LG | LW6424-FP | LG LW6424-FP Owner’s Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
High Definition
Network Dome Camera
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
MODEL
LW6424 series
LW6454 series
P/NO : MFL62591949
1010 (V1.0)
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the
product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the product.
FCC WARNING: This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may
cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly
approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.
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REGULATORY INFORMATION: FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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A suitable conduit entries, knock-outs or glands shall be provided in the cable entries of this product in the end user.
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Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replaced only with the same or equivalent type recommended
by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Holes in metal, through which insulated wires pass, shall have
smooth well rounded surfaces or shall be provided with brushings.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Warning: Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as
a bookcase or similar unit.
Warning: Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National
Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Warning: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this
product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
Warning: To reduce a risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
product to rain or moisture.
Caution: This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes.
Caution: To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
Caution: The apparatus shall not be exposed to water (dripping or
splashing) and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
To disconnect power from mains, pull out the mains cord plug.
When installing the product, ensure that the plug is easily accessible.
LG Electronics hereby declares that this/these
product(s) is/are in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EC and 2009/125/EC.
European representative :
LG Electronics Service Europe B.V.
Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere,
The Netherlands (Tel : +31-(0)36-547-8888)
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be
disposed of separately from the municipal waste
stream via designated collection facilities appointed
by the government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of
your old appliance, please contact your city office,
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
EEE Compliance with Directive. (for Turkey only)
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
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13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Cautions for Safe Operation
Handling of the unit
Operating and storage location
Be careful not to spill water or other liquids on the unit. Be cautious
not to get combustible or metallic material inside the body. If used
with foreign matter inside, the device is liable to fail or to get cause
of fire or electric shock.
Avoid viewing a very bright object (such as light fittings) during
an extended period. Avoid operating or storing the unit in the
following locations.
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Remove dust or dirt on the surface of the lens with a blower.
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Use a dry soft cloth to clean the body. If it is very dirty, use a
cloth dampened with a small quantity of neutral detergent then
wipe dry.
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Avoid the use of volatile solvents such as thinners, alcohol,
benzene and insecticides.
They may damage the surface finish and/or impair the operation
of the device.
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Extremely hot or cold places (operating temperature from -10 °C
to 50 °C, however, we recommend that the unit be used within a
temperature range from 0 °C to 45 °C)
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Damp or dust place
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Places exposed to rain
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Places subject to strong vibration
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Close to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation such
as radio or TV transmitters.
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Contents
Introduction.................................................................................... 7
Reference...................................................................................... 52
Part names and Functions..................................................................8
Troubleshooting..................................................................................52
Open source software notice..........................................................55
Connections.................................................................................. 10
Specifications.......................................................................................58
Precautions............................................................................................10
Connection Overview........................................................................10
Connecting Network.........................................................................11
Connecting Power Source...............................................................12
Connecting Alarm Device................................................................13
Connecting Microphone and Speaker Device..........................14
Mounting the camera........................................................................15
Operation and settings................................................................ 21
Before using the system...................................................................21
Recommended PC Requirements.................................................21
Accessing the LG IP device..............................................................22
LG Smart Web Viewer Overview....................................................23
Configuring the LG IP camera.........................................................25
OSD Menu Setup.................................................................................41
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Contents
Introduction
The LG Network Camera is designed to use on an Ethernet network
and must be assigned an IP address to make it accessible.
Features Chart
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.
LW6454 is used for the description, operations and details provided
in this manual.
This table shows the differences between the models.
Should you require any technical assistance, please contact
authorized service center.
Models
LW6424
LW6454
VA
No
Yes
Features
The LG Network Dome Camera offers the following functions:
Accessories
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Dual H.264 Stream for single Video Input
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Multi-Codec (H.264, MJPEG) Streaming
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Program CD
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Intelligent Video Analysis (Option)
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Owner’s Manual
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PoE (Power over Ethernet) Support (802.3af )
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Installation sticker
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2 Power (DC 12 V, PoE) Support
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Fixing screw & hexagonal wrench
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Audio Support (G.711, G.726 Full Duplex)
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Pre/Post Alarm Support
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Vandal Proof Support (IP66)
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High resolution and high sensitivity with a 6.49 mm progressive
scan CMOS.
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Day & Night function
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ABF Auto Back Focus function
Introduction
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Part names and Functions
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Dome Cover Ring
Dome Cover
Fall Prevention rubber band
Fixes the rubber band into the dome cover.
Lens Cover
Azimuth adjuster
Adjusts the azimuth angle to obtain a level image.
Focus lock lever
Fixes the focus position after adjusting.
Zoom lock lever
Fixes the zoom position after adjusting.
Tilting lock screw
Fixes the tilting position after adjusting.
Video Out connector
Supplies analog video signal (composite) to the connected
device.
ABF Auto Back Focus button
ABF Auto Back Focus is an adjustable function for the back
focus automatically. Before you use it, you should set the
zoom and focus of the lens approximately. If you press this
button, the camera will be activated to adjust the back
focus automatically. If you keep pressing this button about 4
seconds, the focus reset function will be activated.
OSD Setup menu control buttons
Use to set the OSD Setup menu.
RESET button
Push the button more than 3 seconds, this would restore the
factory default network related settings.
Pan adjuster
Adjusts the pan position.
Introduction
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ETHERNET/PoE Port
Connects to a PC or a network via a hub with a
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX cable attached RJ-45 connector.
Note:
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Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that integrates
power into a standard LAN infrastructure. It enables power
to be provided to the network device, such as a network
camera, using the same cable as that used for network
connection. It eliminates the need for power outlets at the
device locations and enables easier application of uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).
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ALARM IN / ALARM IN RETURN
Provides physical interface for sensor.
ALARM OUT / ALARM OUT RETURN
Provides physical interface for Alarm/Relay.
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AUDIO OUT (Line Level Output)
Connect to an active speaker with a built-in amplifier.
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AUDIO IN (Line Level Input)
Input for a mono microphone, or a line-in mono signal.
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Power input jack
Connect to a DC 12 V power supply using proper cables.
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Camera mounting bracket
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GORE protective sticker / Air vent system
TM
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Do not remove the GORE protection sticker. It helps the
flow of air to prevent moisture and condensation inside
of the camera. This air vent system helps the product’s
reliability and stability so it increases the life cycle.
Introduction
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Connections
Precautions
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Be sure to switch off the unit before installation and connection.
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The installation should be made by qualified service personnel or system installers.
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Do not expose the power and connection cables to moisture, which may cause damage to the unit.
Connection Overview
PoE Device
(IEEE802.3af )
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Connections
Connecting Network
You can control and monitor the system via network. With the remote control (monitoring), you can change the system configuration or
monitor the image via network. After the installation, check the network settings for the remote control and monitoring work.
Connect the IP camera to your network using a standard RJ-45 network cable as shown below.
Broadband
Service
Router
ETHERNET
With PoE
PoE Device
(IEEE802.3af )
Broadband
Service
Connections
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Connecting Power Source
Connect power, using one of the methods listed below:
To use the power adapter
Connect a DC 12 V power source to the power input terminal as shown below.
(recommended power adapter is DC 12 V/1.5 A or above)
(Connect to the DC 12 V UL Listed, Class 2 Power Supply only on the unit. )
POWER IN
DC 12 V
To use the PoE (Power over Ethernet) device
Connect the PoE cable to the LAN port on the unit. You must use the “IEEE802.3af” standard PoE device.
ETHERNET
With PoE
PoE Device
(IEEE802.3af )
Note:
If the camera doesn’t work properly after connecting PoE device, please check if the PoE device supplies enough power.
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Connections
Connecting Alarm Device
Alarm terminals are used to connect the alarm (relay) devices such as sensors, door switches, etc.
ALARM IN / ALARM IN RETURN (Sensor Input)
Connect the sensor device to the sensor input terminal.
GREEN
GREEN-ALARM IN
BLACK-ALARM IN
RETURN
RED-ALARM OUT
WHITE-ALARM OUT
RETURN
Sensor Device
BLACK
GREEN-ALARM
GREEN-ALARMININ
BLACK-ALARM
BLACK-ALARMININ
RETURN
RETURN
RED-ALARM
OUT
RED-ALARM
OUT
WHITE-ALARM
OUT
WHITE-ALARM OUT
RETURN
RETURN
ALARM OUT / ALARM OUT RETURN (Relay Output)
Connect the alarm (relay) device to the relay output terminal. Alarm signal is outputted at an event occurrence.
RED
Alarm (relay) Device
WHITE
Note: The Photo MOS Relay is rated for 100 mA at 20 V DC or 100
Connections
GREEN-ALARM
GREEN-ALARMININ
BLACK-ALARM
BLACK-ALARMININ
RETURN
RETURN
RED-ALARM
OUT
RED-ALARM
OUT
WHITE-ALARM
OUT
WHITE-ALARM OUT
RETURN
RETURN
GREEN-ALARM IN
BLACK-ALARM IN
mARED-ALARM
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V AC.
OUT
WHITE-ALARM OUT
RETURN
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Connecting Microphone and Speaker Device
Optionally connect an active speaker and/or external microphone with a built-in amplifier.
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN
Note:
Keep the microphone away from the speaker to avoid howling.
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Connections
Mounting the camera
3. Fasten the camera assembly bracket to the ceiling.
You can mount the camera on a ceiling or wall.
Surface mount
Follow the instructions below to surface mount the camera.
1. Use the installation guide template to check the mounting
location. Face the front of the label toward the area of interest.
Using the template as a guide, make a hole through the ceiling.
2. Pass the connection cable through the inner side of the ceiling.
Connections
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4. Connect the cables to the cable jacks of the camera body.
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5. Assemble the camera and mounting bracket. Connect the unit
by following step a and b.
Connections
Wall mount (Optional)
3. Install the wall mount assembly as shown below.
Follow the instructions below to install the camera with a wall
mount.
1. Drill holes in the wall where you want to install the wall mount.
2. Install the wall mount installation bracket.
Connections
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4. Connect the cables to the camera jack.
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5. Attach the camera to the wall mount assembly.
Connections
Pendant mount (Optional)
3. Install the pendant mount assembly.
Follow the instructions below to install the camera with a pendant
mount.
1. Drill holes on the wall where you want to install the pendant
mount.
2. Pass the connection cable through the pendant mount assembly
so that they hang down.
Connections
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4. Connect the cables to the camera jacks.
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5. Attach the camera to the pendant mount assembly.
Connections
Operation and settings
Before using the system
Recommended PC Requirements
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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.
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Check the connections of the LG IP device for the correct
conditions.
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Check that the LG IP device is(are) connected to the network and
that power is supplied.
Operating System
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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 Smart Station and the LG Smart Web Viewer program
are the network program of the LG Video Server and the LG IP
cameras.
CPU
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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.
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The Layouts and the Live view pages may differ with different OS
(Operating Systems) and Web Browsers.
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Care needs to be taken not to run any other applications when
the Client Program is running as it may cause memory shortage.
Operation and settings
Items
Web Browser
Requirements
Windows XP Professional
Intel Core2 Quard Q6700 (2.66 GHz) or
above
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
DirectX
DirectX 9.0 or above
Memory
2 GB or above RAM
Graphics Card
Resolution
256 MB or above Video RAM
1 280 x1 024 (with 32 bit color) or higher
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Accessing the LG IP device
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.
3.3
Discover the LG IP device using the IP Utility
Enter the user name and password. (Note that the
default administrator user name and password are
“admin”.)
3.4 The IP Utility can automatically discover and display LG IP
devices on your network.
Click the [OK] button and then the LG Smart Web
Viewer is displayed in your browser.
Notes:
You can access the LG IP device by following the below steps.
1.
2.
Copy the IP Utility to your PC
1.1 Insert the Client Program CD.
1.2 Find and Copy IP Utility folder to your PC.
The IP Utility shows the MAC address, IP address, Model
name and so on.
3.
You can also access the LG Smart Web Viewer as shown
below.
Note:
3.1 Start your Web browser.
The computer running the IP Utility must be on the same
network segment (physical subnet) as the LG IP device.
3.2 Enter the IP address of the LG IP device in the address
bar of the browse.
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.
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.
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Logging in to the LG Smart Web Viewer
The LG Smart Web Viewer needs more time to display it
according to the network conditions.
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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.
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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.
3.1
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Run the IP Utility and find the LG IP devices.
Operation and settings
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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.
LG Smart Web Viewer Overview
Item
Description
Select the video image size from the
drop-down list. (1 080p, 720p, D1 or CIF)
The initial view size is set to D1.
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.
Operation and settings
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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.
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.
4. Click the [Save] button to confirm it.
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.
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.
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Displays the current surveillance live
screen. You can monitor the camera
image on the live view window of the LG
Smart Web Viewer.
Click this button to connect or
disconnect the audio communication
between the LG IP device and the
connected PC.
(Color icon: On, Gray scale icon: Off.)
Click this button to switch the
microphone off and on for the computer.
(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.)
Operation and settings
Configuring the LG IP camera
Configuration menu overview
The features and options of the LG IP camera are configured
through the Configuration menu.
The following table shows the list of menu items.
Only administrator-level users have permission to access the
Configuration menu.
Accessing the Configuration menu
Main Menu
Version
Date & Time
System
Maintenance
Log & Report
Click the [Configuration] button to display the LG Smart Web Viewer
configuration window.
Language
Warning
The Configuration setup should be made by qualified service
personnel or system installers.
Sub Menu
Camera
Audio & Video
Stream
Audio
Motion detect
Basic
RTP stream
Network
TCP/IP
DDNS
IP filtering
User
Basic
Event schedule
Event
Event server
Sensor & Relay
Operation and settings
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System settings
Date & Time
Version
Displays the current version of Firmware, Hardware, Software and
Web Client.
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.
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Operation and settings
Server time
>> Server time: Displays the current date and time of the IP
device.
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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
3. Click the [Restore] button and the system settings will be
restored and reboot the system.
Notes:
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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.
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[Backup] function is allowed in HTTP protocol but not in
HTTPS protocol.
Maintenance
Firmware
>> Upgrade
1. Click the [Browse] button.
2. Find and open the firmware file.
3. Click the [Upgrade] button to update the firmware.
Note:
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.
Click this button and follow the instructions on the browser
to specify the folder and save the setting data of the IP
device. This configuration backup can be restored whenever
needed.
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 DHCP, IP address, Gateway, Subnet mask, Primary/Secondary
DNS)
>> Restore:
1. Click the [Browse] button.
2. Find and open the file in which the configuration setting
data is stored.
Operation and settings
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Log & Report
Language
Log & Report status
Language list
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.
Select a language for the LG Smart Web Viewer configuration menu
and information display.
>> View Log: Click this button to display the system log
information.
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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
>> View report: Click this button to display the report of the
system.
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Operation and settings
Audio & Video settings
Stream
Camera
Master/Slave
>> Enable: Click to activate the stream function.
>> Video codec: Select the video mode (Codec) from the dropdown list. The viewer can choose between MJPEG and H.264.
You can preview the camera image on the preview window.
>> Resolution: Select the image size to be sent from the camera.
(1 080p (1 920 x 1 072), 720p (1 280 x 720), D1 (704 x 480)
and CIF (352 x 240))
General
>> Maximum frame rate: Set the frame rate of the image.
Preview
>> Contrast: Edit the contrast value from 0 to 100. Selecting 100
provides the image with the highest contrast.
>> Standard: Displays the video standard of the camera.
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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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Default: Click this button to restore the IP device back to original
factory settings.
Operation and settings
>> 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.
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>> Quality: Select the Quality.
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VBR: The bit rate may vary depending on the complexity
of the video to meet the selected quality.
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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)
Audio
Audio In
>> Enable: Click the check box if you want to send the audio
from the microphone input connector.
Note:
>> 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.
The Clients connected to the IP device remain unaffected
with additional changes made in the setting.
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.
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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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>> 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.
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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Operation and settings
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:
Preview
You can preview the motion detection window on the preview
window.
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You can reset the window size. Click one of the window edge
or corner and drag & drop to reset the motion detection
area.
•
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.
General
>> Sensitivity: Enter the sensitivity to detect an object in
motion.
>> Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Operation and 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.
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.
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Operation and settings
RTP stream
>> 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.
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.
--
Video RTP port: Specify the video transmission port
number used for the multicast streaming. It is initially set
to 8 888 and you can edit this between 1 025 and 65 534.
--
Audio RTP port: Specify the audio port number used for
the multicast streaming. It is initially set to 7 778 and you
can edit this between 1 025 and 65 534.
--
Data RTP port: Specify the VA data port number used for
the multicast streaming. It is initially set to 6 666 and you
can edit this between 1 025 and 65 534.
--
IP address: Set the IP address for RTP multicast.
Note:
Each stream using multicast needs its own pair of multicast
IP address and port numbers to avoid address conflict.
Master / Slave
>> RTP unicast: When enabled the transmission of the data to
the specified equipment happens on a network specifying a
single address.
Operation and settings
TTL
>> 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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Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
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TCP/IP
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.
•
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
IP 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.
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--
IP address: Enter an IP address.
--
Subnet mask: Enter a subnet mask address.
--
Gateway: Enter the gateway address.
Operation and settings
DDNS
IP filtering
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.
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.
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.
IP list
>> Basic policy: Select the basic policy type.
•
Operation and settings
--
Allow all: Allow all the IP address basically, but the IP
addresses in the list are denied.
--
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.
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•
Add: Click this button to add the IP address.
User settings
1. Click the [Add] button.
2. Set the IP options.
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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:
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.
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.
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.
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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
1080p
30
HIGHEST
Up to 5
H.264
1080p
30
MEDIUM
Up to 10
H.264
720p
30
HIGHEST
Up to 10
MJPEG
1080p
10
HIGHEST
Up to 3
MJPEG
720p
20
HIGHEST
Up to 7
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.
Operation and settings
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Event settings
•
Stream: Selects the stream of the connected camera.
•
Default: Sets to default setting value.
Event schedule
3. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
When an event (VA/ Motion detect/ Sensor Event) occurs, this unit
records the live images and routes as configured.
Note:
You should register the SMTP and FTP server on the Event
server setting to set this function.
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.
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•
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.
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FTP server/SMTP server: Uploading of images to
an FTP server, or e-mail notification.
--
Control relay: The relay is activated or
deactivated.
Operation and settings
Event Server
--
Event Servers are used to receive the recorded video clip and/or
notification messages.
Password: Type the password for the folder shared in
the FTP Server.
--
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.
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.
Operation and settings
SMTP server list
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.
3. Click the [Save] button to confirm the settings.
>> To edit the SMTP server
Sensor & Relay
Sensor
>> Enable: Marks up when you want to activate the sensor.
>> Alias: Displays the sensor name.
>> Type: Select the sensor type.
Relay
>> Control duration: Enter the relay time.
1. Choose the SMTP server in the SMTP server list.
>> Alias: Displays the relay name.
2. Click the [Edit] button.
You can check or edit the SMTP server options.
>> Type: Select the relay type.
>> Control relay
>> To delete the SMTP server
1. Choose the SMTP server in the SMTP server list.
2. Click the [Remove] button.
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•
--
Run: Click to activate the relay.
--
Stop: Click to stop the relay.
Save: Click this button to confirm the settings.
Operation and settings
OSD Menu Setup
The following table shows the list of menu items and options.
You can adapt the camera to your requirements by setting up the
respective items in these menus.
Main Menu
EXPOSURE
Sub Menu
ELC/ALC
AUTO
DAY/NIGHT
Contents
WDR/BLC
OFF/WDR/BLC/
HSBLC
BRIGHTNESS
0 to 100
AGC
OFF/LOW/MIDDLE/
HIGH
SHUTTER
X64, ..., x2, AUTO,
OFF, A.FLK, 1/160,
..., 1/10 000
3D-DNR
LEVEL
LOW/ MIDDLE/ HIGH
DWELL TIME
5, 10, 15s
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
DAY
-
NIGHT
-
OFF
-
LOW
-
MIDDLE
-
HIGH
-
OFF
COLOR
OFF
SENS-UP
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
ATW
-
AUTO
-
AWC / PUSH
-
WHITE BAL
MANUAL
Operation and settings
TRANSPARENCY
AUTO
PRIVACY
ON
RECTANGLE
COLOR TEMP
INDOOR,
OUTDOOR
RED
-100 to 100
BLUE
-100 to 100
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
RED, GREEN,
0 to 255
BLUE
0 to 16
MASK
AREA1 to
NUMBER
AREA8
RECT.
ON/OFF
DISPLAY
HEIGHT
4 to 100
WIDTH
4 to 100
MOVE Y
2 to 98
MOVE X
2 to 98
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MASK
AREA1 to
NUMBER
AREA2
CIR. DISPLAY ON/OFF
HEIGHT
CIRCLE
PRIVACY
ON
POLYGON
ZOOM
D-ZOOM
1 to 15
WIDTH
1 to 15
MOVE Y
0 to 100
MOVE X
0 to 100
RADIUS SIZE 0 to 100
MASK
AREA1 to
NUMBER
AREA2
POLY.
ON/OFF
DISPLAY
POLYGON
DRAW
POLYGON
MOVE
RET/TOP/END
TILT
EXIT
D-EFFECT
OFF/ V-FLIP/ MIRROR/ ROTATE
SHARPNESS
0 to 68
COLOR
OFF/ ON
OFF
SPECIAL
PIP
WINDOW MOVE
IMAGE MOVE
IMG SIZE
EXIT
ON
OFF/ ON
-
USER TITLE
OFF/ ON
ABF PUSH
-
LANGUAGE
English
(The option depends on the model.)
FOCUS RESET
-
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
D/N ABF
-
-
EXIT
RET/TOP/END
CAMERA
REBOOT
FACTORY RESET
-
EXIT
-
-
-
MANUAL
ADJUST
RESET
EXIT
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PAN
ON
STABILIZER
EXIT
BACK FOCUS
OFF
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.
•
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: Executes selections and displays a submenu for an
item with the mark.
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.
Operation and settings
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Exposure settings
>> 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.
>> BLC LIMIT: LOW
You can set the exposure options using the EXPOSURE menu.
or
3. Press
button to select a mode (ALC
ELC).
button and the EXPOSURE menu appears.
>> GRAY SCALE: Use
scale.
(GRAY D.GRAY
Notes:
•
ELC Mode is right for outdoor scenes.
•
ALC Mode is right for indoor scenes.
>> USER SCALE: Use
level. (5 levels)
WDR/BLC
1. Select [WDR/BLC] option on the [EXPOSURE] menu.
•
or
button to select a mode then click
>> WDR LIMIT: LOW
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button.
WDR: 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.
MIDDLE
HIGH
or
button to select a gray
BLACK)
or
button to select a bright
>> 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.
Use WDR/BLC option to view the object clearly in backlight
conditions.
2. Use
HIGH
>> 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.
1. Select [EXPOSURE] option on the [CAMERA SETTING] menu.
2. Use
MIDDLE
•
OFF: Not in use.
BRIGHTNESS
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
or
button to set the bright level.
Operation and settings
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
White Balance settings
If the images are too dark, change the maximum [AGC] value to
make the images brighter.
Select the method by which the camera shifts its output colors to
compensate for the color of a light source.
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
1. Select the [WHITE BALANCE] option.
2. Use
•
button to select a mode.
AUTO: Adjust the sensitivity of the picture automatically.
button to exit the
button to select a mode then click
button.
>> When the scene contains mostly high color temperature
objects, such as a blue sky or sunset.
>> SENS-UP LIMIT: Use or button to set the
SENS-UP limit. (x2 to x64)
>> EXIT: Select a mode and click
menu.
or
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:
>> When the scene is dim.
•
AUTO: You can set the white balance options automatically.
Note:
•
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.
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.
Operation and settings
>> COLOR TEMP: Use
or
button to select a function.
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--
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.
Day/Night settings
>> RED: Set the desired red value.
>> BLUE: Set the desired blue value.
1. Select [DAY/NIGHT] option.
2. Use
•
or
button to select a mode for DAY/NIGHT function.
AUTO: DAY/NIGHT mode changes automatically.
Note:
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.
>> LEVEL: Use
or
>> DWELL TIME: Use
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button to select a level.
or
button to select a dwell time.
•
DAY: Color mode enabled.
•
NIGHT: Black-and-white mode enabled.
Operation and settings
3D-DNR setting
Privacy 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.
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:
1. Select the [PRIVACY] option.
2. Use or button to select [ON] and press
SETUP menu appears.
. The PRIVACY
•
If you set the AGC to [OFF] on the [EXPOSURE] menu,
the [3D-DNR] function is not available and [---] mark is displayed.
•
COLOR : You can make any color by adjusting R.G.B LEVEL.
•
TRANSPARENCY : You can adjust the transparency of MASK.
•
When you use this function, the afterimage may occur.
•
RECTANGLE :
>> Use or
NUMBER].
button to select a mask on the [MASK
>> Use or button to set up the [ON] or [OFF] on the
RECT. DISPLAY option.
>> Use or to select an option then use
to adjust the option.
Operation and settings
or
button
--
HEIGHT: Increase or decrease the vertical size of the
mask.
--
WIDTH: Increase or decrease the horizontal size of
the mask.
--
MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask.
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MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the mask.
CIRCLE :
>> Use or
NUMBER].
button to select a mask on the [MASK
Back Focus Setting
The back focus function is activated automatically according to your
setting. And also, when the Day&Night function is activated, the
Back Focus function is activated automatically.
>> Use or button to set up the [ON] or [OFF] on the
CIR. DISPLAY option.
>> Use or to select an option then use
to adjust the option.
•
or
button
--
HEIGHT: Increase or decrease the vertical size of the
mask.
--
WIDTH: Increase or decrease the horizontal size of
the mask.
--
MOVE Y: Moves vertical position of the mask.
--
MOVE X: Moves horizontal position of the mask.
--
RADIUS SIZE : You can adjust the RADIUS SIZE.
POLYGON :
>> Use or
NUMBER].
button to select a mask on the [MASK
>> Use or button to set up the [ON] or [OFF] on the
POLY. DISPLAY option.
>> Use the , , , and buttons to draw the polygon
by moving each vertex on the [POLYGON DRAW]. Each
movable vertex will be displayed as a black square spot
each time you click the button.
>> Use the , , , and buttons to move the
polygon on the [POLYGON MOVE].
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MANUAL ADJUST
You can adjust the back focus manually.
1. Select the [MANUAL ADJUST] option on the [BACK FOCUS]
menu and then click button.
2. Use or button to adjust the focus point then click
button to exit the menu.
ABF ADJUST
You can adjust the back focus automatically.
1. Select the [ABF ADJUST] option on the [BACK FOCUS] menu and
then click button. This function will be activated automatically
to adjust the back focus.
2. When the focus setting is finished, click
the previous menu.
button to return to
Operation and settings
FOCUS RESET
Special menu settings
Reset the focus point to factory default position.
Select the [FOCUS RESET] option on the [BACK FOCUS] menu and
then click button. The screen will be dim.
Use the [Manual Adjust] or [ABF push] option to adjust the focus.
Note:
You can reset the focus using the ABF button. When you keep
pressing ABF button about 4 seconds, the camera will reset the
focus.
D-ZOOM
D/N ABF
You can set the Day&Night function with ABF function.
Use
or
button to select a option.
•
ON: If you set to On, the ABF function will be activated
automatically when the D/N function is activated.
•
OFF: Not used.
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
button to select a level.
or
or
•
ZOOM: Use
button to enlarge the screen.
•
PAN: Use
right)
or
button to move the screen. (left or
•
TILT: Use
down)
or
button to move the screen. (up or
D-EFFECT (Digital effect)
You can select the digital effect.
1. Select the [D-EFFECT] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Use
Operation and settings
or
button to select a digital effect.
•
V-FLIP: Flip the picture vertically.
•
MIRROR: Turn on the mirror effect.
•
ROTATE: Rotate the picture. (180°)
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STABILIZER
OFF: Turn off the digital effect.
SHARPNESS
The degree to which the boundary of the two portions is clearly
distinguished.
The image stabilizer function minimizes the appearance of shaky
images caused by low-frequency vibration.
This function is useful for outdoor surveillance.
1. Select the [SHARPNESS] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
Select the [STABILIZER] option and set to ON or OFF.
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.
Note:
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.
•
OFF: To display the picture with grayscale.
PIP
If you set the [STABILIZER] to ON, the Digital zoom is set to [x1.1]
automatically.
USER TITLE
You can use the camera identification to assign a number and
character to the camera (0 to 9, A to Z, a to z).
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
USER TITLE menu appears.
button. The
You can view an image in PIP(picture in picture) mode.
1. Select the [PIP] option on the [SPECIAL] menu.
2. Use or button to select [ON] then click
window is displayed on the live window.
button. The PIP
•
WINDOW MOVE : The PIP window can be moved through the
live image window using , , and buttons.
•
IMAGE MOVE : You can view the special area image on the
PIP window. Use , , or button to view the live
image of the special area.
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IMG SIZE: Use or button to enlarge or reduce the size
of image on the PIP window. This function is activated with
digital zoom function.
A
3. Use , ,
then click
or button to select a character or number
button.
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CLR: Clear all entered characters and numbers.
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POS: Move the USER TITLE position on the screen using
the arrow buttons.
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END: Confirm your selection or exit the setting.
Operation and settings
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A(Blank): Insert a space at the cursor position.
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/
Reset setting
: Moves cursor to left or right.
LANGUAGE
Select the viewer language for the camera setup menu and OSD
information display.
1. Select the [RESET] option.
2. Click
3. Use
button to select option.
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CAMERA REBOOT: Reboot the camera system.
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FACTORY RESET: Clear certain settings and information and
return to factory default settings.
4. Click
Operation and settings
button and the RESET menu appears.
or
button to confirm your selection.
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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
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ARP/Ping: Disconnect and reconnect the power to the network camera. The device should get the IP within 2 minutes.
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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.
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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:
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Reconnect the network camera with power and check the ping operation to know if the IP is used by others.
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Disable the proxy setting in the Browser if you are using a proxy server.
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Check for proper cabling and network connections, try to ping after verifying the connectivity.
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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.
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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
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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.
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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
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Reset the camera by pressing the Reset button for more than 3 seconds to restore default settings.
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After the factory settings login using the default user name and password.
Video Streaming problems
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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.
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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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•
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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Open source software notice
The following GPL executables and LGPL libraries used in this product are subject to the GPL2.0/LGPL2.1 License Agreements:
GPL EXECUTABLES:
Linux kernel 2.6, bash, busybox, gdbm, libreadline, module-init-tools, mount, mtd-utils, net-tools, quftp, tar, util-linux
LGPL LIBRARIES:
Glibc, libelf, libesmtp, live.media
LG Electronics offers to provide 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 e-mail request to LG Electronics at:
opensource@lge.com
This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of the distribution of this product by LG Electronics.
You can obtain a copy of the GPL, LGPL licenses from http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html and http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/lgpl-2.1.html.
This product includes mDNSResponder component which is licensed under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0.
You can obtain a copy of the Apache license from http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html.
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This product includes
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dhcp client :
Copyright © 2004-2008 by Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (“ISC”)
Copyright © 1995-2003 by Internet Software Consortium
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expat library : copyright © 2006 expat maintainers.
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libcap
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libjpeg : Independent JPEG Group Copyright © 1991 1998, Thomas G. Lane.
•
libmd5 : Copyright © 2002 Aladdin Enterprises.
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libncurses : Copyright © 1998,2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
•
libpcre : Copyright © 1997-2009 University of Cambridge
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libxml2 : Copyright © 1998-2003 Daniel Veillard.
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lighttpd : Copyright © 2004, Jan Kneschke, incremental
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ntpdate : Copyright © David L. Mills 1992-2006
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OpenSSL :
>> cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
>> software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
>> software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org)
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PHP software, freely available from http://www.php.net/software/ : Copyright © 1999 - 2009 The PHP Group.
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Speex :
>> Copyright 2002-2008 Xiph.org Foundation
>> Copyright 2002-2008 Jean-Marc Valin
>> Copyright 2005-2007
Analog Devices Inc.
>> Copyright 2005-2008
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
>> Copyright 1993, 2002, 2006 David Rowe
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>> Copyright 2003 EpicGames
>> Copyright 1992-1994
Jutta Degener, Carsten Bormann
Zlib : Copyright © 1995-2002 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler.
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All rights reserved.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
“Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the
following conditions:
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS
OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR
OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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Specifications
ITEM
Camera
LW6424
Image Sensor
6.49 mm Progressive Scan CMOS (2 Mega Pixels)
Lens
Illumination
Video
Audio
Event
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LW6454
F1.4 Varifocal Lens (3 mm to 9 mm)
Color
2 lx (F1.4, Gain : High)
B/W
0.1 lx (F1.4, Gain : High)
Resolution
Up to 1 920 x 1 072
Day/Night
ICR
WDR
Support
Image Enhancement
Backlight Compensation, 3D-DNR, Exposure Control, Sens Up Control, AGC, White Balance,
Privacy Masking, EIS, Sharpness, Digital Zoom
Video Out
1 RCA Output
Compression
H.264, MJPEG
Frame Rate
30 fps @ 1 080p (1 920 x 1 072)
Multi-Streaming
Dual Streaming
Audio In/Out
1/1
Compression
G.711, G.726
2-way Audio
Support
Alarm In/Out
1/1
Motion Detection
Support
Event Notification
Relay Out, Email, FTP
Pre Event Buffering
Support
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Video Analytics
Network
Management
Misc.
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Intruder Detection
Not support
Support
Crossing Line
Not support
Support
Object Removal
Not support
Support
Object Counting
Not support
Support
Tampering
Not support
Support
Ethernet
10/100 Ethernet
Security
Password Protection, HTTPS(SSL, TLS)
Protocol
TCP/IP(IPv4), HTTP, HTTPS, RTP, RTSP, UDP, DHCP, FTP, SMTP, NTP, ARP, ICMP, DDNS(LG)
Integrated Client
LSS464 with 64ch recording and monitoring feature
Simple Web Client
Live monitoring and system management for a device
System Update
LSS464 or Web Client
Connections
Up to 10
Power Source
PoE (IEEE 802.3af ), DC 12 V (±20%)
Power consumption
<7W
Input current
DC 12 V : < Maximum 580 mA
PoE : < Maximum 210 mA
Operating Temperature
-10 °C to 50 °C
Operating Humidity
0 % RH to 80 % RH
Weight
1.4 kg
Dimension (ø x H)
200 mm x 141 mm
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