hcm381 hce481_oi - cs.psn

hcm381 hce481_oi - cs.psn
Operating Instructions
Network Camera
Model No.
Indoor Use Only
BB-HCM381 (AC Adaptor Type)
BB-HCE481 (PoE Type)
Please read this manual before using, and save this manual for future reference.
Operating Instructions
Main Features
This manual is for both BB-HCM381 (AC Adaptor Type) and BB-HCE481 (PoE
Type). Available features and operations are different in part depending on the
model. Read this manual carefully and use the Network Camera properly.
IPv6*1 Network Camera
Your Panasonic Network Camera supports IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6). IPv6
was created to address the additional IP addresses that will be needed as the
Internet continues to expand. Since the camera also supports the currently used
IPv4, its "dual stack" design will seamlessly operate while IPv6 is phased in. For
more information regarding IPv6, see page 21, or visit http://www.ipv6.org/.
PoE (Power over Ethernet) Supported*2 (For Only BB-HCE481 [PoE Type])
The camera supports PoE (Power over Ethernet), and be powered up by using an
Ethernet cable without the AC adaptor.
Audio 2-way Communication*3 (Walkie-talkie Type)
2-way audio communication is now possible between your Network Camera and
PC. By connecting a user-supplied microphone and speaker*4 to both the camera
and to the PC, you will be able to speak to and hear anyone within range of the
camera.
For example, the camera can be used in the following various locations:
•
In the baby's room, to hear if the baby is crying.
•
At the front door, to see and hear who is at the door.
•
In the children's play room, to see and hear if they are safe.
Note
•
PLEASE NOTE that under certain circumstances, audio/video recording may
be PROHIBITED by law. This device should be used only in compliance with all
applicable federal, state and local statutes.
*1
To connect using IPv6, subscribe to your ISP's "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over IPv4
Tunneling" service. The camera does not function on IPv6-only networks.
*2
BB-HCE481 works with a PoE hub only. No port for AC adaptor.
*3
The audio feature does not work well on mobile phones. The Talk button and Listen button
cannot be used simultaneously. Depending on the network environment and traffic conditions,
the audio may be delayed or may break up.
*4
The speaker connected to the camera requires a built-in amplifier.
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Motion Detection
The camera has a Motion Detection feature that detects movement, such as
people, based on the preset threshold and sensitivity of the camera.
You can buffer the camera images, transfer images to an FTP server or send Emails using the Motion Detection function as a trigger.
Better Image Quality
The CCD sensor and the color night view mode provides better image quality and
low light performance.
• The CCD sensor gives you clear image.
• You can monitor live video (Motion JPEG) that refreshes its image 30 frames
per second.
• Color night view mode allows you to monitor the camera in low illuminance.
Remote Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus
The following features allow you to operate Network Camera from web browser on
your PC. High speed Pan/Tilt operation can move the lens horizontally from -175°
to +175° and vertically from -120° to 0° in mounting on the table and from 0° to +90°
in mounting on the ceiling. This movable lens allows you to view a wide range of
perspective from a distant place. Network Camera has a 42x magnifying capacity:
a 21x optical zoom and a 2x digital zoom. Automatic and Manual Focusing features
provide you with detailed and distinct images. Additionally, the following control
features are available to easily and quickly monitor the camera.
Click to Center ........ When you click a certain point on the camera image, the
camera moves to display that point in the center of the
image.
Preset Position ........ You can register 20 preset positions. When you select a
preset position, the camera moves to that position.
Output Control ........ You can control external devices (Open or Short to
GND) (E.g., turning a light on or ringing a buzzer).
Video Output (For Only BB-HCE481)
Network Camera has an analog composite output terminal. You can view images
from Network Camera on TV and record them on videotapes. The camera uses the
NTSC system for its video output signals. Use an NTSC-compatible TV.
SD Memory Card*1 Recording
The camera has an SD memory card slot. You can record camera images to the
SD memory card. If you enable alarm buffer/transfer, you can record the image at
the timing of signal detection of door sensor or light. If you enable 1-minute interval
timer buffer/transfer to 1 GB SD memory card, you can record about 58,000
images (320 x 240 resolution and standard quality) for about 41 days.
*1
The camera supports 2 GB, 1 GB, 512 MB, 256 MB, 128 MB or 64 MB Panasonic SD memory
card (customer-provided).
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Enhanced Multi-Camera Page
The Multi-Camera page displays the moving images from up to 4 cameras, while
supporting audio 2-way communication with each. This camera allows you to
switch between 3 sets of 4 cameras. Additionally, static images from a maximum
of 12 cameras can be displayed on a single page.
DynamicDNS Service Support
DynamicDNS service allows you to access the camera over the Internet with a
domain name of your choice (e.g. bob.viewnetcam.com) instead of a global IP
address.
Multi-Language Display
The Top page, Single Camera and Multi-Camera page can be displayed in English,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Korean or
Japanese. The Setup, Maintenance and Support pages are displayed only in
Simplified Chinese, English or Japanese.
Abbreviations
•
UPnP is the abbreviation for Universal Plug and Play.
•
"Network Camera" is called "Camera" in this manual.
•
"Setup CD-ROM" is called "CD-ROM" in this manual.
Trademarks
•
Adobe, Acrobat and Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
•
Microsoft, Windows, Hotmail and ActiveX are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
•
SD mark is a trademark of the SD Card Association.
•
This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
•
Screen shots reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
•
All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective
owners.
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Precaution
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical &
Electronic Equipment (private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents
means that used electrical and electronic products should not be
mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these
products to designated collection points, where they will be
accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some
countries you may be able to return your products to your local
retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.
Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and
prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the
environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste
handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your
nearest designated collection point.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in
accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact
your dealer or supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the
European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or
dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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Informations relatives à l’évacuation des déchets,
destinées aux utilisateurs d’appareils électriques et
électroniques (appareils ménagers domestiques)
Lorsque ce symbole figure sur les produits et/ou les documents
qui les accompagnent, cela signifie que les appareils
électriques et électroniques ne doivent pas être jetés avec les
ordures ménagères.
Pour que ces produits subissent un traitement, une
récupération et un recyclage appropriés, envoyez-les dans les
points de collecte désignés, où ils peuvent être déposés
gratuitement. Dans certains pays, il est possible de renvoyer les produits au
revendeur local en cas d’achat d’un produit équivalent.
En éliminant correctement ce produit, vous contribuerez à la conservation
des ressources vitales et à la prévention des éventuels effets négatifs sur
l’environnement et la santé humaine qui pourraient survenir dans le cas
contraire.
Afin de connaître le point de collecte le plus proche, veuillez contacter vos
autorités locales.
Des sanctions peuvent être appliquées en cas d’élimination incorrecte de
ces déchets, conformément à la législation nationale.
Utilisateurs professionnels de l’Union européenne
Pour en savoir plus sur l’élimination des appareils électriques et
électroniques, contactez votre revendeur ou fournisseur.
Informations sur l’évacuation des déchets dans les pays
ne faisant pas partie de l’Union européenne
Ce symbole n’est reconnu que dans l’Union européenne.
Pour vous débarrasser de ce produit, veuillez contacter les autorités locales
ou votre revendeur afin de connaître la procédure d’élimination à suivre.
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Benutzerinformationen zur Entsorgung von elektrischen
und elektronischen Geräten (private Haushalte)
Entsprechend der grundlegenden Firmengrundsätzen der
Panasonic-Gruppe wurde ihr Produkt aus hochwertigen
Materialien und Komponenten entwickelt und hergestellt, die
recycelbar und wieder verwendbar sind.
Dieses Symbol auf Produkten und/oder begleitenden
Dokumenten bedeutet, dass elektrische und elektronische
Produkte am Ende ihrer Lebensdauer vom Hausmüll getrennt
entsorgt werden müssen.
Bringen Sie bitte diese Produkte für die Behandlung,
Rohstoffrückgewinnung und Recycling zu den eingerichteten kommunalen
Sammelstellen bzw. Wertstoffsammelhöfen, die diese Geräte kostenlos
entgegennehmen.
Die ordnungsgemäße Entsorgung dieses Produkts dient dem
Umweltschutz und verhindert mögliche schädliche Auswirkungen auf
Mensch und Umwelt, die sich aus einer unsachgemäßen Handhabung der
Geräte am Ende Ihrer Lebensdauer ergeben könnten.
Genauere Informationen zur nächstgelegenen Sammelstelle bzw.
Recyclinghof erhalten Sie bei Ihrer Gemeindeverwaltung.
Für Geschäftskunden in der Europäischen Union
Bitte treten Sie mit Ihrem Händler oder Lieferanten in Kontakt, wenn Sie
elektrische und elektronische Geräte entsorgen möchten. Er hält weitere
Informationen für sie bereit.
Informationen zur Entsorgung in Ländern außerhalb der
Europäischen Union
Dieses Symbol ist nur in der Europäischen Union gültig.
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Informazioni per gli utenti sullo smaltimento di
apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche obsolete (per i
nuclei familiari privati)
Questo simbolo sui prodotti e/o sulla documentazione di
accompagnamento significa che i prodotti elettrici ed elettronici
usati non devono essere mescolati con i rifiuti domestici
generici.
Per un corretto trattamento, recupero e riciclaggio, portare
questi prodotti ai punti di raccolta designati, dove verranno
accettati gratuitamente. In alternativa, in alcune nazioni
potrebbe essere possibile restituire i prodotti al rivenditore locale, al
momento dell’acquisto di un nuovo prodotto equivalente.
Uno smaltimento corretto di questo prodotto contribuirà a far risparmiare
preziose risorse ed evitare potenziali effetti negativi sulla salute umana e
sull’ambiente, che potrebbero derivare, altrimenti, da uno smaltimento
inappropriato. Per ulteriori dettagli, contattare la propria autorità locale o il
punto di raccolta designato più vicino.
In caso di smaltimento errato di questo materiale di scarto, potrebbero
venire applicate delle penali, in base alle leggi nazionali.
Per gli utenti aziendali nell’Unione Europea
Qualora si desideri smaltire apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche,
contattare il rivenditore o il fornitore per ulteriori informazioni.
Informazioni sullo smaltimento in nazioni al di fuori
dell’Unione Europea
Questo simbolo è valido solo nell’Unione Europea.
Qualora si desideri smaltire questo prodotto, contattare le autorità locali o il
rivenditore e chiedere informazioni sul metodo corretto di smaltimento.
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Información sobre la eliminación para los usuarios de
equipos eléctricos y electrónicos usados (particulares)
La aparición de este símbolo en un producto y/o en la
documentación adjunta indica que los productos eléctricos y
electrónicos usados no deben mezclarse con la basura
doméstica general.
Para que estos productos se sometan a un proceso adecuado
de tratamiento, recuperación y reciclaje, llévelos a los puntos de
recogida designados, donde los admitirán sin coste alguno.
En algunos países existe también la posibilidad de devolver los productos a
su minorista local al comprar un producto nuevo equivalente.
Si desecha el producto correctamente, estará contribuyendo a preservar
valiosos recursos y a evitar cualquier posible efecto negativo en la salud de
las personas y en el medio ambiente que pudiera producirse debido al
tratamiento inadecuado de desechos.
Póngase en contacto con su autoridad local para que le informen
detalladamente sobre el punto de recogida designado más cercano.
De acuerdo con la legislación nacional, podrían aplicarse multas por la
eliminación incorrecta de estos desechos.
Para empresas de la Unión Europea
Si desea desechar equipos eléctricos y electrónicos, póngase en contacto
con su distribuidor o proveedor para que le informe detalladamente.
Información sobre la eliminación en otros países no
pertenecientes a la Unión Europea
Este símbolo sólo es válido en la Unión Europea.
Si desea desechar este producto, póngase en contacto con las autoridades
locales o con su distribuidor para que le informen sobre el método correcto
de eliminación.
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Table of Contents
1
Camera Monitoring..................................................... 14
1.1
BB-HCM381 Feature Locations................................................... 14
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
Front View................................................................................................ 14
Rear View ................................................................................................ 15
Bottom View............................................................................................. 15
1.2
BB-HCE481 Feature Locations ................................................... 16
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
Front View................................................................................................ 16
Rear View ................................................................................................ 17
Bottom View............................................................................................. 17
1.3
How to Turn on the Camera......................................................... 18
1.4
Accessing the Camera ................................................................ 19
1.4.1
To Access the Camera in IPv6................................................................. 21
1.5
Viewing the Single Camera page ................................................ 23
1.5.1
1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
1.5.6
1.5.7
Displaying the Banner.............................................................................. 26
Auto Centering the Image (Click to Center) ............................................. 27
Capturing a Still Image ............................................................................ 28
Using the Operation Bar .......................................................................... 29
Zooming In and Out ................................................................................. 32
Automatic and Manual Focusing.............................................................. 34
Setting Home Position/Alarm Position/Preset Position ............................ 36
1.6
Listening to Camera Audio and Talking through the Camera ...... 40
1.7
Viewing the Multi-Camera page................................................... 42
1.8
Viewing the Buffered Image page................................................ 44
1.8.1
Deleting Buffered Images ........................................................................ 46
1.9
Viewing Still Images on Your Mobile Phone ................................ 47
1.9.1
Enabling or Disabling the Buffer/Transfer on your Mobile Phone............. 50
2
Using the Camera's Basic Features ......................... 51
2.1
Setup Page of the Camera .......................................................... 51
2.2
Connecting the Camera to Your IPv4 Network ............................ 54
2.3
Connecting the Camera to Your IPv6 Network ............................ 59
2.4
What is IPsec?............................................................................. 63
2.5
Encrypting the Camera Image in Transport Mode ....................... 66
2.6
Encrypting the Camera Image in Tunnel Mode ........................... 69
2.7
Using UPnP™ (Universal Plug and Play)..................................... 73
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2.7.1
2.7.2
Connecting the Camera to a Router that
Supports UPnP™ (IPv4 Only) ................................................................. 74
Connecting the Camera to a Router that
Does Not Support UPnP™ (IPv4 Only).................................................... 74
2.8
Registering with the DynamicDNS Service ................................. 76
2.8.1
DynamicDNS Service (IPv4/IPv6) ........................................................... 81
2.9
Setting the Date and Time........................................................... 83
2.10
Changing Camera Settings ......................................................... 86
2.11
Adjusting Audio............................................................................ 92
3
Registering Users....................................................... 94
3.1
Changing the Authentication Setting and Administrator User
Name and Password.................................................................... 94
3.2
Logging in to the Camera ............................................................ 98
3.3
Creating, Modifying or Deleting General Users ........................... 99
4
Buffering or Transferring Images............................ 102
4.1
Procedures of Buffering or Transferring Images ........................ 102
4.2
Buffering or Transferring Images by Timer................................. 103
4.3
Buffering or Transferring Images by Alarm Signal ..................... 113
4.4
Buffering or Transferring Images by Motion Detection Signal.... 125
4.5
Transferring Camera Images in Transport Mode ....................... 137
4.6
Transferring Camera Images in Tunnel Mode ............................ 138
4.7
Setting the Motion Detection ..................................................... 139
4.8
Setting Alarm Log Notification ................................................... 143
4.9
Using the SD Memory Card....................................................... 146
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.9.3
Format the SD Memory Card ................................................................ 148
Start the SD Memory Recording............................................................ 149
Stop the SD Memory Recording ............................................................ 150
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Using Other Features ............................................... 151
5.1
Changing Initial Settings on the Single Camera page or
the Multi-Camera page .............................................................. 151
5.2
Configuring Multiple Cameras ................................................... 154
5.3
Specifying Operation Time ........................................................ 156
5.4
Controlling External Output ....................................................... 158
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5.5
6
Changing the Indicator Display.................................................. 159
Camera Maintenance................................................ 160
6.1
Maintenance page ..................................................................... 160
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
Confirming the Status ............................................................................ 161
Confirming Session Status .................................................................... 161
Confirming Alarm Logs .......................................................................... 162
Restarting the Camera .......................................................................... 163
Updating the Camera Firmware............................................................. 164
Creating the Configuration File .............................................................. 166
Loading Settings from a Configuration File............................................ 167
Resetting the Camera to Factory Default............................................... 168
6.2
Support page ............................................................................. 169
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
The Help page ....................................................................................... 169
Product Information ............................................................................... 169
Support Information ............................................................................... 169
6.3
External I/O................................................................................ 170
7
Other Information ..................................................... 172
7.1
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Button ......................................... 172
7.2
Default Setting List..................................................................... 173
7.3
Cleaning .................................................................................... 184
7.4
Setting an IP Address on Your PC............................................. 185
7.5
Using Setup Program ................................................................ 186
7.6
Setting Your PC ......................................................................... 192
7.6.1
7.6.2
7.6.3
Setting Proxy Server Settings on a Web Browser ................................. 192
Setting UPnP™ to Display Camera Shortcut in My Network Places ..... 195
Setting the Internet Temporary File Setting on the Web Browser.......... 195
7.7
ASCII Character Table ............................................................... 196
7.8
File Size and Number of Buffered Images................................. 197
7.9
Number of Images on the SD Memory Card ............................. 198
7.10
Specifications ............................................................................ 199
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Index .......................................................................... 202
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Camera Monitoring
1Table of Contents
1.1
BB-HCM381 Feature Locations
1.1.1
Front View
Auto Focus/Zoom Lens
Wide: 5 mm—Infinity
Tele: 1 m—Infinity
Indicator
The indicator color shows camera status (see
page 159).
SD Memory Card Cover
Protects the SD Memory Card from dust. Remove
the cover only when removing the SD Memory
Card (see page 146).
Indicator Display
Not on LAN
Power
on
On LAN
Normal Operation*1
Setting
Automatic
Setup
Finished setting
Using
Getting IP address*2
DHCP
Got IP address
Updating Firmware
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET
button pressed
UPnPTM Failure
Internal Failure
Orange blinking
Orange blinking
Green blinking
Green
Green
Green blinking
Green blinking
Green
Green blinking
Green
Orange blinking
Orange blinking
Turning off
(The camera restarts after that.)
Orange blinking (About a 2-second interval)
Red blinking*3
*1 The indicator turns orange if the camera is not connected to the LAN.
*2 The indicator blinks orange if the camera is not connected to the LAN.
*3 See page 3 and 4 the Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM for information on indicator error
codes.
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1.1.2
Rear View
External I/O
(See page 170)
Ethernet (LAN) port
Connects the camera to
your LAN.
Audio terminal
(See Getting Started)
1.1.3
DC IN jack
Connects the camera
to the AC adaptor.
Hook for AC
Adaptor Cord
Used to secure the
AC adaptor cord.
Bottom View
FACTORY DEFAULT
RESET button
Resets settings to default
(see page 172).
MAC Address and
Serial Number are
indicated on the label.
Hole for Ceiling Plate A
Used for ceiling
mounting
(See Installation Guide).
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1.2
BB-HCE481 Feature Locations
1.2.1
Front View
Auto Focus/Zoom Lens
Wide: 5 mm—Infinity
Tele: 1 m—Infinity
Indicator
The indicator color shows camera status (see
page 159).
SD Memory Card Cover
Protects the SD Memory Card from dust. Remove
the cover only when removing the SD Memory
Card (see page 146).
Indicator Display
Power
On LAN
on
Normal Operation
Setting
Automatic
Setup
Finished setting
Using
Getting IP address*1
DHCP
Got IP address
Updating Firmware
FACTORY DEFAULT
RESET button pressed
UPnPTM Failure
Internal Failure
Orange blinking
Green blinking
Green
Green
Green blinking
Green blinking
Green
Green blinking
Green
Orange blinking
Orange blinking
Turning off
(The camera restarts after that.)
Orange blinking (About a 2-second interval)
Orange*2
Red blinking*2
*1 The indicator blinks orange if the camera is not connected to the LAN.
*2 See page 5 and 6 the Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM for information on indicator error
codes.
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1.2.2
Rear View
External I/O
(See page 170)
PoE IN port
Connects the camera
to your PoE hub.
Audio/Video terminal
(See Getting Started)
1.2.3
Bottom View
FACTORY DEFAULT
RESET button
Resets settings to default
(see page 172).
MAC Address and
Serial Number are
indicated on the label.
Hole for Ceiling Plate A
Used for ceiling
mounting.
(See Installation Guide)
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1.3
How to Turn on the Camera
Connecting the AC cord (for BB-HCM381) or the Ethernet cable (for BB-HCE481)
turns the camera on, and disconnecting the AC cord (for BB-HCM381) or Ethernet
cable (for BB-HCE481) turns the camera off.
BB-HCM381
•
Connecting the plug of the AC cord to the outlet turns the camera on.
•
Disconnecting the plug of the AC cord from the outlet turns the camera off.
BB-HCE481*1
*1
•
Connecting the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the PoE hub turns the
camera on.
•
Disconnecting the Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the PoE hub turns
the camera off.
BB-HCE481 does not support the AC adaptor and needs the PoE hub.
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1.4
Accessing the Camera
1. Start up the web browser on your PC.
2. Enter "http://IPv4 Address (or URL):Port Number" on the address bar, and
press [Enter] on the keyboard.
• When the port number is 80 (default), you do not need to include the port
number in the address. See page 56 for details about the port number.
• For IPv6 connection, see page 21 and page 22, and confirm that your
equipment meets the requirements.
Enter "http://(IPv6-registered URL):Port Number" on the address bar.
• If the camera image is not displayed, see "Camera Image/Page Display
Troubleshooting" on page 9 of the Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM.
E.g. http://192.168.0.253:50000 (in IPv4)
http://
.viewnetcam.com:50000 (in IPv6)
3. The Enter Network Password window is displayed. Enter the user name and
password that you set previously, and click [OK].
Note
•
When [Permit access from guest users] is set on the Security:
Administrator page, the authentication window will not be displayed.
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4. Click the following tabs to display each page.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Select a language
Version Number
Displays IPv4, IPv6
or IPsec connection.
A To Single Camera page (page 23)
B To Multi-Camera page (page 42)
C To Buffered Image page (page 44)
D To Setup page (page 51)
E To Maintenance page (page 160)
F To Support page (page 169)
G To log in to the camera (page 98)
Note
•
When users other than an administrator are accessing the camera, the [Setup]
and [Maintenance] tabs are not displayed. Additionally, when [Do not permit
access from guest users] or [Permit access from guest users (mobile only)] is
set on the Security: Administrator page, the [Login] tab will not be displayed.
•
If [View Multi-Camera page] or [View Buffered Image page] is not permitted on
the General User page, the [Multi-Camera] and [Buffered Image] tabs will not
be displayed.
5. Close the web browser.
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1.4.1
To Access the Camera in IPv6
You need to prepare the following to access the camera in IPv6.
•
PC Requirements
Operating System: Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later
Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
•
An IPv6 Router
•
An IPv6 Connection Service
To connect in IPv6, subscribe to the ISP's "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over
IPv4 Tunneling" service. The camera does not function on IPv6-only networks.
IPv6 Domain Name Service
In Windows XP, you cannot access the camera by entering its IP address in the
web browser. Enter the IPv6 URL that was registered using the domain name
service. We recommend the Viewnetcam.com service (see page 76) as a domain
name service. Ask your ISP about other IPv6 domain name services.
What is IPv6?
•
IPv6 is short for "Internet Protocol Version 6".
•
IPv6 was created to provide the additional IP addresses that will be needed as
the Internet continues to expand.
•
IPv6 is expected to gradually replace IPv4, with the 2 coexisting for a number
of years during a transition period.
•
Though most ISPs (Internet Service Providers) do not yet support IPv6, many
local networks already use it. When your ISP supports IPv6, your Panasonic
Network Camera will be ready!
•
For more information, visit http://www.ipv6.org/.
Setting up the IPv6 Router, your PC, and the Camera
Setting up the IPv6 Router
Set up the router as you subscribe to the IPv6 service. If access from the WAN side
is disabled on the router, enable the TCP packets from the WAN side using packet
filtering. See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at http://
panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for information about the
recommended routers.
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Operating Instructions
Setting up your PC
1. Click [Start]
•
[All Programs]
[Accessories]
[Command Prompt].
The Command Prompt window is displayed.
2. Enter "ipv6 install".
•
"Succeeded" is displayed.
Note
•
If Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later is not installed, "Succeeded" will not be
displayed. Install it on your PC.
•
When you use Windows XP Service Pack 2, click [Start] [Control
Panel] [Security Center] [Windows Firewall] [Advanced] tab [Settings]
button of ICMP in the Windows Firewall window, then check [Allow incoming
router request] check box in the ICMP Settings window.
3. Enter "ipconfig".
•
If the IPv6 address is properly assigned to your PC, IPv6 address will be
displayed in the window.
Setting up the Camera
Usually, an IPv6 address is automatically assigned. To assign a static IPv6
address, see page 59. To access the camera in IPv6, you need to subscribe to a
domain name service such as Viewnetcam.com, and register the URL.
Confirming that You Can Access the Camera
Confirm that the image is properly displayed (see page 19).
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Operating Instructions
1.5
Viewing the Single Camera page
1. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
The Top page is displayed.
2. Click the [Single] tab at the top of the page.
•
When the Security Warning window is displayed, click [Yes] (see page 25).
•
See page 26 for the Security Warning window when using Microsoft®
Windows® XP Service Pack 2.
Capture Image
Button
(See page 28)
Operation Bar
(See page 29)
Audio Control
Bar (Talk Button,
Listen Button
and Adjustment
Bar)
(See page 40)
Click to Center
(See page 27)
Click the URL in
case of no audio.
Displaying to
operate with
IPv4, IPv6, or
IPsec.
Banner
(optional)
(See page 26)
3. Close the web browser.
Note
•
When the camera image is not displayed immediately or correctly, click
[Refresh] on the web browser's tool bar. The image will be refreshed.
•
The refresh interval is set to [Motion] by default. The setting can be changed on
the operation bar (see page 29).
•
The refresh interval may change depending on the network condition, PC
performance and what object you view. SD memory recording, using IPsec or
enabling Motion Detection will also increase the refresh interval.
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Operating Instructions
•
When displaying video (Motion JPEG), the camera allows up to 30
simultaneous accesses. The 31st user trying to access will see a gray screen.
The Buffered Image page is also limited to a maximum of 30 simultaneous
accesses.
•
To reduce the data traffic, the video can be automatically changed to refreshing
still images on the General User page (see page 99).
•
To display the Single Camera page directly, add it to the [Favorites] on the web
browser.
•
To view dark images, enable color night view mode on the Camera Setup page
(see page 86). The image will be brighter, but the refresh interval may increase
and image quality may decrease in a dark place. (See page 86).
•
The following error messages can be displayed.
Error Message
Cause and Remedy
The operation time has
ended.
Images cannot be displayed outside the Operation
Time (see page 156).
The maximum number of
accesses has been
exceeded.
The camera allows a maximum of 30 simultaneous
accesses when the Refresh Interval is set to [Motion]
and when accessing the Buffered Image page. Users
who try to access the camera when the maximum
number of access has already be reached will see a
gray screen. To view camera images, wait, then click
the Refresh button on your browser. If viewing the
Single Camera page, you can also switch to still
images.
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Operating Instructions
Security Warning window
When trying to view a video (Motion JPEG) for the first time, a Security Warning for
ActiveX® Controls will be displayed. When using Windows 2000 or Windows XP,
log in as an administrator to install ActiveX Controls and enable video viewing.
If you cannot install ActiveX Controls or you cannot see the video using
the Internet Explorer
•
In Internet Explorer, click [Tools] [Internet Options] [Security] tab and click
[Custom level].
(1) Check "Prompt" in "Download signed ActiveX Controls".
(2) Check "Enable" in "Run ActiveX Controls and plug-ins".
•
ActiveX Controls can be installed from the CD-ROM.
(1) Restart the PC.
(2) Confirm that Internet Explorer is closed.
(3) Double-click"ocx\ActiveXInst.exe" on the CD-ROM.
•
ActiveX Controls can be downloaded from the Panasonic Network Camera
support website at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/.
Note
•
When the IP address was changed for the camera, enter it on the address bar.
•
Video may not be displayed or audio may not be heard immediately. Wait for a
moment.
•
If you use a proxy server, set the web browser not to access the proxy server
(see page 192).
•
In some corporate network environments, a firewall may be used for security
purposes. This may prevent motion video from being displayed. In this situation
we recommend:
– Contacting your network administrator.
– Using regularly refreshed images rather than video.
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Operating Instructions
Security Warning window on Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
To view a video (Motion JPEG) or to use audio feature, ActiveX Controls must be
installed.
Follow the steps shown below to install ActiveX Controls.
1. Click the warning displayed above the tabs, and click [Install ActiveX
Control...].
2. Click [Install].
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1.5.1
Displaying the Banner
An image and its linked website can be specified for a banner. To display the
banner, the Banner Display settings need to be set on the Image Display page (see
page 151). Clicking the banner displays the website of the set URL Link. The
Banner Display is not enabled as the default.
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Operating Instructions
1.5.2
Auto Centering the Image (Click to Center)
Using your mouse, click any portion of the camera image. As long as it is within the
pan/tilt range of the camera, the image will automatically move to place the
selected point in the center of the screen.
1. Move the cursor to the desired point.
Cursor
2. Click it.
•
•
The clicked point is centered.
See page 31 for the pan/tilt operation.
Note
•
When End Display appears on the operation bar, Click to Center does not work
beyond the pan/tilt end (see page 29).
•
The camera may not center exactly on the clicked point depending on the lens
direction.
•
If Click to Center is not permitted on the General User page (see page 99), the
function will not operate.
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Operating Instructions
1.5.3
Capturing a Still Image
Still images can be saved on your PC.
1. Operate pan/tilt and select a resolution to display an image.
2. Click the capture image button.
Capture Image Button
•
The camera image opens in another window.
3. Right-click the image, and select [Save Picture As...].
•
The Save as dialog box is displayed.
4. Specify a folder, enter the file name and click [Save].
•
The camera image is saved at that location.
5. Click [Close].
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Operating Instructions
1.5.4
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Using the Operation Bar
(1) End Display and Preset Display: When the pan/tilt
has reached the end of its range, the End Display (Left
End, Right End, Up End or Down End) appears. When
the zoom or focus operation has reached the end, Wide
End, Tele End, Near End, or Far End appears. When you
select a preset, the preset name appears.
(2) Pan Scan/Tilt Scan: Moves the lens throughout the
horizontal ( ) or vertical ( ) range, and returns to the
original position.
(3) Pan/Tilt/Home Position: Controls lens direction.
Pan ( : Left,
: Right), Tilt ( : Up,
: Down) and
Home Position ( : Center [Default])
(4) Zoom Buttons: Zooms in or out on the camera
image.
(5) Focus Buttons: Used to adjust the focus.
(6) Home Position, Alarm Position, Preset Position:
Applies the camera direction to a preset position. You can
preset 20 positions (see page 36—page 39).
When the External I/O detects a signal, the camera can
be set up to turn to the position of Alarm 1 or Alarm 2.
Only an administrator can operate it (see page 36).
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Operating Instructions
(7) Brightness: Adjusts image brightness in 9 steps
including [STD] (Standard). Clicking [-] or [+] changes the
image brightness.
(8) Output Control: Controls the output signals of the
External I/O.
(9) Refresh Interval: Sets a refresh interval. (Motion—
60-second interval)
(10) Resolution: Selects [640 x 480] or [320 x 240]
(default) pixels.
(11) Image Quality: Selects the image quality.
(7)
•
[Favor Clarity] optimizes the image for good
clarity.
•
[Standard] keeps the standard quality. (default)
•
[Favor Motion] optimizes the image for motion
display.
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
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Operating Instructions
Pan/Tilt Operation
The pan scan and tilt scan buttons
automatically move the lens horizontally from
-175° to +175° and vertically from -120° to 0°
in mounting on the table and from 0° to +90°
in mounting on the ceiling, and the lens
returns to the current position. Use Click to
Center feature to stop scanning. Each pan/tilt
arrow moves the lens Up, Down, Right, Left,
and the home position button moves it to
Home Position.
Pan/Tilt range when the camera is
on a table
0˚
+175˚
Pan Scan/
Tilt Scan
Pan/Tilt
Pan/Tilt range when the camera is
mounted on a ceiling
Tilt
Pan
+175˚
-175˚
0˚
-175˚
+90˚
0˚
-120˚
Pan
Tilt
0˚
Note
•
When the power is on, do not manually pan or tilt the camera. Doing so may
damage the Pan/Tilt operation, or cause the Preset buttons to pan or tilt the
camera to the wrong position. If you accidentally pan or tilt the camera
manually, restart the camera.
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Operating Instructions
1.5.5
Zooming In and Out
Network Camera has a 42x magnifying capacity: the 21x magnifying capacity of
the optical zoom and 2x magnifying capacity of the digital zoom. You can use the
zoom buttons in the Operation Bar or your mouse to zoom in or out on increase or
decrease the size of the object on the Single Camera screen. The zooming feature
has 12 steps (10 steps of Optical Zoom and 2 steps of Digital Zoom).
Using the zoom buttons
Tele button zooms in, and Wide button zooms out.
Wide button
Tele button
Clicking the right mouse button (For Only Video)
Clicking the right mouse button on the upper third of the Single Camera screen
zooms in, and clicking on the lower third zooms out. Zooming in and out is also
available by moving the mouse up or down while pressing the right mouse button.
Zoom in
Zoom out
Rotating the mouse wheel (For Only Video)
On a screen, rotating the mouse wheel away from you zooms in, and rotating it
towards you zooms out.
Zoom in
Zoom out
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Operating Instructions
Note
•
Zoom control can be enabled or disabled for General Users and Guest Users
(see page 99). If disabled, a 10x digital zoom is available.
•
The performance of the mouse varies according to your OS.
•
The optical zoom automatically switches to the digital zoom.
•
The definition in the image may decrease when using the digital zoom.
•
The position you click may considerably deviate from the center of the image
when using the Click to Center feature on a large zoom scale.
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Operating Instructions
1.5.6
Automatic and Manual Focusing
Focus button adjusts the focus. Network Camera has Automatic and Manual
Focusing features. AF (Automatic Focus) button automatically allows the lens to
focus on objects. Manual focusing starts by pressing Near or Far button. Near
button enables the lens to shorten the focal distance, and Far button lengthens it,
manually. Manual focusing feature has 40 steps.
Near button
Far button
AF (Automatic Focus) button
Note
•
Some objects are difficult to focus on by auto focusing. In the objects shown
below, it may take a while to focus on, or may not focus on them. Press the AF
button and put it into operation again. When the objects are still out of focus,
adjust the focus using manual focusing, or change the objects using Pan/Tilt
operation or Zooming features. Manual focusing starts by pressing Near or Far
button. Press AF button for turning it into Automatic Focusing.
The objects that are difficult to focus on by AF button
Objects without contrast
(e.g., White wall)
Horizontally striped
objects
High-luminance objects
(e.g., fluorescent lights)
Light-dotted object in
the dark (e.g., night view)
Objects viewed
through glass
Objects moving fast
•
When positioning the camera in front of a window to view images on the other
side of the glass, set the Automatic Focus Range setting to "Normal" (page 86).
•
When positioning the camera within 1 m of the object you wish to view, set the
Automatic Focus Range setting to "Macro" (page 86).
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Operating Instructions
•
Fingerprints, dust, stains, etc. on the lens can degrade the performance of the
Automatic Focusing feature. Wipe the lens with lens cleaning paper.
•
The image may be out of focus, if it is too near, or depending on the zoom
position. Move the object, or adjust the zoom position.
•
The access level for the zoom feature can be set (see page 99). If the zoom
feature is not permitted, the x10 digital zoom feature is available.
Minimum object distance
During maximum zoom in (Tele)
1m
During maximum zoom out (Wide)
5 mm
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Operating Instructions
1.5.7
Setting Home Position/Alarm Position/Preset
Position
Registering Home Position/Alarm Position
A home position or 2 alarm positions can be registered. When restarted, the
camera takes a home position. If the Lens Position When Triggered setting is set
for buffering images by alarm (see page 113) or by motion detection (see page
125), the camera moves to the alarm position when triggered.
1. Click [Program].
[Program] switches to [Cancel].
Click [Cancel] to quit without
saving changes.
Home
Position
2. Pan and tilt the camera to a desired
Pan/Tilt
•
position.
3. Zoom to the desired position.
4. Adjust the focusing if necessary.
5. Select the home position or the
alarm position from the drop-down
list.
Zoom
Focus
Program
6. Click [Save] to register, or click
[Back] and [Cancel] to cancel.
• If "Success!" is displayed, the
position has been registered
successfully. Click [Back].
Home
Position,
Alarm
Position
Drop-down List
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Operating Instructions
Registering a Preset Position
20 camera positions can be stored as presets. These positions can be changed
(see page 39).
•
Registered buttons are shown in blue.
•
Unregistered buttons are shown in white.
1. Click [Program].
•
[Program] switches to [Cancel].
Click [Cancel] to quit without
saving changes.
2. Pan and tilt the camera to a desired
Pan/Tilt
position.
3. Zoom to the desired position.
4. Adjust the focusing if necessary.
5. Select a preset button (1—8) or a
preset position (1—20) from dropdown list, and enter the preset
name.
E.g.:
Setting "UpperLeft" for the preset 1.
When selecting a preset button (1—
8), enter the preset name.
• Maximum 15 characters.
• Enter ASCII characters (see
page 196) or characters in each
language. Note that [Space], ["],
['], [&], [<] and [>] are not
available.
Zoom
Focus
Preset
Position
Preset
number
Setting
a name
Note
•
•
When registering preset positions,
the camera also saves brightness
and white balance settings.
Only an administrator can register
preset positions.
Preset (1) Name
UpperLeft
Save
Back
6. Click [Save] to register, or click
[Back] and [Cancel] to cancel.
• If "Success!" is displayed, the
position has been registered
successfully. Click [Back].
Preset Name
The button
turns blue.
Only buttons
1 to 8 are
displayed.
The preset
number and
preset name
are displayed.
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Operating Instructions
Viewing the Image
1. Select the home position, alarm
position or a registered preset
button or position.
• The camera moves to that
position and the image is
displayed.
Home
Position
Pan/Tilt
Placing the
cursor over
the button
displays
the preset
name.
Home Position,
Alarm Position
and Preset
Position
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Operating Instructions
Changing or Deleting the Settings
1. Click [Program].
•
[Program] switches to [Cancel].
Click [Cancel] to quit without
saving changes.
Home
Position
2. Pan and tilt the camera to a desired
Pan/Tilt
Zoom
position, or skip to step 5 if deleting
a preset.
3. Zoom to the desired position.
4. Adjust the focusing if necessary.
5. Select the home position, alarm
position or a registered preset
position button (1—8) or (1—20).
Note
•
All the items can be selected
from drop-down list. It is also
possible to set positions 1 to 8
as preset buttons.
6. Set the preset name, and click
[Save], or click [Delete].
• To quit the change or deletion,
click [Back], and then [Cancel].
• If "Success!" is displayed, the
position has been registered
successfully. Click [Back].
Focus
Home
Position,
Alarm
Position
and
Preset
Position
Preset Name
Preset
number
Changing
the name
Preset (1) Name
UpperLeft
Save
Delete
Back
Note
•
The home position and alarm position
cannot be deleted, nor can their
names be changed.
The deleted
button turns
white.
Only buttons
1 to 8 are
displayed.
The preset
number and
preset name
disappear.
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Operating Instructions
1.6
Listening to Camera Audio and Talking
through the Camera
1. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
The Top page is displayed.
2. Click the [Single] tab at the top of the page.
3. The Audio Control Bar (Talk Button, Listen Button and Adjustment Bar) is
displayed at the top of the screen. Listening mode and talking mode are
selected using the relevant icons. This feature is only displayed for general
users when it is enabled.
Audio Feature
Listen Button
Talk Button
: You can talk from the
camera using the PC's
microphone. Clicking the
button stops sending audio.
: The audio is stopped.
Clicking the button again
starts the Talk feature.
: You can listen to the audio
from the camera. Clicking
the button stops the audio.
: The audio is stopped.
Adjustment Bar
(Volume adjustment only for listening)
This slider adjusts the volume. Moving the slider to the
right increases the volume, and moving it to the left
decreases the volume.
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Operating Instructions
Note
•
An external microphone and speaker must be connected to the camera (via the
Audio Cable or Audio/Video Cable) in order to use the Listen and Talk buttons.
•
The Talk button and Listen button cannot be used simultaneously. The Talk
feature is stopped during listening. The Talk feature can be used by only one
user at a time. The Listen feature can be used by a maximum of 10 users
simultaneously. If the audio breaks up, reduce the maximum bandwidth (see
page 54 or page 59). In this case, the number of users who can listen
simultaneously is also reduced.
•
Audio features such as camera microphone sensitivity and mute during pan/tilt
can be set up on the Audio page (see page 92).
•
If you are running other applications or have multiple windows open, the audio
may be interrupted or delayed.
•
When the image is refreshed during any operation such as preset registration
or a web browser refresh, the volume is reset to the default (midrange) position.
Audio that was muted is enabled.
•
The audio may be interrupted due to your PC's performance or network
environment. Reduce the maximum bandwidth (see page 54 or page 59).
•
If the camera is accessed while the PC user visits other websites, the active
microphone may pick up audio from the PC's speakers. Pay attention to it.
•
Talk feature cannot be used from a PC when the camera is accessed via a
proxy server.
•
If you cannot hear the audio or talk from your PC, see "Audio Problems
Troubleshooting" on page 17 of the Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM.
•
The cables for the external microphone and external speaker must be shielded,
and less than 2.4 m long including the included Audio Cable or Audio/Video
Cable. Using nonstandard cables may cause sound interference due to strong
radio waves.
•
Use a speaker with a built-in amplifier. The speaker connects to the camera
with a stereo audio cable similar to that used by your PC. The output signal is
mono.
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Operating Instructions
1.7
Viewing the Multi-Camera page
To view multiple cameras on the Multi-Camera page, you need to configure each
camera on the Multi-Camera Setup page (see page 154).
1. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
The Top page is displayed.
2. Click the [Multi] tab at the top of the page.
•
The Multi-Camera page can display up to 12 camera images.
Capture Image Button (See page 28)
Switches displayed
cameras. If you select
[All] at the View Type,
video (Motion JPEG) or
audio buttons cannot be
displayed.
Selects [320 x 240]
(default) or [160 x 120]
pixels resolution.
Selects the refresh
interval (Motion—60–
second interval).
The selfcamera is registered
at No. 1.
When clicking the camera
name, the Single Camera
page is displayed on
another window.
Audio Control Bar (Talk button, Listen button and Adjustment Bar)
(See page 40)
3. Close the web browser.
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Operating Instructions
Note
•
When selecting [All] for the View Type, all images are displayed in 160 x 120
pixels resolution, and the Audio Control Bar is not displayed.
•
640 x 480-pixel images cannot be displayed on the Multi-Camera page.
•
When viewing video (Motion JPEG), we recommend using an Ethernet
switching hub instead of a repeater hub to prevent degradation in video display.
•
Due to network congestion or the number of accesses, the refresh interval may
increase.
•
If the refresh interval is too long, restrict the bandwidth on the Network page
(see page 57 and page 62). The refresh interval should improve.
•
To reduce the data traffic, the video can be automatically changed to refreshing
still images on the General User page (see page 99).
•
When viewing 4 cameras on the Multi-Camera page, you may need 3 to 4 Mbps
bandwidth. If sufficient bandwidth is not available, the refresh interval may
increase.
When an image is not displayed on the Multi-Camera page
•
Confirm that the global IP address is specified correctly for each camera and
that each camera is connected to the Internet. For Internet access, local IP
addresses (e.g. 192.168.0.253) cannot be used. (see page 11 of
Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM).
•
Confirm the settings on the Multi-Camera Setup page (see page 154).
•
Confirm that the web browser is not accessing a proxy server (see page 192).
When setting [Do not permit access from guest users] or [Permit
access from guest users (mobile only)] on the Security:
Administrator page
•
An authentication window is displayed when accessing the camera. Enter the
administrator's or the general user's user name and password.
•
When you view images from several cameras on the Multi-Camera page, an
authentication window is displayed for each camera that has security settings
enabled. Enter the administrator's or general user's user name and password
registered for each camera.
Using the zoom feature on the Multi-Camera page
•
The optical zoom is not available when viewing the Multi-Camera page,
however, a 10x digital zoom is available. You can zoom in and out using the
mouse or scroll wheel (see page 32).
•
The zoom depth (x1.0—x10.0) is displayed while zooming.
•
As the magnification increases, the image quality decreases.
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Operating Instructions
1.8
Viewing the Buffered Image page
To buffer images in the camera's internal memory, you need to set up the image
transfer settings (see page 103, page 113, or page 125). Buffered images can be
viewed on this Buffered Image page.
Note
•
Sound cannot be buffered on the Buffered Image page.
1. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
The Top page is displayed.
2. Click the [Buffered Image] tab at the top of the page.
3. Click the trigger number.
The trigger number is displayed (see page 103, page 113, or page 125).
The trigger is displayed.
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Operating Instructions
4. Display images by clicking buttons below.
The date and time when the images
were buffered are displayed.
The date, time and frame number
are displayed.
[Play]:
The buffered images are displayed in sequence.
[<Prev] or [Next>]:
The previous or next image is displayed.
[First], [<1000], [<100], [<10] or [10>], [100>], [1000>], [Last]:
The first or last image, or the 10th, 100th or 1000th image before or after the
current image appears.
[Download]
Clicking [Download] after specifying the number of images saves images to the
specified location. The saved files can be viewed in an easier operation on your
PC. Download the viewer software from the Panasonic Network Camera support
website at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ and install it
on your PC.
Viewer software window
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Operating Instructions
Using the zoom feature on the Buffered Image page
•
The optical zoom is not available while playing back buffered images with the
[Play] button, however a 10x digital zoom is available. You can zoom in and out
using the mouse or scroll wheel (see page 32).
•
The zoom depth (x1.0—x10.0) is displayed while zooming.
•
As the magnification increases, the image quality decreases.
Note
•
The buffered images are displayed chronologically.
•
Date, time and frame number are not displayed in play mode.
•
Still images (not being played) from the Buffered Image page can be saved. Put
the cursor on the image, and right-click it. Then select [Save Picture As...].
•
The maximum number of buffered images changes depending on resolution,
image quality and the specific images the camera is buffering. At 320 x 240
pixels resolution and standard quality, the camera can buffer about 125 frames.
(If 3 triggers are enabled [maximum 5 triggers], the internal memory or the SD
memory card capacity is divided into 3 sections. In this case, each trigger can
buffer about 40 frames.) See page 197 for more details regarding the internal
memory capacity. See page 198 for the SD memory card capacity.
1.8.1
Deleting Buffered Images
If you intend to delete images for each transfer method, click [Delete Buffered
Images] on the Trigger page (see page 103, page 113, or page 125).
Note
•
If you click [Save] on the Trigger page, all buffered images on the SD memory
card are deleted.
•
If you are buffering images to the internal memory, the following operations also
delete all buffered images.
– Turning off or restarting the camera.
– Updating the camera.
– Resetting the camera to default.
– Saving the Date and Time page.
– Changing the Enable/Disable settings on the Image Buffer/Transfer page
(see page 103, page 113, or page 125).
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Operating Instructions
1.9
Viewing Still Images on Your Mobile Phone
Still images can be viewed over the Internet from a compatible mobile phone.
Enter "http://IP address (or URL):Port Number/Mobile" on a mobile phone and
press [OK].
• When the port number is set to 80 (default), it is not required.
E.g. http://
(or
•
•
•
.
.
.
:50000/Mobile
.viewnetcam.com:50000/Mobile)
Access to the camera from mobile phones must be allowed.
When an authentication window is displayed, enter the administrator's or
general user's user name and password.
A still image is displayed. (Video [Motion JPEG] cannot be displayed.)
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Operating Instructions
(1) Pressing 2, 4, 6 or 8 on the mobile
phones allows you to pan or tilt the
camera in four directions: Left, Up, Down
or Right.
(2) Pressing allows you to zoom in, and
pressing # allows you to zoom out.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(3) Pressing 5 will refresh the image.
(4) 160 x 120 resolution is displayed on
the first access. Pressing 0 switches the
resolution to 320 x 240.
(6)
(5) Executing [Home Position] moves the
lens to the home position.
(7)
(6) Pressing 1, 3, 7 or 9 on the keypad
allows you to use the first four registered
preset buttons.
(8)
(9)
(7) Registered presets 5—20 are
available by activating the link on the
mobile phone page.
(8) Displays up to 50 Logs in order of
time, when logging in as an administrator
(see page 49).
(9) Allows you to use your mobile phone
to enable/disable the image buffer/
transfer feature (see page 50).
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(10) Goes to the control page.
(11) Displays the number of new logs.
(12) Displays the date and time, the kind
of signal and sensor.
(10)
Display Operation
(11)
A1 R
Alarm1
A2 F
Alarm2
MD
Motion
Detection
(12)
(13)
Signal
Rising:
GND to Open (High)
Falling:
Open (High) to GND
-
(13) Goes to the control page.
Note
•
Audio feature does not work on mobile phones.
•
If the features are not permitted on the General User page (see page 99), the
buttons related with the features are not displayed.
•
If the image is not displayed properly, try the following 2 URLs.
1. http:// IP address(or URL):Port Number/MobileH for HTML.
(or
.viewnetcam.com:50000/MobileH)
2. http:// IP address(or URL):Port Number/MobileX for XHTML.
(or
•
.viewnetcam.com:50000/MobileX)
When pan, tilt, or zoom reaches the end, the keypad number and character disappear.
E.g.: The pan reaches the left end.
(4)L (2)U(8) D(6) R
( )Tele (#)Wide
"(4)L" disappears.
(2) U (8) D (6) R
( )Tele (#)Wide
•
Some mobile phones are not compatible with Panasonic Network Cameras.
Some phones may allow viewing only on port 80, and some may not support
password authentication. See the Panasonic Network Camera support website
at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for a list of mobile
phones, and their level of compatibility with the Panasonic Network Camera.
•
Some mobile phones display images at a decreased size.
•
If [Permit access from guest users] or [Permit access from guest users (mobile
only)] is selected, users can access mobile phone-specific screens via a mobile
phone or PC without the need for authentication.
•
Only administrators can operate the Alarm Log and Buffer/Transfer.
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1.9.1
Enabling or Disabling the Buffer/Transfer on your
Mobile Phone
1. Access camera images from your mobile phone, and log in as an
administrator.
2. Select [Buffer/Transfer].
3. Select a trigger number that you want to enable or disable.
Example: Enabling the Buffer/Transfer setting (No.1).
•
Selecting [Control Page] changes to the previous page.
4. Select [Save].
•
•
Selecting [Save] enables or disables the buffer/transfer settings, and all
buffered images will be deleted.
Selecting [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without saving
changes.
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2 Using the Camera's Basic Features
2.1 Setup Page of the Camera
1. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
Note
•
•
•
The Top page is displayed.
When [Permit access from guest users] is set on the Security:
Administrator page, click the [Login] tab and log in as an administrator.
When users other than an administrator are accessing the camera, the
[Setup] and [Maintenance] tabs are not displayed.
If [View Multi-Camera page] or [View Buffered Image page] is not
permitted on the General User page, the [Multi-Camera] or [Buffered
Image] tab will not be displayed.
2. Click the [Setup] tab at the top of the page.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
(9) —
(10) –
(11) –
(12) –
(13) –
(14) –
(15) –
(16) –
(17) –
(18) –
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Basic
(1)
Network (IPv4) Configures the IPv4 network settings to connect the
camera to the network (see page 54).
(2)
Network (IPv6) Configures the IPv6 network settings to connect the
camera to the network (see page 59).
(3)
IPsec
Enables IPsec (Transport or Tunnel mode) (see page
63).
(4)
UPnP
Enables automatic port forwarding and creates a
shortcut to the camera (see page 73).
(5)
DynamicDNS
Registers with a DNS service, such as Viewnetcam.com
service (see page 76).
(6)
Date and Time
Sets the date and time, automatic time adjustment and
summer (daylight saving) time settings (see page 83).
(7)
Camera
Sets camera name, white balance, AC power source
frequency, automatic focus range, mounting type, pan/
tilt range, return to specified position, color night view,
and vertical resolution settings (see page 86).
(8)
Audio
Sets output, volume, PC audio input timeout, input,
camera microphone sensitivity and mute during pan/tilt
settings (see page 92).
Account
(9)
Administrator
*1
(10)
Sets authentication and administrator security (user
name and password) (see page 94).
General User*1 Sets general user security (user name and password)
and access levels (see page 99).
Buffer/Transfer
(11)
Trigger
Sets image buffer or transfer by timer, alarm, or motion
detection (see page 103, page 113, or page 125).
(12)
Motion
Detection
Sets the threshold and sensitivity for motion detection
(see page 139).
(13)
Alarm Log
Sets the information required to send log notifications by
e-mail (see page 143).
Advanced
(14)
Image Display
Sets the resolution, image quality and refresh interval of
the Single Camera and Multi-Camera page, as well as
time stamp setting, language and banner (see page
151).
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(15)
Multi-Camera*1 Sets the camera IP address or host name, and camera
name on the Multi-Camera page (maximum 12
cameras) (see page 154).
(16)
Operation
Time
Sets the time period to display camera images (see
page 156).
(17)
External
Output
Sets the external output terminal of the External I/O (see
page 158).
(18)
Indicator
Control
Sets the indicator display (see page 159).
*1 If you change the [Administrator], [General User], or [Multi-Camera Setup page] settings,
changes will not be applied to video (Motion JPEG) viewers. Restart the camera to apply
changes to all video viewers.
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2.2
Connecting the Camera to Your IPv4 Network
The Network page offers three options to configure the camera in IPv4.
•
[Automatic Setup] automatically assigns an unused IP address to the camera,
and uses UPnP™ (Universal Plug and Play) to configure your router.
•
[Static] allows the user to use a specific IP address.
•
[DHCP] is offered for ISPs that require this option.
1. Click [Network (IPv4)] on the Setup page.
2. Click a connection mode.
Most common mode of setup.
Uses a static IP address.
Uses ISP DHCP server function.
•
See below for details of each connection mode.
3. Enter each parameter in the relevant data field.
Automatic Setup
The camera automatically obtains the network settings (subnet mask, default
gateway and DNS server address) using the router's or ISP's DHCP feature.
The camera also automatically searches for an unused IP address on your
network. If you select [Yes] for Allow Access from the Internet, the camera
automatically enables port forwarding using UPnP™. In this case, the camera
automatically searches for an unused port number on your network in order
of 80 and from 50000 to 50050.
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without saving
changes.
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DHCP Setup
•
Static Setup
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without
saving changes.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
Note
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, the following page is displayed.
The current network settings are shown on the Status page in the
Maintenance section (see page 161).
5. Click [Restart].
•
•
Note
•
The camera restarts, and the Top page is displayed.
Checking [Yes] for [Allow Access from the Internet] on [Automatic Setup]
may not display the Top page, because the port number may change. Use
the Setup Program to access the camera.
If you do not know the camera IP address when setting [Automatic Setup]
or [DHCP Setup], it can be searched for by the Setup Program (see page
186).
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•
When the camera is restarted, all buffered images in the internal memory
are deleted. The buffered images on the SD memory card are not deleted.
Setting
Allow Access from
the Internet
(Automatic Setup
Only)
Description
•
The allow Access from the Internet setting
automatically configures the router's Port Forwarding
setting (some routers call it "Address Translation",
"Static IP Masquerade", "Virtual Server" or "Port
Mapping"). To enable Internet access to the camera,
check [Yes]. In this case, the camera automatically
searches for unused port number on your network in
order of 80 and from 50000 to 50050. To disable
Internet access to the camera, check [No].
Network
•
Configuration from
Setup Program
(Static/DHCP Only)
To prohibit the Setup Program from changing the
network settings, uncheck the box.
Port Number
•
(Static/DHCP Only)
The default port number is 80. When you use multiple
cameras with a router on your network, each camera
must be assigned its own port number (see page 74
"2.7.2 Connecting the Camera to a Router that Does
Not Support UPnP™ (IPv4 Only)").
– Do not set the following port numbers.
FTP: 20 and 21, Telnet: 23, SMTP: 25, DNS: 53,
POP3: 110, HTTPS: 443, ICQ: 4000 and IRC:
6661—6667.
Enter a number between 1—65535.
Some ISPs do not allow you to use port 80. Ask your
ISP or network administrator about which port
numbers are accessible over the Internet.
•
•
•
•
IP address
Subnet Mask
(Static Only)
•
•
•
If your ISP or network administrator specifies an IP
address and subnet mask, enter them in each data
field.
If you use the camera on a LAN, set an IP address with
the same class as your PC (see page 185).
Set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3 periods, such as
"192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available.
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Setting
Host Name
(DHCP Only)
Description
•
•
Default Gateway*1 •
(Static/DHCP Only)
•
•
DNS Server
Address*1
(Static/DHCP Only)
•
•
Max. Bandwidth
Usage
•
•
•
If your ISP uses the DHCP function, which
automatically assigns an IP address to the camera,
enter the ISP–assigned host name. (The host name
may be used as an authentication.)
Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page
196). Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not
available.
If you have been assigned a Default Gateway address
by your ISP or network administrator, enter it in this
data field.
Set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3 periods, such as
"192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available.
The DNS server address is required in the following
situations:
– Transferring camera images by E–mail or FTP
– Setting cameras by their host names on the
Multi-Camera Setup page
– Using the DynamicDNS service
– Using the alarm log notification
If you have been assigned a DNS server addresses by
your ISP or network administrator, enter them in this
data field. There are usually two addresses.
Set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3 periods, such as
"192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available.
The bandwidth can be restricted.
Select a maximum bandwidth from [Unlimited] to [0.1
Mbps].
This setting is valid in both IPv4 and IPv6.
Note
•
Set a maximum bandwidth referring to the following file
sizes. These are examples for a JPEG file of standard
image quality. File sizes may change depending on the
image quality or the brightness of the object.
– 160 x 120 pixels: About 3.5 KB (28 Kbit)
– 320 x 240 pixels: About 10 KB (80 Kbit)
– 640 x 480 pixels: About 18 KB (144 Kbit)
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Setting
Connection Type
Description
•
•
Select [Auto Negotiation] normally. If the camera
cannot be accessed, see page 9 of the
Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM.
This setting is valid in both IPv4 and IPv6.
*1 If the IP address is automatically obtained from a DHCP server, this field does not need
to be set.
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2.3
Connecting the Camera to Your IPv6 Network
The Network page offers two options to configure the camera in IPv6.
•
[Automatic Setup] automatically assigns an IPv6 address to the camera.
•
[Static] allows the user to use a specific IPv6 address.
Note
•
IPv6 is an expanded protocol created for future Internet expansion. Your
network and your ISP must support IPv6 before you can use this feature.
1. Click [Network (IPv6)] on the Setup page.
2. Click a connection mode.
Most common mode of setup.
Uses a static IP address.
3. Enter each parameter in the relevant data field.
Automatic Setup
The camera is automatically assigned an IPv6 prefix from the IPv6 router, and
produces the original IPv6 address from the IPv6 prefix. If you select [No] for
Allow Access from the Internet, the camera can be accessed only from the
LAN that has an same IPv6 prefix as the camera.
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without saving
changes.
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Static Setup
You can assign a static IPv6 address to the camera. If you select [No] for Allow
Access from the Internet, the camera can be accessed only from the LAN that
has an same IPv6 prefix as the camera.
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without saving
changes.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
Note
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, the following page is displayed.
The current network settings are shown on the Status page in the
Maintenance section (see page 161).
5. Click [Restart].
•
Note
•
•
The camera restarts, and the Top page is displayed.
When you do not know the camera IP address while setting [Automatic
Setup], you can search for it using the Setup Program (see page 186). Or
you can search for it on the Status page (see page 161) after accessing
the camera in IPv4.
If the camera is restarted, all buffered images on the internal memory are
deleted. The buffered images on the SD memory card are not deleted.
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Setting
Allow Access from
the Internet
Description
•
If [Yes] is selected for Allow Access from the Internet,
you can access the camera from the Internet. If [No] is
selected, the camera can be accessed only from a LAN
that has an same IPv6 prefix as the camera.
Port Number (Static •
Only)
•
The default port number is 80. A unique port number
must be set for each terminal on your network.
Do not set the following port numbers.
FTP: 20 and 21, Telnet: 23, SMTP: 25, DNS: 53,
POP3: 110, HTTPS: 443, ICQ: 4000 and IRC: 6661—
6667.
Enter a number between 1—65535.
Some ISPs do not allow you to use port 80. Ask your
ISP or network administrator about which port
numbers are accessible over the Internet.
•
•
IP address
(Static Only)
•
•
Default Gateway
(Static Only)
•
•
DNS Server
Address
•
•
•
Enter a global address. You do not need to enter a
prefix length.
An IPv6 address consists of 8 hexadecimal numbers
divided by ":". Consecutive 0s can be abbreviated as
"::". (E.g. 2001:2:3:4::5)
If you have been assigned a Default Gateway IPv6
address by your ISP or network administrator, enter it
in this data field.
An IPv6 address consists of 8 hexadecimal numbers
divided by ":". Consecutive 0s can be abbreviated as
"::". (E.g. 2001:2:3:4::5)
The DNS server address is required in the following
situations:
– Transferring camera images by E–mail or FTP
– Setting cameras by their host names on the
Multi-Camera Setup page
– Using the DynamicDNS service
– Using the alarm log notification
If you have been assigned a DNS server IPv6
addresses by your ISP or network administrator, enter
them in this data field. There are usually two
addresses.
An IPv6 address consists of 8 hexadecimal numbers
divided by ":". Consecutive 0s can be abbreviated as
"::".
(E.g. 2001:2:3:4::5)
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Setting
Max. Bandwidth
Usage
Description
•
•
•
The bandwidth can be restricted.
Select a maximum bandwidth from [Unlimited] to [0.1
Mbps].
This setting is valid in both IPv4 and IPv6.
Note
•
Set a maximum bandwidth referring to the following file
sizes. These are examples for a JPEG file of standard
image quality. File sizes may change depending on the
image quality or the brightness of the object.
– 160 x 120 pixels: About 3.5 KB (28 Kbit)
– 320 x 240 pixels: About 10 KB (80 Kbit)
– 640 x 480 pixels: About 18 KB (144 Kbit)
Connection Type
•
•
Select [Auto Negotiation] normally. If you cannot
access the camera, see page 9 of the Troubleshooting
on the CD-ROM.
This setting is valid in both IPv4 and IPv6.
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2.4
What is IPsec?
IPsec provides security for the transmission of sensitive information over
unprotected networks such as the Internet. IPsec authenticates IP packets
between participating IPsec devices.
Unreadable
Malicious User
Image
Allowed User
Internet
Readable
Camera's IPsec Features
The camera can use IPsec in both IPv4 and IPv6. The camera supports the
following IPsec features.
Item
IKEv1
Supported Feature
Pre-shared Key Method
Phase 1 mode
: Main mode*1
Phase 2 mode
: Quick mode
Cipher Algorithm : DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC, AES-CBC (128, 192,
256 bits)
Message-Digest : HMAC-MD5, HMAC-SHA-1
Algorithm
IPsec
ESP (Encapsulating Security Payload)*2
Transport mode, Tunnel mode
Cipher Algorithm : DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC, AES-CBC (128, 192,
256 bits)
Message-Digest : HMAC-MD5-96, HMAC-SHA-1-96
Algorithm
*1 The camera does not support aggressive mode.
*2 The camera does not support authentication header (AH).
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IPsec Mode Selection
Select transport mode or tunnel mode to access the camera.
Transport Mode (IPv4 Only)
The image is encrypted for the whole way between the camera and your PC. The
transport mode is available only in IPv4 for users of Windows XP Service Pack 1
or later.
Transport Mode
Encrypted
Prepare the following required items:
Item
PC
Supported Feature
Operating
System
: Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later
Web Browser
: Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
ISP Service
: A service for multiple global addresses (A
global address must be set up on your PC.)
Note
•
To use IPsec, you need to set up your operating system. See
the Panasonic Network Camera support website at http://
panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for setup
details.
Camera
ISP Service
: A service for multiple global addresses (A
global address must be set up to the camera.)
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Tunnel Mode (IPv4/IPv6)
An IPsec mode of operation where the entire IP packet including IP header is
authenticated and encrypted. A new IP header is added (protecting the entire
original packet). Both VPN clients and VPN gateways can use this mode.
Note
•
The camera can be accessed only from PCs under the VPN router. Other PCs
cannot access the camera.
LAN
WAN
Tunnel Mode
Encrypted
Not Encrypted
Prepare the following required items:
Item
PC
Supported Feature
Operating
System
: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me,
Windows 98SE (in IPv4)
: Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later (in IPv6)
Router
Web Browser
: Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
ISP Service
(in IPv4)
: A service for static global addresses (A global
address must be set up to the WAN side of the
router.)
ISP Service
(in IPv6)
: An "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over IPv4
Tunneling" service
Note
•
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at http:/
/panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for the
recommended router.
Camera
ISP Service
(in IPv4)
: A service for multiple global addresses (A
global address must be set up to the camera.)
ISP Service
(in IPv6)
: An "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over IPv4
Tunneling" service
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2.5
Encrypting the Camera Image in Transport
Mode
The camera can encrypt images using IPsec transport mode.
Note
•
If you use IPsec, the refresh interval increases.
1. Click [IPsec] on the Setup page.
2. Click Camera in the Transport column.
•
If you use transport mode for E-mail or FTP transfer, click No. in the Buffer/
Transfer column.
Set to use
Alarm Log.
(See page
143)
The display shows
that the
communication is
in HTTP and
anyone can
access the
camera if they
have the preshared key.
Set up these settings to transfer images in transport mode (see page 137).
Note
•
To display an Alarm Log, set Alarm 1, Alarm 2 or Motion Detection for the
Trigger Setting and check [Enable].
3. Enter each parameter in the relevant data field.
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Setting
Description
Status
•
Check the box to use this encryption method.
Pre-Shared Key
•
This is the key used in the authentication of
communications. Enter the same pre-shared key as
your PC.
Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page
196). But [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not
available.
•
Note
•
If the pre-shared key becomes known to a third party, it
may lead to illegal access, a leak of private information
or interference. To protect your security and privacy,
pay attention to the following points.
– Make it known only to people you trust.
– Set it as long and complex as possible.
– Change it regularly.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
The new settings are saved.
5. Click [Cancel].
•
The IPsec page is displayed.
6. Check [Use] in the IPsec column, select an encoding strength, and click
[Save].
Setting
Description
IPsec
•
Check the box to enable IPsec features. If you uncheck
the box, all IPsec features will be invalid.
Encoding strength
•
The encoding strength for IPsec can be selected. If you
select [Standard], DES or NULL is valid as an
algorithm, and the data will become easier to decrypt.
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7. Click [Restart].
8. Set up your PC according to the requirements on page 64.
•
Set the FTP server or E-mail server to transfer images.
9. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
Note
•
•
•
If you can access the camera, the IPsec setup is complete.
In IPsec communications, "IPsec" is displayed on the Top page or the
Single Camera page.
If you cannot communicate using IPsec, see page 24 of Troubleshooting
on the CD-ROM.
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for IPsec features.
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2.6
Encrypting the Camera Image in Tunnel Mode
The camera can encrypt images using IPsec tunnel mode.
Note
•
Do not set IPsec on PCs under the VPN router. Communications may be
blocked.
If you use IPsec, the refresh interval increases.
The camera can be accessed only from PCs under the VPN router. Other
PCs cannot access the camera.
•
•
1. Click [IPsec] on the Setup page.
2. Click Add in the Tunnel column.
3. Enter each parameter in the relevant data field.
Setting
Status
Description
•
Check the box to use this encryption method.
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Setting
Pre-Shared Key
Description
•
•
This is the key used in the authentication of
communications. Enter the same pre-shared key as
your VPN router.
Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page
196). But [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not
available.
Note
•
If the pre-shared key becomes known to a third party, it
may lead to illegal access, a leak of private information
or interference. To protect your security and privacy,
pay attention to the following points.
– Make it known only to people you trust.
– Set it as long and complex as possible.
– Change it regularly.
Network address
•
•
Enter the destination network address.
Enter "IP address/Prefix length" in the data field.
Router address
•
Enter the WAN IP address of the destination network
VPN router.
Note
•
An IPv6 link-local address is not available.
•
The camera can be accessed only from PCs under
the VPN router. Other PCs cannot access the
camera.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
The new settings are saved.
5. Click [Cancel].
•
The IPsec page is displayed.
6. Check [Use] in the IPsec column, uncheck the encoding strength, and click
[Save].
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Setting
Description
IPsec
•
Check the box to enable IPsec features. If you uncheck
the box, all IPsec features will be invalid.
Encoding strength
•
The encoding strength for IPsec can be selected. If you
select [Standard], DES or NULL is valid as an
algorithm, and the data will become easier to decrypt.
7. Click [Restart].
8. Set up your VPN router as shown below.
•
To use tunnel mode, you need to set up your VPN router.
IKE Items
Phase 1
Phase 2
Settings
Authentication
Method
Pre-shared Key Method
ID
Specifies by address.
Mode
Main mode*1
Diffie-Hellman
MODP Group
Specifies 1 or 2.
Cipher Algorithm
Select from DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC or
AES-CBC (128, 192, 256 bits).
(Multiple selections are available.)
Message-Digest
Algorithm
HMAC-MD5, HMAC-SHA-1
Lifetime
Specifies by 28800 s (Byte setting is
not supported.)
Mode
Quick mode
PFS
Specifies either of Off, D-H Group 1
or D-H Group 2.
Cipher Algorithm
Select from DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC,
AES-CBC (128, 192, 256 bits) or
NULL. (Multiple selections are
available.)
Message-Digest
Algorithm
HMAC-MD5-96, HMAC-SHA-1-96
Lifetime
Specifies by 28800 s (Byte setting is
not supported.)
*1 The camera does not support aggressive mode.
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•
Set up the IPsec policy as below.
Items
Settings
Protocol
ANY
Source Network
Network address and subnet mask on the LAN side of
the VPN router
Source IP address
A global address on the WAN side of the VPN router
Destination Network
A global address of the camera
Destination IP address A global address of the camera
9. Access the camera (see page 19).
•
Note
•
•
•
If you can access the camera, the IPsec setup is complete.
In IPsec communications, "IPsec" is displayed on the Top page or the
Single Camera page.
If you cannot communicate using IPsec, see page 24 of the
Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM.
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for IPsec features.
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Using UPnP™ (Universal Plug and Play)
2.7
UPnP™ can automatically configure your router to make it accessible from the
Internet. In order to use this feature, your router needs to support UPnP™, and it
must be enabled. UPnP™ is disabled on most routers by default. Most router
manufacturers disable this feature as the default setting. See http://
panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ and your router's manual for
details of how to enable UPnP™. After UPnP™ is enabled on the router, set
[Enable] for auto port forwarding.
Note
•
The camera’s UPnP™ does not support IPv6. Use this feature in IPv4.
1. Click [UPnP] on the Setup page.
2. Set up UPnP™.
Setting
Auto Port
Forwarding
Description
•
If the network setting is [Status] or [DHCP], enabling
auto port forwarding allows you to access the camera
from the Internet.
Note
•
If the network setting is [Automatic Setup], also enable
[Allow Access from the Internet] on the Network page
(see page 56).
Display Shortcut
•
Enabling this creates a shortcut to the camera in the
Icon in My Network
My Network Places folder.
Places
Note
•
To enable this feature when using Windows XP or
Windows Me, enable the UPnP™ Windows component
beforehand (see page 195).
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
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4. Click [Go to UPnP page].
•
2.7.1
The UPnP page is displayed.
Connecting the Camera to a Router that Supports
UPnP™ (IPv4 Only)
To allow access from the Internet with a router supporting UPnP™, follow the
procedures shown in Getting Started.
Note
•
•
2.7.2
On some routers, the UPnP™ feature is disabled by default. Enable your
router's UPnP™ feature following the router manual before you set up the
camera. See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at http://
panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for details.
If a maximum idle time is set in PPPoE or PPTP connection with your ISP,
disable it on the router. See the router manual for details.
Connecting the Camera to a Router that Does Not
Support UPnP™ (IPv4 Only)
To allow access from the Internet with a router that does not support UPnP™, follow
the procedures below.
1. Select [Static] on the Network (IPv4) page.
(1) Access the camera (see page 19).
(2) Click the [Setup] tab at the top of the page.
(3) Select [Static] on the Network page.
•
The Static IP Address Configuration page is displayed. Make a
note of the IP address and port number, since they are required to
enable port forwarding on the router.
Note
•
You must assign a unique IP address and a unique port number
to each camera on the LAN.
(4) Click [Save] without changing the settings.
(5) Click [Restart].
2. Enable port forwarding*1 on the router.
Using the IP address and port number noted on step 1-(3), enable port
forwarding on the router. See the router manual for how to enable port
forwarding.
3. Register with the Viewnetcam.com service.
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Port Forwarding feature*1 (IPv4 Only)
The port forwarding feature is required to allow camera access from the Internet
with a router that does not support UPnP™. It exchanges a local IP address for a
global one.
Global IP address
of the router
vvv.xxx.yyy.zzz:80
vvv.xxx.yyy.zzz:81
Port Forwarding feature
Port No.
vvv.xxx.yyy.zzz:80
vvv.xxx.yyy.zzz:81
Modem
192.168.0.253:80
192.168.0.252:81
Router
Internet
CATV
192.168.0.1
xDSL
Optical cable
Local IP address
Note
•
*1
192.168.0.252 192.168.0.253
Port No. 80
Port No. 81
The IP addresses shown above may differ from those offered on your
home network.
"Port forwarding" may be called "Address translation", "Static IP Masquerade", "Virtual server"
or "Port mapping" in other products.
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2.8
Registering with the DynamicDNS Service
DynamicDNS is a service that allows you to assign an easy-to-remember name to
the camera, for example, similar to your favorite web site. It also allows you to easily
access the camera, even when your ISP changes the IP address. Panasonic
Communications recommends that you register with a DynamicDNS to access the
camera from the Internet. See http://www.viewnetcam.com for details about the
Viewnetcam.com service.
1. Click [DynamicDNS] on the Setup page.
•
•
When you select [Viewnetcam.com] (see below)
When you select [User-specified DynamicDNS] (see page 78)
When you select [Disable]
2. Check [Disable] and click [Save].
•
•
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
When you select [Viewnetcam.com]
2. Check [Viewnetcam.com] and click [Next].
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
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3. Click [Save].
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes, and the
DynamicDNS window is displayed.
Setting
Description
Personal (Camera)
URL
•
The camera's personal URL will be displayed after you
register with the Viewnetcam.com service.
Your Account Link
•
The URL required to register with the Viewnetcam.com
service is displayed. Clicking [Your Account Link] item
name displays the Viewnetcam.com registration
website.
4. Click [OK].
•
•
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
The new settings are saved.
5. Click [Go to Viewnetcam.com page].
•
The Viewnetcam.com page is displayed.
6. Click Your Account Link.
•
Note
•
The Viewnetcam.com registration website is displayed.
When the Viewnetcam.com registration website is not displayed, confirm
that the URL is displayed in the right column next to Your Account Link. If
the URL is not displayed, follow the procedures below.
(1) Wait for a moment, then click [Refresh] on the web browser.
(2) Confirm that your network (your PC and camera) is connected to the
Internet.
•
•
Personal (Camera) URL is available after registering with the
Viewnetcam.com service.
If port forwarding is not enabled or your network is not connected to the
Internet, the Viewnetcam.com service is not available.
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7. Register with the Viewnetcam.com service following the instructions on the
website.
• The Viewnetcam.com page is displayed.
8. Access your camera with the registered URL from the Internet (see page 19).
•
Note
•
•
When the Top page is displayed, Viewnetcam.com registration is
complete.
It may take a maximum of 30 minutes for the registered URL to work.
If "Expired" is displayed for the Personal (Camera) URL on the
Viewnetcam.com page or for the Camera URL at Viewnetcam.com on the
Status page, restart the camera. After that, confirm that your registered
URL is displayed on the pages.
Confirming Internet access
Due to the router specifications, the image may not be displayed even if you access
the camera from your PC on the same LAN as the camera. In this case, try:
• Accessing from a PC on another network (see page 19)
• Accessing from your mobile phone (see page 47)
When you select [User-specified DynamicDNS]
2. Check [User-specified DynamicDNS] and click [Next].
id
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
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3. Set each parameter.
•
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
DynamicDNS information can be obtained from companies in the
DynamicDNS service industry.
Setting
Description
DynamicDNS
Server URL*1
Input URL acquired from the DynamicDNS service industry
company. Enter up to 255 characters. The URL must be started
with "http://".
Updating time
Specify the updating time.
User Name*2
Input User Name acquired from the DynamicDNS service
industry company. Enter up to 63 characters.
Password*2
Input Password acquired from the DynamicDNS service
industry company. Enter up to 63 characters.
*1 Note that [Space] and ["] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] and [:] are not available.
4. Click [Save] after finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
5. Click [Go to DynamicDNS page].
•
Note
•
•
The DynamicDNS page is displayed.
It may take several minutes for the registered URL to connect.
Some DynamicDNS services may not connect.
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Confirming Internet access
Due to the router’s specifications, the image may not be displayed even if you
access the camera from your PC on the same LAN as the camera. In this case, try:
• Accessing from a PC on another network (see page 19)
• Accessing from your mobile phone (see page 47)
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2.8.1
DynamicDNS Service (IPv4/IPv6)
DynamicDNS allows you to choose an easy-to-remember address (such as
"bob.viewnetcam.com") that can be used to view images from your camera over
the Internet. This service is compatible with both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. Some
DynamicDNS service is not compatible with IPv6 address.
What are the advantages of DynamicDNS service?
In order to view camera images over the Internet, you need to know your camera's
global IP address. However, many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) assign their
customers a "dynamic" IP address that changes monthly, weekly, or each time they
log on. Unless you have been assigned a static IP address (an IP address that
does not change periodically) by your ISP, you may find it difficult to access your
camera over the Internet. The Viewnetcam.com service allows you to access your
camera even if your assigned global IP address changes.
How the DynamicDNS service works
DynamicDNS service server
DNS
server
3. New address registered with
2. Camera reports new address
DNS server
On-site Network
Camera
ISP
4. DNS looks up
current address
Off-site PC
Internet
1. Global IP address
changes
5. Camera connection established
1. Your ISP assigns a global IP address to your Internet access account that
changes periodically. This is the address needed to access the camera over
the Internet.
2. When your ISP-assigned global IP address changes, your camera
automatically notifies the DynamicDNS service server of the new address in
the DynamicDNS. The camera notifies the DynamicDNS service server of the
new address in DynamicDNS in the following cases.
• When starting the camera
• When an update interval time has been set
• When clicking the [Save] button
3. The DynamicDNS server contacts the Domain Name System (DNS) server
and registers your new global IP address to your chosen DynamicDNS
address (such as "bob.viewnetcam.com").
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4. When you enter your DynamicDNS address in your web browser while away
from home or the office, the DNS server looks up the global IP address
assigned to your DynamicDNS address.
5. The DNS server finds your current global IP address and allows you to
connect to your camera.
Note
•
•
•
Ask your ISP about what type of IP address you are using.
Some ISPs assign you a local IP address. In this case, the DynamicDNS
service cannot be used.
If the camera is using a port number other than 80, the port number must
be specified at the end of the DynamicDNS URL. For example:
Using port 80: http://(Cameraname).viewnetcam.com
Using any other port: http://(Cameraname).viewnetcam.com:Port
Number
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2.9
Setting the Date and Time
The Date and Time page allows you to set and confirm the date and time. The date
and time are used for the settings of the trigger setting, alarm log, operation time
and Buffered Image page.
Note
•
Saving a new date and time deletes all buffered images on the internal memory.
The buffered images on the SD memory card are not deleted.
1. Click [Date and Time] on the Setup page.
2. Set each parameter.
•
Set [Automatic Time Adjustment] to synchronize the time automatically
with an NTP server.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
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Setting
Time Setting
Description
•
Set the date and format (AM/PM or 24 H). The interface
and available values depend on the format. The date and
time are used for the settings of the trigger setting, sensor
log, operation time and Buffered Image page. Note that the
format for the subject and file name of E-mails by E-mail or
FTP transfer can only be 24 h.
Automatic Time •
Adjustment
NTP (Network Time Protocol) server synchronizes the
camera's internal clock automatically every day. Check the
box to enable it.
Set the NTP server IP address. In IPv4, set 4 numbers (0—
255) and 3 periods, such as "192.168.0.253". Note that
"0.0.0.0" and "255.255.255.255" are not available. In IPv6,
set 8 hexadecimal numbers divided by ":". Consecutive 0s
can be abbreviated as "::". (E.g. 2001:2:3:4::5) Or set a
host name (1—255 characters).
Select your time zone.
•
•
Note
•
The camera will not synchronize to the NTP server if there
is more than an 1 hour difference between the NTP server
time and the camera's current time. This is to protect the
camera's time setting from fraudulent NTP server
tampering, incorrect time information, etc.
Adjust Clock for •
Daylight Saving
Time
During summer time, the internal clock is turned forward
an hour. The clock will shift one hour forward at the set time
on the Start Day, and move back one hour at the set time
on the End Day. Check the box to enable it.
Note
•
An "s" is inserted between the date and time of the time
stamp when this feature is enabled. The time stamp is
printed on images transferred by the Image Transfer
feature.
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
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4. Click [Go to Date and Time page].
•
Note
•
The Date and Time page is displayed.
Date and time settings become incorrect depending on the length of time
the camera is turned on and its internal temperature. Using the Automatic
Time Adjustment is recommended.
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2.10 Changing Camera Settings
The Camera page allows you to set the camera name, white balance, AC power
source frequency, automatic focus range, mounting type, pan/tilt range, return to
specified position, color night view, and vertical resolution settings.
1. Click [Camera] on the Setup page.
2. Set each parameter.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
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Setting
Camera Name
Description
•
•
White Balance
The camera name is displayed on the Single Camera
page.
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196) or characters from
other languages (1—15 characters for a 1-byte character
and 1—7 characters for a 2-byte character). Note that
[Space], ["], ['], [&], [<], and [>] are not available.
Select from the following options. "K (Kelvin)" is a unit for color
temperature.
•
Auto (default)
— Automatic adjustment
•
Fixed Indoor
— Electric bulb (2800 K)
•
Fixed Fluorescent
(White)
— White type fluorescent light
(3600 K)
•
Fixed Fluorescent
(Daylight)
— Daylight type fluorescent light
(4000 K)
•
Fixed Outdoor
— Solar light (6000 K)
•
Hold
— Setting [Hold] keeps the current
white balance.
Note
•
White balance settings are also saved in the home
position, alarm position and preset positions.
AC Power
Source
Frequency
This setting may correct flickering caused by power line
frequency.
•
50 Hz (default)
•
60 Hz
Automatic
Focus Range
Set to "Macro" when viewing objects that are within 1 m of the
camera. Set to "Normal" when viewing objects that are 1 m or
further from the camera.
•
When positioning the camera in front of a window to view
images on the other side of the window, set the Automatic
Focus Range to "Normal".
Mounting Type
Set to match the installation method used to mount the camera.
•
When set to "On the ceiling", the available tilt range is 0 to
+90 degrees.
•
When set to "On the table", the available tilt range is -120
to 0 degrees.
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Setting
Pan Range*1
Description
Select from the following options.
•
Minimum
•
Home Position
•
Maximum
— Current settings, -175—+175
*2
— Current settings, -175—+175
— Current settings, -175—+175
The values must be selected as minimum home
position maximum.
Note
•
Tilt Range*1
Your privacy may be compromised if the range is set
incorrectly. Check the range after setup.
Select from the following options.
When the camera is mounted on a ceiling
•
Minimum
•
Home Position
•
Maximum
— Current settings, 0—+90
*2
— Current settings, 0—+90
— Current settings, 0—+90
When the camera is mounted on a table
•
Minimum
— Current settings, -120—0
•
Home Position*2
— Current settings, -120—0
•
Maximum
— Current settings, -120—0
The values must be selected as minimum home
position maximum.
Note
•
Your privacy may be compromised if the range is set
incorrectly. Confirm the range after setup.
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Setting
Return to
Specified
Position
Description
•
•
If the camera is not operated during the specified period,
the camera turns to a specified position.
The following settings are available:
– Time: Do not move, 10 s, 20 s, 30 s, 1 min, 5 min,
10 min, 30 min, 1 h
– Specified Position: Home Position, Preset No.1—
20, Alarm No. 1, Alarm No. 2
Note
Color Night
View
•
•
•
A preset position (1—20) is displayed as a ("preset
number"."preset name"). (e.g.: 1.sample)
•
When registering preset positions, set Time long
enough to complete the registration process. If Time is
set too short, the camera will return to the specified
position while registering preset positions.
•
If you did not set any presets, the camera cannot turn to
the preset position.
In the color night view mode, the camera image becomes
brighter in a low illuminance. The camera image returns to
normal operation in a bright location.
In color night view mode, the following may be
experienced:
– Image refresh interval may increase.
– Images may blur when viewing moving objects or
using Pan/Tilt/Zoom in low illuminance.
– It may take a while to focus on some objects by
auto focusing.
– Images may not be displayed correctly on a TV.
Note
•
In the color night view mode, the image may have white or
colored dots around the object. This is not a problem, since
it is a CCD sensor characteristic.
Vertical
Resolution (for
640 x 480
mode)
When viewing motion images in 640 x 480 resolution, scan
lines may appear when objects pass horizontally in front of the
camera or when the camera pans horizontally. Set to "240" to
remove the scan lines.
*1 See page 90 for details about pan/tilt range settings.
*2 These home position settings are displayed as you set on page 36.
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3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved. If the [Pan Range] or [Tilt Range] settings are
changed, the camera turns to the home position.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
4. Click [Go to Camera page].
•
The Camera page is displayed.
Specifying the Pan/Tilt Range
1. Access the camera (see page 19), and click [Single] at the top of the Top
page.
2. Open another web browser, and display the Camera page (see page 86).
3. Align the Single Camera page and the Camera page side to side.
4. Set the pan/tilt range.
•
Selecting [Current Settings] displays the current angle of the camera. Set
each value while adjusting the pan/tilt on the Single Camera page.
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Note
•
The values must be selected as minimum home position maximum.
When the camera is
mounted on a table
When the camera is
mounted on a ceiling
Max.: 0 ˚
Max.: +90 ˚
Min.: -175 ˚
Max.: +175 ˚
Min.: -120 ˚
Max.: +175 ˚
Min.: -175 ˚
Min.: 0 ˚
5. Click [Save] on the Camera page.
•
The new settings are saved. The camera turns to the home position.
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2.11 Adjusting Audio
The Audio page allows you to set the microphone, the external speaker,
microphone sensitivity and external speaker volume settings.
1. Click [Audio] on the Setup page.
2. Set each parameter.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
Setting
Description
Output
•
You can control audio output for the external speaker
connected to the camera.
Volume
•
You can control the external speaker output volume.
PC Audio Input
Timeout
•
You can set the time to consecutively perceive the
audio from your PC. (1—60 minutes)
Input
•
You can control audio input from the external
microphone connected to the camera.
Camera
Microphone
Sensitivity
•
You can select the microphone sensitivity level.
Minimum: Decreased sensitivity
Standard: Standard setting (default)
Maximum: Enhanced sensitivity
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Setting
Mute during Pan/Tilt •
Description
You can temporarily turn off the audio (audio input)
when the camera pans or tilts.
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
4. Click [Go to Audio page].
•
The Audio page is displayed.
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3
Registering Users
3.1
Changing the Authentication Setting and
Administrator User Name and Password
The Security: Administrator page allows you to change authentication, and the
administrator's user name and password. An authentication window allows
registered users to access the camera.
Note
•
If you access the camera for the first time, the window for setting the
administrator's user name and password is displayed. Make a note of the user
name and password so that you will not forget them.
•
The user name and password should be secured at your own responsibility.
Pay attention to the following points.
– Set a user name and password with as many characters as possible.
– Change the password regularly.
•
Setting [Permit access from guest users] (permitting access without a User
Name or Password) or [Permit access from guest users (mobile only)]
(permitting access without a User Name or Password) at General
Authentication risks the images being viewed by third parties. Control the
contents of the images accordingly.
IMPORTANT
•
It is important to limit access to the camera by use of a unique User Name and
a secret Password. Because the camera is accessed through the Internet it is
possible that the camera could be accessed by unknown individuals, including
those who are commonly known as "hackers," to whom you do not want to allow
access. The use of a unique User Name and a Password known only to you will
help insure that only authorized individuals are given access to the camera. You
have the option of proceeding without a User Name and Password, but it is
strongly recommended that you utilize these protections.
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1. Click [Administrator] on the Setup page.
2. Set each parameter.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
Setting
General
Authentication
Description
Authentication has 3 phases.
•
If you set [Permit access from guest users], the camera
does not display the authentication window in camera
access. All guest users can view images without a user
name and password.
•
If you set [Permit access from guest users (mobile only)],
an authentication window is not displayed when accessing
the mobile phone page. All guest users can view images
without a user name and password when accessing the
mobile phone page.
Note
•
•
If you set [Permit access from guest users], [Login]
is displayed at the top of the page. After you log in
as an administrator (see page 98), the Setup page
and the Maintenance page can be accessed.
If you set [Do not permit access from guest users], an
authentication window is displayed to access the camera.
Users must enter the user name and password.
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Setting
User Name/
Password
Description
•
•
User Name (6 to 15 characters): Enter the user name.
Password (6 to 15 characters): Enter the password.
Note
•
The password must be different from the user name.
•
Retype Password: Reenter the password.
•
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196). Note that [Space],
["], ['], [&], [<], [>] and [:] are not available.
Note
•
•
•
When setting authentication, set the user name and password, and save
them.
When users other than an administrator are accessing the camera, the
[Setup] and [Maintenance] tabs will not be displayed.
The user name and password are case sensitive.
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
4. Click [Go to Security: Administrator page].
•
Note
•
The Security: Administrator page is displayed.
When the user name and password have been changed, the camera
displays an authentication window. Enter the user name and password,
and click [OK].
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Administrator/General Users/Guest Users
The access level to the camera is divided to administrator, general users and guest
users.
Items
Administrator
General
Users
Guest Users
Guest Users
(mobile only)
User Name
and Password
Required
Required
Not Required
Not Required
Number of
Users
1
50
—
—
Accessible
Pages
All Pages
Pages Except
For Setup and
Maintenance
page
Pages Except
For Setup and
Maintenance
page
Mobile phone
page only
All Operations Access level
can be set for
each general
user (see
page 99).
Access level
can be set for
guest users
(see page 99).
—
Access Level
Note
•
Guest users mean unregistered users. Set [Permit access from guest
users] or [Permit access from guest users (mobile only)] on the Security:
Administrator page (see page 94) to allow access from guest users.
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3.2
Logging in to the Camera
If you set [Permit access from guest users] on the Security: Administrator page,
[Login] is displayed at the top of the page. After you log in as an administrator, the
Setup page and the Maintenance page can be accessed.
1. Click [Login] at the top of the page.
2. Check a login mode, and click [Login].
Note
•
The authentication window is displayed. Enter the user name and
password set for General Users or Administrator.
3. Enter a valid user name and password according to the Login mode selected
in step 2, and click [OK] to log in to the camera.
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3.3
Creating, Modifying or Deleting General
Users
The General User page allows you to create, modify or delete general users. Up to
50 general users can be registered. The access level is set for each general user.
If you set [Permit access from guest users] or [Permit access from guest users
(mobile only)] on the Security: Administrator page, the access level can be set for
guest users.
Note
•
For general users, the Setup and Maintenance tabs are not displayed.
1. Click [General Users] on the Setup page.
2. To create a general user, click [Create].
•
When setting [Do not permit
access from guest users]
•
To change the settings of general users or guest users, select their
name and click [Modify]. The modification page is displayed.
To delete a general user, select the name and click [Delete]. The
confirmation page is displayed.
•
•
When setting [Permit access
from guest users] or [Permit
access from guest users
(mobile only)]
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3. Set each parameter.
•
Settings for general users
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without
saving changes.
Setting
•
Settings for guest users
Description
User ID List
•
•
Up to 50 general users can be registered.
The list is used to modify or delete general user settings.
User Name/
Password
•
•
User Name (6 to 15 characters): Enter the user name.
Password (6 to 15 characters): Enter the password.
Note
•
The password must be different from the user name.
•
Retype Password: Reenter the password.
•
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196). Note that
[Space], ["], ['], [&], [<], [>] and [:] are not available.
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Setting
Access Level
Description
An access level is set for each general user. Check each
feature to enable access to it.
•
In the limit time of continuous Motion JPEG setting, set the
time for changing video (Motion JPEG) to still images for
each user. (Not permitted, Unlimited, 10 seconds—60
minutes) In the refresh interval setting, set the refresh
interval after the video has changed to still images. (3—60
seconds)
•
See the corresponding page for details of the following
features.
Pan/Tilt Control (see page 31)
Zoom Control (see page 32)
Focus Control (see page 34)
Preset Control (see page 29)
Click to Center Control (see page 27)
Brightness Control (see page 30)
External Output Control (see page 30)
Change Refresh Interval (see page 30)
Change Resolution (see page 30)
Change Quality (see page 30)
Capture Image Button (see page 28)
Listen (see page 40)
Talk (see page 40)
View Multi-Camera page (see page 42)
View Buffered Image page (see page 44)
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
5. Click [Go to General User page].
•
The General User page is displayed.
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4
Buffering or Transferring Images
4.1
Procedures of Buffering or Transferring
Images
The procedures from this page to page 136 are described about settings of the
image buffer or transfer. See the procedures below to understand the general
outline of the settings.
Buffer/Transfer by
Motion Detection Signal
(Page 125)
Buffer/Transfer by Timer
(Page 103)
Buffer/Transfer by Alarm
Signal (Page 113)
Time Setting
Time Setting
Time Setting
Lens Position When
Triggered Setting
Lens Position When
Triggered Setting
Image Setting
Image Setting
Image Setting
Image Buffer Frequency Setting
Image Buffer Frequency Setting
Image Buffer Frequency Setting
Transfer Method
(Select one from the lists.)
• No Transfer, No Memory
Overwrite
• No Transfer, Memory
Overwrite
• FTP
• E-mail
Transfer Method
(Select one from the lists.)
• No Transfer, No Memory
Overwrite
• No Transfer, Memory
Overwrite
• FTP
• E-mail
Transfer Method
(Select one from the lists.)
• No Transfer, No Memory
Overwrite
• No Transfer, Memory
Overwrite
• FTP
• E-mail
E-mail Notification When
Triggered Setting
E-mail Notification When
Triggered Setting
Save the settings to complete.
Save the settings to complete.
Save the settings to complete.
Changing Motion Detection
Sensitivity (Page 139)
Notifying the Alarm Log
(Page 143)
Notifying the Alarm Log
(Page 143)
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4.2
Buffering or Transferring Images by Timer
The Trigger page allows you to enable image buffer/transfer by E-mail or FTP.
Note
•
If you are recording images to the SD memory card, refresh interval slows
down.
1. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
2. Click a No. to enable buffer/transfer.
3. Check [Enable Image Buffer/Transfer], select [Timer] for the trigger, and click
[Next>].
•
•
•
Note
•
Click [Delete Buffered Images] to delete images already buffered.
Click [Save] to save the settings.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you click [Save], all buffered images on the SD memory card are
deleted.
Setting
Enable Image
Buffer/Transfer
Description
•
Check the box to enable the buffer/transfer. Uncheck the
box to disable it.
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Setting
Trigger
Description
•
•
•
Selecting [Timer] enables the camera to buffer/transfer
images by timer.
Selecting [Alarm 1 or 2] enables the camera to buffer/
transfer images by alarm signal.
Selecting [Motion Detection] enables the camera to buffer/
transfer images when the motion is detected.
4. Set the time, and click [Next>].
Note
The timer works by an internal clock. Set the date and time before using timer
buffer/transfer (see page 83).
• Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
• Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Description
Day of the week •
Check the box to enable the day. Uncheck the box to
disable it.
Active Time of
Trigger
To set a trigger time, check the time option and set a time
period. Check the [Always] option if you are not specifying
a time period.
•
5. Set the image settings, and click [Next>].
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
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Setting
Description
Image
Resolution
•
Image Quality
•
Select an image resolution (640 x 480, 320 x 240 (default)
or 160 x 120 pixels) for the buffer/transfer.
Select the image quality.
[Favor Clarity] optimizes for good quality.
[Standard] offers standard quality.
[Favor Motion] optimizes for enhanced motion.
[Mobile Phone] is for a transfer to a mobile phone.
Note
•
640 x 480 pixels cannot be set for a transfer to a mobile
phone.
6. Set the image buffer frequency, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Due to the network environment, object, the number of simultaneous
accesses, enabling IPsec or SD memory recording, the camera may not
record number of images that you set. In this case, set the image buffer
frequency longer.
Set Every [1 s], buffer [1] images for the SD memory recording.
Setting
Image Buffer
Frequency
Description
•
Select an image buffer frequency to buffer or transfer the
image. (1 image per hour—30 images per second)
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7. Select the transfer method, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you transfer images by E-mail or FTP, confirm that the default gateway
and DNS server addresses are assigned correctly (see page 54 or page
59).
Setting
Description
No Transfer, No •
Memory
Overwrite
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full, the
camera stops buffering.
No Transfer,
Memory
Overwrite
•
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full, the
camera deletes the old images, and continues to buffer the
image.
FTP
•
The camera transfers the image to an FTP server (see
page 107).
E-mail
•
The camera transfers the image by E-mail (see page 109).
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When you set [FTP] for Transfer Method
Select [FTP], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Description
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name (1—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
Port No.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 21.
Login ID*2
•
If your ISP requires a login ID, set it (0—63 characters).
Password*2
•
If your ISP requires a password, set it (0—63 characters).
Login
Timing
•
Select the login setting for the FTP server. If you set [One
Time] and the image buffer frequency value is set within 1
minute, the camera logs in to the server only once. This can
reduce transfer time.
Upload File
Name*1
•
Set a file name on the FTP server to receive the transferred
files. Enter 1—234 characters. Entering "\" creates directories
for a file. (E.g. NetworkCamera\image)
Server IP
Address or
Host
Name*1
•
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Setting
Description
Overwrite
Setting
•
Selecting [Overwrite File] overwrites the image on the server
with a newer image. Selecting [Save as New File with Time
Stamp] saves the image attaching time stamps on the file
name, and the images are not overwritten.
E.g. image20050101093020500.jpg
The underlined numbers mean "9h30min20s500ms on
January 1, 2005". The letter "s" is inserted after the day when
referring to a summer time zone.
Data
Transfer
Method
•
Select [Passive Mode] normally. If the transfer does not work,
select [Active Mode] and check the operation.
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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When you set [E-mail] for Transfer Method
Select [E-mail], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Note
•
The camera works only with an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server.
It does not work with mail servers like "Hotmail®" that use a web browser.
•
The date and time (24-h format) is automatically attached to the subject on the
E-mail. The file name is "image.jpg".
E.g. When the "camera" is entered on the subject:
"camera:20050101093020500".
The underlined numbers mean "9h30min20s500ms on January 1, 2005". The
letter "s" is inserted after the day when referring to a summer time zone.
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Setting
Description
SMTP Server IP •
Address or Host
Name*1
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and
3 periods such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name
(1—255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
Port No.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 25.
Reply E-mail
Address*2
•
Set the sender's E-mail address. We recommend you to
set the administrator's E-mail address.
Destination Email Address*2
1—3
•
Set the destination E-mail address (up to 3).
Subject*2
•
Enter a subject with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—44 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—22 characters for a 2-byte
character).
Text*2
•
Enter text with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—63 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—31 characters for a 2-byte
character). Note that [end-of-line] key is not available.
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Setting
How to
authenticate
Description
The authentication method can be selected:
[No authentication], [POP before SMTP authentication] or
[SMTP authentication].
POP server authentication may be required by your ISP. In
that case, set POP before SMTP authentication.
•
No authentication: No authentication when sending an email.
•
POP before SMTP authentication: Some SMTP servers
that send e-mails do not have an authentication feature.
Therefore, the camera uses the authentication of a POP
server that receives e-mails, before sending e-mails.
–
POP3 Server IP
Address or Host
Name*1:
If you set a server IP address, set
4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253".
Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not
available. Or set a host name (0—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
–
Port No.:
Enter a number (1—65535).
Usually set to 110.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (1—
63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (0—
63 characters).
•
SMTP authentication: Users are authenticated by user
name and password on the SMTP server. Your ISP must
support the SMTP authentication. The supported SMTP
authentications of the camera are the LOGIN and PLAIN
authentications.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(1—63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(0—63 characters).
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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8. Confirm the settings, and click [Save].
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
9. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
Note
•
If you click [Save] on the Trigger page, all buffered images on the SD memory
card are deleted.
•
If you are buffering images to the internal memory, the following operations also
delete all buffered images.
– Turning off or restarting the camera.
– Updating the camera.
– Resetting the camera to default.
– Saving the Date and Time page.
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4.3
Buffering or Transferring Images by Alarm
Signal
You can buffer the camera images, transfer to an FTP server or send E-mails using
alarm as a trigger.
The Trigger page allows you to enable image buffer/transfer by E-mail or FTP.
Note
•
If you are recording images to the SD memory card, refresh interval slows
down.
•
To buffer/transfer images by alarm signal, an alarm must be connected to the
external I/O (see page 170).
1. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
2. Click a No. to enable buffer/transfer.
3. Check [Enable Image Buffer/Transfer], select [Alarm 1 or 2] for the trigger,
select [Rising: GND to Open (High).] or [Falling: Open (High) to GND.] and
click [Next>].
•
•
•
Note
•
Click [Delete Buffered Images] to delete images already buffered.
Click [Save] to save the settings.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you click [Save], all buffered images on the SD memory card are
deleted.
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Setting
Description
Enable Image
Buffer/Transfer
•
Check the box to enable the buffer/transfer. Uncheck the
box to disable it.
Trigger
•
Selecting [Timer] enables the camera to buffer/transfer
images by timer.
Selecting [Alarm 1 or 2] enables the camera to buffer/
transfer images by alarm signal.
Selecting [Motion Detection] enables the camera to buffer/
transfer images when the motion is detected.
•
•
Alarm enable
condition
•
Select a method of detection for an alarm connected to the
External I/O terminal.
Select [Rising: GND to Open (High).] or [Falling: Open
(High) to GND.]. [Rising: GND to Open (High).] is the state
when GND pin and pin 1 or pin 2 is left open.
[Falling: Open (High) to GND.] is the state when GND pin
and pin 1 or pin 2 are short-circuited. (See page 170)
4. Set the time, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
The timer works by an internal clock. Set the date and time before using
timer buffer/transfer (see page 83).
Setting
Description
Day of the week •
Check the box to enable the day. Uncheck the box to
disable it.
Active Time of
Trigger
To set a trigger time, check the time option and set a time
period. Check the [Always] option if you are not specifying
a time period.
•
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5. Set the Lens Position When Triggered setting, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you enable the Lens Position When Triggered setting, buffer/transfer of
the post-trigger image starts after the camera turns to the specified
position.
Setting
Description
Lens Position
•
When Triggered
Set the direction to move the lens to the home position,
alarm position (see page 36) or Preset 1–20 (see page 37)
when an alarm signal is detected.
6. Set the image settings, and click [Next>].
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Image
Resolution
Description
•
Select an image resolution (640 x 480, 320 x 240 (default)
or 160 x 120 pixels) for the buffer/transfer.
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Setting
Image Quality
Description
•
Select the image quality.
[Favor Clarity] optimizes for good quality.
[Standard] offers standard quality.
[Favor Motion] optimizes for enhanced motion.
[Mobile Phone] is for a transfer to a mobile phone.
Note
•
640 x 480 pixels cannot be set for a transfer to a mobile
phone.
7. Set the image buffer frequency, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Due to the network environment, object, the number of simultaneous
accesses, enabling IPsec or SD memory recording, the camera may not
record number of images that you set. In this case, set the image buffer
frequency longer.
Set Every [1 s], buffer [1] images for the SD memory recording.
Setting
Enable Pretrigger Image
Buffer
Description
•
•
Check the box to enable the setting. The camera buffers or
transfers the image right before the alarm signal is
detected.
Set an interval, number of images to buffer and total
number. The number of buffered images may not match
the total number (see page 197) due to memory capacity,
image resolution, image quality or what object you view.
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Setting
Enable Posttrigger Image
Buffer
Description
•
•
Check the box to enable the setting. The camera buffers or
transfers the image right after the alarm signal is detected.
Set an interval, number of images to buffer and total
number. The number of buffered images may not match
the total number (see page 197) due to memory capacity,
image resolution, image quality or what object you view.
8. Select the transfer method, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you transfer images by E-mail or FTP, confirm that the default gateway
and DNS server addresses are assigned correctly (see page 54 or page
59).
Setting
Description
No Transfer, No •
Memory
Overwrite
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full, the
camera stops buffering.
No Transfer,
Memory
Overwrite
•
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full, the
camera deletes the old images, and continues to buffer the
image.
FTP
•
The camera transfers the image to an FTP server (see
page 118).
E-mail
•
The camera transfers the image by E-mail (see page 120).
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When you set [FTP] for Transfer Method
Select [FTP], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Description
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name (1—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 21.
•
If your ISP requires a login ID, set it (0—63 characters).
Password*2
•
If your ISP requires a password, set it (0—63 characters).
Login
Timing
•
Select the login setting for the FTP server. If you set [One
Time] and the image buffer frequency value is set within 1
minute, the camera logs in to the server only once. This can
reduce transfer time.
Upload File
Name*1
•
Set a file name on the FTP server to receive the transferred
files. Enter 1—234 characters. Entering "\" creates directories
for a file. (E.g. NetworkCamera\image)
Server IP
Address or
Host
Name*1
Port No.
Login
ID*2
•
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Setting
Description
Overwrite
Setting
•
Selecting [Overwrite File] overwrites the image on the server
with a newer image. Selecting [Save as New File with Time
Stamp] saves the image attaching time stamps on the file
name, and the images are not overwritten.
E.g. image20050101093020500.jpg
The underlined numbers mean “9h30min20s500ms on
January 1, 2005”. The letter “s” is inserted after the day when
referring to a summer time zone.
Data
Transfer
Method
•
Select [Passive Mode] normally. If the transfer does not work,
select [Active Mode] and check the operation.
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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When you set [E-mail] for Transfer Method
Select [E-mail], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Note
•
The camera works only with an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server.
It does not work with mail servers like "Hotmail" that use a web browser.
•
The date and time (24-h format) is automatically attached to the subject on the
E-mail. The file name is "image.jpg".
E.g. When the "camera" is entered on the subject:
"camera:20050101093020500".
The underlined numbers mean "9h30min20s500ms on January 1, 2005". The
letter "s" is inserted after the day when referring to a summer time zone.
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Setting
Description
SMTP Server IP •
Address or Host
Name*1
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and
3 periods such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name
(1—255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
Port No.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 25.
Reply E-mail
Address*2
•
Set the sender's E-mail address. We recommend you to
set the administrator's E-mail address.
Destination Email Address*2
1—3
•
Set the destination E-mail address (up to 3).
Subject*2
•
Enter a subject with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—44 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—22 characters for a 2-byte
character).
Text*2
•
Enter text with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—63 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—31 characters for a 2-byte
character). Note that [end-of-line] key is not available.
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Setting
How to
authenticate
Description
The authentication method can be selected:
[No authentication], [POP before SMTP authentication] or
[SMTP authentication].
POP server authentication may be required by your ISP. In
that case, set POP before SMTP authentication.
•
No authentication: No authentication when sending an email.
•
POP before SMTP authentication: Some SMTP servers
that send e-mails do not have an authentication feature.
Therefore, the camera uses the authentication of a POP
server that receives e-mails, before sending e-mails.
–
POP3 Server IP
Address or Host
Name*1:
If you set a server IP address, set
4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253".
Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not
available. Or set a host name (0—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
–
Port No.:
Enter a number (1—65535).
Usually set to 110.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (1—
63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (0—
63 characters).
•
SMTP authentication: Users are authenticated by user
name and password on the SMTP server. Your ISP must
support the SMTP authentication. The supported SMTP
authentications of the camera are the LOGIN and PLAIN
authentications.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(1—63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(0—63 characters).
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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9. After you confirm the settings and click [Next>], set E-mail notification and
click [Next>].
•
If you select [Enable], the E-mail Notification When Triggered page is
displayed. Enter the settings referring to page 121—122.
Setting
Description
Disable
•
The camera does not send an E-mail notification when
buffering or transferring images.
Enable
•
The camera sends an E-mail notification (up to 3
destinations) when buffering or transferring images.
10. Click [Save] after confirming the settings.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
11. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
Note
•
If you set a short interval when transferring images to a mobile phone, many Emails will be sent, which may lead to a large phone bill. Therefore, we
recommend you to set a long interval. 1 image per second frequency is
recommended.
•
Alarm transfer stops operating until after the camera finishes all transfers. For
example, if the camera transfers 3 images per minute and 6 images in total,
alarm detection will follow the pattern below.
120 seconds
1st
Detectable
2nd 3rd
4th
5th
Undetectable
6th
Detectable
An alarm signal is detected.
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•
If you are buffering images to the internal memory, the following operations also
delete all buffered images.
– Turning off or restarting the camera.
– Updating the camera.
– Resetting the camera to default.
– Saving the Date and Time page.
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4.4
Buffering or Transferring Images by Motion
Detection Signal
Camera has a Motion Detection feature that detects movement, such as people,
based on the preset threshold and sensitivity of Camera. You can buffer the
camera images, transfer to an FTP server or send E-mails using the Motion
Detection function as a trigger.
The Trigger page allows you to enable image buffer/transfer by E-mail or FTP.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
•
The level of motion detection depends on resolution, image quality, and
the object being viewed. Check the level by performing motion detection
recording. (see page 139).
Enabling Motion Detection delays the frame rate of the camera.
A change to light or wind conditions may detect motions accidentally.
Motion Detection may not work in dark areas.
Objects moving fast may not be detected.
The Motion Detection is disabled while zooming, panning and tilting.
1. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
2. Click a No. to enable Trigger.
3. Check [Enable Image Buffer/Transfer], select [Motion Detection] for the
trigger, and click [Next>].
•
Click [Delete Buffered Images] to delete images already buffered.
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•
•
Click [Save] to save the settings.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Note
•
If you click [Save], all buffered images on the SD memory card are
deleted.
Setting
Description
Enable Image
Buffer/Transfer
•
Check the box to enable the Trigger setting. Uncheck
the box to disable it.
Trigger
•
Selecting [Timer] enables the camera to buffer/transfer
images by timer.
Selecting [Alarm 1 or 2] enables the camera to buffer/
transfer images by alarm signal.
Selecting [Motion Detection] enables the camera to
buffer/transfer images when the motion is detected.
•
•
4. Set the time, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
The timer works by an internal clock. Set the date and time before using
timer buffer/transfer (see page 83).
Setting
Description
Day of the week
•
Check the box to enable the Trigger setting. Uncheck
the box to disable it.
Active Time of
Trigger
•
To set a trigger time, check the time option and set a
time period. Check the [Always] option if you are not
specifying a time period.
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5. Set the image settings, and click [Next>].
•
•
Note
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
If you enable the Lens Position When Triggered setting, buffer/transfer of
the post-trigger image starts after the camera turns to the specified
position.
Setting
Description
Lens Position When •
Triggered
Set the direction to move the lens to the home position,
alarm position (see page 36) or Preset 1–20 (see page
37) when motion is detected.
6. Set the image settings, and click [Next>].
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Image Resolution
Description
•
Select an image resolution (640 × 480, 320 × 240
(default) or 160 × 120 pixels) for the buffer/transfer.
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Setting
Image Quality
Description
•
Select the image quality.
[Favor Clarity] optimizes for good quality.
[Standard] offers standard quality.
[Favor Motion] optimizes for enhanced motion.
[Mobile Phone] is for a transfer to a mobile phone.
Note
•
640 × 480 pixels cannot be set for a transfer to a mobile
phone.
7. Set the image buffer frequency, and click [Next>].
fif
•
•
Note
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Due to the network environment, object, the number of simultaneous
access, enabling IPsec or SD memory recording, the camera may not
record number of images that you set. In this case, set the image buffer
frequency longer.
Set Every [1 s], buffer [1] images for the SD memory recording.
Setting
Enable Pre-trigger
Image Buffer
Description
•
•
Check the box to enable the setting. The camera
buffers or transfers the image right before the motion
detection signal is detected.
Set an interval, number of images to buffer and total
number. The number of buffered images may not
match the total number (see page 197) due to memory
capacity, image resolution, image quality or what object
you view.
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Setting
Description
Enable Post-trigger •
Image Buffer
•
Check the box to enable the setting. The camera
buffers or transfers the image right after the motion
detection signal is detected.
Set an interval, number of images to buffer and total
number. The number of buffered images may not
match the total number (see page 197) due to memory
capacity, image resolution, image quality or what object
you view.
8. Select the transfer method, and click [Next>].
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Note
•
If you transfer images by E-mail or FTP, confirm that the default gateway
and DNS server addresses are assigned correctly (see page 54 or page
59).
Setting
Description
No Transfer, No
Memory Overwrite
•
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full,
the camera stops buffering.
No Transfer,
Memory Overwrite
•
If the internal memory or the SD memory card is full,
the camera deletes the old images, and continues to
buffer the image.
FTP
•
The camera transfers the image to an FTP server (see
page 130).
E-mail
•
The camera transfers the image by E-mail (see
page 132).
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When you set [FTP] for Transfer Method
Select [FTP], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
Setting
Description
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name (1—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 21.
•
If your ISP requires a login ID, set it (0—63 characters).
Password*2
•
If your ISP requires a password, set it (0—63 characters).
Login
Timing
•
Select the login setting for the FTP server. If you set [One
Time] and the image buffer frequency value is set within 1
minute, the camera logs in to the server only once. This can
reduce transfer time.
Upload File
Name*1
•
Set a file name on the FTP server to receive the transferred
files. Enter 1—234 characters. Entering "\" creates directories
for a file. (E.g. NetworkCamera\image)
Server IP
Address or
Host
Name*1
Port No.
Login
ID*2
•
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Setting
Description
Overwrite
Setting
•
Selecting [Overwrite File] overwrites the image on the server
with a newer image. Selecting [Save as New File with Time
Stamp] saves the image attaching time stamps on the file
name, and the images are not overwritten.
E.g. image20050101093020500.jpg
The underlined numbers mean "9h30min20s500ms on
January 1, 2005". The letter "s" is inserted after the day when
referring to a summer time zone.
Data
Transfer
Method
•
Select [Passive Mode] normally. If the transfer does not work,
select [Active Mode] and check the operation.
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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When you set [E-mail] for Transfer Method
Select [E-mail], and click [Next>]. The following page is displayed.
•
•
Note
•
•
Clicking [<Back] takes you back to the previous page.
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Trigger page without saving
changes.
The camera works only with an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
server. It does not work with mail servers like "Hotmail" that use a web
browser.
The date and time (24-h format) is automatically attached to the subject
on the E-mail. The file name is "image.jpg".
E.g. When the "camera" is entered on the subject:
"camera:20050101093020500".
The underlined numbers mean "9h30min20s500ms on January 1, 2005".
The letter "s" is inserted after the day when referring to a summer time
zone.
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Setting
Description
SMTP Server IP •
Address or Host
Name*1
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and
3 periods such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name
(1—255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
Port No.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 25.
Reply E-mail
Address*2
•
Set the sender's E-mail address. We recommend you to
set the administrator's E-mail address.
Destination Email Address*2
1—3
•
Set the destination E-mail address (up to 3).
Subject*2
•
Enter a subject with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—44 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—22 characters for a 2-byte
character).
Text*2
•
Enter text with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—63 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—31 characters for a 2-byte
character). Note that [end-of-line] key is not available.
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Setting
How to
authenticate
Description
The authentication method can be selected:
[No authentication], [POP before SMTP authentication] or
[SMTP authentication].
POP server authentication may be required by your ISP. In
that case, set POP before SMTP authentication.
•
No authentication: No authentication when sending an email.
•
POP before SMTP authentication: Some SMTP servers
that send e-mails do not have an authentication feature.
Therefore, the camera uses the authentication of a POP
server that receives e-mails, before sending e-mails.
–
POP3 Server IP
Address or Host
Name*1:
If you set a server IP address, set
4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253".
Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not
available. Or set a host name (0—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
–
Port No.:
Enter a number (1—65535).
Usually set to 110.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (1—
63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (0—
63 characters).
•
SMTP authentication: Users are authenticated by user
name and password on the SMTP server. Your ISP must
support the SMTP authentication. The supported SMTP
authentications of the camera are the LOGIN and PLAIN
authentications.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(1—63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(0—63 characters).
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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9. After you confirm the settings and click [Next>], set E-mail notification and
click [Next>].
•
If you select [Enable], the E-mail Notification When Triggered page is
displayed. Enter the settings referring to page 133–134.
Setting
Description
Disable
•
The camera does not send an E-mail notification when
buffering or transferring images.
Enable
•
The camera sends an E-mail notification (up to 3
destinations) when buffering or transferring images.
10. Click [Save] after confirming the settings.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
11. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
Note
•
If you set a short interval when transferring images to a mobile phone, many Emails will be sent, which may lead to a large phone bill. Therefore, we
recommend you to set a long interval. 1 image per minute frequency is
recommended.
•
Motion Detection transfer stops operating until after the camera finishes all
transfers. For example, if the camera transfers 3 images per minute and 6
images in total, Motion Detection will follow the pattern below.
120 seconds
1st
Detectable
2nd 3rd
4th
5th
6th
Undetectable
Detectable
A Motion Detection signal is detected.
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•
If you are buffering images to the internal memory, the following operations also
delete all buffered images.
– Turning off or restarting the camera.
– Updating the camera.
– Resetting the camera to default.
– Saving the Date and Time page.
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4.5
Transferring Camera Images in Transport
Mode
The camera can transfer images in transport mode by E-mail or FTP.
Transport Mode
E-mail or FTP
Server
Encrypted
Prepare the following required items:
Item
E-mail or FTP
Server
Camera
Supported Feature
Operating
System
: IPsec supported
ISP Service
: A service for multiple static global
addresses (A global address must be set
up to the server.)
ISP Service
: A service for multiple static global
addresses (A global address must be set
up to the camera.)
See page 66 and set up the E-mail or FTP server.
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4.6
Transferring Camera Images in Tunnel Mode
The camera can transfer images in tunnel mode by E-mail or FTP.
E-mail or FTP
Server
VPN Router
LAN WAN
Not Encrypted
Tunnel Mode
Encrypted
Prepare the following required items:
Item
VPN Router
Camera
Supported Feature
ISP Service
(in IPv4)
: A service for static global addresses (A
global address must be set up to the WAN
side.)
ISP Service
(in IPv6)
: An "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over
IPv4 Tunneling" service
ISP Service
(in IPv4)
: A service for multiple static global
addresses (A global address must be set
up to the camera.)
ISP Service
(in IPv6)
: An "IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack" or "IPv6 over
IPv4 Tunneling" service
See page 69 and set up the E-mail or FTP server.
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4.7
Setting the Motion Detection
The Motion Detection page allows you to adjust the sensitivity of Motion Detection.
Threshold: If the threshold is set low, this function detects nearly all movements.
Sensitivity: If you set sensitivity high, the amplitude of the motion detection bar gets
jumpy.
1. Click [Motion Detection] on the Setup page.
2. Click the Motion Detection bar in Threshold to set the threshold level.
3. Click the Motion Detection bar in Sensitivity to set the sensitivity level.
4. Click [Save] to save the settings.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
5. Click [Go to Motion Detection page].
•
The Motion Detection page is displayed.
Setting
Description
Threshold
•
Adjusts the threshold for Motion Detection. As the
value is set lower, the sensor will detect motions of
smaller changes.
Sensitivity
•
Adjusts the sensitivity for Motion Detection. As the
value is set higher, the amplitude of the Motion
Detection bar will become greater.
Note
•
The Motion Detection is disabled while zooming, panning and tilting.
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Preview
Display the current threshold and detection level.
• The threshold is the line between the green and red bar.
• The detection level is the line between the dark red and light red color.
• The Threshold and Sensitivity settings are enabled after saving, and
reflected in preview.
• The Click to Center feature is available (see page 27).
Threshold
Note
•
No responsibility will be taken by our company with respect to
consequences resulting from the use of the Motion Detection feature. The
Motion Detection feature is not suitable and not recommended for uses
that require a high reliability constantly such as surveillance, etc.
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What is “threshold”?
The threshold is the minimum value for the camera to detect motions on the
image during the motion detection buffering. Setting the threshold lower allows
subtler changes to be detected. Setting the threshold higher allows only bigger
changes that might occupy half the image to be detected.
What is “sensitivity”?
The sensitivity is the level of brightness detected as motion by the camera. A
high sensitivity setting enables the camera to detect slight brightness changes.
Lower the sensitivity to make the camera detect only big brightness changes.
The Threshold is
displayed.
Note
•
Note
•
Only motion above the
Threshold is detected.
Lowering the threshold and increasing sensitivity enables the camera to
detect slight movements easily.
Motion Detection is activated by changes in the outline of objects and
brightness changes. This feature is designed to decrease false detections
due to overall brightness changes caused by sunlight. But in some cases,
the camera may falsely detect rapid brightness changes by artificial light
such as fluorescent light. In other cases, the motion detection function on
the Network Camera Recorder may detect objects and brightness
changes. The way to detect motion differs between the camera and the
Network Camera Recorder (customer-provided).
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•
Additionally, if the object's color is similar to the color of the background,
motion can be hard to detect.
The detection level depends on the object, resolution, or image quality.
Confirm the condition on the Preview window following the procedure
above.
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4.8
Setting Alarm Log Notification
An alarm log sent once a day at a specified time can be checked. To enable Alarm
Log, set Alarm 1, Alarm 2 or Motion Detection for Trigger Setting and check
[Enable].
1. Click [Alarm Log] on the Setup page.
•
When selecting Alarm1, Alarm2 or Motion Detection in Trigger page, the
Alarm log window is displayed.
2. Set each parameter.
3. Click [Save].
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
4. Click [Go to Alarm Log page].
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Note
•
•
When the settings are saved, the number of new alarm logs becomes 0.
The camera works only with an SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
server. It does not work with mail servers like "Hotmail" that use a web
browser.
Setting
Description
A setup of
operation
•
Alarm log operation can be set here.
Time
•
Set the day of the week and time to send alarm logs via Email.
SMTP Server IP •
Address or Host
Name*1
•
If you set a server IP address, set 4 numbers (0—255) and
3 periods such as "192.168.0.253". Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not available. Or set a host name
(1—255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
Port No.
•
Enter the number (1—65535). Usually set to 25.
Reply E-mail
Address*2
•
Set the sender's E-mail address. We recommend you to
set the administrator's E-mail address.
Destination Email Address*2
1—3
•
Set the destination E-mail address (up to 3).
Subject*2
•
Enter a subject with ASCII characters (see page 196) or
characters from other languages (0—44 characters for a
1-byte character and 0—22 characters for a 2-byte
character).
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Setting
How to
authenticate
Description
The authentication method can be selected:
[No authentication], [POP before SMTP authentication] or
[SMTP authentication].
POP server authentication may be required by your ISP. In
that case, set POP before SMTP authentication.
•
No authentication: No authentication when sending an email.
•
POP before SMTP authentication: Some SMTP servers
that send e-mails do not have an authentication feature.
Therefore, the camera uses the authentication of a POP
server that receives e-mails, before sending e-mails.
–
POP3 Server IP
Address or Host
Name*1:
If you set a server IP address, set
4 numbers (0—255) and 3
periods, such as "192.168.0.253".
Note that "0.0.0.0" and
"255.255.255.255" are not
available. Or set a host name (0—
255 characters).
You can set an IPv6 address.
–
Port No.:
Enter a number (1—65535).
Usually set to 110.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (1—
63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to a POP3 server, set it (0—
63 characters).
•
SMTP authentication: Users are authenticated by user
name and password on the SMTP server. Your ISP must
support the SMTP authentication. The supported SMTP
authentications of the camera are the LOGIN and PLAIN
authentications.
–
Login ID*2:
If your ISP requires a login ID to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(1—63 characters).
–
Password*2:
If your ISP requires a password to
log in to an SMTP server, set it
(0—63 characters).
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<] and [>] are not available.
*2 Note that ["] is not available.
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4.9
Using the SD Memory Card
The SD memory card (customer-provided) can store image data and replay them.
Follow the instructions below to insert or remove the SD memory card.
Note
•
•
•
The following illustrations are of BB-HCM381.
Format the SD memory card (see page 148) before you record the image
data.
The files recorded on the SD memory card can be viewed on your PC.
Download the viewer software from the Panasonic Network Camera
support website at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/
and install it on your PC.
1. Remove the cover by pushing down slightly on the notches on the cover and
pulling the cover toward you.
2. Insert the SD memory card as shown. The label should face you.
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3. Push the SD memory card with your finger until it clicks. When removing the
card, push the card lightly to release it, then remove it from the slot.
Note
•
•
•
Sound cannot be recorded.
Ensure that recording has been stopped, before removing the SD memory
card. If the SD memory card is removed while recording, the image file will
most likely become unreadable. In this case, format the SD memory card
again. (Files will be deleted.)
You cannot insert or remove the SD memory card while the camera is
mounted on a ceiling.
4. Replace the cover firmly.
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4.9.1
Format the SD Memory Card
Before you record the camera image, you need to format the SD memory card.
Note
•
You can confirm the SD memory card capacity on the Status page.
1. Insert the SD memory card.
2. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
3. Click [Format].
4. Click [OK] on the confirmation window.
•
Format is complete.
5. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
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4.9.2
Start the SD Memory Recording
The SD memory recording can be started on the Trigger page.
Note
•
•
•
You can confirm the SD memory card capacity on the Status page.
If the camera is restarted, the SD memory recording starts again.
If you remove the SD memory card and insert it again, the SD memory
recording starts again.
1. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
2. Click [SD video recording start].
3. "SD video recording was started." is displayed.
•
The SD memory recording is stopped.
4. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
Note
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
Ensure that recording has stopped before removing the SD memory card.
Do not remove the SD memory card, nor restart or turn off the camera
while recording images on the card. Doing so can cause a decrease in SD
memory card capacity, data corruption or camera malfunction.
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4.9.3
Stop the SD Memory Recording
After you stop the SD memory recording, remove the SD memory card.
Note
•
•
You can confirm the SD memory card capacity on the Status page.
Images will be recorded to the SD memory card again by the following
operations.
– If the camera is restarted, the SD memory recording starts again.
– If you remove the SD memory card and insert it again, the SD memory
recording starts again.
1. Click [Trigger] on the Setup page.
2. Click [SD video recording stop].
3. Click [OK] on the confirmation window.
•
The SD memory recording is stopped.
4. Click [Go to Trigger page].
•
Note
•
The Trigger page is displayed.
Ensure that recording has stopped before removing the SD memory card.
Do not remove the SD memory card, nor restart or turn off the camera
while recording images on the card. Doing so can cause a decrease in SD
memory card capacity, data corruption or camera malfunction.
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5
Using Other Features
5.1
Changing Initial Settings on the Single
Camera page or the Multi-Camera page
The Image Display page allows you to change the initial settings (display settings
when a user accesses the camera) such as image resolution, image quality and
the refresh interval. Also, you can set whether to display a time stamp on the
image, select an initial language from one of the supported languages, and set
whether to display the banner for the administrator or general users.
1. Click [Image Display] at the top of the page.
2. Set each parameter.
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
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Setting
Description
Image Resolution
•
Image Quality
•
Select the image quality.
[Favor Clarity] optimizes for good quality.
[Standard] offers standard quality.
[Favor Motion] optimizes for enhanced motion.
Refresh Interval
•
Select a refresh interval.
Motion, 3 s, 5 s, 10 s, 30 s, and 60 s
Time stamp setting •
Select the image resolution.
640 x 480 pixels (Only for the Single Camera page)
320 x 240 pixels (default)
160 x 120 pixels (Only for the Multi-Camera page)
You can display a time stamp on the upper left side of
the image. Select from [Enable] or [Disable].
Note
•
If you enable this feature, the time is also stamped on
the buffered image.
•
Set the AM/PM format and 24H format on the Date
and Time page.
Language
•
Select the initial language from English, Japanese,
French, German, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese,
Russian or Korean. The selected language is displayed
as the initial language on the Top, Single Camera,
Multi-Camera and Buffered Image pages. If you select
English, Japanese or Simplified Chinese, all pages can
be changed. But if you select another language, the
Setup, Maintenance and Support pages are displayed
in English.
Banner Display
When checked to [Enable], the setting will be enabled.
When unchecked, the setting will be disabled.
Note
•
When the Banner Display is enabled, the camera
accesses the Image URL every time the Single
Camera page is displayed. The intermittent and
continuous switching of the Single page burden the
PC that stores the image linked with the URL.
•
If the image URL linked with an image stored in a PC
that requires an authentication is set, the
authentication window will be displayed when
displaying the Single Camera page.
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Setting
•
Banner user
Description
•
All users
: The banner can be displayed for
all users.
Administrator only
: The banner can be displayed for
the administrator.
General user only
: The banner can be displayed for
the general user.
•
Image URL*1
•
Enter the image URL you want to display as a banner.
When [Enable] is checked, enter the image URL. (1—
127 characters)
•
Link URL*1
•
Enter the target URL you want to display when clicking
the banner. (0—127 characters)
*1 Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<], and [>] are not available.
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
4. Click [Go to Image Display page].
•
The Image Display page is displayed.
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5.2
Configuring Multiple Cameras
The Multi-Camera Setup page allows you to configure camera IP addresses and
camera names to view multiple images on the Multi-Camera page. These
configurations are required to use the Multi-Camera page. Up to 12 cameras can
be configured. The Selfcamera is registered at No. 1 by default.
1. Click [Multi-Camera] on the Setup page.
2. Click Add.
Note
•
•
If you click the camera number, the modification page is displayed. The
camera settings can be modified or deleted here.
If you configured multiple cameras, you can change the camera number.
Select the number, and click [Move].
3. Set each parameter.
•
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
By clicking [Clicking this link, enters this camera’s settings.], the settings
of the Selfcamera are entered automatically. "--" is displayed as the Port
No, and the model no. is displayed as the Camera Name.
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Setting
Description
Display
•
Check this box to enable the camera.
IP Address*1 or
Host Name*2
•
Set an IP address or host name to enable the camera.
Port No.
•
Set a port number (1—65535).
•
This camera name is displayed only on the Multi-Camera
page.
Camera
Name*3
*1 In IPv4, set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3 periods, such as "192.168.0.253". Note that
"0.0.0.0" and "255.255.255.255" are not available.
In IPv6, set the host name.
*2 Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page 196). Note that [Space], ["], ['], [#],
[&], [%], [=], [+], [?], [<] and [>] are not available.
Enter 1—255 characters.
*3 Enter ASCII characters (see page 196) or characters from other languages (1—15
characters for a 1-byte character and 1—7 characters for a 2-byte character). Note that
[Space], ["], ['], [#], [&], [%], [=], [+], [?], [:], [<], and [>] are not available.
Note
•
•
If your camera will only be accessed on your local network, use each
camera's local IP address and port number.
If you intend to access your camera from the Internet, you must use each
camera's host name (global IP address) and the port number.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
The Multi-Camera Setup page is displayed.
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5.3
Specifying Operation Time
The Operation Time page allows you to limit the time that the camera is in use. The
camera image turns to a gray screen outside operation time.
Note
•
Your privacy may be compromised if the time period is set incorrectly. Confirm
the time period after the setup.
•
If you access the camera as an administrator, you can view the image outside
the time period.
1. Click [Operation Time] on the Setup page.
2. Click a No. to set the operation time.
Note
•
If No. 1—7 are disabled, the camera can always be operated.
3. Check [Enable], set the time, and click [Save].
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the previous page without saving
changes.
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Setting
Enable
Description
•
Check the box to enable the setting. Uncheck the box to
disable it.
Day of the week •
Check the box to enable the day. Uncheck the box to
disable it.
Operation Time •
To set an operation time, check the time option and set a
time period. Check the [Always] option if you are not
specifying a time period.
4. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
The Operation Time page is displayed.
About Operation Time
In the operation time settings, the enabled settings take priority over the disabled
settings. Therefore, if Monday or Tuesday is disabled in a setting but enabled in
other settings, the camera can be operated on both Monday and Tuesday.
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5.4
Controlling External Output
The external output terminal allows you to control the external devices. You can
also change the initial status of the output signal.
1. Click [External Output] on the Setup page.
2. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
•
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
Setting
Description
External Device •
Control Output
If you check [Open], the internal transistor turns off and the
external output terminal gets high impedance (open
collector) when the camera powers up. If you check [Short
to GND], the internal transistor turns on and is electrically
short-circuited to GND pin when the camera powers up.
The external output terminal gets low impedance (0 V).
Button name
modification
You can change the output control button names on the
operation bar. You can name the button depending on your
external devices.
•
3. Click [Go to External Output Control page].
•
The External Output Control page is displayed.
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5.5
Changing the Indicator Display
The Indicator Control page allows you to select an operation for the indicator. There
are three options.
•
Always on
•
Turn the indicator on when the camera is accessed.
•
Always off
1. Click [Indicator Control] on the Setup page.
2. Select an option.
•
•
•
•
Note
•
To turn indicator always on, check [Turn indicator on when camera is on]
(see page 14 [BB-HCM381] or page 16 [BB-HCE481]).
To turn indicator when the camera is accessed, check [Turn indicator on
during camera access].
To turn indicator always off, check [Never turn indicator on].
Clicking [Cancel] cancels your settings without saving changes.
Selecting [Never turn indicator on] keeps indicator always off even if the
camera is connected to a network.
3. Click [Save] when finished.
•
•
The new settings are saved.
When finished, "Success!" is displayed.
4. Click [Go to Indicator Control page].
•
The Indicator Control page is displayed.
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6
Camera Maintenance
6.1
Maintenance page
Maintenance
(1)
Status
(2)
Session Status
(3)
Alarm Log
(4)
Restart
(5)
Update Firmware
(6)
Save Settings
(7)
Load Settings
(8)
Reset to Factory Default
Maintenance
(1)
Status
Displays the camera settings and status (see page
161).
(2)
Session Status
Displays information on access to the camera (see
page 161).
(3)
Alarm Log
Displays alarm logs (see page 162).
(4)
Restart
Restarts the camera (see page 163).
(5)
Update Firmware
Updates the camera firmware (see page 164).
(6)
Save Settings
Creates a configuration file (see page 166).
(7)
Load Settings
Loads settings from a configuration file (see page
167).
(8)
Reset to Factory
Default
Resets the camera to its default settings (see page
168).
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6.1.1
Confirming the Status
The Status page allows you to check the status of the camera. The status
information provides support for troubleshooting.
Clicking [Status] displays the following page.
Note
•
6.1.2
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website at http://
panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/ for details about status
information.
Confirming Session Status
Displays the information of clients connected to the camera.
Clicking [Session Status] displays the following page.
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6.1.3
Confirming Alarm Logs
Displays up to 50 Alarm Logs in chronological order. Old logs will be overwritten by
new ones.
1. Click [Alarm Log] on the Maintenance page.
2. Alarm Logs are displayed.
Note
•
If the camera is restarted, all alarm logs are deleted.
Item
Description
New Alarm Logs
•
Displays the number of new alarm logs.
Date
•
Displays the date and time when the Alarm 1, 2, or
Motion Detection were activated.
Sensor Type
•
Displays the Trigger Setting (Alarm 1, 2, or Motion
Detection) on the Trigger page.
Signal Type
•
Displays the Alarm enable condition on the Trigger
page when selected Alarm 1 or 2.
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6.1.4
Restarting the Camera
It is possible to restart the camera by turning the camera off and turning the camera
on again. The camera can also be restarted on the Restart page.
Note
•
When the camera is restarted, the buffered images will be deleted. The
buffered images on the SD memory card are not deleted.
•
If the camera is restarted, all alarm logs are deleted.
1. Click [Restart] on the Maintenance page.
2. Click [Restart].
•
Restarting takes about 1 minute. The Top page is displayed when finished.
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6.1.5
Updating the Camera Firmware
The Update Firmware page allows you to update the camera’s firmware. If new
firmware is available, install it into the camera.
Note
•
Do not turn off the power during a firmware update.
•
All buffered images on the internal memory will be deleted after the firmware
update. The buffered images on the SD memory card are not deleted.
•
The firmware version is displayed on the Top page and the Status page.
•
If the camera's firmware is updated, all alarm logs are deleted.
1. Download the new firmware from the Panasonic Network Camera support
website at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/, and save it
on your PC.
2. Click [Update Firmware] on the Maintenance page.
3. Click [Update Firmware].
•
The camera restarts.
•
The Update page is displayed after about 1 minute.
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4. Click [Browse...].
•
A dialog box is displayed to select the firmware.
5. Select the firmware (including directory information) and click [Open].
•
The firmware file name is displayed.
6. Confirm the firmware file name, and click [Update Firmware].
•
•
Clicking [Cancel] takes you back to the Top page without updating the
firmware.
The following message is displayed during the update.
•
The camera restarts automatically after the update.
•
The Top page is displayed after about 1 minute.
7. Confirm that the version number on the Top page is updated.
Updated version
•
If the version number is updated, the firmware update is complete.
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6.1.6
Creating the Configuration File
A configuration file can be saved on your PC. You can load camera settings from
the configuration file on the Load Settings page (see page 167).
Note
•
The saved image contains private information. It is important to prevent leaks
of private information.
1. Click [Save Settings] on the Maintenance page.
2. Click [Save].
3. Click [Save] on the File Download dialog box.
4. Specify the location, and click [Save] on the Save As dialog box.
•
Note
•
•
The configuration file is saved at that location.
The file extension (.dat) cannot be changed. If you change it, the settings
cannot be loaded.
If you try to updating the camera, create a configuration file after updating
the firmware. If there is a firmware version difference between the camera
that you create a configuration file from and the camera that you try to load
settings to, the settings may not have been loaded to the camera.
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6.1.7
Loading Settings from a Configuration File
Camera settings can be loaded from a configuration file. If you reset the camera to
factory default, the camera can load previously used settings from a configuration
file.
Note
•
The configuration file also saves network settings. When settings are loaded,
the network settings are also loaded.
•
If you try to update the camera, create a configuration file after updating the
firmware. If there is a firmware version difference between the camera that you
create a configuration file from and the camera that you try to load settings to,
the settings may not have been loaded to the camera.
1. Click [Load Settings] on the Maintenance page.
2. Click [Browse...].
3. Select the configuration file on the Choose file dialog box, and click [Open].
•
The file name is displayed in the data field.
4. Confirm the file name, and click [Load].
5. Click [Restart].
•
The camera restarts, and the Top page is displayed.
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6.1.8
Resetting the Camera to Factory Default
All camera settings are reset to factory default when the Execute button is clicked.
1. Click [Reset to Factory Default] on the Maintenance page.
2. Click [Execute].
•
•
•
Note
•
•
•
•
•
•
The indicator blinks orange, and then turns off for 10 seconds.
All camera settings (user name, password, IP address, subnet mask etc.)
are reset to factory default.
If the camera is reset to factory default, the network connection mode
changes to [Automatic Setup]. Reconfigure the camera referring to
Getting Started.
The internal clock will not be reset, but the time format will return to AM/
PM mode. To change it to 24-h format, see page 83.
See page 173—page 183 for the default settings.
Pressing the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button resets the camera to
factory default (see page 172).
All buffered images on the internal memory are deleted when resetting the
camera to factory default. The buffered images on the SD memory card
are not deleted.
If the camera is restarted, all alarm logs are deleted.
The process of resetting to default takes about 1 minute. During that time,
do not turn the power off.
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6.2
Support page
(1)
(2)
(3)
Support
(1)
Help
Displays the Help page (see below).
(2)
Product
Information
Displays the product information website (see below).
(3)
Support
Information
Displays the support information website (see below).
6.2.1
The Help page
The Help page displays explanations for each of the following features.
Clicking [Help] on the Support page displays the following page.
6.2.2
Product Information
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website for product information.
Clicking [Product Information] on the Support page displays the URL, click it.
Note
•
6.2.3
If the camera is not connected to the Internet, the website cannot be displayed.
Support Information
See the Panasonic Network Camera support website for support information.
Clicking [Support Information] on the Support page displays the URL, click it.
Note
•
If the camera is not connected to the Internet, the website cannot be displayed.
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6.3
External I/O
If you connect external devices such as sensors to the External I/O, and image
buffer/transfer by alarm signal is set, the camera image is transferred by alarm
detection.
Explanation of the External I/O
Pin
Features
G
GND pin
1
External Sensor Input 1
•
Use it by opening or GND short-circuit.
G
GND pin
2
External Sensor Input 2
•
Use it by opening or GND short-circuit.
3
External Device Control Output
•
You can control this on the External Output page (see page
158).
•
It is an open collector circuit, and the maximum drawing-in
current is the same as pin 4. Do not exceed the voltage of DC
power output terminal (pin 4).
4
DC Power Output Terminal
•
10.5—13.5 V DC
•
A maximum of 100 mA load drive is possible.
Note
•
The External I/O (Input/Output) are independent. Output terminal is controlled
only by External Output Control page on page 158.
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Circuit Diagram Example
Camera
Relay
Light
12 V
4
3
2
G
Door Sensor 2 (Alarm 2)
Door Sensor 1 (Alarm 1)
1
G
DC10.5 V–13.5 V
CAUTION
•
The external I/O is not capable of connecting directly to devices that
require large amounts of current. In some cases, a custom interface
circuit (customer-provided) may have to be used. Serious damage to the
camera may result if a device that exceeds its electrical capability is
connected to the external I/O (see page 170).
•
Low voltage/current circuits and high voltage/current circuits are used in
the camera circuit. All wiring should be performed by a qualified
electrician. Incorrect wiring could damage the camera and cause a fatal
electric shock.
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7
Other Information
7.1
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Button
There is a FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button on the bottom of the camera.
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button
(Press the button with a pointed object)
BB-HCM381
BB-HCE481
Pressing the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button resets the camera to factory
default. If you lose your user name and password, use this button to reset the
camera.
•
To reset the camera, press the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button for 1
second when the camera is on.
•
The indicator blinks orange, and then turns off for 5 seconds.
Note
•
The internal clock will not be reset, but the time format will return to AM/PM
mode. To change it to 24-h format, see page 83.
•
See page 173 for the default settings.
•
All buffered images on the internal memory are deleted when resetting the
camera to factory default. The buffered images on the SD memory card are not
deleted.
•
If the camera is reset to default, all alarm logs are deleted.
•
The process of resetting to default takes about 1 minute. During that time, do
not turn the power off.
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7.2
Default Setting List
Basic
Items
Network
(IPv4)
Default
Required
Automatic
Setup
-
Allow Access from the
Internet (Automatic
Setup only)
No
-
-
Network Configuration
from Setup Program
(Static/DHCP only)
Enable
-
-
80
-
20, 21, 25 and
110 is not
available*2
Connection Mode
Port No.
(Static/DHCP only)
Note
Automatic
Setup/Static/
DHCP
IP address
(Static only)
192.168.0.
253
When
setting
Static
*1
Subnet Mask
(Static only)
255.255.
255.0
When
setting
Static
*1
Host Name
(DHCP only)
[Blank]
When
setting
DHCP (Not
always
required)
Default Gateway
(Static/DHCP only)
[Blank]
When using
Gateway
*1
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
(Static/DHCP only)
[Blank]
When using
DNS
*1
Unlimited
-
0.1, 0.2, 0.3,
0.5, 1 or
Unlimited
Auto
Negotiation
-
Auto Negotiation,
100 Mbps/Full Duplex,
100 Mbps/Half Duplex,
10 Mbps/Full Duplex,
10 Mbps/Half Duplex
Max. Bandwidth Usage
(Mbps)
Connection Type
0—63
characters*4
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Items
Network
(IPv6)
Default
Required
Automatic
Setup
-
Allow Access from the
Internet (Automatic
Setup only)
No
-
-
Port No.
(Static only)
80
-
20, 21, 25 and
110 is not
available*2
IP address
(Static only)
[Blank]
When
setting
Static
*1
Default Gateway (Static
only)
[Blank]
When using
Gateway
*1
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
[Blank]
When using
DNS
*1
Unlimited
-
0.1, 0.2, 0.3,
0.5, 1 or
Unlimited
Auto
Negotiation
-
Auto Negotiation,
100 Mbps/Full Duplex,
100 Mbps/Half Duplex,
10 Mbps/Full Duplex,
10 Mbps/Half Duplex
Connection Mode
Max. Bandwidth Usage
(Mbps)
Connection Type
IPsec
Use
Automatic
Setup/Static
No check
-
-
Standard
(AES, 3DES,
DES, NULL)
-
Standard/High
Transport
[Blank]
-
-
Tunnel
[Blank]
-
-
Auto Port Forwarding
Disable
-
-
Display Shortcut Icon in
My Network Places
Enable
-
-
Encoding strength
UPnP
Note
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Items
Dynamic DynamicDNS
DNS
Default
Required
Note
Disable
-
Viewnetcam.com
/User-specified
DynamicDNS/
Disable
DynamicDNS Server
URL
[Blank]
Updating time
10 min
User Name
[Blank]
0—63
characters
Password
[Blank]
0—63
characters
Date and Time Setting
Time
Automatic Time
Adjustment
NTP Server Address or
Host Name
Time Zone
When using 1—255
User-specified characters*8
DynamicDNS
At the time of
starting/10,
30(min), 1, 3,
6, 12, 24(h)
AM/PM
-
No check
When using
NTP
[Blank]
AM/PM/24 H
1—255
characters*4
GMT 00:00
-
-
No check
-
-
Start Day
Mar,
Last Sunday,
1 AM
-
-
End Day
Oct,
Last Sunday,
1 AM
-
-
Adjust Clock for
Daylight Saving Time
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Items
Camera
Default
Required
Camera Name
Network
Camera
White Balance
Auto
-
Auto/Fixed
Indoor/Fixed
Fluorescent
(White)/Fixed
Fluorescent
(Daylight)/
Fixed Outdoor/
Hold
AC Power Source
Frequency
50 Hz
-
50 Hz, 60 Hz
Automatic Focus
Range
Macro
-
Macro, Normal
Mounting Type
On the table
-
On the table,
On the ceiling
Pan Range (Minimum)
-175 degrees
-
-175 — +175
degrees,
current
0 degrees
-
-175 — +175
degrees,
current
+175 degrees
-
-175 — +175
degrees,
current
Selected
-
-
(Minimum)
-120 degrees
-
-120 — 0
degrees,
current
(Home Position)
-90 degrees
-
-120 — 0
degrees,
current
0 degrees
-
-120 — 0
degrees,
current
(Home Position)
(Maximum)
Tilt Range (On the
table)
(Maximum)
Required
Note
1—15
characters*6
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Items
Camera
Default
Required
Note
Not-selected
-
-
0 degrees
-
0 — +90
degrees,
current
(Home Position)
+90 degrees
-
0 — +90
degrees,
current
(Maximum)
+90 degrees
-
0 — +90
degrees,
current
Return to Specified
Position (Time)
Do not move
-
Do not move,
10, 20, 30
(sec), 1, 5, 10,
30 (min), 1 h
(Specified Position)
Home
Position
-
Home Position/
Alarm No. 1, 2/
registered
preset number
and preset
name
Color Night View
Disable
-
-
480
-
Output
Enable
-
Volume
Standard
-
Minimum/
Standard/
Maximum
1 min
-
1, 2, 3, 5, 10,
20, 30, 60
(min)
Enable
-
Camera Microphone
Sensitivity
Standard
-
Mute during Pan/Tilt
Enable
-
Tilt Range (On the
ceiling)
(Minimum)
Vertical Resolution (for
640 x 480 mode)
Audio
PC Audio Input
Timeout
Input
480, 240
-
Minimum/
Standard/
Maximum
-
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Account
Items
Security:
Administrator
General User
Default
Required
Note
Do not
permit
access from
guest users
-
-
User Name
[Blank]
When setting
administrator
6—15
characters*3
Password
[Blank]
When setting
administrator
6—15
characters*3
Retype
Password
[Blank]
When setting
administrator
6—15
characters*3
User ID List
[Blank]
-
User Name
[Blank]
When setting
general user
6—15
characters*3
Password
[Blank]
When setting
general user
6—15
characters*3
Retype
Password
[Blank]
When setting
general user
6—15
characters*3
Not
permitted
-
Not permitted,
Unlimited, 10,
30 (s), 1, 5, 10,
30, 60 (min)
3s
-
3, 5, 10, 30, 60
(s)
No checks
-
-
General
Authentication
Limit time of
Continuous
Motion JPEG
Refresh
Interval
Access Level
-
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Buffer/Transfer
Items
Trigger
Default
Required
Note
Status
Off
-
-
Trigger
Timer
-
Active Time of Trigger
Always
-
-
Image Setting
(Image Resolution)
320 x 240
-
160 x 120, 320 x
240, 640 x 480
Image Quality
Standard
-
Favor Clarity,
Standard, Favor
Motion, Mobile
phone
Image Buffer
Frequency
Every 1 s,
buffer 1
image.
-
1 image per
hour—30
images per
second
No Transfer,
No Memory
Overwrite
-
Transfer Method
Notify
Threshold
Motion
Detection
Sensitivity
Disable
When
selecting
Alarm1,
Alarm2 or
Motion
Detection
Timer/Alarm1/
Alarm2/Motion
Detection
-
-
Third blocks
from the left
-
-
Center
-
-
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Items
Alarm
Log
A setup of operation
Active Time
Default
Required
Note
Disable
When
selecting
Alarm1,
Alarm2 or
Motion
Detection
in Trigger.
Disable/
Enable(When
there is no newarrival alarm
log:Disable)/
Enable(When
there is no newarrival alarm
log:Enable)
Checked
AM/PM, 1–12
(h), 0/10/20/30/
40/50 (min)
PM 12 h 0 min
-
[Blank]
-
Port No. (SMTP)
25
*2
Port No. (POP)
110
*2
Alarm Log
-
Time
Notice setup of an
alarm log
Subject
How to authenticate
No
authentication
-
No
authentication/
POP before
SMTP
authentication/
SMTP
authentication
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Advanced
Items
Image
Display
Default
Required
Note
Single Camera
Image Resolution
320 x 240
-
320 x 240 or 640
x 480
Single Camera
Image Quality
Standard
-
Favor Clarity,
Standard or
Favor Motion
Single Camera
Refresh Interval
Motion
-
3, 5, 10, 30, 60
(s) or Motion
Multi-Camera
Image Resolution
320 x 240
-
160 x 120 or 320
x 240
Multi-Camera
Image Quality
Standard
-
Favor Clarity,
Standard or
Favor Motion
Multi-Camera
Refresh Interval
Motion
When
reducing
traffic
3, 5, 10, 30, 60
(s) or Motion
Time stamp setting
Disable
-
Enable/Disable
Language
English
-
English/
Japanese/
French/German/
Italian/Spanish/
Simplified
Chinese/
Russian/Korean
Banner Display
Enable
No check
When
displaying the
banner
-
Banner user
All users
-
All users/
Administrator
only/General
user only
Image URL
[Blank]
-
0—127
characters*4
Link URL
[Blank]
-
1—127
characters*4
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Items
MultiCamera
Multi-Camera
Display
IP Address or Host
Name
Port No.
Note
No.1
Selfcamera
-
-
Checked
When setting
Multi-Camera
-
selfcamera
When setting IP address*1
Multi-Camera
Host name*5 is
1—255
characters
--
When setting 20, 21, 25 and
Multi-Camera 110 are not
available*2
BB-HCM381
or
BB-HCE481
Change Camera
Order
From No.1 To
No.1
-
Always
-
Open
-
Open/Short
-
-
Turn indicator
on when
camera is on
-
-
External Device
Control Output
Button name
modification
Indicator
Control
Required
Camera Name
Operation Operation Time
Time
External
Output
Default
Indicator Control
When setting 1—15
Multi-Camera characters*7
No.1–No.12
Open/Short to
GND
*1
In IPv4, set 4 numbers (0—255) and 3 periods, by such as "192.168.0.253". Note that
"0.0.0.0" and "255.255.255.255" are not available.
In IPv6, set 8 hexadecimal number divided by ":". Consecutive 0s can be abbreviated as "::".
(E.g. 2001:2:3:4::5)
*2
Set the number of 1—65535.
*3
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196). Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<], [>] and [:] are not
available.
*4
Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page 196). Note that [Space], ["], ['], [&], [<],
and [>] are not available.
*5
Enter ASCII characters for the host name (see page 196). Note that [Space], ["], ['], [#], [&],
[%], [=], [+], [?], [<], and [>] are not available.
*6
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196) or characters from other languages (1—15 characters
for a 1-byte character and 1—7 characters for a 2-byte character). Note that [Space], ["], ['],
[&], [<], and [>] are not available.
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*7
Enter ASCII characters (see page 196) or characters from other languages (1—15 characters
for a 1-byte character and 1—7 characters for a 2-byte character). Note that [Space], ["], ['],
[#], [&], [%], [=], [+], [?], [<], and [>] are not available.
*8
["] and [:] are not available.
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7.3
Cleaning
Only clean the camera after it has been turned off. If the lens is dusty, image quality
may decrease. After taking away the sand or the dust on it, wipe it with lens
cleaning paper.
Lens cleaning paper
Lens
Note
•
Do not use alcohol, polishing powder, cleanser, benzine, thinner, wax,
petroleum products or hot water to wipe the camera. Also avoid glass cleaner,
pesticide or hair spray. They may cause change in the shape or color of the
camera.
•
Do not directly touch the lens. Fingerprints may cause an unclear image.
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7.4
Setting an IP Address on Your PC
Your PC's IP address can be assigned by following the procedures below.
1. Display the TCP/IP Properties window.
•
The steps are different depending on your OS.
OS
Steps
Windows XP
[Start] ( [Settings]) [Control Panel] [Network and
Internet Connections] [Network Connections] [Local Area
Connection] in use [Properties] Select Internet Protocol
[TCP/IP] [Properties] [Use the following IP address]
Windows 2000
[Start] [Settings] [Control Panel] [Network and Dial-up
Connections] [Local Area Connection] in use
[Properties] Select Internet Protocol [TCP/IP]
[Properties] [Use the following IP address]
Windows Me,
Windows 98SE
[Start] [Settings] [Control Panel] [Network] Select
[TCP/IP] with adaptor in use [Properties] [IP Address]
[Specify an IP address]
•
When using Windows XP and Windows 2000, log in as an administrator
to access the TCP/IP Properties window.
2. Enter the IP address and subnet mask.
3. Click [OK].
•
In Windows Me or Windows 98SE, the PC needs to be restarted to enable
the settings.
Local IP Address
A local IP address is a network ID that is not used on the Internet. Local IP
Addresses are classified into Class A, Class B and Class C, as shown below. Set
an IP address within the range specified in the class corresponding to your local
network.
Class
Subnet Mask
Class A
255. 0. 0. 0
Local IP Address
10. 0. 0. 1
—
10. 255. 255. 254
Class B
255. 255. 0. 0
172. 16. 0. 1
—
172. 31. 255. 254
Class C
255. 255. 255. 0
192. 168. 0. 1
—
192. 168. 0. 254
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7.5
Using Setup Program
The Setup Program can be used for the following purposes.
•
Finding the IP address and port number of the camera connected to your
network.
•
Setting up the camera automatically.
•
Setting up the camera name manually. Also, setting up to a Static or a DHCP
setting.
•
Disabling IPsec.
•
Displaying the Setup page.
Finding the camera
1. Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your PC.
•
If the Panasonic Network Camera Setup window does not appear, click
"setup.exe" on the CD-ROM.
2. Click [Camera Setup].
Displays version information about
this program.
Sets up the camera.
Displays the camera manuals.
If your PC does not have Adobe®
Acrobat® Reader®, install it from
the Adobe Reader website.
Installs the Network Camera
Recorder Single Camera Version.
Closes the Setup Program.
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•
If the following dialog box is displayed, click [Unblock].
•
You can find the camera IP address and port number by looking up the
MAC address of your camera.
IPv4 Information
MAC
Address
Port
No.
IP
Address
Camera
Status
Camera
List window
Displays IPv4 or
IPv6 information.
IPv6 Information
Note
•
•
When trying to find multiple cameras, the MAC address on the bottom of
the camera verifies which camera you are setting up.
See page 189 for details about setup from the MAC address.
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Automatic Setup (Local or Internet Access) or Manual Setup
1. Click [Execute] on the Camera List window shown on page 187.
2. Click the corresponding button.
Sets up the camera to view on
the LAN.
Sets up the Internet access to
the camera.
Manually sets up the camera.
Disables IPsec. If disabled, the
button is displayed gray.
Displays the Setup page (see
page 51).
Note
•
See Getting Started for local and Internet access setup.
Manual Setup window
Set up each parameter referring to page 56—page 58.
• If more than 20 minutes have passed since the camera was turned on, the
camera cannot be set up from the Setup Program. If the camera cannot
be set up, restart the camera.
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•
3.
If "Camera setup completed" is displayed, click [Close] to finish the
Manual Setup.
Close all Setup windows.
Setting up the Camera Using the MAC Address on the Setup
Program
The Setup Program may not list any cameras due to your firewall or antivirus
software settings on your PC. If you cannot disable your firewall or antivirus
software, you can set up the camera using the camera MAC address as shown
below.
1. Enter the camera MAC address in the data field, and click [Set up camera].
Note
•
The camera's MAC address can be found on the sticker affixed to the
bottom of the camera (see page 15 for BB-HCM381 or page 17 for
BB-HCE481).
2. After confirming the network settings, click [OK].
•
After about a minute, the Security: Administrator page is displayed.
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3. Enter the user name and password, and click [Save].
4. The Enter Network Password window is displayed. Enter the user name and
password that you set above, and click [OK].
5. When the Single Camera page is displayed, the setup is complete.
•
•
If a Security Warning window is displayed, click [Yes] (see page 25).
See page 26 for Security Warning window when using Microsoft Windows
XP Service Pack 2.
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Note
•
•
•
See page 23 for the Single Camera page.
If you will enable Internet access to the camera, follow the procedures
below.
When you are using a router that supports UPnP™
1. Enable the Auto Port Forwarding feature on the UPnP page (see page
73)
2. Register with the DynamicDNS service on the DynamicDNS page
(see page 76)
3. Confirm that the camera can be accessed from the Internet (see page
•
19). If you cannot access the camera, see page 10 of the
Troubleshooting on the CD-ROM.
When you are using a router that does not support UPnP™
Follow the procedures shown on page 74.
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7.6
Setting Your PC
7.6.1
Setting Proxy Server Settings on a Web Browser
If a proxy server is not used, these settings are not required. If you are using a
proxy server, perform the proxy server settings below.
•
To communicate with a camera installed within a LAN, changing the web
browser settings is recommended.
•
The firewall of a proxy server in a corporate environment may prevent access
to the camera. Consult your network administrator.
Note
•
A proxy server is used to protect your network when connected to the Internet.
•
The video and audio features cannot be used when the camera is accessed
through a proxy server requiring authentication.
•
If the camera is accessed via a proxy server, problems may occur. Consult your
network administrator before installing the camera.
•
If the camera is accessed via a proxy server, the refresh interval may be
increased.
How to Set Proxy Server Settings
1. Start up Internet Explorer. (The example is Internet Explorer 6.0.)
2. Click [Tools] [Internet Options...].
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3. Click the [Connections] tab, and click [LAN Settings].
4. See if the Use a proxy server for your LAN check box is checked or not. If
checked, click [Advanced...].
See if this check
box is checked or not.
If checked,
click [Advanced...].
•
If not checked, click [Cancel]. Proxy settings are not required.
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5. Enter the camera’s IP address into the Do not use proxy server for addresses
beginning with data field. (Example: 192.168.0.253)
6. Click [OK].
Note
•
When accessing the camera via a proxy server, the Talk Button is gray.
The Talk feature cannot be used.
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7.6.2
Setting UPnP™ to Display Camera Shortcut in My
Network Places
To display the camera shortcut in the My Network Places folder, a Windows
component should be added. Enable UPnP™ (Universal Plug and Play) following
the steps below.
OS
Steps
Windows XP
[Start] ( [Settings]) [Control Panel] [Add or Remove
Programs] [Add/Remove Windows Components] Select
[Networking Services] [Details] Check [UPnP User
Interface] [OK] [Next] Complete
Windows XP
Service Pack 2
[Start] ( [Settings]) [Control Panel] [Add or Remove
Programs] [Add/Remove Windows Components] Select
[Networking Services] [Details] Check [Internet Gateway
Device Discovery and Control Client] and [UPnP User
Interface] [OK] Complete
Windows Me
[Start] [Settings] [Control Panel] [Add/Remove
Programs] [Windows Setup] tab Select [Communication]
[Details] Check [Universal Plug and Play] [OK] [OK]
[Restart] Complete
Note
•
7.6.3
This feature is only available when using Windows XP or Windows Me.
Setting the Internet Temporary File Setting on the
Web Browser
An old image may be displayed. In this case, change the web browser settings
following the steps below.
[Tools] [Internet Options] [General] tab [Settings] in the Temporary
Internet files Check [Every visit to the page] in the Check for newer versions of
stored pages [OK] [OK] Complete
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7.7
ASCII Character Table
ASCII Character Table
(space)
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
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7.8
File Size and Number of Buffered Images
The following table shows the relationship between the file size of the image and
the maximum number of buffered images.
Note
•
The following file sizes are shown at their maximum value.
Resolution
640 x 480
(pixels)
320 x 240
(pixels)
160 x 120
(pixels)
*1
Items
Capture
Favor
Clarity
Standard
File Size About 60 KB
About
50 KB
About
33 KB
About
20 KB
-
Buffered
Images
About
40
About
60
About
100
-
File Size About 30 KB
About
25 KB
About
16 KB
About
8 KB
About
8 KB
Buffered
Images
About
80
About
125
About
250
About
250
File Size About 10 KB
About
7 KB
About
5 KB
About
3 KB
About
3 KB
Buffered
Images
About
290
About
400
About
675
About
675
-
-
-
Favor
Mobile
Motion Phone*1
The values shown are the file sizes when transferring to a mobile phone.
The maximum number of Buffer/Transfer images
If the timer, alarm or motion detection trigger is enabled, the internal memory
capacity is divided into the number of the triggers [maximum 5 triggers].
E.g.
At 320 x 240 pixels resolution and standard quality, the camera can buffer about
125 frames. If each timer, alarm and motion detection trigger is enabled, the
internal memory is divided into 3 sections. In this case, each trigger can buffer
about 40 frames.
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7.9
Number of Images on the SD Memory Card
The camera supports the Panasonic SD memory card.
•
2 GB: RP-SDK02G
•
1 GB: RP-SDK01G
•
512 MB: RP-SDK512
•
256 MB: RP-SDH256
•
128 MB: RP-SD128B
•
64 MB: RP-SD064B
Resolution/
Image Quality
2 GB
1 GB
512 MB
160
x
120
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 620,000
About 300,000
About 157,000
Standard
About 370,000
About 180,000
About 94,000
Favor Clarity
About 260,000
About 130,000
About 67,000
320
x
240
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 230,000
About 110,000
About 58,000
Standard
About 115,000
About 58,000
About 29,000
Favor Clarity
About 70,000
About 37,000
About 18,000
640
x
480
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 90,000
About 47,000
About 23,000
Standard
About 55,000
About 28,000
About 14,000
Favor Clarity
About 35,000
About 18,000
About 9,000
256 MB
128 MB
64 MB
Resolution/
Image Quality
160
x
120
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 78,000
About 39,000
About 19,000
Standard
About 47,000
About 23,000
About 11,000
Favor Clarity
About 33,000
About 16,000
About 8,000
320
x
240
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 29,000
About 14,000
About 7,000
Standard
About 14,000
About 7,000
About 3,000
Favor Clarity
About 9,000
About 4,000
About 2,000
640
x
480
(pixels)
Favor Motion
About 11,000
About 5,000
About 2,000
Standard
About 7,000
About 3,000
About 1,000
Favor Clarity
About 4,000
About 2,000
About 1,000
Unit: frame
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7.10 Specifications
Network Camera
Items
Specifications
Zoom
12 steps, 42x (21x Optical Zoom, 2x Digital Zoom)
Pan/Tilt Angle
Pan: -175° to +175°,
Tilt: -120° to 0° (On the table)/
0° to +90° (On the ceiling)
Sensor Type
1/4-inch CCD (Interlace type), 380,000 pixels
(Effective Pixels)
Illumination
3—100,000 lx (0.09—100,000 lx when in color night
view mode)
White Balance
Auto/Manual/Hold
Focus
Auto/Manual (40 steps)
Minimum Object Distance
Wide: 5 mm
Tele: 1 m
Aperture (F No.)
Wide: F1.6—Tele: F3.6
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Tele: 2.6° (Optical)/1.3° (Digital), Wide: 51°
Exposure
Auto
Other Specifications
Items
Specifications
Video Compression
JPEG (3 Levels)
Video Resolution
640 x 480, 320 x 240 (default), 160 x 120
Buffered Image
About 125 frames (320 x 240) with time display
(When SD memory card is not inserted.)
Audio Communication
2-way Half Duplex
Audio Bandwidth
300 Hz—3.4 KHz
Audio Play Method
Play with ActiveX
Input Encoding Method
Encoding with ActiveX
Audio Input*2
3.5 mm Mini Jack
Audio Output*2
3.5 mm Stereo Mini Jack (output is mono), Line
Level
[For Only BB-HCE481]
Analog Composite (NTSC)
*1
Video Output*3
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Items
Specifications
Frame rate*4
Max. 12 frames/second (640 x 480)
Max. 30 frames/second (320 x 240 or 160 x 120)
Supported Protocols
IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack
•
IPv4:
TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP,
ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnPTM, IPsec
•
IPv6:
TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6,
POP3, NDP, NTP, IPsec
IPsec Feature
ESP Encryption, ESP Authentication
Transport mode/Tunnel mode
IKE (Internet Key Exchange)
IKE (Internet Key
Exchange)
Pre-Shared Key
Cipher Algorithm
DES-CBC, 3DES-CBC, AES-CBC
Message-Digest Algorithm HMAC-MD5, HMAC-SHA-1
Message Transfer
Condition
Alarm, Timer or Motion Detection
Image Transfer Method
SMTP*5, FTP
Interface
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet RJ-45 connector x
1
Indicator Display
Power/Network Communication/Camera operation/
Ethernet link
External I/O
External Sensor Input x 2
External Sensor Output x 1
SD Memory Card Slot
Full Size
Dimension (HWD)
140 mm x 123 mm x 123 mm
Weight
BB-HCM381: 640
(Only the unit)
BB-HCE481: 650
(Only the unit)
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Items
Specifications
Power Supply
BB-HCM381:
AC adaptor: Input 100—240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Output 12 V DC, 1 A
Consumption: About 12 W
BB-HCE481:
PoE: 48 V IEEE 802.3af-compliant Power over
Ethernet
Consumption: About 11 W
Mounting Angle
Available between 15° based on level line for
mounting both on the table and on the ceiling.
Temperature
Operation: 0 °C to +40 °C
Storage: 0 °C to +50 °C
Humidity
Operation: 20 %—80 % (No Condensation)
Storage: 20 %—80 % (No Condensation)
*1 The maximum number of frames changes depending on the image quality and what
object you buffer.
*2 Use only the included Audio Cable or Audio/Video Cable when connecting an external
microphone or speaker.
*3 Use only the included Audio/Video Cable when connecting a TV.
The camera uses the NTSC system for its video output signals. Use an NTSC-compatible
TV.
*4 Frame rate may slow down depending on the network environment, PC performance,
image quality, SD memory recording, using IPsec or what object you view.
*5 POP before SMTP authentication and SMTP authentication (PLAIN and LOGIN) are
supported. SMTP authentication (CRAM-MD5) is not supported.
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Index
A
H
Abbreviations 4
ActiveX Controls 25
Administrator/General Users/Guest Users 97
Alarm Image Buffer/Transfer 113
Alarm Log 143, 162
Alarm Position 36
ASCII Character Table 196
Audio page 92
Audio terminal 15
Audio/Video terminal 17
Automatic Focus Range 87
Help page 169
Hole for Ceiling Plate A 15, 17
Home Position 36
B
Buffered Image page 44
C
Camera Access 19
Camera page 86
Capture Image Button 28
Cleaning 184
Click to Center 27
D
Date and Time page 83
DC IN jack 15
Default Setting List 173
DynamicDNS 76, 81
E
Ethernet (LAN) port 15
Explanation of the External I/O 170
External I/O 15, 17, 170
External Output page 158
F
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button 15,
17, 172
Focus 34
G
General User page 99
I
Image Display page 151
Indicator Control page 159
IPsec 63
IPv6 Domain Name Service 21
L
Lens 14, 16, 184
Listen 40
Load Settings page 167
Login 98
M
MAC address 15, 17
Maintenance page 160
Mobile Phone 47, 50
Motion Detection 125, 139
Multi-Camera page 42
Multi-Camera Setup page 154
N
Network (IPv4) page 54
Network (IPv6) page 59
O
Operation Bar 29, 30
Operation Time page 156
P
Pan/Tilt Range 31, 90
PoE IN port 17
Preset Button 37
Product Information page 169
R
Reset to Factory Default page 168
Restart page 163
S
Save Settings page 166
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Security: Administrator page 94
Serial Number 15, 17
Session Status 161
Setup page 51
Setup Program 186
Single Camera page 23
Specifications 199
Status page 161
Support Information page 169
Support page 169
T
Talk 40
Timer Image Buffer/Transfer 103
Top page 20
Trademarks 4
U
Update Firmware page 164
UPnP page 73
User-specified DynamicDNS 78
V
Vertical Resolution 89
Viewnetcam.com Service 76
Z
Zooming In and Out 32
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
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