................... 13
5.1.2. Initialize ..................................................................................................... 14
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
Video & Audio.................................................................................15
Play List..........................................................................................16
Video & Audio Info..........................................................................17
Network ..........................................................................................18
5.5.1. Network Information .................................................................................. 18
5.5.2. PPPOE ...................................................................................................... 19
5.5.3. DDNS ........................................................................................................ 20
5.5.4. UPnP ......................................................................................................... 21
5.5.5. SNMP ........................................................................................................ 22
5.5.6. HTTPS....................................................................................................... 24
5.5.7. IP Notification ............................................................................................ 25
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6. ADVANCED SETTING ........................................................... 26
6.1. PTZ Setting ....................................................................................26
6.1.1. PTZ Connector .......................................................................................... 26
6.1.2. PTZ Keyboard ........................................................................................... 27
6.2. SMTP .............................................................................................28
6.3. SMS ...............................................................................................29
6.4. Alarm Setting..................................................................................30
6.4.1. I/O Connector ............................................................................................ 30
6.4.2. Alarm Input ................................................................................................ 30
6.5. Disconnection Alarm.......................................................................31
6.5.1. Network ..................................................................................................... 31
6.5.2. Video ......................................................................................................... 32
6.6. Alarm Output ..................................................................................33
6.7. VGA................................................................................................34
7. ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT ................................................... 35
7.1. Admin .............................................................................................35
8. SYSTEM LOG......................................................................... 36
9. TROUBLE SHOOTING........................................................... 37
9.1. Reset to factory setting...................................................................37
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1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1. Welcome
Thank you for purchasing DVS-8501D, 1 channel, D1 H.264 Digital Video Decoder
developed by CTC Union Technologies Company, Limited. For a better
understanding, please read this manual before operating the DVS-8501D unit.
This installation guide provides instructions for installing the DVS-8501D Video
Decoder on your network. To check for any product updates or latest release of the
product User’s Manual, please visit www.ctcu.com.
1.2. What is IP Surveillance?
IP-Surveillance is a term for a security system that gives users the ability to monitor
and record video and/or audio over an IP (Internet Protocol-based) computer
network such as a local area network (LAN) or the Internet. In a simple
IP-Surveillance system, this involves the use of a network camera (or an analog
camera with a video decoder/Video Decoder), a network switch, a PC for viewing,
managing and storing video, and video management software.
Unlike analog video systems that use dedicated point-to-point analog cabling from
the camera location to the viewing/recording station, IP-Surveillance (or network
video) uses the IP network technology as the backbone for transporting information.
In an IP-Surveillance application, digitized video and/or audio streams can be sent
to any location, even around the world, if desired, via a wired and/or wireless IP
network, enabling video monitoring and recording from anywhere with network
access.
While an analog video system is for the most part a one-directional signal carrier
that ends at the recording device, a network video system is bi-directional (allowing
information to be sent and received) and can be an integrated part of a larger,
scalable system. A network camera, for instance, can send video and audio to a
user, as well as receive from the user audio and data instructions that could, for
example, activate doors or external alarms. In addition, a network video system can
communicate with several applications in parallel and perform various tasks such as
detecting motion or sending different streams of video. Such a system provides for
greater performance possibilities and flexibility.
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1.3. IP Surveillance Benefits
The benefits of digital surveillance are many. At the camera level, the scalability of
an IP-based system grows from a single camera to thousands in single unit
increments, compared with 16-camera or channel steps for DVR or PC-based
systems. In addition, any camera can be provided with any frame rate at any time,
and frame rate and storage capacity can be increased simply by adding hard drives
and PC servers. Moreover, IP allows "intelligent" functionality of camera, such as
motion detection, sensor input, relay output and alarm triggering or even advanced
intelligence like 'object left' or 'object missing'. Faster system integration allows one
network that controls audio, video and data with remote accessibility of live or
stored video streams from any location with increased reliability through real-time
management software.
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Network Video Recording
IP-based systems employ an NVR (network video recorder) rather than a DVR. The
NVR is a server, using software that receives video streams of all digital video
sources or analog cameras from the network and stores the content on a hard disk.
Because they are IP based, Network Video Recorders can be managed remotely
via a LAN or over the Internet giving greater flexibility. Capable of recording at super
high resolutions and at speeds of up to 480 pictures per second, the NVR offers
unmatched versatility.
1.5.
Quick Install Steps
Follow these steps to install the 8501D Video Decoder on your local network (LAN) :
1. Check the package contents against the list below.
2. Connect the Video Decoder. See page
3. Set an IP address. See page for information on the available methods.
4. Set the password. See page
5. Connect with Internet Explorer.
6. Configure Video settings
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
2.1.
Hardware Specification
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HARDWARE AND SETTING
3.1.
Package Contents
Video Decoder
CTC Union DVS-8501D 1 channel Video Decoder
Power Adapter
Country-specific
CD
3.2.
User manual Documents
Overview :
Front panel
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1. RJ-45 Ethernet port.
2. PTZ DI/DO. User can control camera by this PTZ port or connect
digital alarm.
3. Audio In
4. Audio Out
5. Video Out
6. PWR. When power on, there is green LED.
7. Link. When connect to a network device, there is green LED.
8. VGA Out
9. Reset Button
3.3.
Overview : Back Panel
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1. Power Switch.
2. Power Joint, 100~240VAC,47~63Hz
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4.
HOW TO ACCESS UNIT
4.1.
Default Setting
Connect the DVS-8501D with the computer through a UTP cable directly.
Execute Internet Explorer browser (I.E. is the only supported WEB
browser now). If there is a DHCP server in local LAN, please key-in the IP
address from DHCP server on address bar. If not, please use the default
IP “192.168.0.200” to access the device initially.
Please make sure the Video Decoder and your PC are on the same
network segment before running the installation. Check it out in the
TCP/IP setting in the “Local Area Connection Properties” of the
DVS-8501D under the “Network Connection”.
Set up your LAN IP here as below:
IP address: 192.168.0.XXX
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Note: XXX from 1 to 254, except
the number that already assigned
to the device. (Here it is 101)
When the connection is successful, the login page will show up in the I.E
browser. The default username and password are both “admin”
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Note : Default username and password can be changed by clicking “Account” then
clicking “Admin”
4.2.
Windows UPnP
Open the Windows UPnP in “My Network Places” to show the detected
UPnP devices normally. (Refer to the red circle in the below picture)
When the DVS is connected to the LAN properly, the Windows UPnP will
show the corresponding icon in the list.
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4.3.
CTCU UPnP Finder
Besides Windows UPnP, CTCU UPnP Finder can also help detect the
UPnP devices that are connected to the network.
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5.
BASIC SETTING
This page includes information of “Product name”, “Firmware Version”, and
“Hardware version”.
5.1.
System
5.1.1. System Information
This page includes information on “Product name”, “Firmware Version”,
and “Hardware version”.
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5.1.2. Initialize
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Reboot:Click this button will reboot the device.
z
Factory default:Click this to get back factory default. After reset,
sever will reboot automatically.
z
Backup: Click to save a config file into PC.
z
Restore: Click to restore a config file into encode server. All
setting will get back to previous one.
z
Kernel upgrade: Click to upgrade device kernel.
z
File system upgrade: Click to upgrade device kernel.
z
Firmware update: Click to upgrade firmware.
z
Logo update: Click to change homepage logo. Please use
850x50 gif formats to replace old one.
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5.2.
Video & Audio
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Video Out: Please select video format according to the camera type.
z
Audio In: Turn on or off
z
Mode:Play Single: Only plays one channel on screen
“Audio In” function
Play Muti-channel: Play muti-channel. Switching cycle could
be changed in “Channel Switch period”
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Video Source:
Sequence Number: Video decoder could receive 64 video encoder
sources. There are 64 setup profile for using.
IP Address: Input video encoder here.
Control port: Camera control port.
User Name: Input video encoder user name.
Password: Input video encoder password.
Channel: Select the channel you want to use. There is a test button
for testing.
Media Type: Select video output type: “Video & Audio” or “Video”
only.
Media stream: Select which stream you want to receive from
encoder.
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5.3.
Play List
zList on the left shows all video source information. Including IP address
and channel.
zSelect an “IP channel” from list of left. Click ====>> to add to play list.
zSelect an “IP channel” from list of right. Click <<==== to remove from
play list.
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5.4.
Video & Audio Info
z Shows all information of video source. Including: IP, channel, media
type and media stream
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5.5.
Network
5.5.1. Network Information
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MAC address : Shows the device MAC address.
Automatically(DHCP) : Set device to DHCP client mode
Manual : Manually set IP, subnet and default gateway.
DNS Server
o Auto : Get DNS server IP automatically via DHCP.
o Manual : Set DNS IP manually.
o Primary DNS : Input primary DNS server IP address here.
o Secondary DNS : Input secondary DNS server IP address
here.
• HTTPS Port : Set to connect by default https port 443 or range
1024~65535
• HTTP Port : Set to connect by default http port 80 or range
1024~65535
• Stream Port : Port of video service stream. 2121, or set
manually (range 1024~65535)。
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5.5.2. PPPOE
Set to connect to Internet by PPPoE.
z IP address : Read-only. IP address from PPPoE service.
z Username ID : PPPoE username ID. Usually get from ISP.
z Password : PPPoE authentication password. Usually get from
ISP.
z DNS Server
Automatically : Get DNS IP automatically.
Manually : Set DNS IP manually.
Primary DNS : Input primary DNS server IP address here.
Secondary DNS : Input secondary DNS server IP address here.
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5.5.3. DDNS
This allow device to have DDNS domain name. Decoder will notify
a dynamic domain name server to change mapping IP in real time
(ad-hoc), the active DNS configuration of its configured hostnames,
addresses or other information.
z Server name : Select a DDNS server from Pull-down menu.
z User ID : Input DDNS ID for DDNS server.
z Password : DDNS authentication password.
z Host name : Hostname which is registered on DDNS server.
z Note : Before using this function, please register an account
from DDNS service provider.
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5.5.4. UPnP
UPnP helps user to find this machine easily. It will open service
ports on local LAN UPnP router. It allows easier access to this
device from the Internet.
z HTTP port : HTTP connected port. Use the default 80 or set
manually (range 1024~65535)
z SSL port : Https security connection port setting. Use the
default 443 or set manually. (range 1024~65535)
z H.264 port : Set video stream port (range 1024~65535)
z H.264 SSL port : Input security connection port (range
1024~65535)
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5.5.5. SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a widely used
protocol for monitoring the health and welfare of network
equipment.
SNMP_TRAP
z Trap Information : Turn on or off SNMP service.
z Receiver IP : SNMP information receiver IP.
z Community string : Input SNMP server string to communicate
with SNMP manager.
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SNMP_MANAGER
z Manager IP : Input SNMP manager's IP address.
z Community string : Input SNMP community string
communicate with SNMP manager.
z Access : Let user “read” or “read and write” on device.
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5.5.6. HTTPS
Https is a URL scheme used to create a secure HTTP connection.
It is syntactically identical to the http : // scheme normally used for
accessing resources using HTTP. Select “on” to start to setup.
z Create & install : Click “create self-signed certificate” to
create a certificate
z Installed Certificate Subject Name :
show or remove
certificate.
z HTTPS connection policy : Three policies can be choosing.
(HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP&HTTPS)
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5.5.7. IP Notification
Notify user by E-mail, when device is using a new IP. Select “on” to
turn on.
z Notify Type : Select which condition to send notification.
z SMTP Server name : Input SMTP server name or IP address
here.
z SMTP server port : Use default SMTP port or user-defined
(range 1024~65535)
z Authentication : Select authentication type according to your
SMTP server (mail server).
z Receiver mail address : There are five receivers acceptable.
z Sender mail address : Input sender's E-mail address here.
z Subject : Mail subject
z Message : Mail text
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6.
ADVANCED SETTING
6.1.
PTZ Setting
6.1.1. PTZ Connector
8501D PTZ Pin assignment allocation (Mini din9P)
No.
Definition
Color
1
DI
Red
2
RS-232 TX
Yellow
3
RX-232 RX
Green
4
RS-485(A)+
Blue
5
GND
Purple
6
DO
Brown
7
GND
Gray
8
RS-485(B)White
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6.1.2. PTZ Keyboard
This page lets user setup PTZ keyboard parameters.
z If turn on, below setting will be shown
z Baud Rate: Select baud rate according to the camera. Please
refer to the guide of camera.
z Protocol: There are two kinds of protocol. Pelco-D and Pelco-P
z PTZ ID: Input camera ID. Range from 1 to 255.
z PTZ Port: Setup PTZ connection port.
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6.2.
SMTP
SMTP or Simple Mail Transport Protocol lets this device send image files
to specific E-mail addresses.
zSMTP : Turn this feature on or off.
zSMTP Server : Input the SMTP server IP address
zSMTP port : Use default SMTP port or user-defined (range
1024~65535)
zAuthentication : Select authentication type according to your SMTP
server.
zReceiver mail address : There are five receivers acceptable.
zSender mail address : Used as mail "from" address.
zSubject : Mail subject
zMessage : Mail text
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6.3.
SMS
Send messages to mobile devices.
zSMS switch : Turn this feature on or off.
zService provider : Select message service provider.
zUsername : Input username on SMS server.
zPassword : Input SMS server password.
zMobile Phone Number : Input receiver phone number from 1 to 5.
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6.4. Alarm Setting
6.4.1. I/O Connector
8501D IO Pin assignment allocation (Mini din 9P)
No.
Definition
Color
1
DI
Red
2
RS-232 TX
Yellow
3
RX-232 RX
Green
4
RS-485(A)+
Blue
5
GND
Purple
6
DO
Brown
7
GND
Gray
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RS-485(B)White
6.4.2. Alarm Input
z If turn on, please set trigger condition. “High” or “Low” potential.
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6.5.
Disconnection Alarm
In this page, user can set alarm for video loss and network broken.
6.5.1. Network
z Select if alarm out while network fail. Select checkbox on
“Alarm Output”
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6.5.2. Video
z While video disconnect user can set five E-mail receivers and
SMS receivers to receive the notice. Also on alarm output. Choose
the checkbox in the front of list.
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6.6.
Alarm Output
zAlarm Output: Turn on or off this function.
zOutput Level: Select high potential or low potential(Electronic)
zAlarm Duration: Input alarm duration. Unit is second.
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6.7.
VGA
There is lots of parameter for VGA output setting.
zBrightness:Range from 1 to100.
zColorness:Range from 1 to100
zContrast :Range from 1 to100
zSharpness:Range from 1 to100
zHorzonle :Range from 1 to100
zVertical:Range from 1 to100
zResolution:Three kinds of resolution, 800*600 60HZ, 1024*768 60HZ,
1280*1024 60HZ
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7.
ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT
7.1.
Admin
Administrator’s default username and password are both “admin”. This
page allows the administrator to change the password for administrator.
Action:
zInput old password to verify changing and new password twice. Click
the 'Submit' button.
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8.
SYSTEM LOG
The System Log holds a record of activity recorded by the operating system of
the DVS. This log may be viewed on the DVS or it may be configured to send
the log to a log server for centralized management.
z Remote Log : Send log to remote log server.
z Server IP : Input IP of remote log server
z Port : Remote Log Server port. (Range from 1024 ~ 65535)
z Current Log : Shows the DVS current log. When full, new data will overwrite
the oldest data in the queue.
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9.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
9.1.
Reset to factory setting
Reset Button
zPress and hold the DVS 8501D front panel "Reset" button about 8
seconds. It will automatically restore the factory settings
zDVS 8501D default IP:192.168.0.200
zIf DVS 8501D is in DHCP environment, it will get IP address
automatically.
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