CCI2100 Manual - Costar Video Systems

Network Camera
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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A DIGITAL DEVICE, PURSUANT TO PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. THESE LIMITS ARE DESIGNED
TO PROVIDE REASONABLE PROTECTION AGAINST HARMFUL INTERFERENCE WHEN THE
EQUIPMENT IS OPERATED IN A COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT. THIS EQUIPMENT GENERATES,
USES, AND CAN RADIATE RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY AND IF NOT INSTALLED AND USED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL, MAY CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE TO
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS. OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA IS
LIKELY TO CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, IN WHICH CASE USERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO
CORRECT THE INTERFERENCE AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE.
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problems resulting from the use thereof. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
Revisions or new editions to this publication may be issued to incorporate such changes.
The software included in this product contains some Open Sources. You may obtain the complete
corresponding source code from us. See the Open Source Guide on the software CD (OpenSourceGuide\
OpenSourceGuide.pdf) or as a printed document included along with the User's Manual.
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Important Safeguards
1. Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the appliance is operated.
2. Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
3. Cleaning
Unplug this equipment from the wall outlet before cleaning
it. Do not use liquid aerosol cleaners. Use a damp soft cloth
for cleaning.
4. Attachments
Never add any attachments and/or equipment without the
approval of the manufacturer as such additions may result in
the risk of fire, electric shock or other personal injury.
5. Water and/or Moisture
Do not use this equipment near water or in contact with water.
6. Placing and Accessories
Do not place this equipment on an wall or ceiling that is not
strong enough to sustain the camera. The equipment may
fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the equipment. Wall or shelf mounting should
follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a
mounting kit approved by the manufacturer.
This equipment and cart combination should be moved with
care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the equipment and cart combination to overturn.
Do not place this equipment in an enclosed space. Sufficient
ventilation is required to prevent an increase in ambient
temperature which can cause malfunction or the risk of fire.
7. Power Sources
This equipment should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power, please consult your equipment
dealer or local power company.
8. Power Cord
Operator or installer must remove power and TNT connections
before handling the equipment.
9. Lightning
For added protection for this equipment during a lightning
storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect
the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to
the equipment due to lightning and power-line surges. If
thunder or lightning is common where the equipment is
installed, use a surge protection device.
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10. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can
result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
11. Objects and Liquids
Never push objects of any kind through openings of this
equipment as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
short out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the equipment.
12. Servicing
Do not attempt to service this equipment yourself. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
13. Damage requiring Service
Unplug this equipment from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
A. When the power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged.
B. If liquid is spilled, or objects have hit the equipment.
C. If the equipment has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the equipment does not operate normally by following
the operating instructions, adjust only those controls that
are covered by the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and
will often require extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the equipment to its normal operation.
E. If the equipment has been dropped, or the cabinet damaged.
F. When the equipment exhibits a distinct change in
performance — this indicates a need for service.
14. Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the
original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock or other hazards.
15. Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this equipment,
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the equipment is in proper operating condition.
16. Field Installation
This installation should be made by a qualified service person
and should conform to all local codes.
17. Correct Batteries
Warning: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect
type. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
18. Tmra
A manufacturer’s maximum recommended ambient temperature
(Tmra) for the equipment must be specified so that the customer
and installer may determine a suitable maximum operating
environment for the equipment.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — Introduction ............................................................................. 1
In This Manual.......................................................................................... 1
Features ................................................................................................... 1
Typical Applications ................................................................................. 2
Chapter 2 — Installation............................................................................... 5
Package Contents .................................................................................... 5
Dimensions .............................................................................................. 5
Front Side View ........................................................................................ 6
Right Side View ........................................................................................ 6
Top View .................................................................................................. 7
Factory Reset ..................................................................................... 7
Rear View................................................................................................. 8
Installation ................................................................................................ 9
Manual Iris Lens ............................................................................... 10
DC-Type Auto Iris Lens .................................................................... 10
CS-Mount Lens ................................................................................ 11
C-Mount Lens ................................................................................... 11
Chapter 3 — Remote Setup ....................................................................... 13
Quick Setup............................................................................................ 14
System ................................................................................................... 15
General ............................................................................................ 15
Date/Time ......................................................................................... 16
User/Group ....................................................................................... 17
Network .................................................................................................. 18
IP Address ........................................................................................ 19
FEN .................................................................................................. 20
Port/QoS .......................................................................................... 21
Bandwidth Control ............................................................................ 23
Security ............................................................................................ 24
IEEE 802.1X ..................................................................................... 25
Video ...................................................................................................... 26
Camera ............................................................................................ 26
Streaming ......................................................................................... 30
Webcasting ...................................................................................... 32
MAT .................................................................................................. 33
Privacy Masking ............................................................................... 34
Audio ...................................................................................................... 35
Input/Output ..................................................................................... 35
Event Action ........................................................................................... 36
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Alarm Out ......................................................................................... 36
Email ................................................................................................ 37
Remote Callback .............................................................................. 38
Audio Alarm ...................................................................................... 39
FTP Upload ...................................................................................... 40
Record .............................................................................................. 41
Event ...................................................................................................... 44
Alarm In ............................................................................................ 44
Motion Detection .............................................................................. 46
Trip-Zone .......................................................................................... 47
Audio Detection ................................................................................ 48
Tampering ........................................................................................ 50
System Event ................................................................................... 51
Chapter 4 — WebGuard ............................................................................ 53
Web Monitoring Mode ............................................................................ 55
Web Search Mode ................................................................................. 57
Appendix .................................................................................................... 59
LED Indicators........................................................................................ 59
Connector Pin Outs ................................................................................ 59
Map of Screens (Remote Setup)............................................................ 60
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 61
Specifications ......................................................................................... 62
Index .......................................................................................................... 65
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Chapter 1 — Introduction
In This Manual
This manual is intended for users of the network camera and includes instructions for using and
managing the camera on the network.
Features
This network camera compresses live video and transmits the video over Ethernet connections.
The camera can be accessed, configured and managed by using the INIT (Integrated Network
Installation Tool) program. It has a built-in web server, WebGuard, allowing you to monitor live
video and search recorded video remotely using a web browser. The remote programs provided
with the camera also allow remote management, monitoring, searching and recording. This camera
offers the following features:
 Multistream for live monitoring and recording
 H.264 and M-JPEG compression algorithm
 Four levels of video compression and various video compression resolutions
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Two-way audio communication
Pre- and post-event buffering and video stream buffering to enhance reliability of network recording
Remote monitoring via web browser or remote software
Automatic HTML code generation for webcasting on a user’s website
Up to 10 simultaneous connections to the camera for remote monitoring
Enhanced security using IP address filtering, HTTPS, SSL and IEEE 802.1X functions and
password protected multiple user levels
Network bandwidth limit and MAT functions to use network bandwidth efficiently
Convenient network connection using the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) function and built-in
mDNS (Multicast DNS) protocol
Support of the ONVIF protocol (Core specification version 1.02)
Support of the DirectIPTM protocol
Digital WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) to adjust the image display in high contrast conditions
Slow shutter to reduce the minimum illumination requirements
Day and night functionality with the built-in IR-cut filter changer
Convenient firmware upgrades via the network connection
Firmware duplication and autorecovery functions to enhance system stability
Management of multiple cameras via Ethernet connections
Event detection functions: alarm-in, motion, trip-zone, audio, tampering
Micro SD memory recording to provide redundancy in case of network disconnection
Power sources: 12 VDC, PoE (Power over Ethernet)
RS485 interface for controlling a Pan/Tilt driver
C/CS mount lens connection
NTSC or PAL programmable video output
Built-in microphone
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NOTES:
 In this manual, a “remote system” refers to a PC that the remote program (iNEX Basic or
WebGuard) is running.
 Remote monitoring and recording through multistream are available by using the iNEX Basic
program provided with the camera.
Typical Applications
Remote Monitoring
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Remote Recording
Webcasting
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Chapter 2 — Installation
Package Contents
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C-Mount Ring
Protective cover (attached to the unit)
Installation CD (INIT/iNEX Basic software and User’s Manual)
Quick Reference Guide
Mount Kits
Dimensions
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Front Side View
① Built-In Microphone: Receives audio.
② Image Sensor: Converts an optical image of the object to
an electric signal.
NOTE: Cover the image sensor by using the protective
cover provided with the camera when a lens is not mounted
on the camera.
Right Side View
① Protective cover
② C-Mount Ring
③ Back Focus Adjustment
Ring
④ Mount Bracket
⑤ Micro SD Memory Card
Slot
 Protective cover: Attach when a lens is not installed to protect the image sensor.
 C-Mount Ring: Attach the ring provided with the camera to the camera when using the C-Mount
lens.
 Back Focus Adjustment Ring: Loose screws and adjust the back focus by turning the ring
clockwise or counter-clockwise, and then tighten the screws to fix the current back focus.
 Mount Bracket: You can attach a bracket to the bottom or top of the camera to mount it. Use
1/4–20 UNC (20 Thread), 2.5mm +/- 0.2 mm (ISO Standard) or 0.197 (ASA Standard) standard
screws when attaching the bracket.
 Micro SD Memory Card Slot: Insert a micro SD memory card (SLC (Single Level Cell) or
MLC (Multi Level Cell) types of SanDisk or Transcend brands recommended).
CAUTIONS:
 Do NOT remove the SD memory card while the unit is operating; otherwise, the
system might not operate properly and recorded data saved on it might be damaged.
 SD memory cards are expendable supplies. After a certain use in time, partial
memory sectors can be damaged and recording may not be available or data will
be lost. Check the SD memory card periodically and replace it with a new one
if necessary.
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Top View
①
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RS485 Port
Audio In/Out
Alarm In/Out
Factory Reset Switch
 RS485 Port: Connect to a Pan/Tilt driver. Connect TX+/RX+ and TX-/RX- of the driver to
the + and – (respectively) of the camera. Refer to the Pan/Tilt driver manufacturer’s manual for
configuring the RS485 connection.
 Audio
− OUT: Connect to an amplifier (Line-out). The camera does not have amplified audio output,
so you will need a speaker with an amplifier.
− IN: Connect to an audio source (Line-in).
 Alarm
− OUT: Connect an alarm-out device to the OUT and GND (Ground) connectors. Active Low
(Open Collector output) is a relay output which sinks 30mA @ 5 VDC.
− IN: Connect an alarm-in device. Mechanical or electrical switches can be wired to the IN
and GND (Ground) connectors. The voltage range is from 0V to 5V. When the electrical
switch is wired, the threshold voltage for NC (Normally Closed) is above 4.3V and for NO
(Normally Open) is below 0.3V, and it should be stable at least 0.5 seconds to be detected.
 Factory Reset Switch: Use to return all settings to the original factory settings. See below for
details.
NOTES:
 Audio surveillance may be prohibited by laws that vary by region. Check the laws in your
area before using this product for surveillance purposes.
 To make connections on the alarm and audio connector strip, press and hold the button and
insert the wire in the hole below the button. After releasing the button, tug gently on the wire
to make certain it is connected. To disconnect a wire, press and hold the button above the
wire and pull out the wire.
Factory Reset
This will only be used on the rare occasions that you want to return all the settings to the original
factory settings.
CAUTION: When performing a Factory Reset, you will lose any settings you have
saved.
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Cut off the power from the camera. → Poke a straightened paperclip into the factory reset switch
hole. → Turn on the power while holding the reset switch → Release the switch in about 5 seconds
after the Power LED blinks. → The camera resets to factory defaults and restarts after completing
the factory reset.
You can perform a factory reset while the camera is turned on by pressing the factory reset switch
and releasing the reset switch. A factory reset also can be performed remotely by running the INIT
program. The camera restarts after completing the factory reset. Refer to the INIT User’s Manual
for details on remote factory resetting.
Rear View
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Auto Iris Lens Connector
Video Out
Power
Power LED
Network Port
Network LED
 Auto Iris Lens Connector: Connect the auto iris jack if the lens is a DC-type auto iris lens.
Use the lens of which the auto iris jack is long.
 Video Out: Connect to a monitor. This is intended for video preview while adjusting the camera.
 Power
− DC12V +/–: Connect two wires from the power adapter. You must distinguish power polarity
when connecting the wires. The camera starts booting as soon as power is applied.
− FGND (Frame GND): Ground the camera by using the grounding cable and screw.
 Power LED: Indicates system operation status. See Appendix – LED Indicators for details.
The LED will not light regardless of the status if the Status LED is disabled when configuring
the System – General setup.
 Network Port: Connect a Cat5 cable with an RJ-45 connector. You can change the settings,
manage the camera, upgrade the software or monitor video remotely via the network connection.
Refer to the INIT User’s Manual for details about network connection setup. When using a
PoE switch, the camera can be supplied with power over Ethernet cable (Refer to the PoE switch
manufacturer’s manual for details).
 Network LED: Indicates network connection status. See Appendix – LED Indicators for details.
The LED will not light regardless of the status if the Status LED is disabled when configuring
the System – General setup.
NOTE: Camera surveillance may be prohibited by laws that vary by region. Check the laws in
your area before using this product for surveillance purposes.
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NOTE: To make connections on the power connector strip, press and hold the button and insert
the wire in the hole below the button. After releasing the button, tug gently on the wire to make
certain it is connected. To disconnect a wire, press and hold the button above the wire and pull
out the wire.
CAUTIONS:
 The frame GND of the power should be grounded before using.
 The camera restarts after the power adaptor is disconnected from the camera
when switching the power source from 12 VDC to PoE.
 The network connector is not designed to be connected directly with cable or
wire intended for outdoor use.
 It is required that you coil twice around the end of the network cable in the camera
side by using the core (28A2024-0A2 model of Laird Technologies brand) provided
with the camera for EMI (electromagnetic interference) suppression.
WARNING: ROUTE POWER CORDS SO THAT THEY ARE NOT A TRIPPING HAZARD.
MAKE CERTAIN THE POWER CORD WILL NOT BE PINCHED OR ABRADED BY
FURNITURE. DO NOT INSTALL POWER CORDS UNDER RUGS OR CARPET. USE
THE POWER CORD THAT HAS A GROUNDING PIN. IF YOUR POWER OUTLET DOES
NOT HAVE A GROUNDING PIN RECEPTACLE, DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG. DO NOT
OVERLOAD THE CIRCUIT BY PLUGGING TOO MANY DEVICES INTO ONE CIRCUIT.
Installation
A lens is not supplied with the camera. Ask your dealer or distributor about purchasing one. The
camera supports manual iris and the DC-type auto-iris lenses, and it accepts CS- and C-mount lenses.
NOTES:
 A mega-pixel lens is recommended for the best image resolution.
 Video-type auto-iris lenses are not supported.
 Use a lens that weighs less than 1.0 lbs. (450g). If the lens weighs too much, the camera might
become unstable.
WARNING: You might need to reinforce the wall or ceiling. If the wall or ceiling is not
strong enough to support the camera, the camera might fall damaging the camera
or causing injuries.
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Manual Iris Lens
1. Remove the protective cover from the camera.
2. Mount the lens on the camera by turning the lens clockwise.
3. Turn the iris ring on the lens to the open position and adjust the iris properly.
DC-Type Auto Iris Lens
1. If necessary, solder the lens control wires to the connector socket (not supplied).
NOTE: Please refer to the lens manufacturer’s manual for soldering the lens control wires.
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PIN
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Connector Socket Cover
IRIS Control Cable
Connector Socket
Heat Shrink Tubing
Name
Damp Coil –
Damp Coil +
Drive Coil +
Drive Coil –
2. Remove the protective cover from the camera.
3. Mount the lens on the camera by turning the lens clockwise, and then connect the auto iris jack
to the auto iris lens connector. Use the lens of which the auto iris jack is long.
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CS-Mount Lens
1. Remove the protective cover from the camera.
2. Mount the CS-mount lens on the camera by
turning the lens clockwise.
C-Mount Lens
1. Remove the protective cover from
the camera.
2. Mount the C-mount ring on the
camera by turning the ring
clockwise.
3. Mount the C-mount lens on the
C-mount ring by tuning the lens
clockwise.
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Chapter 3 — Remote Setup
Remote Setup allows you to change all settings of a camera.
Camera Protocol
The camera supports DirectIPTM and iNEX protocols.
TM
 DirectIP Protocol:
− It enables connection to the camera without the need to configure network settings of the
camera by using with a DirectIPTM NVR.
− It allows you to change all settings of the camera directly from the DirectIPTM NVR, without
the need for a PC. See the NVR User’s Manual for details.
 iNEX Protocol:
− It enables connection to the camera over the network from software installed on a PC or a
separate NVR if network settings of the camera are configured correctly.
− It is ideal when a DirectIPTM NVR is not available.
NOTE: Illustrations and descriptions in this manual refer to the iNEX protocol.
on the Main screen.
1. Run the INIT program, select a camera and click the Setup icon
2. Select Protocol Setup from the Setup menu and the Protocol Setup screen appears. You
can also display the Protocol Setup screen by selecting a camera, clicking the right mouse
button and selecting Protocol Setup on the Main screen.
3. Select iNEX.
on the Main screen → Select Remote Setup
4. Select a camera and click the Setup icon
from the Setup menu and the Remote Setup screen appears. You can also display the Remote
Setup screen by selecting a camera, clicking the right mouse button and selecting Remote
Setup on the Main screen.
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NOTE: You can also change the settings by using remote programs.
Clicking a menu on the left side of the Remote Setup screen displays the current settings for that
menu on the right side of the screen. Clicking a submenu under each menu allows you to change
the settings. Clicking the OK button closes the Remote Setup screen and applies the changes.
Quick Setup
The Quick Setup allows you to change a camera’s basic system, network,
video and audio settings.
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System
You can change a camera’s system information, import or export all
settings, and add users or groups.
General
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Language: Choose the language to be used during remote setup.
Name: Enter the camera name (up to 31 characters including spaces).
Note: Enter additional information about the camera.
HW Version, SW Version: These fields display the camera’s hardware and software versions.
Miscellaneous:
− ONVIF Protocol: Check the box to enable the ONVIF protocol. The ONVIF protocol is available
only for users belonging to the default user groups (Administrator, Operator, User). When
you have connected to the camera by using the ONVIF protocol, only the currently enabled streams
or events are supported and you cannot change it. There may be some more settings that cannot
be changed, too. If you want to change those settings, connect to the camera by using the INIT
program.
 Setup:
− Load Default Setup…: Click to return all settings except date/time to the original factory
settings. You can select whether or not network settings will be included when the setup is
applied. Refer to the Network setup for details of the network settings.
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− Import Setup…: Click to apply the settings saved as a .dat file format to the camera. A setup
screen appears allowing you to select the setup file. You can select whether or not to include
network settings (except FEN setting) when the setup is applied. Refer to the Network
setup for details of the network settings.
− Export Setup…: Click to save the current camera settings as a .dat file format. A setup screen
appears allowing you to name the setup file.
NOTES:
 The Load Default Setup and Import Setup functions are permitted only to the users in the
Administrator group.
 Do NOT check the Include Network Setup box when the network settings of the setup file are
used in another camera. Otherwise, the connection to the camera might not be made properly.
 If the IP address, admin port number or SSL settings are changed during Setup, Remote Setup
closes after saving the changes.
Date/Time
 Date/Time: Change the system date/time, date/time format and time zone. Turn daylight-saving
time on or off by checking the box. Clicking the Apply button applies the changes immediately.
 Time Sync
− Automatic Sync: Check the box to automatically synchronize the time with a time server. Enter
the IP address or the domain name of the time server and set the time interval for synchronization.
If the time server uses the FEN function, selecting the Use FEN box allows you to enter the
name instead of the IP address or the domain name of the time server.
− Run as Server: Check the box to run the camera as a time server.
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NOTE: If you want to use a domain name instead of the IP address of the time server, the DNS
server must be set up properly when setting Network – IP Address setup. If you want to use a
name instead of the IP address or the domain name of the time server, the FEN function must
be set up properly when setting the Network – FEN setup.
User/Group
 User/Group: Click the buttons to change the settings for a group or a user allowed controlling
the camera remotely.
− Add Group: Click to add a group. Enter the group name and set authority levels for the group
to control the camera remotely.
− Add User: Click to add a user. Enter the user name and select the group that the user will
belong to. Enter the password to be assigned to the user.
− Edit: Select a group and click the button to change authority levels assigned to the group, or
select a user and click the button to change the user’s password.
− Remove: Select a group or user and click the button to delete the group or user.
 Allow Anonymous Login: Check the box to use the webcasting feature. Refer to the Video –
Webcasting setup for details.
 Allow Anonymous PTZ Control: Check the box to allow remote control of a Pan/Tilt driver
on a website by using the webcasting feature.
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NOTES:
 Only users belonging to the Administrator group can make User/Group changes.
 There is no default password for the admin user in the Administrator group.
 The default groups (Administrator, Operator, User) cannot be edited or deleted. The same
authority levels are assigned to the user groups in the ONVIF protocol.
 The authority levels that can be assigned are:
– Upgrade: The user can upgrade the software.
– Setup: The user can set up the system.
– Color Control: The user can control brightness, contrast, hue and saturation for cameras.
– PTZ Control: The user can control pan and tilt of the Pan/Tilt driver.
– Alarm-Out Control: The user can reset the output during an alarm.
– System Check: The user can view and check the remote system status.
– Search: The user can search video recorded on the SD memory card by using a remote
program.
– Clip Copy: The user can export video recorded on the SD memory card as a video file by
using a remote program.
Network
You can change the network settings, set up the FEN and security
functions and control the network bandwidth.
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IP Address
 Type: Select the type of network configuration. Remote Setup closes after saving the changes.
− Manual: Select when the camera is using a static IP address for network connection, and set
up LAN parameters manually.
− DHCP: Select when the camera is networked via DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
Click the OK button, and a temporary IP address is automatically assigned to the camera. The
camera periodically will be issued a new IP address automatically.
− ADSL: Select when the camera is networked via ADSL. Enter the ID and password for ADSL
connection, and click the OK button. A temporary IP address is automatically assigned to the
camera. The camera periodically will be issued a new IP address automatically.
 DNS Server: Enter the IP address of the DNS server. If you set up the DNS server, the domain
name of the server can be used instead of the IP address during the FEN, time or SMTP server
setup. Ask your Internet service provider for the IP Address of the DNS Server. When the camera
is networked via DHCP, selecting From DHCP automatically assigns the IP address of the DNS
server. The assigned IP address is displayed the next time it is connected.
NOTES:
 Ask your network provider for details about the network connection type and connection
information for the camera or the IP address of the DNS server.
 If the camera is configured for a DHCP or ADSL network, it is best to use the FEN function
because the camera IP address might change frequently.
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FEN
Check the Use FEN box to use the FEN function.
 FEN Server: Enter the IP address or domain name of the FEN server.
 Port: Set up the port number of the FEN server.
 Use NAT: Check the box when the camera uses a NAT (Network Address Translation) device
for network connection.
 FEN Name: Enter the camera name to be registered on the FEN server. Check whether or not
the name is available by clicking the Check button.
 Help Desk: Choosing the OK button registers the camera on the FEN server. Proper FEN
settings will display the help desk information of the FEN server.
NOTES:
 The FEN function allows the camera to use dynamic IP addresses for remote connection.
When using this function, you can access the camera remotely by using the FEN name
instead of its IP address. For the FEN function to work properly, the camera should be
registered on the FEN server, and the FEN server settings in the INIT program for the
camera should match the settings registered on the FEN server. Any changes on the FEN
server might cause improper operation.
 When LAN settings are changed, set up the FEN settings after saving your LAN changes by
clicking the OK button.
 You will need to get the IP address or domain name of the FEN server from your network
administrator. You can use the domain name instead of IP address if you set up the DNS
server during the IP Address setup.
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NOTES:
 When using a NAT (Network Address Translation) device, refer to the NAT manufacturer’s
instructions for the proper network settings.
 The FEN name you entered in the FEN Name field should be checked by clicking the
Check button, otherwise the FEN changes will not be saved. When entering no name or a
name already registered on the FEN server, an error message displays. If a FEN name
includes the #, \, or % characters, connections to the camera using a WebGuard program
might fail.
Port/QoS
 Use, Port: Check the box to enable and enter the port number. Admin, Watch, Record and
Search ports are set to use by default and you cannot change it. Checking the WebGuard or
RTSP box allows you to connect to the camera by using the WebGuard program or media players,
such as VLC Player, supporting RTSP (Real-Time Streaming Protocol) service. Remote Setup
closes after saving the changes (Admin port number only).
 DSCP: Enter the DSCP value to set up the QoS (Quality of Service) level for each port. It decides
order of priority to use network bandwidth for each port. The higher the DSCP value, the higher
the QoS level and order of priority when allocating network bandwidth. When the DSCP value
is set to 0, the QoS level is not set up. For this function to work properly, the network environment
should support DSCP. Ask your network administrator for details.
 Use HTTPS: Check the box to enhance the security of WebGuard pages by using the HTTPS
protocol when running the WebGuard program.
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 Use UPnP: Check the box to connect to the camera without manually setting up port forwarding
on the NAT device when the camera uses a NAT (Network Address Translation) device for
network connection. The UPnP function must also be enabled in the NAT device for this function
to work. Refer to the NAT device User’s Manual for details on enabling the UPnP function in
the NAT device. Clicking the Check button checks the current port settings. A success message
is displayed if all the current port numbers are available, and recommended port numbers are
displayed if any of the current port numbers are not available.
Clicking the Apply button applies the recommended port numbers.
NOTES:
 Do NOT use the same port number for more than one function. If you do, the camera cannot
be connected with the remote programs.
 You can access the camera and monitor live video images using media players, such as
VLC Player, supporting RTSP service. You should open all ports for UDP protocol or an
RTSP port for TCP protocol if the camera uses a NAT (Network Address Translation) device
for network connection or if the firewall is enabled. This function might not be supported,
depending on the type of media player, and some media players might not play video properly
depending on network conditions or compression or resolution of images for streaming. You
can access video as follows:
– Access from a PC: Start the media player and enter “rtsp://user:Password@IP address:RTSP
port number/trackID=‘stream number’” (the number for the primary stream is 1, for the
secondary stream is 2, and for the tertiary stream is 3)
(e.g. rtsp://admin:@10.0.152.35:554/trackID=1 (user: admin, password: no password,
camera IP address: 10.0.152.35, RTSP port number: 554, stream: primary))
– Access from mobile devices: Start web browser on the mobile device and enter “http://IP
address:WebGuard port number/” (https instead of http if the Use HTTPS box is checked).
For this connection to work, the WebGuard and RTSP port numbers must be set up properly.
CAUTIONS:
 When changing the port settings, you must change the port settings on remote
programs too.
 When using the HTTPS protocol, the ONVIF protocol might not work.
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Bandwidth Control
You can control the network bandwidth by limiting the network bandwidth of the camera depending
on the network traffic.
Check the Network bandwidth limit box and set the desired maximum bandwidth. When the
network is busy with traffic, the camera cannot use more than the maximum bandwidth.
NOTE: When limiting the network bandwidth, the frame rate might decrease to lower than the
frame rate set during the Video – Streaming setup.
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Security
 IP Filtering: Check the box to use the IP filtering function. You can allow or block connections
to the camera by designating IP addresses.
− Add: Click the button to add IP addresses to the Allow List or Deny List to allow or block
connection to the camera. Selecting the Host option allows you to add one IP address at a
time. Selecting the Group option allows you to add continuous IP address numbers in one
action by designating a range of IP addresses to add.
− Remove, Remove All: Click the button to remove the selected IP address or all IP addresses
from Allow List or Deny List.
 SSL: Check the box to use the SSL function. You can enhance the security of outgoing data
from the camera by using the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol. When using the SSL function,
the camera cannot be connected with a program or a system that does not support the SSL function.
Remote Setup closes after saving the changes.
NOTES:
 If you want to use the time synchronization, FEN and Email sending functions, the connection of
the IP addresses of the time server, FEN server and the SMTP server must be allowed when
you set up the IP filtering function. Any connection to the camera from the IP address in
Deny List will NOT be allowed.
 Using the SSL function might cause congestion in the system receiving data from the camera
depending on the security level.
 This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL
Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)
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IEEE 802.1X
Check the IEEE 802.1X box to use the IEEE 802.1X network connection authentication function.
 Certificates: Uploads a certificate or private key for network connection depending on the
authentication type. Entering a private key password might be required depending on the
authentication type.
 Settings: Sets up EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol).
− EAP Type: Select the type of authentication to be used for network connection authentication.
The authentication type must be identical to the authentication type that the authentication
server uses.
− EAPOL Version: Select the EAP version.
− EAP Identity, EAP Password: Enter the ID and password for the authentication.
NOTE: For the IEEE 802.1X network connection authentication function to work properly, the
authentication server and AP should support the IEEE 802.1X authentication.
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Video
You can set up camera setting and features for streaming, webcasting,
MAT and privacy masking.
Camera
 Pan/Tilt Driver: Select a Pan/Tilt driver and assign an ID to the Pan/Tilt driver. Clicking the
Port button allows you to set up baud rate, data bit, stop bit and parity. Refer to the Pan/Tilt driver
manufacturer’s instructions.
NOTE: You will not be able to control the Pan/Tilt driver if it is not connected to the RS485 port
properly. See Chapter 2 – Installation, 2.5 Rear View and the Pan/Tilt driver manufacturer’s
manual for configuring the RS485 connection.
Image Sensor: Click the tab to set up image sensor settings.
 Mirroring: Check the Horizontal or Vertical box to flip images horizontally or vertically.
 Pivot: Set whether to enable or disable the pivot function. When the pivot function is enabled,
images are rotated 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise. If vertical resolution is less than
320, this function is not supported. If you enable this function, you can monitor more efficiently
long and narrow space such as hallways, corridors, etc.
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 Video Style: Select the video style between TV Color and PC Color.
 Backlight Compensation: Set whether to enable or disable the backlight compensation.
− OFF: Disables the BLC function.
− ON: When images are very bright overall due to backlight, subjects in front of bright backgrounds
will be clearer under backlight circumstances.
− HSBLC (High Suppress Backlight Compensation): When a certain area of images is very
bright in the screen due to backlight under low lighting conditions and it causes the other area
to be very dark, this function provides the other area of images brightly and clearly by blocking
the backlight in the certain area. For example, when car headlights block a license plate at
night, this function allows you to recognize the license plate by blocking the headlight.
 Sharpness: Set the sharpness of images. The camera adjusts the edges in images to enhance
the sharpness of images. The higher the value is, the sharper the images appear but it might cause
increased image noise when the value is too high.
 Noise Filter: Set the degree of the noise filtration. This adjustment can be used to decrease noise
in low light conditions. The higher the value is set, the less the noise there is. However, too high
of a setting might cause overall image blurring.
White Balance: Click the tab to set up white balance settings.
 Preset: Select the preset white balance value based on the conditions.
− Auto: Select to adjust the white balance automatically. The system identifies the light source
of where the camera is installed and sets up the proper white balance for the conditions.
− INCANDESCENT ~ Fluorescent Cold: Select the type of light source of where the camera
is installed to set the proper white balance for the conditions.
 Manual: Select to adjust the white balance manually. Adjust the Red and Blue gain. The higher
the value, the stronger the color is.
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Exposure: Click the tab to set up exposure settings.
 AE Target Gain: Set the target gain for the exposure compensation. The camera compensates
the exposure automatically based on the selected target gain. The higher the value is, the brighter
the images are.
 Local Exposure: Set the local exposure. It provides images except the backlight area clearly
when very dark and very bright areas exist simultaneously in the screen for backlight under low
light conditions. For example, when car headlights block a license plate at night, you can recognize
the license plate by blocking the headlight. The higher the value is, the clearer images are.
 Anti-Flicker: Set to the same frequency as the lighting when the AC power is used for the lighting
such as a fluorescent lights. This reduces video flicker caused by the frequency differences
(60 Hz for NTSC, 50 Hz for PAL).
 Slow Shutter: Set the slow shutter mode. Selecting a speed automatically decreases the electronic
shutter speed during low light conditions so that images are displayed bright even though the
lighting is dim.
 IRIS: Select the lens IRIS type. If a manual IRIS lens is mounted on the camera, select Manual. If
a DC-type auto IRIS lens is mounted, select DC IRIS.
 Shutter Speed Control: Set the shutter speed. This is enabled only when both the Anti-Flicker
and Slow Shutter settings are set to Off.
− Auto: Select to adjust the shutter speed automatically. The system identifies the light conditions
of where the camera is installed and sets the proper speed for the conditions.
− Manual: Select to adjust the shutter speed manually. Adjust the lowest and highest speed
by using slider bars based on the light conditions of where the camera is installed.
NOTE: Selecting Auto for some functions sets up the functions automatically based on the
conditions.
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Day & Night: Click the tab to set up day & night settings.
 B&W Mode: When in the black and white mode, images are displayed in black and white and
are clearer in low light conditions. This feature will be disabled if the Day & Night Mode event
action is enabled during the Event – Alarm In setup.
− Off, On: Disables or enables the black and white mode.
− Auto: Disables or enables the black and white mode automatically based on the conditions
where the camera is installed.
− Schedule: Sets up the black and white mode schedule. The black and white mode is enabled
during the date and time scheduled as Nighttime and disabled during the rest. Set up or release
Nighttime by selecting On or Off in the bottom and clicking or dragging the date and time
area in the table. Selecting On or Off and clicking the Select All/Clear All button sets up
or releases Nighttime for all dates and time.
 IR Cut Filter: When the IR cut filter is enabled, the camera blocks infrared light. Images can be
displayed clearly in various lighting conditions by blocking infrared light in bright light conditions
and allowing infrared light in low light conditions. This feature will be disabled if the Day & Night
Mode event action is enabled during the Event – Alarm In setup.
− Nighttime Mode, Daytime Mode: Disables or enables the IR cut filter.
− Auto: Disables or enables the IR cut filter automatically based on the conditions where the
camera is installed.
− Schedule: Sets up the IR cut filter schedule. The IR cut filter is disabled during the date
and time scheduled as Nighttime and enabled during the rest. Set up or release Nighttime
by selecting On or Off in the bottom and clicking or dragging the date and time area in the
table. Selecting On or Off and clicking the Select All/Clear All button sets up or releases
Nighttime for all dates and time.
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Miscellaneous: Click the tab to set up other settings.
 Video Output: Select the video signal for video output.
Streaming
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 Primary, Secondary, Tertiary: The camera supports multistream video (priority: Primary >
Secondary > Tertiary). Set whether to enable or disable the streams. Some of the settings may
change depending on the settings of streams of higher priority and the tertiary stream may not
be available (see the table below).
Model
HD
Full HD
Primary
Resolution
ips
1280x720
30
1920x1080
30
Secondary
Resolution
ips
1280x720
15
704x480
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Tertiary
Resolution
ips
–
–
–
–
 Compression: Set up the compression of images for streaming.
 Resolution: Set the resolution of images for streaming. The resolution varies depending on the
camera model. The resolution of the current stream cannot exceed that of a stream of higher priority.
 Quality: Set up the quality of images for streaming.
 Bitrate Control: Set up the bitrate control mode for H.264 compression.
− CBR (Constant Bitrate): Maintains the current bitrate regardless of the amount of motion.
− VBR (Variable Bitrate): Adjusts the bitrate dynamically based on the amount of motion. The
less motion there is, the less network congestion and the less storage consumption. The quality
may not be as good when compared to the CBR mode.
 Frame Rate: Set the frame rate of images for streaming. The frame rate of the current stream
cannot exceed that of a stream of higher priority if the resolution of the current stream is the same
as that of the stream of higher priority.
 Default Record Stream: Select a stream to use for recording. If a recording stream is set up
in a remote program or recording on an SD memory card is enabled in this camera, this setting
may not be applied. Refer to the Event Action – Record, Preference setup for details.
 Multi-View Streaming: It allows you to set up a streaming area to stream specific area of video
(not supported for the primary stream). Click the Setup button and set up the streaming area.
Checking the On box allows you to set up the
streaming area.
− Resolution Limit: Displays the available
maximum resolution of the streaming area.
− Resolution: Sets the streaming area. The
streaming area is displayed in red on the
screen above and you can adjust the area
resolution or moves the area location by
using the mouse drag and drop.
− Current Resolution: Displays the current
resolution of the streaming area.
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NOTE: Simultaneous connections to the camera might cause the frame rate to decrease due
to the network bandwidth overload.
Webcasting
The camera can stream live video from the camera to a website.
 HTML Code: Copy the HTML Code that is displayed on the screen and paste it in your web
page code.
 Stream: Select a stream to use for webcasting. Only the streams in use are available.
NOTE: To use the webcasting service, you must check the Allow Anonymous Login option during
3.2 System – User/Group setup.
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MAT
Check the MAT box to use the MAT (Motion Adaptive Transmission) function for video streaming
and recording.
 Sensitivity: Set the motion sensitivity. The higher the number is, the more sensitive it is.
 Inactivity Period: Set the inactivity period. The camera will transmit or record images in Frame
Rate set below until any change is detected after the inactivity period when no motion is detected
during the preset inactivity period.
 Frame Rate: Select the frame rate to be applied when no motion is detected. This frame rate
may change when the slow shutter mode is enabled in the Video – Camera menu. The selected
frame rate will be applied until any motion is detected after the inactivity period and will return
to the normal frame rate set during the Stream setup immediately upon detecting any motion.
NOTE: The MAT (Motion Adaptive Transmission) function allows you to reduce bandwidth overload
and to save storage capacity by reducing the frame rate when no motion is detected. The camera
considers that no motion is detected when no change is detected between two consecutive images
based on the sensitivity setting.
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Privacy Masking
Check the Privacy Masking box to restrict monitoring of specific areas for privacy reasons. The
privacy masking areas are displayed in the black color during monitoring.
 Privacy Masking Setup: Set up privacy masking areas (max. 16).
−
(Select) or (Clear): Click to select or clear a block for privacy masking area. You can
select or clear the several blocks of an area using the mouse dragging.
− No. / Name: Displays a list of the preset privacy masking areas. The number indicates the
number displayed in the privacy masking area. Clicking the empty space beside the number
in the list allows you set up a name for the area. Clicking the Delete button deletes the area.
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Audio
You can set up audio in and out.
Input/Output
 Audio CODEC: Select an audio codec.
 Input: Check the box to enable audio in and select the proper audio-in device. You can also
adjust the volume.
 Output: Check the box to enable audio out and adjust the volume.
NOTE: The camera does not have amplified audio output, so you need to use a speaker with
an amplifier.
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Event Action
You can set up event actions to be taken when the camera detects events.
Alarm Out
Check the Alarm Out box to activate alarm out.
 Dwell Time: Select the alarm-out dwell time. An alarm out is activated for the preset dwell
time after detecting an event.
 Schedule: Set up the period to enable alarm out. An alarm out can be activated only during
this period.
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Email
Check the Email box to send an email.
 SMTP Server, Port: Enter the IP address or domain name and port number of the SMTP server
attained from your network administrator. You can use the domain name instead of the IP address
if you set up the DNS server when setting up the network. Select Use SSL/TLS if the SMTP
server requires SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) authentication.
 Authentication: Enter the ID and password if the SMTP server requires user authentication.
 Sender, Recipient: Enter the sender’s and recipients’ (max. 10) email address. An email address
must include the “@” character to be a valid address.
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Remote Callback
Check the Remote Callback box to send a callback message to remote systems (Not supported
for the WebGuard program).
 IP Address, Port: Enter the IP addresses and port numbers of the remote systems to send a message.
 Retry: Select the number of times to try sending a message if it fails to send.
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Audio Alarm
Check the Audio Alarm box to sound by playing back an audio file.
 List: Displays the audio file to be played back. You can add or delete an audio file (.wav)
(16 bits/16 KHz encoded file only) by clicking the Add or Remove button. Selecting an audio
file in the list and clicking the Play or Stop button allows you to test the sound by playing back
the selected audio file.
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FTP Upload
Check the FTP Upload box to upload event detected images in JPEG file format to an ftp server.
 FTP Server: Click the Add button to register an ftp server. Clicking the Remove button deletes
the registered ftp server. When an event is detected, the event detected images will be uploaded
in JPEG file format to the ftp server registered as a primary server. If images fail to be uploaded
to the primary server, they are uploaded to the secondary server until uploading to the secondary
server fails.
− FTP Server: Enter the IP address (or domain name) of
the ftp server.
− Upload Path: Enter the folder path to upload files. Special
characters (\ # * | : " < > ?) cannot be used in the folder
path.
− Port: Enter the port number of the ftp server.
− User ID, Password: Enter the user ID and password
for the connection to the ftp server.
Click the Test button to check the connection to the ftp server
with the information set above. When the test succeeds, click
the OK button.
 Image: Set up the image and upload settings for ftp upload.
− Upload Type: Select the upload type. When the upload type is set to Always, images will
be uploaded to the ftp server according to the settings below regardless of the event detection.
When the upload type is set to Event, images will be uploaded to the ftp server according to
the settings below when events are detected.
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− Upload Frequency: Displays only when the upload type is set to Always. Set up the upload
rate, and the preset number of images will be uploaded to the ftp server during the preset time.
− Upload 1 image per: Displays only when the upload type is set to Event. Set up the upload
rate. Selecting Upload for allows you to set how long after an event is detected that event
detected images will be uploaded and at what upload rate. Selecting Upload while event
status is active uploads event detected images at the upload rate while an event is detected.
− Resolution, Quality: Select the resolution and quality of the images to be uploaded to the
ftp server. The available resolution may change depending on the resolution setting in the
Video – Streaming menu.
− Base File Name: Enter the common file name of the images to be uploaded to the ftp server
and select the option to distinguish each image file. Special characters (\ / # * | : " < > ?)
cannot be used in the file name. Selecting Add Date/Time Suffix adds the event detection
date and time to each image file name. Selecting Add Sequence Number Suffix – max.
Count adds the sequence number according to the event detection order to each image file
name. Selecting Overwrite overwrites the previous image file. The event type is added to
the image file name automatically.
NOTES:
 When the resolution of each stream set in the Video – Streaming menu is all different, the video
resolution for FTP upload is fixed at the resolution of the tertiary stream (full HD model only).
 Consider the performance of the FTP server when setting up the upload rate during the Upload
Frequency or Upload 1 image per setting. The FTP upload might fail if the upload rate exceeds
the performance of the FTP server.
Record
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Check the Record box to enable recording on a micro SD memory card. Ensure that the SD memory
card (Class 6 or higher) is inserted properly.
 Total Capacity: Displays the total capacity of the SD memory card when an SD memory card
is inserted properly.
 Format SD Card: Click the button to format the inserted SD memory card. Formatting the
SD memory card deletes all data saved on the SD memory card. Only users belonging to the
Administrator group can format the SD memory card.
 Record Audio: Select whether or not to record audio.
Schedule: Click the tab to set up the recording schedule.
 Mode: Set up the recording mode.
− Always – Event: Records video in the event recording mode. Video is recorded only when
an event is detected.
− Always – Time-Lapse: Records video in the time-lapse recording mode. Video is recorded
continuously regardless of event detection.
− Always – Time-Lapse/Event: Records video in the time-lapse recording mode while no
event is detected and changes to the event recording mode when an event is detected.
− Date/Time: Records video in the preset recording mode for each date and time setting. Select
On or Off and then select the recording mode. Set up or release the recording mode by clicking
or dragging the date and time area in the table. Selecting On or Off and clicking the Select
All/Clear All button sets up or releases the recording mode for all dates and time.
 Duration: Select the time span to record video when in the event recording mode.
− Pre-Event: Select the time span to record video before an event is detected. The camera can
record a maximum of 60 MB of video. If the resolution, quality and frame rate for recording
are set too high and recording capacity during the preset time exceeds 60 MB, not all video
during the time will be recorded.
− Post-Event: Select the time span to record video after an event is detected.
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Settings: Click the tab to set up recording settings.
 Recording Stream: Select a stream to use for recording.
− Time-Lapse/Pre-Event, Event: Allows using a different stream depending on the recording
mode.
 Time-Lapse/Pre-Event: Select the stream to use for recording when in the time-lapse
recording mode or for pre-event recording when in the event recording mode.
 Event: Select the stream to use for post-event recording when in the event recording mode.
− Preference: Sets up the priority of a stream to use for recording.
 SD Recording: Records video by using the Time-Lapse/Pre-Event and Event streams set
above.
 Network Recording: Records video by using the recording stream set in a remote program.
If a recording stream is not set up in a remote program, it uses the Default Record Stream
set during the Video – Streaming setup.
 None: Records video by using whichever stream offers higher resolution between the SD
Recording stream and Network Recording stream.
 Network Recording Failover – Mode: Set up the network recording failover mode. It allows
recording video on the SD memory card when recording using a remote program fails. It records
video using the stream set during the Recording Stream – Event setup above. If the recording
mode is set to Always – Time-Lapse in the Schedule tab, this will not be supported.
− Off: Disables the network recording failover.
− Always: Records video continuously regardless of the recording schedule until recording using
a remote program works.
− On SD Schedule: Records video according to the recording schedule set in the Schedule
tab until recording using a remote program works.
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NOTES:
 Searching and playing back video recorded on the SD memory card is supported by using
a remote program. Refer to the User’s Manual for the remote program for details.
 Searching and playing back video recorded on the SD memory card might not be very smooth
when using a remote program while also recording video on the SD memory card.
CAUTION: When removing the SD memory card, uncheck the Record box first and
wait for about 30 seconds before removing it. Removing the SD memory card while
images are being recorded on the SD memory card or within 30 seconds after
recording stops might damage the system and saved data.
Event
You can set up event detection function.
Alarm In
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Check the Alarm In box to set up an alarm-in event. When the camera senses an input on the alarm
input connector, it considers it as an event.
 Title: Enter the alarm-in device’s name.
 Type: Select the alarm-in type.
 Event Action: Check the box for each action the camera will take whenever it detects an alarm-in
event.
− Day & Night Mode: Check the box to disable the IR cut filter during the event detection.
Checking the box disables the Day & Night Mode feature set during the Video – Camera
setup. Selecting B&W Mode enables the black and white mode during the event detection.
When the event detection is expired, the IR cut filter is enabled and the black and white mode
is disabled.
− Alarm Out: Check the box to trigger an alarm-output signal.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email. Selecting Image Attachment attaches an event
detected image file (.JPG) to the email.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message (Not
supported for the WebGuard program).
− Audio Alarm: Check the box and select the audio file (.wav) to sound.
− FTP Upload: Check the box to upload images to an ftp server.
− Record: Check the box to record video.
− Move PTZ to: Select the desired preset number that you want the Pan/Tilt driver to move to.
You must set preset locations for a Pan/Tilt driver using remote programs.
NOTE: You must properly configure the settings related to each event action when setting them
up to enable event actions. Refer to the Event Action setup.
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Motion Detection
Check the Motion Detection box to set up a motion detection event. When the camera detects a
motion in a configured motion detection zone, it considers the motion as an event.
 Sensitivity: Set the motion sensitivity for daytime and nighttime independently. The higher the
number is, the more sensitive it is.
 Minimum Blocks for Detection: Adjust the minimum number of detection blocks that must be
activated in order to be considered as a motion event for daytime and nighttime independently.
 Motion Zone: Click the Setup… button and a motion detection zone setup screen appears. Define
the area (max. four) of the image that you want to set up a motion detection zone by using the
motion detection zone icons.
(Select) or (Clear): Click to select or clear a block for motion detection. You can select
−
or clear the several blocks of an area using the mouse dragging.
or (One or All block): Click to select or clear one or all blocks at a time.
−
(Area): Click to select or clear several blocks of an area.
−
 Motion Ignoring Interval: Select the motion ignoring dwell time from the drop-down list. The
camera will not log or send notifications of motion events occurring during the preset interval
after a motion is detected. You can control excessive event logging and remote notifications
of motion detection events by adjusting the motion ignoring dwell intervals.
 Daytime: Set up the daytime range. The camera will consider the remaining time range as the
nighttime.
 Event Action: Check the box for each action the camera is to take when it detects a motion
detection event.
− Alarm Out: Check the box to trigger an alarm-output signal.
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− Send Email: Check the box to send an email. Selecting Image Attachment attaches an event
detected image file (.JPG) to the email.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message (Not
supported for the WebGuard program).
− Audio Alarm: Check the box and select the audio file (.wav) to sound.
− FTP Upload: Check the box to upload images to an ftp server.
− Record: Check the box to record video.
− Move PTZ to: Select the desired preset number that you want the Pan/Tilt driver to move to.
You must set preset locations for a Pan/Tilt driver using remote programs.
NOTE: You must properly configure the settings related to each event action when setting them
up to enable event actions. Refer to the Event Action setup.
Trip-Zone
Check the Trip-Zone box to set up a trip-zone event. When the camera detects a moving to or
from the preset trip-zone, it considers the moving as an event.
 Sensitivity: Set the moving sensitivity for daytime and nighttime independently. The higher
the number is, the more sensitive it is.
 Trip-Zone: Click the Setup… button and a trip-zone setup screen appears. Define the area
(max. four) of the image that you want to set up a trip-zone by using the trip-zone icons.
(Select) or (Clear): Click to select or clear a block for motion detection. You can select
−
or clear the several blocks of an area using the mouse dragging.
or (One or All block): Click to select or clear one or all blocks at a time.
−
(Area): Click to select or clear several blocks of an area.
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− Trip Direction: Select the direction of the moving to be considered as an event. Selecting In
considers a moving as an event when the moving to the area is detected, and selecting Out
when the moving from the area is detected.
 Motion Ignoring Interval: Select the motion ignoring dwell time from the drop-down list. The
camera will not log or send notifications of motion events occurring during the preset interval
after a motion is detected. You can control excessive event logging and remote notifications
of motion detection events by adjusting the motion ignoring dwell intervals.
 Daytime: Set up the daytime range. The camera will consider the remaining time range as the
nighttime.
 Event Action: Check the box for each action the camera is to take when it detects a trip-zone event.
− Alarm Out: Check the box to trigger an alarm-output signal.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email. Selecting Image Attachment attaches an event
detected image file (.JPG) to the email.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message (Not
supported for the WebGuard program).
− Audio Alarm: Check the box and select the audio file (.wav) to sound.
− FTP Upload: Check the box to upload images to an ftp server.
− Record: Check the box to record video.
− Move PTZ to: Select the desired preset number that you want the Pan/Tilt driver to move to.
You must set preset locations for a Pan/Tilt driver using remote programs.
NOTE: You must properly configure the settings related to each event action when setting them
up to enable event actions. Refer to the Event Action setup.
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Check the Audio Detection box to set up an audio detection event. When the camera detects audio
during the preset activation time, it considers it as an event.
 Sensitivity: Set the audio sensitivity. The higher the number is, the more sensitive it is.
 Activation Time: Adjust the duration that audio should last to be considered as an audio-in event.
The camera will not consider any audio as an audio-in event if it lasts less than the preset time.
 Use Ignoring Time: Set up the event ignoring time. The camera will not consider audio that
occurs during the preset time span as an event.
 Audio Ignoring Interval: Select the audio ignoring dwell time from the drop-down list. The
camera will not log or send notifications of audio events occurring during the preset interval after
an audio is detected. You can control excessive event logging and remote notifications of audio
detection events by adjusting the audio ignoring dwell intervals.
 Event Action: Check the box for each action the camera is to take when it detects an audio-in
event.
− Alarm Out: Check the box to trigger an alarm-output signal.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email. Selecting Image Attachment attaches an event
detected image file (.JPG) to the email.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message (Not
supported for the WebGuard program).
− FTP Upload: Check the box to upload images to an ftp server.
− Record: Check the box to record video.
− Move PTZ to: Select the desired preset number that you want the Pan/Tilt driver to move to.
You must set preset locations for a Pan/Tilt driver using remote programs.
NOTE: You must properly configure the settings related to each event action when setting them
up to enable event actions. Refer to the Event Action setup.
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Tampering
Check the Tampering box to set up a tampering detection event. When a radical change is detected
in video (for example, the camera is moved, lens is blocked, etc), it considers it as an event.
 Sensitivity: Set the tampering sensitivity. The higher the number is, the more sensitive it is.
 Activation Time: Adjust the duration that tampering should last to be considered as a tampering
event. The camera will not consider any tampering as a tampering event if it lasts less than the
preset time.
 Use Ignoring Time: Set up the event ignoring time. The camera will not consider tampering
that occurs during the preset time span as an event.
 Event Action: Check the box for each action the camera is to take when it detects a tampering.
− Alarm Out: Check the box to trigger an alarm-output signal.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email. Selecting Image Attachment attaches an event
detected image file (.JPG) to the email.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message (Not
supported for the WebGuard program).
− Audio Alarm: Check the box and select the audio file (.wav) to sound.
− FTP Upload: Check the box to upload images to an ftp server.
− Record: Check the box to record video.
− Move PTZ to: Select the desired preset number that you want the Pan/Tilt driver to move to.
You must set preset locations for a Pan/Tilt driver using remote programs.
NOTE: You must properly configure the settings related to each event action when setting them
up to enable event actions. Refer to the Event Action setup.
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System Event
Check the System Event box to set up a system event. The camera checks and reports the system
and alarm-in status and SD memory card on or off.
 System Alive: Check the box to check the system operation, and select the check interval.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email when the system is operating.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message when
the system is operating (Not supported for the WebGuard program).
 Alarm In Bad: Check the box to check the alarm-in operation and select the check interval.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email when there is no change of alarm-in event status.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message when there
is no change of alarm-in event status (Not supported for the WebGuard program).
 Disk In/Out: Check the box to send notices if an SD memory card is inserted or removed.
− Send Email: Check the box to send an email when the SD memory card is inserted to or
removed from the camera.
− Remote Callback: Check the box and select the remote systems to send a message when the
SD memory card is inserted to or removed from the camera (Not supported for the WebGuard
program).
NOTE: You must properly configure the Email and Remote Callback settings when setting them
up to send an email or a message. Refer to the Event Action setup.
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Chapter 4 — WebGuard
You can monitor live video images from the camera or search recorded image saved in the SD
memory card on the web browser by using the WebGuard program.
Computer system requirements for using WebGuard are:
 Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP (Service Pack 3), Microsoft® Windows® Vista
(Service Pack 1), Microsoft® Windows® 7 (Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate) or Microsoft®
Windows® 8 (Pro, Enterprise)
 CPU: Intel Pentium III (Celeron) 600MHz or faster (Core 2 Duo E4600 recommended)
 RAM: 128MB or more (2GB recommended)
 VGA: 8MB or more (128MB recommended) (1024x768, 24bpp or higher)
 Internet Explorer: Version 6.0 or later 32-bit
Start Internet Explorer on your local PC. You can run the WebGuard program by entering the
following information in the address field.
− “http://IP address:port number”
(The camera IP address and the WebGuard port number set during the port setup)
− Or, “http://FEN server address/FEN name”
(The FEN server address and the FEN name registered on the FEN server)
NOTES:
 Enter https instead of http if you have checked the Use HTTPS box during the WebGuard port
number setup. Click Continue to this website (not recommended) when the security certificate
warning page is displayed. When the WebGuard login page is not displayed, check Internet
option settings as follows:
– Go to Tools, then Internet Options, and then the Security tab → Click the Custom level… button
→ Set the setting of Reset custom settings to Medium-high (default) or Medium.
– Go to Tools, then Internet Options, and then the Advanced tab → Check the Use TLS 1.0 box
under the Security option.
 You do not need to enter the WebGuard port number if the WebGuard port number is set to
80 (443 when entering https) when running the WebGuard program by entering the IP address
and port number.
Enter your ID and PASSWORD and click the [LOGIN]
button.
NOTES:
 WebGuard only works with Microsoft Internet Explorer and will NOT work with other web browsers.
 WebGuard does not work with Microsoft® Windows® 8 metro UI.
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 Do NOT close the LOGIN window during the WebGuard operation, otherwise, it will cause
a script error when switching between Web monitoring and Web search modes, and you will
need to restart the WebGuard program.
 There might be a problem with the bottom of the WebGuard page being cropped caused by
the address or status bars. In this situation, it is recommended that websites open windows
without address or status bars by changing Internet setting. (Go to Tools, and Internet Options,
and then the Security tab → Click the Custom level… button → Select Enable for the Allow
websites to open windows without address or status bars option.)
 When running WebGuard in the Microsoft® Windows® Vista or later operating system, it is
recommended that you start Internet Explorer with elevated administrator permissions. Click
the right mouse button on the Internet Explorer icon and select the Run as administrator option
from the context menu. Otherwise, some functions of WebGuard might be limited.
 There might be a problem with screen display or screen update caused by low image transmission
speed when using the Microsoft® Windows® Vista or later operating system. In this situation,
it is recommended that you disable the Auto Tuning capability of your computer. Run the
Command Prompt with elevated administrator permissions (Go to the Start Menu, and
Accessories, and then Command Prompt → Click the right mouse button and select the Run
as administrator option). Then enter “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disable” and
press the enter key. Restart your computer to apply the changes. If you want to enable the
Auto Tuning capability again, enter “netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal” after running
the Command Prompt with elevated administrator permissions. Restart your computer to
apply the changes.
 When running the updated WebGuard for the first time, Internet Explorer might occasionally
load the information from the previous version. In this case, delete the temporary Internet
files by selecting Tools → Internet Options → General tab, and then run WebGuard again.
 You will need to get the appropriate IP address for the camera you want to connect to and
the WebGuard port number from your network administrator.
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Web Monitoring Mode
① Log Out: Click
to log out of the WebGuard program.
② Search: Click
to access to the web search mode.
③ Version: Position the mouse pointer on the WebWatch logo to see the WebGuard program
version.
④ Information: The Information window displays the login information of WebGuard.
⑤ Full Display: Clicking the button displays the video in full screen. Pressing the Esc button
on a keyboard returns to the previous screen.
⑥ Camera Button: The button displays the camera number.
⑦ Image Adjustment: Click
to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation and hue of monitored
image.
⑧ PTZ Control: Click
to control pan and tilt of the Pan/Tilt driver remotely.
to control an alarm out device remotely.
⑨ Alarm-Out Control: Click
⑩ Setup: Click to set up the image drawing mode and OSD display. You can adjust the display
speed by changing the image drawing mode, and select OSD information to be displayed on
the screen.
⑪ Save Image: Click
to save the current image as a bitmap or JPEG file format.
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⑫ Remote Setup: Click
to change the settings of the camera by using the Remote Setup
screen.
⑬ Event Status Window: The event status window at the bottom displays a list of events that
were detected in the camera.
/
Alarm In On/Off
Tampering
Motion Detection
Audio Detection
Trip-Zone
⑭ Screen Popup Menu: Clicking the right mouse button on the screen displays the screen popup
menu.
− Change Camera Title: Select to change the camera title.
− Enable Audio: Select to enable audio communication with the site
panel appears.
which the camera is installed and the audio control
Click the button to send audio to the site which the camera is installed
and speak into the microphone. Click the button to monitor live
audio from the site which the camera is installed through the attached
speaker. Clicking both the and buttons allows two-way
communication. Clicking the button disables audio communication.
− Aspect Ratio: Select to change the image aspect ratio displayed on the screen and the option
menu appears. Selecting Fit to Screen displays images by fitting them to the screen size.
Selecting Original Ratio displays images by fitting them to the screen size while maintaining
their original ratio. Selecting Half Size (x0.5) to Quadruple Size (x4) displays the images
at the selected image size.
− Multistream: Select to choose the desired stream if the camera is in multistream mode.
− Anti-Aliasing Screen: Select to enhance image display quality by eliminating stair stepping
(aliasing) effects in the enlarged image.
NOTES:
 The image adjustment for the monitoring screen works only in the pause mode.
 A camera name change in the Web Watch mode does not affect the camera name set up
on the camera. Leaving the Camera Title blank causes the camera name set up on the camera
to display.
 Aspect Ratio – Half Size (x0.5) to Aspect Ratio to Quadruple Size (x4) in the Screen Popup
Menu will be enabled when the selected camera screen can display images in those sizes.
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Web Search Mode
① Log Out: Click
to log out of the WebGuard program.
② Watch: Click
to access to the web monitoring mode.
③ Version: Position the mouse pointer on the WebSearch logo to see the WebGuard program
version.
④ Information: Displays the login information of WebGuard.
⑤ Playback Image Control: Click
to blur, sharpen, equalize and interpolate
playback images. Click
to zoom out or zoom in the recorded image.
Click
to adjust the brightness of the recorded images.
NOTE: Image processing works only in the pause mode.
⑥ Playback Control: Click the desired button to play recorded video. The following functions
are supported: fast backward, pause, play, fast forward, go to the first image, go to the previous
image, go to the next image, and got to the last image.
⑦ Time-Lapse Search: Click
to enter the time-lapse search mode which
allows you to search for recorded data by time and then play back images
found within the time parameters. The Timetable window located at the
bottom displays the time information for the image of the date selected on
the calendar. If the camera has more than one video segment in the same
time range, you can select the video segment you want to search. Clicking a
specific time displays the image recorded at that time on the screen. Selecting
allows you to display an image from a specific time.
⑧ Event Search: Click
to enter the event search mode which allows you to search for event
log entries using specific conditions and play back the images associated with those event entries.
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⑨ Setup: Click
to set up the image drawing mode and OSD display. You can adjust the display
speed by changing the image drawing mode, and select OSD information to be displayed on
the screen.
⑩ Save Video: Click
to save any video clip of recorded data as a video file.
⑪ Save Image: Click
to save the current image in a bitmap or JPEG file format.
⑫ Print: Click
to print the current image on a printer connected to your computer.
⑬ Reload: Click to reload the recording data.
⑭ Timetable: Displays recorded data of the camera by time (in hour segments). If the camera’s
time and date have been reset to a time that is earlier than some recorded video and more than
one video segment exists in the same time range, select the video segment you want to search
from the SEGMENT menu at the top-right corner on the timetable.
⑮ Screen Popup Menu: Clicking the right mouse button on the screen displays the screen popup
menu.
− Change Camera Title: Select to change the camera title.
− Enable Audio: Plays audio while playing back recorded video that
has recorded audio.
− Aspect Ratio: Changes the image aspect ratio.
− Anti-Aliasing Screen: Select to enhance image display quality by
eliminating stair stepping (aliasing) effects in the enlarged image.
NOTE: A camera name change in the Web Search mode does not affect the camera name set
up on the camera. Leaving the Camera Title blank causes the camera name set up on the camera
to display.
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Appendix
LED Indicators
LED Status
Network LED
Unlit
Flicker
Lit
Lit
Power LED &
Network LED
Flicker
sequentially
Power LED
Description
No power connected to the unit.
The unit is booting.
The unit is operating.
The unit is connected to a network.
The unit is upgrading the software.
Connector Pin Outs
I/O Connector
Audio
Alarm
GND
OUT
GND
IN
GND
OUT
IN
GND (Frame Ground)
Audio Out
GND (Frame Ground)
Audio In
GND (Frame Ground)
Alarm Out (Active Low –
Open Collector output)
Alarm Input
Power Connector
FGND
DC12V –
DC12V +
Frame GND
Power In
(power polarity is distinguished)
RS485 Connector
Master Unit
–
→ To →
+
→ To →
Slave Unit
TX-/RXTX+/RX+
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Map of Screens (Remote Setup)
Remote Setup
Quick Setup
System
Network
Video
Audio
System
General
Date/Time
User/Group
Network
IP Address
FEN
Port/QoS
Bandwidth Control
Security
IEEE 802.1X
Video
Camera
Streaming
Webcasting
MAT
Privacy Masking
Audio
Input/Output
Event Action
Alarm Out
Email
Remote Callback
Audio Alarm
FTP Upload
Record
Event
Alarm In
Motion Detection
Trip-Zone
Audio Detection
Tampering
System Event
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Troubleshooting
Problem
No Power
PoE switch is not
recognized.
No Live Video
Live video is not clear.
Video color appears
incorrect.
Video flickers.
Connection to the INIT
program is not available
because of wrong ID and
password.
The WebGuard program
is not available.
Possible Solution
 Check power cord connections.
 Confirm that there is power at the outlet.
Check the ground status of the PoE switch and the connected input/
output devices to the camera. If they are not grounded, use them
after grounding.
 Confirm that the camera has power.
 Check that the lens cap has been removed.
 Check that the lens iris is open when using a manual iris lens, or
check that the auto iris jack and its connection when using a
DC-type auto iris lens is attached.
 Check network connections on your PC and a camera.
 Check if there is dust or dirt on the lens and clean the lens with
a clean cotton cloth or brush.
 Check that the focus is set correctly.
 Check that the lighting and adjust the camera position or angle
if bright light is shining directly into the lens.
Check that the white balance setting for the camera. When set to
Auto, it might take awhile to adjust the white balance.
 Check to see if the camera points directly at the sun or a fluorescent
light and adjust the camera’s direction.
 Check that the auto iris jack and its connection when using a
DC-type auto iris lens.
If you lost the administrator ID and password, do a factory reset and
customize all settings all over again. The factory reset returns all
the settings including network settings to the original factory settings.
Write down the password just in case.
If you cannot launch the login page of the WebGuard program, check
Microsoft Internet Explorer’s version. WebGuard might not run
properly in versions earlier than 6.0.
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Specifications
Image Sensor
Lens (Optional)
Lens Mount
Minimum Illumination
Scanning Mode
SNR
Dynamic Range
(Digital WDR)
Day/Night Filter
Electronic Shutter
External Storage i
(Optional)
CAMERA
1/2.7" CMOS
Manual iris, DC-type auto-iris (mega pixel recommended)
CS, C mount
0.5 Lux @ F 1.4 (30 IRE)
Progressive scan
45 dB or higher
90 dB or higher
Yes
Auto
Micro SD (SDHC) memory card (class 6 or higher, max. 32GB)
i
SLC (Single Level Cell) or MLC (Multi Level Cell) types of SanDisk or Transcend brands are recommended
for stable recording.
i
SD memory cards are expendable supplies. After a certain use in time, partial memory sectors can be damaged
and recording may not be available or data will be lost. Check the SD memory card periodically and replace it
with a new one if necessary.
Maximum Frame Rate
(images per second)
Multistream
VIDEO
NTSC or PAL (programmable)
H.264, M-JPEG (Four levels)
HD model: CIF (352x240), 4CIF (704x480), 720p (1280x720)
Full HD model: CIF (352x240), 4CIF (704x480),
720p (1280x720), 1080p (1920x1080)
HD model: H.264 –CBR / VBR (up to 8 Mbps)
Full HD model: H.264 –CBR / VBR (up to 12 Mbps)
HD model: 30 ips @ 720p + 15 ips @ 720p
Full HD model: 30 ips @ 1080p + 30 ips @ 4CIF
Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
Compression Algorithm
AUDIO
G.726 (16KHz), G.711 μ – Law (8KHz)
Video Signal
Compression Algorithm
Compression Resolution
Bitrate Control
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Video Output ii
Audio Input
Audio Output
Alarm Input
Alarm Output
Network Connectivity
ii
INPUTS/OUTPUTS
1 Composite, 1 Vp-p
1 line in or 1 built-in microphone
1 line out
1 TTL, NC/NO programmable, 4.3V (NC) or 0.3V (NO) threshold,
5 VDC
1 TTL open collector, 30mA @ 5 VDC
10/100 Mbps Ethernet
It is intended for video preview while adjusting the camera.
CONNECTORS
RCA
4-Pin mini din jack (standard connection)
Terminal block (mono)
Terminal block
RJ-45
Terminal block
Video Output
Auto Iris Output
Audio In/Out
Alarm In/Out
Ethernet Port
RS-485 Serial Port
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Shipping Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Unit Weight
Shipping Weight
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Approval
GENERAL
2.87" x 2.24" x 5.16" (73mm x 57mm x 131mm)
7.87" x 4.5" x 5.9" (200mm x 115mm x 150mm)
0.84 lbs. (382g)
1.50 lbs. (0.68kg)
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
(Boot up temperature: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C))
0% to 90%
12 VDC, PoE (Power over Ethernet) (IEEE 802.3af, Class 2)
Max. 4.8W
FCC, CE
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Index
A
O
Admin/Watch/Record/Search Port ...... 21
ONVIF Protocol ...................................... 15
B
P
Bitrate Control ..................................... 31
Pan/Tilt Driver ID ................................. 26
C
Q
Camera Name ...................................... 15
Compression ...................................31, 32
Quality ................................................. 31
R
D
Date/Time ............................................ 16
DSCP..................................................... 21
Resolution ............................................ 31
RTSP Port .............................................. 21
S
F
FEN Name ............................................ 20
FEN Server ........................................... 20
Frame Rate .......................................... 31
SSL ....................................................... 24
T
Time Sync ............................................. 16
I
IP Filtering ............................................ 24
U
MAT ..................................................... 33
Use FEN ................................................ 20
Use HTTPS ............................................ 21
Use UPnP .............................................. 22
User/Group .......................................... 17
N
W
Network Bandwidth Limit .................... 23
WebGuard Port .................................... 21
M
V1.2
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