Speco Technologies & IP-WDRB1 User manual

Speco Technologies & IP-WDRB1 User manual
Speco Technologies
IP Camera User’s Manual
IP Camera User’s Manual
(Version 1.3.2)
IP-INTB1 & IP-INTB2 & IP-WDRB1
Network Bullet Cameras
IP-INTD3 & IP-INTD4
Network Dome Cameras
IP-INTT5 & IP-T5
Network Traditional Cameras
IP-SD10X
Speed Dome Camera
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Introduction
We appreciate your purchasing our IP Network Camera.
This is a Network Camera with a built-in MPEG-4 CODEC and Streaming Server.
It uses an MPEG-4 CODEC as the Video Compression method and has a built-in Streaming Server
which allows you to monitor and record real time images in remote places over the Internet.
Our IP cameras support both Static IP and Dynamic IP addresses and can change their
Communication Ports, allowing several Network Cameras to be installed on one IP.
Our IP
cameras also permits you:
To record an Event in your own FTP server installed in a remote location.
To search / delete / down-load / replay the recorded video.
Support various wireless devices such as Mobile Phone, PDA to see real time Video in
Wireless Internet handset.
For more information or inquiry, please contact us to ;
Home Page : www.specotech.com
Telephone
:
631-957-8700
Fax
: 631-957-9142
Address
: 200 New Highway, Amityville, NY 11701
Appearance, function and specification may be changed without prior notification. Our company
assumes no responsibility for visible or invisible loss resulted from changes in policy or products.
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Important Notes
The Network Camera may be damaged by electrical and physical shock
Do not try to disassemble the products. Contact or consult the distributor or
Head Office for after sale service. There may be no Quality Assurance for the
products disassembled arbitrarily.
Do not use these products to be connected with life related device like
medical apparatus.
Do not touch the front lens of the camera. It is one of the most important
parts of the camera.
Never allow the camera face to strong light directly.
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It can damage the CCD.
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
FEATURE ............................................................................ 8
1.1.
PACKAGE ............................................................................................................ 8
1.2.
DIMENSION AND CAMERA FEATURES ................................................................... 9
1.2.1.
Dimensions .................................................................................................................................. 9
1.2.2.
Camera Feature......................................................................................................................... 11
INSTALL AND CHECK VIDEO ................................................ 14
2.1.
INSTALLATION .................................................................................................... 14
2.2.
VIDEO CHECK ................................................................................................... 14
BASIC SETTING ................................................................. 19
3.1.
CHECK NETWORK AND INSTALLATION TYPE ...................................................... 19
3.2.
INSTALLATION WITHOUT IP SHARING DEVICE (ROUTER)..................................... 20
3.2.1.
Static IP Setup........................................................................................................................... 20
3.2.2.
Dynamic IP Setup ..................................................................................................................... 23
3.3.
INSTALLATION WITH IP SHARING DEVICE (ROUTER) .......................................... 25
3.4.
CAUTIONS ......................................................................................................... 29
EXPERT SETTING ............................................................... 31
4.1.
GENERAL SETTING ............................................................................................ 33
4.1.1.
Title Setting ................................................................................................................................ 33
4.1.2.
Administrator’s ID and Password Change........................................................................... 34
4.1.3.
User Registration ...................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.4.
User List and Delete................................................................................................................. 35
4.1.5.
Skip Login
4.1.6.
Time Zone Setting .................................................................................................................... 36
4.1.7.
Set Download Route of Plug-in Type ActiveX.................................................................... 36
4.1.8.
Select Language ....................................................................................................................... 37
(Automatic Monitoring) ..................................................................................... 35
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4.2.
NETWORK SETTING ........................................................................................... 37
4.3.
VIDEO SETTING ................................................................................................. 38
4.3.1.
Video Setting ............................................................................................................................. 38
4.4.
COLOR SETTING ............................................................................................... 39
4.5.
ALARM SETTING ................................................................................................ 39
4.5.1.
Alarm Event Setting .................................................................................................................. 39
4.5.2.
Alarm Event Test ....................................................................................................................... 41
4.6.
DIO SETTING (SUPPORT FOR IP-INTT5/T5, IP-SD10X).............................. 41
4.7.
MOTION AREA SETUP........................................................................................ 42
4.8.
CAMERA SETTING(SUPPORT FOR IP-SD10X).................................................. 43
4.9.
HOMEPAGE UPDATE.......................................................................................... 44
4.10. FIRMWARE UPDATE ........................................................................................... 44
4.10.1.
Remote Upgrade....................................................................................................................... 45
4.10.2.
System Re-booting .................................................................................................................. 47
4.11. FACTORY RESET ............................................................................................... 48
5.
4.11.1.
Reset Button .............................................................................................................................. 48
4.11.2.
In reset of Factory default ...................................................................................................... 48
BASIC USE........................................................................ 50
5.1.
USE OF WEB VIEWER ........................................................................................ 50
5.2.
USE OF OSD (NOT AVAILABLE WITH IP-T5).................................................... 53
5.2.1.
Function...................................................................................................................................... 53
5.2.2.
OSD Menu Setting .................................................................................................................... 56
5.2.3.
Operating Camera OSD Menu (Intensifier Cameras) ........................................................ 57
5.2.4.
Operating WDR Camera OSD Menu (IP-WDRB1).............................................................. 77
5.2.5.
Operating Camera OSD Menu (IP-SD10X) ......................................................................... 79
5.2.6.
DIP SW SETTING ...................................................................................................................... 97
5.2.7.
ID SETTING(1-ON, 0-OFF)(110) ...................................................................................... 97
5.2.8.
PROTOCOL ................................................................................................................................ 98
5.2.9.
BAUD RATE SETTING .............................................................................................................. 98
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5.3.
USE OF IP SETTING UTILITY.............................................................................. 99
5.4.
USE OF SERVICE SERVER ................................................................................ 101
5.4.1.
User Registration .................................................................................................................... 102
5.4.2.
Camera Registration............................................................................................................... 104
5.4.3.
List of Camera ......................................................................................................................... 105
5.4.4.
Change of User’s Information.............................................................................................. 107
5.4.5.
Search Camera...................................................................................................................... 108
5.5.
SEE AND CONTROL OF STILL IMAGE IN MOBILE OR PDA ................................ 109
5.5.1.
WAP2.0 (HTML)....................................................................................................................... 109
5.5.2.
PDA(WinCE) ..............................................................................................................................112
5.6.
USE OF NVR PROGRAM ...................................................................................113
5.6.1.
Required Specification of PC and OS .................................................................................113
5.6.2.
Supported O/S .........................................................................................................................113
5.6.3.
Refer the NVR User’s Manual in the CD-ROM. .................................................................113
6.
NETWORK ENVIRONMENT ..................................................115
7.
APPENDIX........................................................................118
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1. Feature
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1.1.
Package
IP Camera User’s Manual
IP/Network Camera
Software CD
Cross LAN Cable
Accessory Pack
Quick Install Guide
Power Lead Cable
Package of Products is composed of main body of product, Software CD (NVR Program, IP Utility,
Product Manual, NVR Manual) , Quick Install Guide, Cross LAN Cable, Accessory Pack, Power Lead
Cable.
Please check before starting installation.
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1.2.
Dimension and Camera Features
1.2.1.
Dimensions
1) Bullet Camera
①
②
③
2) Dome Camera
①
②
③
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3) Traditional Camera
②
①
③
3) Speed Dome Camera
①
②
1)
Power Port: Power connection port (12 VDC)
2)
VIDEO Port : Video Output Port (BNC)
3)
③
LAN Port: LAN Connection Port ( Connect with LAN Cable for Local Network or Internet
Viewing)
LINK: LED On (When the product connects with LAN Cable)
DATA: LED On (When user connects the product to the Network)
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Camera Feature
Intensifier Cameras (Not available with IP-T5)
1)
SLC ( Speco Light Compensation )
: When the image is in front of strong background lighting, your camera
allows you to get a clear image.
2)
Intensifier: 1/3 inch double density CCD and digital processor permit high quality pictures
to be captured in very low light conditions.
3)
High Resolution:
The horizontal resolution of 540TV lines is achieved by using a
SONY CCD having Double Speed 410,000 pixels.
4)
Motion Detection: Video motion detection is built in to the camera.
5)
OSD: Full on screen control of all critical features.
6)
Reduce Noise
7)
:
A DSP chip that removes image noise efficiently in low light conditions.
Electronic Day/Night:
Allows the camera to always remain in color or to switch into B/W at
night.
8)
II.
Manual/DC Lens : You can choose MANUAL or DC LENS by using this switch.
Speed Dome Camera
1)
DVD Quality Video Streaming
2)
MPEG4, JPEG Triple stream capability
3)
100X Zoom(10X Optical Zoom with 10X digital zoom)
4)
±0.02° dome system accuracy with 1/4 micro step
5)
360° Endless Rotation
6)
Compensation function: preset position
7)
Over 200°/Sec Preset Speed
8)
Polarity Protection of Power (DC12V)
9)
Filter changeable True Day/Night
10)
Various Surveillance Functions
11)
Auto Scan / 8 Group Tour / 20 Preset positions / 8 Patterns / 8 Sectors
12)
2 Alarm input
13)
4 Privacy Masking Zones
14)
High picture quality 1/4” SuperHAD CCD
15)
High sensitivity 0.1 lux / 0.002 lux(Sense-up x128)
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Camera OSD control with client program
17)
Super Day/Night Function with Power Sensor-up engine
18)
Intelligent Pan/Tilt Controlling
19)
High-frame rate of up to 30fps at 704x480 size image
20)
4 selectable image sizes – D1,Half D1,2CIF,CIF
21)
Simultaneous access up to 20 users
22)
Intelligent motion detection and alarm trigger function
23)
Pre-alarm recording with ftp server
24)
Networking security : Password protection & Encryption
25)
Access priority setting capability
26)
Analog composite video output for local analog viewing or recording
27)
Supports [email protected], [email protected], Mobile Phone
III.
1)
WDR Camera
High picture quality 1/3” CMOS
2)
High Resolution of 540TV Line
3)
Superior Wide Dynamic Image Quality
4)
Digital pixel System
5)
Weatherproof Design with IP66
6)
Single body type stand: Protect video and power line
7)
OSD Control
-
Auto White balance
-
Automatic gain control(max.38dB)
-
Slow shutter, agc on/off
-
Lens type control
-
Auto exposure control
8)
Synchronization: Internal/External selectable
9)
Camera ID:User writable camera title
10)
MPEG4,JPEG Triple stream capability
11)
Intelligent Motion detection and alarm trigger function
12)
Pre-alarm recording
13)
Networking security: Password protection
14)
Analog composite video output for local analog viewing or recording
15)
Supports [email protected], [email protected], Mobile Phone
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2. Install and Check Video
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2.
Install and Check Video
2.1.
Installation
1)
Connect the IP Camera to the PC by LAN cable (Crossover Cable)
2)
Supply power to the camera using a 12 volt DC regulated power supply.
3)
Wait approximately 2 minutes until the Link/LED light comes on.
2.2.
Video Check
Basic network setting value of the camera is to be:
IP Address: 192.168.1.7
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
To connect THE CAMERA into the user’s PC, change the setting value of the PC network
environment.
Fig. 2―1 Network Setting of User PC
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Set IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gate-way of User’s PC with 192.168.1.50, 255.255.255.0
and 192.168.1.1 as shown on
[Fig. 2-1].
Fig. 2―2 Web Browser Input
2)
Run Web Browser as [2-2] and input 192.168.1.7 in URL and click “Enter”, then [2-3] is
shown. In case [2-3] does not appear, re-set Hardware (Reset Button in Camera) to reboot
and run Web Browser, input 192.168.1.7 in URL line and click “Enter” .
Fig. 2―3
3)
THE CAMERA Main Page
Click “Connect” Button of [Fig. 2-3].
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(1)
Fig. 2―4 User login
4)
Input ID and Password on [Fig. 2-4] to see Video.
5)
User’s Authority to see Video on THE CAMERA is as follows ;
Table 2-1 User ID, Password, Rights
User ID
User Password
Guest
Guest
PTZ (select models only)
PTZ
Rights
Monitor only
Monitor,
Control
of
P/T/Z,
Control of Relay
Audio (select models only)
Audio
Monitor, Hearing
Iaudio (select models only)
Iaudio
Monitor, Bi-directional Audio
PCAudio (select models only)
PC Audio
Monitor, P/T/Z, Relay Control,
Hearing (1 way Audio)
root
root
All Function
6)
Above [Table 2-1] is the value set in THE CAMERA. Change the User Information in
7)
Click (1) after input ID: root, Password :root in [2-4].
8)
Message Window
‘General Setting’ after installing the camera.
[2-5] appear soon, click ‘Yes’.
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Fig. 2―5 ActiveX Download
9)
Upon installation, Web Viewer [Fig. 2-6] appears and the image of the Camera can be
seen.
Fig. 2―6 Web Viewer
10)
After checking proper operation as seen on [Pic 2-6], go onto the next Chapter (3) Basic
Setting.
11)
Refer to (5) Basic Use’ to see the details of how to use Web Viewer.
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3. Basic Setting
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3.
Basic Setting
3.1.
Check Network and Installation Type
This Chapter is for basic setting of THE CAMERA. To install Hardware of the Network Camera,
basic understanding of Networking is required. Please refer to Chapter 6 in case knowledge of
Network Environment is required. There are 2 ways to install Hardware.
One is to install THE
CAMERA without IP sharing Device under Cable Modem or Leased Line, the other one is to install
THE CAMERA under an IP sharing Device , which is required necessarily under PPPoE environment,
and even under Leased Line or Cable Modem. The default IP Address of THE CAMERA is preset to
192.168.1.7 and Subnet Mask to 255.255.255.0 and Gateway to 192.168.1.1 in the factory. This
explanation is based upon default value of the factory.
Caution 1 : Check Video before installation, on ‘2. Install and Video Check’.
Caution 2 : In case using IP sharing Device, only Global IP is available.
Caution 3 : THE CAMERA does not support PPPoE. IP Sharing Device is required to connect to
THE CAMERA under PPPoE.
Installation without IP sharing device
-> For static IP, refer to
‘Static IP Setup’.
-> For dynamic IP, refer to ’ Dynamic IP Setup’.
Installation with IP sharing device
-> Should set up with Static IP. Refer to
‘Installation with IP Sharing Device’.
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3.2.
Installation without IP sharing device (Router)
3.2.1.
Static IP Setup
1)
After checking Video in ‘Video Check’, go to the next step.
2)
Connect THE CAMERA to PC with LAN Cable (Crossover Cable).
3)
Cable connection and Network Setup should be same as shown in
‘2. Install and
Video Check’.
4)
Run Web Browser and input 192.168.1.7 in URL and click ‘Enter’, then [Fig. 3-1] will
appear.
Fig. 3―1 Main Page of THE CAMERA Network Camera
5)
Click ‘Administrator’s Page’ of [Fig. 3-1], then Browser shows [3-2] Log-in
Page.
Fig. 3―2 Administrator Page Log-in
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Put ‘admin’ in ID and Password line, click ‘Login’, then [3-3] ‘Administrator's Page’
will be shown. (ID, Password of THE CAMERA is preset as admin/admin in
Administrator’s Page. Change Administrator’s ID and Password in General Setting of ‘4.
Expert Setting’
Fig. 3―3 Administrator’s Page
7)
Click “Network Setting’ in left menu on [3-3], [3-4] appears.
8)
Click ‘Static IP Address’ in ‘IP Setting’ of [3-4], and input IP Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway according to Network environment to connected THE CAMERA to.
9)
For setting of ‘DNS Server’, input DNS Address to fit with Network Environment to set.
Use DNS value normally set in PC.
10)
DNS Address must be entered.
11)
Click ‘Save’ Button of [3-4] to save setting value.
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Fig. 3―4 Network Setting
12)
Click ‘Click Here’ upon appearing of IP Change Window of [3-5].
13)
IP Change loading Page appears as [3-6], the Main Page of changed address is
connected. (Note:
You may not find the main page of changed address under
Cross Cable connection, but IP has been changed.)
Pic 3―5 IP Change
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Fig. 3―6 IP Change loading Page
14)
Remove LAN Cable (Cross Cable) connected between THE CAMERA and PC.
15)
Connect THE CAMERA to Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable).
16)
Connect PC to Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable)..
17)
Set up IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway of PC according to the Network
environment.
18)
Check
Run Web Browser on PC, input IP address set in THE CAMERA onto URL
Check if IP Setting is correct or not, referring to ‘Video Check’
and click ‘Enter’,
If Video is seen, THE CAMERA has been correctly set up.
If Video is not seen, check whether there may be a conflict of IP in the
Network, and re-check the set value of Network environment of THE
CAMERA, and Network environment of User’s PC.
3.2.2.
Dynamic IP Setup
Do not set up Dynamic IP in the camera except as a direct
connection of Cable Modem supporting Dynamic IP with the
camera.
Reset, in case IP has not been allocated to THE CAMERA in
Dynamic IP Setting, to go to Initial Value and try again.
1)
After checking Video in ‘Video Check’, then go to the next step.
2)
Connect THE CAMERA and LAN Cable (Cross Cable)
3)
Cable Connection and Network Setting should be done same as per ‘2. Install and
Video Check’.
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Go to Network Setting Page of Administrator’s Page as per 4), 5), 6), 7) of ‘Static
IP Setup’.
Fig. 3―7 Network Setting
5)
Click on ‘Dynamic IP Address’ in ‘IP Setting’.
6)
Click ‘Save’ Button.
7)
Upon completion of setting, close the Web Page and find IP of THE CAMERA in ‘IP
Utility’
program provided with Proprietary Viewer (see ‘5. Basic Use’)
8)
If the IP is found, THE CAMERA has been given an IP. But in case the IP is not found,
do a re-set
of [2-1] to go to initial value because it has not been given an IP,
then re-start the IP Setting. Once THE CAMERA has an IP, remove the LAN Cable
(Crossover Cable) connected between THE CAMERA and the PC.
9)
Connect THE CAMERA to the Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable).
10)
Connect PC to Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable).
11)
Set IP address of PC, Subnet Mask and Gateway properly according to the Network
Environment.
12)
Check
After registration of THE CAMERA in Service Server (refer to ‘Use of Service Server’ of ‘ 5.
Basic Use’,
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connect to THE CAMERA by Domain Name (Server Name) allocated to THE CAMERA.
For example, run Web Browser and input Domain Name allocated to THE CAMERA in URL.
In http://IPXXXXX.ipcam4u.net, ‘IPXXXXX’ is to be Name of Server registered in Service
Server by user.
If the initial page is shown as [3-8], check Video of THE CAMERA referring to ‘2. Install
and Video Check’.
If Video is seen, set up is properly done.
Fig. 3―8 Initial Page of THE CAMERA
3.3.
Installation with IP Sharing Device (Router)
1)
After checking Video in ‘2. Install and Video Check’, then go to the next step.
2)
Connect THE CAMERA and PC with LAN Cable (Crossover Cable).
3)
Cable Connection and Network Setting should be done same as per ‘2. Install and
Video Check’.
4)
Go to Network Setting Page of Administrator’s Page as per 4), 5), 6), 7) of ‘Static IP
5)
Click ‘Static IP Address’ in ‘IP Setting’ of [3-9], and input IP Address, Subnet Mask,
6)
For setting of ‘DNS Server’, input DNS Address to fit with Network Environment to set.
Setup’.
Default Gateway according to Network environment to connected THE CAMERA to.
Use DNS value normally set in PC.
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DNS Address should be input. In case THE CAMERA is installed under IP Sharing
Device, input local IP of Router in 2
nd
DNS Server Address.
8) Click ‘Save’ Button of [3-9] to save the set value.
Fig. 3―9 Network Setting
9)
Click ‘Click Here’ upon appearing of IP Change Window of [3-10].
10)
IP Change loading Page appears as [3-11], the Main Page of changed address is
connected. (may not find the main page of changed address under Crossover Cable
connection, but IP has been changed.)
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Fig. 3―10 IP Change
11)
It is connected to the new IP set up, in 20 seconds after window of [3-11] appears.
12)
Check Video of THE CAMERA referring to
‘2. Install and Video Check’ as soon as it
is connected to the new IP.
13)
Go to Network Setting Page of Administrator’s Page as per 4), 5), 6), 7) of
IP Setup’.
Fig. 3―11 IP Change loading Page
Fig. 3―12 Port Setting
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Set Port in Port Setting Page of
[3-12]. It is required to set each different Port for
many THE CAMERA Network Cameras under 1 Router.
15)
Click ‘Save’ Button to save set value.
16)
Remove LAN Cable (Crossover Cable) connected between THE CAMERA and PC.
17)
Connect THE CAMERA to Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable).
18)
Connect PC to Network with LAN Cable (Straight Cable).
19)
Port-Forward the port designated to use THE CAMERA, in IP Sharing Device. Refer
to manual of IP Sharing Device for details.
20)
Check 1 (local check)
Run Web Browser and input IP address of THE CAMERA in URL and click ‘Enter’. If you
changed Web Server Port, you must input ‘http://IP Address:Port Number’. For example, if
you set IP address of THE CAMERA to 192.168.10.88 and changed Web Server port to 81,
you must input http://192.168.10.88:81.
Fig. 3―13 Main Page of THE CAMERA
After [3-13] appears, check Video of THE CAMERA referring to‘2. Install and Video Check’.
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Check 2 (Check from outside)
After registration of THE CAMERA in Service Server (refer to ‘‘Use of Service Server’ of ‘‘ 5.
Basic Use’,
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connect to THE CAMERA by Domain Name (Server Name) allocated to THE CAMERA.
For example, run Web Browser and input Domain Name allocated to THE CAMERA in URL.
In http://IPINTB1.ipcam4u.net , ‘IPINTB1’ is to be Name of Server registered in Service
Server by user.
If the initial page is shown, check Video of THE CAMERA referring to
‘2. Install and
Video Check’. If Video is seen, set up is properly done.
3.4.
Cautions
If the firewall is used for security purpose, THE CAMERA may not work properly. In this case, open
the port of THE CAMERA, then it will work properly. The port being used by THE CAMERA can be
checked
on ‘Port Setting’ of ‘Network Setting’ of ‘Administrator’s Page’.
Port of THE CAMERA on ex-factory is set default as follows ;
Web Connection Port: Port 80 TCP
Authentication and Control Port: Port 9000 TCP
Video Streaming Port: Port 9001 TCP
Motion Detection Control Port : Port
9005 TCP
In setting user port, do not use 1504, 1508, which port is used in THE CAMERA itself.
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Expert Setting
After registration of THE CAMERA in Service Server (refer to ‘Use of Service Server’ of ‘‘ 5.
Basic Use’’, connect to THE CAMERA by Domain Name (Server Name) allocated to THE
CAMERA. (For example, run Web Browser and input Domain Name allocated to THE
CAMERA in URL. In http://ipcam4u.net, ‘THE CAMERA’ is to be Name of Server registered
in Service Server by user)
Click ‘Administrator’s Page’ on Initial Page of THE CAMERA, login Page of [4-1] appears.
Put ‘admin’ in ID and Password line, click ‘Login’, then [4-2] ‘Administrator's Page’ will be
shown. (ID, Password of THE CAMERA is preset as admin/admin in Administrator’s Page.
Change Administrator’s ID and Password in General Setting of ‘4. Expert Setting’. )
Fig. 4―1 Administrator’s Page Login
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Fig. 4―2 Administrator’s Page
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General Setting
Fig. 4―3 General Setting
4.1.1.
Title Setting
Fig. 4―4 Title Setting
Server title is to be English without space.
Click ‘Save’ Button to save title after input name.
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Administrator’s ID and Password Change
※ Cautions : Change Administrator’s ID and Password and do not disclose the information to
others.
Administrator’s ID and Password should be English, within 20 characters, without space.
Click ‘Save’ Button to save the changed value after change Administrator’s ID and Password.
Fig. 4―5 Administrator’s ID and Password Change
Remember Administrator’s ID and Password. In case of forgetting Administrator’s ID and
Password click the camera’s ‘reset’ button to return to the initial value, and change
Administrator’s ID and Password.
4.1.3.
User Registration
This is to register an account of a user who can monitor and control Video of THE CAMERA.
Administrator’s ID and Password should be English, within 20 characters, without space. Assign
the authority to users and click ‘Save’ button. Maximum number of users to be registered is 100
people.
View Only: Monitoring only.
PTZ + Control: Monitoring, Control of P/T/Z of Camera and Relay. (select models
Audio: Monitoring, and hearing Audio of Server. (select models only)
Interactive Audio: Monitoring, Two-way Audio Communication with Camera Server
PTZ + Control + Audio: Monitoring, Control of P/T/Z of Camera and Relay, Hearing
All : Monitoring, Control of Camera P/T/Z and Relay, two-way Audio Communication
only)
(select models only)
Audio of Camera Server. (select models only)
with Camera Server, (Preset available)
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Fig. 4―6 User Registration
4.1.4.
User List and Delete
Fig. 4―7 User List
User list is available on clicking ‘List Users’ on [4-7], to check list and delete user ID in [4-8].
User ID ‘guest’, ‘PTZ’, ‘audio’, ‘Iaudio’, ‘PC Audio’, ‘root’ has be pre-registered as basic user
ID on ex-factory.
Fig. 4―8 User List
4.1.5.
Skip Login (Automatic Monitoring)
Fig. 4―9 Skip Login
Tick on ‘Skip Login’ of [4-9], and click ‘Connect ID’ and save the value, then Web Viewer will
appear automatically and Video of Camera can be seen upon connection to Home Page of THE
CAMERA.
Save ‘Connect ID’ according to user authority. If you don’t tick on ‘Skip Login’, it is available to
connect to THE CAMERA Home Page but you can see Video of Camera. In this case, input user
ID and Password for connection to see Video of Camera.
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Time Zone Setting
This is to set Time zone of location where THE CAMERA is to be installed, to set up local time
in case of monitoring from different time zone area. Select one of time zone in ‘Set Time Zone’
and save.
Fig. 4―10 Time Zone
Click ‘Display’ in [4-10] to see current time set in THE CAMERA.
Fig. 4―11 Current Time View
In case THE CAMERA does not keep correct time, click ‘Update’ Button to get new time
information from set time zone.
4.1.7.
Set Download Route of Plug-in Type ActiveX
This is to set how to download ActiveX of Web Viewer, locally or from outer Server designated.
In case setting as local download, it has a merit to use in private network without Internet. In
case of setting as download from outside, it has a merit to download the updated Active X of
Web Viewer automatically.
Fig. 4―12 Plug-in Download Route
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Select Language
This is to select language to be displayed in all Web Pages such as Administrator’s Page, Web
Viewer and Main Page of THE CAMERA.
Fig. 4―13 Select Language
It supports both English and Japanese. Click ‘Save’ Button to save the set value after select the
Language. Input ID and Password to connect Administrator’s Page, and go to
‘Home Page
Update’->’Default Home Page Setting’->’Default’, and change the main Page and Login Page of
THE CAMERA to the selected language.
4.2.
Network Setting
This is to set Network to use THE CAMERA. Set Network to fit user’s network environment in
‘3. Basic Setting ’. Change Network information to fit environment for THE CAMERA to be installed
in.
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Video Setting
Fig. 4―14 Video Setting
4.3.1.
Video Setting
Select and tick on the Channel to use, input Video format (NTSC or PAL), Compressed resolution,
Bit rate, Frame rate, Key frame. Video setting can be done automatically by pressing ‘High’,
‘Normal’, ‘Low’ according to the Network Speed at which THE CAMERA is installed.
Fig. 4―15 Video Setting
To return to default of ex-factory, click ‘Default’ of ‘Video Default Setting’
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Color Setting
This is to adjust color of channel.
Fig. 4―17 Display Color Setting
Upon adjustment of color on [4-17], then click ‘Save’ to save the setting value. In case to
return to default, click ‘Default’ to go to default. Even in this case, it is required to click ‘Save’
Button to save the setting value.
4.5.
Alarm Setting
4.5.1.
Alarm Event Setting
To get Alarm Service on THE CAMERA, go to ‘Administrator's Page’’Alarm Setting’ and tick
‘Enable’ in ‘Alarm’.
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Fig. 4―18 Alarm Setting
Designate condition to drive Event in ‘Alarm Condition’, such as Sensor Event, Motion detection
Event or Sensor + Motion detection Event, If Sensor Event is selected, make Sensor settings
Upon event situation after setting on ’Enable’ in ‘Alarm’ of ‘Alarm Event’, Event is to be transmitted
to user’s Viewer and inform detection of Event, with flickering on screen and alarm sound. (refer to
5. Basic Use).
To use SMS Service and E-mail transmitting Event to Alarm Server, go to ‘Alarm Style’-> ‘Alarm
Server’ and input Domain Name of Alarm Server (‘Alarm Server’ is defaulted as Ipcam4u.net).
To send the recorded video to FTP Server upon alarm event, go to ‘Alarm Style’-> ‘FTP’ and
input FTP Server Address, Directory, User IP and Password, FTP Directory (mandatory). Make the
user’s directory in ftp root of User’s FTP Server to get recorded files to be transmitted. Click ‘Save’
Button to save setting.
In case of setting to send Event to Alarm Server, register THE CAMERA in Service Server to use
Alarm Server (refer to ‘‘Use of Service Server’ in ‘ 5. Basic Use)
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Alarm Event Test
Click ‘Test’ of [4-18], THE CAMERA will work as if Alarm has happened. In case selected ‘Alarm
Style
->’Alarm Server’, Event is to be notified to Alarm Server and is to recorded into the
recorded file (10 seconds before and 50 seconds after Event), and to be sent to Alarm Server.
In case selected to use user FTP Server, the recorded file (10 seconds before and 50 seconds
after Event) is to be saved in FTP Server. It may take some time for Alarm Message to get to
user’s Mobile Phone or by E-mail, in some cases. If THE CAMERA has been registered in Service
Server, it is available to check the details of Event and also change the Alarm Message of E-mail
and Mobile Phone to be sent upon Event, in Alarm Server Homepage (Ipcam4u.net). Refer to
‘Use of Service Server’ in ‘ 5. Basic Use’ for details.
4.6.
DIO Setting (support for IP-INTT5/T5, IP-SD10X)
Fig. 4―19 DIO Setting
Tick on sensor to use and select type of sensor to use.
Sensor Type :
designate type of sensor, NC, NO.
Designate name of sensor to use.
4 conditions are selectable for Relay. Relay name is to be input.
Disable: Relay is not active
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Remote Control:
Local Control:
to control Relay through Internet using Viewer
Relay is on during ‘Duration’ time upon Event on Sensor, then is
off.
Remote & Local Control: Control Relay through Internet using Viewer. To be ON
during ‘Duration’ time upon event on Sensor, then to be OFF.
4.7.
Motion Area Setup
(1) Motion Area Set: Press the set button. Place the mouse curser on this area and
drag it out to the desired area.
(2) Area Clear: Cancel the former area established.
(3) Save: Please wait for 3 to 5 sec. while camera save the present setting information
by itself.
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Camera Setting(support for IP-SD10X)
Fig. 4-20 Camera Setting
It is available to pre-set Pan/Tilt/Zoom Cameras.
Preset Setting is available up to 20, but may be less than 20 for some model of Camera.
(1) OSD Menu: to activate OSD Menu.
(2) Preset No: to select the Preset Number to set up.
(3) Preset SET:
‘SET’ button is to set the current coordinate as preset location with
name recorded by user.
In 3 seconds after pushing ‘SET’ button, the Preset
coordinate is to be set. Don’t move Camera during the time (about 3 seconds).
(4) Preset Move: to move to the selected preset number.
(5) Tour No: to select the Tour Number to set up.
(6) Tour Move: to move to the selected preset number.
(7) Pattern No: to select the Pattern Number to set up.
(8) Pattern Move: to move to the selected Pattern number.
(9): Adjustment of Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Speed/Focus: to move to the location to preset by
adjusting Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus.
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Homepage Update
Fig. 4―21 Homepage Update
Homepage Update function is for user to upload the main page of THE CAMERA onto user’s
Homepage.
User’s Homepage is composed of 3 files, index.html, top.htm, main.htm. The file for user to use is
main.htm.
After making Web Page (main.htm) and save it as file name of main.htm, upload by the
function of ‘Homepage Update’, then main.htm page is to be the 1st main page of THE CAMERA.
(Image file is not uploaded in THE CAMERA.) User Homepage can’t exceed 300Kbyte.
If user wants to re-make user’s homepage into Homepage provided complimentarily, click ‘Default
HomePage Upload’.
4.10.
Firmware Update
In case firmware is upgraded in the future, Upgrade Server (http://ipcam4u.net) will
automatically upgrade Firmware of THE CAMERA. Upgrade is only supported through Network.
Information on latest version of THE CAMERA will be posted in Data Room of Speco
Technologies Homepage. (http://www.specotech.com)
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4.10.1. Remote Upgrade
Fig. 4―22 Firmware Update
Address of ‘Update Server Address’ in [4-22] is set as ‘ipcam4u.net’.
Check ‘Current Software Version’ in ‘Current Version’ of [4-22] and go ahead with update if
current version is lower than latest version. Upon clicking ‘Update’ button in [4-22] ‘Remote
Update’, [4-23] will appear.
Fig. 4―23 Firmware Update
THE CAMERA will be automatically upgraded upon clicking ‘Download’ button of [4-23]
after connecting to Upgrade Server and checking version.
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Fig. 4―24 Firmware Download
‘Downloading’ message will be shown until completion of Update as [4-24] (it may take time
according to Network situation). Upon completion of upgrade, there appears message showing
upgrade result.
[4-25] is the message showing that upgrade has been correctly done. Click ‘Restart’ in
‘System Restart’ to restart System of THE CAMERA.
Fig. 4―25 Completion of Upgrade
If [4-26] is displayed as below, this means that THE CAMERA has been upgraded to the
latest Version, there is no need to update any more.
Fig. 4―26 Check of Upgrade Version
If user found [4-27], there is a error in connection to Upgrade Server, re-check Internet
Connection or re-check DNS Server Address in ‘3. Basic Setting’ and try to upgrade again. If
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user keep finding [4-27] or can’t upgrade, contact head office of Speco Technologies
Fig. 4―27 Upgrade Server Connection Error
4.10.2. System Re-booting
This is the function to re-boot Inner Software of THE CAMERA. Click ‘Restart’ on [4-41]
‘System
Restart’ to reboot all inner program of THE CAMERA.
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Factory Reset
4.11.1. Reset Button
Press reset button for 1sec to be operated.(Red Circle)
Bullet Camera
Dome
Traditional Camera
Camera
Fig. 4―28 Factory reset button
4.11.2. In reset of Factory default
Changed to [192.168.1.7] of IP Address.
Changed to [192.168.1.1] of Gateway.
Changed the Server Login Port No. to “Default”.
Changed Web Admin Password to initial data.
Initialized DNS Number.
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5.
Basic Use
5.1.
Use of Web Viewer
Fig. 5―1 Web Viewer
Table. 5-1 Definition of Web Viewer Button Function
Display Screen reduced by 50%.
Display Screen
at 100%. Double-clicking mouse on enlarged
screen
has the same function.
Enlarge Video of a channel to 640 x 480. Double-clicking in a
selected channel has the same function.
Enlarge Video of a channel to full screen
Capture a selected channel into a BMP file
Select Relay to control. Relay name is taken from the Camera
Server
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Relay ON
Relay OFF
Select Preset to control
Select Tour to control
Select Pattern to control
Move to the selected Preset/Tour/Pattern.
Preset Tour. Move to preset location in regular sequence from No. 1
up to 200.
Move to next one after 5 seconds pause on a preset
location.
Display Camera Menu functions of Intensifier Cameras
While pressing the mouse in the direction, P/T, Camera moves. Unpressing mouse makes Camera stop. Keep pressing on screen to a
point makes the Camera move to the direction, un-pressing mouse
makes Camera stop.
Control Speed of Pan/Tilt.
‘S’ makes speed of P/T slow.
‘F’
makes speed of P/T fast. (for speed dome Cameras)
Zoom In.
Zoom Out.
Focus Near
Focus Far
Flickering
on
and Alarm Sound
Screen
Upon detection of a motion event, the border around the associated
camera picture will flash and an alarm will beep. To stop the sound,
double-click on the flashing screen.
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Table 5-2 Definition of Web Viewer Key Board
③
①
⑥
⑥
③
⑤
④
②
②
③
④
‘space ’Key’
Enlarge / reduce Screen
Number Key’
Preset Move Function,
The Number represents the Preset Number
20 Preset is controlled by Key Board
Key Board 1 ~ 0 : Preset 1 ~ Preset 10
Key Board q ~ p : Preset 11 ~ Preset 20
‘Direction Key’
Pan/Tilt of Camera
Pressing on the direction Key makes Camera move to the direction.
Un-pressing stops moving.
⑤
⑥
Same function as
Zoom-in, Zoom-out Function
‘+’ is Zoom In, Pressing the key makes doing the function. Un-pressing
stops the function
‘-‘ is Zoom Out, Pressing the key makes doing the function. Unpressing stops the function.
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Use of OSD (Not available with IP-T5)
The OSD menu of this camera can be controlled by Web Viewer.
Please refer to the ‘1.2.2 Camera Feature’ for OSD function.
5.2.1.
Function
11) Intensifier Cameras (Not available with IP-T5)
SETUP MENU
LENS option
●DC
●MANUAL
SHUTTER
●OFF
●F/L
●MANUAL
WHITE BALANCE
●ATW
●AWC
MANUAL●
●LOW
●MIDDLE
SLC
●OFF
●HIGH
AUTO GAIN
●OFF ●ON
REDUCE NOISE
●OFF ●LOW
●MIDDLE ●HIGH
INTENSIFIER
●AUTO
●OFF
NEXT PAGE
●CAMERA TITLE ●COLOR ●SYNC
●PRIVACY ●MIRROR
●DETAIL ●DEFAULT ●PAGE1
EXIT
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LANGUAGE
[NEXT PAGE]
SAVE AND EXIT
PATTERN
ALARM
SECTOR
EXIT
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: 200°/S
10
: AWB MODE
WB MODE
EXIT
PRESET ID: OFF/ON
SECTOR ID: OFF ON
COORDINATE:ON/OFF
[SYSTEM STATUS]
[INITIALIZATION]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
CAMERA ID: OFF/ON
OSD DISPLAY
EXIT
EXIT
SAVE
SAVE
: PELCO D,P
EXIT
SAVE
ALARM ACT
SECTOR SET
[PRIVACY CLEAR]
[PATTERN CLEAR]
[LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT
CAMERA MODULE: SDM100
[PREVIOS PAGE]
[REVIOUS PAGE]
[SECTOR CLEAR]
UPGRADED DATE: 06.28,06
[PRESET CLEAR]
[TOUR CLEAR]
[INITIALIZATION]
EXIT
SAVE
SECTOR END : XXX.X.XX.X
SECTOR START: XXX.X.XX.X
SECTOR ID : SECTOR01□□□
SECTOR NO : 01
FIRMWARE VER.:2.00
: 01
ALARM INPUT : OFF
01
5 ALARM SET
ALARM NO.
BAUD RATE: 2400BPS
PROTOCOL
[SYSTEM STATUS]
100%
DATA FILL
ACTION
01
SAVE AND EXIT
DWELL TIME : 03
SPEED
: QUICK
: CW
ENDLESS
: OFF/ON
END ANGLE : XXX.X.XX.X
SAVE
PATT TITLE PATTERN01□□
PATT NO.
AUTO SCAN SET
START ANGLE : XXX.X.XX.X
PAN:XXX.X.XX.X TILT:XXX.X.XX.XDIRECTION
PRESET ID: PRESET01□□□□□□□□□
5PATTERN SET
: OFF/ON
: AUTO
: OFF/ON
PRESET SET
PRESET NO: 001
DISPLAY
PRIVACY NO.: 01
PRIVACY SET
D/N MODE
BLC
PIC FLIP : OFF/ON
: OFF/ON
: OFF/ON
D ZOOM
[OSD DISPLY]
NEXT PAGE
SAVE AND EXIT
SPEED
DWELL TIME
PRESET NO : 01
TOUR STEP : 01
TOUR TITLE : TOUR01□□□□
: 01
TOUR SET
EXIT
: DISABLE
ZOOM SPEED
PRAVACY
TOUR NO.
DSS MODE
: OFF
: FAST
AUTO FLIP
TOUR
: ENGLISH
: 100°/S
MANUAL SPEED
AUTO SCAN
MIRROR
: OFF
RECOVER
CAMERA SET
: OFF/ON
CAMERA SET
FLICKER
: CAM1
DOME SET
CAMERA ID
DOME SETUP
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SPECO MAIN MENU
PRESETS
DEFAULT / INDOOR / OUTDOOR / CUSTOM
SET UP ID
DISPLAY ID : (OFF / ON)
CAMERA ID : 8 CHARACTER
ID POSITION : (UP-LEFT / UP-CENTER / UP-RIGHT
DOWN-LEFT / DOWN-RIGHT)
LENS SELECT
DC
MANUAL
WDR
AUTO
OFF
MANUAL : (WDR BIAS Range -20 to 20 / WDR RANGE 0 to 36)
WB CONTROL
ATW(Range 2K~11K)
AWB
MANUAL (Range 2K ~11K)
LOW LIGHT
SLOW SHUTTER : (SHUTTER LIMIT Range OFF~X32 /
AGC CONTROL Range 0 to 60)
AUTO D/N
SPECIAL
VIDEO : (NTSC / PAL)
FLIP : (OFF / ON)
SYNC : (L,LOCK / INT / INT2)
BACK LIGHT : (OFF / ON : BACK LIGHT ZONES)
RESOLUTION : (NORMAL / HIGH / C_NORMAL / C_HIGH)
COLOR MODE : (COLOR / B/W)
SHARPNESS : ON (Range -8 to 8) / OFF
EXIT MENU
EXIT NO CHANGE
SAVE NEW AND EXIT
RESTORE FACTORY SETTING
RELEASE VERSION
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OSD Menu Setting
When you control the OSD by using the joystick on the camera, refer to the following (select
models only)
UP
R
L
I
E
G
F
H
T
T
DOWN
When you control by the five keys on the Webviewer GUI refer to the following
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Operating Camera OSD Menu (Intensifier Cameras)
1. Press the SET button to access the SETUP mode.
SET UP menu is displayed on the monitor screen.
2. Select the desired feature using the UP or DOWN button.
Each time you press the UP or DOWN button, the arrow
indicator moves up or down.
Move the arrow indicator to the desired feature item.
3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT or
RIGHT button.
If you press RIGHT or LEFT button, it appears available status.
Press the button when gets desired feature.
4. When completed, move the arrow indicator to ‘EXIT" and press
the SET button.
Notes
You can access submenu using SET button.
For the mode with ’---‘, you may not access submenu.
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1) Setting up the LENS
Select the lens pressing the RIGHT button.
① On the SETUP menu screen, move the arrow indicator to the lens
using the UP or DOWN button.
② Select the desired feature using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
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▶When DC LENS selected, press SET button to control the
BRIGHTNESS.
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1) Shutter status and speed control
You can control brightness of the screen by the shutter speed.
① Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘SHUTTER’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② Set ‘SHUTTER’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶ OFF : Deactivation
▶ FLK(1/100) : Flicker mode
(When WDR is on, the image can flicker a little.)
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▶MANUAL : When setting shutter speed manually.
(Only for LENS mode)
You can select speed from ‘1/60’ to ‘1/200,000’sec
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▶ESC : You can control the BRIGHTNESS.
③When completed, press ‘SET’
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3) SLC (Speco Light Compensation) - BACKLIGHT
A built-in SR chip provides intelligent light level control to overcome
severe Backlight conditions.
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘BACKLIGHT’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘BACKLIGHT’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF
▶LOW
▶MIDDLE
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3) AUTO GAIN CONTROL (AGC)
AGC is to get bright picture. Higher GAIN level, getting brighter screen.
But you can get noise increase.
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘AGC’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘BACKLIGHT’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF
▶ON
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5) WHITE BALANCE (WHITE BAL.)
For color control on the screen, use ‘WHITE BALANCE’ function.
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘WHITE BALANCE’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② Set ‘WHITE BAL.’ to the desired mode using LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶ ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance)
: When color temperature is 2400~12000K, select this
mode.
(ex. A fluorescent lamp, outdoor)
▶ AWC (Auto White Balance Control)
: The white balance is automatically adjusted in a specific environment.
In order to obtain the best result, press the set button while the camera
focuses on white paper. If the environment including the light source is
changed, you have to adjust the white balance again.
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▶MANUAL : To fine adjust, select the Manual mode. You can increase
or decrease the red or blue factor while monitoring the difference on the
screen. Set to ‘MANUAL’ mode and press the SET button. Increase or
decrease the value for RED(R-Gain) and BLUE(B-Gain), watching the color
of the picture, and press the SET button when you obtain the best color.
Notes
Proper White Balance may not be obtained under the following conditions
in these cases select the AWC mode.
When the scene contains mostly high color temperature object, such as
a blue sky or sunset.
When the scene is dim.
If your camera faces fluorescent lamp directly or is installed in the place
of the changing illumination.
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6) Digital Noise Reduction (Dynamic Noise Reduction)
DNR is to reduce the noise on the screen.
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the
arrow indicator to ‘DNR’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘DNR’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF : Deactivation
▶LOW : Low reduction of the noise
▶MIDDLE : Middle reduction of the noise
▶HIGH : High reduction of the noise
Notes
If you change the ‘GAIN’ menu from AGC-L to AGC-H
sensitivity is increased as well as noise on the screen.
When selected ‘GAIN’ menu OFF, DNR will not work.
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7) INTENSIFIER
Allows you to get clear images with this function under night
or low light conditions
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the
arrow indicator to ‘Intensifier’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘Intensifier’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶AUTO : When your camera is under night or low-lighting level,
select this mode.
Notes
If you press SETUP button at ‘AUTO’ menu, you can control the
lowlight action maximum magnifications.(X2~X128)
Increasing the amount of Intensification results in brighter pictures
Under low light conditions, and may increase image lag.
Increasing the amount of intensification may cause image noise
which is to be expected as a normal condition.
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8) NEXT PAGE
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the
arrow indicator to ‘Intensifier’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘Intensifier’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
(A) CAMERA TITLE
① Press the SET button to display the SETUP menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘CAMERA TITLE’ using the UP or DOWN button.
② SET ‘ON’ using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
Notes
If the CAMERA ID feature is set to ‘OFF’, the name will not displayed
in the monitor.
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③ Press SET button to access the SETUP mode.
④ You can enter up to 15 characters.
a. Move the cursor to character-enter location by using the LEFT
or RIGHT button.
b. Select the desired character by using the UP or DOWN button.
c. Press SET button to confirm the blinking character. The first
character is saved and the cursor in the bottom of the screen
moves to the next position.
d. Repeat steps a, b and c until you create the full name you want.
e. Select the position at which the CAMERA TITLE will b located on
the screen.
Notes
If the CAMERA TITLE feature is set to ‘OFF’, the name will not displayed
in the monitor.
After erasing the character from right to left, correct the character again.
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B) COLOR
You can choose color and B/W mode electronically. (OPTION)
▶ ON : color mode
▶ OFF : B/W mode
▶ AUTO : generally color mode, B/W mode in low luminance.
Notes
OSD Key may not work for 3 seconds when the COLOR/ BW mode is
changed.
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C) SYNC
Two SYNCHRONIZATION modes are available… INTERNAL and EXTERNAL
LINE-LOCK. In LINE-LOCK mode, the camera syncs to the 60 Hz phase.
① Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow indicator
to ‘SYNC’ using the UP and DOWN button.
② SET to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶ INT : Internal synchronization
▶ L/L : If you choose ‘L/L’, you can adjust the desired phase.
- Press the SET button.
- You can adjust the desired phase from 0 to 270.
Notes
Line Lock is only available in the 24 volt AC mode of operation.
In 12 volts DC, the SYNC menu is always in the ‘INTERNAL’ mode.
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D) PRIVACY
To mask an area that you want to be private.
① Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘PRIVACY’ using the UP and DOWN button.
② SET ‘PRIVACY’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF : Deactivation
▶ON : PRIVACY mode activated
-Press the SET button.
-Move the arrow indicator to area you want to
mask.
-Set ‘ON’ using LEFT or RIGHT button.
-Press the SET button and then set the area’s
bounds
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E) REVERSE
① Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘REVERSE’ using the UP and DOWN button.
② SET ‘REVERSE’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF : Deactivation
▶ON : Make a reverse turn to RIGHT or LEFT.
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F) DETAIL
① Press the SET button to display the setup menu and move the arrow
indicator to ‘DETAIL’ using the UP and DOWN button.
② SET ‘DETAIL’ to the desired mode using the LEFT or RIGHT button.
▶OFF : Deactivation
▶ON : DETAIL control mode (level 0~31)
When the level is up, the sharpness will increase.
Control this level to get your best picture quality.
If the level is too high, you can get an unnatural image
with video noise.
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G) DEFAULT
: Use to reset your camera to FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING.
H) PAGE1
: PAGE 1 : Save the setting of NEXT PAGE function, and then
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Operating WDR Camera OSD Menu (IP-WDRB1)
OSD MENU CONTROL
CENTER KEY - Used to access menu mode.
Also used to confirm the setting
UP / DOWN KEY - Used to choose the desired menu selection.
LEFT / RIGHT KEY - Used to choose the desired menu feature adjustment.
OSD MENU ENTER / EXIT
A. OSD MENU ENTER
• Push Center Key for 2 seconds
B. OSD MENU EXIT
• Press EXIT Menu from Main Menu
• If Pressing Set Key for 2 seconds from Main Menu appears.
In this case, just press Set Key.
C. 'SAVE' and 'QUIT‘
• Left or Right Key - Selecting Menu
• Up or Down Key - Returning to Menu
1. Press the SET key to access the main setup mode.
2. Select the desired feature using the UP or Down key.
3. Change the status of the selected feature using the LEFT or RIGHT key.
MAIN MENU
A. PRESETS
• DEFAULT :
Optimized for normal scenes
• INDOOR : Optimized for indoor scenes with windows and/or glass door to capture details both indoors
and outdoors.
• OUTDOOR : Optimized for sunny outdoor scene to capture detail both in bright areas and shadows.
• CUSTOM : Change the value of the customer.
B. SETUP ID
• DISPLAY ID
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- ON :The ID name will displayed in the monitor.
- OFF : The name will not displayed in the monitor.
• CAMERA ID : Enter up to 8 characteristic.
• ID POSITION : Select the screen position of the camera ID.
C. LENS
• DC : Use When using DC lens.
• MANUAL : Use When using Manual lens.
D. WDR
• WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) : You can adjust the desired WDR BIAS from -20 to 20 and WDR
RANGE from 0 to 36
E. WB CONTROL
• ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance) : The camera automatically control the white balance in any
environment.
• AWB (Auto White Balance) : The white balance is automatically adjusted in a specific environment.
• MANUAL : Users can adjust the colors by adding or reducing the WB level.
You can adjust the desired WB level from 2K to 11K
F. LOW LIGHT
• SLOW SHUTTER : Control Image brightness by adjusting shutter speed
You can adjust the desired shutter speed from off to X32
- AGC : ON (You can adjust the desired AGC level from 0 to 60dB) or OFF (Deactivate automatic gain
control feature)
• AUTO D/N : AUTO DAY/NIGHT
G. SPECIAL
• VIDEO : NTSC or PAL SELECTION
• FLIP : HORIZONTAL REVERSE (OFF or ON)
• SYNC
- INTERNAL : Internal synchronization
- INTERNAL2 : Internal synchronization (Color Rolling Mode)
- LINE LOCK : Phase adjustment may be necessary in multiple camera installations to prevent picture
roll
when switching between cameras
• BACK LIGHT : BACK LIGHT ADJUST or SELECT AREA
• RESOLUTION : Select Resolution of CCD or PIXIM
• COLOR MODE : COLOR or B/W SELECTION
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• SHARPNESS : ON (You can adjust the desired Sharpness form -8 to 8) or OFF
H. EXIT MENU
• EXIT NO CHANGES : No change
• SAVE NEW AND EXIT : Save change
• RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS : Factory default
• RELEASE VERSION
I. PREVIOUS PAGE
• PREVIOUS PAGE : Return page
5.2.5.
Operating Camera OSD Menu (IP-SD10X)
MAIN MENU
DOME SETUP
CAMERA SET
AUTO SCAN
TOUR
PRAVACY
PATTERN
ALARM
* Use the the five keys on the WebViewer GUI “up down” to move the position and
“left right” to make selection
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A. Dome Setup
To enter Dome setup, use the five keys right to move when cursor on dome setup.
DOME SET
CAMERA ID
: CAM1□□□□□□□□□□□□
RECOVER
: OFF
MANUAL SPEED : 100°/S
AUTO FLIP
: OFF
ZOOM SPEED
: FAST
ALARM
: DISABLE
LANGUAGE : ENGLISH
[NEXT PAGE]
SAVE AND EXIT
EXIT
A-1.
DEFAULT SETTING
DOME SET - CAMERA ID
To set camera ID, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to the left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from left to right direction and
ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character from right to left direction
(Space displays when
A-2.
appears)
DOME SET - RECOVER
This feature allows the dome to work from the last setting before you use the dome
manually
(Auto scan, group tour, preset, pattern or sectors) , after the set time, even power shut
down and it turns on again.
Recover time can be programmed from 15 second to 99
seconds. The default setting is OFF.
A-3.
DOME SET - MANUAL SPEED
Manual Speed of Pan/Tilt is selectable from 100°/sec up to 150°/sec.
The default
setting is 100°/sec
A-4.
DOME SET - AUTO FLIP
Auto Flip is available and the default setting is OFF.
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select ON or OFF. The default setting is OFF.
A-5.
DOME SET – ZOOM SPEED
Zoom speeds are selectable FAST or SLOW mode.
Move five keys to the right
direction for selecting FAST or SLOW. The default setting is FAST.
A-6.
DOME SET – ALARM
All alarms are available after set as ENABLE Mode. Move five keys to right or left
direction for selecting ENABLE/DISABLE. The default setting is DISABLE.
A-7.
DOME SET – LANGUAGE
Multiple languages are selectable here including English, Italian and Polish.
Move five
keys to the right or left direction to select language. The default setting is ENGLISH.
A-8.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE]
DOME SET
SYSTEM LOCK: : OFF
[PASS WORD]
[OSD DISPLAY]
[SYSTEM STATUS]
[INITIALIZATION]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
A-8-1.
DEFAULT SETTING
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – SYSTEM LOCK
Password protection provides keeping memorized data. It cannot be adjusted by
anybody without password.
In order to enter [PASS WORD] page, system lock status
is must set as ON. Move five keys to right or left direction to select ON.
The default
setting is OFF.
A-8-2.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [PASSWORD]
To enter this page to set a password, move five keys to the right direction. The
password must be set by preset number from 001 to 255 (Default 99)
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5.2.1. OSD MAIN MENU TABLE (PAGE 54) The default setting is BLANK.
ENTER PASSWORD
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***
Press any number from 001~255 with preset button on password blank and again it on
confirm blank. Then “CONFIRMED” is displayed on the monitor and the menu will go
back to the previous page automatically.
ENTER PASSWORD
ENTER PASSWORD
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***CONFIRMED
BY ENTERING PRESET CODE
PASSWORD ***
CONFIRM ***CANCELLED
<CONFIRMED>
<CANCELLED>
If user presses wrong preset number between PASSWORD and CONFIRM,
“CANCELLED” is displayed on the monitor and if user failed 3 times, the menu will
return to the previous page automatically * After setting a Password, an operator must
press memorized password in order to enter OSD MAIN MENU, or to change the data
which is memorized originally.
* An operator must remember the password for the operation. Manufacturer doesn’t
provide a memorized password.
A-8-3.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [OSD DISPLAY]
OSD ID displayed after set ON in here and it can be hiding if selected OFF.
Move five
keys to the right or left direction in order to select OFF/ON when the cursor is located
each item.
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OSD DISPLAY
CAMERA ID
PRESET ID
SECTOR ID
COORDINATE
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
A-8-4.
:
:
:
:
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
DEFAULT SETTING
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [SYSTEM STATUS]
This page shows the information of this camera.
SYSTEM STATUS
PROTOCOL : PELCO
BAUD RATE
FIRMWARE VER.
UPGRADED DATE
CAMERA MODULE
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
D, P
: 2400 BPS
: 2.00
: 06.07,22
: SDM100
DEFAULT SETTING
- Protocol and baud rate are shown according to the dip switch setting
(Refer to page 29, 30 and 31)
- Firmware version and upgraded date will be changed if upgraded.
- Below camera modules can be set as follows.
SDM100
EN300
: SAMSUNG 10X ZOOM CAMERA MODULE.
: OPTICAL 3X MODULE (PAN FOCUS)
: Board Camera ( with Fixed Lens)
A-8-5.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – [INITIALIZATION]
To clear all memorized data for tour, preset, sector, privacy or pattern, move five keys to
the right direction when the cursor is on [INITIALIZATION]
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INITIALIZATION
[TOUR CLEAR]
[PRESET CLEAR]
[SECTOR CLEAR]
[PRIVACY CLEAR]
[PATTERN CLEAR]
[LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT]
[PREVIOUS PAGE]
- To clear memorize any data, move five keys to the right direction when cursor is on
each item.
TOUR CLEAR
TOUR CLEAR
ARE YOU SURE? YES NO
Press FOCUS NEAR button when the cursor is at YES in order to clear memorized
data.
Then flickered each item such as tour, preset, sector and so on is displayed on
the monitor about 2~3 seconds.
After this process, the menu is returned to the
previous page.
* [PRESET CLEAR], [SECTOR CLEAR], [PRIVACY CLEAR], [PATTERN CLEAR] are
same as [TOUR CLEAR].
LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT
ALL DATA INITIALIZING
ARE YOU SURE? YES NO
- To clear all data and wants returning to factory default, move five keys to the right
direction when cursor is at [LOAD OPTIMIZED DEFAULT] to enter the above page.
- Move five keys to the right or left direction in order to select YES, press FOCUS
NEAR button.
- Then “ALL DATA INITIALIZING” is displayed about 5~7 seconds and then the menu is
returned to the previous page automatically.
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DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – SAVE AND EXIT
To saving the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to the right
direction when cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.
A-10.
DOME SET – [NEXT PAGE] – EXIT
In order not to save any data and wants to escape this page, move five keys to the right
direction when cursor is at EXIT
B. CAMERA SET
CAMERA SET
FLICKER :
MIRROR :
APERTURE :
D ZOOM :
WB MODE :
PIC FLIP :
BLC
:
D/N MODE :
DSS MODE :
EXIT
CAMERA SET
OFF
OFF
10
OFF
AWB MODE
OFF
OFF
AUTO
OFF
FLICKER
BLC
EXIT
<TS-PTZ10X>
B-1.
: OFF
: OFF
< TS-PTZ3X >
CAMERA SET - FLICKERLESS
Flickerless feature is selected between 50Hz and 60Hz.
(NTSC: 60Hz / PAL: 50Hz).
The default setting is OFF
Set flicker mode ON when power source is in discord with
frequency. The default setting is OFF
B-2.
CAMERA SET - MIRROR
This feature shows left and right exchanged picture image like mirror.
setting is OFF.
(10X Zoom)
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CAMERA SET – APERTURE
Aperture enhances picture details by increasing gain of the caemra and sharpens the
edges in the picture.
The default seeting is 10. (the aperture level is from 01 ~ 15)
(10X Zoom)
B-4.
CAMERA SET – D ZOOM
Move five keys to the right direction in order to set as ON, if Digital Zoom is necessary
at install field. The default setting is OFF.
(10X Zoom)
B-5.
CAMERA SET – WB MODE
White balance functions have 4 modes according to the condition of exterior lighting.
The default setting is AWB and it may change the mode option accoding to the lighting
conditions as below.
AWB Mode – 3,200°K to 6, 000°K
B-6.
(10X Zoom)
Indoor – up to 3,200°K
Outdoor – up to 5,800°K
ATW Mode - 2,000°K to 10, 000°K
CAMERA SET – PIC FLIP
Picture flip feature provides the top and down exchanged picture image horizontally.
Move five keys to the right or left direction to select OFF/ON. The default setting is
OFF.
(10X Zoom)
B-7. CAMERA SET – BLC (Back Light Compensation)
The default setting is OFF and BLC modes can be OFF/ON.
OFF – Backlight compensation is not activated.
ON – Back light compensation is activated.
B-8. CAMERA SET – D/N MODE
ICR filter is changeable according to the lighting, AUTO – NIGHT MODE – DAY MODE.
The default setting is AUTO MODE.
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(10X Zoom)
B-9. CAMERA SET – DSS MODE (DIGITAL SLOW SHUTTER)
If DSS turns on, digital slow shutter is working. Per second, the electronic shutter will
remain open to receive some more lighting.
(10X Zoom)
B-10. CAMERA SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
C. PRESET SET
To enter PRESET SET, move five keys to the right direction.
PRESET SET
PRESET NO :001
PRESET ID :PRESET001------PAN :XXX.XX TILT : XXX.XX
SAVE
EXIT
C-1.
DEFAULT SETTING
PRESET – PRESET NO.
Up to 165 numbers of preset positions are available.
Move five keys to the right or left
direction to select preset no.
C-2.
PRESET – PRESET ID
To set preset ID, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to the left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from the left to the right
direction and ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character from the right to left
direction
(Space displays when
appears)
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PRESET – PAN: XXX.X TILT: XX.X
Press FOCUS FAR button in order to set preset position then, use the five keys to the
position where memorized preset no. is needed. Then press FOCUS FAR button again
after setting a preset location.
C-4.
PRESET – SAVE
Move five keys to the right direction when the cursor is at SAVE and then the cursor will
be located on Preset ID for the continuous preset No. setting.
C-5. PRESET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
D. AUTO SCAN SET
AUTO SCAN SET
START ANGLE
XXX.X.XX.X
END ANGLE
XXX.X.XX.X
DIRECTION
ENDLES
SPEED
DWELL TIME
SAVE AND EXIT
D-1.
:
:
DEFAULT SETTING
:
:
:
:
CW
OFF
10°/S
03
AUTO SCAN- START ANGLE
To set start angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the starting angle
which is needed memorized. To press FOCUS FAR button again is to escape.
D-2.
AUTO SCAN- END ANGLE
To set end angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the starting angle
which is needed memorized. To press FOCUS FAR button again is to escape.
D-3.
AUTO SCAN – DIRECTION
Auto Scan directions are available with two direction as CW or CCW by five keys to the
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right or left direction
CW: Clock wise direction (Default)
CCW: Count Clock Wise Direction.
D-4.
AUTO SCAN – ENDLESS
Auto Scan can use endless rotation, move five keys to the right direction in order to
select ON.
D-5.
Otherwise, the default setting is OFF.
AUTO SCAN – SPEED
User can use auto scan speed from 05°/S up to 35°/S and the default setting is 10°/S
D-6.
AUTO SCAN – DWELL TIME
To select dwell time, move five keys to the left or right direction in order to adjust dwell
time. Possible to set from 01 second to 30 seconds and the default setting is 03
seconds.
D-7.
AUTO SCAN – SAVE AND EXIT
To saving the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to the right
direction when cursor is at SAVE AND EXIT.
D-8.
AUTO SCAN – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction.
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E. TOUR SET
8 Programmable tours can be set and each tour is available to set up to 64 preset steps.
TOUR SET
TOUR NO
TOUR TITLE
TOUR STEP
PRESET NO.
DWELL TIME
SPEED
SAVE
EXIT
:
:
:
:
:
:
01
TOUR01□□□□□□□□□□
01
01
03
200°/S
DEFAULT SETTING
E-1. TOUR SET – TOUR NO.
Max.
8 group tour no. set by the five keys are available.
E-2. TOUR SET – TOUR TITLE
To set tour title, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move the next character from the left to the right direction
and ZOOM WIDE button to move the next character from the right to left direction
(Space displays when
appears) Tour title is not displayed on the monitor, but only
for the reference of user.
E-3. TOUR SET – TOUR STEP
Each tour group consists of up to 60 preset steps with different dwell time and speed. It
is possible to match any preset # for each tour step.
E-4. TOUR SET – PRESET NO.
The decided tour step #1 ~64, it is possible to select any preset no. up to 64. The
default setting is BLK
E-5. TOUR SET – DWELL TIME
Dwell time provides up to 99 seconds from 01 second.
seconds.
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E-6. TOUR SET – SPEED
Each tour step can be set with different tour speed up to 200°/S and it is selectable
from 10°/S. Move five keys to the right or left direction to select tour speed. The
default setting is 200°/S.
E-7. TOUR SET – SAVE
To save the memorized data and escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
when cursor is at SAVE
E-8. TOUR SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
F. PRIVACY SET
Privacy function is provided by (10X Zoom) only.
4 Privacy masking zones are available to block out areas of security.
PRIVACY SET
PRIVACY NO
DISPLAY
ACTION
SAVE
EXIT
: 01
: OFF
: MOVE
DEFAULT SETTING
F-1. PRIVACY SET – PRIVACY NO.
Up to 4 privacy masking zones are available.
F-2. PRIVACY SET – DISPLAY
Move five keys to the right or left direction to set ON in order to show the selectable
block in the center of the monitor.
This block appears as a translucent square with
blue color after set ON. The default setting is OFF.
F-3. PRIVACY SET – ACTION(MOVE/ADJUST)
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To set the blocking area, press FOCUS FAR button when the MOVE MODE is
appeared.
area.
Then use the five keys to the user defined area in order to set blocking
Then press FOCUS FAR button again to escape from MOVE MODE.
To adjust size of blocking area, move five keys to the right or left direction when the
cursor is on ACTION. After move mode changed to ADJUST MODE, press FOCUS
FAR button in order to adjust the size of blocking area. The size of blocking area can
be adjustable by using five keys up down or left right,. After adjusting size of blocking
area, press FOCUS FAR button to escape ADJUST mode.
ADJUST: You can change the masking size by using five keys to the left or right
direction
MOVE: You can move the masking area by using five keys to the left or right
direction (Default)
F-4. PRIVACY SET – SAVE
After setting the privacy masking zone, to save the data, move five keys to the right
direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the cursor moves to
PRIVACY NO.2 automatically to prepare the next privacy masking zone.
F-5. PRIVACY SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
G. PATTERN SET
8 programmable patterns are available with 16 characters of title.
PATTERN SET
PATT NO
: 01
PATT TITLE: PATTERN01□□□□□□□
DATA FILL : 100%
SAVE
EXIT
G-1. PATTERN SET – PATT NO.
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Up to 8 programmable user-defined patterns set by the five keys on the Webviewer
GUI are available.
G-2. PATTERN SET – PATT TITLE
To set PATTERN TITLE, select up to 16 characters using Five keys to the left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button moves to the next character from the left to the right
direction and ZOOM WIDE button moves to the next character from the right to left
direction (Space displays when
appears) Pattern title is not displayed on the monitor,
but only for the reference of user.
G-3. PATTERN SET – DATA FILL
To fill the programming data, press FOCUS FAR button in order to start the data fill up.
Filling data is programmed according to the the five keys on the Webviewer GUI
movement. Press FOCUS FAR button again in order to escape.
G-4. PATTERN SET – SAVE
To saving the filling data, move five keys to the right direction when the cursor is on
SAVE. Then the cursor moves to the PATT NO.02 in order to prepare next pattern no.
G-5. PATTERN SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
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H. ALARM SET
4 Alarm inputs are available and each alarm is activating to presets, group tours or
patterns.
ALARM SET
ALARM NO
: 01
ALARM INPUT: OFF
ALARM ACT : 001
SAVE
EXIT
H-1.
DEFAULT SETTING
ALARAM SET – ALARM NO.
Up to 4 alarms are selectable by using five keys to the right direction when cursor is
on ALARM NO.
H-2.
ALARAM SET – ALARM INPUT
Input alarm ways provide two different ways as NC (Normal Close) or NO (Normal
Close)
The default setting is OFF
H-3.
ALARAM SET – ALARM ACT
Alarm activates various surveillance modes with Preset number up to 165, Group
tour up to 8, Pattern up to 8. Move five keys to the right or left direction to select any
preset number, group tour no. or pattern no.
H-4.
ALARAM SET – SAVE
After setting the alarm input ways and activation, to save the data, move five keys to
the right direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the cursor moves
to Alarm NO.2 automatically to prepare the next alarm.
H-5.
ALARAM SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
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* Before activating Alarm, user must set ALARM ENABLE at DOME SET – ALARM –
ENABLE (Refer to page 15)
I. SECTOR SET
Up to 8 programmable sectors are available with 16 characters.
This feature is useful to memory the certain location such as parking zone or so on.
When camera goes through this area, it shows the letter you memorized.
SECTOR SET
SECTOR
SECTOR
SECTOR
SECTOR
SAVE
EXIT
Start Position
NO
: 01
ID : SECTOR01□□□□□□□□
START: XXX.X.XX.X
END : XXX.X.XX.X
End Position
DEFAULT SETTING
I-1. SECTOR SET – SECTOR NO.
Up to 8 programmable sectors set by the five keys are available.
I-2. SECTOR SET – SECTOR ID
set SECTOR ID, select up to 16 characters by using five keys to the left or right.
Press ZOOM TELE button to move to the next character from the left to the right
direction and ZOOM WIDE button to move to the next character from the right to left
direction (Space displays when
appears)
I-3. SECTOR SET – SECTOR START
To set SECTOR START angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the
left or right direction to set the position. To press FOCUS FAR button again is to
escape.
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I-4. SECTOR SET – SECTOR END
To set SECTOR END angle, press FOCUS FAR button then move five keys to the left
or right direction to set the position. To press FOCUS FAR button again is to escape.
I-5. SECTOR SET – SAVE
After setting the SECTOR position, to save the data, move five keys to the right
direction when the cursor is on SAVE. After saving the data, the cursor moves to
SECTOR NO.2 automatically to prepare the next SECTOR.
I-6. SECTOR SET – EXIT
To escape this page, move five keys to the right direction
J. EXIT
To escape OSD Main Menu, move five keys to the right or left direction then this
camera is ready to operate.
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DIP SW SETTING
5.2.6.
Mini Speed Dome camera provides up to 63 camera ID and it’s adjustable ID with 1st~6th of
Dip switch
Open the camera case, set ID using DIP SW1.
* Factory default: Camera ID = 1, PELCO-D
Termina
Baud
Proto
ID Set
5.2.7.
ID SETTING(1-ON, 0-OFF)(110)
DIP SW
ID VALUE
DIP SW
ID VALUE
DIP SW
ID VALUE
100000XXXX
1
111010XXXX
23
101101XXXX
45
010000XXXX
2
000110XXXX
24
011101XXXX
46
110000XXXX
3
100110XXXX
25
111101XXXX
47
001000XXXX
4
010110XXXX
26
100011XXXX
48
101000XXXX
5
110110XXXX
27
100011XXXX
49
011000XXXX
6
001110XXXX
28
010011XXXX
50
111000XXXX
7
101110XXXX
29
110011XXXX
51
000100XXXX
8
011110XXXX
30
001011XXXX
52
53
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5.2.8.
th
PROTOCOL
th
7 ~8 dip switches are used for Protocol Setting.
Factory Default: Pelco-D or Pelco-P ( Auto detection)
5.2.9.
DIP SW1- 7
DIP SW1- 8
OFF
OFF
Pelco-D or Pelco-P
BAUD RATE SETTING
The 9th Dip Switch is used for BAUD RATE setting.
DIP SW can be changeable to 2400bps, 9600bps.
Factory Default: 2400bps.
DIP SW1 9th
BAUD RATE
OFF
2400
ON
9600
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Use of IP Setting Utility
Upon running IP Setting Utility, the following program is to be displayed.
Fig. 5―2 IP Find
Click ‘IP Find’ Button to find IP of THE CAMERA on local Network.
Fig. 5―3 Display IP
The following window shows list of IP along with Web Server Port Number and Model Name of THE
CAMERA. Click ‘IP Find’ Button to find IP of THE CAMERA on local Network.
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Fig. 5―4 IP Check
After finding IP, double-click IP of THE CAMERA to go to the editable Mode as follows.
Fig. 5―5 IP Check
Input new IP Address, Default Gateway, Subnet Mask, and then input Password of THE CAMERA
Administrator and click ‘IP Change’, to set up new IP of THE CAMERA. Upon completion of setting,
find new IP and click ‘Ping’ to check whether setting is done, and close the program by clicking
‘End’ button.
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Run Web Browser and input http://ipcam4u.net in URL and click ‘Enter’, then [5-6] will appear
as follows.
Fig. 5―6 Service Server
Click the language user want to use.
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Fig. 5―7 User Login
Click ‘Register Now’ in [5-7].
Fig. 5―8 Agreement
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Read the Agreement carefully and click ‘Agree’ in case to agree, and go to the next page.
Fig. 5―9 User Registration
The part marked with (*) is mandatory. User ID is to be double-checked. Then click ‘Log In’.
Fig. 5―10 User Registered
If [5-10] appears, User Registration has successfully completed. Click ‘Log-in’ and input User ID
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and password on [5-7] to connect to Service Server.
Fig. 5―11 Service Server Log-in Succeeded
5.4.2.
Camera Registration
Click ‘To register camera’ in [5-11] to go to Camera Registration Page.
①
②
③
④
Fig. 5―12 Camera Registration
Input name of THE CAMERA in ① of [5-12], which will be applied only in Service Server.
② Server Name is to input Domain Name to connect to THE CAMERA. Make this name easy to
remember because you can use it to connect to THE CAMERA by Domain Name in case not
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knowing IP address of THE CAMERA. Domain Name must be unique. Register after checking if it
is duplicate or not.
③ is to check whether the Camera is to be open or not.
④ is for the function to connect to
THE CAMERA easily by User’s ID and Password registered in THE CAMERA, to monitor or control
Video of THE CAMERA on Mobile Phone. (Mobile Phone Users should tick “Enable” and input
connection ID and Password.)
‘EMAIL SERVICE’ is the function to send the set message to E-mail address set by user upon
alarm on THE CAMERA in case user set the use of alarm server as Enable. (refer to ‘Alarm Setting’
in
‘4. Expert Setting’). It’s available to input up to 5 Mail address and input up to 5 messages
upon checking on ‘ENABLE’.
Fig. 5―13 Camera Registration
‘SMS SERVICE’ is the function to send the set message (SMS) from Service Server to Mobile
Phone number set by user upon alarm on THE CAMERA, in case setting to use Alarm Server as
‘ENABLE’. (refer to ‘Alarm Setting’ of ‘4. Expert Setting’). It’s available to input up to 5 Mobile
Phone to get SMS Message and input up to 5 messages upon checking on ‘ENABLE’.
Cautions : Input Mobile Phone Number without ‘-‘.
Click ‘Camera Registration’ to save the registered information after input of all information.
5.4.3.
List of Camera
Input the registered User ID and Password to connect to Service Server on [5-7].
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Fig. 5―14 Camera List
[5-14] shows the registered List of THE CAMERA. Upon clicking on ‘Camera Name’ registered
in [5-14], [5-15] will show the Camera Information. ‘Time’ is the latest time for THE CAMERA to
report to Service Server.
Fig. 5―15 Camera Information
On clicking ‘Camera Change’ on [5-14], the page of ‘5.3.2 Camera Registration’ to change the
information of Camera registered, will appear. Change the information and click ‘Camera Change’
to save the new information. ‘MAC’ is not changeable. To change ‘Server Name’, double-check is
required. Upon clicking ‘Camera Connect’ on [5-14], the main page of THE CAMERA will appear.
Upon clicking ‘Alarm Log List’ on [5-14], Event information transmitted to Service Server is to be
displayed. Event information is to be saved up to 20. In case of full saving up to 20, it overwrite the
oldest one.
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Fig. 5―16 Alarm Log List
‘Alarm Log List’ shows the information of a channel, alarmed time, type of Alarm. It is available to
delete the log file. THE CAMERA sends the recorded files, dividing into Video file and Audio files,
to Service Server
In case there is no recorded file, the message will show ‘No File’. In case the file has not
sent to Service Server yet, the message “Uploading” will be shown. If Video and Audio has been
downloaded in “Download” of [5-16], user can download and see the recorded file. “Camera
Delete” of [5-14] is to delete the Camera from the list..
5.4.4.
Change of User’s Information
On clicking ‘User’s Information editing’ in upper menu of [5-14], [5-17] will appear the page to
change user’s information.
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Fig. 5―17 Change User’s Information
Save User’s information by clicking ‘To Change Information’ after change user’s information.
5.4.5.
Search Camera
Fig. 5―18 Search Camera
‘Search Camera’ of [5-18] is the function to see information of THE CAMERA or connect directly
to THE CAMERA without user registration in Service Server. Upon clicking ‘Camera Search’ on [518], [5-19] to search Camera will appear. ‘Type’ on [5-19] is to select ‘Camera Connect’ to
connect directly to THE CAMERA using MAC Address, and then to input MAC Address of THE
CAMERA and click ‘Yes’, then THE CAMERA will be directly connected.
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Fig. 5―19 Search Camera
If user want to see information of THE CAMERA by the Address, select ‘Information’ and input
MAC Address of THE CAMERA to see information on, and click ‘confirmation’ . Then Information of
THE CAMERA will be shown as [5-20].
5.5.
See and Control of Still Image in Mobile or PDA
To monitor and control of Still Image of THE CAMERA on Mobile Phone, register in ‘Camera
Registration’ of ‘Use of Service Server’ in ‘5. Basic Use’.
Model of Mobile Phone supported is WAP2.0 Phone (HTML, JPEG), PDA (Win CE).
5.5.1.
WAP2.0 (HTML)
Connect to URL input line.
Input http://ipcam4u.net/240180.htm or http://ipcam4u.net/320240.htm and connect to Service
Server.
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Fig. 5―21 Input User ID
On user ID input Page [5-21], input user’s ID registered in ‘Use of Service Server ’ of ‘5. Basic
Use’.
Fig. 5―22 List of Registered Products
Select one of the products (Camera or Server) registered by user on[5-22].
Fig. 5―23 Menu
Select a item in menu of
(1)
[5-23].
Monitoring and Control of Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Preset
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Fig. 5―24 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Control
It is available to see Image and control Pant/Tilt/Zoom/5 Preset. Number Key of Mobile
Phone controls Pan/Tilt/Zoom.
(2) Relay Control (2 Relay controllable)
It is available to control up to 2 Relay. Relay Name and current status ([ON/OFF]) will
be displayed.
On control of Relay, Image of controlled channel will be shown along with Relay name
of the channel, ON/OFF is to be controllable. On selecting
status of 4 Relays will be displayed.
(3) Check Sensor Status
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It shows the Sensor Name and current status ([Normal/Sensing]).
5.5.2.
PDA(WinCE)
Run ‘Internet Explorer’ of PDA and input http://ipcam4u.net/pdah5450_eng.htm input in URL to
connect to Service Server.
Fig. 5―25 PDA Log-in
On user ID Input Page [5-25], input user’s ID registered in ‘Use of Service Server ’ of ‘5. Basic
Use’ and click ‘connect’ to log in.
Fig. 5―26 Products List
Select one of the products (Camera or Server) registered by user, in Products List of [5-26].
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Fig. 5―27 Menu
5.6.
Use of NVR Program
5.6.1.
Required Specification of PC and OS
Item
Min. Requirement
Recommended Specification
CPU
Pentium Ⅳ 2.0G
Pentium Ⅳ 2.4G or higher
Main Memory
256MB
512MB or higher
O/S
Windows 2000/XP
Windows 2000/XP
Web Browser
I.E 5.0
I.E 5.0 or later
Resolution
1,024 * 768
1,152 * 864
Network
100 Base-T Ethernet
100 Base-T Ethernet
*
5.6.2.
Supported O/S
Windows 2000 Professional (Korean OS, English OS, Japanese OS)
Windows XP Professional / Windows XP Home Edition(Korean OS, English OS,
Windows 2000 Server (Korean OS, English OS, Japanese OS)
Japanese OS)
5.6.3.
Refer the NVR User’s Manual in the CD-ROM.
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Network Environment
It is required to follow the recommendation of the environment where THE CAMERA
will be
installed or the similar environment.
6-1. Private line Environment
Usually Company, University, Research center use the leased line. They use many public IP
addresses. In order to install THE CAMERA under this environment, select “Static IP Address” in
‘Static IP Setting’ of ‘3. Basic Setting’ and input IP address, subnet mask and gateway. If there is
DHCP server on the network, select ‘Dynamic IP Address’ in ‘Dynamic IP’ of ‘3. Basic Setting’. You
can get all the information (IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DHCP server) from the network
administrator. Sometimes, the THE CAMERA may not work properly if the user installed firewall for
security purpose. In this case, open the port on the THE CAMERA, then it will work properly. You
can check the current port of THE CAMERA from the “Administrator's Page”->”Network Setting”>”Port Setting” (see ‘3. Basic Setting‘). The default port is set on ex-factory as follows :
Web Connection Port
: Port 80 TCP
Authentication and Control Port
: Port 9000 TCP
Video Streaming Port
: Port 9001 TCP
Motion Detectin Control Port
: Port 9005 TCP
6-2. Broadband (ADSL, Cable, Fiber Optic) Modem Environment
Home, store, small office use one Broadband modem (DSL, Cable Modem), and use one
public IP address. In order to use several PC through one Public IP address, the user in most cases
use IP sharing device. We recommend to use a IP router (IP Sharing device) to install the THE
CAMERA. There may be a case in no need of router, but most people use THE CAMERA and other
PC 1set or more.
When using the router, connect the router and input IP address of THE CAMERA
(IP address of THE CAMERA is set as 192.168.1.7 on ex-factory) in DMZ menu. If the user cannot
use the DMZ function because there is no DMZ menu in the router or some other reasons, go into
port forwarding or NAT menu on the router and map the port of THE CAMERA one by one. User can
check the current port setting of THE CAMERA from “Administrator's Page”->”Network Setting”>”Port Setting” (see ‘3. Basic Setting‘). Manufacturer’s setting of THE CAMERA is as follow on exfactory : (The user can change port if necessary).
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Web Connection Port
: Port 80 TCP
Authentication and Control Port
: Port 9000 TCP
Video Streaming Port
: Port 9001 TCP
Motion Detectin Control Port
: Port 9005 TCP
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Appendix
Appendix A Basic Setting Table
Item
Default (Basic Setting)
Remarks
Network Setting
Static IP / Dynamic IP
Static IP
IP Server
Enable
IP Address
192.168.1.7
Gateway
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Web Connection Port
80
*. Don’t register the same Port.
Authentication /Control Port
9000
*. Register Number with ‘9999’ or less
Video Streaming Port
9001
Some Network may not support over
Motion Detection Port
9005
number 10000 port.
ID and Password
Administrator ID /Password
admin/admin
User ID
root/root, guest/guest
Domain of Related Server
Domain
IP Server
of
Server
to
connect
to
register IP
Ipcam4u.net
Domain of Server to connect to send
Event upon detection of Sensor or
Alarm Server
Ipcam4u.net
Upgrade Server
Ipcam4u.net
Plug-in Download Server
Ipcam4u.net
Motion.
Domain
of
Server
to
connect
download upgraded program
Video Setting
Compressed Resolution
704*480 / 352*240
Video Format
NTSC
704*576 / 352*288
PAL
Frame Rate
30fps / 1fps
25fps / 1fps
Bit Rate
VBR_High / VBR_Normal
VBR_High / VBR_Normal
Other Setting
Time Zone
*. Note
: In case to
Asia/Seoul(Korea)
reset Hardware, Network Setting, User and Administrator’s ID and
Password will be automatically returned to above default value.
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Appendix B Specification of Products
B-1 IP-INTB1 / INTB2
Image Sensor
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD, 410,000 pixels
811(H)*508(V)
795(H)*592(V)
768(H)*494(V)
755(H)*582(V)
540 TV Lines
0.002 Lux(selectable limit ~ X128)
50dB(Weight On)
DC AUTO IRIS VF 2.8~10mm(F1.2) / 5~50mm
2:1 Interlaced
Internal
MPEG4 / JPEG
MPEG4(2ch), JPEG(1ch)
On / Off
1/60~1/200,000sec
Built-in(selectable Limit ~ X128)
ATW / AWC / Manual
Low/ Middle/ High/ Off
121fps(352*240)
704*480
704*240
352*480
352*240
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
Effective
Pixel
PAL
Horizontal resolution
Minimum Illumination
S/N Ratio
Lens (INTB1 / INTB2)
Scanning System
Synchronization
Compression
Multi-Streaming
Gain Control
Electric Shutter Speed
INTENSIFIER
White Balance
Reduce Noise
Maximum Frame Rate
Total Pixel
IMAGING
Image Sizes
Frame Rate
On Screen Display(O.S.D)
Built-in
Privacy Function
Viewer
Program
CONTROL
Network
ON / OFF (4Programable Zone)
Web [email protected]
Yes
PDA [email protected]
Yes(option)
[email protected] Phone
Yes(option)
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
Interface
10/100Mbps
Concurrent Users
Recording
@PC
Event&
Alarm
PHYSICAL
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(option)
Video Output
Dimension
Power Source
Power Consumption (Max.)
Operational Temperature
Weight
1.0 Vp-p 75 ohm Composite
69.00mm(H)*73.00mm(W)*300.00mm(L)
DC 12V
6W
-10 deg - +50 deg C RH95% MAX(14 deg F to 122 deg F)
1.4kg
Video Out
CONNECTIVITY
1
Sensor In/Relay Out
N/A
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Protocols
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP, ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
Internet Explorer® Ver. 6.0+
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
Windows® 2000/XP
Operating System
®
Processor
®
Intel Pentium Ⅲ 1GHz+( P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
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B-2 IP-INTD3 / INTD4
Image Sensor
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD, 410,000 pixels
811(H)*508(V)
795(H)*592(V)
768(H)*494(V)
755(H)*582(V)
540 TV Lines
0.002 Lux(selectable limit ~ X128)
50dB(Weight On)
DC AUTO IRIS VF 2.8~10mm(F1.2) / 5~50mm
2:1 Interlaced
Internal
MPEG4 / JPEG
MPEG4(2ch), JPEG(1ch)
On / Off
1/60~1/200,000sec
Built-in(selectable Limit ~ X128)
ATW / AWC / Manual
Low/ Middle/ High/ Off
121fps(352*240)
704*480
704*240
352*480
352*240
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
Effective
Pixel
PAL
Horizontal resolution
Minimum Illumination
S/N Ratio
Lens ( INTD3 / INTD4 )
Scanning System
Synchronization
Compression
Multi-Streaming
Gain Control
Electric Shutter Speed
INTENSIFIER
White Balance
Reduce Noise
Maximum Frame Rate
Total Pixel
IMAGING
Image Sizes
Frame Rate
On Screen Display(O.S.D)
Built-in
Privacy Function
Viewer
Program
CONTROL
Network
ON / OFF (4Programable Zone)
Web [email protected]
Yes
PDA [email protected]
Yes(option)
[email protected] Phone
Yes(option)
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
Interface
10/100Mbps
Concurrent Users
Recording
@PC
Event&
Alarm
PHYSICAL
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(option)
Video Output
Dimension ( INTD3 / INTD4 )
Power Source
Power Consumption (Max.)
Operational Temperature
Weight ( INTD3 / INTD4 )
1.0 Vp-p 75 ohm Composite
120.00mm(H)*182.00mm(D) / 150.20mm(H)*180.00mm(D)
DC 12V
6W
-10 deg - +50 deg C RH95% MAX(14 deg F to 122 deg F)
1.4kg / 1.5kg
Video Out
CONNECTIVITY
1
Sensor In/Relay Out
N/A
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Protocols
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP, ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
Internet Explorer® Ver. 6.0+
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
Windows® 2000/XP
Operating System
Intel® Pentium® Ⅲ 1GHz+( P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Processor
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
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B-3 IP-INTT5
Image Sensor
1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD, 410,000 pixels
811(H)*508(V)
795(H)*592(V)
768(H)*494(V)
755(H)*582(V)
540 TV Lines
0.002 Lux(selectable limit ~ X128)
50dB(Weight On)
C/CS Mount Lens selectable
2:1 Interlaced
Internal
MPEG4 / JPEG
MPEG4(2ch), JPEG(1ch)
On / Off
1/60~1/200,000sec
Built-in(selectable Limit ~ X128)
ATW / AWC / Manual
Low/ Middle/ High/ Off
121fps(352*240)
704*480
704*240
352*480
352*240
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
Effective
Pixel
PAL
Horizontal resolution
Minimum Illumination
S/N Ratio
Lens
Scanning System
Synchronization
Compression
Multi-Streaming
Gain Control
Electric Shutter Speed
INTENSIFIER
White Balance
Reduce Noise
Maximum Frame Rate
Total Pixel
IMAGING
Image Sizes
Frame Rate
On Screen Display(O.S.D)
Built-in
Privacy Function
Viewer
Program
CONTROL
Network
ON / OFF (4Programable Zone)
Web [email protected]
Yes
PDA [email protected]
Yes(option)
[email protected] Phone
Yes(option)
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
Interface
10/100Mbps
Concurrent Users
Recording
@PC
Event&
Alarm
PHYSICAL
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(option)
Video Output
Dimension
Power Source
Power Consumption (Max.)
Operational Temperature
Weight
1.0 Vp-p 75 ohm Composite
55.4mm(H)*64mm(W)*120mm(L)
DC 12V
6W
-10 deg - +50 deg C RH95% MAX(14 deg F to 122 deg F)
0.6kg
Video Out
CONNECTIVITY
1
Sensor In/Relay Out
1/1
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Protocols
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP, ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
Internet Explorer® Ver. 6.0+
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
Windows® 2000/XP
Operating System
Intel® Pentium® Ⅲ 1GHz+( P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Processor
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
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B-4 IP-T5
Image Sensor
Total Pixel
Effective
Pixel
1/3" Panasonic CCD, 410,000 pixels
NTSC
811(H)*508(V)
PAL
795(H)*592(V)
NTSC
768(H)*494(V)
PAL
755(H)*582(V)
Horizontal resolution
480 TV Lines
Minimum Illumination
0.5 Lux
S/N Ratio
48dB(Weight On)
Lens
C/CS Mount Lens selectable
Scanning System
2:1 Interlaced
Synchronization
Internal
Compression
MPEG4 / JPEG
Multi-Streaming
MPEG4(2ch), JPEG(1ch)
ELC
On / Off
Electric Shutter Speed
1/60~1/200,000sec
BLC
On/Off
MIRROR
On/Off
Maximum Frame Rate
61fps(352*240)
704*480
IMAGING
704*240
Image Sizes
352*480
352*240
Frame Rate
Viewer
Program
Network
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
Web [email protected]
Yes
PDA [email protected]
Yes(option)
[email protected] Phone
Yes(option)
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
Interface
10/100Mbps
Concurrent Users
Recording
@PC
Event&
Alarm
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(option)
Video Output
1.0 Vp-p 75 ohm Composite
Dimension
PHYSICAL
55.4mm(H)*64mm(W)*120mm(L)
Power Source
DC 12V
Power Consumption (Max.)
6W
Operational Temperature
-10 deg - +50 deg C RH95% MAX(14 deg F to 122 deg F)
Weight
0.6kg
Video Out
CONNECTIVITY
1
Sensor In/Relay Out
1/1
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Protocols
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP, ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
®
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
Internet Explorer Ver. 6.0+
®
Operating System
Windows 2000/XP
®
Processor
®
Intel Pentium Ⅲ 1GHz+( P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
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B-5 IP-WDRB1
Image Sensor
1/3" Pixim ORCA CMOS(Dramatic Dynamic range sensor)
NTSC
PAL
Horizontal resolution
Minimum Illumination
S/N Ratio
Lens
Scanning System
Synchronization
Compression
Multi-Streaming
AGC Control
Electric Shutter Speed
Dynamic range
Maximum Frame Rate
Total Pixel
IMAGING
742(H)*552(V)
540 TV Lines
0.08Lux (DSS on) with F1.2 Lens
53dB or more
DC AUTO IRIS VF 2.8~10mm(F1.2)
525 lines interlaced
Internal
MPEG4 / JPEG
MPEG4(2ch), JPEG(1ch)
0 – 60dB
1/60~1/100,000sec
120dB(max), 102dB(typical)
121fps(352*240)
704*480
704*240
352*480
352*240
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
Image Sizes
Frame Rate
On Screen Display(O.S.D)
Built-in
Iris Control
Viewer
Program
CONTROL
Network
DC Lens, Manual Lens
Web [email protected]
Yes
PDA [email protected]
Yes(option)
[email protected] Phone
Yes(option)
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
Interface
10/100Mbps
Concurrent Users
Recording
@PC
Event&
Alarm
PHYSICAL
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(option)
Video Output
Dimension
Power Source
Power Consumption (Max.)
Operational Temperature
Weight
1.0 Vp-p 75 ohm Composite
69.00mm(H)*73.00mm(W)*300.00mm(L)
DC 12V
6W
-10 deg - +50 deg C RH95% MAX(14 deg F to 122 deg F)
1.2kg
Video Out
CONNECTIVITY
1
Sensor In/Relay Out
N/A
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Protocols
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP, ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
Internet Explorer® Ver. 6.0+
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
Windows® 2000/XP
Operating System
Intel® Pentium® Ⅲ 1GHz+( P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Processor
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
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Image Sensor
1/4" Sony Super HAD CCD
No. of Pixel
768(H) * 494(V)
Horizontal resolution
More Than 500TV Lines
Minimum Illumination
0.7Lux (50IRE) / 0.02Lux (ICR On)
Digital Slow Shutter
2/4/8/16/24/32/64/128/ OFF
Lens
Optical
10x Optical Zoom(F=3.8 to 38mm)
Digital
10x (100x with optical)
Luminance S/N Ratio
More than 50dB
Compression
IMAGING
MPEG4/JPEG
Multi-Streaming
MPEG4(2)/JPEG(1)
WHITE BALANCE
Function
380K
AWB/ATW/INDOOR/ OUTDOOR
BLC
ON / OFF
Flikerless
ON / OFF (1/100)
704*480
704*240
Image Sizes
352*480
352*240
Maximum Frame Rate
121fps (352*240)
Frame Rate
CONTROL
30, 15, 10, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 fps(10 Steps)
Day & Night (ICR)
Auto/ Day/ Night
Rotation Angle
Pan
Speed
Endless 360'
Manual
100˚ ~ 150˚/sec
Preset
Max 200˚ /sec
Manual
100˚ ~ 150˚/sec
Preset
Max 200˚ /sec
Rotation Angle
Tilt
Speed
0' ~ 90'
System Accuracy
0.02˚
Preset Point
165 positions with a 16-character label available for each
position with different speed steps
Group Tour
Max. 8 Programmable group tours (each one consisting of up
to 60 preset steps with different steps)
Programmable Auto scan
Auto scan
Pattern
8 Programmable Patterns (total 480 seconds)
Privacy Zone
4 privacy zones
Sector
8 selectable Sectors with 16 characters
Password Protection
Yes
Alarm Input
4 alarms OFF/NC/NO (with various programmable states)
Alarm Actions
Activate preset, Group scanning or Patterns
Auto Flip
ON / OFF
OSD Menu
Multiple Languages on screen
Web [email protected]
Yes
Communication
PDA [email protected]
Yes
Protocol
[email protected] Phone
Yes
[email protected]
Yes
Global/Private/Static/Dynamic IP
Yes
Network
DDNS Support
Yes
Encryption (ID/PW/Image)
Yes
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10/100Mbps
Current Users
[email protected]
Event& Alarm
20
Manual
Yes
Schedule
Yes
Motion Detection
Yes
Sensor event
Yes
Sensor Trigger/Motion Detection
Yes
Alarm Notification
SMS/E-MAIL/Alarm Sound(Option)
Video Output
VBS:1.0Vp-p/75 Ohm
Dimension
158.8φ (D) * 163.0mm(H)
Power Source
PHYSICAL
DC12V 1.0A
Power Consumption (Max.)
12W Max
Operational Temperature
0'C ~ 50'C
Weight
1.7Kg
Video Out
1
RS485 Interface
CONNECTIVITY
1/1
Sensor In/Relay Out
2/2
Ethernet Jack
RJ45(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
HTTP, FTP, SMTP, TCP, IP, DHCP,
ICMP, NTP, DNS, DDNS
Protocols
Internet Explorer® Ver. 6.0+
Browser
REQUIREMENTS
®
Operating System
Windows 2000/XP
®
Processor
®
Intel Pentium Ⅲ1GHz+ (P4 2.4Ghz+ recommended)
Memory
256MB+ (512MB+ recommended)
Appendix C To solve problem
C-1 Basic Check-point
C-1-1 Booting
Check if power plug is connected correctly.
C-1-2 Network cable (LAN cable) and cable connection check
Check if network cable is straight LAN cable. Hold each end of both side and check if
same color’s cable is connected to same location in RJ-45 jack or not.
Check if network cable connects correctly with THE CAMERA.
Check if network cable connects correctly with Hub, IP sharing device and cable modem
etc….
*. If you found a problem in the product, first check with “C-1 Basic check point” and solve the
problem as following procedures:
C-2 Troubleshooting by type
C-2-1 Cannot connect with network
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Check with ‘C-1-2 Network Cable (LAN cable) and cable connection check’.
PING Test
In case Camera uses Static/Public IP: input “Ping IP address” to command window
In case camera uses dynamic/public IP: In this case, user cannot find camera IP
of PC and check response.
address. So, reset hardware and connect PC with THE CAMERA through cross cable
and ping test by “192.168.1.7”.
In case camera uses private IP through IP sharing device: Ping-test private IP
address set for THE CAMERA in PC that is connected in the local network through IP
sharing device.
If “ping test” get response, network setting for camera is done correctly.
If ping test is okay but there is no connection, check with ‘C-2-2 check port setting’..
C-2-2. Check Port Setting
If user can’t connect with camera even though ‘Ping test’ is okay, please check port
setting by the following steps.
THE CAMERA uses 3 ports as follow.
Web Connection Port
: Port 80 TCP
Authentication and Control Port
: Port 9000 TCP
Video Streaming Port
: Port 9001 TCP
Motion Detection Control Port
: Port 9005 TCP
If it is not available even to connect to web, check web connect port because web
connect port may be set with other number than ‘80’.
In case there is problem in video monitoring even though there is no problem in Web
connection, check if ‘Authentication and Control Port’ and ‘Video Streaming Port’ of THE
CAMERA is set on IP sharing device (in case of using IP sharing device).
For setting of IP sharing device Port, refer to ‘IP sharing device Setting’.
C-3 In case web page can’t be connected under ultrahigh speed internet line
Some ultrahigh ISP company may block not to use Web port number 80. In this case,
change to other number from web connection port setting.
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