LG | LSW900P-B | LG LSW900P-B Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
Network Camera &
Network Video Server
Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference.
MODEL
LSW900/LSW901 series
LVW900/LVW901 series
LVW700/LVW701 series
LVS301/LVS311 series
LSW2010 series
LDW2010 series
LVS201 series
LW9226(I)/LW9228(I) series
LNP3700T series
LNP2800(I) series
1312 (V1.8)
Contents
Introduction.....................................................................................3
Day/Night settings............................................................................33
Features Chart...........................................................................................................3
3D-DNR setting....................................................................................34
Operation and settings..................................................................4
Before using the system......................................................................................4
Recommended PC Requirements................................................................4
Privacy setting......................................................................................34
Special menu settings.....................................................................35
Reset setting..........................................................................................36
Accessing the LG IP device................................................................................5
OSD Menu Setup (LW9226/LW9228/ LW9228I/ LW9226I/
LNP3700T/LNP2800/LNP2800I series)...................................37
LG Smart Web Viewer Overview....................................................................6
Auto Tracking........................................................................................41
Configuration menu overview.......................................................................7
General operation..............................................................................42
Configuring the LG Network Camera Device........................................8
Camera menu settings...................................................................42
Accessing the Configuration menu...........................................8
PAN/TILT Settings...............................................................................48
System settings......................................................................................8
OSD Settings.........................................................................................50
Audio & Video settings....................................................................11
LANGUAGE Setting...........................................................................51
Network settings................................................................................20
RESET Setting........................................................................................52
User settings..........................................................................................24
Event settings.......................................................................................26
OSD Menu Setup (LSW900/LSW901/LVW700/LVW701/
LVW900/LVW901/LDW2010/LSW2010 series).................29
General Operation.............................................................................31
Exposure settings...............................................................................31
White Balance settings...................................................................33
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Reference..................................................................................... 53
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................53
Open source software notice.......................................................................56
Specifications..........................................................................................................57
Introduction
The LG Network Camera is designed to use on an Ethernet network and must be assigned an IP address to make it accessible.
This manual contains instructions on how to install and manage the LG Network Camera in your networking environment. Some knowledge of
networking environments would be beneficial to the reader.
Should you require any technical assistance, please contact authorized service center.
Features Chart
This table shows the differences between the models.
Item
LSW900
LSW901
LVW700
LVW701
LVW900
LVW901
LSW2010
LDW2010
VA
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
PTZ
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
PRESET
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Fan Fail Notification
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
WDR (OSD)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Item
LVS201
LVS301
LVS311
LW9226(I)
LW9228(I)
LNP3700T
LNP2800(I)
VA
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
PTZ
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
PRESET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fan Fail Notification
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
WDR (OSD)
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Introduction3
Operation and settings
Before using the system
Recommended PC Requirements
•
Before using the LG IP device make sure the connections are
correct and verify whether proper power supply is used.
The LG IP device can be used with most standard operating systems
and browsers.
•
Check the connections of the LG IP device for the correct
conditions.
•
Check that the LG IP device is(are) connected to the network and
that power is supplied.
•
Once the connections are made you need to install the LG client
program to the PC from which you want to access the device.
The LG Smart Web Viewer program is automatically installed when
you connect the LG IP device.
The LG Ipsolute VMS and the LG Smart Web Viewer program are
the network program of the LG Video Server and the LG IP cameras.
•
To view streaming video in Internet Explorer, set your browser
to allow ActiveX controls. If you find this message “This website
wants to install the following add-on: ‘IPCam_Streamer.cab’ from ‘LG
ELECTRONICS INC’”, Click the yellow bar and install LG Smart Web
Viewer Program on your computer.
•
The Layouts and the Live view pages may differ with different OS
(Operating Systems) and Web Browsers.
•
Care needs to be taken not to run any other applications when the
Client Program is running as it may cause memory shortage.
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Items
Operating System
CPU
Web Browser
Requirements
Windows XP Professional,
Windows VISTA, Windows 7
Intel Core2 Quard Q6700 (2.66 GHz) or above
Microsoft Internet Explorer above the
version 6.0 and below the version 8.0.
DirectX
DirectX 9.0 or above
Memory
2 GB or above RAM
Graphics Card
Resolution
256 MB or above Video RAM
2040 x 1536 (with 32 bit color) or higher
Operation and settings
Accessing the LG IP device
3.3
Enter the user name and password. (Note that the
default administrator user name and password are
“admin”.)
Install LG Ipsolute VMS Program
3.4 Discover the LG IP device using the IP Utility
Click the [OK] button and then the LG Smart Web
Viewer is displayed in your browser.
Notes:
The IP Utility can automatically discover and display LG IP
devices on your network. The IP Utility shows the MAC address,
IP address, Model name and so on.
•
You can access the LG IP device by following the below steps.
1.
2.
3.1 Start your Web browser.
Note:
3.2 Enter the IP address of the LG IP device in the address
bar of the browse.
The computer running the IP Utility must be on the same network segment (physical subnet) as the LG IP device.
3.
2.1
Run the IP Utility program.
2.2 Click the [Search] button or select the [Search] option
in the Device search menu.
After a few seconds the found LG IP devices gets displayed in the IP Utility window.
You can also access the LG Smart Web Viewer as shown
below.
3.3 Enter the user name and password set by the administrator.
3.4 Click the [OK] button and then the LG Smart Web
Viewer is displayed in your browser.
•
The LG Smart Web Viewer needs more time to display it
according to the network conditions.
Logging in to the LG Smart Web Viewer
•
The LG Smart Web Viewer can be used with most web
browsers. The recommended browser is Internet Explorer with
Windows.
If the login window is not displayed, check the pop-up
blocker. If you set the pop-up blocker, the login window is
not displayed. You must allow the pop-ups.
•
If you connect the LG Smart Web Viewer for the first time,
the Security Warning window is displayed to install the LG
Smart Web Viewer program. You must install the LG Smart
Web Viewer program for using the LG IP device.
•
If your computer or network is protected by a proxy or firewall, the proxy or firewall settings can prevent the LG Smart
Web Viewer program. Change the proxy or firewall settings
to activate the LG Smart Web Viewer program.
3.1
Run the IP Utility and find the LG IP devices.
3.2
When the LG IP devices appear in the IP Utility window,
double-click IP address or right click on the same IP
address and select “Connect to Web Page” to start the
LG Smart Web Viewer. When accessing the LG Smart
Web Viewer, the authentication dialog appears on the
screen.
Operation and settings5
LG Smart Web Viewer Overview
Click to save the current image in JPEG
format on your computer.
1. Click the [Snapshot] button and then
the Snapshot window is displayed.
2. Click the [Save] button in the Snapshot
window.
3. Enter the file name (JPEG format) and
select the folder to save it.
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm it.
Item
Description
Select the video image size from the dropdown list.
The initial view size is set to AUTO.
Displays the current video codec of the
selected video stream (Master or Slave).
Check this option as the network
connection type (TCP or UDP). If you check
it, the client connects to the server using
TCP connection.
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5. Click the [Close] button in the
Snapshot window to close it.
Displays the Camera OSD control window.
Use these buttons to setup the Camera.
This button does not appear on the screen
if the login is other than the administrator.
Displays the PTZ control window. Use
these buttons to control the PTZ unit.
This button is not displayed with normal or
anonymous user. (The function depends
on the model.)
Select the video stream. From the Live
view drop-down list, select the desired
video image source between [Master-0]
and [Slave-0].
Note:
Master and Slave are output video streams.
You can set the stream configurations
independently for either Master or Slave
stream. This would facilitate the user to set
the live view at his comfort.
Operation and settings
Provides all the necessary tools for setting
up the device to your requirements. The
user will need administrator level to do
this.
Note:
If you want to exit the Configuration menu,
select one of the video stream in the Live
view drop-down list.
Configuration menu overview
The following table shows the list of menu items.
The configuration images are different from each model.
Main Menu
Sub Menu
Note
Version
Date & Time
System
Maintenance
Log & Report
Displays the current surveillance live
screen. You can monitor the camera image
on the live view window of the LG Smart
Web Viewer.
Language
Camera
Stream
Click this button to connect or disconnect
the audio communication between the LG
IP device and the connected PC.
Audio & Video
(Color icon: On, Gray scale icon: Off.)
Click this button to switch the microphone
off and on for the computer.
Option
Option
Preset
Option
Motion detect
Auto Tracking
(Color icon: On, Gray scale icon: Off.)
Click this button to switch the sound off
and on, for the speaker of the computer.
(Color icon: On, Gray scale icon: Off.)
Audio
PTZ protocol
Option
Basic
RTP stream
Network
TCP/IP
DDNS
IP filtering
SNMP
User
Basic
Operation and settings7
System settings
Event schedule
Event
Event server
Version
Sensor & Relay
Option
Fan
Option
Displays the current version of Firmware, Hardware, Software and Web
Client.
Configuring the LG Network Camera Device
The features and options of the LG IP camera are configured through
the Configuration menu.
Only administrator-level users have permission to access the
Configuration menu.
Accessing the Configuration menu
Date & Time
Click the [Configuration] button to display the LG Smart Web Viewer
configuration window.
Warning
The Configuration setup should be made by qualified service
personnel or system installers.
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Operation and settings
Maintenance
Time zone
Set the time difference from GMT in the area where the IP device
is installed. Select the time zone in the area where the IP device is
installed from the drop down list.
Time mode
>> Synchronize with NTP Server: Select if you want to synchronize
the IP device’s date and time with those of the time server
called NTP (Network Time Protocol). Specify the NTP server’s
name. Click the [Test] button for connection test to the server.
>> Synchronize with personal computer: Select if you want to
synchronize the IP device’s date and time with your computer.
>> Synchronize manually: Select if you want to set the IP device’s
date and time manually. Select the year, month and date by
clicking the calendar button. Set hour, minutes and seconds in
the edit boxes.
Notes:
•
When system reboot after time setting, time of system
could be delayed. If you set the time correctly, set the
[Synchronize with NTP server] option.
•
Refer to NTP configuration as operation system of the
Recording Server when the Recording Server use recording
function and NTP server.
Server time
>> Server time: Displays the current date and time of the IP device.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
System reboot
Click the [Reboot] button to restart the IP device. It takes some minutes
for the IP device to start again.
Restore and backup
>> Backup: To take a backup all of the settings. If necessary, it
make possible to return to a backuped configuration.
1. Click the [Backup] button.
2. Click the [Save] button.
3. Follow the instructions on the browser to specify the folder.
4. Click the [Save] button to save the settings.
>> Restore:
1. Click the [Browse] button.
2. Find and open the file in which the configuration setting
data is stored.
3. Click the [Restore] button and the system settings will be
restored and reboot the system.
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Notes:
•
Backup and Restore can happen on IP device having the
same version of firmware. This feature is not intended for
multi-configurations or for firmware upgrades.
•
[Backup] function is allowed in HTTP protocol but not in
HTTPS protocol.
Log & Report
Firmware
>> Upgrade
1. Click the [Browse] button.
Log & Report status
2. Find and open the firmware file.
The System log provides a summary of the status of the IP device. The
unit records the data of the software activity in a file.
3. Click the [Upgrade] button to update the firmware.
Note:
When you upgrade the system, it may take some minutes to
be done. Do not close the browser while the upgrade is in
progress. If you close the browser, it may cause a malfunction.
You should wait until the confirmation window is displayed.
When the upgrade is finished, the confirmation window will be
displayed.
>> Initialize: The [Initialize] button should be used with caution.
Clicking it will return all of the IP device’s settings to the factory
default values. (Except for the Network settings, PTZ Protocol
and Preset settings. The option depends on the model.)
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>> View Log: Click this button to display the system log
information.
--
Download: Click this button to see the log information of
system.
>> View report: Click this button to display the report of the
system.
--
Download: Click this button to see the report information
of system.
Note :
The downloaded file is a UNIX type. If you open the file in Microsoft
Notepad, it will display the text as if the file contained no line breaks at
all.
Operation and settings
Language
Audio & Video settings
Camera
Language list
Select a language for the LG Smart Web Viewer configuration menu
and information display.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Preview
You can preview the camera image on the preview window.
General
>> Contrast: Edit the contrast value from 0 to 100. Selecting 100
provides the image with the highest contrast.
>> Brightness: Edit the brightness of the camera. It is brighter
when a large value is selected and it is darker when a small
value is selected.
>> Standard: Displays the video standard of the camera.
>> Hue: Edit the video Hue of the camera from 0 to 100.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
•
Default: Click this button to restore the IP device back to original
factory settings.
Operation and settings11
Stream
>> Bit rate: If the [Quality] option set to CBR, this option is
displayed. Edit the bit rate value from 256 kbps to 10 240 kbps.
Note:
If the ‘Bit rate’ is configured too low with high resolution, the
actual frame rate will decrease because of narrow bandwidth.
So you need to set or change the ‘Bit rate’ to high value.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Audio (Option)
Master/Slave
>> Enable: Click to activate the stream function.
>> Deinterlacing: Click to activate the deinterlacing function.
>> Video codec: Select the video mode (Codec) from the drop
down list. The viewer can choose between MJPEG and H.264.
>> Resolution: Select the output image size of the camera.
>> Maximum frame rate: Set the frame rate of the image.
Audio In
>> Enable: Click the check box if you want to send the audio from
the microphone input connector.
>> GOP size: It means “Group of Pictures”. The higher the GOP, the
better is the video quality of the camera. Edit the value of GOP
from 1 to 30. This setting is valid for H.264 video format only.
Note:
>> Quality: Select the Quality.
--
VBR: The bit rate may vary depending on the complexity of
the video to meet the selected quality.
--
CBR: The video quality may vary in order to preserve a
constant bit rate.
>> Stream quality: If the [Quality] option set to VBR, this option is
displayed. Select the stream quality from the drop down box,
the camera supports five types. (Highest, High, Medium, Low
and Lowest)
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The Clients connected to the IP device remain unaffected with
additional changes made in the setting.
>> Audio type: Select the codec when you send the audio from
the microphone input connector.
Audio Out
>> Enable: Click the check box to output the audio from the
speaker.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Operation and settings
PTZ protocol (Option)
PTZ configuration
>> Enable: Click to use the PTZ protocol.
Allows the user to configure different PTZ controls by using different
PTZ protocols.
>> Camera ID: Enter the PTZ device ID. Make the same ID as the
PTZ Device.
>> Pan speed: Enter the panning speed of the PTZ device in the
edit box. Default value for the LG Multix Protocol is 60 and
ranges from 0 to 127.
>> Tilt speed: Enter the tilting speed of the PTZ device in the edit
box. Default value for the LG Multix Protocol is 60 and ranges
from 0 to 127.
>> Zoom speed: Enter the zoom speed of the PTZ device to view
the object close or at a distance. Default value for the LG Multix
protocol is 1 and ranges from 0 to 3.
>> Focus speed: Enter the focus speed of the PTZ device to focus
an object clearly near or far. Default value for the LG Multix
protocol is 1 and ranges from 1 to 3.
>> Preset tour park time: Enter the parking time.
PTZ protocol list
Port
>> Baud rate: Select the desired speed of communication
between the IP device and the PTZ Device. Confirm selected
parameter to the baud rate of the IP device.
>> PTZ protocol: Displays the selected PTZ protocol.
>> Edit: Click to display the PTZ protocol window. Select the PTZ
protocol and then click the [Save] button. If you want to delete
the protocol, click the [Remove] button.
>> Data bit: Set the number of the data bits for RS-422/RS-485
communication.
Upload PTZ protocol
>> Parity: Select the desired parameter. The parity bit, added to the
data, to perform parity check.
Follow the instructions below to upload PTZ protocol.
1. Click the [Browse] button, find and open the file and then click
[Upload] button.
2. Click the [Add PTZ protocol] button and then the PTZ protocol
will be added.
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>> Stop bit: Enter the desired parameter. The stop bit, added to
the last of data, in asynchronous communication.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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Preset (Option)
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
Pattern
You can activate the camera in a repeating pattern. The pattern is
programmed by recording your manual pan, tilt, and zoom operations.
The camera stores the movements you performed in memory.
>> To record the pattern
1. Click the [Start recording] button to start the pattern
recording.
2. Move the camera through the desired movement.
3. Click the [Stop recording] button to stop the pattern
recording.
Note:
The available total time of pattern is different depending on
the connected PTZ device and operation.
>> To play the pattern
1. Click the [Play] button to play the programmed pattern.
2. Click the [Stop] button to stop playing.
Preset
Displays the registered preset position.
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Add: Click to add a preset position.
1. Click the [Add] button.
Preview
You can see the settings screen from the preview window.
1. Move the camera to the point you want by using the arrow
buttons.
2. Select the preset index number.
3. Enter the preset alias.
4. Click the [Save] button.
5. Repeat the steps 1 to 4 to add other positions.
2. Adjust the zoom, focus or iris options.
Note:
3. Set the Pan, Tilt, Zoom or Focus speed options.
If you set the HOME position, check the [Set home position]
option.
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Remove: Click to delete the preset position.
1. Select the preset from the list.
2. Click the [Remove] button. The preset will be deleted.
•
Go to preset: Move to the preset position.
1. Select the preset from the list.
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PTZ protocol (LW9228/LW9226/LW9228I/LW9226I/LNP3700T/
LNP2800/LNP2800I models only)
Allows the user to configure different PTZ controls by using different
PTZ protocols.
2. Click the [Go to preset]. The camera will be moved to the
selected preset.
Preset tour
A preset tour is composed of a group of preset positions that the
operator can link together in a sequence.
>> To tour the preset positions
1. Choose the preset in the [Preset].
2. Click the [Add] button in the [Preset tour].
3. Repeat the steps 1 to 2 to add another preset.
PTZ configuration
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm the preset tour.
>> Enable: Click to use the PTZ protocol.
5. Click the [Play] button to start the preset tour.
>> Pan speed: Enter the panning speed of the PTZ device in the
edit box. Default value for the LG Multix Protocol is 60 and
ranges from 0 to 127.
6. Click the [Stop] button to stop the preset tour.
Note:
>> Tilt speed: Enter the tilting speed of the PTZ device in the edit
box. Default value for the LG Multix Protocol is 60 and ranges
from 0 to 127.
If you control the PTZ or OSD, the preset tour will be stopped.
>> Remove: Click this button to delete the selected preset in the
[Preset tour].
>> Zoom speed: Enter the zoom speed of the PTZ device to view
the object close or at a distance. Default value for the LG Multix
protocol is 1 and ranges from 0 to 3.
>> Focus speed: Enter the focus speed of the PTZ device to focus
an object clearly near or far. Default value for the LG Multix
protocol is 1 and ranges from 1 to 3.
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>> Preset tour park time: Enter the parking time.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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Preset
(LW9228/LW9226/LW9228I/LW9226I/LNP3700T/LNP2800/
LNP2800I models only)
Note:
While configuring PATTERN/PRESET/GROUP TOUR/AUTO PAN, turn off
Auto Tracking feature temporarily.
Preview
You can see the settings screen from the preview window.
1. Move the camera to the point you want by using the arrow buttons.
2. Adjust the zoom, focus or iris options.
3. Set the Pan, Tilt, Zoom or Focus speed options.
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
Pattern
You can activate the camera in a repeating pattern. The pattern is
programmed by recording your manual pan, tilt, and zoom operations.
The camera stores the movements you performed in memory.
LNP3700T/LNP2800/LNP2800I series are supported pattern recording
up to 4. (LW9226/LW9228 series do not need to select a pattern index.)
»» To record the pattern
1. Enter the pattern number you wish to register.
2. Click the [Start recording] button to start the pattern recording.
3. Move the camera through the desired movement.
4. Click the [Stop recording] button to stop the pattern recording.
Note:
The available total time of pattern differs depending on connected PTZ
device and operation.
»» To play the pattern
1. Enter the pattern number you wish to register.
2. Click the [Play] button to play the programmed pattern.
3. Click the [Stop] button to stop playing.
Preset
Preset position is the function to register camera monitoring positions
(preset positions) associated with position numbers. By entering the
position numbers, you can move cameras to the preset positions.
»» To register preset position
1. Enter the preset number you wish to register.
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2. Move the camera to a point you wish.
»» To remove the preset index from the group
3. Click the [Add] button.
1. Enter the group number in the [Group index] option.
4. Repeat the steps 1 to 3 to add other positions.
2. Enter the preset index number in the [Preset index] option.
»» To remove the preset position
1. Enter the memorized preset index number.
2. Click the [Remove] button. The preset will be deleted.
»» Changing a picture in a preset position
3. Click the [Remove] button.
4. Repeat the steps 2 to 3 to remove other preset index number.
5. Repeat the stpes 1 to 4 to set the other group index.
»» To tour the group
1. Enter the memorized preset index number.
1. Enter the group number in the [Group index] option.
2. Click the [Go to preset] button. The camera moves to the
preset position and the picture of the camera in that position
appears on the monitor.
2. Click the [Play] button to start the group tour.
Preset tour
A preset tour is composed of a group of preset positions that the
operator can link together in a sequence.
1. Click the [Play] button to start the preset tour.
2. Click the [Stop] button to stop the preset tour.
Note:
If you control the PTZ, the preset tour will be stopped.
Preset group tour
You can create a group using preset positions that are registered
already.
»» To set the group
1. Enter the group number in the [Group index] option.
2. Enter the preset index number in the [Preset index] option.
3. Click the [Add] button.
4. Repeat the steps 2 to 3 to add other preset index number.
5. Repeat the steps 1 to 4 to set the other group index.
3. Click the [Stop] button to stop the group tour.
»» To delete a group
1. Enter the group number in the [Group index] option.
2. Click the [Clear] button. The group will be deleted.
Auto pan
You can play the camera with auto pan function.
»» To set the Auto Pan position
1. Enter the index number you wish to register.
2. Move the camera to the desired point.
3. Click the [Add] button.
4. Repeat the steps 1 to 3 to add other index number. You can set
the Auto pan index number up to 8.
»» To play the auto pan
1. Click the [Play] button to start the Auto Pan function.
2. Click the [Stop] button to stop the Auto Pan function.
Note:
If you click the [CLEAR] button, all of Auto pan position will be deleted.
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Motion detect
How to set the motion detect window
1. Click the [Add] button. The motion detect window is displayed.
You can add the five windows maximum for motion detection
area.
2. Set the [Sensitivity] option.
3. Click the edge or corner of the window box to adjust the
window size for motion detection.
4. Click the [Save] button to save the settings.
Note:
• You can reset the window size. Click one of the window edge or
corner and drag & drop to reset the motion detection area.
•
If LSW2010, LDW2010, LVS201 models, Motion Detection can
be activated when at least one of channels (Master/Slave) is
enabled, Video codec is set to H.264 and GOP size is more than
2.
•
If not LSW2010, LDW2010, LVS201 models, Motion Detection
can be activated when Master channel is enabled, Video codec
is set to H.264 and GOP size is more than 2.
Preview
You can preview the motion detection window on the preview
window.
General
>> Sensitivity: Enter the sensitivity to detect an object in motion.
>> Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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Auto Tracking (LW9228/LW9226/LW9228I/LW9226I/LNP3700T
models only)
>> Target Size
--
SMALL: Make images about 1/4 of the object using Zoom
feature.
--
MEDIUM: Make images about 1/2 of the object using Zoom
feature.
--
LARGE: Make images about 3/4 of the object using Zoom
feature.
>> Camera Height: Set to the height of the camera.
>> TrackTime: Set the maximum time object tracking.
The camera moved to the initial position after tracking the
amount of time set.
>> Sensitivity: Set the sensitivity of detection of objects.
Note:
Low sensitivity setting value can be difficult to detect of small
objects or movement.
Lost configuration
>> Action
Preview
You can see the settings screen from the preview window.
1. Set the camera angle to the point you want with arrow buttons.
2. Adjust the zoom, focus options.
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
>> Enable: Click the check box if you want to activate this function.
>> Track Mode: During perform the Auto Tracking, track the object
using PT(Pan / Tilt) or PTZ(Pan / Tilt / Zoom).
Stay: When tracking is failed, the camera stays current
position preparing re-tracking, does not return to the initial
position.
--
Return: When tracking is failed, the camera returns to the
initial position preparing re-tracking.
>> Timeout: When tracking is failed for the first time, It tries to
re-check the object during set timeout. After that, set action is
performed.
3. Set the Pan, Tilt, Zoom or Focus speed options.
Main configuration
--
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
•
Default: Click this button to restore the IP device back to original
factory settings.
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Network settings
ARP Ping
>> Enable ARP Ping to configure IP address: Check to enable ARP
ping.
Basic
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
RTP stream
RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) is an internet protocol that allows
programs to manage the real-time transmission of multimedia data, via
unicast or multicast.
General
>> MAC address: Displays the MAC address.
Port & Encryption
>> Web port: The default HTTP port number (80) can be changed to
any port within the range 1 025 to 65 535.
>> RTSP port: Check RTSP port. The default port is 554. Other ports
can be selected within the range 1 025 to 65 535.
>> Network encryption: Select the HTTP or HTTPS option for
security.
Note:
The RTSP port number should not be same with the web port
number.
TTL
Master / Slave
>> RTP unicast: When enabled the transmission of the data to the
specified equipment happens on a network specifying a single
address.
>> TTL: This option indicates the Time-To-Live of multicast packets.
The default setting is 7, and the allowed TTL range is from 1 to
255.
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Operation and settings
>> RTP multicast: When enabled it reduces the transmission load
on the camera by making the computer of the same segment
network receive the same transmission data. When multicast
option is checked then select Video Port number, Audio Port
number and Data port number.
--
Video RTP port: Specify the video transmission port number
used for the multicast streaming.
--
Audio RTP port: Specify the audio port number used for the
multicast streaming.
--
Data RTP port: Specify the VA data port number used for
the multicast streaming.
--
IPv4 address: Set the IP address for RTP multicast.
TCP/IP
Note:
Each stream using multicast needs its own pair of multicast IP
address and port numbers to avoid address conflict.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
IPv4 address status
>> Automatically set with DHCP: Select this option when a
DHCP server is installed on the network to allow IP address
assignment. With this setting, the IP address is assigned
automatically.
--
Notify to SMTP server, if IP address is changed: If you select
this option, the user get a notification mail telling about
changing of IP of the IP device.
Note:
You should register the SMTP server on the Event server setting
to set this function.
>> Statically set: Select this option when you set a fixed IP address,
with this setting, specify the IP address, Subnet mask and
default gateway manually.
--
IPv4 address: Enter an IP address.
--
Subnet mask: Enter a subnet mask address.
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--
Gateway: Enter the gateway address.
DNS server status
>> Primary DNS server: Enter the Primary domain name server that
translates the hostnames into IP address.
>> Secondary DNS server: Enter the Secondary DNS server address
that backups the Primary DNS.
•
DDNS
This free service is very useful when combined with the LG DDNS
Server. It allows the user to connect the IP device using the URL, rather
than an IP Address. This also solves the problem of having a dynamic IP
address.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
IPv6 address status
>> Enable: Click the check box if you want to use the IPv6 address.
>> Mode
--
Manual: Select this option when you set a fixed IP address
manually.
--
Basic: Select this option to allow IPv6 address assignment
based on the Mac address. With this setting, the IP address
is assigned automatically.
--
DHCPv6: Select this option when exist a DHCPv6 server
in network. If DHCPv6 server is not existed or temporary
disability, it requests assignment every 3 minutes.
>> IPv6 address: You can enter the IP address when you select the
Manual mode. It alarms when you enter the invalid IP address.
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DDNS status
>> Don’t use DDNS server: Disable the DDNS function.
>> Use DDNS server: Enable the DDNS function.
•
--
Provider: Displays the DDNS provider.
--
Hostname: Enter the hostname you want to use.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Operation and settings
IP filtering
--
The access of the IP addresses in the list are allowed or denied
according to the choice made in the drop-down list of the Basic policy
option. The administrator can add up to 10 IP address entries to the list
(a single entry can contain multiple IP addresses). The users from these
IP addresses need to be specified in the user list with the appropriate
access rights. The IP list is to control the access permission of clients by
checking the client IP address.
Deny all: Deny all the IP address basically, but the IP
addresses in the list are allowed. It needs at least one IP
address to activate this function.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
•
Add: Click this button to add the IP address.
1. Click the [Add] button.
2. Set the IP options.
--
Alias: Enter the alias.
--
From: Enter the start IP address for the IP filtering.
--
To: Enter the end IP address for the IP filtering.
Note:
If you want to deny or to allow a range of IP addresses, enter
the start IP address to “From” and the end IP address to “To”. You
can also add an IP address by entering the same IP address to
“From” and “To”.
3. Click the [Save] button.
4. Repeat the steps 1 to 3 to add additional IP address.
•
Remove: Click this button to delete the IP address.
1. Select the alias from the list.
2. Click the [Remove] button. The IP address will be deleted.
IPv6 address
•
IP list
>> Basic policy: Select the basic policy type.
--
Allow all: Allow all the IP address basically, but the IP
addresses in the list are denied.
Add: Click this button to add the IP address.
1. Click the [Add] button.
2. Set the IP address option.
--
Alias: Enter the alias.
--
IPv6 address: Enter the IP address for IP filtering.
3. Click the [Save] button.
4. Repeat the steps 1 to 3 to add additional IPv6 address.
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•
Remove: Click this button to delete the IPv6 address.
1. Select the alias from the list.
2. Click the [Remove] button. The IPv6 address will be deleted.
SNMP
The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application
protocol to exchange the management information of network
devices.
User settings
Basic
The IP device is shipped with the login rights of administrator only. If
others need to access the IP device excluding the configuration a login
with viewer rights need to be created. A maximum of 50 users can be
created.
SNMP v1/v2c
>> Enable SNMP v1/v2c: Selects when SNMP is allowed access to
this device.
>> Read Community: Specifies the SNMP management
community in which you want to read this system.
>> Write Community: Specifies the SNMP management
community in which you want to write this system.
SNMP v3
>> Enable SNMP v3: Selects when SNMP v3 is allowed access to
this device. It supports authentication and encryption.
>> SecurityName: Type the security name for the SNMP.
>> Password: Type the password for the SNMP.
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User list
>> Add the User
You can register a new user with various access rights.
1. Click the [Add] button. User setting dialog is displayed.
2. Enter the new User ID and Password. (Should have a
minimum of 4 characters and preferably a combination of
alphanumeric.)
3. To confirm the password, retype the password that you
typed in the Password box.
Operation and settings
4. Select the authority from the drop down list to provide the
access rights to each user and then click the [Save] to confirm your selection.
--
Administrator: Allows you to operate setup menus and
to view live images.
--
Power user: Use of the limited functions of the system.
(The Configuration menu is not allowed.)
A power user can use the Live View, OSD control and
audio functions.
--
Normal user: Provides the lowest level of access, Allows
to view live images only.
--
Custom user: The user can login and view the live
stream image only when the “Enable anonymous login”
option is checked to enable it.
Anonymous
>> Enable anonymous login
Check the box to enable anonymous user login - allows the
user access for only viewing the live stream image.
Maximum RTP stream connection
>> Maximum number of simultaneous stream connection:
Set this number to limit the number of simultaneous stream
connections.
The connections depend on the stream configuration as
shown in the following Maximum RTP stream connection by
stream configuration.
Video Codec Resolution
Note:
Remember the password.
>> Edit the registered user
You can change the password or authority.
1. Choose the user ID and then click the [Edit] button.
2. Change the Password or Authority, then click the [Save]
button to confirm your selection.
>> Delete the registered user
Quality
Maximum
RTP
stream
H.264
D1
30
HIGHEST
Up to 5
H.264
D1
30
MEDIUM
Up to 10
MJPEG
D1
30
MEDIUM
Up to 1
MJPEG
Half D1
30
MEDIUM
Up to 2
MJPEG
D1
15
MEDIUM
Up to 10
Note:
1. Choose the user ID you want to delete.
Preview window of the IP device setting and preset setting are
affected by this setting.
2. Click the [Remove] button.
Note:
Frame
Rate
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
The default administrator user ID ‘admin’ and ‘anonymous’ are
permanent and cannot be deleted.
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Event settings
Event schedule
When an event (VA/ Motion detect/ Sensor Event) occurs, this unit
records the live images and routes as configured. The event function is
depending on models.
Event schedule list
>> To edit the Event Schedule
1. Select the Trigger event and click the [Edit] button. Event
schedule window is displayed.
2. Set the options.
•
Trigger: Displays the selected trigger event.
•
Time: Sets the weekday, Start, Finish, Pre alarm, Post
alarm and Ignore interval time options.
•
Action: Selects the options. This occurs when the event
runs.
--
FTP server/SMTP server: Uploading of images to an
FTP server, or e-mail notification.
--
Move camera to: Write the number of the preset,
the camera would Move to this preset when the
relay is activated.
--
Control relay: The relay is activated or deactivated.
•
Stream: Selects the stream of the connected camera.
•
Programmable Alarm: When the alarm is activated, the
selected stream will be set with the specified framerate
and quality during the control duration.
1. Click the check box if you want to activate this
function.
2. Sets the options.
3. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
Note:
You should register the SMTP and FTP server on the Event
server setting to set this function.
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Operation and settings
Event Server
--
Event Servers are used to receive the recorded video clip and/or
notification messages.
Folder: Type the path with the folder that is shared in
the FTP server.
--
Test: Select [Test] to test the FTP server.
3. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
>> To edit the FTP server
1. Choose the FTP server in the FTP server list.
2. Click the [Edit] button.
You can check or edit the FTP server options.
>> To delete the FTP server
1. Choose the FTP server in the FTP server list.
2. Click the [Remove] button. This would remove the FTP
server from the list.
SMTP server list
FTP server list
Image files can be transferred to the FTP server within the scheduled
time. Image file that has been recorded linked to an external event is
sent to the FTP server periodically.
>> To add the FTP server
1. Click the [Add] button. FTP server setting window is
displayed.
2. Set the FTP server options.
--
Alias: Type the FTP Server name to upload the image
files.
--
Address: Enter the FTP server’s IP address.
--
Port: Enter the port number. The default FTP port is 21.
--
User ID: Type the user name for the Folder shared in the
FTP server.
--
Password: Type the password for the folder shared in
the FTP Server.
By selecting the e-mail option, a still image of the event is captured
and an e-mail with the attached image file is sent to the specified mail
address.
>> To add the SMTP server
1. Click the [Add] button. SMTP server setting window is displayed.
2. Set the SMTP server options.
--
Alias: Enter the SMTP server name.
--
User ID: Enter the user ID of the SMTP server. This would
be the one who owns the mail account.
--
Password: Enter the password of the SMTP server.
--
Address: Enter the SMTP server address.
--
Port: Enter the port number. The default port is 25.
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--
Enable SSL: Check when use the SSL (Secure Socket
Layer) protocol. SSL protocol is cryptographic protocols
that provide secure communication on a network.
--
Receiving address: Type the recipients e-mail address.
You can specify only one recipient e-mail address.
--
Administrator address: Type the e-mail address of the
administrator.
--
Subject: Enter the subject/title of the e-mail.
--
Message: This message can describe the information of
the acquired IP address, etc.
--
Test: Select [Test] to test the SMTP server.
Sensor & Relay (Option)
Sensor
>> Enable: Marks up when you want to activate the sensor.
3. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
>> Alias: Displays the sensor name.
>> To edit the SMTP server
1. Choose the SMTP server in the SMTP server list.
>> Type: Select the sensor type.
Relay
2. Click the [Edit] button.
You can check or edit the SMTP server options.
>> Control duration: Enter the relay time.
>> Alias: Displays the relay name.
>> To delete the SMTP server
>> Type: Select the relay type.
1. Choose the SMTP server in the SMTP server list.
>> Control relay
2. Click the [Remove] button.
•
--
Run: Click to activate the relay.
--
Stop: Click to stop the relay.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Note:
Number of sensor and relay are depending on models.
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Operation and settings
Fan (Option)
OSD Menu Setup (LSW900/LSW901/
LVW700/LVW701/LVW900/LVW901/
LDW2010/LSW2010 series)
The following table shows the list of menu items and options.
These options are depending on models. The OSD images are different
from each model.
Fan fail notification
Main Menu
Sub Menu
EXPOSURE
ELC/ALC
or
ELC
(LDW2010
series only)
>> Control relay: Marks up when you want to activate the selected
relay.
>> SMTP server: Selects the SMTP server. By selecting this option
an e-mail notification is sent to the user indicating a failure in
the fan operation.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Contents
WDR/BLC
or
Backlight
(LDW2010/LSW2010
series ONLY)
The option
depends on the
model.
BRIGHTNESS
0 to 100
AGC
OFF/LOW/
MIDDLE/HIGH
SHUTTER
X512, ... , X2,
AUTO,OFF, A.FLK,
1/160,... , 1/90 000
SENS-UP
OFF
AUTO
EXIT
WHITE BAL
RET/TOP/END
ATW
-
AWC/PUSH
-
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MANUAL
DAY/NIGHT
3D-DNR
PRIVACY
AUTO
INDOOR,
OUTDOOR
RED
-100 to 100
BLUE
-100 to 100
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
LEVEL
LOW/ MIDDLE/
HIGH
DWELL TIME
EXIT
SPECIAL
D-ZOOM
OFF
ON
ZOOM
PAN
TILT
EXIT
D-EFFECT
OFF/ V-FLIP/ MIRROR/ ROTATE
5, 10, 15, 30, 60
SEC
SHARPNESS
0 to 68
COLOR
OFF/ ON
RET/TOP/END
STABILIZER
OFF/ ON
DAY
-
USER TITLE
OFF/ ON
NIGHT
-
LANGUAGE
The option depends on the model.
OFF
-
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
LOW
-
CAMERA
REBOOT
-
MIDDLE
HIGH
-
FACTORY
RESET
-
EXIT
-
-
-
RESET
-
OFF
ON
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COLOR TEMP
MASK NUMBER
AREA 1 to AREA 8
DISPLAY
ON/OFF
COLOR
GRAY, WHITE,
BLACK
HEIGHT
4 to 100
WIDTH
4 to 100
MOVE Y
2 to 98
MOVE X
2 to 98
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
EXIT
Operation and settings
General Operation
Notes:
1. Click the [OSD control] button on the LG Smart Web Viewer.
•
button: Used to move upper direction on the menu screen.
2.Click button on the OSD control window.
The camera setting menu appears on the live view window.
•
button: Used to move lower direction on the menu screen.
•
button: Used to increase the value selected in the menu.
•
button: Used to decrease the value selected in the menu.
•
button: Executes selections and displays a submenu for an item
with the mark.
Exposure settings
3.Use or button to select an option then click
Submenu appears.
4.Use
or
button to select a submenu option.
5.Use
or
button to select a value.
button.
6. Select [EXIT] option then click button to exit the setup menu. In
the submenu, use or button to select the [EXIT] then use
or button to select a mode and click button to exit the setup
menu.
--
RET: Return to the previous.
--
TOP: Return to the CAMERA SETTING menu screen.
--
END: Exit the setup menu.
You can set the exposure options using the EXPOSURE menu.
1. Select [EXPOSURE] option on the [CAMERA SETTING] menu.
2. Use
3. Press
or
button to select a mode.
button and the EXPOSURE menu appears.
Notes:
•
ELC Mode is right for outdoor scenes.
•
ALC Mode is right for indoor scenes.
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WDR/BLC (Option)
BRIGHTNESS
Use Backlight option to view the object clearly in backlight conditions.
You can increase the brightness of the darkened video. If you set the
brightness to lower value, the image gets darkened. If you set the
brightness to higher value, the image gets bright.
1. Select [WDR/BLC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2.Use
•
or
button to select a mode then click
button.
WDR (Option): WDR (Wide dynamic range) feature can be very
helpful to cope with very challenging lighting conditions. It is
capable of capturing both of the dark part and bright part and
combining the differences into a scene to generate a highly
realistic image as original scene. Set the WDR limit.
>> ACE (Adaptive Contrast Enhancement) : This function is used
when you want to display dark areas of WDR brightly.
•
BLC: Camera’s backlight compensation feature helps alleviate issues
of visibility in high contrast areas. Set the BLC limit.
•
HSBLC: Use for masking brightness of the specific area to view the
subject more clearly. The HSBLC mode is automatically activated
only in low luminance scene.
>> AREA SETTING: Use or button to select area then use
or button to select [ON] or [OFF]. Click button to exit the
area setting menu.
>> GRAY SCALE: Use
or
button to select a gray scale.
>> USER SCALE: Use
or
button to select a bright level.
>> MASK: Use or button to select [ON] or [OFF].
If you set the MASK to ON, the mask function is activated only
when the HSBLC is activated by auto mode.
•
OFF: Not in use.
1. Select [BRIGHTNESS] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set the bright level.
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
If the images are too dark, change the maximum [AGC] value to make
the images brighter.
1. Select the [AGC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2.Use
or
button to select a mode.
SHUTTER (Shutter Speed)
Select the desired shutter speed for camera exposure. You can change
the shutter speed to higher speed to capture fast-moving subjects,
though the image becomes darker.
1. Select [SHUTTER] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set shutter speed.
SENS-UP
If pictures are not clear due to darkness, this SENS-UP operation would
increase the sensitivity of picture.
1. Select [SENS-UP] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2.Use
•
or
button to select a mode.
AUTO: Adjust the sensitivity of the picture automatically.
>> SENS-UP LIMIT: Use
SENS-UP limit.
or
button to set the
>> EXIT: Select a mode and click
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button to exit the menu.
Operation and settings
Note:
>> COLOR TEMP: Use
If you set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the
[SHUTTER] menu or [AGC] to [OFF], the [SENS-UP] setting is not
available and [---] mark is displayed.
or
button to select a function.
--
INDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper white
balance is approximately 3 200 K.
--
OUTDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper
white balance is approximately 5 100 K.
White Balance settings
>> RED: Set the desired red value.
Select the method by which the camera shifts its output colors to
compensate for the color of a light source.
>> BLUE: Set the desired blue value.
Day/Night settings
1. Select the [WHITE BALANCE] option.
2.Use
•
or
button to select a mode then click
button.
ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance): In this mode, white balance
has better coverage than auto. Proper white balance may not be
obtained under the following conditions:
1. Select [DAY/NIGHT] option.
2.Use
•
AUTO: You can set the white balance options automatically.
AWC / PUSH: If you select the AWC / PUSH mode, you will be
able to set up the White Balance automatically using button.
•
MANUAL: You can set the white balance options manually.
AUTO: DAY/NIGHT mode changes automatically.
If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the AUTO
mode of the DAY/NIGHT function is not available and [---] mark is
displayed.
>> When the scene is dim.
•
button to select a mode for DAY/NIGHT function.
Note:
>> When the scene contains mostly high color temperature
objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
•
or
>> LEVEL: Use
or
>> DWELL TIME: Use
•
button to select a level.
or
button to select a dwell time.
DAY: Color mode enabled.
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•
NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.
Privacy setting
3D-DNR setting
This function is aiming at the protection of personal privacy. The
selected part is not displayed on the screen.
1. Select [3D-DNR] option.
1. Select the [PRIVACY] option.
If pictures are not clear due to noise, this option would reduce the
noise of picture.
2.Use
or
button to select an option.
Notes:
•
If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE] menu,
the [3D-DNR] function is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
•
When you use this function, the afterimage may occur.
2.Use or button to select [ON] and press
SETUP menu appears.
. The PRIVACY
3.Use or button to select a zone number (AREA1 to AREA8) on
the [MASK NUMBER] option.
4.Use or button to set to ON or OFF on the [DISPLAY] option. If
you set to ON, the mask zone box appears on the live window.
5.Use or button to select the color of the mask zone box on
the [COLOR] option.
6.Use or button to select an option then use
adjust the option.
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or
button to
•
HEIGHT: Increase or decrease the vertical size of the mask zone box.
•
WIDTH: Increase or decrease the horizontal size of the mask zone
box.
•
MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask zone box.
•
MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the mask zone box.
Operation and settings
Note:
D-EFFECT (Digital effect)
The parts with the registered mask numbers from AREA1 to AREA4
have the same color. (So do the parts with the numbers from AREA5 to
AREA8.) If you change the mask color, the registered mask color will be
changed automatically with the same color for each of group (AREA1
to AREA4, AREA5 to AREA8).
You can select the digital effect.
Special menu settings
1. Select the [D-EFFECT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
or
button to select a digital effect.
•
V-FLIP: Flip the picture vertically.
•
MIRROR: Turn on the mirror effect.
•
ROTATE: Rotate the picture. (180°)
•
OFF: Turn off the digital effect.
SHARPNESS
The degree to which the boundary of the two portions is clearly
distinguished.
1. Select the [SHARPNESS] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use or button to adjust the option. If you set the sharpness
value to higher, the image outline becomes sharp. If you set to
lower value, the image outline becomes dim.
D-ZOOM
STABILIZER
You can select the digital zoom level.
1. Select [D-ZOOM] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Use or button to select [ON] then click button. When you
set to ON, the displayed image can be shaking.
3. Use or button to select an option then use
select a level.
or
or
button to
•
ZOOM: Use
button to enlarge the screen.
•
PAN: Use
or
button to move the screen. (left or right)
•
TILT: Use
or
button to move the screen. (up or down)
The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of shaky
images caused by low-frequency vibration.
This function is useful for outdoor surveillance.
Select the [STABILIZER] option and set to ON or OFF.
Note:
If you set the [STABILIZER] to ON, the Digital zoom is set to [x1.1]
automatically.
COLOR
You can switch the displayed picture to gray scale or color.
1. Select the [COLOR] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
•
or
button to change a color effect.
ON: To display the picture with color.
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•
Reset setting
OFF: To display the picture with grayscale.
USER TITLE
You can use the camera identification to assign a number and
character to the camera.
To disappear the user title, select [OFF].
1. Select the [USER TITLE] option on the [SPECIAL] screen.
2.Use or button to select [ON] then click
TITLE menu appears.
button. The USER
1. Select the [RESET] option.
2.Click
3.Use or button to select option.
• CAMERA REBOOT: Reboot the camera system.
A
3.Use , , or
click button.
•
button to select a character or number then
•
CLR: Clear all entered characters and numbers.
•
POS: Move the USER TITLE position on the screen using the arrow
buttons.
•
END: Confirm your selection or exit the setting.
•
A(Blank): Insert a space at the cursor position.
•
/
button and the RESET menu appears.
FACTORY RESET: Clear certain settings and information and
return to factory default settings.
4.Click
button to confirm your selection.
: Moves cursor to left or right.
LANGUAGE
Select the viewer language for the camera setup menu and OSD
information display.
1. Select the [LANGUAGE] option on the [SPECIAL] screen.
2.Use
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or
button to select the language.
Operation and settings
OSD Menu Setup (LW9226/LW9228/
LW9228I/ LW9226I/LNP3700T/
LNP2800/LNP2800I series)
The following table shows the list of menu items and options.
LW9226/LW9228/LW9226I/LW9228I series
1st level
2nd level
CAMERA SET
FOCUS
3rd level
Contents
FOCUS MODE
AUTO/MANUAL/ONE PUSH/
ZOOM TRIG
FOCUS DIST
LW9228 series:
50 CM, 1.8 M, 3 M, 6 M
LW9226 series:
50 CM, 1 M, 3 M, 5 M
RETURN
-
IRIS
AUTO/MANUAL
AGC
OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/HIGH
WDR/BLC
OFF/WDR/BLC/HSBLC
BRIGHTNESS
0 to 100
SHUTTER
OFF, A.FLK, 1/160, …, 1/90
000, X2, …, X512, AUTO
SENS-UP
AUTO X2/AUTO X3/…/AUTO
X128/OFF
EXPOSURE
RETURN
-
CAMERA SET
WHITE
BALANCE
ATW
-
AUTO
-
MANUAL
COLOR TEMP
INDOOR/
OUTDOOR
RED
- 100 to 100
BLUE
- 100 to 100
RETURN
-
ONE PUSH
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
LOW/MIDDLE/
HIGH
DWELL TIME
5,10,15,30,60
SEC
RETURN
-
DAY/NIGHT
3D-DNR
COLOR
SHARPNESS
RETURN
DAY
-
NIGHT
-
OFF
-
LOW
-
MIDDLE
-
HIGH
-
ON
COLOR
-20 to 20
OFF
-
0 to 68
-
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PAN/TILT SET
PRIVACY MASK
MASK NUMBER
1 to 8
-
USER TITLE
ON/OFF
SET MASK
-
-
ZOOM MAG
ON/OFF
MASK STATE
ON/OFF
-
FUNCTION
ON/OFF
MASK COLOR
GRAY, WHITE,
BLACK
-
DOME ID
ON/OFF
RETURN
-
WIDTH
2 to 320
-
HEIGHT
3 to 240
-
RETURN
SPECIAL
OSD SET
LANGUAGE
-
The option depends on the model.
INFORMATION
-
INITIALIZATION
-
PROPORTIONAL PT
ON/OFF
-
COMPASS
SET/ON/OFF
-
FACTORY
RESET
-
SET
RETURN
-
-
-
GO
ON
HOME POSITION
RESET
RETURN
DWELL TIME
(0 to 100)
RETURN
OFF
-
ON
RETURN TIME
(1 MIN to 100
MIN)
OFF
-
ON/OFF
-
AUTO RETURN
TILT LIMIT
RETURN
RETURN
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-
Operation and settings
LNP3700T/LNP2800/LNP2800I series
1st level
2nd level
CAMERA SET
FOCUS
EXPOSURE
CAMERA SET
3rd level
Contents
FOCUS MODE
AUTO/MANUAL/ONE PUSH/
ZOOM TRIG
FOCUS DIST
1M, 3 M, 6 M
ZOOM START
LNP3700T series: x1 to x36
LNP2800 series: x1 to x27
ZOOM END
LNP3700T series: x2 to x444
LNP2800 series: x2 to x336
RETURN
-
IRIS
AUTO/MANUAL
AGC
OFF/1 to 10
WDR/BLC
OFF/WDR/BLC/HSBLC
BRIGHTNESS
0 to 100
SHUTTER
OFF, A.FLK, 1/160,..., 1/120 000,
X2, ... X512, AUTO
SENS-UP
AUTO X2/.../AUTO X128/OFF
RETURN
-
WHITE
BALANCE
ATW
-
AUTO
-
MANUAL
COLOR TEMP
INDOOR/
OUTDOOR
RED
- 100 to 100
BLUE
- 100 to 100
RETURN
-
ONE PUSH
AUTO
D/N LEVEL
LOW/MIDDLE/
HIGH
DWELL TIME
5,10,15,30,60
SEC
RETURN
-
DAY/NIGHT
3D-DNR
COLOR
DAY
-
NIGHT
-
OFF
-
LOW
-
MIDDLE
-
HIGH
-
ON
COLOR
OFF
-50 to 50
-
SHARPNESS
0 to 68
STABILIZER
OFF/ON
RETURN
-
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PAN/TILT SET
PRIVACY MASK
SPECIAL
MASK NUMBER
1 to 8
USER TITLE
ON/OFF
SET MASK
-
ZOOM MAG
ON/OFF
MASK STATE
ON/OFF
FUNCTION
ON/OFF
MASK COLOR
GRAY, WHITE, BLACK
DOME ID
ON/OFF
WIDTH
0 to 320
RETURN
-
HEIGHT
0 to 240
RETURN
-
OSD SET
LANGUAGE
PROPORTIONAL PT
ON/OFF
-
COMPASS
ON/OFF
-
RESET
SET
GO
DWELL TIME
(INFINITE, 1
MIN to 100
MIN)
ON
HOME POSITION
RETURN
The option depends on the model.
INFORMATION
-
INITIALIZATION
-
CAMERA RESET
-
FACTORY
RESET
-
RETURN
-
-
-
RETURN
OFF
-
ON
RETURN TIME
(1 MIN to 100
MIN)
OFF
-
ON/OFF
-
AUTO RETURN
TILT LIMIT
RETURN
RETURN
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Operation and settings
Auto Tracking
Normal Scenario for Auto Tracking
Object detecting state
The camera starts to search a moving object. It may not starts the
detecting under the some conditions. See ‘About Auto Tracking’.
Object tracking state
If the camera detects the object, it starts to track the object. When it
uses PTZ in tracking, it’ll zoom in the object if it is small. If some OSD
such as USER TITLE, ZOOM MAG, FUNCTION, DOME ID, and COMPASS
are enabled, they are hidden from this state.
Recovery state
When the camera is configured to PTZ mode and lost the object, it will
zoom out to re-tracking the object.
Lost state
If the camera fails to re-tracking the object, it can stay its position or
return to the initial position where the tracking was started. The hidden
OSD is shown from this state.
While PRESET TOUR / GROUP TOUR / AUTO PAN
• When the camera is stopped at one preset position, it follows the
normal scenario for the preset dwell time.
•
If a moving object is detected, the camera tracks the object until
the lost state.
•
If a moving object is not detected for the dwell time, it goes to the
next preset position. While it is moving to the next position, the
Auto Tracking is stopped temporary.
•
Because of the OSD, Auto Tracking might operate incorrectly while
PRESET TOUR/GROUP TOUR/AUTO PAN.
About Auto Tracking
• The Auto Tracking is stopped when a user moves the camera (Pan/
Tilt/Zoom) or turns on OSD Menu. It is started again whenever a
user stops the control.
•
The Auto Tracking is disabled temporary while the camera is
moving based on some configurations: PRESET TOUR, GROUP TOUR,
PATTERN TOUR, and AUTO PAN.
•
When NIGHT MODE or the camera height value is configured to
2.5 M, ZOOM function will be inactivated to operate Auto Tracking
correctly.
•
The following conditions can cause operational errors or make Auto
Tracking impossible.
--
An object that is not distinguishable from background at
low luminance.
--
An object that has similar color with background.
--
A lot of moving objects
--
Unsteady camera
--
Environments where a shadow is long
--
Environments where there is extreme flickering or where
there is light shining and light reflection on the dome
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General operation
Camera menu settings
1. Click the [OSD control] button on the LG Smart Web Viewer.
2.Click
button.
The camera setting menu appears on the live view window.
3.Use or button to select an option then click
Submenu appears.
4.Use
or
button to select a submenu option.
5.Use
or
button to select a value.
button.
Focus setting
The camera adjusts the focus automatically by sensing the center of the
picture.
.
6.Click
button to exit the setup menu.
In the submenu, use or button to select the [RETURN] option
and click button to return to the previous.
Note:
•
button: Used to move upper direction on the menu screen.
•
button: Used to move lower direction on the menu screen.
•
button: Used to increase the value selected in the menu.
•
button: Used to decrease the value selected in the menu.
•
button: Executes selections and displays a submenu for an item
with the mark.
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Operation and settings
Focus mode
Select [FOCUS MODE] option on the [FOCUS] menu, then select the
following mode.
•
AUTO: Auto-focus is activated automatically.
•
MANUAL: Focus is activated automatically after the zoom
movement is finished. If you want to control the focus manually,
press the FOCUS ( or ) buttons on the controller.
•
ONE PUSH: The focus is activated manually. If the camera is received
auto-focus command, the camera is activated auto-focus mode
and the focus is set automatically and then the focus mode is
automatically changed to manual mode.
•
ZOOM TRIG: The focus is activated manually. If you change the
zoom, the focus is activated automatically and then the focus mode
is automatically changed to manual mode.
Exposure settings
.
Focus Distance setting
Selects the minimum shooting distance for the focus. Select [FOCUS
DIST] option on the [FOCUS] menu, then select a focus distance value.
Zoom Start setting (Option)
You can set the zoom start position of the camera. When the zoom
function is operated, the zoom always will start at the selected zoom
start position. Select [ZOOM START] option on the [FOCUS] menu, then
set a zoom start position.
Zoom End setting (Option)
You can set the zoom end position of the camera. If you set the zoom
end position, the zoom is operated up to the selected zoom end
position. Select [ZOOM END] option on the [FOCUS] menu, then set the
zoom end position.
Iris setting
Select the desired lens iris value for camera exposure.
Select [IRIS] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu, then select a value.
•
AUTO: The lens iris is set automatically.
•
MANUAL: Use or button to select the DC Iris level. DC Iris level
are set by one parameter unit.
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AGC (Automatic Gain Control) setting
If the images are too dark, change the maximum
[AGC] value to make the images bright.
1. Select the [AGC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
SHUTTER (Shutter Speed) setting
Select the desired shutter speed for camera exposure. You can change
the shutter speed to higher speed to capture fast-moving subjects,
though the image becomes darker.
2. Use
1. Select [SHUTTER] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
or
button to select a value.
WDR/BLC setting
Use WDR/BLC option to set the options for BLC or WDR camera.
1. Select [WDR/BLC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2. Use
•
or
button to select a mode then press
.
WDR LEVEL: WDR (Wide dynamic range) feature can be very
helpful to cope with very challenging lighting conditions. It
is capable of capturing both of the dark part and bright part
and combining the differences into a scene to generate a
highly realistic image as original scene. Set the WDR level (LOW,
MIDDLE, HIGH).
•
BLC LEVEL: Camera’s backlight compensation feature helps
alleviate issues of visibility in high contrast areas. Set the BLC
level (LOW, MIDDLE, HIGH).
•
HSBLC: Use for masking brightness of the specific area to view
the subject more clearly.
•
--
HSBLC LEVEL: Select the HSBLC level. (LOW, MIDDLE, HIGH).
--
COLOR: Use
or
2. Use
or
button to set shutter speed.
SENS-UP setting
If pictures are not clear due to darkness, use this function to increase
the sensitivity of picture.
1. Select [SENS-UP] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2. Use or button to set the SENS-UP limit. To set the SENS-UP
function, select the [AUTO] on the [SHUTTER].
Note:
If you set to one of the SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [SHUTTER]
menu, the [SENS-UP] setting is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
button to select a color.
OFF: Not used.
BRIGHTNESS setting
You can increase the brightness of the darkened video. If you set the
brightness to lower value, the image gets darkened. If you set the
brightness to higher value, the image gets bright.
1. Select [BRIGHTNESS] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
2. Use
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or
button to set the bright level.
Operation and settings
White Balance setting
Select the method by which the camera shifts its output colors to
compensate for the color of a light source.
objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
--
ONE PUSH: If you select the ONE PUSH mode, you will be able
to set up the White Balance automatically using button.
•
MANUAL: You can set the white balance options manually.
--
1. Select the [WHITE BALANCE] option on the [CAMERA SET] menu.
2. Use
•
•
or
button to select a mode then press
When the scene is dim.
•
COLOR TEMP: Use
or
button to select a function.
››
INDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper
white balance is approximately 3 200 K.
››
OUTDOOR: The color temperature range for the proper
white balance is approximately 5 100 K.
--
RED: Set the desired red value.
--
BLUE: Set the desired blue value.
.
ATW (Auto-Tracing White Balance): In this mode, the
color temperature range for the proper white balance is
approximately from 1 800 to 10 500 K. Proper white balance
may not be obtained under the following conditions:
--
When the color temperature is out of the
1 800 K to 10 500 K range.
--
When the scene mostly contains high color temperature
objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
--
When the scene is dim.
AUTO: In this mode, the color temperature range for the proper
white balance is approximately
2 700 K to 5 400 K. Proper white balance may not be obtained
under the following conditions:
--
When the color temperature is out of the 2 700 K to 5 400 K
range.
--
When the scene mostly contains high color temperature
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Day/Night setting
3D-DNR setting
1. Select [DAY/NIGHT] option on the [CAMERA SET] menu.
1. Select the [3D-DNR] option. If pictures are not clear due to
brightness, use this function to reduce the noise of picture.
2. Use
•
or
button to select the mode.
AUTO: DAY/NIGHT mode changes automatically.
--
D/N LEVEL: Use
--
DWELL TIME: Use
or
or
button to select a level.
button to select a dwell time.
Note:
•
If you set the AGC to [OFF] or the SHUTTER is set to one of the
SHUTTER options except AUTO on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the
AUTO mode of the DAY/NIGHT function is not available and
[---] mark is displayed.
DAY: Color mode enabled.
•
NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.
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2. Use
or
button to select an option.
Note:
•
If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE] menu, the [3D-DNR]
function is not available.
•
When you use this function, the afterimage may occur.
Color setting
You can switch the displayed picture to grayscale or color.
Operation and settings
1. Select the [COLOR] option on the [CAMERA SET] menu.
Stabilizer setting (Option)
2. Use
The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of shaky
images caused by low-frequency vibration.
or
button to change a color effect.
•
ON: To display the picture with color. Select ON and press to
display the submenu. You can adjust the color level using the
or button.
•
OFF: To display the picture with grayscale.
Sharpness setting
Sharpens the image outline.
This function is useful for outdoor surveillance. Select [STABILIZER]
option and set to ON or OFF.
Note:
• If you set the [STABILIZER] to ON, the Digital zoom is set to [x1.1]
automatically.
1. Select the [SHARPNESS] option on the [CAMERA SET] menu.
•
[STABILIZER] is not activated for LW9226(I) and LW9228(I) models.
2. Use or button to adjust the option. If you set the sharpness
value to higher, the image outline becomes sharp. If you set to
lower value, the image outline becomes dim.
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PAN/TILT Settings
4. Select the [SET MASK] option and press
Privacy Mask setting
This function is aiming at the protection of personal privacy, the mask
zone is not displayed on the screen. Up to 8 zones can be registered.
button.
5. Select the mask zone using the PTZ control buttons and then press
button to save it.
6. Use or button to set to [ON] or [OFF] on the [MASK STATE]
option. If you already registered the mask zone and set to ON, the
mask zone box appears on the monitor.
7. Use or button to select the color of the mask zone box on the
[MASK COLOR] option.
8. Select the [WIDTH] option and use or
horizontal size of the mask zone box.
button to adjust the
9. Select the [HEIGHT] option and use
vertical size of the mask zone box.
button to adjust the
or
10. Repeat steps 3 to 9 to add additional positions.
.
Notes:
•
The parts with the registered mask numbers from 1 to 4 have the
same color. (So do the parts with the numbers from 5 to 8). If you
change the mask color, the registered mask color will be changed
automatically with the same color for each of group (1 to 4, 5 to 8).
•
The initial PRIVACY MASK color is set to black . After setting, the
PRIVACY MASK position on [SET MASK] option, it`ll be changed to
gray color.
Be sure, you have to press button on the [SET MASK] option to
confirm the privacy mask color.
1. Select the [PRIVACY MASK] option on the [PAN/TILT MENU].
2. Press
button to display the PRIVACY MASK MENU.
3. Use or button to select a zone number on the [MASK
NUMBER] option.
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Operation and settings
Special setting
Home position
The home position is the camera’s basic position.
The camera returns to this position whenever you want.
Use the following procedure to make the home position.
1. Select [HOME POSITION] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
or
3.Press
button to set it ON.
button.
4. Select [SET] option and then press
button.
5. Select the home position where you want and then press
Proportional PT
This function optimizes the image by automatically adjusting the PAN/
TILT (horizontal/vertical rotation) speed according to the zoom ratio.
1. Select [PROPORTIONAL PT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
or
button to toggle it on and off.
•
ON : Pan/tilt speed is in inverse proportion to the zoom ratio.
•
OFF : The speed is constant at the fastest level regardless of the
zoom ratio.
Compass
You can display the north, south, east and west information on the
screen.
1. Select [COMPASS] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Set the [COMPASS] option to [SET] and then press
button.
button.
6. Select [DWELL TIME] option and then select the dwell time.
7. Select [RETURN] option and press
menu.
button to exit the setting
»» Go to Home position
1. Select [HOME POSITION] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
3.Press
or
button to set it ON.
button.
4. Select [GO] option and then press
move to the home position.
button. The camera will
Note:
If you set the [HOME POSITION] to [ON], the [AUTO RETURN] option is
set to [OFF] automatically and you can not use it.
(LW9226(I)/LW9228(I) series only)
3. Select north point using the PTZ control buttons and then press
button.
4. Set the [COMPASS] option to [ON].
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Auto return
This function can be used to specify automatic return to a particular
mode if a certain amount of time elapses without any operation being
performed.
OSD Settings
1. Select [AUTO RETURN] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set it [ON] and then press
button.
3. Select [RETURN TIME] option and then select the auto return time.
4. Select [RETURN] option and press
menu.
button to exit the setting
Note:
.
If you set [AUTO RETURN] to [ON], the [HOME POSITION] option is set
to [OFF] automatically and you can not use it.
(LW9226(I)/LW9228(I) series only)
Tilt limit
You can specify the tilt range. If you set this function, the camera is able
to tilt from 15º to 165º.
1. Select [TILT LIMIT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2.Use or button to set it [ON]. If you do not want to use this
function, set it to [OFF].
Note:
[DOME ID] is not activated for LNP3700T,LNP2800,LNP2800I models.
User title setting
You can use the camera identification to assign a number and character
to the camera.
1. Select [USER TITLE] option on the [OSD] menu.
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Operation and settings
2.Use
or
3.Press
FUNCTION setting
Displays or removes the Function OSD on the screen.
button to set it [ON].
button. The USER TITLE menu appears.
4.Use , , or button to select a character, number, symbol
mark or option item.
1. Select [FUNCTION] option on the [OSD] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set it [ON] or [OFF].
3. Select [RETURN] option and press
menu.
button to exit the setting
DOME ID setting (Option)
Displays or removes the Camera ID OSD on the screen.
A
1. Select [DOME ID] option on the [OSD] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set it [ON] or [OFF]
3. Select [RETURN] option and press
menu.
•
</>: Moves cursor to left or right.
•
A (Blank): Insert a space at the cursor position.
•
CLR: If you enter the wrong code, select [CLR] then press
All letters will be erased at once.
•
POS: Move the USER TITLE position on the screen using the
or buttons.
•
END: Select this option to exit the settings.
.
button to exit the setting
Note:
USER TITLE, ZOOM MAG, FUNCTION, DOME ID, and COMPASS are
hidden when the camera starts tracking an object. When the tracking is
stopped, those will be displayed as configured.
LANGUAGE Setting
Select a language for the setup menu and OSD display.
ZOOM MAG setting
Displays or removes the zoom OSD on the screen.
1. Select [ZOOM MAG] option on the [OSD] menu.
2.Use
or
button to set it [ON] or [OFF].
3. Select [RETURN] option and press
menu.
button to exit the setting
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Information
You can view the current camera information such as PTZ software
version, camera software version, camera ID, Protocol and Baud Rate.
RESET Setting
1. Select [INFORMATION] option on the [RESET] menu.
2.Press
button to display the current camera information.
Initialization
You can initialize the camera settings.
1. Select [INITIALIZATION] option on the [RESET] menu.
.
2.Press
button then confirmation window is displayed.
3. Select [YES] and press
button.
Camera reset (Option)
1. Select [CAMERA RESET] option on the [RESET] menu.
2. Press [Open] or [Close] button then confirmation window is
displayed.
3. Select [YES] and press [Open] or [Close] button.
Factory reset
Clear certain settings and information and return to factory default
settings.
1. Select [FACTORY RESET] option on the [RESET] menu.
Note:
2.Press
[CAMERA RESET] is not activated for LW9226(I) and LW9228(I) models.
3. Select [YES] and press button. The camera will return to the
factory default settings.
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button then confirmation window is displayed.
Operation and settings
Reference
Troubleshooting
This section provides useful information to help you to resolve any difficulty you might have with your LG IP device. Fault symptoms, possible
causes and remedial actions are provided here.
IP Setting problems
•
ARP/Ping: Disconnect and reconnect the power to the network camera. The device should get the IP within 2 minutes.
•
Ping your camera: Open the command prompt on your computer, type ping with the IP address of the network device. The reply obtained by
this command provides explanation for the cause of the problem.
1. bytes = 32 time = 2 ms indicates that the IP address is already used and cannot reuse the same. A new IP address needs to be obtained.
2. Destination host unreachable: indicates that the network device and your computer do not fall in the same subnet hence needs to get a
new IP address. Contact the system administrator for the required help.
3. Request timed out: Indicates that the IP is free as it is not used by anyone and the network device can obtain this.
•
IP Conflicts: If the LG network device is set with a static IP address and if the DHCP option is set then there may be IP’s same as the network
device and other network partner. Hence set the static IP address to 0.0.0.0 to resolve this conflict.
Cannot access the camera from browser:
•
Reconnect the network camera with power and check the ping operation to know if the IP is used by others.
•
Disable the proxy setting in the Browser if you are using a proxy server.
•
Check for proper cabling and network connections, try to ping after verifying the connectivity.
•
Sometimes when HTTPS is enabled, we would be checking the URL with http, in this case manually change the URL to the http/https
accordingly.
•
Verify the DNS and Gateway settings if the IP address is assigned statically to the network device.
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Accessing camera external to the local network
•
Firewall Protection: Check for the internet firewall with the system administrator, either he has to do port forwarding or modify the DMZ
function on the router.
•
Default router needed: Check if you need configure the router settings.
Sporadic network performance
•
Network Switches or hubs used may be of the lower configuration and the load on this may not meet the required conditions of our network
camera.
•
Check for the RJ-45 cables that are used for the network connectivity.
•
If POE is used check if the power is got by the network camera when connected to it.
Login Password lost
•
Reset the camera by pressing the Reset button for more than 3 seconds to restore default settings.
•
After the factory settings login using the default user name and password.
Video Streaming problems
•
If the video streaming does not start on the Web browser, install the LG Web Client ActiveX program on your computer following the
instructions on the Web browser.
•
When Windows IE browsers are used always take care to allow pop ups, check this option before we run the web client.
•
Check the quality of image by referring the video settings as described in the manual.
•
Sometimes there would be intermittent or very slow video streaming, this may be because of the higher resolution and frame rate that are set
for the video.
•
The video streaming may appear poor at times, this may be because of the network traffic ,too many devices connected to the switch or hub,
enabling motion detection to each of the video streams and because of other programs running on your computer.
•
If the images appear to be blurred adjust the focus of the network camera to get a clear image.
•
Video images if appear white and black adjust the settings in the OSD to get back the colorful image.
•
Select the Night mode if the network camera is connected at a place where surrounding light is less or dark.
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Reference
•
If we obtain lower frame rate than set we need to check from the system administrator for sufficient bandwidth available or reduce the
number of applications running on the client computer.
•
If the client PC’s are unable to access the multicast stream, check with the system administrator for the use of a valid multicast address or
check if the router is supporting multicasting.
•
If the images appear to have white of gray stripes on it, upgrade the Video graphics driver on the client PC to the latest version.
•
Video images may be noisy if you are using the camera in a very low light environment or the bit rate/quality is set to very low values. Provide
higher values for quality and support the surrounding environment with enough light.
Audio condition
The client computer that is interacting with the camera needs to have a sound card that is functional to support speaker and microphone.
The sound card needs to be checked for its support for full duplex communication.
Ensure that the mute button of the client computer is not set and all the audio settings are correct.
Speaker button on the web viewer should be enabled to listen the audio from the network camera.
Ensure that the bidirectional audio button is enabled on the Web viewer and the microphone is set.
Change the input and the output gain for microphone and the speaker respectively to set correct audio level.
For all further support please contact the supplier or forums or websites.
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lge.com. In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download. LG
Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost
of media, shipping and handling) upon email request to opensource@lge.com. This offer is valid for three (3) years from the date on which you
purchased the product.Specifications
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Specifications
LSW900/LSW901/LVW700/LVW701/LVW900/LVW901/LSW2010/LDW2010 Series
Item
Image Device
Lens Type
LSW900
LSW901
LVW700
LVW701
6 mm (1/3 type) Vertical Double Interline CCD
C/CS Mount
Varifocal Lens (2.8 mm to 11 mm)
Video Out
Auto Gain Control
Exposure
Electric Shutter
Day/Night
1.0 Vp-p Composite Signal (75 Ω)
OFF/ LOW/ MIDDLE/ HIGH
ALC/ELC
1/50 to 1/90 000 (PAL), 1/60 to 1/90 000 (NTSC)
Sens-Up
Minimum
Illumination
AUTO/OFF
Color
B/W
White Balance
Backlight Compensation
3D-DNR
Privacy Masking
Digital Zoom
DIS(Stabilizer)
Digital Effect
Resolution (Max)
Output
Frame Rate (Maximum)
LVW900
True Day and Night ( Auto/ Day / Night )
LVW901
LSW2010
LDW2010
6 mm (1/3 type) Super HAD II
CCD
Fixed Lens
C/CS Mount
(F=3.7 mm)
ELC
Digital Day and Night
(Auto/ Day / Night )
0.1 lx (Sens-up Off )
0.06 lx
(Sens-up Off )
0.3 lx
(Sens-up Off )
0.000 03 lx (Sens-up On)
0.000 06 lx
(Sens-up On)
0.000 06 lx
(Sens-up On)
ATW / AWC / Manual
BLC/WDR/HSBLC/OFF
BLC/WDR
OFF/ Low/ Middle/ High
8 Zone
X8
ON/OFF
OFF/ V-Flip / Mirror / Rotate
704 x 480 (NTSC), 704 x 576 (PAL)
RJ-45 (Network), CVBS (Monitor)
30 fps/25 fps (NTSC/PAL)
BLC/HSBLC/OFF
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Compression
Audio
Audio Compression
Sensor/Relay
VA
Intruder
detection
Crossing
Line
Object
Removal
Object
Counting
Tampering
Event Detection
Event Notification
ID/Password
Encryption
Physical Layer
Protocol
IPv4 and
IPv6
IPv4
IP support
Users
Operation Temperature /
Humidity
Fan Operation Temp
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H.264 (Basic Profile), MJPEG, Dual Stream
Full Duplex (Line level input/output )
G.726, G.711(A-law, u-law)
1 digital input, 1 relay output
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Not Support Support
Sensor In, Motion detect
VA
VA
VA
Relay, SMTP, FTP
Multi level user ID/password (Admin, Power, Normal, Customer)
HTTPS (SSL,TLS)
10/100 base TX Ethernet
Not Support
-
-
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, DHCP, ICMP
FTP, SMTP, NTP, ARP, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, DDNS(LG)
Dynamic, Static, Private IP
Unicast 10 Streams / 50 user registration
-10 ºC to 50 ºC / 0 %RH to 80 %RH
Not Support
-30 ºC to 50 ºC /
0 % RH to 80 % RH
<15 ºC (Dome inside)
-10 ºC to 50 ºC /
0 %RH to 80 %RH
Not Support
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Power Source
PoE, AC 24 V (±20 %) (1 A or above)
DC 12 V (±10 %) (2 A or above)
Power Consumption
Other
Dimension
Weight
About 9 W
About 10 W
RS-485 Support
Not Support
69 mm x 54 mm x
128.5 mm (W x H x D)
Ø156 mm x 155 mm (Φ xH)
0.5 kg
0.86 kg
PoE, AC 24 V (±20 %)
(1.5 A or above)
DC 12 V (±10 %)
(3 A or above)
About 10 W
(without heater),
13 W (with heater)
Not Support
1.4 kg
PoE, DC 12 V (±10 %)
(1 A or above)
About 4.2 W (DC),
About 5.7 W (PoE)
Not Support
(W) 67.4 mm x
Ø122 mm x
(H) 135.4 mm x
102 mm (Φ xH)
(D) 61.5 mm
370 g
415 g
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LVS201/LVS301/LVS311 Series
Item
LVS201
LVS301
Resolution (Maximum)
704 x 480 (NTSC), 704 x 576 (PAL)
Output
RJ-45(Network),
Frame Rate (Maximum)
30 fps/25 fps(NTSC/PAL)
Compression
H.264 (Basic Profile), MJPEG, Dual Stream
Audio
LVS311
RJ-45 (Network), CVBS (Monitor)
Not Support
Full Duplex(Line level input/output ) - Audio Input 1Ch,
Audio Output 1Ch
Audio Compression
Not Support
G.726, G.711 (A-law, u-law)
Sensor/Relay
Not Support
1 digital input, 1 relay output
Intruder
detection
Not Support
Not Support
Support
Crossing
Line
Not Support
Not Support
Support
Object
Removal
Not Support
Not Support
Support
Object
Counting
Not Support
Not Support
Support
Tampering
Not Support
Not Support
Support
Motion detection
Sensor In, Motion Detect
Sensor In, Motion Detect, VA
Relay, SMTP, FTP
VA
Event Detection
Event Notification
SMTP, FTP
ID/Password
Multi level user ID/password (Admin, Power, Normal, Customer)
Encryption
HTTPS (SSL)
Physical Layer
Protocol
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HTTPS (SSL,TLS)
10/100 base TX Ethernet
IPv4 and
IPv6
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, DHCP, ICMP
IPv4
FTP, SMTP, NTP, ARP, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, DDNS(LG)
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IP support
Dynamic, Static, Private IP
Users
Unicast 10 Streams / 50 user registration
Operation Temperature /
Humidity
-10 ºC to 50 ºC / 0 % RH to 80 % RH
Power Source
PoE, DC 12 V (±20 %) (1 A or above)
PoE, AC 24 V (±20 %) (1 A or above), DC 12 V (±10 %) (2 A or above)
Power Consumption
About 3 W
About 7 W
Other
RS-485 Support
RS-485 / RS-422 Support
Dimention (W x H x D)
100 mm x 41 mm x 91 mm
170.4 mm x 56.2 mm x130.2 mm
Weight
204 g
0.73 kg
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LW9226/LW9226I/LW9228/LW9228I Series
Item
Camera
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LW9226
LW9226I
LW9228
LW9228I
Image Sensor
4.5 mm (1/4 type) EX-view HAD CCD
Lens
x27 Zoom
(F1.5 (Wide End), F3.8 (Tele End))
( f = 3.25 mm to 88 mm )
Resolution
Up to 704 x 480, 704 x 576 (N/P)
Minimum
Illumination
Color Mode: 0.003 (0.6) lx (Sens-up OFF)
B/W Mode: 0.000 1 (0.1) lx (Sens-up OFF)
True Day/Night
Support
WDR
Support
Image Enhancement
Backlight Compensation, Exposure Control, Sens Up Control, AGC, White Balance, Privacy Masking, EIS,
Digital Zoom
x37 Zoom
(F1.5(Wide End), F4.1(Tele End))
( f = 3.5 mm to 129 mm )
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PTZ
Video/
Audio
Event
Optical Zoom
x27
x37
Panning Range &
Speed
0 ˚ to 360 ˚, Maximum 400 ˚/Second
Tilting Range &
Speed
0 ˚ to 180 ˚, Maximum 400 ˚/Second
Auto Panning
Maximum 8 points
Preset
128
Group Touring
Maximum 9 Groups
Pattern
1 EA
Auto Tracking
Support
Video Compression
H.264, MJPEG
Frame Rate
30 fps @ D1 + 30 fps @ CIF (NTSC), 25 fps @ D1 + 25 fps @ CIF (PAL)
Multi-Streaming
Dual Streaming
Audio Compression
G.726, G.711
2-way Audio
Support
Motion Detection
Support
Event Notification
Relay Out, Email, FTP
Pre Event Buffering
Support
Video Analytics
Embedded
Not Support
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Interface
Network
Video In/Out
1 BNC Out
Audio In/Out
1/1
Alarm In/Out
4/2
Ethernet
10/100 Ethernet
Security
Password Protection, HTTPS (SSL, TLS)
Protocol
Misc.
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IPv4 and
IPv6
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, DHCP, ICMP
IPv4
FTP, SMTP, NTP, ARP, SNMP v1/v2c/v3, DDNS(LG)
Remote S/W
LG Ipsolute VMS or Web Client
Connections
Up to 10
Protection
IP66, Vandal Proof
Power Source
AC 24 V
Power Consumption
25 W
19 W
25 W
19 W
Operating
Temperature
-20 ˚C to 50 ˚C
-10 ˚C to 50 ˚C
-20 ˚C to 50 ˚C
-10 ˚C to 50 ˚C
-
IP66, Vandal Proof
-
Humidity: 0 % RH to 80 % RH
Safekeeping
Temperature
-30 ˚C to 60 ˚C (Humidity: 0 % RH to 90 % RH)
Weight
4.17 kg
2.5 kg
4.17 kg
2.5 kg
Dimension (Φ xH)
234.6 mm x 269.9 mm
205.8 mm x 247.4 mm
234.6 mm x 269.9 mm
205.8 mm x 247.4 mm
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LNP3700T/LNP2800/LNP2800I Series
Item
LNP3700T
Image Sensor
4.5 mm (1/4 type) CCD
Lens
x37 Zoom, F1.5(Wide End), F4.1(Tele End)
(f = 3.5 mm to 129.5 mm)
Resolution
Up to 704 x 480 (NTSC), 704 x 576 (PAL)
Minimum Illumination
B/W
0.01 lx (Sens-up OFF), 0.000 01 lx (Sens-up ON)
Color
0.2 lx (Sens-up OFF), 0.003 lx (Sens-up ON)
LNP2800
LNP2800I
x28 Zoom, F1.5 (Wide End) , F3.0 (Tele End)
(f = 3.5 mm to 98 mm)
ICR Day/Night
Support
Image Enhancement
Backlight Compensation, Exposure Control, Sens Up Control, AGC, White Balance, Privacy Masking,
Digital Zoom, EIS
Optical Zoom
x37
Panning Range & Speed
0 ˚ to 360 ˚, Maximum 500 ˚/Second
Tilting Range & Speed
0 ˚ to 180 ˚, Maximum 500 ˚/Second
Auto Panning
2 to 8 points
Preset
256
Group Touring
Maximum 10 Groups
Pattern
4 EA
Auto Tracking
Support
Video Compression
H.264, MJPEG
Frame Rate
30/25 fps @ D1 (N/P) + 30/25 fps @ CIF (N/P)
Multi-Streaming
Dual Streaming
Audio Compression
G.726, G.711
2-way Audio
Support
x28
No Support
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Motion Detection
Support
Event Notification
Relay Out, Email, FTP, Preset(on Sensor)
Pre Event Buffering
Support
Video In/Out
1 BNC Out
Audio In/Out
1/1
Alarm In/Out
4/2
Ethernet
10/100 Ethernet
Security
Password Protection, HTTPS (SSL, TLS)
Protocol
IPv4
TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, UDP, DHCP, ICMP, FTP, SMTP, NTP, ARP, SNMPv1/v2c/v3, DDNS(LG)
IPv4/v6
TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, DHCP, ICMP
Open Protocol
ONVIF 2.2 Profile S,PSIA 1.1
Remote S/W
LVi510, Mobile application (iPhone, Android, iPad)
Connections
Up to 10
Protection
IP66, Vandal Proof
Power Source
AC 24 V
Power Consumption
Maximum 25 W
Maximum 21 W
Input current
1.8 A
1.4 A
Operating Temperature
-20 ˚C to 50 ˚C
-10 ˚C to 50 ˚C
Operating Humidity
0 % RH to 80 % RH
Weight
4.17 kg
2.5 kg
Dimension (ØxH)
234.6 mm x 269.9 mm
205.8 mm x 269.9 mm
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