GV-CS1320 Camera Access Controller

GV-CS1320 Camera Access Controller
GV-CS1320 Camera Access Controller
User’s Manual
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please
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CS1320V111-A
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change without notice.
GeoVision, Inc.
9F, No. 246, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.,
Neihu District, Taipei, Taiwan
Tel: +886-2-8797-8377
Fax: +886-2-8797-8335
http://www.geovision.com.tw
Trademarks used in this manual: GeoVision, the GeoVision logo and GV
series products are trademarks of GeoVision, Inc. Windows is the registered
trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
January 2017
Contents
Naming and Definition ...........................................................vii
Optional Device .....................................................................viii
Installation Considerations ....................................................ix
Chapter 1
Introduction ..........................................................1
1.1 Key Features ......................................................................................................... 5
1.2 Packing List ........................................................................................................... 6
1.3 System Requirements............................................................................................ 7
1.4 Physical Description............................................................................................... 8
1.5 Installation ............................................................................................................. 9
1.5.1 Wire Definition ........................................................................................... 9
1.5.2 Installing GV-CS1320 ...............................................................................10
1.5.3 Replacing the Silica Gel Bag.....................................................................12
1.6
Connecting GV-CS1320 .......................................................................................13
1.6.1
Connecting RS485 Readers .....................................................................13
1.6.2
Connecting Network Readers ...................................................................14
1.6.3
Connecting Input Devices to GV-CS1320 .................................................15
1.6.4
Connecting Output Devices to GV-CS1320 ..............................................16
1.6.5
Connecting GV-CS1320 to PC..................................................................17
1.6.6
Connecting the Power...............................................................................19
1.7 LED Status and Beeper ........................................................................................20
Chapter 2
Getting Started ...................................................21
2.1 Checking the Dynamic IP Address........................................................................22
2.2 Assigning an IP Address.......................................................................................24
Chapter 3
Accessing the Camera Access Controller.......26
3.1 Accessing Your Surveillance Images ....................................................................26
3.2 Functions Featured on the Main Page ..................................................................28
3.2.1 The Live View Window..............................................................................29
3.2.2 The Control Panel of the Live View Window .............................................31
3.2.3
Snapshot of a Live Video ..........................................................................34
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3.2.4 Video Recording .......................................................................................34
3.2.5 Digital PTZ................................................................................................35
3.2.6 Wide Angle Lens Dewarping.....................................................................36
3.2.7
Picture-in-Picture and Picture-and-Picture View........................................37
3.2.8 Alarm Notification......................................................................................39
3.2.9 Video and Audio Configuration .................................................................40
3.2.10 Remote Configuration .............................................................................42
3.2.11 Camera Name Display............................................................................42
3.2.12 Image Enhancement...............................................................................43
Chapter 4
Administrator Mode ...........................................44
4.1 Video ....................................................................................................................46
4.1.1 Video Settings ..........................................................................................47
4.1.2 Text Overlay .............................................................................................52
4.2 Access Control......................................................................................................53
4.2.1 Basic Setting.............................................................................................53
4.2.2
Extended Device.......................................................................................62
4.3 Events and Alerts..................................................................................................64
4.3.1 Email ........................................................................................................64
4.3.2 RTSP/ONVIF ............................................................................................66
4.4 Network ................................................................................................................68
4.4.1 Status .......................................................................................................68
4.4.2 LAN ..........................................................................................................69
4.4.3 Advanced TCP/IP .....................................................................................71
4.4.4 IP Filtering ................................................................................................74
4.4.5 SNMP Setting ...........................................................................................75
4.5 Management.........................................................................................................77
4.5.1 Date and Time Settings ............................................................................77
4.5.2
User Account ............................................................................................79
4.5.3 Log Information.........................................................................................80
4.5.4 Tools.........................................................................................................81
4.5.5 Language..................................................................................................83
4.6
SIP .......................................................................................................................84
Chapter 5
Advanced Applications .....................................87
5.1 Upgrading System Firmware.................................................................................87
5.1.1 Using the Web Interface ...........................................................................88
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5.1.2
5.2
Using the IP Device Utility.........................................................................89
Backing Up and Restoring Settings.......................................................................91
5.2.1 Backing Up the Settings............................................................................91
5.2.2 Restoring the Settings...............................................................................92
5.3 Restoring to Factory Default Settings....................................................................93
5.4 Verifying Watermark .............................................................................................94
5.4.1 Accessing AVI Files ..................................................................................94
5.4.2 Running Watermark Proof ........................................................................94
5.4.3 The Watermark Proof Window ..................................................................95
Chapter 6
6.1
Setting up GV-CS1320 on GV-System..................................................................98
6.1.1
6.2
DVR Configurations ...........................................96
Customizing the Basic Settings...............................................................101
Setting up GV-CS1320 on GV-VMS....................................................................103
Chapter 7
Mobile Phone Connection ...............................105
Chapter 8
Connecting to GV-I/O Box 4 Ports..................106
8.1 Physical Connection ...........................................................................................107
8.2 Setting up GV-CS1320 .......................................................................................108
Specifications .......................................................................110
Camera .......................................................................................................................110
Optics Lens .................................................................................................................110
Operation ....................................................................................................................110
Network.......................................................................................................................111
Mechanical ..................................................................................................................111
Reader ........................................................................................................................111
General .......................................................................................................................112
Web Interface..............................................................................................................112
Application ..................................................................................................................112
Controller ....................................................................................................................112
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Appendix. ..............................................................................114
A. RTSP Protocol Support...........................................................................................114
B. The CGI Command.................................................................................................115
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Naming and Definition
GV-System
(GV-DVR/NVR)
GeoVision Analog and Digital Video Recording Software. The GVSystem also refers to Multicam System, GV-NVR System, GVHybrid DVR System and GV-DVR System at the same time.
GV-VMS
GeoVision Video Management System for IP cameras.
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Optional Device
Optional devices can expand the capabilities and versatilities of your GV-CS1320. Consult
your sales representative for more information.
GV-Reader 1352
V2
GV-Reader 1352 V2 is a card reader that uses a 13.56 MHz frequency.
It has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to any
standard access control panel.
GV-RK1352
GV-RK1352 is a card reader with keypad that uses a 13.56 MHz
frequency. The reader has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can
be connected to any standard access control panel.
GV-R1352
GV-R1352 is a card reader that uses a 13.56 MHz frequency. The
reader has both Wiegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to
any standard access control panel.
GV-DFR1352
GV-DFR1352 is a card reader that uses a 13.56 MHz frequency. The
reader has both W iegand and RS-485 outputs that can be connected to
any standard access control panel.
GV-CR420
GV-CR420 is a card reader with a built-in 4MP wide angle IP camera.
The card reader recognizes identification cards and transmits live view
through network connection.
GV-GF Fingerprint
Readers
GV-CS1320 is compatible with GV-GF1921 / 1922. The reader
supports three operation modes: Fingerprint Only, Fingerprint + Card
and Card Only. In Fingerprint Only mode, the fingerprints are enrolled
through GV-ASManager. In Fingerprint + Card mode, the fingerprint
templates are stored on the user card. In Card Only mode, the users
only need to swipe the card to be granted access. Readers with optical
and capacitance sensors are available.
Push Button
Switch
The push button switch can be integrated with access control system,
allowing door exit by momentarily activating or deactivating the electric
locking device. Both American standard and European standard push
buttons are available.
GV-IB25 / 65 / 85
Infrared Button
The GV-IB25 / 65 / 85 Infrared Button detects infrared movement within
3 to 12 cm and allows you to open the door with a wave of hand.
Electric Lock
Three types of electric locks are available: electromagnetic lock, electric
bolt and electric strike.
GV-AS ID Card &
GV-AS ID Tag
GV-AS ID Cards and GV-AS ID Tags are ideal for business and
residential environment, where access control is important for security
reasons. 13.56 MHz cards and tags are available.
Power Adapter
Contact your sales representative for the countries and areas
supported.
GV-I/O Box 4
Ports V1.2
A small but capable device, the GV-I/O Box 4 Ports V1.2 provides 4
inputs and 4 relay outputs. It supports both DC and AC output voltages,
and provides a USB port for PC connection.
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Installation Considerations
To make sure the finger and face of the cardholder can be detected, follow the instructions
below to set up GV-CS1320.
Bell Button Recognition:

The bell button (touch pad) cannot be activated with gloves on.
Installation Height:

When placed at a building gate, GV-CS1320 should be about 1.4-1.5 meters above the
ground.

When placed at a parking lot gate, GV-CS1320 should be about 1.2 meters above the
ground to match the height of vehicles.
Face Detection Limitations

GV-CS1320 cannot detect the face of cardholders wearing facial masks or sunglasses.

GV-CS1320 is designed to detect front-view faces only. If the face is slightly tilted
horizontally or vertically, the tilt angle cannot exceed 15° degree.
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Lighting Conditions

Avoid placing GV-CS1320 where the light source is directly behind the subject.

Prevent light from directly falling onto the GV-CS1320’s camera lens.
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Introduction
Chapter 1 Introduction
GV-CS1320 is an access controller with a built-in 2 MP camera and 13.56 MHz reader.
GV-CS1320 recognizes identification cards and grants access to up to 40,000 users
accordingly. With the integration of the wide angle camera, the Card and Face Mode enables
GV-CS1320 to perform face detection together with card verification before access can be
granted.
Figure 1-1
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There are 3 types of notifications allowing the operator to communicate with the visitor and
grand access.
1. GV-ASNotify Program:
Visitors requesting entry permits can use the bell button (touch pad) to be granted access.
When GV-CS1320 is connected to GV-ASManager over the network, GV-ASNotify will
generate a notification message whenever the bell button (touch pad) is activated. The
operator can use GV-ASNotify to watch live view and communicate with the surveillance site
via the microphone and speaker functions.
Figure 1-2
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2. GV-Access Mobile App:
Similarly, the operator can launch mobile app GV-Access to enable live view and voice
communication with visitors at the door before permitting entry. After adding GV-ASManager
to GV-Access, the operator will get an alert notification upon the trigger of the bell button
(touch pad). For details, see http://www.geovision.com.tw/upload/en/mobileap/GVAccess.pdf
Figure 1-3
3. VoIP Calls:
When the bell button (touch pad) is activated, GV-CS1320 will place a call to the operator
through the Internet using VoIP. The operator can then communicate with the visitor and
enter the access code to open the door.
Figure 1-4
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The all-in-one solution eliminates the need of installing and maintaining a separate camera in
addition to the card reader and a door entry system.
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1.1 Key Features
Camera

2 MP progressive scan super low lux CMOS

Minimum illumination at 0.02 lux

Dual streams from H.264 and MJPEG

Up to 15 fps at 1920 x 1080

Day and night function (with removable IR-cut filter)

Built-in IR with effective distance up to 3 m (9.84 ft)

Ingress protection (IP66)

12V DC, 2.5A / PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at)

Built-in microphone and speaker

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Built-in micro SD card slot

Provides 180° panorama view

ONVIF (Profile S, C) conformant
Reader

Built-in 13.56 MHz Reader (Mifare DESFire, Mifare Plus and Mifare Classic)

Access by card plus face detection

RS-485 and network interface for connecting up to 2 readers
Access Control

Enabling different access control modes according to the Authentication Schedule: Card
only mode (default), Card and Face Mode

1 door (one-way and two-way control)

Bell Button (touch pad) for talk mode

Receiving live view and capturing snapshots when card is presented

GV-Access for iOS or Android mobile devices

Anti-passback (APB) support

2 inputs, dry contact (Door Sensor / Exit Button)

1 relay outputs (30V DC, 0.5A)
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1.2 Packing List

GV-CS1320

Mounting Plate

Standard Screw x 2

Plastic Screw Anchor x 2

Security Screw

Torx Wrench

Silica Gel Bag

Software DVD

Micro SD Card 2 GB

Warranty Card
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1.3 System Requirements
To access the functions and settings of GV-CS1320 on the Web interface, ensure your PC
has good network connection and use one of the following web browsers:

Internet Explorer 9 x or later

Microsoft Edge

Google Chrome

Firefox
Note: For users of non-IE browsers, download GV-Web Viewer to access full functioning
user interface. See 3.1 Accessing Your Surveillance Images.
Compatible Software Versions
The GeoVision software versions compatible with GV-CS1320 are listed below.
GV-CS1320 Firmware Version
Software
V1.0
V1.10
V1.11
GV-ASManager
V4.3.5.0
V4.3.5.0
V4.4.0.0
V4.4.2.0
V4.4.3.0
GV-VMS
V15.10
GV-System (DVR/NVR)
V8.6.2.0 with Patch
GV-Control Center
V3.3.0.0 with Patch
GV-Failover Server
V1.1.0.0 with Patch
GV-Redundant Server
V1.1.0.0 with Patch
GV-GIS
V3.1.1.0 with Patch
GV-Recording Server
V1.2.5.0 with Patch
GV-Edge Recording Manager
V1.1.0.0 with Patch
V15.11
V1.2.0.0
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1.4 Physical Description
Figure 1-5
No. Name
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Function
1
Lens
Receives image.
2
Microphone
Receives sound from GV-CS1320.
3
Card Reader
Reads ID cards or ID tags.
4
IR LEDs
Automatically illuminates for night time use.
5
Speaker
Talks to the surveillance area from the local computer.
6
Bell Button (touch pad)
and LED status
Touch to activate the talk mode. See 1.7 LED Status and
Beeper.
7
Default Button
Resets all configurations to default factory settings. See 5.3
Restoring to Factory Default Settings.
8
Power Cable
Connects to power supply. See 1.6.5 Connecting the Power.
9
Ethernet Port
Connects to network and power supply. See 1.6.4 Connecting
GV-CS1320 to PC.
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1.5 Installation
1.5.1 Wire Definition
The wire assignment of the GV-CS1320 cable data are illustrated below.
Figure 1-6
Wire
Definition
RJ-45
Ethernet
Red
12V DC
Black
GND
Yellow
Sensor IN1
Brown
IN COM
Light Red
Button IN2
Blue
RS-485 +
Light Blue
RS-485 -
Gray
Door NO
Purple
Door COM
Orange
Door NC
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1.5.2 Installing GV-CS1320
After the location of GV-CS1320 is decided, follow the steps below to install the camera
access controller.
Note: You will need to prepare a single gang power box for wall mount installation.
1. Attach the single gang power box to the wall.
2. Place the mounting plate on the single gang power box and secure with the 2 standard
screws provided.
Figure 1-7
3. Place GV-CS1320 on the mounting plate together with the single gang power box and
thread the cables through the holes.
Figure 1-8
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4. Secure the supplied security screw on the bottom with the mounting plate.
Figure 1-9
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1.5.3 Replacing the Silica Gel Bag
If you opened the compartment cover at the back of your GV-CS1320 to change a new Micro
SD card, you must follow the steps below to replace the original silica gel bag with a new one.
1. Open the compartment cover at the back of your GV-CS1320 with a screwdriver.
Figure 1-10
2. To replace the silica gel bag, remove the silica gel bag and place a new one to the
camera.
Figure 1-11
3. Fasten the compartment cover.
Important:
1. The silica gel loses its effectiveness when the dry camera access controller is opened.
To prevent the lens from fogging up, replace the silica gel bag every time when you
open the camera access controller and conceal the gel bag in the camera access
controller within two minutes of exposing to the open air.
2. For each newly replaced silica gel bag, allow it to absorb moisture for at least 30
minutes before operating the camera.
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1.6 Connecting GV-CS1320
1.6.1 Connecting RS485 Readers
GV-CS1320 can establish RS-485 connection with up to 2 GV-Readers. Connect the RS485 wires from the GV-CS1320 to the reader. The 12V DC and GND wires of the GVCS1320 can be used to power the readers, but you will need to set up a separate power
source if the total power consumption (including output devices) exceeds 12V.
Figure 1-12
The table below shows the wire assignments of RS485 connection on GV-CS1320.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V DC
Black
GND
Blue
RS-485 +
Light Blue
RS-485 -
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1.6.2 Connecting Network Readers
GV-CS1320 supports network connection with GV-CR420 and GV-GF1921 / 1922.
Figure 1-13
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1.6.3 Connecting Input Devices to GV-CS1320
GV-CS1320 supports 2 types of inputs:
1. Sensor inputs, e.g. door status sensor
2. Button inputs, e.g. door opener and exit button
All inputs are dry contact and can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally closed
(NC) through the GV-CS1320 Web interface. The default value is NO. To change the input
status, see 4.2.1.4 Input Setting
The table below shows the wire assignments of input connectors on GV-CS1320.
Wire color
Definition
Yellow
Sensor IN1
Light Red
Button IN2
Brown
IN COM
Note: You can connect a GV-I/O Box to your GV-CS1320 to give an extra layer of
security. For details, see Chapter 8 Connecting to GV-I/O Box 4 Ports.
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1.6.4 Connecting Output Devices to GV-CS1320
GV-CS1320 supports 1 type of output: Door outputs, e.g. electronic lock.
The table below shows the wire assignments of output connectors on GV-CS1320.
Wire color
Purple
Orange
Gray
Definition
Door COM
Door NC
Door NO
Check if your output device meets the following absolute maximum ratings before connecting
it to the Door outputs.
Breakdown Voltage
250V AC, 220V DC
Continuous Load Current
1A (30V DC), 0.3A (125V AC)
Note:
1. Absolute Maximum Ratings are those values beyond which damage to GV-CS1320
circuit board may occur. Continuous operation of GV-CS1320 at the absolute rating
level may affect GV-CS1320’s reliability.
2. You can connect a GV-I/O Box to your GV-CS1320 to give an extra layer of security.
For details, see Chapter 8 Connecting to GV-I/O Box 4 Ports.
To connect an output device:
The example below illustrates the connection of a locking device to GV-CS1320. Connect the
(+) point on the locking device to the Door COM wire on GV-CS1320, connect the two (-)
points of the locking device and the external power supply together, and connect the (+) point
on the external power supply to the Door NO or Door NC wire on GV-CS1320 based on the
state of the locking device.
Figure 1-13
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1.6.5 Connecting GV-CS1320 to PC
Connecting GV-CS1320 to a computer enables you to access its Web interface and connect
it to GV-ASManager if the computer is installed with GV-ASManager. The computer running
GV-ASManager software can be used to monitor the access information and alarm
messages from GV-CS1320. The communication link between the computer and GVCS1320 requires a network connection.
The figure below illustrates the network connection between GV-CS1320 and the computer.
Figure 1-14
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When GV-CS1320 is connected to GV-ASManager, GV-ASNotify will generate a notification
message and snapshot whenever the bell button (touch pad) on GV-CS1320 is activated.
You can use GV-ASNotify to watch live view and communicate with the surveillance site with
the microphone and speaker functions of GV-ASNotify. For details, see Chapter 15, GVASNotify in the GV-ASManager User’s Manual.
Figure 1-15
Note:
1. GV-CS1320 is only compatible with GV-ASManager V4.3.5.0 or later.
2. While GV-CS1320 is performing a power reset, duplicate messages may be displayed in
the System Event Log on GV-ASManager.
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1.6.6 Connecting the Power
You can choose to supply power using a power adapter or using a Power over Ethernet (PoE)
adapter.

When using a Power Adaptor, connect 12V and GND wires to a 12V, 3A power adapter
and then connect the power adapter to a power source.
The table below shows the pin assignments of the power connectors on GV-CS1320.
Wire color
GV-CS1320 Definition
Red
12V DC
Black
GND

When using PoE adapter, power will be provided to the device through the Ethernet
cable.
Note:
1. Power should only be applied to the unit when all connections are completed and tested.
2. GV-CS1320 produces an output voltage of 12V. You will need to connect an external
power supply if the total power consumption exceeds 12V after readers and output
devices are connected.
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1.7 LED Status and Beeper
Normally, the LED on GV-CS1320 is blue during standby mode and the LED flashes green
when a card is granted access. The LED status and beeper under different conditions are
listed below
Condition
LED
Beeper
Ready
Blue (Connected to GV-ASManager)
N/A
Purple (Disconnected from GVASManager)
Access Denied
Displays red LED momentarily
Two short beeps
Access Granted
Displays green LED momentarily
One long beep
Bell button (touch
pad) activated
Flashes blue momentarily
One short beep
Returns to blue/purple LED
Three short beeps
after 30 seconds
Constant yellow
N/A
Bell button (touch
pad) ignored
Talk mode enabled
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Getting Started
Chapter 2 Getting Started
This chapter provides basic information to get GV-CS1320 on the network.
Follow the steps below to get GV-CS1320 working on the network:
1. Use a standard network cable to connect the camera access controller to your network.
2. Connect power using one of the methods:

Using the power adapter, connect to power. For details, see 1.6.5 Connecting the
Power.

Use the Power over Ethernet (PoE) function. The power will be provided over the
network cable.
3. You can now access the Web interface of GV-CS1320.

If GV-CS1320 is installed in a LAN with the DHCP server, use GV-IP Device Utility
to look up its dynamic IP address. See 2.1 Checking the Dynamic IP Address.

If GV-CS1320 is installed in a LAN without the DHCP server, the default IP address
192.168.0.10 will be applied. You also can assign a different static IP. See 2.2
Assigning an IP Address.
Note: By default, GV-CS1320 has the IP address 192.168.0.10, and ID and password
admin.
Once GV-CS1320 is properly installed, the following important features can be configured
using the browser-based configuration page and are discussed in the following sections in
this manual:

Date and time adjustment: see 4.5.1 Date and Time Settings.

Login and privileged passwords: see 4.5.2 User Account.

Network gateway: see 4.4 Network.

Camera image adjustment: see 3.2.2 The Control Panel of the Live View Window.

Video format, resolution and frame rate: see 4.1.1 Video Settings.
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2.1 Checking the Dynamic IP Address
Follow the steps below to look up the IP address and access the Web interface.
Note: The PC installed with GV-IP Device Utility must be under the same LAN with GVCS1320.
1.
Install the GV-IP Device Utility program included on the Software DVD.
2.
On the GV-IP Utility window, click the
button to search for the IP devices connected
in the same LAN. Click the Name or Mac Address column to sort.
Figure 2-1
3.
Find GV-CS1320 with its MAC address, click on its IP address and select Web Page.
Figure 2-2
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4.
Getting Started
The login page appears.
Figure 2-3
5.
Type the default ID and password admin and click Apply to login.
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2.2 Assigning an IP Address
Follow the steps below to assign a new IP address.
Note:
1.
GV-CS1320 has a default IP address of 192.168.0.10. The computer used to set the
IP address must be under the same network assigned to the unit.
2.
If your router supports the DHCP server, GV-CS1320 will obtain a dynamic IP
address from the DHCP server each time it connects to the LAN, instead of using
192.168.0.10.
1. Open your web browser, and type the default IP address http://192.168.0.10
2. In both Login and Password fields, type the default value admin. Click Apply.
3. In the left menu, select Network and then LAN to begin the network settings.
Figure 2-4
4. Select Static IP address. Type the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router/Gateway, Primary
DNS and Secondary DNS.
5. Click Apply. GV-CS1320 is now accessible by entering the assigned IP address on the
web browser.
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Getting Started
Important:

If Dynamic IP Address or PPPoE is enabled, you need to know which IP address
GV-CS1320 will get from the DHCP server or ISP to log in. If your GV-CS1320 in
installed in a LAN, use the GV-IP Device Utility to look up its current dynamic
address. See 2.1 Checking the Dynamic IP Address.
If your GV-CS1320 uses a public dynamic IP address, via PPPoE, use the
Dynamic DNS service to obtain a domain name linked to the camera access
controller’s changing IP address first. For details on Dynamic DNS Server settings,
see 4.4.3 Advanced TCP/IP.

If Dynamic IP Address and PPPoE is enabled and you cannot access the unit,
you may have to reset it to the factory default settings and then perform the
network settings again.
To restore the factory settings, see 5.3 Restoring to Factory Default Settings.
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Chapter 3 Accessing the Camera Access
Controller
Two types of user levels are allowed to log in GV-CS1320: Administrator and Guest. The
Administrator has full access to all system configurations while the Guest can only access
the live view and network status.
3.1 Accessing Your Surveillance Images
Once installed, GV-CS1320 is accessible on a network. Follow these steps to access your
surveillance images:
1.
Start the Internet Explorer browser.
2.
Type the IP address or domain name of GV-CS1320 in the Location / Address field of
your browser.
Figure 3-1
3.
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Enter the login name and password: admin.
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Accessing the Camera Access Controller
The live web page, similar to the image in Figure 3-3, is now displayed on your browser.
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For Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, click Run to execute GVWeb Viewer when prompted by your web browser, type in the IP address of GVCS1320, and click Connect to access the full functioning user interface.
Figure 3-2
Note: To enable the updating of images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, you must set your
browser to allow ActiveX Controls and perform a one-time installation of GeoVision’s
ActiveX component onto your computer.
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3.2 Functions Featured on the Main Page
This section introduces the features of the Live View window on the main page.
Figure 3-3
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3.2.1 The Live View Window
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Figure 3-4
No. Name
Function
1 Play
Plays live video.
2 Stop
Stops playing video.
3 Microphone
Talks to the surveillance area from the local computer.
4 Speaker
Listens to the audio around GV-CS1320.
5 Snapshot
6 File Save
Takes a snapshot of live video.
--- See 3.2.3 Snapshot of a Live Video.
Records live video to the local computer.
--- See 3.2.4 Video Recording.
Switches to full screen view. Right-click the image to
7 Full Screen
have these options: Snapshot, Digital PTZ, Wide
Angle Lens Dewarping, Wide Angle Setting, PIP
and PAP.
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--- See 3.2.5 Digital PTZ
--- See 3.2.6 Wide Angle Lens Dewarping
--- See 3.2.7 Picture-in-Picture and Picture-and-Picture
View
Brings up these functions: Alarm Notify, Video and
Audio Configuration, Remote Config, Show
Camera Name and Image Enhance.
--- See 3.2.8 Alarm Notification
8 Show System Menu
--- See 3.2.9 Video and Audio Configuration
--- See 3.2.10 Remote Configuration
--- See 3.2.11 Camera Name Display
--- See 3.2.12 Image Enhancement respectively.
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3.2.2 The Control Panel of the Live View Window
To open the control panel of the Live View window, click the arrow button on top of the
viewer. You can access the following functions by using the left and right arrow buttons on
the control panel.
Click the arrow button to display the control panel.
Click the right and
left arrow buttons to
change the page of
the control panel.
Figure 3-5
Tip: The administrator can also use the GV-IP Device Utility and click the GV-CS1320’s IP
address to access the live view and adjust camera image settings.
Figure 3-6
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[Information] Displays the version of GV-CS1320, local time of the local computer, host time
of GV-CS1320, and the number of users logging in to GV-CS1320.
[Video] Displays the current video codec, resolution and data rates.
[Audio] Displays the audio data rates when the microphone and speaker devices are
enabled.
[Alarm Notify] Displays the captured images upon sensor triggers. For this function to work,
you must configure the Alarm Notify settings first. See 3.2.8 Alarm Notification.
[Camera Adjustment] Allows you to adjust the image quality.
Figure 3-7
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Brightness: Adjusts the brightness of the image.
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Contrast: Adjusts the relative differences between one pixel and the next.
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Saturation: Adjusts the saturation of the image.
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Sharpness: Adjusts the sharpness of the image
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Gamma: Adjusts the relative proportions of bright and dark areas
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White balance: GV-CS1320 automatically adjusts the color to be closest to the image
you are viewing. You can choose one of the four presets: Auto, Outdoor, Indoor, and
Fluorescent. You can also choose Manual to adjust the white balance manually.
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Flicker less: GV-CS1320 automatically matches the frequency of your camera access
controller’s image to the frequency of indoor light sources, e.g. fluorescent lighting. You
can also select 50 Hz or 60 Hz manually. If these don’t match, faint light and dark bars
may appear in your images. Check the power utility to determine which frequency is
used.
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Image Orientation: Changes the image orientation on the Live View window.
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Slowest Shutter Speed: Shutter speed controls the amount of the lights enters the
image sensor and directly impacts the quality of image presentation. A slow shutter
speed allows higher light exposure that creates a brighter overall image by blurring
moving objects and bringing out background details, and a faster shutter speed lowers
color and image clarity in order to capture motions.
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D/N: Select Auto for automatic switch between day mode and night mode depending on
the amount of light detected. Select Black and white to switch the camera access
controller to night mode. Select Color to switch the camera access controller to day
mode. The value 10 is the most light-sensitive. Select Trigger by Input for the
externally installed infrared illuminator to turn on under low light and turn off under
sufficient light.
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Denoise: Reduces image noise especially under low-light conditions. The higher the
denoise value, the stronger the effect.
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Wide Dynamic Range: adjusts and generates clear live view when the scene contains
very bright and very dark areas at the same time. Select Auto (Strong) to bring out
details in the darks areas of the scene, select Auto (Weak) to bring out less detail in the
dark area and at the same time keep the bright areas from overexposure, or select Auto
(Normal) for a balanced effect. Select Close to disable the function.
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Defog: Select Auto to automatically enhance the visibility of images. Select Close to
disable the function.
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Super Low Lux: Select Auto for GV-CS1320 to automatically enhance the live view
under insufficient light. Select Close to disable the function. The default setting is Auto.
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Metering: Controls the camera access controller’s exposure. Select Normal for GVCS1320 to adjust exposure based on the full live view. Select Regional Metering for
GV-CS1320 to adjust exposure of specified zones. Draw directly on the live view and a
block marked with “AE (automatic exposure)” appears. You can establish up to 4 zones.
To remove the block, right-click the block and select Delete.
3.2.3 Snapshot of a Live Video
To take a snapshot of live video, follow these steps:
1. Click the Snapshot button (No. 5, Figure 3-4). The Save As dialog box appears.
2. Specify Save in, type the File name, and select JPEG or BMP as Save as Type. You
may also choose whether to display the name and date stamps on the image.
3. Click the Save button to save the image in the local computer.
3.2.4 Video Recording
You can record live video for a certain period of time to your local computer.
1. Click the File Save button (No. 6, Figure 3-4). The Save As dialog box appears.
2. Specify Save in, type the File name, and move the Time period scroll bar to specify the
time length of the video clip from 1 to 5 minutes.
3. Click the Save button to start recording.
4. To stop recording, click the Stop button (No. 2, Figure 3-4).
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3.2.5 Digital PTZ
The Digital PTZ (DPTZ) function of GV-CS1320 allows you to simulate the PTZ movement
on the screen.
1. Right-click on the live view to display a drop-down list.
2. Select Digital PTZ. The PTZ control panel appears.
Figure 3-8
3. To change the direction, click the Arrow buttons.
4.
To zoom in / out, click the corresponding buttons or use the mouse scroll. To bring the
live view back to its default image, click Home.
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3.2.6 Wide Angle Lens Dewarping
Use the Wide Angle Lens Dewarping function to reduce the warping of live view.
1. Right-click on the live view to display a drop-down list.
2. Select Wide Angle Setting. The Wide Angle Dewarping Setting window appears.
Figure 3-9
3. Slide the slider at the bottom to correct the degree of warping. The adjusted view is
shown on the right. Click OK to close this window.
4. To enable this configuration, right-click on the live view, select Wide Angle Lens
Dewarping.
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3.2.7 Picture-in-Picture and Picture-and-Picture View
Two types of close-up views are available to provide clear and detailed images of the
surveillance area: Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-and Picture (PAP). After entering
the live view window, the image is displayed in PIP mode by default.
Picture-in-Picture View
With the Picture in Picture (PIP) view, you can crop the video to get a close-up view or zoom
in on the video.
Figure 3-10
1. Right-click the live view and select PIP. An inset window appears.
2. Click the inset window. A navigation box appears.
3. Move the navigation box around in the inset window to have a close-up view of the
selected area.
4. To adjust the navigation box size, move the cursor to any of the box corners, and enlarge
or diminish the box.
5. To exit the PIP view, right-click the image and click PIP again.
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Picture-and-Picture View
With the Picture and Picture (PAP) view, you can create a split video effect with multiple
close-up views on the image. A total of 7 close-up views can be defined.
Figure 3-11
1.
Right-click the live view and select PAP. Three inset windows appear at the bottom.
2.
Draw a navigation box on the image, and this selected area is immediately reflected in
one inset window. Up to seven navigation boxes can be drawn on the image.
3.
To adjust a navigation box size, move the cursor to any of the box corners, and enlarge
or diminish the box.
4.
To move a navigation box to another area on the image, drag it to that area.
5.
To change the frame color of the navigation box or hide the box, right-click the image,
select Mega Pixel Setting and click one of these options:
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Display Focus Area of PAP Mode: Displays or hides the navigation boxes on the
image.
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6.
Set Color of Focus Area: Changes the color of the box frames.
To delete a navigation box, right-click the desired box, select Focus Area of PAP Mode
and click Delete.
7.
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To exit the PAP view, right-click the image and click PAP again.
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3.2.8 Alarm Notification
Note the I/O Alarm notification and motion detection are not supported by GV-CS1320.
Figure 3-12
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3.2.9 Video and Audio Configuration
You can enable the microphone and speaker for two-way audio communication and set the
number of frames to keep for live view buffer. Click the Show System Menu button (No. 9,
Figure 3-4), and select Video and Audio Configuration.
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Camera: Sets the number of frames to keep in live view buffer. Keeping more frames
for live view buffer can ensure a smooth live view, but the live view will be delayed for
the number of frames specified.
Figure 3-13
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Audio Configure: You can enable the microphone and speaker and adjust the audio
volume.
Figure 3-14
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3.2.10 Remote Configuration
You can upgrade firmware over the network. Click the Show System Menu button (No. 9,
Figure 3-4), and select Remote Config. The Remote Config dialog box will appear.
Figure 3-15
[Firmware Upgrade] In this tab, you can upgrade the firmware over the network.
3.2.11 Camera Name Display
To display the camera access controller’s name on the image, click the Show System Menu
button (No. 9, Figure 3-4), and select Show Camera Name.
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3.2.12 Image Enhancement
To enhance the image quality of live video, click the Show System Menu button (No. 9,
Figure 3-4), and select Image Enhance. This dialog box appears.
Figure 3-16
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De-Interlace: Converts the interlaced video into non-interlaced video.
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De-Block: Removes the block-like artifacts from low-quality and highly compressed
video.
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Enable DirectDraw: Activates the DirectDraw function.
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Chapter 4 Administrator Mode
The Administrator can access system configuration of GV-CS1320 through the network. The
following configuration categories are available: Video, Access Control, Events and Alerts,
Network, Management and SIP.
Figure 4-1
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List of Menu Options
Find the topic of interest by referring to the section number prefixed to each option.
4.1 Video
4.1.1 Video Settings
4.1.2 Text Overlay
4.2 Access Control
4.2.1 Basic Setting
4.2.2 Extended Device
4.3 Events and Alerts
4.3.1 Email
4.3.2 RTSP/ONVIF
4.4.1 Status
4.4.2 LAN
4.4 Network
4.4.3 Advanced TCP/IP
4.4.4 IP Filtering
4.4.5 SNMP Setting
4.5.1 Date and Time Settings
4.5.2 User Account
4.5 Management
4.5.3 Log Information
4.5.4 Tools
4.5.5 Language
4.6 SIP
4.6.1 SIP Setting
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4.1 Video
GV-CS1320 supports dual streams, Streaming 1 and Streaming 2, which allow separate
codec and resolutions settings for a single video transmission. In a bandwidth-limited
network, such as mobile phone surveillance, this dual-stream feature allows you to view live
video in lower resolution (Streaming 2), and record in highest resolution (Streaming 1) at the
same time.
Comparison between Stream 1 and Stream 2:
Video Setting Options
Stream 1
Video Signal Type
Different codec, resolutions and frame rates can be applied
to Stream 1 and 2.
Watermark Setting
Face Detection Setting
Special View Setting
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Yes
Stream 2
Not configurable. Settings in
Stream 1 will be automatically
applied to Stream 2.
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4.1.1 Video Settings
Figure 4-2a
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Figure 4-2b
[Connection Template] Select the type of your network connection. Unless you select
Customized, this option will automatically bring up the recommended frame rate.
[Video Signal Type] Configure the codec type, signal format, resolution and frame rate.
Select between H.264 and MJPEG as the codec type.
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The codec options, resolutions and maximum frame rates are listed as below:
Streams
Codec Options
Image Resolution
Maximum Frame
Rate
Stream 1
H.264, MJPEG
1920 x 1080
15 fps
Stream 2
H.264, MJPEG
640 x 360
15 fps
[Bandwidth Management] When using the H.264 code, you can select constant bitrate or
variable bitrate to control the bandwidth usage.
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VBR (Variable Bitrate): The quality of the video stream is kept as constant as possible
at the cost of a varying bitrate. The bandwidth is used much more efficiently than a
comparable CBR. You can set a limit to the bit rate by specifying a Maximal Bit Rate.
Set the image quality to one of the 5 standards: Standard, Fair, Good, Great, and
Excellent.
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CBR (Constant Bitrate): CBR is used to achieve a specific bitrate by varying the
quality of the stream. Select a bitrate from the Maximal Bit Rate drop-down list.
[GOP Structure and Length] Set the maximum number of seconds between every key
frame. This option is only available when H.264 is selected for codec.
[H.264 Video Entropy Coding Setting] By default, the entropy coding is set to CAVLC. To
change it to CABAC, click and select from the drop-down list.
[Text Overlay Settings] Displays camera name, date, and/or time on the live view and
recorded videos when viewing through GeoVision software.
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Camera: Type the camera name.
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Overlay with: Select one or more of the options below to be overlaid on the live view
and recorded videos.
 Camera Name
 Date
 System Time
[Text Overlay Settings (OSD)] Displays camera name, date, and/or time on the live view
and recorded videos when viewing through GeoVision software and third-party software
through ONVIF and RTSP.
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Camera Name: Type the camera name.
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Font Size: Select the font size from 1x to 5x using the drop-down list.
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Overlay with: Select one or more of the options below to be overlaid on the live view
and recorded videos. Use the drop-down list to select the display position.
 Camera Name
 Date
 System Time
[Watermark] Enable this option to watermark all recordings. The watermark allows you to
verify whether the recorded video has been tampered with. See 5.4 Verifying Watermark.
[Face Detection Setting]
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Show a box around each detected face: Select this option to draw a box around each
detected face on the camera view.
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Show face detection area: Show the face detection area on the camera view to
indicate the area where face detection is supported.
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Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity level for face detection.
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Enable card and face mode: Select this option to require a card to be presented and a
face to be detected before access is granted. The LED Indicator will flash red if the
camera reader controller fails to detect the face.
Note:
1. If face detection fails, the card will not be recognized by GV-CS1320.
2. When Card and Face mode is enabled, the cardholder should stand in front of GVCS1320 for at least 5 seconds to allow face detection before presenting the card.
3. When Night mode is enabled, the built-in IR LEDs may be automatically switched off at
the time of face detection for approximately 2 seconds whenever a card is swiped
through GV-CS1320.
[Special View Setting]
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D/N: Sets the Day/Night mode of GV-CS1320.
 Auto: Select Auto for the GV-CS1320 to detect the amount of light present and
automatically switch to monochrome in a poorly-lit scene. Use the drop-down list to
adjust the sensitivity level of light sensor from 1 to 5. The higher the value, the more
sensitive GV-CS1320 is to light.
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 Black and White: Select this option for the live view to be in monochrome.
 Color: Select this option for the live view to be in color.
[BLC] Enable the backlight compensation to adjust the exposure when the subject is
positioned in front of a bright light source.
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4.1.2 Text Overlay
The Text Overlay allows you to overlay any text in any place on the camera view. Up to 16
text messages can be created on one camera view. The overlaid text will be saved in the
recordings.
Figure 4-3
1.
Select the Enable option.
2.
Click Set Font to set up the font, font style and font size in a pop-up window.
3.
Click any place on the image. This dialog box appears.
Figure 4-4
4.
Type the desired text, and click OK. The text is overlaid on the image.
5.
Drag the overlaid text to a desired place on the image.
6.
Click Set Font to modify the font settings.
7.
Click Save to apply the settings, or click Load (Undo) to revert to the last saved setting.
8.
Click Preview to see how the text will appear on the image. Click Close to end the
preview.
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4.2 Access Control
Under Access Control, there are two sections, Basic Setting and Extended Device, you
can choose from to configure the controller settings on the left menu of the Web interface.
4.2.1 Basic Setting
The Basic Setting section covers function setting, door parameter configuration, card setting,
input and other settings.
Changes in some of the Basic Setting page will affect the options available on other pages.
The diagram below shows the relationships between each Basic Setting page.
The Relationship Diagram between each Basic Setting Page
Figure 4-5
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4.2.1.1 Function Setting
With the function setting, you can assign certain authentication methods for controlling a
door/gate or an elevator.
Figure 4-6
[ID] Enter the ID number for the controller. This ID is used by GV-ASManager to differentiate
among multiple units of controllers. The ID number can only be between 1 and 1000.
[Door/Gate #] [Elevator] Select the function type and the authentication mode for the use of
the Doors / Gates / Elevators.
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Function: Select the function for GV-CS1320 to be installed in a general door / parking
place and an elevator for entry or exit access control.
 Door Entry Control
 Parking Entry Control
 Door Exit Control:
 Parking Exit Control
 Elevator Control
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Authentication Mode: Select the authentication mode for the Doors/Gates or Elevator.
 Local Unlock Mode: Remains open. The held-open state cannot be cleared through
GV-ASManager.
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 Local Lock Mode: Remains locked. The locked state cannot be cleared through GVASManager.
 Fixed Card Mode: Grants access after the card is presented or the passcode is
entered, and ignores the authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card + PIN Mode: Grants access after the user presents the card and enters
the card’s PIN code, and ignores the authentication schedule of GV-ASManager.
 Fixed Card/Common mode: Grants access after the user presents the card or
enters the door’s password, and ignores the authentication schedule of GVASManager.
 Authentication Schedule Mode: Follows the authentication schedule set on GVASManager.
 Local Lock Down: Locks down the door. This mode overrides the Authentication
Schedule and the door can only be opened by presenting the assigned access card.
[Series Function (APB & Fire)] This option lets you set the Anti-Passback function and fire
sensor function across multiple door controllers. The Anti-Passback means that a card used
on an entry door cannot access the same entry door again unless it has been used on a
corresponding exit door.
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Enable/Disable: Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function and fire sensor
function.
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Info IP: Enter the IP address of the next corresponding controller.
Note: GV-CS1320 does not support fire sensor inputs. However, the output of GV-CS1320
will be triggered when the fire sensors on one door of its associated controller is triggered.
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4.2.1.2 Door Parameter
The content of the Parameter Configuration page change is based on your settings for
Door/Gate # in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6).
Figure 4-7
[Events]
Set the parameters for the events.
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When Door Control is selected in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Anti-Passback
Enables or disables the Anti-Passback function.
Lock Reset Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a door remains open after which
the door will automatically be locked.
Held Open Time
Sets the time (5 to 9999 sec.) that a door can be held open before
an alarm is generated.
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Fire Action
Locks or unlocks the door when a fire condition occurs. Otherwise,
remains the door’s current state by selecting Unchanged.
Alarm Continuous
Time
Sets the time (1 to 10 sec.) that the alarm will continuously go off
before it ends.
When Parking Control is selected in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6),
these options become available:
Option
Description
Anti-Passback
See the same option above.
Relay On Time
Sets the time (1 to 255 sec.) that a gate remains open after which
the gate will automatically be closed.
Held Open Time
See the same option above.
Fire Action
Alarm Continuous
Time
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When Elevator Control is selected in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6),
these options become available:
Option
Description
Relay on Time
See the same option above.
Fire Action
Alarm Continuous
Time
See the same option above.
Note: GV-CS1320 does not support fire sensor inputs. The Fire Action and Global Fire
Alarm options must work with the Anti-Pass Back (APB).
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[Alarm] Select Yes or No to enable or disable the alarm function. The default settings for all
the alarms are set to NO.
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When Door Control is selected in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6), these
options become available:
Option
Description
Door Held Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is held open over
the set period of time.
Door Forced Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is opened by force.
Door Access Denied
This alarm activates whenever entry is denied due to using
the wrong card or entering the wrong password.
Global Fire
This alarm activates whenever fire is detected.
Urgent Code
This alarm activates whenever an emergency arises at the
door.
[Common Password] When Fixed Card/Common Mode is selected as Authentication
Mode in the Function Configuration page (Figure 4-6), you can gain access by using the
card or entering this Common Password (door’s password).
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4.2.1.3 Card Setting
In the Card Setting page, you can select an identification type for your reader.
Figure 4-8
[Card Identify]
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Identification type: Set the built-in card reader of GV-CS1320 to read UID (unique
identification) or GID (GeoVision identification) on GV-AS ID F Card / Key Fob.
To use GeoVision Identification (GID), make sure there are two numbers on your GV-AS
ID Cards / Key Fobs as shown below. If there is only one number on your GV-AS ID Cards /
Key Fobs, GID is not supported and you must select Unique Identification (UID).
Figure 4-9
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4.2.1.4 Input Setting
The Input Setting is used to define the input devices connected to GV-CS1320.
Figure 4-10
[Input Function]
Set the input contact types to be normally open or normally closed. The default settings for
all the inputs are set to NO.
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Door/Car Sensor
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Door/Gate Button (touch pad)
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4.2.1.5 Other Setting
Here you can specify the encryption code, device port and adjust the SD settings in your GVCS1320.
Figure 4-11
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3DES Code 1-3: Stands for Triple DES (Data Encryption Standard). Type up to three
different keys for data encryption. The default 3DES Code1 is 12345678.

Device Port: Keep the default value 4000 or modify it to match that of GV-ASManager’s.
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SD Card: Indicates the capacity of the SD card inserted and allows you to format the
SD card. To safely remove the inserted SD card, click Unmount. To check and repair
the SD card, click Check.
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4.2.2 Extended Device
You can define the GV-Readers and GV-GF Fingerprint Readers connected to GV-CS1320
through RS-485 or network connection.
4.2.2.1 Extended Reader
Figure 4-12
[GV-Reader / CR420 / GF1921 / 1922 Function] Define the readers connected to the
controller, and then use the Function drop-down list to select the door option associated with
the reader.
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GV-RK1352 / R1352 / DFR1352: Select the RS-485 checkbox and type the Serial
Number of the reader. Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field
need to match the reader’s ID number defined through the GV-RK1352 Config AP.
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Reader 1352 V2: Select the RS-485 checkbox and leave the serial number field blank.
Note that the ID number located next to the serial number field need to match the
reader’s ID number defined by the dip switches on the reader.
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GV-GF1921 / GF1922: Type the MAC address of the fingerprint reader and do not
select the RS-485 checkbox.
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GV-CR420: Select the RS-485 checkbox only if the GV-CR420 is connected to the
controller through RS-485 connection. If the reader is using network connection, do not
check the RS-485 box. Type the MAC address of GV-CR420 if you using the latest GVCR420 firmware.
[Card Identification Type]
Select either UID (unique identification) or GID (GeoVision identification) for your reader.
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[GeoFinger Server IP Address]
To allow GV-ASManager to receive data from the GV-GF1921 / 1922 defined on this page
during remote fingerprint enrollment, type the IP address and port of the GV-ASManager’s
GeoFinger Server.
Note: To allow network connection, you must also enable network connection to the
controller on the Web interface of the GV-CR420 or GV-GF1921 / 1922.
4.2.2.2 Extended IOBOX 4 Ports
For Extended IOBOX Configuration, see Chapter 8 Connecting to GV-I/O Box 4 Ports.
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4.3 Events and Alerts
The Administrator can set up alert methods to receive e-mail notifications when the door is
tampered with.
4.3.1 Email
Figure 4-13
[Enable]
Select Enable to set up e-mail notifications.

Sever URL/IP Address: Type the SMTP Server’s URL address or IP address.

Server Port: Type the SMTP Server’s port number or keep the default value 25.

From email address: Type the sender’s e-mail address.
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Send to: Type the e-mail address(s) you want to send alerts to.
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Alerts interval time in minute: Specify the interval between e-mail alerts. The interval
can be between 0 and 60 minutes. The option is useful for frequent event occurrence.
Any event triggers during the interval period will be ignored.
[Need authentication to login]
If the SMTP Server needs authentication, select this option and type a valid Username and
Password to log in the SMTP server.
[This server requires a secure connection]
If the SMTP Server needs a secure connection (SSL), select this option.
[Email-Alarm Settings]
You can choose to automatically send an e-mail alert under the following conditions:
Option
Description
Door Held Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is held open over the
set period of time.
Door Forced Open
This alarm activates whenever the door is opened by force.
Door Access
Denied
This alarm activates whenever entry is denied due to using
the wrong card or entering the wrong password.
Global Fire
This alarm activates whenever fire is detected.
Urgent Code
This alarm activates whenever an emergency arises at the
door.
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4.3.2 RTSP/ONVIF
The RTSP enables video and audio streaming to your 3G-enabled mobile phone. You can
configure the ONVIF settings for a third-party DVR and access controllers.
Figure 4-14
[RTSP]

Activate Link: Enable the RTSP protocol.

RTSP/TCP Port: Keep the default value 8554, or modify it if necessary.

RTP/UDP Port: Keep the default range from 17300 to 17315, or modify it if necessary.
The number of ports for use is limited to 20.

Max Connection: Set the maximum number of connections to GV-CS1320. The
maximum value is 8.
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Enable Audio: Turns the audio streaming on or off.
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Disable Authentication: By default, when accessing live view through the RTSP
command, the ID and password of GV-CS1320 are required. Select this option to
disable the authentication prompt.
[ONVIF]

Enable Authentication: The ID and password of GV-CS1320 are required to access
GV-CS1320 by a third-party DVR through ONVIF. This function is enabled by default.

Enable Discovery Mode: Allows the third-party DVR to browse GV-CS1320. This
function is enabled by default.
For details on the RTSP command, see RTSP Protocol Support in Appendix B.
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4.4 Network
The Network section includes some basic but important network configurations that enable
the GV-CS1320 to be connected to a TCP/IP network.
4.4.1 Status
You can access an overview of GV-CS1320’s network status.
Figure 4-15
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4.4.2 LAN
According to your network environment, select among DHCP, static IP and PPPoE.
Figure 4-16
[LAN Configuration]

Dynamic IP address: The network environment has a DHCP server which will
automatically assign a dynamic IP address to GV-CS1320. Click the Test DHCP to see
the currently assigned IP address or look up the address using GV-IP Device Utility.

Static IP address: Assign a static IP or fixed IP to GV-CS1320. Type GV-CS1320’s IP
address, Subnet Mask, Router/Gateway, Primary DNS server and Secondary DNS
server.
Parameters
Default
IP address
192.168.0.10
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Router/Gateway
192.168.0.1
Primary DNS server
192.168.0.1
Secondary DNS server
192.168.0.2
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PPPoE: The network environment is xDSL connection. Type the Username and
Password provided by ISP to establish the connection. If you use the xDSL connection
with dynamic IP addresses, first use the DDNS function to obtain a domain name linking
to GV-CS1320’s changing IP address.
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4.4.3 Advanced TCP/IP
This section introduces the advanced TCP/IP settings, including the DDNS Server, HTTPS
port, streaming port, UPnP and QoS.
Figure 4-17
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[Dynamic DNS Server Settings]
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) provides a convenient way of accessing GVCS1320 when using a dynamic IP. DDNS assigns a domain name to GV-CS1320, so that
the Administrator does not need to go through the trouble of checking if the IP address
assigned by DHCP Server or ISP (in xDSL connection) has changed.
Before enabling the following DDNS function, the Administrator should have applied for a
Host Name from the DDNS service provider’s website. There are 3 providers listed in GVCS1320: GeoVision GVDIP, GeoVision DDNS Server and DynDNS.org.
To enable the DDNS function:
1. Enable: Enable the DDNS function.
2. Service Provider: Select the DDNS service provider you have registered with.
3. Host Name: Type the host name used to link to GV-CS1320. For users of GeoVision
DDNS Server, it is unnecessary to fill the field because the system will detect the host name
automatically.
4. User Name: Type the user name used to enable the service from the DDNS.
5. Password: Type the password used to enable the service from the DDNS.
6. Click Apply.
[HTTPS Settings]
By enabling the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) settings, you can access GVCS1320 through a secure protocol. You can use self-generated Certificate File and
Certificate Key File or the ones verified by the SSL authority. Click Browse to locate the
Certificate File and Certificate Key File and type the password if the .pem files are protected
by password. Click Apply. The Web interface will be restarted and you will need to log in
again.
Note: The .pem file format is supported by the Certificate File and Certificate Key File.
[GV-IPCAM Streaming Port Settings]
The VSS port enables your GV-CS1320 to be connected to the GV-System / GV-VMS and to
send images to GV-ASManager. The default setting is 10000.
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[UPnP Settings]
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play) is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among
networking equipment, software and peripherals of the 400+ vendors that are part of the
Universal Plug and Play Forum. It means that they are listed in the network devices table for
the operating system (such as Windows XP) supported by this function. Enabling this
function, you can connect to GV-CS1320 directly by clicking on the camera listed in the
network devices table.
[QoS Settings]
The Quality of Service (QoS) is a bandwidth control mechanism that guarantees delaysensitive data flows such as voice and video streams and obtains a certain amount of
bandwidth to keep the streaming smooth.
To apply QoS to the camera reader, all network routers must support QoS and QoS must be
enabled on these devices. To enable the QoS on the camera, enter a Differentiated Services
Code Point (DSCP) value. This value is a field in an IP packet that enables different levels of
services for the network traffic. When the video stream from the camera reaches a router, the
DSCP value will tell the router what service level to be applied, e.g. the bandwidth amount.
This value ranges from 0 to 63 in decimal format. The default value is 0, meaning QoS is
disabled.
Note: If you do not intend to connect GV-CS1320 to the network, disable this function to
prevent automatic reboot.
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4.4.4 IP Filtering
The Administrator can set IP filtering to restrict access to GV-CS1320.
Figure 4-18
To enable the IP Filter function:
1. Enable IP Filtering: Enable the IP Filtering function.
2. Filtered IP: Type the IP address from which you want to restrict the access.
3. Action to take: Select the action of Allow or Deny to be taken by the IP address(es) you
have specified.
4. Click Apply.
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4.4.5 SNMP Setting
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) allows you to monitor the status of GVCS1320 through SNMP network management software.
Figure 4-19
To set up the SNMP settings:
1. Select Enable SNMPv1 SNMPv2c to enable the function.
2. To enable access to Read/Write Name, type a community string. This will serve as a
password to allow read and write access to GV-CS1320 from the SNMP software.
3. To enable Read Only Name, type a community string to allow read-only access to the
camera from the SNMP software.
4. For a more secured connection, select Enable SNMPv3 to enable SNMP version 3.
5. To enable access to Read/Write Name, type a community string.
6. Select an Authentication Type to be used for SNMP requests.
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7. Type the Authentication Password and Current Password (Encrypted). You will need
to type these passwords in the SNMP software to be able to access GV-CS1320.
8. To enable access to Read Only Name, type a community string to allows read-only
access to GV-CS1320, and set up the Authentication Type, Authentication Password
and the Current Password (Encrypted).
9. Click Apply to save the settings.
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4.5 Management
The Management section includes the settings of data and time and user account. You can
also view the firmware version and execute certain system operations.
4.5.1 Date and Time Settings
The date and time settings are used for date and time stamps on the image.
Figure 4-20
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[Date & Time on GV-IPCAM] Displays the current date and time on GV-CS1320
[Time Zone] Sets the time zone for local settings. Select Enable Daylight Saving Tim to
automatically adjust GV-CS1320 for daylight saving time. Select the Start and Stop time to
enable the daylight saving function.
[Synchronized with a Network Time Server] By default, GV-CS1320 uses the timeserver
of time.windows.com to automatically update its internal clock every 24 hours at the Update
Time you specified. You can also change the host name or IP setting to the timeserver of
interest.
[Synchronized with your computer or modify manually] Manually changes GV-CS1320’s
date and time or synchronize the camera access controller’s date and time with those of the
local computer.
[Date and time overlay setting] Select the display format of date and time stamps on the
image. For this function to work, you must also enable the Overlaid with date stamps and
Overlaid with time stamps options in Figure 4-2b.
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4.5.2 User Account
You can change the Administrator’s login name and password.

The default Administrator login name and password are admin.

To remain logged in after reboot, select Disable auto logout after reboot.
Figure 4-21
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4.5.3 Log Information
The log information contains dump data that is used by service personnel for analyzing
problems.
Figure 4-22
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4.5.4 Tools
You can use additional tools to execute certain system operations and view the firmware
version.
Figure 4-23
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[Host Settings] Enter a descriptive name for GV-CS1320.
[Auto Reboot Setup] Select Enable to activate automatic reboot and specify the time for
reboot in the sub fields.

Day Interval: Type the day interval between each automatic reboot.

Reboot Time: Use the drop-down lists to specify the time for automatic reboot.
[Firmware Update] Displays the firmware version of GV-CS1320.
[System Settings]
Clicking the first Load Default button will restore GV-CS1320 to factory default settings.
Clicking the second Load Default button will restore GV-CS1320 to factory default settings
(Except network).
Note: After clicking the first default function, you will need to configure the camera access
controller’s network setting again.
[Internal Temperature] Displays the chipset temperature inside GV-CS1320.
[Reboot] Click the Reboot button will make GV-CS1320 perform the software reset.
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4.5.5 Language
You can select the language for the Web interface.
Figure 4-24
Use the Language drop-down list to select a language for the Web interface. By default, the
language on the Web interface will be the same with the one used for the operating system.
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4.6 SIP
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is an IP telephony signaling protocol for Voice over Internet
Protocol (VoIP) calls. You can connect to a SIP server and configure VoIP service on the
setting page. The GV-CS1320 can then place a call to the operator with an IP phone or a
computer with VoIP software. With VoIP, the operator can communication with the visitor and
enter the access code to open the door.
Figure 4-25
Note:
1. SIP is supported by GV-CS1320 firmware V1.11 or later.
2. Video communications are not supported in the VoIP service.
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Figure 4-26
[SIP Server Setting]
Select Enable to apply the following setting:

User Name: Type the phone number of GV-CS1320 registered on SIP Server.

Password: Type the password of GV-CS1320 registered on SIP Server.

SIP Server Address: Type the IP Address of SIP Server.

SIP Server Port: Type the SIP Server’s port number or keep the default value 5060.
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[SIP Incoming Call Setting]
Select Decline to reject phone calls from SIP server to GV-CS1320. It indicates that the
operator cannot talk to the visitor.
[SIP Outgoing Call Setting]
Select Enable Alternate to allow GV-CS1320 to make phone calls to at most three phone
numbers registered on SIP server. If unanswered, GV-CS1320 will automatically forward the
call to the next two phone numbers.

Primary Outgoing Call SIP Name: Type the first phone number for GV-CS1320 to call.

Alternate Outgoing Call SIP Name: Type the second phone number for GV-CS1320 to
call.

Alternate Outgoing Call SIP Name: Type the third phone number for GV-CS1320 to
call.
[SIP Access Code]
Click Enable Access Code so that the operator / phone call receiver of GV-CS1320 can
take the phone call and enter the access code to open the door.

Access Code: Type at most 4 digits, including * and #, to be the access code of the
door.
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5 Advanced Applications
Chapter 5 Advanced Applications
This chapter introduces more advanced applications.
5.1 Upgrading System Firmware
GeoVision periodically releases the updated firmware on the website. The new firmware can
be simply loaded into GV-CS1320 using the Web interface or the IP Device Utility included
on the Software DVD.
Important Notes before You Start
Before you start updating the firmware, please read these important notes:
1. If you use the IP Device Utility for firmware upgrade, the computer used to upgrade
firmware must be under the same network of GV-CS1320.
2. Stop the connection to GV-DVR/NVR/VMS.
3. Stop all the remote connections, including RTSP.
4. While the firmware is being updated, the power supply and network connection must not
be interrupted.
WARNING: The interruption of power supply during updating causes not only update
failures but also damages to your camera access controller. In this case, please contact
your sales representative and send your device back to GeoVision for repair.
5. Do not turn the power off for 10 minutes after the firmware is updated.
6. If firmware upgrade fails, you will need to restore the GV-CS1320 to the default settings.
For details, see 5.3 Restoring to Factory Default Settings in the User’s Manual.
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5.1.1 Using the Web Interface
1. In the Live View window, click the Show System Menu button (No. 8, Figure 3-4) and
select Remote Config. This dialog box appears.
Figure 5-1
2. Click the Browse button to locate the firmware file (.img) saved at your local computer.
3. Click the Upgrade button to process the upgrade.
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5.1.2 Using the IP Device Utility
The IP Device Utility provides a direct way to upgrade the firmware for multiple cameras
and/or camera access controllers. Note the computer used to upgrade firmware must be
under the same network of the camera / the camera access controller.
1. Insert the Software DVD, select IP Device Utility, and follow the onscreen instructions to
install the program.
2. Double-click the GV IP Device Utility icon created on your desktop. This dialog box
appears.
Figure 5-2
3. Click the Search button
to locate the available cameras / camera access controllers
on the same LAN or click the New button and type the IP address to locate the camera /
the camera access controller over the Internet.
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4. Double-click a camera / a camera access controller in the list. This dialog box appears.
Figure 5-3
5. Click the Firmware Upgrade tab. This dialog box appears.
Figure 5-4
6. Click the Browse button to locate the firmware file (.img) saved at your local computer.
7. If you would like to upgrade all cameras / camera access controllers of the same model
in the list, check Upgrade all devices.
8. Type Password, and click Upgrade to process the upgrade.
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5.2 Backing Up and Restoring Settings
With the IP Device Utility included on the Software DVD, you can back up the configurations
in GV-CS1320, and restore the backup data to the current unit or import it to another unit.
5.2.1 Backing Up the Settings
1. Run IP Device Utility and locate GV-CS1320. See Steps 1-3 in 5.1.2 Using the IP
Device Utility.
2. Double-click GV-CS1320 in the list. Figure 5-3 appears.
3. Click the Export Settings button. This dialog box appears.
Figure 5-5
4. Click the Browse button to assign a file path.
5. Type the Password, and click Export Settings to save the backup file.
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5.2.2 Restoring the Settings
1. In Figure 5-3, click the Import Settings tab. This dialog box appears.
Figure 5-6
2. Click the Browse button to locate the exported file (.dat).
3. Select Upgrade all devices to apply the settings to all devices of the same model in the
same LAN. To import password settings and/or network settings, select Password
Settings and/or Network settings.
4. Click the Update Settings button to start restoring.
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5.3 Restoring to Factory Default Settings
You can restore GV-CS1320 to factory default settings using the Web interface or directly on
the camera.
To restore to default settings using the Web interface:
1. In the left menu, select Management and select Tools.
2. Under the System Settings section, click the Load Default button.
To restore to default settings directly on the camera access controller:
1. Unplug the power cable.
2. Use a pointy object such as the tip of a pen to hold down the Load default button (No. 7,
Figure 1-3) while plugging the power cable.
3. Wait until the status LED blinks twice to release the Load default button. The process
takes about 5 seconds.
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5.4 Verifying Watermark
The watermark is an encrypted and digital signature embedded in the video stream during
the compression stage, protecting the video from the moment of its creation. Watermarking
ensures that an image is not edited or damaged after it is recorded. To enable the watermark
function, see [Watermark], 4.1.1 Video Settings.
The Watermark Proof is a watermark-checking program. It can verify the authenticity of the
recording before you present it in court.
5.4.1 Accessing AVI Files
To verify watermark, first you have to access the recorded AVI files by one of these methods:
1. Use the File Save function on the Live View window (No. 6, Figure 3-4) to start recording
on the local computer.
5.4.2 Running Watermark Proof
1. Install Watermark Proof from the Software DVD. After installation, a WMProof icon is
created on your desktop.
2. Double-click the created icon. The Water Mark Proof window appears.
3. Click File from the menu bar and select Open and locate the recording (.avi). The
selected recording is then listed on the window. Alternatively, you can drag the recording
directly from the storage folder to the window.
4. If the recording is unmodified, a check will appear in the Pass column. On the contrary, if
the recording is modified or does not contain watermark during recording, a check mark
will appear in the Failed column. To review the recording, double-click the listed file on
the window.
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5.4.3 The Watermark Proof Window
Figure 5-7
The controls in the window:
No. Name
Description
1
Open File
Opens the recorded file.
2
First Frame
Goes to the first frame of the file.
3
Play
Plays the file.
4
Previous Frame
Goes to the previous frame of the file.
5
Next Frame
Goes to the next frame of the file.
6
Previous Watermarked
Frame
Goes to the previous frame that contains watermark.
7
Next Watermarked Frame
Goes to the next frame that contains watermark.
8
Original vs. Extracted
The Extracted icon should be identical to the Original
icon. If not, it indicates the recording has been
tampered with.
9
File List
Displays the proof results.
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Chapter 6 DVR Configurations
The GV-DVR / NVR / VMS provide a complete video management, such as video viewing,
recording, playback, alert settings and almost every feature of the system. The integration
specifications are listed below:
1. GV-CS1320 is compatible with GV-System (GV-DVR / NVR) V8.6.2.0 with patch or later.
2. GV-CS1320 is compatible with GV-VMS V15.10.
3. The maximum number of streams supported by GV-CS1320 is 5. When GV-CS1320 is
connected to IE browser or any other applications, it takes up 1 stream. When GVCS1320 is connected to GV-DVR / NVR / GV-VMS, it takes up 2 streams.
Maximum number of streams
5
Connection from one GV-DVR /
NVR / VMS
Takes up 2 streams
Connection to one GV-ASManager
Takes up 2 streams
One connection to Web interface
Takes up 1 stream
Note:
1.
The above maximum numbers of streams are based on the maximum resolution for
the camera access controller and the codec H.264.
2.
By default, GV-CS1320 is in dual streams and will take up 2 streams when connected
to GV-System (GV-DVR/NVR) / GV-VMS.
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GV-DVR / NVR / VMS Connection
Figure 6-1
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6.1 Setting up GV-CS1320 on GV-System
To set up GV-CS1320 and receive live view on the GV-System, follow these steps:
1.
On the main screen, click the Configure button, select System Configure, select
Camera Install and click IP Camera Install. This dialog box appears.
Figure 6-2

To automatically set up GV-CS1320, click Scan Camera to detect any GV-IP
devices on the LAN.
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To manually set up GV-CS1320, click Add Camera. Follow steps 2 to 7.
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DVR Configurations
Click Add Camera. This dialog box appears.
Figure 6-3
3.
Type the IP address, username and password of GV-CS1320. Modify the default HTTP
port if necessary. Select GeoVision from the Brand drop-down list and select the model
from the Device drop-down list. This dialog box appears.
Figure 6-4
4.
Click Query to acquire the information from GV-CS1320. The video streaming port
should match the VSS port on GV-CS1320. The default port number is 10000.
5.
Click Apply. GV-CS1320 is added to the connection list.
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6.
Click the listed camera access controller and select Display position to map the IP
camera access controller to a channel on the GV-System.
Figure 6-5
7.
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6.1.1 Customizing the Basic Settings
After GV-CS1320 is connected and assigned with a display position, you can configure the
GV-CS1320’s settings such as frame rate, codec type and resolution. Right-click the desired
camera access controller to see the following list of options:
Figure 6-6

Remote Camera Setting: Accesses the configuration interface of the connected device.

Network Time Out: When network disconnection exceeds the specified time period, the
camera status will be displayed as Connection Lost.

On Demand Display: Enable automatic adjustment of live view resolution. Refer to the
On Demand Display section in DVR User’s Manual for more details.

Change live view codec: Changes the code type of the live view.

Change record codec: Change the codec type to record in.

Live view frame rate control (Sub stream): Sets the live view of the sub stream to
help reduce the CPU usage. If you have set the live view codec to be MJPEG, select the
number of frames to allow in a second. If the live view codec selected is H.264, select
one of the following options:
 Maximum Live-view Frame Rate: View the video at the maximum frame rate
possible.
 Live-view Key Frame only: You can choose to view the key frames of the videos
only instead of all frames on the live view. This option is related to the GOP setting
of the IP camera. For example, if the GOP value is set to 30, there is only one key
frame among 30 frames.

Live view frame rate control (Main stream): Sets the live view frame rate of the main
stream with higher resolution when On Demand function is enabled. Refer to the sub
stream setting above to see the options available.
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Image Orientation: You can adjust the image orientation by selecting Normal,
Horizontal Mirror, Vertical Flip or Rotate 180°.

Frames to keep in live view buffer: Specifies the number of frames to keep in the live
view buffer.

Recording Codec Format: Specifies whether to record in standard or GeoVision type
of MJPEG H.264 codec.

Automatically Adjust DST: If enabled, the time on the GV-IP device Web interface will
be synchronized with the time of the GV-System when DST period starts or ends on the
GV-System.
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6.2 Setting up GV-CS1320 on GV-VMS
Follow the steps below to manually connect your GV-CS1320 to GV-VMS.
1. To access the IP Device Setup page, click Home
, select Toolbar
, click Configure
and select Camera Install.
Figure 6-7
2. Click Add Camera
. This dialog box appears.
Figure 6-8
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3. Type the IP address, username and password of the GV-CS1320. Modify the default
HTTP port 80 if necessary.
4. Select GeoVision and model name from the Brand drop-down list and select the GVCS1320 from the Device drop-down lists. This dialog box appears.
Figure 6-9
5. In the dialog box, configure the options.

Dual Streams: Select this option to apply the dual-streaming settings (lower
resolution for live view and higher resolution for recording).

Query: Detect and apply the current codec and resolution setting on GV-CS1320.

Port: Modify the video streaming port number if necessary.
6. Click Apply to add the GV-CS1320 to the list.
7. To connect the added GV-CS1320, click the box besides the ID column. Upon successful
connection, the Status icon shows green, with the video resolution and bit rate being
displayed in the correspondent columns.
Figure 6-10
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Chapter 7 Mobile Phone Connection
Using iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android Smartphones, you can now remotely watch live
view with GV-CS1320.
The latest information on GeoVision mobile applications is available at
http://www.geovision.com.tw/english/5_4.asp. Click the link and select the GV-Access
application.
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Chapter 8 Connecting to GV-I/O Box 4
Ports
GV-I/O Box 4 Ports provides extra protection for GV-CS1320. The wiring of a locking device
to be secured inside the door can prevent outside intruders from shorting the wires together
and opening the door.
Figure 8-1
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8.1 Physical Connection
Connect the RS-485 wires from the GV-CS1320 to GV-I/O Box 4 Ports.
Figure 8-2
The table below shows the wire assignments of RS-485 connection on GV-CS1320.
Wire color
Definition
Red
12V DC
Black
GND
Blue
RS-485 +
Light Blue
RS-485 -
For GV-I/O Box 4 Ports, four Door Entry / Exit Control related functions such as Door Sensor,
Door / Gate Button, Fire Sensor, and Tamper Sensor are available for users. The table below
specifies the corresponding input and output pins for each function.
GV-I/O Box wiring
Sensor / Button
Input Pins on GV-I/O Box
Output Pins on GV-I/O Box
Door Sensor
Input 1
(to trigger) Output 2
Door / Gate Button
Input 2
(to trigger) Output 1
Fire Sensor
Input 3
(to trigger) Output 2
Tamper Sensor
Input 4
(to trigger) Output 2
Note:
1. The pin of Output 1 is for opening the door and Output 2 for sending the alarm. The
pins of Output 3 and Output 4 on I/O Box are not functional in the application.
2. GV-I/O Box 8 Ports and GV-I/O Box 16 Ports are not supported.
3. When GV-I/O Box 4 Ports is properly installed in the application, the door sensor
(yellow) and door button (light red) wires of GV-CS1320 will no longer be effective.
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8.2 Setting up GV-CS1320
After establishing connections among GV-CS1320, GV-I/O Box, door button and sensors,
you need to set up GV-CS1320 to identify all these connected input devices.
1. Log on the Web interface of GV-CS1320.
2. Under Access Control, select Extended IOBOX Configuration to access the four
functions of GV-I/O Box.
Figure 8-3
All input devices are dry contact and can be configured as normally open (NO) or normally
closed (NC) on the configuration page.
[IOBOX Function]

External IOBOX: activate the external I/O box.

ID: Type the ID set on GV-I/O Box.

Door / Car Sensor: When the door is forcibly opened, Door Sensor will trigger
Forced Open. If Forced Open is selected on GV-ASManager, GV-CS1320 will send
forth alarm sound.

Door / Gate Button: When Door / Gate Button gets triggered, the door will be
opened.

Fire Sensor: When the flame detector senses fire, Fire Sensor will be triggered. If
Fire Alarm is selected on GV-ASManager, GV-CS1320 will send forth alarm sound.

Tamper Sensor: When GV-CS1320 is being physically tampered with, the event will
show on GV-ASManager.
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3. Click Apply. The green light represents the active connection between GV-CS1320 and
GV-I/O Box whereas a red light indicates otherwise.
Note:
1. GV-I/O Box application is only supported by the Authentication Mode of Door Entry
and Exit Control. Parking and Elevator Control related functions are not supported.
2. GV-I/O Box 4 Ports is supported by GV-CS1320 firmware V1.11 or later.
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Specifications
Camera
Image Sensor
1/2.8" progressive scan super low lux CMOS
Picture Elements
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Minimum Illumination
B/W
0.02 Lux
Shutter Speed
Automatic, Manual (1/5 ~ 1/8000 sec)
White Balance
Automatic, Manual (2800K ~ 8500K)
S/N Ratio
52 dB
Optics Lens
Megapixel
Yes
Day / Night function
Yes (with removable IR-cut filter)
Lens Type
Fixed
Focal Length
1.7 mm
Maximum Aperture
F/2.5
Mount
M12
Image Format
1/2.8"
Horizontal FOV
180°
IR LED Quantity
2
Max. IR Distance
3 m (9.84 ft.)
Operation
Video Compression
H.264, MJPEG
Video Streaming
Dual Streams from H.264 and MJPEG
Video
Resolution
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Stream 1
1920 x 1080 (16.9)
Stream 2
640 x 360 (16:9)
Specifications
Frame Rate
15 fps at 1920 x 1080
Image Setting
Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, Gamma,
White Balance, Image Orientation, Shutter Speed
Audio Compression
G.711, AAC (Optional)
* The frame rate and the performance may vary depending on the number of connections
and data bitrates (different scenes).
Network
Interface
10/100 Ethernet
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, TCP, UDP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, NTP,
UPnP, DynDNS, 3GPP/ISMA RTSP, PSIA, SNMP, QoS
(DSCP) , ONVIF (Profile S) and (Profile C)
Mechanical
Local Storage
Micro SD card
Lens Mounting
M12
Power
2-pin terminal block
Ethernet
Ethernet (10/100 Base-T), RJ-45 Connector
RS-485
RS-485 +, RS-485 –
Audio
Built-in microphone and speaker
Connectors
Reader
LED
Red, Green Yellow and Blue LED
Beeper
Buzzer
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General
Operating Temperature
-20°C ~ 50 °C (-4 °F ~ 122 °F)
Humidity
10% to 90% (no condensation)
Power Source
12V DC, 2.5A / PoE (IEEE 802.3at)
Maximum Power
Consumption
25.5 W
Regulatory
CE, FCC, RCM, RoHS compliant
Dimension
137 x 80 x 34.5 mm (5.4 x 3.15 x 1.36 in)
Weight
315 g (0.69 lb)
Web Interface
Installation Management
Web-based configuration
Maintenance
Firmware upgrade through Web Browser or Utility
Access from Web Browser
Camera live view, change video quality, bandwidth
control, image snapshot, audio, picture in picture, picture
and picture
Language
English / French / Portuguese / Russian / Spanish /
Traditional Chinese
Application
Network Storage
GV-System (GV-DVR/NVR), GV-VMS
Mobile Phone Support
embedded 3GPP/ISAMA browser
Live Viewing
Browser (IE, Edge, Chrome, Firefox)
Access Control / LPR
Management
GV-ASManager
Controller
CPU
32-bit RISC microprocessor
Number of User Cards
40,000 cards (networked mode)
Frequency
13.56 MHz for ISO14443A (Mifare DESFire, Mifare Plus
and Mifare Classic)
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Specifications
Event Buffer
50,000 events and log data
RS-485 Interface
1 RS-485 interface for GV-Readers (max. 2 readers)
TCP/IP Interface
1 TCP/IP interface for GV-CR420 and GV-GF1921 / 1922
(max. 2 readers)
Communication Protocol
TCP/IP
Digital I/O
2 inputs, dry contact NO/NC
Supported ID Formats
1 relay outputs (30V DC, 0.5A)
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix
A. RTSP Protocol Support
The camera reader can support RTSP protocol for both video and audio streaming.
If you are using Quick Time player, use the following RTSP command:
rtsp://<IP of the camera reader>:8554/<CH No.>.sdp
For example, rtsp://192.168.3.111:8554/CH001.sdp
If you are using VLC player, use the following RTSP command:
rtsp://<ID>:<Password>@<IP of the camera reader>:8554/<CH No.>.sdp
For example, rtsp://admin:[email protected]:8554/CH001.sdp
Note:
1.
RTSP streaming is supported over HTTP, UDP and TCP.
2.
The RTSP protocol must be enabled on the Web interface. See 4.3.8 RTSP.
3.
Only VLC and QuickTime players are supported for streaming video via RTSP
protocol.
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Appendix
B. The CGI Command
You can use the CGI command to obtain a snapshot of the live view without logging in the
Web interface or to access the User Account Web interface. For a camera reader with the
following details:
IP address: 192.168.2.11
Username: admin
Password: admin
Desired stream: 1
Type the following into your web browser to obtain a snapshot:
http://192.168.2.11/PictureCatch.cgi?username=admin&password=admin&channel=1
Type the following into your web browser to access the User Account Web interface:
http://192.168.2.11/ConfigPage.cgi?username=admin&password=admin&page=UserSetting
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