User Manual - Telenet Users
Wireless/Wired Network IP Camera
(For PC View)
Night Vision & Remote Operation
User Manual
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Thank you for buying our IP camera
Wanscam AJ Series IP Camera products are designed and equipped for local and
remote network video surveillance system, including wired IP bullet camera, wireless IP
bullet camera, IP IR dome camera, IP IR waterproof camera, IP Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera etc.
We adopt high performance chip to ensure high quality media processor which processes
audio and video collection, compression and transmission. Standard M-JPEG
compression format ensures clear and streaming video performance. It enables users to
view live video via IE6.0, IE7.0, IE8.0, Firefox, Google browser or other standard browser.
Wanscam AJ series IP Camera products are applicable for big, medium-sized and
small enterprises, chain store, factory, home and all kinds of spots where remote network
video transmission and control supposed to be installed, they are easy to be installed and
operated. Before the installation of the IP camera, please check if your product
accessories in the package are complete
Packing List
Untie the pack and check the items contained against the following list:
●IP Camera X1
●Warranty Card X1
●DC Power Supply X1
●CD X1
●Certificate of Quality X1
●Mounting bracket X1
NOTE: Please contact us immediately if anything damaged or short of contents.
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Table of CONTENTS
1. Product Introduction ...........................................................................................3
1.1. Safety Introduction .........................................................................................3
1.2. Product Specifications................................................................................. ....3
1.3. System Requirements........................................................................................3
1.4. Product Views……………..............................................………….................4
1.4.1 Front View................ ......................................................................................4
1.4.2 Interface View.................................................................................................5
1.5. Hardware Installation........................................................................................5
1.6. Software Installation..................................... ....................................................6
2. Software Operation...............................................................................................6
2.1. Search Tool Software................................................. ......................................6
2.1.1. Search The IP address of the Camera.............................................................6
2.1.2. Configuration of the Network............................ ............................................7
3. Real-Time Video Demonstration................................... ......................................9
3.1. Camera Login.............................................................. .................. ...................9
3.2. View via IE Browser.........................................................................................10
3.3. View via Safari, Firefox, Google Browser. .................. ...................................13
3.4. Main Menu interface Introduction....... ............................................................14
3.5. Administer Setting Instruction......................... ................................................15
3.5.1. Multi-Device Settings....................................................................................16
3.5.2. Basic Network Settings.............. ...................................................................17
3.5.3. Wireless Settings.......................................................... .................................17
3.5.4. Dynamic DNS Settings...................................................................................18
3.5.4.1. DDNS Setting .............................................................................................18
3.5.4.2. Port Forwarding Settings......... ...................................................................20
3.5.4.3. DDNS Register........ .................. ................................................................23
3.5.5. Email and FTP Service Settings....................... .............................................28
3.5.6. Alarm Service Settings............................. .....................................................29
3.5.7. Reset/Firmware Upgrade Settings............... ..................................................29
3.5.8. Record&Capture Path.......................... ..........................................................30
3.5.9. Reset/Firm Ware Upgrade...............................................................................30
3.5.9.1.Restore Factory Settings................................................................................31
3.5.9.2. Reboot Equipment........................................................................................31
4. Warranty................................................................................................................31
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1. Product Introduction
1.1 Safety Instructions
(1). Use the proper power source.
Do not use this product with a power source that supplies more than the specified Voltage
(100-240V AC).
(2). Never insert anything metallic into the camera.
Inserting metal object into the camera can be a source of dangerous electric shock.
(3). Do not operate in wet or dusty environment.
Avoid places like a damp basement or dusty hallway.
(4). Do not attempt to disassemble the camera.
You may be subjected to severe electrical shock if you attempt to take apart the camera
while the camera is connected to its power source. If there are any unusual sounds or
smells coming form the camera, unplug it immediately and contact Customer Service.
(5). Handle the camera carefully
Dropping the camera on any hard surface may cause a malfunction. If the camera does not
work properly due to physical damage, please contact Customer Service for repair or
exchange.
(6). Apply to FCC and CE Rule
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC and CE Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1: This device may not cause harmful interference.
2: This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user
user’’s authority to operate the equipment. This equipment
complies with FCC and CE radiation exposure limits set forth for uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20
cm between the radiator & your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
1.2. Product Specifications
*- Adopt high Performance, strong function media processor 32Bit RSIC
*- High sensor CMOS
*-Adopt optimized MJPEG video compression algorithm, realize high-definition images
transmission in narrow bandwidth;
*-Maximum support 15 users viewing at the same time, no limit for users if using forwarder
Server function;
*- Built in Web Server, convenient for users to use standard browse to realize the
real time monitoring and setting administration;
3
/n wireless networking;
*-Support WIFI
WIFI::802
802..11 b/g
b/g/n
*-Support remote system update;
*-Support DDNS analysis, support LAN & Internet (ADSL,Cable Modem)
*-Support variety of network protocol: TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, PPPoE, Dynamic DNS,
DNS Client, SNTP, BOOTP, DHCP, FTP, SNMP, WIFI/802. 11b/g
*-Parts of modes products support one/ two way audio, talkback;
*-Support motion detection alarm function (area & sensitivity Configurable);
*-Support image snapshot
*-Abnormal automatic recovery function, auto reconnection available when network
Interruption occurred.
*-Dynamic alarm function, alarm time-schedule configurable.
3. System Requirements
1.
1.3
4. Product Views
1.
1.4
1.4.1 Front View
1.
4.2 In
terface View
1.4
Interface
Figure 1.1
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Figure 1.
1.2
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1: Audio Out , 2: Audio In
3: Ethernet interface: RJ-45 interface. Power Supply Light: constant on after power up
Network light: constant sparkle after power up data transmission.
4: Antenna:
5: Power input interface: connect direct current 5V Power
1.5 Hardware Installation
Follow the steps below to set up your camera hardware. Make sure to follow each step
carefully to ensure that the camera operates properly
1. Install the Wi-Fi antenna (For wireless model) .
2. Plug the power adaptor into camera
3. Plug the network cable into camera, the other side to the router/switch
4. It takes approx 30 seconds to boot up the camera, then you will find the IP address from
Search Tool
“Search
Tool”” (Figure: 1.8)
5. When the power on and network cable connected, the green led of the real panel will
keep on, The yellow led will keep flash.
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Figure 1.
1.3
1.6 Software Installation
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Figure 1.
1.4
Open the CD Install the follow software:
”—“
Next
”—“
Install
”—“
Finish
”.
1. ActiveX: Click “OCX setup
setup”—“
”—“Next
Next”—“
”—“Install
Install”—“
”—“Finish
Finish”
2. Search Tool: Open the CD, click
,The Search Tool will run
automatically.( No need to install. You can copy this software to your desktop.)
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Figure 1.
1.5
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2. Software operation
2.1 Search Tool Software
2.1.1 Search the IP address of the camera
camera.
When the device has been mounted properly, you can double click the Icon
“
” run this IP address search tool.
Figure 2.1
Note: The software searches IP Servers automatically over LAN.
There are 2 cases:
1. No IP Cameras found within LAN. After about 1 minute search, the Equipments List
Field not show the IP address
address..
2. IP Cameras have been installed within LAN. All the IP Cameras will be listed and the
total number is displayed in the Equipments list field as shown in Figure 2.1
Note
Note:
1. Current Computer indicates the Computer’s IP Address information.
2. Equipment information indicates the IP camera’s IP Address information.
”, “Gateway
”, “DNS Server
” is not as
3. If you find that the camera
camera’’s “Subnet Mask
Mask”
Gateway”
Server”
some as your current computer
computer’’s. You need try to change the camra
camra’’s IP address.
”, “DNS Server
” is the same as your router
Make sure the “Subnet Mask
Mask””, “Gateway
Gateway”
Server”
router’’s or
your current computer
computer’’s.
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4. If you don
don’’t know how to configure your camera
camera’’s IP address. You can click
“ Update
Update”” button. The Search Tool software can help you configure a usable IP camera
automatically.
2.1.2 Configuration of the Network
Once your camera
camera’’s IP address
address’’ Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS Server is the same as your
PC or router, you need configure the camera
camera’’s Network parameter manually.
IP address: Fill in the IP address assigned and make sure it is in the same subnet as the
Gateway
Gateway, and the subnet should be the same as your computer or router. (i.e. the first three
sections are the same)
Subnet Mask: The default subnet mask of the equipment is: 255.255.255.0. You can find the
subnet mask from your PC or router.
Gateway: Make sure it is in the same subnet with PC’s IP address .Here gateway is the LAN IP
of your router.
Primary DNS: IP address of IPS network provider. You can also set it as the same as the
Gateway.
NOTE
NOTE: You can find out the Subnet Mask
Mask, Gateway
Gateway, Primary DNS of your PC from the
“Search Tool” software.
Http Port: LAN port assigned for the equipment, default is 99. You can change the port number
to any one you want such as : 98,211,9999 etc.
3: Real-time Video Demonstration.
3.1. Camera Login
Login::
You can access the camera through IP Camera Tool or IE, Firefox, Safari, Google
Chrome or other standard browser directly.
1. Double click the IP address of the IP Camera listed (Figure 2.1). The default
browser you use will run automatically and come to the camera login interface.
(Figure 3.1)
2. To access the camera by IE Browser directly, just type the camera’s IP address, for
example, if the camera’s IP address is 192.168.1.99:99:
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Figure 3.1
Default username: admin
Password: no password.
Input the correct user name and password, the Sign In interface will pop-up.
There are three models to login (figure 3.2)..
Figure 3.2
(1) ActiveX Mode (For IE Browser): available in IE6.0 or above explorer
(2) “RTSP Stream Mode”: available in Firefox, Safari, and Google browser.
(3) “No Plug-In Mode”: available in smart phone browser.
(4) SD card video playback online
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3.2. View via IE Browser.
Choose Active Mode (For IE Browser)
Browser),, and sign in.
The first time login the camera, maybe get ActiveX prompt as the picture below
below,, please
download the Ocx(or run
in CD) and install first then choose Run Add-on
Add-on,,
refresh and login the camera again, then will see live video, details as below:
Figure 3.3
After Download Ocx-Setup (oPlayer Software), Click and install it, untill finished.
Figure 3.4
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Figure 3.3 Windows XP system
Figure 3.4 Win7 System
Note: If there is still no live video after run ActiveX, please try to enable the ActiveX
options of IE security settings, please do the follow steps:
1. Close the firewall of your computer.
” browser > “Tool
” > “Internet Options
” > “Security
”>
2. Change the ActiveX settings, “IE
IE”
Tool”
Options”
Security”
”, all the ActiveX options set to be
“Custom Level
Level”” > “ActiveX control and Plug-ins
Plug-ins”
“Enable
Enable””: Especially:
Enable: Download unsigned ActiveX controls
Enable: Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe
Enable: Run ActiveX controls and plu-ins
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Figure 3.5
Figure 3.6
” menu->
“Internet Explorer
”, choose “Internet
In Addition
Addition:: you can also click “start
start”
menu->“
Explorer”
attributes “ to enter, or via “Control Panel
” ->
“Internet Explorer
”, enter to Security setting.
Panel”
->“
Explorer”
3. If there is still no image, please close your anti-virus software, and then try step 1 & 2
again.
4. If you allowed the Active X running, But still could not see live video, Only a Red
Cross
in the center of the video, And the device status light change to yellow
color , not green please change another port number to try, Don
Don’’t use port 80, usd other
port such as99, 199 etc.
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Figure 3.7
NOTE
NOTE: Make sure that the firewall or anti-virus software doesn
doesn’’t block the software or
ActiveX. If you couldn
couldn’’t see live video, please close your firewall or anti-virus software,
and try again.
3.3. View via Safari, Firefox, Google Browser
Choose Server Push Mode (For Safari, Firefox, Google Browser)
Browser),, and sign in
Server Push Mode doesn
doesn’’t support ActiveX, so some functions are not available, such
The speed control bar, Zoom etc.),
if you want to use
As Record
Record,, Audio
Audio,, Talk
Talk,, Speaker,
Speaker,The
etc.),if
these functions, please use IE Browser.
The Control Interface in this mode is as bellow:
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3.4. Main Menu interface introduction
Take the “Active Mode(For IE Browser)
Browser)”” For example:
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Figure 3.8
The Pan/Tilt Feature only work when
the cameras have this Pan/Tilt function.
This option enables log detection. After the online user clicks this button, a log is
entered into the camera
camera’’s Log Data documenting the IP address of users who have
accessed the IP camera. This Option enables alarm detections too.
This button make the camera Vertical cruise (for the Pan/Tilt Cams).
This button make the camera Level cruise (for the Pan/Tilt Cams).
This button flips the image vertically.
This button flips the image horizontally.
This button for turn on and turn off the IR LED Light.
Control the speed of the Pan/tilt. Only work for the Pan/tilt Cams.
This button for setting the Preset of the camera. Only work for Pan/tilt
Cams
This setting changes the color of the OSD lettering.
This setting changes the image resolution.
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This setting changes the image frequency.
This setting changes the image brightness.
This setting changes the image contrast.
This option resets all main menu options to factory default.
This option opens the camera
camera’’s recording functionality menu.
This option takes a snapshot of the current screen and saves the snapshot to the
PC
PC’’s Hard Drive.
This option enables User-to Camera audio. If the online user
This option enables Camera-to-User audio. If the online user has speakers connected
and configured to their PC, clicking this option will allow them to hear audio from the
location of the camera.
This button opens the IP camera
camera’’s Backend Menu
These options enable single view, quad screen view, or 9 screen view:
This function serves no purpose unless you have more than one camera connected and
configured to your interface.
* Please refer to section 8.1.1 Multi-Device Settings*
Open and close the infrared function.
IR On,
IR OFF
3.5. Administer Setting Instruction
When login as Administrator, you can enter the IP Camera for Administrator.
Administrator supports all the settings and operations of the camera; you can set and
control it freely There are some special functions only for administrator as below:
Alias setting : You can set your favorite device aliases.
Date&Time set : seting the date and time.
Uer settings : Can be set up to 8 users. On this page you can set up accounts of the user name,
password, as well as in their packet (administrator, operator, visitor).
� Visitor : In this mode, you can only visit.
� Operator :You can set the direction of the lens device, set the video screen’s brightness,
contrast and other parameter.
� Administrator : You can set the device advanced configuration.
UPnP set :If you want internet access IPCAM, to ensure that the state is successful UPnP.
Device Firmware Upgrade: The system firmware update the device firmware and application of
Restore factory settings : When there is not a response when the error occurred, you can
restore the factory settings to resolve the device.
I rebooted the device : rebooted the device.
Back: Return to monitor mode
3.5.1 Multi-Device Settings
�
Add a local area network equipment
In the multi-device configuration page, you can see all the equipment inside the LAN.
The first device is the default device. You can add more devices listed in the list of
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equipment. Embedded applications, up to 4 devices at the same time-line. Click the
” in the
“second road equipment
equipment”” and double-click “Current list of devices in the LAN
LAN”
device entry name, host address, Http port will automatically be filled, require the user to
” Repeat this process you can
fill in the correct account name and password, click “Add.
Add.”
” button.
continue to add devices. Finally do not forget to click on the “Settings
Settings”
Figure 3.9
Figure 3.10
3.5.2 Network Settings
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Figure 3.11
This sector is for DHCP and IP configuration
configuration,, port forwarding is needed, If you
choose to set IP address
address,,please fill in the relative IP address
address,, subnet mask, gateway, DNS
server, Http port;
3.5.3 Wireless Settings
1. Make sure the router is a wireless router.
2. Make sure the Wi-Fi antenna installed.
3. Make sure whether there is encryption of the WLAN of the router, if there is encryption,
keep the key.
”>”Scan
”, please scan 2times,
4. Login the camera, click
>“Wireless Lan Settings
Settings”
Scan”
then you will find the WLAN from the list, choose the one you use.
”, if there is encryption, please input the key,
5. If there is no encryption, just click “Submit
Submit”
then click “Submit
Submit””.
6. Wait about 30 seconds, the camera will reboot, then unplug the network cable.
Figure 3.12
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3.5.4 Dynamic DNS Setting (DDNS)
3.5.4.1 DDNS Setting:
(1): Click
> “DDNS Service Settings
Settings””.
Figure 3.13
(2): Choose the DDNS
DDNS,, there are 4 kinds of options:
(1): Manufacturer
Manufacturer’’ DDNS
DDNS:: We provide a free DDNS: vipcam.org
vipcam.org.. This domain is provided
by manufacturer.
Note: 88safe.com is old DDNS provided by manufacturer also. If you want use the manufacturer’s
free DDNS, Please Choose to use vipcam.org.
Figure 3.14
(2): The Third Party DDNS
DDNS:: This domain is provided by the 3rd party, such as Dyndns,
Oray, 3322
If you use the third party DDNS, please choose the server you need
”
need,, such as “3322.org
3322.org”
“dyndns.org
or
or“
dyndns.org”” as below:
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Figure 3.15
Figure 3.16
You have to register an account firstly, keep the user, password, host, then fill in it.
Note: Only one DDNS can be chosen, for example, if you use manufacturer
manufacturer’’s DDNS, the
3rd party one won
won’’t work, if use the 3rd party DDNS, the manufacturer
manufacturer’’s one won
won’’t work.
3.5.4.2 Port forwarding settings
settings::
1: Setting the IP address of the camera
The default IP address of the camera is : Http://192.168.1.99:99 The default IP address of
ra you can change to any other one you like, such as
came
camera
as::
Change to: 192.168.1.109:109. or 192.168.1.99:90 etc.
” then the
Click “Apply
Apply””>fill in the user name and password of the camera>click “OK
OK”
camera will reboot, wait about 30 seconds. You will get your changed IP address.
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Figure 3.17
”, “DNS Server
” is the same as your router
Make sure the “Subnet Mask
Mask””, “Gateway
Gateway”
Server”
router..
2: Setting Port Forwarding in the router.
This is the most important step. Set port forwarding in router refer to the IP of your camera
correctly, then the DDNS will work. Because there are so many kinds of routers from all
over the world, so it
it’’s difficult to show a fix steps, but there are some samples of different
routers
routers’’ port forwarding settings as below, just for reference:
TP-LINK:
(1) Login the router.
”
(2) Choose “Forwarding
Forwarding””, select “Virtual Servers
Servers”
(3) Click the Add New button, pop-up below:
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), IP address of the camera, then click Save
Fill the service port (except 80
80),
The port and IP address should be the same as Camera.
BELKIN:
(1) Login the router.
”
(2) Choose “Firewall
Firewall””, select “Virtual Servers
Servers”
(3) Input the port (except 80
80)) and IP address, then click save.
Note: The port and IP address should be the same as Camera.
Figure 3.18
DLINK:
(1) Login the router.
”
(2) Choose “Advanced
Advanced””, select “Virtual Servers
Servers”
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(3) Input the port, IP address, Protocol, then click save.
” should be the same as camera
Note: The “public port
port”” & “private port
port”
camera’’s port, choose the
protocol to be “both
both””.
Figure 3.29
After all these 4 steps done, then you can use the DDNS freely, check the DDNS status
from the camera as below, and get the link of DDNS for internet view.
Step: “Login
Login””>”
”:
”>”Device Info
Info”
Figure 3.20
3.5.5.3 DDNS Register
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For example, you can go to Dyndns website to register a free account.
http://www.dyndns.org / http://www.dyndns.com
http://www.dyndns.com..
Step1: enter http://www.dyndns.com/ and Create Account
Figure 3.21
Step2: Set the username and password as below:
Figure 3.22
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Step3: After a minute, you will receive a E-mail from DynDNS Support and it will give you a
confirmation address
(e.g. https://www.dyndns.com/confirm/create/ONMzltcCBk6mcHJI5MhVD0g
https://www.dyndns.com/confirm/create/ONMzltcCBk6mcHJI5MhVD0g))
Figure 3.23
Figure 3.24
Step4: When the Account Confirmed, login and start using your account. Choose Add
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)page.
Host Services(Figure 3.
3.25
25)) and enter Add New Hostname (Figure 3.
3.26
26)page.
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Figure 3.25
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Figure 3.
3.26
Step5: On the Add New Hostname page.
1) input your Hostname.
2) choose Host with IP address
3) click Use auto detected IP address xxx.xx.xx.xxx
xxx.xx.xx.xxx.. Then click Create Host.
4) after you have added a New Hostname , you need “Proceed to checkout
”
checkout”
Figure 3.27
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Figure 3.28
Figure 3.29
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),and can use it in the DDNS
Step6: Now you obtained a Dynamic Domain Name(Figure3.
Name(Figure3.30
30),and
5.5
Service Settings(details: 3.
3.5.5
5.5))
Notice:
If you have a dynamic IP address, Make sure you have download the DynDNS
DynDNS’’s “Update
”. And installed it succeed in your computer.
Client
Client”
Figure 3.30
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3.5.6 E-mail and FTP service Settings
Figure 3.31
The above setting is a preparation for the alarm function, the sender should be
recipient 1、2
2、3
3、4
4 is filled with recipient E-mail
entered the sender
sender’’s email address
address,recipient
SMTP server should be filled with the sender email SMTP server
e.g. the
address
address;SMTP
server,e.g.
and enter mail.163.com. Generally SMTP port
sender email address is [email protected]
[email protected],and
do no need to change
when needs to check, just tick it, and enter SMTP user
is 25
25,do
change;when
both of them are provided by Email provider
and test according
and SMTP password
password,both
provider,and
when needs to send, please tick Email notification Internet IP address
to reference
reference;when
address;
The e-mail server and other information can be obtained from the mail service
provider the email notification is image captured when alarming if no email
notification is needed when alarming, and then no need to enter.
Set up FTP service, you can fill in parameters like following:
Figure 3.32
The above setting is equally similar to Mail Server Settings
Settings,,when alarming is
triggered it also sends image
image,,please enter FTP server
server,,FTP port
port,,FTP user
user,,FTP
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password, FTP upload directory
directory,,FTP mode
mode,,FTP mode has two options: PORT and
second
POSV. If needs a quick upload image, then select it, edit upload image interval
interval(second
second)
3.5.7. Alarm Service Settings
As shown below, there are two modes of alarm trigger, first one is motion detection,
the sensitivity of motion detection can be adjusted
please refer to below interface
interface,the
according to the users
users′′ requirement, the higher the number is, the lower sensitivity
is; Another mode is input alarm, when connected, it triggers alarm through alarm
input signal which connects to linkage alarm GPIO;
one is IO alarm linkage, camera connects
When triggered, there are 3 alarm modes
modes:one
the second is email
with linkage alarm box through GPIO, sound the siren ;the
notification, send email with images captured
the
last
is
upload pictures alarm
as the
captured;the
alarm,as
second
way mentioned before FTP upload pictures alarm, Upload pictures interval
interval(second
second)
keeps consiste nt with the mentioned upload pictures interval of Ftp service settings.
as the selected time interval
00 minute per
The schedule refers to arming time
time,as
interval: 0:00
45 minutes and Monday 1:00
00 hour and 2:00
00 hour
week to 0:45
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Figure3.3
Figure3.33
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3.5.8 Record&Capture Path
This sector is for Record&Capture Path in your computer.It include: Record&Capture
Path, Record file length(MB)
length(MB),, Record time length(Minute)
length(Minute),, Reserved disk space(MB)
space(MB),,
Record cover
cover..
Figure 3.34
3.5.9 Reset/Firm Ware Upgrade
This sector is for camera firmware upgrade, it includes device system firmware
and device application firmware
Be cautious to apply for it!
Figure 3.35
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.
.1 Restore Factory Settings
3.5.9
3.5.9.1
When users forget password, we can restore ex-factory settings, when click, a picture
will pop up, Click ok, and wait for 1 minute and you can use it normally. User setting
feature restores
Figure 3.35
9.2 Reboot Equipment
3.5.
3.5.9.2
Click restart, it appears the above picture, click ok, wait for 1 minute and you can use
it normally
Figure 3.36
4 Warranty
Under normal use condition, products resulting from its own failures in the
warranty period will be free maintenance. Warranty Terms as following:
a) Charge-free maintenance of the product is one year. We can repair it for free
during the guarantee period (Damages not caused by misuse or vandalism).
Repair over guarantee period, we will charge maintenance fee.
b) During guarantee period, breakdown caused by misuse or other reasons out of
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range of warranty. You could ask repair depend on the card. We only charge for
changed components, the maintenance charge is free.
c) When the products need maintenance, hand up the card with products to the
manufacture or local distributor.
d) Take apart item crust, tear up the sealing label privately, this is out of
warranty range.
e) We do not accept the damaged item due to modification or add other
functions.
The Following Circumstances will not be free warranty
a) Period check, maintenance or change components due to normal attrition.
b) The damages due to crash, extrusion, artificial flooding, moisture or other
personal reasons.
c) The damages due to floods, fire, lightning strike and other natural calamities
or force majeure incidents factors
d) Repaired item by non-authorized repair centers.
All above terms, if changed, regarded to relevant regulations.
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