User's Manual
H.264 MINI DOME NETWORK CAMERA
ZN-MDI243M-IR
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with a dry cloth.
7) Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
that produce heat.
9) Only use the attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
10) Use only with a cart, stand, tripod or bracket specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
12) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
13) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has be
en damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled o
r objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, doe
s not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Caution
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of
electric shock does not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions
unless you are qualified to do so.
In USA and Canada, Use Class 2 Power Supply Only
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Contents
1. PRODUCT FEATURES ...................................................................................................................... 4
2. ACCESSING THE CAMERA .............................................................................................................. 9
2.1 ACCESS FROM A BROWSER ............................................................................................................... 9
2.2 ACCESSING THE CAMERA FROM THE INTERNET................................................................................. 10
2.3 ADJUSTING THE IMAGE ANGLE ......................................................................................................... 10
2.4 THE LIVE VIEW PAGE ...................................................................................................................... 10
2.5 VIDEO STREAM TYPES .................................................................................................................... 11
2.6 HOW TO STREAM H.264 ................................................................................................................. 11
3. THE SETUP ...................................................................................................................................... 12
4. ANALOG OUTPUT .......................................................................................................................... 13
4.1 ANALOG OUTPUT SETUP ................................................................................................................ 13
5. VIDEO ............................................................................................................................................... 13
5.1 CODEC .......................................................................................................................................... 13
5.2 CAMERA ........................................................................................................................................ 16
5.2.1 Exposure Control .................................................................................................................. 16
5.2.2 Day & Night Control .............................................................................................................. 17
5.2.3 White Balance Control .......................................................................................................... 17
5.2.4 Image Property Control ......................................................................................................... 17
6. LIVE .................................................................................................................................................. 18
6.1 SETUP ......................................................................................................................................... 18
6.2 PRIVACY MASKING....................................................................................................................... 19
7. FTP.................................................................................................................................................... 20
7.1 FTP > CONFIG ............................................................................................................................... 20
7.2 FTP > EVENT ................................................................................................................................ 20
7.3 FTP > PERIODICAL ........................................................................................................................ 21
8. EVENT .............................................................................................................................................. 22
8.1 EVENT > MOTION ........................................................................................................................... 22
8.2 EVENT > MAPPING ......................................................................................................................... 23
9. NETWORK ........................................................................................................................................ 24
9.1 NETWORK > IP SETUP.................................................................................................................... 24
9.2 NETWORK > SERVICE PORT ........................................................................................................... 26
9.3 NETWORK > RTP ........................................................................................................................... 26
9.4 NETWORK > E-MAIL........................................................................................................................ 27
9.5 NETWORK > DDNS ........................................................................................................................ 27
9.6 NETWORK > UPNP ........................................................................................................................ 28
10. SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................... 29
10.1 SYSTEM > USER .......................................................................................................................... 29
10.2 SYSTEM > DATE & TIME ............................................................................................................... 30
10.3 SYSTEM > MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................. 31
10.4 SYSTEM > INFORMATION............................................................................................................... 33
11. DIMENSION (MM)........................................................................................................................... 34
12. SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................. 35
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1. Product Features
The GANZ PixelPro (ZN-MDI243M-IR)) is a high performance H.264 network
camera, designed for demanding security installations. It delivers crisp, clear images,
disclosing every detail, thanks to its top quality Megapixel progressive CMOS sensor
and advanced image processing.
Supported by the industry’s largest base of video management software, the GANZ
PIxelPro provides the perfect solution for securing bank offices, airports and other
facilities, and for traffic surveillance, over IP based networks.
The optimal Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) support power to the camera to be
delivered via the network, eliminating the need for a power outlet and reducing
installation costs. Steady power could be guaranteed with a central Uninterruptible
Power Supply (UPS).
The GANZ PixelPro offers a comprehensive set of network security and
management features.
This includes support for port based network control (IEEE802.1X), which allows the
camera to be connected to a network secured with this control, and HTTPS
encryption, which provides a secure channel between camera and application. It also
enables authentication of the video source. Video products are efficiently managed
with the powerful GANZ PixelPro Camera Management tool, which is provided on
the Installation CD which comes with each GANZ PixelPro camera.
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1. Control Button
This button has 3 functions by pressing time.
1) Switch NTSC / PAL format (less than 1 second)
2) System reboot (around 5 seconds)
3) Factory Default Reset (More than 10 seconds)
2. Status
LED
LED Color
Green
Indication
System Status
On
Steady for correct power and activity.
Flash
Camera is booting up.
Unlit
Red
-
No network connection established.
When no or incorrect power is supplied.
On
Camera reset is started.
Flash
Factory Default is started.
3. Reset Button
Press this button to restore the camera.
4. Video output for service monitor
This analog video output is available.
5. Network connector
The GANZ PixelPro (ZN-MB243M) connects to the network via a standard network
cable, and automatically detects the speed of the local network segment
(10BaseT/100BaseTX Ethernet). This socket could also be used to power the GANZ
PixelPro via Power over Ethernet (PoE). The camera auto-senses the correct power
level when using a PoE (Class 2) switch, router or injector.
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Installation Preparation
1) Remove Dome Cover
- Please turn counterclockwise the dome cover by grasping the bottom of the
camera.
2) Adjustment Image position
ROTATE (±90°)
TILT (0~75°)
PAN (±178°)
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Mounting to a Ceiling / Wall
Secure the camera to ceiling or wall with supplied tapping screws like below.
1) In Ceiling Mount
Tapping Screw
M4x30 (2)
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2) Surface Mount
Anchor (2)
Tapping Screw
M4x30 (2)
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2. Accessing the Camera
Follow the instructions in the GANZ PixelPro Installation Guide to install the camera.
The GANZ PixelPro could be accessed with most standard operating systems and
browsers. The recommended browser is Internet Explorer for Windows with other
operating systems.
2.1 Access from a browser
1. Start a browser (Internet Explorer)
2. Enter the IP address or host name of the camera in the Location/Address field of
your browser. Press Enter.
3. Login dialog will appear when the camera is accessed for the first time.
4. The default user name is ADMIN, and password is 1234.
5. The camera’s Live View page is now displayed in your browser.
Note: The layout of the live view page in the camera may have been customized to
meet specific requirements. Consequently, some of the examples and
functions featured here may differ from those displayed on your own Live View
page.
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2.2 Accessing the camera from the Internet
Once installed, the camera is accessible on the local network (LAN). Configure the
router/firewall to allow incoming data traffic to access the camera from the Internet.
For security reasons this is usually done on a specific port. Please refer to the
documentation for router/firewall for further instructions.
2.3 Adjusting the Image angle
To adjust the image angle.
1. Open the Live View page in your web browser.
- Select the Setup tab, and open the Analog output page.
- Select the ‘Video Format'.
2. Connect supplied video monitor cable to video output connector, then connect it to
analog monitor with coaxial cable.
- Adjust lens position.
Or otherwise check the image from the Live View page on your web browser.
- Adjust lens position.
2.4 The Live View page
Enable/Disable PC Speaker output
Enable/Disable PC Microphone input
Digital Zoom
Snap Shot
Full Screen
Video Stream change: First stream  Second stream
Play: Click this button by manually to start the stream
Stop: Click this button by manually to stop streaming
NOTE: It is possible that not all the buttons described below will be visible unless the
Live View page has been customized to display them.
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2.5 Video stream types
H.264 protocols and communication methods
• RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) is a protocol that allows programs to manage
the real-time transmission of multimedia data, via unicast or multicast.
• RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) serves as a control protocol, to negotiate the
type of transport protocol to use for the stream. RTSP is used by a viewing client to
start a unicast session.
• UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is a communications protocol that offers limited
service for exchanging data in a network which uses the Internet Protocol (IP).
UDP is an alternative to the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). The advantage of
UDP is that, it is not required to deliver all data and may drop network packets when
there is network congestion. This is suitable for live video, as there is no point in retransmitting old information that will not be displayed anyway.
• Unicasting is communication between a single sender and a single receiver over a
network. This means that the video stream goes independently to each user, and
each user gets own stream. A benefit of unicasting is, in case one stream fails, it
only affects one user.
• Multicasting(Will be supported)is bandwidth-conserving technology that reduces
bandwidth usage by simultaneously delivering a single stream of information to
multiple network recipients. This technology is used primarily on delimited networks
(intranets), as each user needs an uninterrupted data flow and should not rely on
network routers.
2.6 How to stream H.264
Deciding on the combination of protocols and methods to use depends on your
viewing requirements, and on the properties of your network. Setting the preferred
method(s) is done in webpage.
RTP+RTSP
This method (actually RTP over UDP and RTSP over TCP) should be your first
consideration for live video, especially when it is important to always have an up-todate video stream, even if some images are lost due to network problems. This could
be configured as multicast or unicast.
RTP/RTSP/Multicasting (Will be supported) provides the most efficient usage of
bandwidth, especially when there are large numbers of clients viewing
simultaneously. Note however, that a multicast broadcast could not pass a network
router unless the router is configured to allow this. For example, It is impossible to
multicast over the Internet.
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RTP/RTSP/Unicasting should be used for video-on-demand broadcasting, so that
there is no video traffic on the network until a client connects and requests the
stream. However, as more and more unicast clients get connected, the traffic on the
network will increase and may cause congestion. Although there is a maximum of 10
unicast viewers, note that all multicast users combined count as 1 unicast viewer.
RTP/RTSP
This unicast method is RTP tunneled over RTSP. This could be used to exploit the
fact that it is relatively simple to configure firewalls to allow RTSP traffic.
3. The Setup
The GANZ PixelPro is configured from the Setup link, which is available on the top
left hand side in the web interface. This configuration could be done by:
• Administrators, who have unrestricted access to all settings under the Setup tab.
Accessing the Setup link from a browser
1. Start your web browser and enter the IP address or host name of the camera into
the address bar.
2. The Live View page is now displayed. Click on the Setup tap.
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4. Analog output
4.1 Analog Output Setup
Analog output allows selection of output format of the analog BNC output from
the camera.
NTSC, PAL: Analog Output is selectable.
5. Video
The following descriptions show examples of some of the features available in the
GANZ PixelPro.
5.1 Codec
These are the tools for adjusting the H.264 settings and controlling the video bit rate.
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H.264
This is a video compression standard that makes good use of bandwidth and which
could provide high-quality video streams at less than 1 Mbit/s.
The H.264 standard provides scope for a large range of different coding tools for use
by various applications in different situations, and the GANZ PixelPro provides
certain subsets of these tools.
Using H.264, it is also possible to control the bit rate, which in turn allows the amount
of bandwidth usage to be controlled. CBR (Constant Bit Rate) is used to achieve a
specific bit rate by varying the quality of the H.264 stream. While using VBR
(Variable Bit Rate), the quality of the video stream is kept as constant as possible, at
the cost of a varying bit rate.
Motion JPEG
This format uses standard JPEG still images in the video stream. These images then
are displayed and updated at a rate sufficient to create a stream that shows
constantly updated motion.
The Motion JPEG stream uses considerable amounts of bandwidth, but also
provides excellent image quality and access to every individual image contained in
the stream.
Multiple clients accessing Motion JPEG streams could use different image settings.
Codec
H.264 / MJPEG
Size
Video output resolution. See the next page for the output resolution table.
Frame rate
1~30fps in normal mode (1~15fps for slow shutter mode)
Note: If the slow shutter mode is turned on and the low light condition is met, the
frame rate is automatically goes down. In this case, the frame is half of the
normal mode.
GOP Size
1 ~ 60 frames
Bit-rate control (CBR or VBR)
When using H.264 compression, if there is only limited bandwidth available, a
constant bit rate(CBR) is recommended, although this may compromise image
quality. Use a variable bit rate(VBR) for the best possibly image quality.
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Average Bit-rate (512Kbps ~ 10Mbps)
Recommended bit rate for D1: 800Kbps ~ 1Mbps
Recommended bit rate for 1.3M(720p): 3Mbps ~ 4Mbps
Recommended bit rate for 2.0M(1080p): 6Mbps ~ 8Mbps
Anti-Flicker mode (Flicker less mode)
60Hz:NTSC
50Hz:PAL or flicker-free mode(to use the camera in locations lit by fluorescent
lighting).
Video Mirroring
Select Video Mirroring mode
NONE/ HORIZONTAL / VERTICAL / FLIP(H+V)
Bandwidth Limit
Limit the bandwidth that the GANZ PixelPro can use during a network connection.
Max Bandwidth
Specify the maximum bandwidth that the GANZ PixelPro can use during a network
connection.
< Output resolution table for PixelPro>
First Stream
Second Stream
1920x1080
704x480
640x480
640x360
640x352
352x288
352x240
320x240
-
1280x1024
704x480
640x480
640x360
352x288
352x240
320x240
-
-
1024x768
704x480
640x480
640x360
352x288
352x240
320x240
-
-
1280x720
1280x720
704x576
704x480
640x480
640x360
352x288
352x240
320x240
704x576
704x576
640x480
640x360
352x288
-
-
-
-
704x480
704x480
640x480
640x360
352x240
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-
-
-
640x480
640x480
320x240
-
-
-
-
-
-
640x360
640x360
320x240
-
-
-
-
-
-
352x288
352x288
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
352x240
352x240
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
320x240
320x240
-
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-
-
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5.2 Camera
This section allows you to adjust various camera settings.
5.2.1 Exposure Control
Enable AE (Auto Exposure)
ON: Use this setting for automatic exposure control.
OFF: Use these settings to control camera exposure manually.
To compensate for poor lighting conditions, you can adjust the Color level,
Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast and Exposure control.
NOTE: When AE is enabled, some of the submenus (AGC Gain, e-Shutter Speed)
will be disabled.
Slow shutter mode
For low light conditions, turn on slow shutter mode.
Max AGC Gain
For low light conditions, adjust to a higher value, such as 30dB.
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BLC Control (Back Light Compensation)
The BLC adjusts the exposure of scenes with strong backlight in the center-bottom
of the image. When the image background is too bright, or the subject too dark,
backlight compensation makes the subject appear clearer. The settings for low light
behavior determine how the camera behaves sat low light levels. These settings
affect video image quality and how much noise is in the images.
5.2.2 Day & Night Control
Day & Night Mode
Auto/Day/Night- If set to Auto, the camera will automatically switch according to the
current lighting conditions.
5.2.3 White Balance Control
WB Mode
ON: ATW (Automatic White balance)
OFF: MWB (Manual White balance)
The White balance adjustment setting is used to make the colors in the image
appear consistent, compensating for the different colors present in different light
sources.
The GANZ PixelPro camera can be set to automatically identify the light source and
compensate for its color temperature. If necessary, the type of light source could be
set manually..
5.2.4 Image Property Control
Modify the video signal parameters, such as: Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast, and
Color.
Sharpness (Default: 8, Range: 1~15)
Brightness (Default: 15, Range: 0~30)
Contrast (Default: 15, Range: 0~30)
Color
(Default: 15, Range: 0~30)
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6. Live
6.1
Setup
The GANZ PixelPro could support 10 simultaneous users. In case of multicast, the
GANZ PixelPro could support unlimited number of users. If supported on the network,
consider using multicasting, as the bandwidth consumption will be much lower.
Viewer Setup
LiveView Protocol
RTP Unicast (UDP) / RTP Multicast (UDP) / RTP over RTSP (TCP)
Buffering Time (frame based)
Determines (0 ~ 90) x 1/30 sec (0 ~ 3sec)
Viewer OSD Setup
Date : Determines whether the date is displayed.
Resolution : Determines whether the camera title is displayed.
Event State : Determines whether the event state is shown on display window.
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6.2
Privacy Masking
This uses masking to hide sections that you do not want to appear in the shooting
screen. A maximum of 2 locations can be set.
Mask Area
All View:Shows the masking area both Area 1 and 2.
Click the Masking Area 1 or 2 to make a masking.
Mask color
Sets the mask color
Black, White, Light Gray, Dark Gray, Yellow, Red, Blue, Green
Mask Creation Procedure
1. Click Privacy Mask in the Live menu.
2. Select Area1 or 2 to activate a setup window.
3. Set the Mask Color in the drop-down list.
4. Click the Masking window, and select an area that you want to specify the
masking area.
5. Click Save.
Note: When the Privacy Masking is set, analogue output will be changed to off state
automatically.
* Privacy masking is available from FW1227 and later.
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7. FTP
7.1 FTP > Config
Server Configuration (This function is N/A on this model)
External Server Configuration
It is setting page to transmit the still shot to remote sites, using the FTP server.
Specify the external FTP server information such as IP address, port number,
Username and password.
Note :
When the first stream is set to 1920x1080, please set the 2nd stream to MJPEG
or H.264 with resolution less than 352x288. If 2nd stream is set to H.264
greater than 640x352, 30fps streaming is not guaranteed due to performance
limitation.
7.2 FTP > Event
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Event FTP Sending
It enables FTP transmission triggered by event.
Directory : This folder will be created into external FTP server automatically.
File Prefix : The file name will start from this prefix.
Mapping : You can specify event mapping for Event FTP.
Effective Period : You can specify “Always” or “Schedule”
7.3 FTP > Periodical
Periodical FTP Sending
It enables FTP transmission periodically.
Directory : This folder will be created into external FTP server automatically.
File Prefix : The file name will start from this prefix.
Interval : You can specify interval time for uploading to FTP.
Effective Period : You can specify “Always” or “Schedule”
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8. Event
8.1 Event > Motion
Motion Detection
Motion detection is used to generate an alarm whenever movement either occurs or
stops in the video image. A maximum of 4 windows could be configured.
Area Sensitivity:1(low) ~ 10(High) – The higher the number is, the higher the
sensitivity level becomes.
Configuring Motion Detection
1. Click Motion Detection in the Event Config menu.
2. Select an Area from Area1 to 4 to activate a Motion setup window.
3. Click the Motion window, and select an area that you want to specify the Motion
area.
4. Select sensitivity value (1 ~ 10) in the drop-down list.
Any detected motion within an active window is then indicated by red shade onto
the Activity window.
5. Click Save.
Note: Using the motion detection feature may decrease the camera’s overall
performance.
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8.2 Event > Mapping
It is possible to define conditions that would cause the camera to respond with
certain actions. A triggered event happens as a result of a trigger, which could be
motion detection.
For example,
E-mail could be sent by video motion detection.
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9. Network
9.1 Network > IP Setup
Network Settings
Click the Setup > Network > IP Setup to see the current network settings.
IP Address Configuration The GANZ PixelPro supports both IP version 4 and IP version 6 (IPv6 will be
supported in V3.00). Both versions may be enabled simultaneously, and at least
one version should be always enabled.
When using IPv4, the IP address could be set automatically via DHCP, or a static IP
address could be set manually. If IPv6 is enabled, your camera receives an IP
address according to the configuration in the network router.
There are also options for setting up notification of changes in the IP address, and
for using the Internet Dynamic DNS Service.
Notes: • To receive notification whenever the camera’s IP address changes (via
e.g. DHCP), configure the options for notification of IP address change.
See Services below. • If your DHCP server could update a DNS server,
you could access the GANZ PixelPro by a host name which is always
the same, regardless of the IP address.
DNS Configuration
DNS (Domain Name Service) provides the translation of host names to IP
addresses on your network.
•1st DNS server
Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server for your network.
•2nd DNS server
Enter the IP of the Secondary DNS, which is used if the Primary DNS server is
unavailable.
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How to assign IP address
Default setting is set to “DHCP” and “UPnP” function is set to ON. If your netw
ork has DHCP server and UPnP function is enabled on your PC, you can find
the network camera in “My network”.
If DHCP server is not available in your network, please assign IP address as
following process.
②
③
④
1)
2)
3)
4)
Execute “MultiUpgradeTool.exe”, it will search the camera on the network.
After the camera is listed in camera list, select the camera.
Type in the all network information.
Click “Change IP address” button to set network settings to the camera.
When you double-click the camera within the list, the default web browser (Internet
Explorer or compatible equivalent) will open and automatically connect to the camera.
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9.2 Network > Service Port
Service Port
HTTP port- The default HTTP port number (80) could be changed to any port within the
range 1-65535. This is useful for simple port mapping.
RTSP port- The RTSP protocol allows a connecting client to start an H.264 stream. Enter
the RTSP port number to use. The default setting is 554.
NOTE: After changing the default port numbers, the user can use the
“MultiUpgradeTool.exe” to search and connect automatically.
9.3 Network > RTP
RTP port range , Multicast Setup
These settings are the IP address, port number, and Time-To-Live value to use for
the video stream(s) in multicast H.264 format.
Only certain IP addresses and port numbers should be used for multicast streams.
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9.4 Network > E-mail
You must turn Notification to ‘On’ and then enter the host names or addresses for
your mail servers in the fields provided, to enable the sending of event and error
email messages from the camera to predefined addresses via SMTP.
Note1)
Frequency : Mail server may register the sender to SPAM list when frequency is
set to “1 Min”. It may be better to set “5 Min” for safe side.
Note2)
From : Specify the name who sent e-mail notification. It may be better to use e-mail
format like as [email protected] Some e-mail server will refuses it.
9.5 Network > DDNS
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How to setup the DDNS:
1) DDNS set to ON.
“mac address.dvrlink.net” is registered to the DDNS server.
User can connect to the camera with: “http://mac address.dvrlink.net”.
2) DDNS set to ON and user inputs “user-defined name”.
“mac address.dvrlink.net” and “user-defined name.dvrlink.net” are both
registered together.
User can connect to the camera using either:
“http://mac address.dvrlink.net” or “http://user-defined name.dvrlink.net”.
If “user-defined name” is already registered, an error message is shown, try a
different name.
9.6 Network > UPnP
Universal Plug & Play (UPnP) allows you to find the IP camera automatically on your
network.
In order to be able to detect the camera automatically, you must enable the UPnP function
on both the camera and on your PC.
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Camera : Set UPnP to “ON”
PC : Open “Control Panel” >”Network Connection”
Select “Advanced” >”Optional Networking Components…”
Select “Network Services” and click “Details”. Then select “UPnP user Interface”
10. System
10.1 System > User
Access the camera and the Configure Root Password dialog appears.
Enter the User name: ADMIN and password is 1234.
To changed password or add a user click SETUP > SYSTEM > USER. Fill the User ID,
Password and E-mail server. Select Group. Then press ADD button and click SAVE.
Note: The default administrator user name ADMIN is permanent and could not be deleted or
altered.
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10.2 System > Date & Time
Date & Time Format - specify the formats for the date and time (12h or 24h) displayed in
the Live View video streams. Use the predefined formats or use your own custom date and
time formats.
Network Time Server - the camera will obtain the time from an NTP server every 60
minutes. Specify the NTP server's IP address or host name.
Time zone setup – Select your time zone from the drop-down list.
D.S.T (Daylight Saving Time) - ON/OFF
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10.3 System > Maintenance
System Name
Choose a system name to identify the camera when using e-mail notifications.
System Reboot
Reboot the camera.
Factory Default
To reset the camera settings to the original factory default settings.
Enable Firmware Upgrade / Firmware Updates
To upgrade Firmware of the camera, follow the instruction below.
NOTE: Preconfigured and customized settings should be saved before the firmware
is upgraded.
1) Enable Firmware Upgrade mode with clicking “OK” of Enable Firmware
Upgrade menu.
2) The camera automatically switches to Firmware Upgrade mode.
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3) When Firmware upgrade menu is displayed, browse to the desired firmware
file on your computer. Click OK.
NOTE: Do not disconnect power to the unit during the upgrade. The unit will restart
automatically after the upgrade has completed. (1~5 minutes)
System Reset (Factory Default Reset)
There are two ways to reset the camera back to factory default. holding down about
10-20 sec the reset button on the Camera
Using the web browser:
1. Go to SETUP > System > Maintenance.
2. Click Factory Default Button and wait 1 minute for camera to reboot.
Using the Reset Button:
1. Holding down 10-20 sec the reset button on the Camera.
2. Release your finger on the reset button, waiting about 1 minute for camera reboot
NOTE: The unit will now have the default IP address from a DHCP server.
Use the ‘“MultiUpgradeTool.exe” to discover and connect to the camera.
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10.4 System > Information
System Information
You can confirm the system information if the camera here.
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11. Dimension (mm)
<FRONT>
2-φ5.1
<BOTTOM>
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12. Specification
H.264 / MJPEG Network Camera
Dual Stream
Motion Triggered Alarm
Multi Language GUI support
ONVIF Compliant
1/2.8" Sony IMX122 CMOS Sensor
On The Fly supported @ GOP/Bitrate/FPS stetting
2D DNR. (Depends on CODEC configuration)
DPC(Defective Pixel Correction) on the fly
True Day & Night
Analog Hybrid Output(Installation Only)
2 IR LEDs
Privacy Masking
Product Features
Image Sensor
Max. Resolution
1920 x 1080
Effective Pixels
1984(H) x 1225(V)
Effective Image Size
CAMERA
White Balance
Electronic Zoom
AGC
BLC
Iris
Shutter Speed
Slow Shutter
Lens
Angle of View
Day & Night
S/N ratio
Min. illumination
ANALOG
(Installation Only)
AUDIO
1/2.8" Sony IMX122 CMOS Sensor
Privacy Masking
Video Signal
Monitor Output
Scanning Frequency
In/Out
CODEC
5.56mm(H) x 3.43mm(V), 6.53mm(Diagonal)
ATW / MANUAL(PRESET)
2 ~ 10x(Client Software)
Yes
Yes
Fixed Iris F2.0
1/4, 1/10, 1/12.5, 1/15, 1/20, 1/25, 1/30, 1/50, 1/60, 1/100,
1/120, 1/240, 1/480, 1/960, 1/1024, 1/2000s
2x, 4x, 8x
Fixed lens f=4 mm, F2.0
Horizontal: 84.4°, Vertical: 50.3
Removable IR Cut Filter
48.8 dB or more
0 lux with IR LED ON ; B/W
0.63 lux(F2.0, 50IRE) ; Color
2 Areas
NTSC / PAL selectable
Composite Output(BNC), 75 ohm 1Vpp
NTSC: (H) 15.734 kHz, (V) 59.94 Hz
PAL: (H) 15.625 kHz, (V) 50 Hz
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Network
Image Compression
10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, RJ45
H.264
MJPEG : Image quality: 100 Steps(Q value)
1920 x 1080(Full HD), 1280 x 1024(SXGA),
Resolution
1024x768(XGA), 1280 x 720(720p)
640 x 480(VGA), 640 x 360(HVGAW), 320 x 240(QVGA)
704x480/576(4CIF), 352x240/288(CIF)
IPv4, HTTP, SMTP, UPnP, DNS,
Protocol
RTSP, DDNS, RTP, TCP, UDP, RTCP
DHCP, ARP, ICMP,IGMP, NTP
Frame Rate
NETWORK
1 fps ~ 25 fps / 1 fps ~ 30 fps
Internet Explorer 7.0 or above
Web Browser
Firefox
Chrome
Smart Phone (iOS, Android)
Security
Password Protection
SDK(API)
HTTP based API
ONVIF Profile S
VMD
Alarm Trigger
Alarm Event
Power Source
POWER
Power Consumption
PoE class
Micro SD Card
External I/O
Terminals
IR Number
OTHER
SPECIFICATIONS
Ambient
Temperature
(Not Cold Start)
Ambient Humidity
Materials
Weight
Dimensions(W x H x
D)
User set 4 ROI (Region Of Interest)
10 Step Sensitivity
VMD
E-mail notification, FTP transfer,
Video streaming with alarm status @ V2.0
PoE: IEEE 802.3af compliant
70mA @ DC48V, Max 3.4W (IR OFF)
100mA @ DC48V, Max 4.8W (IR ON)
Class 2
2 IR LEDs
-10ºC ~ 40ºC(14ºF~113ºF)
less than 90%, Non-condensing
Poly Cabonate
295g
130(Φ) x 76(L) mm
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