GV-IPCAM-Hardware Manual(ICH265HISIV104-A-EN)

GV-IPCAM-Hardware Manual(ICH265HISIV104-A-EN)
GV-IPCam
Hardware Manual
Cube Camera
Mini Fixed Dome
Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
Target Mini Fixed Dome
Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
ICH265HISIV104-A
Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Safety Notice
The GV-IPCAM uses a Lithium battery as the power supply for its internal
real-time clock (RTC). The battery should not be replaced unless required!
If the battery does need replacing, please observe the following:
 Danger of Explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced
 Replace only with the same or equivalent battery, as recommended by
the manufacturer
 Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer's instructions
© 2016 GeoVision, Inc. All rights reserved.
Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in
part, without the written consent of GeoVision.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is
accurate. GeoVision, Inc. makes no expressed or implied warranty of any
kind and assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is
assumed for incidental or consequential damages arising from the use of
the information or products contained herein. Features and specifications
are subject to change without notice. Note: no memory card slot or local
storage function for Argentina.
GeoVision, Inc.
9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,
Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-8797-8377
Fax: +886-2-8797-8335
http://www.geovision.com.tw
Trademarks used in this manual: GeoVision, the GeoVision logo and GV
series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc.
October 2016
Contents
Contents ..............................................................................i Options ..............................................................................iii Note for USB Storage and WiFi Adapter ........................ v Note for Installing Camera Outdoor............................... vi Chapter 1 Mini Fixed Dome & Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
.............................................................................................1 1.1 Packing List ..............................................................................4 1.2 Features ...................................................................................6 1.3 Overview ..................................................................................9 1.3.1 GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320 ................................................9 1.3.2 GV-MFD1501 Series / 2401 Series / 2501 Series / 3401
Series / 5301 Series ............................................................11 1.3.3 GV-MDR .....................................................................13 1.4 Installation ..............................................................................16 1.4.1 GV-MFD Series...........................................................16 1.4.2 GV-MDR Series ..........................................................18 1.5 Connecting the Camera...........................................................23 1.5.1 Wire Definition ............................................................23 1.5.2 Power and Network Connection ..................................24 1.5.3 Vehicle Installation ......................................................25 1.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................26 Chapter 2 Target Mini Fixed Dome................................27 2.1 Packing List ............................................................................28 2.2 Features .................................................................................29 2.3 Overview ................................................................................31 i
2.4 Installation ..............................................................................33 2.5 Connecting the Camera..........................................................36 2.6 Loading Factory Default..........................................................37 Chapter 3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome .................38 3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Packing List ............................................................................39 Features .................................................................................41 Overview ................................................................................43 Installation ..............................................................................44 Connecting the Camera..........................................................52 Loading Factory Default..........................................................53 Chapter 4 Cube Camera .................................................54 4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Packing List ............................................................................55 Features .................................................................................56 Overview ................................................................................57 Installation ..............................................................................58 Connecting the Camera..........................................................60 Loading Factory Default..........................................................61 Chapter 5 Advanced Cube Camera...............................62 5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
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Packing List ............................................................................63 Features .................................................................................64 Overview ................................................................................65 Installation ..............................................................................67 Connecting the Camera..........................................................69 Loading Factory Default..........................................................70 Options
Optional devices can expand your camera’s capabilities and versatility.
Contact your dealer for more information.
Device
Description
Power Adapter
The power adapter is available for all Mini Fixed
Dome, Cube Camera, and Advanced Cube Camera.
Contact your sales representative for the countries
and areas supported.
GV-PA191 PoE
Adapter
The GV-PA191 PoE adapter is designed to provide
power and network connection to the cameras over
a single Ethernet cable.
GV-POE Switch
The GV-POE Switch is designed to provide power
along with network connection for IP devices. The
GV-POE Switch is available in various models with
different numbers and types of ports.
GV-Mount
Accessories
The GV-Mount Accessories provide a
comprehensive lineup of accessories for installation
on ceiling, wall corner and pole. For details, see GVMount Accessories Installation Guide on the
Software DVD.
GV-WiFi Adapter
The GV-WiFi Adapter is a plug-and-play device
designed to connect GV-MFD1501 series / 2401
series / 2501 series / 3401 series / 5301 series to
wireless network. This product complies with IEEE
802.11 b/g/n (Draft 3.0) standards for wireless
networking.
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Device
Description
Plastic PG21
Conduit
Connector
The plastic PG21 conduit connector is used for
running the wires of Target Mini Fixed Rugged
Dome through a 1/2” conduit pipe.
The connector is not supported by GV-EFD4700.
Note for USB Storage and WiFi
Adapter
Mind the following limitations and requirements for using USB storage and
GV-WiFi Adapter:
1.
The USB hard drive must be of 2.5’’ or 3.5’’, version 2.0 or above.
2.
The USB hard drive’s storage capacity must not exceed 2TB.
3.
USB flash drives and USB hubs are not supported.
4.
External power supply is required for the USB hard drive.
5.
To connect a GV-WiFi Adapter, make sure it is connected before the
camera is powered on.
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Note for Installing Camera Outdoor
When installing Mini Fixed Rugged Dome outdoor, be sure that:
1. The camera is set up above the junction box to prevent water from
entering the camera along the cables.
2. Any PoE, power, audio and I/O cables are waterproofed using
waterproof silicon rubber or the like.
3. The silica gel bag loses its effectiveness when the dry camera is
opened. To prevent the lens from fogging up, replace the silica gel bag
every time you open the camera, and conceal the gel bag in camera
within 2 minutes of exposing to open air.
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
Chapter 1 Mini Fixed Dome & Mini
Fixed Rugged Dome
The Mini Fixed Dome (GV-MFD) and Mini Fixed Rugged Dome (GV-MDR)
are fixed, mini-sized ceiling-mount network cameras.
The GV-MDR series is designed for outdoor surveillance, conforming to
IK10 and IP67 standards. The camera is adjustable in 3 axis (pan, tilt and
rotate) and can be connected through PoE.
The GV-MFD series is designed for indoor surveillance. Adjustable in 2
axis (pan and tilt), the camera also supports PoE.
The super low lux models can provide color live view in near darkness
and the WDR Pro models can process scenes of contrasting intensity of
lights. For details, see 1.2 Features.
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Mini Fixed Dome (GV-MFD)
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-MFD120
Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm,
F/1.5, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
1.3 MP Low Lux,
H.264, Color
GV-MFD130
GV-MFD320
Fixed Iris, f: 2.54
mm, F/2.8, 1/2.5’’
M12 Mount
1.3 MP / 2 MP / 3
MP / 5MP, H.264,
Color
GV-MFD1501-0F
GV-MFD2401-0F
GV-MFD2501-0F
GV-MFD3401-0F
GV-MFD5301-0F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
GV-MFD1501-1F
GV-MFD2501-1F
Fixed Iris, f: 4 mm,
F/1.5, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
GV-MFD1501-2F
GV-MFD2401-2F
GV-MFD2501-2F
GV-MFD3401-2F
GV-MFD5301-2F
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Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 8 mm,
F/1.6, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
GV-MFD1501-3F
GV-MFD2401-3F
GV-MFD2501-3F
GV-MFD3401-3F
GV-MFD5301-3F
Fixed Iris, f: 12 mm,
F/1.6, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
GV-MFD1501-4F
GV-MFD2401-4F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.1 mm,
F/1.8, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
GV-MFD1501-5F
GV-MFD2401-5F
GV-MFD2501-5F
GV-MFD3401-5F
GV-MFD5301-5F
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8 mm,
F/1.8, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
1.3 MP Super
Low Lux / 2 MP /
2 MP Super Low
Lux / 3 MP / 5
MP, H.264, Color
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-MFD2501-6F
GV-MFD3401-6F
Fixed Iris, f: 2.3mm,
F/2.2, 1/3’’ M12
Mount
2 MP Super Low
Lux / 3 MP WDR
Pro, H.264, Color
Fixed
Lens
Mini Fixed Rugged Dome (GV-MDR)
Model No.
Specifications
Description
GV-MDR220
GV-MDR320
GV-MDR520
Fixed Iris, f: 2.54
mm, F/2.8, 1/2.5’’
M12 Mount
2 MP / 3 MP / 5MP,
H.264, Color
GV-MDR1500-1F
GV-MDR3400-1F
GV-MDR5300-1F
GV-MDR1500-2F
GV-MDR3400-2F
GV-MDR5300-2F
Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8
mm, F/2.0, 1/3’’
M12 Mount
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8
mm, F/1.8, 1/3’’
M12 Mount
1.3 MP super low
lux / 2 MP WDR
Pro / 2 MP super
low lux / 3 MP
WDR Pro / 5 MP,
H.264, Color
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1.1 Packing List
GV-MFD

Mini Fixed Dome

Torx Wrench

Self Tapping Screw x 2

Screw Anchor x 2

Cable stopper

2-pin terminal block (for GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320)

Short-Body RJ-45 Plug (for GV-MFD1501 series / 2401 series /
2501 series / 3401 series / 5301 series)

USB / Audio Y-cable (for GV-MFD1501 series / 2401 series /
2501 series / 3401 series / 5301 series)

Power Adapter

GV-IPCAM H.264 Software DVD

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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GV-MDR

Mini Fixed Rugged Dome

Torx Wrench

Self Tapping Screw x 2

Screw Anchor x 2

Cable stopper

Cable Connector

Installation sticker

Silica gel bag x 2

Adhesive Tape for Silica Gel Bag x 2

Ferrite core for vehicle installation

GV-IPCAM H.264 Software DVD

GV-Software DVD
Note:
1. The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
2. When purchasing GV-MDR1500 / 3400 / 5300, choose one of the
two LAN connector types (for motor vehicles or for general use). For
details, see LAN Connector, 1.3.3 GV-MDR.
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1.2 Features

Image sensor
GV-MFD
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-MFD120
1/3’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-MFD130
GV-MFD320
1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-MFD1501 series
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-MFD2501 series
1/2.8’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-MFD2401 series
GV-MFD3401 series
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-MFD5301 series
1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
GV-MDR
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-MDR1500 Series
1/3’’ progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
GV-MDR220
GV-MDR320
GV-MDR520
GV-MDR5300 Series
GV-MDR3400 Series
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1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
1/3.2’’ progressive scan CMOS

Megapixel lens

Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG

Frame rate
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
GV-MFD
Camera Model
GV-MFD120
GV-MFD130
GV-MFD1501 series
GV-MFD2401 series
GV-MFD2501 series
GV-MFD320
GV-MFD3401 series
GV-MFD5301 series
Frame Rate
Up to 30 fps at 1280 x 1024
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
Up to 20 fps at 2048 x 1536
Up to 10 fps at 2560 x 1920
GV-MDR
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-MDR1500 series
Up to 30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-MDR220
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-MDR320
GV-MDR3400 series
Up to 20 fps at 2048 x 1536
GV-MDR520
GV-MDR5300 series
Up to 10 fps at 2560 x 1920

Day and night function (electronic)

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Wide Dynamic Range Pro (WDR Pro for GV-MFD2401 series / 3401
series and GV-MDR3400 series)

Defog

Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing, GV-MDR series only)

Ingress protection (IP67 for GV-MDR series only)

EN50155 compliance for rolling stock applications (for GV-MDR
series only)

Endurable to low environment temperatures (-30°C ~ 50°C / -22°F ~
122°F) (for GV-MDR series only)
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
8
2-axis mechanism (GV-MFD series); 3-axis mechanism (GV-MDR
series)
Camera Type
Pan
Tilt
Rotate
GV-MFD series
-45° ~ +45°
0° ~ 90°
N/A
GV-MDR series
-45° ~ +45°
0° ~ 90°
0° ~ 360°

Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage

NAS recording

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)

USB slot for GV-WiFi adapter or USB hard drive (for GV-MFD1501
Series / 2401 series / 2501 series / 3401 series / 5301 series)

Built-in microphone

DC / PoE (IEEE 802.3af, for GV-MFD Series)

PoE (IEEE 802.3af, for GV-MDR Series)

Two-way audio (for GV-MFD1501 Series / 2401 series / 2501 series /
3401 series / 5301 series)

3D noise reduction (for GV-MFD1501 Series / 2501 Series, GVMDR1500 Series)

2D noise reduction (except for GV-MFD1501 Series / 2501 Series,
GV-MDR1500 Series)

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Privacy mask

Text overlay

IP address filtering

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
1.3 Overview
1.3.1 GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320
1
2
3 4
5
6
7
Figure 1-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 1.6 Loading Factory Default.
2
Lens
Receives image inputs.
3
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust tilt angle.
4
Microphone
Provides one-way audio.
5
Pan Screw
Loosens the screw to pan.
9
No.
Name
Description
6
LED Indicators
See LED Indicators below.
7
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10) to store
recording data.
LED Name
1. Link
2. ACT
3. PWR
4. SW RDY (Status)
10
Description
Turns on when the network is connected.
Turns on when data are being transmitted.
Turns on when power is on.
Turns on when the system is ready.
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
1.3.2 GV-MFD1501 Series / 2401 Series / 2501 Series /
3401 Series / 5301 Series
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 1-2
No.
Name
Description
1
Microphone
Receives sound.
2
Pan Screw
Loosens the screw to pan.
3
Lens
Receives image inputs.
4
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust tilt angle.
5
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 1.6 Loading Factory Default.
6
DC 5V Power Port
Connects to power.
7
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
8
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10) to store
recording data.
9
USB and Audio Out
Connects to a GV-WiFi Adapter/USB hard
drive and a speaker through the supplied Y
cable.
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1
2
3
4
Figure 1-3
LED Name
Description
1. Link
Turns on (green) when the network is connected.
2. ACT
Turns on (orange) when data are being transmitted.
3. Status
Turns on (red) when the system is ready.
4. Power
Turns on (green) when power is on.
Note: For details on limitations and requirements of the USB port, refer
to Note for USB Storage and WiFi Adapter at the beginning of this
manual.
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1.3.3 GV-MDR
1
2
3
6
4
7
5
8
9
10
11
Figure 1-4
No.
Name
Description
1
Silica gel bag
Absorbs the moisture inside the camera.
2
Conceal paper
Prevents water or moisture from entering
the camera.
3
Lens
Receives image inputs.
4
Rotation Disc
Rotates the camera lens.
5
Pan Disc
Pans the camera lens.
6
Tilt Screw
Loosens to tilt the camera.
7
Microphone
Provides one-way audio.
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No.
Name
Description
8
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 1.6 Loading Factory Default.
9
Power and status
LED
Turns red when the power is on. Flashes
orange light twice when the system is
ready.
10
LAN LED
Turns on when the network is connected.
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10) to store
recording data.
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IMPORTANT: In case of damage and possible condensation inside the
camera housing, be sure not to touch or remove the conceal paper.
LAN Connector
Two types of LAN connector are available for GV-MDR1500 series / 3400
series / 5300 series. Select an option based on your installation
environment.
1.
Waterproof M12 4-Pin Female Connector
The M12 connector is used for motor vehicles.
Ø14.7 mm (0.58'')
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Small Waterproof Connector
For this connector type, see 1.4.2 GV-MDR to install the supplied
cable connector.
42.8 mm (1.69")
ø19.6 (0.77”)
2.
Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
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1.4 Installation
To install a Mini Fixed Dome, make sure the installing site is shielded from
rain and moisture.
1.4.1 GV-MFD Series
1.
Unscrew the housing cover using the supplied torx wrench.
2.
Put the camera on the desired location and make 2 marks on the
ceiling for screw anchors. If you want to run the cables inside the
ceiling, make a round mark with a diameter of 2.5 cm.
3.
Drill the marks and insert the screw anchors.
4.
Secure the Mini Fixed Dome to the ceiling with the self-tapping
screws.
5.
Connect the camera to network and power. For details, see 1.5
Connecting the Camera.
6.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
7.
Adjust the angles based on the live view.
Pan Adjustment
Tilt Adjustment
Figure 1-6
Figure 1-5
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
8.
Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.3 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
9.
Insert a Micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version 2.0 only, Class 10) into the
memory card slot (No. 7, Figure 1-1).
10. Secure the housing cover using the supplied torx wrench.
11. Optionally conceal the cable opening with the supplied cable stopper.
Cable stopper
Figure 1-7
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1.4.2 GV-MDR Series
1.
Paste the installation sticker on the desired location. The arrow should
point toward the direction that the camera faces.
2.
Drill one hole on each of the two curves for screw anchors. Drill the
circle (30 mm in diameter) if you want to run the cable into the ceiling.
30 mm
Drill a hole
on each
Figure 1-8
3.
Insert the screw anchors.
4.
Unscrew the housing cover using the supplied torx wrench.
5.
Secure the camera body to the ceiling with the self-tapping screws.
Figure 1-9
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6.
Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
Install the cable connector to waterproof the cable. You should have 5
parts:
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 1-10
A.
Prepare an Ethernet cable with the RJ-45 connector on one
end only.
Figure 1-11
B.
Connect the Ethernet cable to the camera cable.
C.
Paste the sticker to the camera cable and slide in all the
components as shown below.
Figure 1-12
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D.
Move all the components toward the RJ-45 connector, fit item 4
to item 2, secure item 3 to the camera cable and finally secure
item 5 to item 2 tightly.
Figure 1-13
IMPORTANT: Item 5 must be secured tightly to waterproof the
cable.
7.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
8.
Adjust the angles based on the live view.
Pan Adjustment
Figure 1-14
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Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
Tilt Adjustment
Figure 1-15
Rotational Adjustment
Figure 1-16
9.
Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
10. Insert a Micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version 2.0 only, Class 10) into the
memory card slot (No. 11, Figure 1-2).
11. Replace the silica gel bag.
IMPORTANT: The silica gel bag loses it effectiveness when the dry
camera is opened. To prevent the lens from fogging up, replace the
silica gel bag every time you open the camera, and conceal the gel bag
in camera within 2 minutes of exposing to open air.
12. Secure the housing cover using the supplied torx wrench.
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13. Optionally conceal the cable opening with the supplied cable stopper.
Cable stopper
Figure 1-17
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1.5 Connecting the Camera
Refer to the wire definition and illustrations below to connect the power and
network.
1.5.1 Wire Definition
GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320
The data cable provides connections for power and network access. The
wires are illustrated and defined below:
Figure 1-18
No.
Wire Color
Definition
1
Yellow
DC 12V+
2
Orange
GND
3
Gray
PoE, Ethernet
GV-MDR Series
Power and network connectivity is provided through a PoE cable.
Wire Color
Definition
Gray
PoE, Ethernet
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1.5.2 Power and Network Connection
Use one of the following methods to power on and connect your camera to
network:

Wired connection with PoE: Use a Power over Ethernet (PoE)
adapter to connect the camera to the network, and the power will be
provided at the same time.

Wired connection with network cable (GV-MFD Series only):
Connect the camera with a standard network cable and use the power
adapter to supply power. For details, see Powering On for GV-MFD
Series below to assemble the terminal block with power adapter.

Wireless connection (GV-MFD1501 Series / 2401 Series / 2501
Series / 3401 Series / 5301 Series only): Connect the camera with a
GV-WiFi Adapter (optional accessory) and use the power adapter to
supply power.
Powering On the GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320
1.
Insert the orange wire of the camera to the left pin (-) and the yellow
wire to the right pin (+) of the terminal block.
Figure 1-19
2.
Connect the power adapter to the terminal block.
DC 12V Power Adaptor
Terminal Block
Figure 1-20
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3.
Mini Fixed & Rugged Dome
Connect the camera to network using a network cable.
1.5.3 Vehicle Installation
To install the Mini Fixed Rugged Dome on a vehicle, clip the ferrite core
to the camera cable. In accordance to EN 50155, the ferrite core is used
for reduction of the cable-based and radiated interferences, ensuring stable
image quality. The ferrite core must be attached as close as possible to the
camera with the maximum distance of 15 cm.
Max. 15 cm
Ferrite Core
Figure 1-21
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1.6 Loading Factory Default
1. Keep the power and network cables (or PoE) connected to the camera.
2. Press and hold the default button.
Default button
Status LED
Figure 1-22
(GV-MFD120 / 130 / 320)
Default button
Figure 1-23
(GV-MFD1501 Series / 2401 Series / 2501 Series / 3401 Series /
5301 Series)
3. Release the default button when the status LED blinks. This shall
take about 8 seconds.
4. When the status LED fades, the process of loading default settings is
completed and the camera reboots automatically.
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Target Mini Fixed Dome
Chapter 2 Target Mini Fixed Dome
The Target Mini Fixed Dome (GV-EFD) is an indoor, fixed, mini-sized
network camera equipped with an automatic IR-cut filter and IR LEDs for
day and night surveillance. Adjustable in 2 axis (pan and tilt), it offers an
entry-level surveillance solution with all the essential features and excellent
image quality.
Model No.
Specifications
GV-EFD1100-0F
GV-EFD2100-0F
GV-EFD4700-0F
Fixed
Lens
GV-EFD1100-2F
GV-EFD2100-2F
GV-EFD4700-2F
Description
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
1.3 MP / 2 MP,
H.264, Low
Lux, D/N
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
4 MP, H.265,
Super Low
Lux, WDR Pro,
D/N
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8 mm,
F/1.8, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
1.3 MP / 2 MP,
H.264, Low
Lux, D/N
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8 mm,
F/1.8, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
4 MP, H.265,
Super Low
Lux, WDR Pro,
D/N
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2.1 Packing List

Target Mini Fixed Dome (for GV-EFD1100 Series / 2100 Series)

H.265 Mini Fixed Dome (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

Screw x 2

Screw Anchor x 2

Focus Adjustment Ring

GV-IPCAM Software DVD

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: Power adapters can be purchased upon request.
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2
Target Mini Fixed Dome
2.2 Features



Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-EFD1100 Series
1/3’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-EFD2100 Series
1/2.8’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-EFD4700 Series
1/3” progressive scan super low lux
CMOS
Frame rate:
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-EFD1100 Series
Up to 30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-EFD2100 Series
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
GV-EFD4700 Series
Up to 25 fps at 2560 x 1440
Up to 30 fps at 2048 x 1520
Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
Dual streams from H.265, H.264 or MJPEG (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

Min. illumination at 0.02 lux (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

Intelligent IR

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

Megapixel lens

2-axis mechanism (pan / tilt)

Build-in microphone

DV 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
Wide Dynamic Range Pro (WDR Pro) (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

3D noise reduction (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

Smart streaming (for GV-EFD4700 Series)

Defog

Motion detection
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
Tampering alarm

Text overlay

Privacy mask

IP address filtering

NAS Recording (for GV-EFD1100 / 2100 Series)

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)

Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
Note: For optimal performance and compatibility, it is highly
recommended to use GV-EFD1100 / 2100 Series with a GV-NAS
System.
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2
Target Mini Fixed Dome
2.3 Overview
1
a
b
3
4
c
d
5
6
2
7
Figure 2-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Lens
Receives image inputs.
2
Pan Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust pan angle.
3
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust tilt angle.
4
Microphone
Receives sound.
5
Default
Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For details,
see 2.6 Loading Factory Default.
6
DC 12V Port
Connects to power.
7
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
a
Status
Turns on (green) when the system is ready.
b
Power
Turns on (green) when power is on.
c
Link
Turns on (green) when the network is connected.
d
ACT
Turns on (orange) when data are being transmitted.
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Note: The TV-out function can only be used during installation to adjust
the focus of the camera. To use the TV out function, connect the
supplied black BNC connector to a monitor and select your signal format
(NTSC or PAL) at the TV Out field on the Web interface. The default
signal format is NTSC. For details, see 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
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2
Target Mini Fixed Dome
2.4 Installation
The Target Mini Fixed Dome can be installed on the wall or the ceiling.
Before installing the camera, make sure the installing site is shielded from
rain and moisture.
1.
Open the housing cover by turning.
Figure 2-2
2.
Place the camera where you want to install it, and make 2 marks on
the ceiling or the wall for screw anchors. If you want to run the cables
inside the ceiling or the wall, make a round mark with a diameter of
2.5 cm.
Figure 2-3
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3.
Drill the marks and insert the screw anchors.
4.
Thread the power and / or network cable(s) through the oval-shaped
hole or the cable opening on the side.
Figure 2-4
5.
Connect the camera to network and power. For details, see 2.5
Connecting the Camera.
6.
Secure the camera to the ceiling or the wall with the supplied screws.
7.
Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
Note: The TV-out function can only be used during installation to adjust
the focus of the camera. To use the TV out function, connect the
supplied black BNC connector to a monitor and select your signal format
(NTSC or PAL) at the TV Out field on the Web interface. The default
signal format is NTSC. For details, see 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
8.
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Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
2
9.
Target Mini Fixed Dome
Loosen the tile screw, pan screw or rotational screw. Adjust the
angles based on the live view as needed, and tighten the screws
again.
Figure 2-5
10. Place the housing cover back and turn to secure it.
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2.5 Connecting the Camera
Figure 2-6
1.
Connect power using one of the following methods:

Plug the power adapter to the 12V terminal block. The power
adapter is an optional device. For detail, see Options in the
manual.

Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will be
provided over the network cable.
The power and status LEDs shall turn on (green).
2.
Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
3.
You are ready to access the live view, adjust the image clarity and
configure the basics. See Getting Started, Chapter 2, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
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2
Target Mini Fixed Dome
2.6 Loading Factory Default
1.
Keep the power and network cables (or PoE) connected to the
camera.
2.
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds.
Figure 2-7
3.
Release the default button when the status LED blinks.
Figure 2-8
4.
When the status LED fades, the process of loading default settings is
completed and the camera reboots automatically.
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Chapter 3 Target Mini Fixed
Rugged Dome
The Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome (GV-EDR) is an outdoor, fixed, minisized network camera equipped with an automatic IR-cut filter and IR LEDs
for day and night surveillance. Adhering to IK10 and IP67 standards, it
offers an entry-level outdoor surveillance solution with all the essential
features and excellent image quality.
Model No.
Specifications
GV-EDR1100-0F
GV-EDR2100-0F
GV-EDR1100-2F
GV-EDR2100-2F
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Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 2.8 mm,
F/2.0, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
Fixed Iris, f: 3.8 mm,
F/1.8, 1/2.7” M12
Mount
Description
1.3 MP / 2 MP,
H.264, Low
Lux, D/N
3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
3.1 Packing List

Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome

Screw x 2

Screw Anchor x 2

Focus Adjustment Ring

Installation Sticker

Conduit Converter

RJ-45 Connector

Waterproof Rubber Sets (for RJ-45 Cat.5 and 12V DC / for RJ-45
Cat.6)
Cat.6
Cat.5
(Ø 5 mm) (Ø 6 mm)

Torx Wrench

Silica Gel Bag x 2

Adhesive Tape for Silica Gel Bag x 2

Concave Hexagon Wrench

Ruler

Screw for Conduit Converter x 2

GV-IPCAM H.264 Software DVD

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: Power adapter can be purchased upon request.
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Note: You can choose to run the wires through a conduit pipe. After you
have threaded all the wires, install the supplied conduit converter with a
PG21 conduit connector and a self-prepared conduit pipe (of 1/2’’, 3/4’’
or 1’’) to the camera. Do not use a 1/2’’ pipe if you use the power adapter
for power supply because the adapter cannot be threaded through. A
plastic PG21 conduit connector for 1/2” pipe can be purchased upon
request.
Plastic PG21
conduit connector
Conduit pipe
Conduit converter
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
3.2 Features

Image sensor
Camera Model
Image Sensor
GV-EDR1100 Series
1/3’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS
GV-EDR2100 Series
1/2.8’’ progressive scan low lux CMOS

Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG

Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-EDR1100 Series
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-EDR2100 Series
30 fps at 1920 x 1080

Intelligent IR

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

2-axis mechanism (pan / tilt)

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Defog

Ingress protection (IP67)

Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)

Motion detection

Tampering alarm

Text overlay

Privacy mask

IP address filtering

DV 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)

Megapixel lens

NAS Recording

Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows &
Mac)
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
Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP

31 languages on Web interface

ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
Note: For optimal performance and compatibility, it is highly
recommended to use a GV-NAS System.
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
3.3 Overview
a
1
b
2
3
c
d
4
5
6
Figure 3-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Lens
Receives image inputs.
2
Tilt Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust tilt angle.
3
Pan Screw
Loosens the screw to adjust pan angle.
4
Default
Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For details,
see 3.6 Loading Factory Default.
5
DC 12V Port
Connects to power.
6
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
a
Status
Turns on (green) when the system is ready.
b
Power
Turns on (green) when power is on.
c
Link
Turns on (green) when the network is connected.
d
ACT
Turns on (orange) when data are being transmitted.
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3.4 Installation
The Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome can be installed on the wall or ceiling.
You must use the supplied waterproof rubber set to waterproof the cable.
1.
Paste the installation sticker where you want to install, and drill two
holes that are at a diagonal. To run the cables inside the wall or
ceiling, drill a larger opening as shown below.
Figure 3-2
2.
Insert the supplied screw anchors into the two drilled holes.
3.
Open the camera’s housing cover using the supplied torx wrench.
Figure 3-3
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
4.
Unscrew the three screws as indicated below. A back plate can be
separated from the bottom.
5.
Use the 2 supplied screws to secure the back plate onto the ceiling or
the wall where the screw anchors were inserted.
Figure 3-4
Figure 3-5
6.
Prepare an Ethernet cable with the RJ-45 connector on one end only.
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7.
Remove the waterproof cap from the cable opening and thread the
power and / or network cable(s) through the opening.
Figure 3-6
8.
Install the supplied waterproof rubber set onto the cable(s). The
rubber set has two parts. According to the below situation, replace
Part 1 if necessary.

For users of PoE with a Cat.5 Ethernet cable, stay with Part 1a
on the camera body.

For users of PoE with a Cat.6 Ethernet cable, change Part 1a to
the supplied Waterproof rubber set (1b).

For users of DC 12V, change Part 1a to the supplied Waterproof
rubber set (1c).
For Cat.5 Ethernet
cable (PoE)
1a
For Cat.6 Ethernet
cable (PoE)
For adapter wire
1b
Figure 3-7
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For Ethernet cable
1c
2
3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
A.
Slide the waterproof rubber set, and the waterproof cap you
previously removed through the cable(s) as shown below.
1
2
Figure 3-8
B.
Connect the supplied RJ-45 connector to the Ethernet cable.
C.
If you are using a power adapter, insert the striped wire to the
left pin (+) and the other wire to the right pin (-).
D.
Fit item 1 to item 2, and insert them in the cable opening. Use
the supplied ruler to make sure the length of the cable(s) from
the bottom of the opening to the end of the cable is under
10 cm.
Figure 3-9
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Figure 3-10
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
E.
Cap the cable opening with the waterproof cap. Use the
supplied concave hexagon wrench to tighten.
Figure 3-11
9.
Thread the cable(s) under the black cable holder. You can loosen the
screw on the cable holder if needed.
Figure 3-12
10. Connect the camera to network and power. For details, see 3.5
Connecting the Camera.
11. Secure the camera to the back plate by tightening the three screws as
shown in Step 4.
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12. Access the live view. For details, see 2.1 Accessing the Live View,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
13. Adjust image clarity using the GV-IP Device Utility program. For
details, see 2.2 Adjusting Image Clarity, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
14. Loosen the tile screw and pan screw, adjust the angles based on the
live view as needed, and tighten the screws again.
Figure 3-13
15. Attach the silica gel bag to the place indicated below, and secure the
housing cover using the torx wrench.
Figure 3-14
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
IMPORTANT:
1.
The gel bag loses its effectiveness when the dry camera is
opened. To prevent the lens from fogging up, replace the silica gel
bag every time you open the camera and conceal the silica gel bag
within 2 minutes of exposing to open air.
2.
Make sure the housing cover is properly secured to prevent water
from entering and damaging the inner housing.
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3.5 Connecting the Camera
1
2
Figure 3-15
1.
Connect power using one of the following methods:

Plug the power adapter to the 12V terminal block. The power
adapter is an optional device. For detail, see Options in the
manual.

Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will be
provided over the network cable.
The power and status LEDs shall turn on (green).
2.
Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
3.
You are ready to access the live view, adjust the image clarity and
configure the basics. See Getting Started, Chapter 2, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
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3 Target Mini Fixed Rugged Dome
3.6 Loading Factory Default
1.
Keep the power and network cables (or PoE) connected to the
camera.
2.
Press and hold the default button for about 8 seconds.
Figure 3-16
3.
Release the default button when the status LED blinks.
Figure 3-17
4.
When the status LED fades, the process of loading default settings is
completed and the camera reboots automatically.
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Chapter 4 Cube Camera
The Cube Camera is a light weighted network camera designed for indoor
usage. Its simple design allows for fast and easy installation and fixed-spot
surveillance once installed. Four models are available:
Model No.
GV-CB120
GV-CB220
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Specification
Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 3.35
mm, F/2.4, 1/3”
M12 mm lens
mount
Description
1.3 MP, H.264, Cube
Camera
2 MP, H.264, Cube
Camera
4
Cube Camera
4.1 Packing List

Cube Camera

Supporting Rack

Screw x 3

Screw Anchor x 3

GV-IPCAM H.264 Software
DVD

Power Adapter

GV-Software DVD

Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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4.2 Features
 1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
 Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
 Frame rate
Camera Model
Frame Rate
GV-CB120
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
GV-CB220
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
 Day and night function (electronic)
 Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
 Defog
 Two-way audio
 Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage
 2D noise reduction
 Motion detection
 Tampering alarm
 Text overlay
 Privacy mask
 IP address filtering
 Megapixel lens
 Support for iPhone, iPad, Android and 3GPP
 31 languages on Web interface
 ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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4
Cube Camera
4.3 Overview
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Figure 4-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Microphone
Receives sounds.
2
Speaker
Plays sounds.
3
LAN
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet.
4
Status LED
Turns red when the system powers on.
Turns orange when the system is ready.
5
LAN LED
Turns green when the camera is connected
to the Internet through wires.
6
Stand screw
Connects to the Supporting Rack.
7
Default Button
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 2.6 Loading Factory Default.
8
Power port
Connects to the power adapter.
9
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC, version
2.0 only, Class 10) to store recording data.
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4.4 Installation
Follow the steps below to install, connect to and adjust your Cube Camera
and Wireless Cube Camera.
1. Put the supporting rack on the desired location and make marks for
screw anchors.
Figure 4-2
2. Drill the marks and insert the screw anchors.
3. Secure the supporting rack onto the wall using the supplied screws.
4. Screw the camera onto the supporting rack and fasten the indicated
screw.
Figure 4-3
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4
Cube Camera
5. Connect the network and power cables to the camera. See 4.5
Connecting the Camera.
6. Access the live view. See 2.1 Accessing the Live View, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
7. Adjust the angle of the camera based on live view and fasten the
indicated screw.
Figure 4-4
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4.5 Connecting the Camera
1
2
Figure 4-5
1. Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
2. Power on using the power adapter.
3. The status LED of the camera will be orange.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to use the GeoVision power adapter to power up
the camera. To use your own power cable, make sure you look up the
power source value indicated at the camera’s back panel.
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4
Cube Camera
4.6 Loading Factory Default
1. Keep the power and network cables connected to the camera.
2. Use a pin to press and hold the default button on the panel.
Default button
Status LED
Figure 4-6
3. Release the default button when the status LED blinks. This shall
take about 8 seconds.
4. When the status LED turns orange, the process of loading default
settings is completed and the camera is ready for use.
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Chapter 5 Advanced Cube
Camera
The Advanced Cube Camera integrates the passive infrared (PIR) sensor
and the alarm LED to illuminate the scene automatically when the motion is
detected. It also offers wireless connection to the network for flexible
installation. It is small, light, and easy-to-use for indoor security. We
provide four models:
Model No.
Specification
Description
GV-CA120
1.3 MP, H.264,
Cube Camera
GV-CA220
2 MP, H.264, Cube
Camera
GV-CAW120
GV-CAW220
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Fixed
Lens
Fixed Iris, f: 3.35
mm, F/2.4, 1/3” M12
mm lens mount
1.3 MP, H.264,
Wireless Cube
Camera
2 MP, H.264,
Wireless Cube
Camera
5 Advanced Cube Camera
5.1 Packing List
 Advanced Cube Camera
 Supporting Rack
 Screw x 3
 Screw Anchor x 3
 GV-IPCAM H.264 Software
DVD
 Power Adapter
 GV-Software DVD
 Warranty Card
Note: The power adapter can be excluded upon request.
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5.2 Features
 1/2.5’’ progressive scan CMOS
 Dual streams from H.264 or MJPEG
 Frame rate
Camera Model
GV-CA120 / CAW120
GV-CA220 / CAW220
Frame Rate
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
 Micro SD card slot (SD/SDHC) for local storage
 Passive infrared (PIR) sensor for detecting movement and activating the
white illumination LED
 DC 5V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af, for GV-CA120 / 220 only)
 Day and night function (electronic)
 Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
 Defog
 Wireless connectivity: WiFi 802.11b/g/n (for GV-CAW120 / 220 only)
 NAS recording
 Recording assigned by GV-Edge Recording Manager (Windows & Mac)
 Two-way audio
 2D noise reduction
 Motion detection
 Tampering alarm
 Text overlay
 Privacy mask
 IP address filtering
 Megapixel lens
 Smart device access
 31 languages on Web interface
 ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
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5 Advanced Cube Camera
5.3 Overview
13
1
2 3
4
5
6 7
8
9
10
11
12
Figure 5-1
No.
Name
Description
1
Speaker
Plays sounds for tampering and motion
alarm, and listens to the audio around the
camera. To set up alarm sound, see 4.3.9
Speaker, GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
2
PIR sensor
Passive infrared sensor.
3
Microphone
Receives sounds.
4
White Illumination
LED
When the PIR sensor detects the
movement, the white illumination LED
lights up in a low light scene. To set up the
LED, see 4.1.1 Video Settings, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
5
Monitoring LED
Reflects monitoring status of the camera.
See the below table.
6
Live View LED
Reflects live view status of the camera.
See the below table.
7
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
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No.
Name
Description
8
Stand screw
Connects to the Supporting Rack.
9
Power port
Connects to the power adapter.
10
Ready LED
Reflects system status of the camera. See
the below table.
11
LAN LED
Reflects LAN status of the camera. See the
below table.
12
Memory Card Slot
Inserts a micro SD card (SD/SDHC,
version 2.0 only, Class 10) to store
recording data.
13
Default
Resets the camera to factory default. For
details, see 5.6 Loading Factory Default.
IMPORTANT: The White Illumination LED can reach high temperatures.
Be sure not to touch the LED with bare hand.
LED
Live View
Monitoring
Ready
Status
Description

Turns on orange light when you
see the live view.

Turns on red light when you start
monitoring.

Turns on green light when the
system is ready.
Flashes green light when you
load default value.


LAN
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
Turns on green light when you
connect the LAN Network.
Turns on blue light when you
connect the Wi-Fi Network (for GVCAW120 / 220 only).
5 Advanced Cube Camera
5.4 Installation
Follow the steps below to install, connect to and adjust your Advanced
Cube Camera and Wireless Advanced Cube Camera.
1. Put the supporting rack on the desired location and make marks for
screw anchors.
Figure 5-2
2. Drill the marks and insert the screw anchors.
3. Secure the supporting rack onto the wall using the supplied screws.
4. Screw the camera onto the supporting rack and fasten the indicated
screw.
Figure 5-3
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5. Connect the network and power cables to the camera. See 5.5
Connecting the Camera.
6. Access the live view. See 2.1 Accessing the Live View, GV-IPCam
Firmware Manual.
7. Adjust the angle of the camera based on live view and fasten the
indicated screw.
Figure 5-4
8. For GV-CAW120/220, to connect to the Internet through wireless
service, follow the steps in 2.1.3 Configuring the Wireless Connection,
GV-IPCam Firmware Manual.
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5 Advanced Cube Camera
5.5 Connecting the Camera
1
2
Figure 5-5
1. Use a standard network cable to connect the camera to your network.
2. Connect power using one of the following methods:
 plugging the power adapter to the power port.
 using the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function and the power will be
provided over the network cable.
3. When the ready LED of the camera shines green, the camera is ready
for use.
Note: PoE function is only supported for GV-CA120 and GV-CA220.
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5.6 Loading Factory Default
1. Keep the power and network cables connected to the camera.
2. Use a pin to press and hold the default button on the panel.
Default button
Status LED
Figure 5-6
3. Release the default button when the status LED blinks. This shall
take about 8 seconds.
4. When the status LED turns green, the process of loading default
settings is completed and the camera is ready for use.
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