Trendnet TVIP522P, TV-IP522P User manual

Trendnet TVIP522P, TV-IP522P User manual
 CONTENTS
About This User’s Guide………………………………………………………………………………………iv
Before You Start ……………………………………………………………………………………………….iv
Packing List …………………………………………………………….………………………………………iv
System Requirements …………………………………………………………………………………………v
Default Settings ……………………………………………………………………………..………………...vi
Introductions ………………………………………………………………………………...………7
Features and Benefits ………………………………………………………………………………..7
Camera Hardware Components ..........................................................................................8
Front Panel Components …………….……………………………………………………………………...8
LED Indicators …………..…………………………………………………………………………..………...8
Rear Panel Components ……………………………....…………………………………………………...9
INSTALLING THE CAMERA...............................................................................................10
Attach Camera to Stand ................................................................................................................ 10
Connect Ethernet Cable ................................................................................................................ 11
Connect Power using AC Adapter and Power On Camera ........................................................... 11
Connect Power using PoE ............................................................................................................ 12
Reset Camera ...................................................................................................................................13
SD Card Slot ................................................................................................................................ 14
SETUPWIZARD.................................................................................................................15
USING THE CAMERA WEB MANAGER ..........................................................................26
Accessing the Camera Video Display ........................................................................................ 26
Login............................................................................................................................................ 27
Web Manager and Live Video Display Page ............................................................................... 27
Live Video Display User Interface .................................................................................................. 28
Camera Configuration Setup ...................................................................................................... 30
System Settings............................... .......................................................................................... 31
Network Settings ........................................................................................................... .............. 35
Video and Audio Settings ............................................................................................................ 37
Action ........................ ................................................................................................................. 40
Motion Detection.......................................................................................................................... 44
Tools........................................................... ................................................................................ 45
Device Information..................... ................... ............................................................................. 47
IPVIEW PRO 2.0................................................................................................................48
IPView Pro 2.0 User Interface ..................................................................................................... 51
Camera configuration with IPView Pro 2.0 .................................................................................. 54
Schedule Recording with IPView Pro 2.0 ................................................................................... 56
Setup Motion Detection and Digital Input with IPView Pro 2.0 .................................................... 57
PLAYING VIDEO FILES ON A COMPUTER ....................................................................59
Load Saved Video Files .............................................................................................................. 60
Play Video Files...........................................................................................................................61
ffdshow ........................................................................................................................................62
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................68
I/O TERMINAL APPLICATION .........................................................................................71
Limited Warranty ………………………………………………………………………………...73
TV-IP522P ProView Megapixel Internet Camera
About This User’s Guide
This user’s guide provides instructions on how to install the TV-IP522P ProView Megapixel
Internet Camera and use it for camera monitoring applications. Camera monitor applications
are accessible through an Ethernet local area network.
Before You Start
Please read and make sure you understand all the prerequisites for proper installation of your
new PoE Network Camera. Have all the necessary information and equipment on hand before
beginning the installation.
Packing List
Open the shipping carton and carefully remove all items. In addition to this Manual, ascertain
that you have:
• One TV-IP522P
• One Camera Stand
• One Power Adapter
• One Ethernet Cable
• One Installation CD-ROM (Utilities and User’s Guide)
• One Quick Installation Guide
If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
CAUTION: If powering up the camera with DC power, the
Camera must be used with the power adapter included with
the device.
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System Requirements
Computer
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CPU:
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For Intel x86 compatible CPUs: Intel Pentium IV 2.0Ghz or above
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For IA64 compatible CPUs: AMD Athlon 64 3000+ and above
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Memory: 1GB or above
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VGA Resolution: 1024 x 768 or above (Independent Display Card recommended)
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10BASE-T Ethernet or 100BASE-TX Fast Ethernet Network Interface Card
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CD-ROM Drive for SetupWizard on Installation CD-ROM
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IPView Pro 2.0 Application Users must use Microsoft® Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2000
Operating System with Internet Explorer 6.0 or above with DirectX 9.0.
Note: When you connect multiple cameras and monitor their images
synchronously, it is recommended to use a high performance system,
such as a Pentium 4 2.4GHz PC.
Network
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Local Area Network: 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet or Gigabit
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Default Settings
Use the default settings to access the web-based management software and live video display.
Default configuration settings
Username
This is the Username you will be prompted to enter when you access the TV-IP522P
configuration screens using a Web browser. The default Username is admin.
Password
This is the Password you will be prompted to enter when you access the
configuration windows using a Web browser. The default Password is admin.
IP address
This is the IP address you will enter into the Address field of your Web browser to
access the camera monitor screen and configuration menus using a Web Browser.
The camera uses DHCP for IP settings by default. If a DHCP server is not detected,
the default IP address is 192.168.10.30. (Make sure your computer is
configured to belong to the 192.168.10.X subnet if using the default IP
address of the camera.)
Subnet
Mask
The default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
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Introduction
The TV-IP522P ProView Megapixel Internet Camera transmits live real-time high-quality M-JPEG/
MPEG-4/H.264 video through an Ethernet network useful for remote monitoring applications. The
live video can be viewed remotely and managed through the network from any computer
connected to the network.
Features and Benefits
Easy to use - The Camera is a standalone system with built-in CPU, no special hardware or
software is required. The camera supports DirectX 9.0; therefore, the only requirement you need
is the web browser software such as Internet Explorer 6.0 or above. Once you have a valid IP
Address, just connect it and you can view the picture and receive sound from your camera. In
addition, the camera’s stand allows you to adjust the camera for optimal viewing angle.
Motion detection and event triggered digital image or video recording – Use the Motion
Detection to take a snapshot or digital video record of objects that move through a selected area of
the video display.
Live audio for listen and speaking – The built-in mic is useful for listening for noise or voices in
front of the camera. The sensitivity can be adjusted to pick up faint noise. An audio output
connection allows use of external speakers for two way communication from the operator’s station.
Supports variety of platforms - The camera supports TCP/IP networking, SMTP e-mail, HTTP and
other Internet related protocols and can be integrated easily into other www/Intranet applications.
Web configuration - Applying a standard web browser, the administrator can configure and
manage the camera directly from its own web page via the Intranet or Internet. Up to 20 user
accounts are permitted with privilege settings controlled by the administrator.
Remote Utility - The powerful IPView Pro 2.0 application assigns the administrator with a predefined user ID and password, allowing the administrator to modify the camera settings from the
remote site via Intranet or Internet. When new firmware is available, you can also upgrade
remotely over the network for added convenience. Users are also allowed to monitor the image,
and take snapshots.
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Camera Hardware Components
Below is a summary description of the camera hardware:
Front and Side Components
Adjustable focus
camera lens Link/Power
LED indicator Audio mic
Lens comes with 2 parts that’s adjustable, Focus (front) and Aperture (back).
Please adjust the aperture first then the focus.
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Rear Panel Components
The power connection to the camera when fitted with the Infrared lens is split between the camera
body and lens using the power connection adapter cable attached to the infrared lens. All other
cables connect to the camera at the rear panel.
Power indicator
GPIO Port GPIO Port
Power receptacle Auto Iris Adjustment
Audio-Out Port
Audio-In Port for mic
Ethernet Port Reset button
Rear Panel view of TV-IP522P
LED Indicators
LNK
PWR
This LED indicator lights green when the camera is powered on . It remains
dark when powered off.
This LED indicator lights steady green when a valid Ethernet link is
established. It blinks green when traffic is received or transmitted through
the Ethernet link.
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Mic-In
Line Out
DC 12V
Auto Iris Connector
(DC drive)
Reset
Ethernet
The camera is equipped with an internal microphone, however this can be augmented
by an external mic. Use this audio jack socket for an external microphone.
Use this audio jack socket to connect to external speakers for two-way audio
communication.
Insert the power adapter shipped with the camera directly if using the regular
lens; or insert the power adapter cable on the infrared lens connected to the
power adapter cable if using the infrared lens. This
is used to supply power to the camera. The camera will boot up when connected to a
power source. There is no separate power switch.
Use this for fine-tuning adjustment of Auto Iris lens. Auto Iris lens are not included
with the camera. Please see the instructions of the lens manufacturer for more
information.
Note: Auto Exposure should be turned off when using an Auto Iris lens.
Use to reset device to factory default settings including IP address and administrator
user name and password.
Connect the Ethernet cable here.
Ethernet (PoE)
Connect the Ethernet cable here. PoE connection provides network and device power
on networks that support PoE.
GPIO
The camera provides the I/O connectors on the rear panel (pins 1/2 are for DC12V +/, pins 3/4/5/6 are for Photo-Relay Inputs, pins 7/8 are for Photo-Relay Outputs and
pins 9/10 are for RS-485 +/-), which provides the physical interface to send and
receive digital signals to a variety of external alarm devices.
Auto-Iris Connector (DC drive)
The camera supports additional Auto Iris Lens(DC drive), and provides the power control signal
required for adjusting the lens through this Auto-Iris Connector(DC drive)(4-pin) .You can attach any
standard Auto Iris Lens(DC drive)(optional) for specific purposes such as outdoor applications.
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Installing the Camera
The camera should be attached to the stand included in the package. The camera stand can be
mounted on a flat surface using the three screw holes on the base of the stand. The camera is
intended for indoor use. The camera, the power adapter and power source should be protected
from water and moisture, excessive heat, direct sunlight and cold. Make sure the power adapter
and cord and Ethernet cable are safely arranged so they do not create a tripping hazard and will
not be disturbed by people or objects moving past.
Attach Camera to Stand
Determine the location for the camera and assemble the camera stand. Secure the stand to the
flat surface or ceiling with the mounting screws included in the package. When the stand is
assembled and firmly attached to flat surface or ceiling, attach the camera. Do not attach
network cables or the power cord until the camera is firmly mounted in place.
Follow the assembly and installation instructions below to mount the
camera before connecting the power or network cables.
1. Determine where the camera will be located and assemble the camera stand. For wall
mounting, use both arm sections of the camera stand. For ceiling or flat top surface
mounting, use the straight section of the stand only.
2. Firmly attach the camera stand to a suitable flat surface by placing screws in the holes of the
mount plate and screwing them into place. Make sure the stand is securely attached before
attaching the camera.
3. Aim the camera at the area of coverage and hand tighten the nut to keep the camera in
position.
4. Attach the Ethernet cable (see below).
5. Attach the power adapter and connect it to a suitable power source (see below). Check
the power and Ethernet LED indicators to check for basic functionality.
The camera is shipped with a camera stand. The swivel ball screw head on the stand can be
attached to the bottom screw hole of camera. The swivel ball mount allows the camera to be
pointed in a direction and fixed in position. Three holes on the base of the camera stand are used
to securely attach the stand to a wall or ceiling.
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Connect Ethernet Cable
To connect the camera to your network, connect a Category 5 or better Ethernet cable to
the network cable connector located on the camera’s left side panel, and then attach it to the
network. The Ethernet port will automatically detect and adjust to the speed (10 or 100
Mbps) and polarity (MDI-II or MDI-X) of the connection.
Connect Power using AC Adapter and Power On Camera
To provide power to the camera, connect the AC power adapter to the DC power input connector,
also located on the camera’s rear panel, and then plug it into a suitable power source. As with any
electrical device, make sure the power source and camera are located in an area where it is not
going to get wet or present an electrical hazard.
Note that there is a difference in how the power connection of the infrared lens assembly
connects compared with the 6mm CCTV lens. The infrared lens requires power and therefore it
is equipped with and special adapter to power both the camera and the lens.
CAUTION: The Camera must be used with the power
adapter included with the device.
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Reset Camera
A manual reset can be conducted by following the procedure below. The reset button is located on
the rear panel of the camera. To reset the system settings to factory defaults, please follow these
steps:
1. Leave the camera powered on, do not disconnect the power.
2. Use a paper clip or similar object to press the reset button and hold. The reset button is
located on the rear panel of the device. See the Rear Panel Components picture above to
locate the reset button.
3. Keep the button pressed about 10 seconds.
4. Release the button.
The camera will then automatically reboot itself. Upon restarting the camera loads the factory
default configuration settings. The default IP address 192.168.10.30 and subnet mask
255.255.255.0 will be applied unless a DHCP server is actively connected to the network. The
administrator’s default user name is admin and the password is admin. Use the SetupWizard
shipped with the camera to reconfigure it or access it through the web-based management
software.
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SD Card Slot
SD Card Slot
The built in SD card slot allows you to insert Secure Digital Cards. This enables images taken by the
camera to be saved to an external SD card.
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SetupWizard
This section describes the how to setup a camera using the SetupWizard. To install the
SetupWizard on a system running Windows, launch the SetupWizard on the installation CD-ROM
and follow the setup instructions. Once the software is installed, the SetupWizard utility is ready for
use.
Launching the SetupWizard
To launch the SetupWizard, click Start > Programs > TRENDnet > SetupWizard > SetupWizard.
SetupWizard- Install Your Camera
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Connect the camera to your LAN using the provided RJ45 cable.
Connect the AC Power Adapter to the back of the camera and to a live power socket.
Click Next to continue.
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SetupWizard- Select Your Camera
The following screen appears showing the cameras that have been found on your network:
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Click on the camera you want to configure.
Click Next to continue.
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SetupWizard- Authentication
On the following screen type in the ID and Password that you will use to configuring the camera
settings:
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Type a User ID in the ID field.
Type the password of the User in the Password field.
Click Next to continue.
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SetupWizard- Change Password
The following screen allows you to change the default admin password:
Carry out the following if you want to change the admin password:
• Tick the Change Password checkbox
• Type in a New Password in the New Password field and confirm it in the Confirm
Password field
• Click the Next button to proceed to the next Setup window
If you don’t want to change the admin password, leave the checkbox un-ticked and click Next.
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SetupWizard- Select a Connection Option
The following window allows you to specify the connection method used by your camera network.
Click the radio button of the network environment your camera is connected to. The available
options are:
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PPPoE
DHCP
Fixed IP
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SetupWizard- Select a Connection Option- PPPoE
If your connection method is PPPoE, click the PPPoE radio button and click Next:
The following window appears:
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Type the User Name used to connect to your PPPoE connection in the User Name field.
Type the Password of the PPPoE User Name in the Password field and confirm it in the
Confirm Password field.
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Click Next to proceed to the next setup window.
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SetupWizard- Select a Connection Option- DHCP
If your connection method is DHCP, click the DHCP radio button and click Next:
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SetupWizard- Select a Connection Option- Fixed IP
If your connection method is Fixed IP, click the Fixed IP radio button:
The following window appears:
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Type in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS Server IP address
and Secondary DNS Server IP Address in the appropriate fields.
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Click Next to proceed to the next setup window.
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SetupWizard- Other Settings
The following window allows you to configure additional camera settings:
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Type a name to help you identify the camera in the Camera Name field.
Set the camera date and time from the Camera Time drop-down menus. To use the
time settings from your computer, click the Copy Local Time button.
Click Next when you have finished configuring the other settings.
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SetupWizard- Setting Up The Camera
The following window appears, summarizing the network settings of your camera:
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When you have finished setting up the Camera click the Next button. To make
any changes to your Camera settings, click the Previous button.
SetupWizard- Camera Restart
The following window appears, indicating that the camera is restarting:
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SetupWizard- Complete
After the camera has restarted, the following window will appear:
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Click the hyper-link to connect to the camera web interface.
If you want to setup an additional camera, click the Setup Another Camera
button.
When you have finished, click the Exit button to close the SetupWizard.
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Using the Camera Web Manager
The camera is easy to use and manage. Use a normal web browser to access the camera’s live
video display, as well as the configuration software. It is recommended to check and make sure the
computer can access and use the camera before placing it in the location where it will be used,
especially if it is mounted to a ceiling or other area that is difficult to physically access.
For the initial setup, use the SetupWizard program located on the TV-IP522P CD-ROM included
with the camera. Use the wizard to assign an IP address and other network settings. Once the
camera has an IP address, follow the instructions below to access the camera’s web management
interface used to manage the camera and for video display.
Accessing the Camera Video Display
If the camera is used on a network with an active DHCP server, the camera will detect it and obtain
an IP address. If you are using the camera on a network with a DHCP server it is necessary to first
determine what the IP address of camera is. To do this, follow the instructions in the Quick
Installation Guide to launch the IPCam Wizard software utility used with the TV-IP522P.
NOTE: If your network uses DHCP or has an active DHCP server running, use the
SetupWizard utility on the installation CD-ROM shipped with the camera to first access the
camera. Once it is accessed, you can change the IP address or continue to use the DHCP
assigned address as preferred. See the Quick Installation Guide for instructions on using the
SetupWizard utility.
If your network does not use a DHCP server, the camera will use a default IP address of
192.168.10.30. Use this address to access the web-based management software. Use a web
browser and type in http:// followed by the default IP address, 192.168.10.30 in the address bar of
the browser and press the Enter key. The URL in the address bar should read:
http://192.168.10.30
If the login dialog does not appear, check the proxy server settings on your browser.
NOTE: The wrong proxy server settings on your browser can prevent connection to the web
manager. If you are having trouble connecting to the web interface of the VLAN Switch,
configure the proxy settings to bypass the proxy server or disable use of proxy servers and try
to connect again.
To check proxy setting for Windows Internet Explorer:
1. In Windows, click on the Start button, go to Settings and choose Control Panel.
2. In the Control Panel window, double-click on the Internet Options icon. (Alternatively you
can access this Internet Options menu using the Tools pull-down menu in Internet
Explorer.)
3. Click the Connections tab and click on the LAN Settings button.
4. Verify that the “Use proxy server” option is NOT checked. If it is checked, click in the
checked box to deselect the option and click OK.
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Login
To access the web manager directly from a computer or on a
network without a DHCP server running, use the default IP
address of the camera in the browser address entry to
access the web manager. Type http://192.168.10.30 in the
address bar and press Enter. The login dialog appears when
accessing the camera.
Type the default user name “admin”, default password
“admin” and click on the OK button to access the camera’s
management interface.
Web Manager and Live Video Display Page
The live video display appears after successful logging in to the web manager.
Camera video display in web manager
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Live Video Display User Interface
The web manager’s live video page presents icons at the bottom used to change the display size,
control snapshot and recording of video and audio controls. Links to other management menus are
located at the top right porting of the interface. Click the SETUP link to view menus used to
configure various camera settings including advanced video and network configuration settings.
Click the SYSTEM link to view menus used for device management, firmware upgrades, device
logs, device reset and configuration settings back up.
Live Video Display user interface
Video Display Control
Change display settings Click on the screen icon to change the
resolution and format of the video display to a preconfigured video
settings profile. Four profiles can be configured using the Video
and Audio Settings menu. See the description of the menu below
in the section of the same title. The yellow icon shows which profile
is currently being used.
Full Screen Click on the Full Screen icon to use the entire monitor
display area for live video output. Use the left click button on the
mouse with the cursor placed at the top, bottom, left and right
edges of the display to pan and tilt the view.
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Recording, Snapshot, Audio and Digital Output Controls
Record and Snapshot Use the camera icon to take a snapshot of
the video display. This will immediately cause the screen capture or
snapshot to appear on the desktop in a new browser window. Use
the Record (REC) icon to begin recording to the local hard disk. In
order to do either of these however, first click on the file folder icon
to select the location where the snapshot or video recording is to be
stored (by default a folder is created in My Documents if not
specified). The REC icon becomes yellow while recording is active.
Audio Input control Click to enable or disable the camera’s built-in
mic to provide audio surveillance or voice communication from the
camera. This is enabled by default.
Audio Output control Audio speakers can be connected to the
camera via the external audio miniplug. Use this control to enable
or disable the audio output for voice or other audio through
connected speakers. This is disabled by default.
Digital Output control Click to enable or disable the Digital Output
Port. This icon will appear yellow if the Digital Output port is enabled.
Event Indicators
Digital Input indicator This appears yellow when the digital input
mechanism is active. This requires a device or devices to be
connected to the camera via the I/O terminal.
Motion Detection indicator The motion detection icon appears
yellow when motion is detected in the zone previously configured
for motion detection. Motion detection must be configured in the
Motion Detection menu located in the Setup Menu directory.
Recording indicator (right panel) This appears yellow while the
video display is being recorded.
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Camera Setup
Click the Setup link to view the menus in the Setup Menu directory. These menus are used to
configure network settings, video and other settings for the camera.
SetupWizard menu in Setup directory
To configure the camera with the web manager’s Wizard, click the Next button and follow the
instructions in the menus to configure network, time and name settings.
To configure these settings without using the wizard, click on the link for the settings to be
configured to view the Setup menu. These menus are presented and described in the pages
that follow.
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System Configuration
The System configuration menus include the Device Management menu and Time and Date.
Device Management
Device Management menu
Admin Password Setting
Use this section to change the Admin Password for the camera. Type in a New Password and
confirm it in the Retype Password field. Click Save to set the new password.
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Add User Account
Use this section to add a new user. Up to 20 User accounts can be created on the TV-IP522P
camera. To create a new user, carry out the following:
• Type a name for the new user in the User Name field.
• Type in a new password in the New Password field.
• Confirm the password in the Retype Password field.
• Click Add to add the new user.
Note: The maximum number of users that can log onto the camera is 10 at the same time. Please
keep in mind the performance of the transmission speed will be reduced if multiple users have
logged onto the camera simultaneously.
User List
Use this section to delete existing users. Users can be removed by selecting the name from the
User Name drop-down menu and clicking the Delete button.
Device Setting
Use this section to change the following Camera settings:
• Camera Name - This parameter sets the name of your camera. You can use this to type
a name to help you identify the camera, e.g. Front Door could be used if your camera is
focused on the front door of your house.
• Enable OSD - Tick the checkbox to make the information bar On Screen Display (OSD)
appear when viewing video.
• Label - If enabling OSD, type a name that will appear as the text label on the On Screen
Display (OSD), e.g. Front Door could be used if your camera is focused on the front door
of your house.
• Show time - If enabling OSD, tick this checkbox to display the time on the On Screen
Display (OSD).
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Time and Date
Use the Time and Date menu to set the camera’s time settings manually, from the computer’s time
or use a network time server (NTP server).
Time Zone
Use the drop-down menu to select your
time zone.
Enable Daylight Saving
If the region you are located in use
Daylight Saving Time adjustments,
ctick this checkbox.
Auto Daylight Saving
If enabling Daylight Saving Time,
click this radio button to adjust
Daylight Saving Time automatically.
Set date and time manually
If enabling Daylight Saving Time carry out the following:
• Click this radio button to manually adjust Daylight Saving Time.
• Use the Offset drop-down menu to set the Daylight Saving adjustment that will be used.
• Set the Start time and End time of the Daylight Saving period by using the drop-down menus
to set the Month, Week and Day of Week. Type the Hour and Minutes that the Daylight
Saving adjustment ill start and end in the respective fields.
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Automatic time configuration
• Click a radio button to specify the method used to set the time on the TV-IP522P.
Synchronize with NTP Server
• Click this radio button to specify that the TV-IP522P should be synchronized with an NTP
Server.
• Type the NTP Server URL in the NTP Server textbox.
Set date and time manually
• Click this radio button to specify that the date and time will be set manually.
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Use the drop-down menus to select the current the Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute
and Second. Alternatively you can automatically fill in the drop-down menus with the
current date and time from your computer by clicking the Copy Your Computer’s
Time Settings button.
When you have finished setting the time and date, click the Ok button at the bottom of the window.
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Network Settings
To Network menu contains two sub-menus that provide the Networking Settings for the camera,
such as the IP Setting, and DDNS Setting
LAN IP Settings
Network Setup menus
The camera’s IP settings can be configured as a DHCP client to obtain IP settings automatically, or
configure static IP settings as needed for the private network.
To use IP settings automatically obtained from a DHCP server on the network, select the DHCP
Connection option. For manually entered or static IP settings, choose the Static IP Address
option and type an IP Address unique on the LAN, appropriate Subnet Mask, Default Gateway
address and Primary and Secondary DNS server IP address (for example, used for functions that
require Internet access and DNS service such as SNTP with a named server). Click the OK button
at the bottom of the web page to change and save the IP settings.
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UPnP
If you want to enable the TV-IP522P ProView Megapixel Internet Camera to connect to other
UPnP devices in your network, tick the Enable UPnP checkbox.
UPnP port forwarding
To enable UPnP port forwarding, tick the Enable UPnP port forwarding checkbox. Enabling
UPnP port forwarding allows the camera to add a port forwarding entry to be added to your router
automatically.
If your network uses different port numbers for External HTTP and External RTSP type in the
values used by your network in the External HTTP port and External RSTP port fields.
PPPoE
For PPPoE client Internet access, tick the Enable PPPoE checkbox and enter the user name and
password used for the PPPoE connection. Click the OK button at the bottom of the web page to
apply the PPPoE account settings.
DDNS
If a Dynamic DNS account has been setup, use the DDNS menu to enter account information.
DDNS menu
Click the Enable DDNS option and enter DDNS account information in the available entry fields.
Click the OK button at the bottom of the web page to apply the DDNS configuration.
Port Detail
Use the Port Detail Settings menu to change the port used for HTTP web access or RSTP
streaming access to the camera’s video output.
Port Detail settings menu
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Setting up Video & Audio
The Video & Audio menu contains two sub-menus that provide the video and audio Settings for the
camera and Use the Image Setup configuration to optimize the live video display.
Brightness
Adjust the brightness level. The value range is from 0 – 100. (The default setting is 60)
Saturation
Adjust the saturation level. The value range is from 0 – 100 increments (The default setting is
75)
Hue
Adjust the hue level. The value range is from 0 – 100 increments (The default setting is 50)
Contrast
Adjust the contrast level. The value range is from 0 – 100 increments of 20. (The default setting is
100.)
Sharpens
Adjust the sharpens level. The value range is from 0 – 100 increments (The default setting is 90)
Frequency
Select the proper frequency (50Hz or 60Hz) to eliminate flicker.
Flip
Use this to flip the image upside down. This is used with the Mirror option if the camera is mounted
in a hanging position as from a ceiling.
B/W
This option changes the display to a black and white only display (that is, no color is displayed in
the video).
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Mirror
Use this to produce a mirror image display. This is used with the Flip option if the camera is
mounted in a hanging position, as from a ceiling.
Reset to Default
Click this button to reset the TV-IP522P Image Settings back to factory defaults.
Video and Audio Settings
Use this menu to configure up to four video profiles. These are used to optimize video encoding
type, resolution, frame rate and bit rate settings on the camera for the type of display being used.
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Sensor Output: You can set the camera’s sensor
output to VGA quality (640x640),HDTV quality (1280x720), 4VGA quality (1280x960).
Encode Type: This sets the video codec used for the video stream. You can choose MPEG-4 or
JPEG.IE browsers can view both MPEG-4 and MJPEG video streams, and non-IE browsers can
only view MJPEG streams.
Resolution: This sets the display resolution of the video stream. If the Resolution is different
than the Sensor Output size, the video will be shrunk or enlarged to the Resolution size you set
here.
FPS: (Frames Per Second): This sets the target number of frames per second (FPS) for the video
stream. Higher framerates will provide smoother video..
BPS: (Bits Per Second): BPS will affect the bit rate of the video recorded by the camera. Higher bit
rate will increase the video quality.
JPEG Quality: This sets the JPEG quality of any manual snapshots you take when this video profile is
selected.
RTSP URL: Is the URL used to connect to the camera
when viewing for a mobile device or PDA.
Night Mode
Night mode allows the camera to use a longer shutter speed when the camera is in a low-light
environment. If the camera is in an area where there is sufficient lighting, Night Mode will not affect
the video stream. Choose a value in seconds to specify how long the shutter will remain open after
the camera flashes from the Shutter drop-down menu. This is useful in low light situations as it allows
you to get more ambient light from the background, allowing you to see more detail from both the
subject and background of your video/picture.
Camera Environment
The ICR (IR CUT Filter Removable) function provides enhanced night viewing by increasing the IR
sensitivity. The camera is equipped with a motorized ICR which can be removed in low-light or IR
illuminated applications. IR Cut removable allows to schedule IR activation by automatic, Day Mode,
Night mode.
- Automatic: Selecting the option that the camera will automatically switch between IR cut filter On
and Off, according to the current lighting conditions.
- Day mode: Selecting this mode that the IR-cut filter is always turned on.
- Night mode: Selecting this mode that the IR-cut filter is turned off.
Placed Location
User can look for a place that best suits your needs, either outdoor or indoor. The option can prevent
the outdoor direct strong Sunlight and indoor strong Lighting effecting images
Auto Exposure
The option controls the light coming into the camera through the electronic shutter. If auto-exposure
is enabled, then the camera will attempt to adjust the exposure to match the requested luminance
Audio Setup
Use the Audio Setup menu to enable and disable the microphone and speaker as well as adjust
the volume of each.
Click Ok to save the changes you have made to the Video and Audio settings.
Click Cancel to discard any changes made.
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Action
The Action menu contains four sub-menus that provide the Recording, Snapshot, Digital output
and RS-485 setting.
Recording
The Recording Setup menu is used to determine when and how digital video recordings are
handled. Recordings can be saved to an SD memory card (requires the insertion of an SD card
into the camera) or to a shared folder on a secure server. The recording can be scheduled or event
based using motion detection as the trigger. One option allows resolution of recordings to be
adjusted down to use less hard disk space. Recording can be stopped when the hard disk is full or
choose the option to overwrite the disk to replace old recordings.
Enable recording
Tick this checkbox to enable the recording feature. There are two options available for recording, SD
Card or Samba network drive.
Record to
Click a radio button to specify where the recording should be saved. The available options are SD
Card or Samba network drive.
SD Card
This option specifies that the recording will be saved to the SD Card in the SD Slot on the side of
the camera.
Samba network drive
This option specifies that the recording will be saved to a Samba drive on your network.
Samba Auth
Use the drop-down menu to specify whether a user name and password is required to access the
Samba drive. If no user name or password is required to access the Samba drive, choose
Anonymous from the drop-down menu. If a user name and password is required to access the
Samba drive, choose the Account option from the drop-down menu and configure the parameters as
described below:
• User Name- Type the user name required to access the Samba drive.
• Password- Type the password required to access the Samba drive.
• Password Confirm- Type the password required to access the Samba drive for verification.
• Server- Type the name or IP address of the server your Samba drive is on.
• Shared Folder- Enter the path that points to the shared server.
Click the Test button to check that the TV-IP522P can connect to the Samba drive.
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Snapshot Preferences
The Trigger menu is used to determine when and how recorded digital images from snapshots are
handled. Use motion detection to trigger a snapshot and email it to the account configured here.
Alternatively, the images can be sent to an FTP server. Configure FTP Server and email address
information, and click to checkmark either or both options to use.
Scheduling
Snapshot scheduling includes three options, snapshots can be:
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Event Based Images are created based on triggering events (motion detection and digital
input signal via I/O terminal).
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Continuous (FTP only) Images are created at set intervals and sent to an FTP server. The
intervals determine how often the snapshots are made and are configured in the FTP Server
setup menu.
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Scheduled (FTP only) Images are created based on a set schedule. Use the schedule
provided to determine the time periods when images are configured and sent to an FTP
server. This also requires an Interval setting to set the time period between snapshots.
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Select the E-mail Address checkbox to specify that the images will be sent to an e-mail
address. Configure the parameters as described below:
• User Name- Type the User Name or login name for your e-mail account.
• Password- Type the password for your e-mail account.
• SMTP Mail Server- Type the SMTP server for your e-mail account.
• Sender E-mail Address- Type the e-mail address that you want to appear as the “From:”
e-mail address in the snapshot e-mail.
• Recipient E-mail Address- Enter the e-mail address that you want to send the
snapshots to.
• Port- Enter the port number that will be used to send the snapshot e-mails.
• Test- Click this button to send a test e-mail from the TV-IP522P to the specified recipient
e-mail address to verify that all the credentials have been configured correctly.
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Select the FTP Server checkbox to specify that the images will be sent to an FTP Server.
Configure the parameters as described below:
• User Name- Type the User Name of your FTP account.
• Password- Type the password for your FTP account.
• Host Name- Type the Host Name of your FTP server.
• Path- Enter the file path to the location on the FTP server you want to send snapshots to.
• Filename Prefix- Enter the prefix you want to attach to your snapshot files.
• Port- Enter the port number used by your FTP server.
• Passive Mode- Tick this checkbox if your FTP server requires you to use passive mode.
Click the Ok button to save your changes, or click Cancel to discard any changes made.
Digital images can also be sent to any display running the User Interface during the event. To
enable this use the Digital Output menu (see below).
Digital Output
Use this menu to enable digital output triggered by motion detection or an input signal through the
I/O terminal. The digital output signal is typically used to activate another device such as lights,
alarm or some type of notification. For example, a device connected to the I/O terminal might be
triggered when a door is opened.
Digital Output
With the digital output enabled from a D/I Signal trigger event, a light switch is turned on and a
recorded message is played.
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RS-485
RS-485 control is used to enable use of external devices (such as motorized rotational or pan and
tilt camera stand) operated through the I/O port.
Note: 485+/- of the I/O connector are used for RS-485. Refer to the manufacturer’s user manual
for proper connection instructions.
RS-485 support
To use a RS-485 Pan/Tilt device, click to check the Support PAN-TILT option box. Choose the
Protocol used for the device from the pull-down list. Check the remaining settings to make sure
they are compatible with the RS-485 device. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions included with
the RS-485 device.
When the Pan/Tilt stand is properly connected and the RS-485 settings are compatible, the main
user interface will include directional control arrows used for pan and tilt control of the stand.
Directional View Controls in the main User Interface
Home button Left click the round button labeled [+] at the center of the controls to return the
camera to the Home position.
Pan / Tilt control Use your mouse and left click button to move the directional control in the
right panel of the video display page and left click on the arrow to move the camera in that
direction.
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Motion Detection
Motion detection is used to trigger video recording when motion is detected in a designated portion
of the video display. To designate a portion of the display used for motion detection, choose the
Draw motion area option and use the mouse and left mouse button to draw a rectangular area. The
drawn area appears as a red box on the display in the Motion Detection menu. Click the Enable
Video Motion box to check mark it and click the OK button. Sensitivity level can be set by typing a
value from 0 – 100, with 100 being the most sensitive.
Motion detection menu (drawn area in red)
To remove an established drawn motion area, select the Erase motion area option and click OK.
To remove an area that has not yet been saved, click Clear.
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Tool
The Tool menu contains two sub-menus that provide the Backup and Restore and Firmware upgrade.
Back Up and Restore Camera Settings
Save System Settings/Restore/Reboot menu
Save To Local Hard Drive
To save configuration settings for the camera to a file on a local hard disk, click the Save
Configuration button. A prompt appears to confirm that you want to save the file. Choose the
location and save the file to load the same settings.
Load From Local Hard Drive
To load a previously saved configuration settings file, click the Browse button to Load From Local
Hard Drive to locate the file, and then click the Load Configuration button. It will take a few
seconds to load the new settings. The camera will then restart.
Restore To Factory Defaults
To restore the camera to the factory default configuration settings, click the Restore Factory
Defaults button. A prompt appears to confirm that you want to restore the default settings. Click
OK to restore the settings.
Reboot Device
To perform a simple restart of the camera, click the Reboot Device button.
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Firmware Upgrade
To upgrade the camera firmware, make sure the correct firmware file is located on your computer.
Click the Browse button to locate the file. After locating the file, click the Upload button to load the
file. It will take several seconds to load the firmware and restart the camera.
Firmware Upgrade
window
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Device Information
Network information, MAC address and firmware version is displayed in the Device Information
display.
Device Information display
Log
Click the Log link to view the camera’s current log. To save the log in simple text form on your
computer, click the Download button. Click Clear to delete all entries in the log.
Camera Log
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IPView Pro 2.0
This section describes the how to setup a camera using the IPView Pro 2.0 camera monitoring
software. To install IPView Pro 2.0 on a system running Windows, launch the IPView Pro 2.0
installation software on the installation CD-ROM and follow the setup instructions. Once the
software is installed, the IP Cam Center camera monitoring utility is ready for use. Add up to 32
network cameras to monitor using the software. Additional software, IPCam Player software is also
installed. The IPCam Player is used for playing recorded video from cameras that have been
configured to save recorded files.
Launching IPView Pro 2.0 for the first time
To launch IPView Pro 2.0, click Start > Programs > TRENDnet > IPView Pro 2.0 > IPView Pro
2.0. If this is the first time using the software, the menu that appears is the Add camera menu:
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Add a camera for monitoring
The Add camera menu is presented the first time the IPView Pro 2.0 software is launched. This
menu is used to add cameras to the user interface for monitoring. After the first time running the
software, this menu can be accessed at anytime from the Configuration menus. The Configuration
menus are described in a later section of this chapter. Notice that the IPView Pro 2.0 software has
automatically detected eligible cameras running on the network.
To add a camera to the IPCam user interface, follow these instructions:
1. Check the list of cameras detected by the software. If the camera you want to add does not appear on
the list, click the Refresh button to conduct another search.
Choose the camera to add
Enter ID and password
for the camera being
added
2. Select the camera to add from the list, enter the administrator’s user name (ID:) and password, a
preview of the live video display will appear. Click the OK, add this camera button, a confirmation
message informs when the camera is connected and added to the IPView Pro 2.0 monitoring group.
Repeat this procedure for all the cameras being added. Click the Exit button after all the cameras have
been added.
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If the camera does not appear listed, click the Input the location of camera tab above the list to
view a new menu. Enter the IP address or the URL (for example, ipcam.ddns.org) of the camera
being added, type the user name and password and click the Preview to verify that a link can be
established. The live video of the camera should appear in the Live preview display. If a link cannot
be established, run the SetupWizard software for the camera and verify the correct IP address. Click
Exit to return to the main Add camera menu.
Type the IP address of the camera
Enter user name and password for
camera being added
3. Once the cameras have been added, they are ready to be used in the main IPView Pro 2.0 user
interface. Close the Add camera menu (click Exit) to go to the main user interface. See below for a
description.
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IPView Pro 2.0 User Interface
Below is a general description of the user interface.
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Display area for single or multiple cameras of live video. Right click on
any display area to view a list of quick configure options for that
camera including the “Replace camera content …” option used to
change the order of the live video displays for multiple camera views.
Use to minimize IPView Pro 2.0 interface or exit the program, a
confirmation is required to exit.
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Snapshot, recording
and audio controls
Click directional arrows to move camera in that direction within the
limits of the pan and tilt range. The + in the center of the control is
used to return to the home or center view as configured for the
camera.
See below for detailed information.
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controls
See below for detailed information.
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Camera configuration
menu
See below for detailed information.
Camera status
Use to quickly assess the status of operating cameras. Click on box to
select camera display. The status indicators for each camera display
recording, motion detection and GP input status.
Displays basic information on selected camera.
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Display Controls
The primary display and IPView Pro 2.0 control icons are described in detail below. When there
are more than one camera displays viewed, one of the displays can be selected for management
or additional changes. Simply left click on any display to select it. Notice the border around the
display is bright aqua blue, indicating the “selected” status. For example, to go to a single screen
display for any one camera, select the camera and click on the single screen display.
Left click on any display to
“select” that display for
camera management.
Right click to view camera
management and display
options.
Snapshot, recording and audio controls
The still photo camera icon is used to take a snapshot of the selected live video display. The video
camera icon is used to begin video recording of the selected live video display. Snapshot and
videos files are stored in a default folder on the administrator’s system, or in a folder designated by
the administrator.
The audio controls are represented by a microphone icon to activate the internal mic or the
auxiliary audio input (if present), and a speaker icon for the audio output (remote speakers, if
present).
Notice that when these functions are activated, the color of the icon changes from white to yellow.
Audio and video controls - inactive
Audio and video controls - activated
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Live video display controls
Use the video display controls to change the view of the live video display. This is useful for
multiple camera application.
Click the arrows to manually cycle through the active camera’s
live displays when using a single camera display screen.
Click multi-screen display icons to change the number of camera’s
displayed at one time.
To change the order in which the camera displays appear in the
interface, move the cursor over a display you want to change and
right click. A dialog appears (see example below). The top most
option in the dialog allows the user to Replace content by …
followed by a list of connected camera IP addresses (or URL
locations). Select the camera display you want to occupy the
position the cursor is placed over. The display position will then be
swapped with the chosen camera.
Switch to full screen view of
selected display screen.
Click to automatically
cycle through the active
camera displays.
Click to record all active cameras.
Launch IPCamPlayer to
view stored video files.
Click to add or configure cameras.
See details below.
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Camera configuration with IPView Pro 2.0
Access the camera configuration menus by clicking on the gear icon at the bottom of the right hand
panel of the IPView Pro 2.0 user interface. Configuration options include adding and deleting
cameras from the display view, configuration of motion detection and digital input with schedules,
recording options, email alerts and other network settings.
Adding a Camera
The procedure to add a camera after the initial launch of the software is very similar to the
procedure used during the first setup. Follow the instructions below to add cameras.
To add a camera:
1. Click the Configuration icon to view the Camera Setup menu. The top most tab of the menu is the
Camera Management tab. A list of active cameras appears on the left half of the menu. Select the
camera to be added from the list. Click the Add Camera by IP Address to find the specified IP address
or network URL of the camera you want to add.
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2. Select the camera to add from the list, enter the administrator’s user name (ID:) and password, a
preview of the live video display will appear. Click the OK, add this camera button, a confirmation
message informs when the camera is connected and added to the IPView Pro 2.0 monitoring group.
Repeat this procedure for all the cameras being added. Click the Exit button after all the cameras have
been added.
3. The camera added now appears in the Camera List. To launch the web manager for the newly added
camera or any camera in the active camera list, select it and click the Browse Selected Camera button.
Removing a Camera
To remove the camera from the list of active:
1. Select the camera you want to remove.
2. Click Delete Selected Camera.
Note: Any camera display can be removed from the main IPView Pro 2.0 user interface by right-clicking on
the display screen for the camera and selecting the Remove this Camera option.
Launch Web Manager for Selected Camera
To launch the web-based IP Camera manager for any active camera in the list, simply select it and
click the Browse Selected Camera button.
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Schedule Recording with IPView Pro 2.0
Use the Monitoring Settings menu to create schedules for recording and apply the schedules to
any camera. Click the Monitoring Settings tab to view the Schedule Recording menu (the first
menu viewed in the Camera Settings menu tab).
To apply an existing schedule profile, click the Select button and choose a schedule from the list of
previously created schedule templates. If a new schedule is needed it can be created from the
Select Schedule Template menu (See below).
Create Schedule Templates
To make a new schedule template, click the Create Template button to view the Create Schedule
Profile menu. Use this menu to create new schedules for recording.
Click Create Template to
make a new schedule.
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Setup Motion Detection and Digital Input with IPView Pro 2.0
The Monitoring Settings Camera Settings menus include Motion Detection setup and Digital
Input control. Each menu has the schedule option to apply a schedule for the action taken or
always take the specified action.
For Motion Detection, use the Config motion detection area menu to create the monitor area by
clicking on the applicable location in the image. Check the Activate MD to enable motion detection
feature and draw the area that you want to monitor, Save settings once done.
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IPView Pro 2.0 Recording Options
The Recording Options configured in the IPView Pro 2.0 help to conserve and manage allowed
memory storage (disk space) and for video file management. Recorded files can be limited by time
elapsed or by size. Use the select storage folder to choose an alternative destination for stored
video files. Storage limits can be set for each camera by time elapsed or hard disk space allowed.
A limit can also be placed for the system and all cameras used in IPView Pro 2.0.
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IPView Pro 2.0 Miscellaneous Options
The Other Options available for configuration include Proxy server setup, email notification, scan
interval and alert type settings.
If you are using a SSL email account(eg. Gmail) to send the images; please select SSL at this location
with the proper user name and password for the account.
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Playing Video Files on a Computer
IPCamPlayer software is installed on the monitoring station or administrator’s system along with
the IPView Pro 2.0 monitoring software. Use it to playback and manage recorded video from the
cameras added to the IPView Pro 2.0 group. In order to use the software however, it is necessary
to first install the ffdshow package of codecs used for media files. There is an ffdshow installation
file on the CD shipped with the camera. Install ffdshow before using the IPCamPlayer. For
information on installation and use of ffdshow, see the ffdshow section at the end of this chapter.
Click to launch IPCamPlayer.
The IPCamPlayer can be launched directly from the IPCamCenter or from the Programs menu. To
launch the program from the IPView Pro 2.0 interface, click the movie icon on the control panel of
the main IPView Pro 2.0 interface to launch IPCamPlayer.
NOTE: Install the ffdshow package of video codecs from the installation CD before using the
IPCamPlayer.
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Load Saved Video Files
Each camera has a file created automatically for storing video files. These files are normally
located in the My Documents folder in Windows. The file folders are named according to the IP
address and camera model. For example, 192.168.10.30_TV-IP522P is the name of the file folder
for the TV-IP522P using the default (non-DHCP) IP address.
IPCamPlayer User Interface
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View Screen
Video files in the list are played here. The progress bar and starting
time of the video clip appears beneath the view screen.
Add/Delete files from list
Use the Search Files button to add recorded video files. A new menu
pops up that is used to find and add files to the list. (See description
on next page)
Standard video playback controls for Stop, Play/Pause, go to next
file (>>) or go to previous file (<<) Faster and Slower to control
speed of playback. Playback can be slowed to as much as 1/8
normal speed or speeded up to as fast as 8 times the normal speed.
The vertical slider control is used for audio volume control.
Playback controls
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To view recorded video files in the IPCamPlayer, it is first necessary to locate and select the files to
be viewed and add them to the list. Click the Search Files button in the IPCamPlayer main
interface and a new menu appears.
In the new menu, use the Select Camera pull-down menu to choose the video file folder of the
camera to be reviewed. Use the Search Time menu to narrow the search to a specific time and
date. Finally, the Event selection menu is used to further narrow the scope of the file search for
videos triggered by Motion Detection or a Digital Input device. When the search criteria have
been defined, click the Search button to place qualified files in the Search list.
Choose the files to be added to the view file list by check marking the individual files or click the
Select All button to check mark all files in the Search list, click Add to place the check marked files
on the list of files for viewing.
After the files to be viewed have been chosen, click the OK button.
Play Video Files
Now that the recorded video files have been selected and placed on the file list, they can be played
and reviewed in the IPCamPlayer. Use the standard playback controls to play video files at normal
speed or slowed down, paused, speeded up etc. Use the mouse and left click to grab the playback
sliding progress indicator to move back and forth through the video.
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ffdshow
The ffdshow software is used for audio and video encoding and decoding, especially for MPEG-4
formats. It is free software used on Windows systems and enables the user to tweak media
playback and select specific codecs and formats. For use with the IPCamPlayer, the default
settings used for ffdshow installation are all that is needed. Expert users can change audio and
video codecs as desired with one of the three ffdshow configuration utilities installed along with the
codecs. The configuration utilities can be accessed after installation from the ffdshow folder in the
Programs folder (Start > Programs > ffdshow >[configuration utility]).
Install ffdshow
1. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive to initiate the auto-run program
2. Click the ffdshow install link, and select the desired language in the pop-up dialog window.
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3. The InstallShield Wizard will appear, click Next in the welcome screen.
4. Accept the default location (Windows Programs folder) on the system for placement or
Browse to choose an alternative, Click Next to continue.
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5. Click to check the components that will be installed. For IPCamPlayer it is only necessary
to use the default components already selected. Click Next to continue.
6. Accept the default destination folder (ffdshow) or Browse to choose an alternative, Click
Next to continue.
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7. Click to check the additional tasks that will be installed. For IPCamPlayer it is only
necessary to use the default formats already selected. Click Next to continue.
8. Click to check the video applications that use ffdshow. For IPCamPlayer it is only
necessary to use the default applications already selected. Click Next to continue.
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9. Click to check the audio applications that use ffdshow. For IPCamPlayer it is only
necessary to use the default applications already selected. Click Next to continue.
10. Choose a speaker setup or choose Disable mixer if unsure. The audio function will work
regardless of what speaker setup is chosen. Usually it will choose the default arrangement
used on system on which it is being installed. Click Next to continue.
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11. Review the information and click Install if satisfied that it is correct to install the necessary
codecs. The installation will take a few seconds.
12. If desired, any of the three configuration utilities included with the ffdshow installation can
be launched by checking the appropriate box. Click Finish to complete the installation.
NOTE: To download the latest copy of ffdshow please check the ffdshow website
http://ffdshow.en.softonic.com/
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Technical Specifications
Camera General Audio Image & Video I/O Connector SD slot Sensor: 1/2.5” color CMOS image sensor Sensor Resolution: 2592(H) x 1944 (V) Lens: 1/2” CS‐Mount, replaceable Focal Length: 4mm F/No: F1.4 Sensor Sensitivity: 1.4V/lux‐sec (550nm) Minimum illumination: 0.5 [email protected] Focus depth: 70cm ~ infinity View angle: ‐Horizontal: 55.70 degree (1280x960 mode) 43.21 degree (1280x720 mode) 55.70 degree (640x480 mode) ‐Vertical: 70.30 degree (1280x960 mode) 70.29 degree (1280x720 mode) 70.30 degree (640x480 mode) ‐Diagonal: 82.70 degree (1280x960 mode) 77.90 degree (1280x720 mode) 82.70 degree (640x480 mode) Built‐in omni‐directional microphone
Sensitivity: ‐40dB +/‐ 3dB (5 meters max.) Frequency: 100~10000Hz S/N: >60dB External speaker output (speaker sold separately) Two‐way audio with echo canceling Codec: ARM/PCM Compression: simultaneous H.264 / MPEG‐4 / MJPEG
Profiles: up to 4 profiles simultaneously Exposure/white balance control: automatic Resolution: 4VGA (1280x960) up to 15fps, HDTV (1280x720) up to 15fps, VGA (640x480) up to 30fps Built‐in ICR 12V DC output (pin 1/2)
Input: 2 sets (pin 3/4, pin 5/6) Output: 1 set (pin 7/8) RS‐485: 1 set (pin 9/10) Secure Digital card (up to 16G) 68
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Hardware Network IEEE 802.3u 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet IEEE 802.3af PoE LED Power (green), Link (green) Reset Button Reset settings Power Consumption PoE input: 9 Watts (max.) DC input: 8 Watts (max.) Power 12V, 1.5A external power adapter Dimension 200 x 65 x 55 mm (7.9 x 2.6 x 2.2 in.) Stand Dimension 128 mm (4.7 in.) Weight Camera: 455g (1 lb.) Stand: 116g (4.1 oz.) Temperature Operating: 0°C ~ 45°C (32°F ~ 113°F) Storage: ‐20°C ~ 70°C (‐4°F ~ 158°F) Certifications CE, FCC Requirement To View Camera Internet Explorer 6.0 or above To Run Software Windows 7 (32/64‐bit), Vista (32/64‐bit), XP (32/64‐bit) IPView Pro 2.0 Channel: supports up to 32 cameras
Record/Playback/Motion Detection/Audio Network Protocols IPv4, ARP, TCP, UDP, ICMP
DHCP Client, NTP Client, DNS Client, DDNS Client, SMTP Client, FTP Client HTTP Samba Client PPPoE UPnP RTP (Real Time Protocol) RTCP (Real Time Control Protocol) RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) Management Account Up to 20 user accounts Remote Remote management supported
Backup / Restore Save/retrieve configuration files Log System log up to 500 entries Settings Image Brightness, contrast, noise reduction, saturation, sharpness, white balance, flip, mirror (horizontal/vertical), black/white, day, night, indoor, outdoor mode 69
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Video Sensor Output: 4VGA mode ‐ Encoding type: JPEG / MPEG‐4 / H.264 ‐ Resolution: 1280 x 960, 640 x 480, 320 x 240 ‐ Max frame rate: 15fps ‐ JPEG Quality: Low, Fair, Standard, Good, Excellent Sensor Output: HDTV mode ‐ Encoding type: JPEG / MPEG4 / H.264 ‐ Resolution: 1280 x 720, 640 x 352, 320 x 176 ‐ Max frame rate: 15fps ‐ JPEG Quality: Low, Fair, Standard, Good, Excellent Sensor Output: VGA mode ‐ Encoding type: JPEG / MPEG4 / H.264 ‐ Resolution: 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120 ‐ Max frame rate: 30fps ‐ JPEG Quality: Low, Fair, Standard, Good, Excellent Resolutions: multiple profiles Required storage: 32MB (minimum) Recording type: event based (motion detection and digital input trigger), continuous, and scheduled Trigger event: motion detection or digital input signal
Action: send alert email and/or upload to FTP HTTP port: 80 (default)
RTSP port: 554 (default) 16x Yes Synchronize with NTP server or set time/date manually Recording Snapshot Port Settings Digital Zoom Dynamic DNS Time 70
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I/O Terminal Application
Typically used in association with programming scripts for developing applications for motion
detection, event triggering, alarm notification via e-mail, and a variety of external control functions.
The 8-pin I/O Terminal Block is located on the rear panel and provides the interface of a photocoupled switch output and a photo-coupled input.
Connector Pin Assignment
Sign FUNCTION SPECIFICATION 12V+ DC12V output(+) Connect to an IR illuminator or other device in parallel 12V‐ DC12V output(‐) In1+ Photo‐Relay INPUT (+) Active High voltage 5~40VDC In1‐ Photo‐Relay INPUT (‐) Dropout voltage 0 VDC In2+ Photo‐Relay INPUT (+) In2‐ Photo‐Relay INPUT (‐) Active High voltage 5~40VDC Dropout voltage 0 VDC O/P+ Photo‐Relay Output(common) Close circuit maximum 120mA(Peak load current) O/P‐ Photo‐Relay Output(Normal Opne) Open circuit voltage maximum 350v(Peak AC) SA/+ RS‐485 (+) or (A) Compliant to RS‐485 SB/‐ RS‐485 (‐) or (B) connection. The total output current should be under 200mA Monitoring and Controlling
By entering http requests in your browser’s URL field, you can:
• Monitor the status of digital input.
• Drive the output switch on or off.
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Interface Schematic
1. Output device (load) is driven by external power supply.
AC/ DC
DO-
Load
DO+
2. Input device (active control device) has independent power supply.
DI+
DI-
3. RS-485 Interface.
RS-485+
RS-485-
RS485_A
RS485_B
Swivel stand
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Limited Warranty TRENDnet warrants its products against defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the following lengths of time from the date of purchase. TV‐IP522P – 3 Years Warranty AC/DC Power Adapter, Cooling Fan, and Power Supply carry 1 year warranty. If a product does not operate as warranted during the applicable warranty period, TRENDnet shall reserve the right, at its expense, to repair or replace the defective product or part and deliver an equivalent product or part to the customer. The repair/replacement unit’s warranty continues from the original date of purchase. All products that are replaced become the property of TRENDnet. Replacement products may be new or reconditioned. TRENDnet does not issue refunds or credit. Please contact the point‐of‐purchase for their return policies. TRENDnet shall not be responsible for any software, firmware, information, or memory data of customer contained in, stored on, or integrated with any products returned to TRENDnet pursuant to any warranty. There are no user serviceable parts inside the product. Do not remove or attempt to service the product by any unauthorized service center. This warranty is voided if (i) the product has been modified or repaired by any unauthorized service center, (ii) the product was subject to accident, abuse, or improper use (iii) the product was subject to conditions more severe than those specified in the manual. Warranty service may be obtained by contacting TRENDnet within the applicable warranty period and providing a copy of the dated proof of the purchase. Upon proper submission of required documentation a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number will be issued. An RMA number is required in order to initiate warranty service support for all TRENDnet products. Products that are sent to TRENDnet for RMA service must have the RMA number marked on the outside of return packages and sent to TRENDnet prepaid, insured and packaged appropriately for safe shipment. Customers shipping from outside of the USA and Canada are responsible for return shipping fees. Customers shipping from outside of the USA are responsible for custom charges, including but not limited to, duty, tax, and other fees. WARRANTIES EXCLUSIVE: IF THE TRENDNET PRODUCT DOES NOT OPERATE AS WARRANTED ABOVE, THE CUSTOMER’S SOLE REMEDY SHALL BE, AT TRENDNET’S OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, EITHER IN FACT OR BY OPERATION OF LAW, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TRENDNET NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE OR USE OF TRENDNET’S PRODUCTS. TRENDNET SHALL NOT BE LIABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY IF ITS TESTING AND EXAMINATION DISCLOSE THAT THE ALLEGED DEFECT IN THE PRODUCT DOES NOT EXIST OR WAS CAUSED BY 73
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CUSTOMER’S OR ANY THIRD PERSON’S MISUSE, NEGLECT, IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR TESTING, UNAUTHORIZED ATTEMPTS TO REPAIR OR MODIFY, OR ANY OTHER CAUSE BEYOND THE RANGE OF THE INTENDED USE, OR BY ACCIDENT, FIRE, LIGHTNING, OR OTHER HAZARD. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW TRENDNET ALSO EXCLUDES FOR ITSELF AND ITS SUPPLIERS ANY LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATE, OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, USE, PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, OR INTERRUPTION OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND LIMITS ITS LIABILITY TO REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID, AT TRENDNET’S OPTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES WILL NOT BE AFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. Governing Law: This Limited Warranty shall be governed by the laws of the state of California. Some TRENDnet products include software code written by third party developers. These codes are subject to the GNU General Public License ("GPL") or GNU Lesser General Public License ("LGPL"). Go to http://www.trendnet.com/gpl or http://www.trendnet.com Download section and look for the desired TRENDnet product to access to the GPL Code or LGPL Code. These codes are distributed WITHOUT WARRANTY and are subject to the copyrights of the developers. TRENDnet does not provide technical support for these codes. Please go to http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl.txt for specific terms of each license. Warranty:
FCC:
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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The user’s manual or instruction manual for an intentional or unintentional radiator shall caution the
user that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. In cases where the manual is provided
only in a form other than paper, such as on a computer disk or over the Internet, the information
required by this section may be included in the manual in that alternative form, provided the user
can reasonably be expected to have the capability to access information in that form.
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