ALI-NP3012RH 2.0 MP Smart IP Bullet Camera Quick Installation Guide microSD card slot, reset button, CVBS video port inside. This document guides you through the basic steps to install and configure the ALI-NP3012RH camera. The camera features: • 2.0 MP high resolution sensor • 4.7 - 94 mm motorized vari-focal lens • HD real-time video up to 1920 x 1080 with tri-streaming and H.264 compression • Smart detection including Intrusion, Line Crossing, Object left/removal, Face, Audio Surge, etc. • Smart IR LED array with illumination up to 390 feet • Supports distortion correction • 3D-DNR noise reduction, 120dB Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) • Dual power capable - Power over Ethernet (PoE) or 12 Vdc • Internal heater for environments as cold as -40˚ F • Weatherproof - IP67 rated • Internal microSD card storage up to 128GB (card not provided) • 2-way Audio I/O, Alarm I/O Hook for safety cable Camera base locator pins Mounting screw hole (4) Top (up) Hole for camera mounting screw (4) Bottom (down) Cable access through mounting surface Conduit port (2) For more information about the software features of this camera, please refer to the ALIBI IP Camera V3 Software User Manual, available from your retailer. Junction box detail What’s in the box Your camera includes the following items: Junction box assembly (see detail below) • Camera mounting base • • Sun Shield • • • • CD-ROM with manuals and ALIBI Power Tools utilities Drill template Waterproof RJ-45 LAN coupling Junction Box Gang box adapter plate (not shown) Security wrench Mounting hardware Waterproof LAN coupling Articulated mounting bracket Camera body Lens Safety cable Step 1. Install the camera The camera includes hardware to install it directly to the Junction box provided, to a mounting surface (without the junction box), or to a double-gang electrical box using the adapter plate provided. When using the junction box, camera LAN and power drop cables can attach to extension cables inside the box. The camera with or without the junction box can be installed on a ceiling (horizontal surface) or wall (vertical surface). To install the camera, do one of the following: To mount the camera using the Junction box 12 Vdc,power and ground terminations Alarm In/Out terminals Audio In/Out connectors 1 www.observint.com LAN (RJ-45) connector CVBS Out 1. Remove the cover on the underside of the camera, and then install a microSD card. The card can have a capacity up to 128 GB. Reinstall the cover. 2. Determine the best fasteners for securing the Junction box to mounting surface. The mounting hardware provided is suitable for most surfaces. 3. Remove the junction box from the camera assembly by loosing the four captive screws. 4. Attach the drill template to the surface. Mark the location of the Junction box mounting screw holes. If routing extension cables for the LAN, power, alarm devices, etc. through the mounting surface, mark the location for that hole too. NOTE: When installing the box onto a wall, observe the orientation for TOP and BOTTOM orientation markings inside the box and on the camera mounting base, and orient the drill template properly. ALI-NP3012RH_CQ 161129 Double-gang box Mounting surface Junction box Adapter plate Safety cable Orientation mark Orientation mark Camera Camera Drill template Junction box mounting screws (4) Adapter plate mounting screws (4) Mounting base screws (4) Mounting base screws (4) 5. Drill holes in the mounting surface for the mounting screws and extension cables (if necessary). 6. Secure the Junction box to the mounting surface using appropriate fasteners. 7. Attach the camera safety cable to the safety hook inside the junction box. 8. Route the network LAN, audio, alarm and power extension cables between the junction box and the devices they connect to. Do not apply power to the extension cables at this time. 3. Remove the junction box from the camera assembly by loosing the four mounting base captive screws. 4. Attach the adapter plate to the double-gang box using at least two (2) screws. 5. Route the network LAN, audio, alarm and power extension cables between the devices they connect to and out through the adapter plate. Do not apply power to the extension cables at this time. 10. Secure the camera to the junction box with four (4) screws. 6. Connect the extension cables to the camera drop cables. 11. Apply power to the camera. 7. Secure the camera to the adapter plate with four (4) screws. 8. Apply power to the camera. 9. Connect the extension cables to the camera drop cables. To mount the camera onto a surface without the junction box For this mounting option, the drop cables can be routed through the mounting surface, or through the cable channel in the mounting base. Mounting surface Cable channel Step 2. Install the Alibi Discovery Tool Alibi Discovery Tool is a software utility used to “discover” Alibi cameras and NVRs/DVRs installed on the physical Ethernet network (LAN) and change their network settings. Discovery Tool is provided on the CD with your camera and is contained in Alibi Power Tools. To use Discovery Tool: 1. Insert the software CD provided with your camera into an optical drive on the Microsoft Windows computer you will use to access your camera on the LAN. 2. On the CD, find the folder that contains the Alibi Power Tools (Alibi Tools Utility). 3. Install Alibi Power Tools. Refer to the ALIBI™ Power Tools Installation and User Manual also provided on the CD. When the program opens, the following screen appears. 4. Double click on the Discovery Tool icon. The tool will automatically discover Alibi cameras and recorders installed on the network. Camera Mounting base screws (4) 1. Determine the best fasteners for securing the camera mounting base to mounting surface. The mounting hardware provided may be suitable for some surfaces. 2. Remove the junction box from the camera assembly by removing the four mounting base captive screws. 3. Using the camera mounting base as a template, mark the locations of the holes for the mounting screws. Also mark the location of a hole for the camera drop cables if needed. 4. Route the network LAN, audio, alarm and power extension cables between the camera and the devices they connect to. 5. Connect the extension cables to the camera drop cables. 6. Secure the camera to the mounting surface with four (4) screws. 7. Apply power to the camera. To mount the camera onto an electrical box 1. Install a double-gang electrical box at the location where the camera will be installed. 2. Attach the gang box adapter plate provided to the electrical box using four (4) screws. 2 www.observint.com © 2016 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. In the example screen shown above, an ALI-NP1013VRH camera was discovered. Notice that the IP address of the camera is 192.168.1.64 (default IP address). This camera, although configured for a subnet that is probably foreign to the network it is installed on, is still found by the tool. 5. »» To change the network settings of the camera to be compatible with the subnet where it is installed, do the following: a. b. »» Click on the device to highlight it. Notice that the network parameters for the device populate the fields in the right frame. If the IPv4 Address shown for the camera is something other than 192.168.1.64 (default IP address) and the camera is new or was reset to its factory default configuration, the camera did find a DHCP server on the network and acquired new network parameters that are compatible with the network. If necessary, change the parameters in the right pane to values that you prefer and are compatible with the network. An example is shown in the screen above. c. Enter the admin password for the camera in the Password field. The default admin user password for Alibi cameras is 1111. d. Click the Modify button. The new IP address, port, and other settings will change and appear in the list with the device you modified. Modify the network settings to values compatible with the subnet where it is installed: If the IPv4 Address shown for the camera is 192.168.1.64 (default IP address) and the camera is new (un-configured) or was reset to its factory default state, the camera did not find a DHCP server on the network. Modify the parameters in the right pane to values you prefer and are compatible with the network. An example is shown in the screen below. 6. Close the Alibi Tools Utility by clicking the Close icon ( T ) in the upper-right corner of the screen. Step 3. Remote login To access the camera from a computer on the LAN: 3 www.observint.com 1. Log into the operating system as a user with administrative privileges. 2. Open the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser on your compute and enter the IP address of the camera in the URL field. In the example below, the IP address of the camera is 192.168.1.64. © 2016 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. 3. 4. In the login window, enter a User Name and Password with Administrator privileges in the appropriate fields, then click Login. The default User Name and Password for Alibi cameras is admin and 1111. d. Allow the plug-in installation to complete. When the following window appears, click Finish. Observint recommends using strong passwords in all of your surveillance devices. Strong passwords have a minimum of 8 characters with upper case and lower letters, numbers and special characters. And we recommend you reset your password regularly, especially in high security systems. Resetting the password monthly or weekly will better protect your security system from hackers and criminals. If this login is the first login to an Alibi camera from your computer and browser, continue with the following sub-steps to install a plugin: a. After a successful login to the camera, a message will appear in the middle of the Live View window requiring you to load a plug-in. Click on the message to continue. 6. b. 4 When the following screen appears, click Run to install WebComponents. If the password you enter for your camera is a weak password, the following pop-up window will appear. Follow the instructions to create a “strong” admin password. NOTE 5. c. Log into the camera again to see the Live View - Main stream window. When the following screen appears, click Run to download the plug-in (WebComponents) and continue. www.observint.com © 2016 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. Live View image Capture Record Zoom NOTE: You can also observe video from the camera by plugging the Video Test Monitor cable into the CVBS monitor connector in the camera, then attaching it to a spot monitor. Configurable parameters include parameters for Day - Night Scheduled-Switch and Auto-Switch. For Scheduled-Switch, configure the following: • • Step 4. 1. Adjust the camera for your surveillance target • While observing live video from your camera, loosen the Pan, Tilt and Rotation lock screws at least two turns using the security L-wrench provided, then move the camera to point at the center of your surveillance target. Tighten the lock screws to hold the camera in position. Pan lock screw - Pan: 0˚ ~ 360˚ Tilt lock screw Tilt: 0˚ ~ 100˚ Refer to the ALILBI IP Camera V3 Software User Manual for additional settings. Rotation lock screw Rotation: 0˚ ~ 360˚ 2. Reinstall the black liner (if removed). 3. Click the Zoom icon at the bottom of the Live View window (see above) to adjust the camera zoom. 4. Reinstall the dome assembly. Step 5. Start Time and End Time: set the time when settings change. Select either Common settings, Day settings and Night settings. Each submenu has options relative to the title. Switch Day and Night: Select either Auto-Switch or Scheduled-Switch. —— If using Auto-Switch, open the Day/Night Switch submenu to select the Sensitivity, Filtering Time, and Smart IR feature ON or OFF. —— If using Scheduled Switch, set the Start Time and End Time of the switch, then open the Day/Night Switch submenu to select the Smart IR feature ON or OFF. Also, click the Common, Day and Night tabs to set the Saturation, Hue, Brightness, Contrast and Sharpness for Day and for Night modes. Adjust the video display The video Display Settings menu includes the image-related configurable parameters for the camera. It contains several sub-menus such as Image Adjustment, Exposure Settings, Day/Night Switch, etc. that can be opened or closed for compactness. Additionally, several adjustments can be seen in the Live View image on the menu. To open the Display Settings menu, go to Setup tab | Image | Display Settings For Auto-Switch, set the following • • 5 www.observint.com Image Adjustment submenu: Open the Image adjustment submenu to set the Saturation, Hue, Brightness, Contrast and Sharpness of the video image. Each parameter can be set to a level of 0 ~ 100 either by moving the slider or entering the value in the box on the right. The effect of the adjustment will appear in the Live View image in the menu. Exposure Settings submenu: In this submenu, set the following for the best performance: —— Iris Mode: Select Auto or Manual. Some cameras may not offer both options. © 2016 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved.. Exposure Time: Value ranges from 1/3 to 1/100,000 s. The nominal value is 1/150. Adjust it according to the lightening condition. —— Gain: Set the gain to show the optimal brightness level. • Focus submenu: Select either Auto, Manual, or Semi-auto for the best performance during changing lighting conditions. • Day/Night Switch submenu: You can set the Day/Night switch to Day, Night, Auto, or Schedule. The option you select determines the submenu options. —— Day or Night: These options both have one parameter: Smart IR. —— Auto: If you select Auto switch, you can set the sensitivity (0 .. 7), filtering time and Smart IR. —— Schedule: Use Schedule to set that Start Time and End Time for the switch. Smart IR is also selectable. • Backlight Settings: Backlight settings include BLC Area (Off, Up, Down Left Right Center), the area to control, and WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) ON or OFF. • White Balance: White Balance selection is used to correct colors in the image depending on the lighting source. You can also set the white balance manually (MWB), using Automatic White Balance (AWB1), and lock the white balance setting (Locked WB). • Image Enhancement: Options in this submenu include Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) ON or OFF. If ON, you can also adjust the level of noise reduction. • Video Adjustment: Video Adjustment includes: —— Mirror: Mirror adjustment enables you to flip the image (Up/Down), flip Left/Right (reflect or Center). —— Rotate: Rotate rotates the image +90 degrees. Reverses the aspect ratio. Useful for viewing long hallways from a ceiling mount installation. —— Video Standard: Select 60 Hz for NTSC format. —— Capture Mode: To make a complete use of the 16:9 aspect ratio, you can enable the capture mode when you use the camera in a narrow view scene Refer to the ALILBI IP Camera V3 Software User Manual for additional settings. —— Step 6. Change default password Observint Technologies strongly recommends that you change the default admin user password in your camera from “1111” to a different code to help protect against unauthorized access. You must login to the camera with the admin user name to change the admin password. To change the admin password: Camera Reset To Reset the camera to its factory default configuration, press and hold the Reset button, located beneath the cover on the underside of the camera, for 10 seconds during power on or reboot. Specifications Camera Image Sensor 1/2.8” Progressive Scan CMOS Resolution Up to 1920 x 1080 Effective Pixels Approx. 2.0 Megapixel Minimum Illumination 0.005 Lux, @ (F1.2 AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR 0.007 Lux, @ (F1.4 AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR Day/Night IR Cut Filter with auto switch Electronic Shutter (sec) 1/3 s ~ 1/100,000 s Slow shutter Support Auto-iris DC drive Wide Dynamic Range 120 dB Noise Reduction 3D DNR IR Illuminators Smart IR Array, 850 nm Lens Lens 4.7 ~ 94 mm @ F1.4 angle of view: 53.8° ~ 3.1° Lens Mount AF automatic focusing and motorized zoom lens Focal Length 4.7 ~ 94 mm Auto Iris DC drive Focus Auto/Semiautomatic/Manual Horizontal Viewing Angle 91.2° (Wide) ~ 28.3° (Tele) Video Video Compression Format H.264+ / H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4 H.264 type Baseline Profile / Main Profile / High Profile Frame Rate 60 Hz: 60 fps (1920 × 1080) / (1280 × 960) / (1280 × 720) 1. Click the Setup tab, and then click System in the left frame. 2. Click the User Management tab in the menu on the right. Third Stream Independent with Main Stream and Sub Stream, up to 60 Hz: 1 fps (1920 × 1080) 3. Click the admin User Name to select (highlight) it, and then click the Modify button. The Modify User pop-up window will open. Video Bit Rate 32 kbps ~ 16 Mbps Audio Environment Noise Filtering Support Audio I/O Support dual audio track, stereo Audio Sampling Rate 16kHz / 32kHz / 44.1kHz / 48kHz Audio Compression G.711 / G.722.1 / G.726 / MP2L2 Audio Bit Rate 64 Kbps (G.711) / 16 Kbps (G.722.1) / 16 Kbps (G.726) / 32-128 Kbps (MP2L2) Features Motion Detection Yes Event Notification Alarm Output, Email, FTP Privacy Mask Yes ROI Encoding Up to 24 areas with adjustable levels Defog Yes Video Analytics Line Crossing Detection, Intrusion detection, Region entrance, Region exiting, Unattended baggage, Object removal, Scene change detection, Sudden audio increase/decrease detection, Defocus detection, Face Detection, Object Counting Interface 4. 5. 6 Audio 1-ch 3.5 mm audio in (Mic in / Line in)/out interface In both the Password and Confirm fields, enter a new password. The password can contain 0 .. 9, A .. Z, and a .. z. Record your new password for future reference. Communication Interface 1 RJ45 10M / 100M / 1000M Ethernet port, 1 RS-485 interface Alarm 1 input, 1 output (up to 24 Vdc 1A or 110 Vac 500 mA) Click the OK button at the bottom of the window. Video Output 1 Vp-p composite output (75 Ω/BNC) On-board storage Built-in Micro SD / SDHC / SDXC slot, up to 128 GB Reset Button Yes www.observint.com © 2016 Observint Technologies. All rights reserved. Network Network Storage NAS (Support NFS,SMB/CIFS), ANR Alarm Trigger Motion detection, Tampering alarm, Network disconnect, IP address conflict, Storage exception Protocols TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP, SMTP, SNMP, IGMP, 802.1X, QoS, IPv6, Bonjour Security User Authentication, Watermark, IP address filtering, Anonymous access Standard ONVIF (PROFILE S,PROFILE G), PSIA, CGI, ISAPI Smart features Behavior Analysis Line crossing detection, Intrusion detection, Region entrance, Region exiting, Unattended baggage, Object removal Line Crossing Detection Cross a pre-defined virtual line Intrusion Detection Enter and loiter in a pre-defined virtual region Region Entrance Enter a pre-defined virtual region from the outside place Region Exiting Exit from a pre-defined virtual region Unattended Baggage Objects left over in the pre-defined region such as the baggage, purse, dangerous materials Object Removal Objects removed from the pre-defined region, such as the exhibits on display. Exception Detections Scene change detection, Sudden audio increase/decrease detection, Audio loss detection, Defocus detection Recognition Face detection recognition Statistics Object Counting (Entrance and Exit object number is accounted and showed on screen in real time) General Power Requirements 12 Vdc ± 10%, PoE (802.3at) Power Consumption DC: 10.8 W, PoE: 14 W IR Array Range 390 ft (120 m) Weight 4.41 lbs Dimensions 4.09" H x 3.94"W x 12.28" D Operating Temperature -22°F ~ 140°F (heater off), -40°F ~ 140°F (heater on) Operating Humidity 0% ~ 95% RH, Non-condensing Ingress Protection IP67 Color White/Black Material Aluminum (body), Polycarbonate (lens cover) Approvals CE, FCC, RoHS System Requirements Operating System Microsoft®Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, Apple® OSX Processor Intel® Pentium® 4 3.0 GHz or later Memory 1GB or above RAM Display 1024 x 768 resolution or higher Web Browser Internet Explorer® 6.0 or above, Apple® Safari® 5.02 or above, Mozilla® Firefox® 3.5 or above Supplied Accessories CD ROM (User’s Guide, Installation Tools) Quick Installation Guide Mounting Hardware and Template Junction box Gang box adapter plate 7 www.observint.com © 2016 Observint Technologies. 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