i3 International Ax41V1MVR User manual

i3 International Ax41V1MVR User manual
Ax41V1MVR Megapixel
Dome Camera
Instruction Manual
CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION..................................................... 1
Product Overview ............................................................. 3
SPECIFICATION..................................................................6
INSTALLATION................................................................ 8
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these
instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
AX41V1MVR
1.1 Precautions
When installing your Annexxus system, be sure to avoid:
 excessive heat, such as direct sunlight or heating appliances
 moisture, dust, and smoke
 strong magnetic fields
 close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as radios or TV transmitters
 close to humid or excessively dusty places
 where exposed to mechanical vibrations
 close to fluorescent lamps or objects reflecting light
 under unstable light sources (may cause flickering)
 temperatures below 10° Celsius or 14° Fahrenheit and above 50° Celsius or 122° Fahrenheit for
AX41V1MVR
Power Supply
Ensure the supplied voltage meets the power consumption requirements of this camera before powering the
camera on. Incorrect voltage may cause irreparable damage to the video camera and will effectively void the
camera warranty
Cleaning
 For maximum optical clarity, the camera dome or lens must remain clean. Use a soft, dry cloth to
remove finger prints or dust from the dome cover.
 Use a blower to remove dust from the lens.
 Clean the body with a soft, dry cloth. If it is very dirty, use a cloth dampened with a small quantity of
neutral detergent, then wipe dry.
 Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene, or thinners, as they may damage the surface
finishes.
Servicing
To avoid electrical shock and to preserve the product warranty, DO NOT disassembles the camera. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
Product Overview
Key Features

Exceptional Images
This camera employs a 5MP CMOS sensor that quadruples sensitivity without blurring. The camera’s
technology provides picture with greater detail in even the most difficult lighting conditions. It delivers crisp
images that are perfect for object- and person-recognition.
Smart focus
A built-in nine-point focus indicator enables the camera to focus precisely and automatically on objects,
relieving users of the need to adjust the focus manually.
Powerful IR Illuminator
The powerful IR illuminator lights objects evenly, reducing image noise and storage requirements. The IR
illuminator activates automatically when the lighting dims to less than 10 lux. In night mode, the illuminator
enables the camera to capture images at 0 lux.

ICR Day/Night Switching
The camera incorporates a mechanical ICR filter to capture perfect pictures at any light level. The camera
switches between day and night modes automatically depending on the lighting conditions, video can
capture at 0.3-lux and black/white video at 0 lux, ensuring crisp, clear images at all times. The camera’s
megapixel resolution and mechanical ICR filter deliver sharp, detailed captures and images of distant objects
in even total darkness.

Housing Certified to IP66 and IP67
Certified to IP66 and IP67, die-cast aluminum alloy housing protects the camera against extremely bad
weather, making it perfect for outdoor surveillance.
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Easy Installation
The cable-management bracket enables easy installation in any location, including walls, surfaces, and
ceilings. The camera’s built-in user-friendly I/O connectors also help reduce installation time and
maintenance costs.
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
SD Memory Card Storage
The camera is equipped with an SD card that enables round-the-clock monitoring, ensuring that the camera
can store captured images even in the event that its network connection goes down. The camera delivers allday surveillance and round-the-clock security.
Camera Overview
2.0 Camera Parts and Definition
1. Power In (Red+/Black-): power connector, DC12V/AC24V
2. RJ-45 Ethernet Connector: network connection. Support PoE (Power over Ethernet)
3. BNC: video output
4. Audio Out (Green): audio output
5. Audio In (Red): audio input
6. Alarm Out (Orange): alarm signal output port
RS485+(Green): function reserved
RS485- (Yellow): function reserved
7. GND: ground (electricity) in electrical circuits
Alarm In (Red): alarm signal input port
Alarm Reset (Brown): for resetting an external alarm device
8. Level adjustment: for future use
9. Monitor: video out
10. SD card slot: insert a SD card for image storage
11. Zoom lever: adjust the image view
12. Focus lever: adjust picture sharpness
13. Pan adjustment: adjust the pan/tilt angle
14. Main bracket: adjust the pan angle
15. Reset: use an appropriate tool to press the button for few seconds to reset the camera
2.1 Specification
Specification
Image System
Image sensor
Effective pixels
Image Compression
Method
Resolution/ Frame Rate
Electric
Sync system
Built-in lens
Shutter time
Audio
Alarm
Motion detection
SD Card
Day & Night Mode
Minimum illumination
IR LED IR LED
IR distance
IR turn on status
LED life
TV output
Feature
BLC
White Balance
Sharpness
Saturation
Brightness
Contrast
Other
Power supply
Power requirement
Power consumption
Power connector
Environment
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage temperature
Network
Ethernet
Internet protocol
Connectors
Browser
1/2.5" 5 MP CMOS image sensor optimized for low-light
performance
2592 (H) X 1944 (V)
Triple Streaming : MPEG4 x2/ Motion JPEG x1
MPEG4: HD 720P 1280 X 720 @30fps, 640 [email protected], 352
[email protected] MJPEG: 640 X [email protected], 640 X [email protected]
Internal
f=2.7 ~ 9 mm, F1.2, Varifocal Megapixel lens
IR-corrected, Angle of view: 30◦~ 101◦(Horizontal)
AES 1/10000 to 1/3.75 sec
Two-way Mono Audio, Full-duplex, G.711 PCM 8kHz 64kbit/s
Yes; 1x Alarm-in, 1x Alarm-out
Yes; 4 x 3 MD window & 5 level sensitivity
Support micro SDHC card (up to 32 Gb)
Mechanical ICR Filter
IR LED OFF: 0.3lux (F1.2, 50 IRE)
IR LED ON: 0lux
24pcs(850nm)
25 meters (82 ft.)
Under 10 lux by auto control
More than 10,000 hours (50ºC)
720 X 480 @30fps (NTSC) 720 X 576 @25fps(PAL)
ON/Off
Auto/Daylight/Fluorescent/Incandescent
Low/ Middle/High
Low/ Middle/High
Low/ Middle/High
Low/ Middle/High
Mirror, Flip, system log, snapshot
DC12V/ AC24V±10%/ PoE(IEEE 802.3af)
When using the heater:DC24V/ AC24V±10%
< 8W (When using the heater: < 18W)
Screwless Terminal block
-10ºC ~ 50ºC (14ºF ~ 122 ºF) -40ºC ~ 50ºC (-40ºF ~ 122 ºF)
10~ 90% RH
-20ºC ~ 60ºC (-4ºF ~ 140 ºF)
10Base-T/100Base-TX
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, DNS, DHCP, NTP, FTP, RTP,RTSP,
ICMP, uPNP
RJ-45 Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX
IE browser 6.0 or above
I/O connector
Video port
Alarm port
Audio port
Mechanism
Dimensions(øxH)
Weight
Protection Class
Option
Warranty
BNC X1, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω
Terminal block
3.5mm Phone Jack
ø158mmx144mm (ø6.22" x 5.67")
1.28 kg (2.82 lb.)
IP66/IP67, vandal-proof: 1000 kg impact resistance
Without Heater With Heather
One year parts and labour
3. Camera Installation
Use the appropriate brackets and equipment to mount this camera.
After installing the camera, your network camera should be accessed from your local network. Configure
network routers first.
Package Content:
Camera x1
Screwdriver x1
Self-tapping screws (4x31mm) x3
Guide Pattern Sticker x1
Self-tapping screws (4x45mm) x3
Plastic anchor x3
Cable adaptor x1
BNC connector x1
Printed Quick Start Guide x1
Document CD x1
This section details how to set up the camera.
3.1.1 Drill the Mounting Location
1. Place the “guide pattern sticker” on the desired mounting location.
2. Drill the marked holes
3. Install the camera onto the ceiling/wall and fasten securely using the screws provided.
Use the screws to security fasten!
Rotate the main bracket
4. Adjust the pan/tilt angle: rotate the main bracket (or the pan adjustment) adjust the pan angle and rotate
the pan adjustment to adjust the tilt angle. Then adjust the camera zoom.
Zoom lever
5. Adjust focus lever: loosen the focus lever counterclockwise and adjust the focus for optimum picture
sharpness.
Focus lever
6. Install the dome cover: place the dome cover to match the screw positions and then tighten 3 screws to
lock it securely using the allen (hex) key provided.
3.1.5 Using “Smart Focus” to Adjust Focus Smartly
This network box camera provides “Smart Focus” to obtain correct focus on a subject, instead of requiring
users to adjust focus manually. 9 view zones are provided. When you obtain correct focus on each view
zone, the green light will be turned on.
1. Directly connect the video output cable to your monitor.
2. Press the reset button until the power is on.
3. The nine zones will appear in your monitor. Adjust the lens focus and symbols will be displayed on the
top left corner of each zone.
 The green light: it means each view zone’s best focus position.
 The red arrow: it means it is near the best focus position. You just need to fine-tune it.
3.2 Network Camera Diagram
Connection type: 1
Crossover direct connection
i³ iP-Pro Server
Connection type: 2
LAN
VIA a Gigabit Switch
i³ iP-Pro Server
3.3 Hardware/Software Requirement
Computer

i³ SRX-Pro/iP-Pro Version 1.610 or higher

Windows Vista or XP as OS

Internet Explorer Version 6.0 or later
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CPU: Intel Pentium 4.2 GHz or higher

Memory: 512 MB or more

VGA card--support Direct X 9.0 or above
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Power Supply
The camera requires a DC12V/AC24V/PoE power supply. Make sure you use the correct power supply
before connecting to this network camera. Use a RJ45 network connector to connect the camera to your
computer or hub switch.

Switch
A 1 Gigabit Switch is required to monitor two or more cameras from the same computer.

3.4 Connecting the Camera to a Personal Computer
This section details how to access the camera from a computer.
3.4.1 Setting IP
This is a network-based camera and must be assigned an IP address first.
Enter a default IP address manually. The camera’s default IP address is 192.0.0.16 and subnet mask
address is 255.255.255.0.

Obtain an IP address automatically from the DHCP server. You don’t need to change the camera’s IP
address if your network uses a DHCP server.

3.4.2 Connect the Camera to a Personal Computer
1. Connect the network cable to the camera and then turn on the camera’s power.
2. Set the personal computer’s IP address. The camera’s default IP address: 192.0.0.16 and subnet mask
is 255.255.255.0.
3. Check that the camera and computer are connected by pinging the IP address you have set. To do this,
start a command prompt and type the IP address you set. If the message “Reply from…” appears, it
means the connection is done.
4. Start Internet Explorer and enter the set IP address (default is http:// 192.0.0.16). A login window will
appear. Enter the default user name: admin and password: 1234 to login.
5. Install ActiveX viewer. It is required to monitor both MPEG4 and Motion-JPEG video modes.
6. Images of the camera can be viewed through Internet Explorer. Before viewing, follow these steps to
enable the display.
a. Enable Cookies as shown below:
- In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options on the Tools menu.
- On the Privacy tab, move the settings slider to Low or Accept All Cookies.
- Click OK.
b. Set “Browser setting when proxy sever is used” when a proxy server is used.
c. Change “security” in Internet options as shown below:
- On tool menu, click “Internet Option”.
- Press the Security tab.
- If the camera operates inside the intranet, click the “Intranet” icon. If the camera operates on
the Internet, click the “Internet” icon.
- Click “Custom level”. This will open the “Security Settings – Internet Zone” screen.
- Scroll down to the “ActiveX controls and plug-ins” radio buttons and enable all of them as
shown in the illustrations:
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Press OK to save the settings. Close all Internet Explorer Windows and start a new window.
This will allow the new settings to take effect.
7. Type your set IP address into the browser.
8. Then you should be able to see the camera image screen as follows:
3.5 Using “Annexxus Finder” to Search Camera’s IP Address
“Annexxus Finder” is a program which helps users finds network cameras. Please note that “Annexxus
Finder” is only compatible with Windows XP.
1. Insert the CD in the CD-ROM drive.
2. Double click “AnnexxusFinder.exer” to run the program. Follow the instructions to install.
3. After successfully installing “Annexxus Finder”, double click the “Annexxus Finder” icon which is
displayed in your desktop. An “Annexxus Finder” window will pop out. The window will display a list of
net cameras which you are using currently.
To edit user accounts for the selected IP camera, do the following:
1. Select desired camera in the Annexxus Finder software by double clicks
2. Go to the Change IP Address and enter the correct data for the IP camera
3. There is NO need for Input Password. It is ONLY pertaining to upgrading firmware
4. Live View
Live view is designed for general users to control the camera. " Video Format", “Snapshot”, “Recording LED”,
“Live” and “Setup” functions are listed on the live view. Please note, only administrators can access “Setup”
to configure camera settings.
4.1 Video Format
Select a resolution type for live view. .
4.2 Snapshot
The “Snapshot” function is for snapshot capture. Press the “Snapshot” button to take a picture which will be
automatically saved into an automatically created D:\IPCAM folder on your computer.
4.3 Recording LED
The recording LED becomes red when the alarm/event function is triggered.
5. Camera settings
Setup Button
Click on “Setup” to configure camera settings.
5.1 Image Settings
“Image” is used to change any picture setting on the camera. Remember to click “Save” to keep your
settings.
5.1.1 Image
Basic Setting
Every parameter of “Basic Setting” affects the
displayed image. Specify appropriate
parameters in the following section.


Camera Name: enter a desired network
camera name. The name will be displayed
at the top of the Live page.
Video Codec: Choose a compression mode
to be displayed in “Live View”.
Advance Setting
Advance or
Basic Button
TV System: "NTSC" and "PAL" are provided for different TV system settings.
Mirror: set images as left or right. Select ON or OFF to enable or disable this function.
Flip: set images upside down. Select ON or OFF to enable or disable this function.
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
-MJPEG Setting
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Quality: set the image’s quality as “Basic”, “Normal” or “Best”. Min=500 or max=10000
-MPEG-4_1 Setting
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Bit Rate: according to your bandwidth, specify a value for data transmission rate (kbit/s).

Frame Rate: frame rate is the image transfer speed. 5 is 5 images transmission per second, 10 is 10
images transmission per second, etc. If “Auto” is selected, the camera will decide the image transfer
speed automatically.
-MPEG-4_2 Setting
The values contained in the frame rate field are displayed depending on the value you set in the video code
field (please note that you have to press the save button to save the value you select in the video code field
first and then the corresponding values contained in the frame rate filed will be displayed for selection.) Here
lists the corresponding values.
Video Codec Field
H.264+MPEG4+ MPEG
H.264+MJPEG
H.264+MPEG4
H.264
Frame Rate Field
30, 15, 5, Auto
Bit Rate: according to your bandwidth, specify a value for data transmission rate (kbit/s).
Frame Rate: the frame rate is the image transfer speed.
5.1.2 Image Advanced Settings
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“White Balance”, “Day and Night”, “AES”, “Lumii”, “Working Environment”, “Lens Format”, “BLC”,
“Brightness”, “Contrast”, “Saturation” and “Sharpness” are provided for you to set the quality of images.
Please click the “Save” button to save your image settings.
-Advanced settings

White Balance: select a white balance mode according to external lighting condition for the best color
temperature.
- Auto: adjust the white balance automatically according to the environment conditions.
- Daylight: adjust the white balance if the external light source is daylight.
- Fluorescent: adjust the white balance if the external light source is fluorescent.
- Incandescent: adjust the white balance if the external light source is incandescent.
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Day and Night: This function detects changes in the level of light at any time of day, and then
switches to the optimum surveillance mode according to the light level.
- Auto: This mode is always on. The camera will change either to Color Mode or Black and
White Mode depending on the light level.
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AES: automatic exposure values which determine how much light passes through the camera aperture
to the focus. The higher the value, the brighter the images.

Lumii: Lumii function increases the sensitivity, reduces video noise in low light conditions, as well as
makes night images bright and clear. This function is always active.
- ON: the Lumii function is always enabled.

Working Environment:
- Normal: the camera’s color is automatically adjusted for outdoor environment.
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
Anti-Flicker: reduce color rolling for indoor environment.
Lens Format: choose an appropriate lens matching with the lens size which you have
installed.
- BLC (Backlight Compensation): this function adjusts the image to compensate for areas
that are too dark due to insufficient light.
ON: enable the BLC function.
OFF: disable the BLC function.
- Brightness: adjust the image brightness level, to “Low”, “Middle” or “High”. The default is
“Middle”.
- Contrast: adjust the image contrast level, to “Low”, “Middle” or “High”. The default is
“Middle”.
- Saturation: adjust the image saturation level, to “Low”, “Middle” or “High”. The default is
“Middle”.
- Sharpness: adjust the image sharpness level, to “Low”, “Middle” or “High”. The default is
“Middle”.
Communication:
Click “Communication” to view the current network settings, including “Network”, “FTP”, “SMTP” and “NTP”.
Configure all Network, FTP, SMTP and NTP settings in the Network section.
1. DHCP: the IP address is automatically obtained when this is checked; otherwise, uncheck it to set up
the network settings manually. If you enable the DHCP function, just specify DNS and HTTP Ports in
the below fields.
2. IP Address: specify your IP address here if you don’t select DHCP.
3. Subnet Mask: use default number: 255.255.255.0.
4. Default Gateway: leave blank as default setting. It is not required if it is not used. Please contact your
Network Administrator for Default Gateway information.
5. DNS: leave blank as default setting. It is not required if it is not used. Please contact your Network
Administrator for DNS information.
6. HTTP Port: We recommend using the default path. Contact your Network Administrator if it needs to
be changed.
7. Press “Save” to save your settings.
8.
NTP Server Setting
9. NTP Server: assign an IP address or domain name for a time server.
10. Time Zone: select a correct time zone.
5.3 System
In this section, you can configure the system settings, including “Time Stamp”, “Current Date & Time” and
“New Date & Time”.
Current Time
Display the current time on the camera. Date and time will be changed after you configure it in the “New
Time” section.
New Time
You can set the camera time by, “Synchronize with Computer Timer” and “Synchronize with NTP Server”.
Then, select a date format type. “YYYY/MM/DD’, “MM/DD/YYYY” and “DD/MM/YYYY” are choices provided.

Synchronize with Computer Timer: synchronize your camera’s date and time with the computer’s timer.

Synchronize with NTP Server: synchronize your camera’s date and time with the NTP server’s timer.
5.3.5 Update
This function is designed to update firmware. Stop all camera operations when you update firmware. Do not
turn off power or disconnect the internet connection during the firmware update process. Click “Restart
Camera” after you have updated firmware successfully.

Restart Camera – The camera is restarted without changing any settings. Typically used after updating
firmware. After clicking, a pop up will appear asking you to confirm. Click Yes.


Factory Default – Resets the camera to factory settings but keeps the Network settings. After clicking, a
pop up will appear asking you to confirm. Click Yes.
Hard factory default – Resets the camera to factory settings and will cause all parameters (including the
IP address) to be reset. After clicking, a pop up will appear asking you to confirm. Click Yes.
5.3.3 User
User List
Displays the list of users. Only two roles can be specified, administrator (admin) and guest
(viewer). If you want to delete a user, select a user and then press the “Delete User” button.
Add/Modify User
You can add a new user or modify a user’s information or authority.

To add/modify a new user, enter a user name and password. Then, specify his/her role as Admin or
Viewer.

Press “Add” to add a user or to modify a user’s password or authority
5.3.6 Logs
It displays all login and alarm records.
5.4.3 Alarm
You can set to trigger alarms on the conditions that an event or action signal has been sent to the camera.

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

Trigger an Alarm When Ethernet is Lost: set an alarm condition when Ethernet disconnected.
Digital Input: send a signal to the camera to trigger an alarm. Check it to enable this function. Then, set
digital input as “High” or “Low”
Motion Detection: this function is designed to record video once the camera detects a motion condition.
Select “Disable” to disable this function or “Enable” to enable this function.
Sensibility: set sensibility level as “Lowest”, “Low”, “Medium”, “High” or “Highest”. Or input a value from 0
to 99 in the customized threshold field. Higher number gets higher sensitivity.


Press “Save” to save your settings.
Action: Configure image transfer settings after triggering an alarm.
o Digital Output: select “OFF” to disable this function or “ON” to enable this function. If select
“ON”, choose an output file’s resolution as “Low” or “High”.
o Digital Output - If you want to set digital output function start, you need to set ON. After that,
you need to set “Active Type” (Low or High) about digital output by the hardware.

Alarm duration - The alarm time period of digital output.
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