LG | LW9424-B | LG LW9424-B Owner’s Manual

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LW9424 Megapixel Network PTZ Camera
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Safety Information
Safety Information
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.
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.
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
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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
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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.
Safety Information
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 qu
alified 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 should not be exposed to
water (dripping or splashing) and no objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
apparatus.
Caution: This product employs a Laser System. To
ensure proper use of this product, please read this
owner’s manual carefully and retain it for future
reference. Should the unit require maintenance,
contact an authorized service center. Performing
controls, adjustments, or carrying out procedures
other than those specified herein may result
inhazardous radiation exposure. To prevent direct
exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the
enclosure. Visible laser radiation when open. DO NOT
STARE INTO BEAM.
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
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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.
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.
The correct disposal of your old
appliance will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
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
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
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 grounding-type 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.
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.
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.
Safety Precautions
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Do not attempt to disassemble the camera
To prevent electric shock, do not remove screws
or covers. There are no user serviceable parts
inside. Ask a qualified service personnel for
servicing.
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Avoid the camera with direct sunlight
Do not aim the camera at bright objects. Whether
the camera is in use or not, never face it with
direct sunlight or other extremely bright objects.
Otherwise blooming or smear may be caused.
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Handle the camera with care
Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking,
etc. The camera could be damaged by improper
handling or storage.
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Do not use strong solvents or detergents
Use a dry cloth to the camera when it is dirty. If it
is hard to remove the dirt on the camera, use a
mild detergent and wipe it gently.
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Do not install this camera upside down
This camera is designed for mounting on the
ceiling or wall. If you install this camera upside
down, for example, mounted on the floor, it may
cause malfunction.
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Do not use the camera in such places as shown
below. The lens may become cloudy due to
condensation if the camera is used under the
following conditions.
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Rapid temperature fluctuation by switching an air
conditioner on and off.
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Rapid temperature fluctuation due to frequent
door opening and closing.
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Use in an environment where eyeglasses become
foggy.
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Use in a room filled with cigarette smoke or dust.
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If the lens becomes cloudy due to condensation,
remove the dome cover and wipe all moist
surfaces
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with a soft cloth.
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Before operating, please check proper
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temperature, humidity and power source ratings.
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Use the camera under conditions where
temperature is from -10 °C to 50 °C and humidity
is below 80 %. The input power source is AC 24 V.
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Consumables
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Parts having contacts such as the lens-drive
motors, cooling fan built inside the camera are
subject to wear with time. About replacement and
maintenance of such parts, please ask the nearest
service center.
Camera Installation Location
Discuss the installation location for the camera with
your retailer, and select a place that is strong enough
for the installation.
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Install the camera on a ceiling (concrete, etc.) at a
location that is sufficiently strong to support it.
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Install the camera body on the foundation section
of the building or sections having sufficient
bearing strength.
Never install or use the camera in the following
locations
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Do not install it in areas exposed to direct
sunlight or rain.
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Do not install the camera near the air outlet of an
air conditioner.
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Near a swimming pool or other areas where
chemicals are used.
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Food preparation areas and other locations where
there are large amounts of steam vapor and oil, in
flammable atmospheres, other special
environments.
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Areas where radiation, X-rays, strong electric
waves, or magnetism is generated.
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At sea, in coastal areas, or in areas where
corrosive gas is being generated.
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Areas outside of the allowable ambient operating
temperature range.
About Static Electricity Removal
Before installing the camera, touch a metal case or
other metallic parts with your hand to remove static
electricity from your body.
Do not install in areas subjected to high amounts of
humidity or dust.
Doing so may cause internal components to damage
more easily or malfunction.
Do not wire cables near power lines.
Tightening the Screws
Screws should be tightened sufficiently in accordance
with the materials and structure of the installation
location. After tightening the screws, visually inspect
them to make sure there is no unevenness and that
each screw is tight.
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Contents
Safety Information .............................................................. 2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................. 4
Safety Precautions ...................................................... 4
Preparation ............................................................................. 7
Introduction................................................................... 7
Feature ............................................................................. 7
Accessories .................................................................... 8
Optional Accessories ................................................. 8
Part Names and Functions ..................................... 9
Installation ............................................................................ 10
Connection .................................................................. 10
Basic Connection Overview ......................... 10
ALARM input connection.............................. 11
ALARM output connection .......................... 11
Connecting power source ............................ 11
Connecting Network ....................................... 11
Connecting IP Reset Cable ........................... 11
Connecting Audio ............................................ 11
Camera ID Setting............................................ 11
Protocol and baud rate settings ................ 12
Mounting the camera ............................................. 13
Wall mount (optional) .................................... 13
System Operation ............................................................. 14
Remote Video Monitoring .................................... 14
Initialization of IP address..................................... 15
Remote Configuration..................................................... 16
Using Web Brower ................................................... 16
System Configuration ............................................. 17
Video Configuration ................................................ 19
Audio Configuration ................................................ 22
Network Configuration .......................................... 23
Serial Configuration ................................................. 26
Event Configuration ................................................. 28
PTZ Configuration .................................................... 31
Record Configuration .............................................. 34
User Configuration ................................................... 38
Camera Configuration ............................................ 39
Open source software notice....................................... 42
Appendix ............................................................................... 43
Specifications .............................................................. 43
Dimension .................................................................... 45
Preparation
Preparation
Introduction
This User Manual provides information on operating
and managing the megapixel IP PTZ camera. The
Manual includes instructions of installation, operation
and configuration of megapixel IP PTZ camera as well
as how to make troubleshooting.
Feature
This product is a megapixel PTZ network-based
camera with remote live monitoring, audio monitoring
and control via an IP network such as LAN,
ADSL/VDSL, and Wireless LAN.
Camera
1/3” 2 MegaPixel CMOS
x20 optical zoom, x12 digital zoom
True Day & Night (ICR)
Video
Highly efficient compression algorithm, H.264 &
MJPEG support
Resolutions: CIF (352x240) – HD (1920x1080)
Wide range of transmission rates: 256kbps ~ 10Mbps
Motion detection
Composite video output
Audio
Multi-transmission mode: Simplex (megapixel IP PTZ
camera  Client PC, Client PC  megapixel IP PTZ
camera), Full Duplex
Network
Fixed IP & Dynamic IP (DHCP) support
1:1, 1:N support
Multicasting
Various types of Protocol support : TCP/IP, UDP,
Multicast, DHCP, SMTP, HTTP, SNMP, RTP, RTSP
2 alarm sensor Inputs and 2 alarm Output relays are
available
If an external sensor is activated, camera can be set to
move to the corresponding Preset position.
User Interface
Live monitoring and system configuration through LG
Smart station and LG Smart Web Viewer.
High Reliability
Reliable embedded system
System Recovery using dual watchdog
Powerful Pan/Tilt Functions
Max. 360/sec high speed Pan/Tilt Motion
Using Vector Drive Technology, Pan/Tilt motions are
accomplished in a shortest path. As a result, time to
target view is reduced dramatically and the video on
the monitor is very natural to watch.
For jog operation using a controller, since ultra slow
speed 0.05/sec can be reached, it is very easy to
locate camera to desired target view. Additionally it is
easy to move camera to a desired position with
zoom-proportional pan/tilt movement.
Preset, Pattern, Swing, Group
MAX. 128 Presets are assignable and characteristics of
each preset can be set up independently,
Max. 8 set of Swing action can be stored. This enables
to move camera repetitively between two preset
positions with designated speed.
Max. 4 of Patterns can be recorded and dplayed back.
This enables to move camera to follow any trajectory
operated by joystick as closely as possible.
Max. 8 set of Group action can be stored. This enables
to move camera repetitively with combination of
Preset or Pattern or Swing. A Group is composed of
max. 20 entities of Preset/Pattern/Swings.
Serial Data
RS-485 support
PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Control
With RS-485 communication, max. 255 of cameras can
be controlled at the same time.
Pelco-D or Pelco-P or LG multix protocol can be
selected as a control protocol in the current version of
firmware..
Sensor and Alarm
Support direct connections of external sensor and
alarm devices
Event Alarm notification.
Easy Installation and Perfect Outdoor Environment
Compatibility
Fans and heaters are built-in in camera for cold and
hot temperature environment. Also idealistic
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Preparation
mechanical design protects camera from water and
dust. (IP 66)
It is easy to install and maintain camera with terminal
for cable connection in brackets.
Accessories
Optional Accessories
Wrench Driver
Installation CD
Wall
Mount
Bracket
[Screws : Machine M1450,
Alarm I/O Connector
Hex Lag #1450]
Screw (SAMS M3X10)
Cover Adaptor
Pole
Mount
Bracket
[Screws : Machine M1450,
Mount Adaptor
Hex Lag #1450]
Dome Cover Ass’y
Para
Mount
Bracket
[Screws : Machine M1450,
Hex Lag #1450]
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Part Names and Functions
Power Connector
Video Out Connector
Audio In Connector
Audio Out Connector
LAN Connector
Alarm I/O Adaptor
DIP Switch
Dome Cover
Dome Cover
Do not detach protection vinyl from dome cover before
finishing all installation process to protect dome cover
from scratches or dust.
DIP Switch
Sets up camera ID and protocol.
Drop Prevention Spring
This part keeps the camera from dropping during
installation and maintenance. After install the Bracket,
please, hang the spring to the drop prevention hook of
main body as shown in picture for further tasks.
Mounting Screw Hole
This hole is for screws that assembles the main body with
a bracket.
Alarm I/O Connector
The RS-485 communication cable, alarm in/out connection
cable and IP Reset cable. (See table “Port Description of
Alarm I/O Pin out”)
Video (BNC)
Used for the composite video out connection.
LAN Port
Used for the Ethernet connection
Audio Port
Used for the audio in/out connection.
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Installation
Installation
Megapixel IP Camera can be connected in either 1 to
1 connection where one camera is connected to one
PC client or 1 to many connections where one camera
can be connected to several PCs.
Connection
Topology
Generally, LW9424 megapixel Network PTZ Camera
and PC is connected in 1-to-1 mode or 1-to many
configuration.
Multicast Mode
If the network supports multicasting, a large number
of PCs can be used to receive video effectively from a
camera using a single streaming of video and audio.
However, multicast mode is possible only when
network environment supports multicast.
Smart Station
R em ote C en ter
S ite
1:1 Connection .
R em ote C enter
(P C SW )
S ite
One camera is installed at a site where video images
are transmitted. A PC is installed at a central location
to receive and view the video images on an analog
monitor. Audio and serial data are transferred in either
direction.
Smart station is a Window-based remote monitoring
program in order to monitor or control video, audio,
and events in real time from several IP cameras. Please
refer to the Smart station User Manual for more in
detail.
Basic Connection Overview
Power
DC12V
INTERNE T
1:N Connection .
R em ote C en ter
S ite
Browser
MIC Speaker
Controller / DVR
RS-485
LAN Cable
Audio
Cable
Sensor I/O
Door
Switch
IR
Sensor
BNC
Monitor / DVR
Port Description of Alarm I/O Pin out
In this configuration, a site can be monitored from
many remote central locations. Although up to 64 PCs
can be connected to one camera, in the real network
environment, network bandwidth can limit the
maximum connections.
In case that a PTZ is connected to more than 1 client,
to get stable images, the number of client is limited
for each Bitrate as below.
Color
Signal
Description
GRAY
ALARM IN <COM>
GROUND
WHITE
ALARM IN 1
GREEN
ALARM IN 2
ORANGE
ALARM OUT <COM>
Relay Common
PINK
ALARM OUT 2
Normal Open Relay Out
BLUE
ALARM OUT 1
Normal Open Relay Out
RED
RS 485 +
Bitrate
NO. of Clients
Bitrate
NO. of Clients
10Mbps
1
3Mbps
4
B:ACL
RS 485 -
7Mbps
2
2Mbps
5
VIOLET
IP RESET
IP Address Reset
5Mbps
3
1Mbps
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BROWN
GND
GROUND
Installation
ALARM input connection
Connecting Network
Before connecting wires to sensors, check operation
voltage and output type of sensors. there are 2 output
types in sensor output, Open Collector and Voltage
Output, properly connect wires to sensors according
to sensor output type.
Plug network cable to Ethernet port (RJ-45 network
port).
Sensor Input
Connecting IP Reset Cable
Reset its network configuration to the factory defaults.
IP address obtain from DHCP server. To initialize the
Network setting to the factory default, press the reset
button for more than 5 seconds
Connecting Audio
ALARM output connection
Relay Output
Audio is full-duplex. It is possible to set the mode as
Tx-only, Rx-only or Tx-Rx.
Connect AUDIO IN and AUDIO OUT ports to audio
devices accordingly.
The Audio signal required is line level, so audio
equipment with an amp, mixer or other amplifier
should be used.
Camera ID Setting
When you control the camera through RS-485, before
installation, you should set the DIP switches to
configure the camera ID, communication protocol.
Maximum allowable electrical load of relay is shown
bellow table.
Drive Power
Max. Load
DC Power
Max DC 24V, 1A
AC Power
Max AC 125V, 0.5A
Connecting power source
Carefully check the voltage and current capacity of the
rated power. The rated power is indicated in the back
of main unit.
After confirming the power source, connect power
adaptor and connect the 12V DC connector to the
system
For the DC input models, be careful with the polarity
of DC power. The system should be permanently
damaged by wrong DC input.
In case that the length of the power wire is very long,
there may be voltage drop and the system may not
work properly. Make the length of the power wire as
short as possible.
This camera must always be operated by AC 24 V or
DC 12 V Certified/Listed,Class 2 power supply only.
ON ON
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3
4
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ID numbers of camera are set up with binary
numbers..
See the examples shown below
Pin
ID Value
ex) ID=5
ex) ID=10
1
1
on
off
2
2
off
on
3
4
On
Off
4
8
off
on
5
16
off
off
6
32
off
off
7
64
off
off
8
128
off
off
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The camera ID range is 1~255. Camera ID must not
be 0.
Factory default of Camera ID is 1.
Match the camera ID with Cam ID setting of your DVR
or Controller to control the camera.
Protocol and baud rate settings
ON ON
1
2
3
4
Select the appropriate Protocol with DIP switch
combination.
Switch State
P0 (Pin 1)
P1 (Pin 2)
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Otherwise
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
P2 (Pin 3)
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Protocol/Baud rate
PELCO-D, 2400 bps
PELCO-D, 9600 bps
PELCO-P, 4800 bps
PELCO-P, 9600 bps
LG Multix, 9600bps
Reserved
If you want to control using DVR or P/T controller,
their protocol must
be identical to camera. Otherwise, you can not control
the camera.
Adjust the DIP switch after turning off the camera. If
you changed the camera protocol by changing the
DIP switch, the change will be effective after you
reboot the camera.
Factory default of protocol is “LG Multix, 9600 bps”.
Installation
Mounting the camera
Wall mount (optional)
① Place the cover adaptor between the wall mount
bracket and the mount adaptor. Then assemble the
mount adaptor with the wall mount adaptor with 3
screws(M5 x 15).
② Hook up “Drop Prevention Spring” on main body
to prevent camera from unexpected drop and pull the
wire(s) and cable(s) for the system as below.
③ Align the arrow stud of the main body with the
arrow stud of the cover adaptor and slightly push the
main body to the mount adaptor. Then turn the main
body clockwise and assemble the main body with the
mount adaptor with 3 screws(SAMS M3x10). And align
the arrow stud of the cover adaptor with the arrow
stud of the main body and turn the cover adaptor
counterclockwise.
④ Remove the sticker and Zoom module cap. Screw
the dome cover to the main body and remove the
protection vinyl from the dome cover.
Notice
Before starting the installation, make sure that the
Camera ID and Protocol are set up properly.
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System Operation
System Operation
Remote Video Monitoring
There are two ways to monitor video when the center
system and LW9424 are connected. In order for a
proper operation, an IP address must be set
accordingly. Please refer to Remote Setting for further
details.
Video Monitoring using Internet Explorer
Open Internet Explorer and enter camera’s IP address.
The system will ask for confirmation to install Active-X
control. Once authorized, the Internet Explorer will
start to display video images from camera as shown.
Default ID: admin / PW: admin
Control the Digital zoom on the screen
The more the camera zooms in, the smaller the square
of control panel is. Position of the image can be
changed by moving position of the square. Max x5
Digital Zoom is available.
If you press x1, the screen will return to the normal
size. This digital zoom function is operated on a web
browser and different from digital zoom function of a
camera.
PTZ Control Panel (Optical Zoom & Digital zoom
built-in the camera)
Control PTZ and PTZ Control Panel is used for
controlling external PTZ devices when the external PTZ
devices are connected through serial port.
It is possible to make zooming control by Zoom
in/out buttons of PTZ control Panel (In order to use
digital zoom, select Digital zoom ON in the Camera
tab)
Video Selection
Select the Video stream to be viewed: Primary or
Secondary
This camera is capable of dual streaming; primary
streaming and secondary streaming.
Video will be displayed according to the resolution set
on video configuration. If dual streaming (“Use Dual
Encode” Menu in Video page) is not activated,
secondary video is not available
Screen Size
Adjust the Screen size
Screen size is initially adjusted according to the
compression resolution. If you click 50% icon, the
whole screen size will be reduced to half size.
Digital Zoom
Focus Near, Focus Far, Auto Focus, Manual Focus
Adjust the focus of the lens
Select Preset
Set preset position and move to the specific preset
position.
- Goto: Move to the selected preset entry if the preset
entry is set.
- Set: Set the current position to the selected preset
entry.
- Clear: Delete the selected preset entry.
Select List
Run a selected Pattern or Swing or Group.
After selecting an entry in the list, Pattern, Swing or
Group button can be pressed. Then, corresponding
operation is executed for the selected list.
(Please refer to the PTZ tab to set Pattern, Swing and
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Group)
Sensor Input
Display the status of the sensor in real time.
This camera supports two sensor inputs. When the
sensor of the camera is working, the sensor light turns
red.
Alarm Output
Operate the alarm device by pressing the number icon
This camera supports two alarm outputs. A number
icon indicates status of the alarm device.
Screen Capture
Capture video images and store them as BMP or JPEG
files.
Audio Transfer
Transfer audio from PC’s mic to the camera.
File record
Recording to an AVI file on Live view page is available.
AVI files are generated in the specified folder or in
specified file name on the PC where web browser is
running.
Enter the name of the folder or the prefix of the file
name. If the path string ends with ‘\’ the path is
recognized as a folder. If not, it is recognized as a
prefix of the file name.
Press “Start” button to start to record.
Press “Stop” button to stop to record.
AVI file named “IP address_hh_mm_ss” or “File
name_IP address_hh_mm_ss” will be generated in the
specified folder depending on whether the path
specified a folder or a prefix of the file name.
Display Buffer
Set the number of video frames to be buffered before
being displayed on web browser. Larger value results
in smoother video by sacrificing the latency. A setting
of 1 ~ 5 frames can be used generally for most
situations.
Initialization of IP address
If a system IP address is lost, the system can be reset
to the system default IP address using the reset
button in the back side of the system.
1. While system is in operation, press the reset button
for more than 5 seconds.
2. The system will reboot automatically
After initialization, its IP address obtains from DHCP
server. Please connect a LAN with a DHCP server.
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Remote Configuration
Remote Configuration
Using Web Brower
Remote setting is available by using web browser. Enter IP address of camera and then a live view screen appears
as below. Press Setup button located in the upper right area of the monitoring screen to go to the server setup.
For Remote Setting, user should be authorized higher than manager level.
The configurations are grouped into 10 categories: System, Video, Audio, Network, Serial, Event, PTZ, Record,
User and Camera. Any configuration changes are not applied until Apply button is pressed. Leaving the page
without pressing Apply button, any changes in the page will be discarded.
Remote Configuration
System Configuration
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Remote Configuration
General
System ID
Enter System ID that is used as a camera title
The set System ID is displayed with video image on
Web browser and CMS can use System ID as camera
name.
Language
Select the language to be used for web-based
configuration
Firmware
Firmware version
Display the current firmware version
Board ID
Display the Network board ID of the camera
recognized by system
Upgrade
Upgrade firmware
Press Browse button to select a firmware file from PC.
Press Firmware Upgrade button to start to upgrade.
Messages for showing status (downloading /
upgrading) will be displayed.
The camera will reboot automatically after completing
upgrade. Do not turn the camera off during
upgrading
- YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss (Ex. 2010- 4-11 18:18:42)
- DD/MM/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Ex.11- 4-2010 18:18:42)
- MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss (Ex. 4-11-2010 18:18:42)
Time Zone
Select time zone of where the camera is installed.
Depending on the time zone, Daylight Saving Time
will work automatically
A time zone is a region of the earth that has uniform standard
time, usually referred to as the local time. By convention, time
zones compute their local time as an offset from UTC
(Coordinated Universal Time). In casual use, GMT (Greenwich
Mean Time) can be considered equivalent to UTC. Local time is
UTC plus the current time zone offset for the considered
location
.
Automatically synchronize with NTP server
Synchronize the camera time with an NTP server using
NTP (network time protocol).
Name of the NTP server should be registered on NTP
server Name.
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol for
synchronizing the clocks of computer systems over packetswitched, variable-latency data networks. It is designed
particularly to resist the effects of variable latency by using a
jitter buffer.
Reboot
Reboot the camera.
Reboot the LW9424 Camera
Factory Reset
All settings including user accounts and logs are
cleared.
“Factory Reset except network settings” is offered.
Time
Start Time
The latest the camera’s booting date and time
Current Time
Current date & time
Enter a new date and time and press Set Current
Time button to update date & time
Time Format
Change the time format. Selectable time formats are
as below
Remote Configuration
Video Configuration
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Encode
Enable Preview
Select ON to enable to display video on the monitor
that is connected to the composite video port.
Select the Output format accordingly in the end of
the Video page.
Note that when Enable Preview is ON, dual streaming
is not available.
When the video is transmitted directly to the monitor
through BNC cable, the video does not go thorough
network and encoding. Therefore, there is less delay
and no an effect from network limitation.
Resolution
Select video encoding resolution.
5 steps of the resolution are available.
Select Video quality. 5 levels of quality are available.
Quality mode (VBR encoding) tries to encode every
frame in a constant quality. Therefore, resulting bitrate
may varies a lot depending on the complexity or
activity changes in the input video. It is preferred
when constant video quality is required and network
bandwidth is enough for delivering the stream of
highly varying bitrate.
Bit rate (in CBR mode)
Determine bitrate value between 256Kbps ~ 10Mbps.
Bitrate mode (CBR encoding) allows you to set a fixed
target bitrate that consumes a predictable amount of
bandwidth. Usually this mode is used with high
quality video or video with frequent image changes
2~3 Mbps is highly recommended for high quality
video transmission.
GOP
GOP sets the number of Partial frame(P-Frame)
between I-Frames.
Interval of I-Frames can be setup from 1 to 30.
Scaling option is used when encoding resolution is
different from input resolution. Without Scaling
option, input video will be cut according to encoding
resolution. On the other hand, if Scaling is selected,
input video will be adjusted according to encoding
resolution.
Frame rate
Determine the maximum number of frames per
second for the video stream.
1 ~ 30 frame rate can be selected. The actual frame
rate of video can be less than the maximum frame
rate set due to the network bandwidth limitation
Preference
Select encoding mode to control video quality or
bitrate: Quality or Bit rate.
If ‘Bitrate’ selected, the video encoding will be effected
by the ‘Bitrate’ value entered. Therefore, “Bitrate”
mode corresponds to CBR (Constant Bit rate)
encoding.
If ‘Quality’ selected, the video encoding will be
effected by the quality of image selected. Therefore,
“Quality” mode corresponds to VBR (Variable Bit Rate)
encoding.
Quality (in VBR mode)
H.264 Profile
Select H.264 Profile: High Profile or Baseline Profile
The standard defines various sets of capabilities, which
are referred to as profiles, targeting specific classes of
applications.
High Profile (HiP)
The primary profile for broadcast and disc storage
applications, particularly for high-definition television
applications (for example, this is the profile adopted
by the Blu-ray Disc storage format and the DVB HDTV
broadcast service).
Baseline Profile (BP)
Primarily for low-cost applications that require
additional data loss robustness, this profile is used in
some videoconferencing and mobile applications. This
profile includes all features that are supported in the
Constrained Baseline Profile, plus three additional
features that can be used for loss robustness (or for
other purposes such as low-delay multi-point video
stream compositing).
Dual Encode
Use Dual Encode
Select Off button on the Enable Preview to enable to
use Dual Encode
Remote Configuration
Select ON to enable to use Dual Encoding
The secondary video can be viewed on Live View
window by selecting Secondary on Video selection
Dual Compression Algorithm
Select H.264 or MJPEG for the secondary streaming.
Maximum resolution is 720x480 and 3 steps of
resolution are available. If MJPEG is selected, only
“Quality” mode is supported
Sensitivity
Sensitivity is the condition to trigger an event of
motion detection.
The value determines the sensitivity of the motion
detection within a block: the larger, the more sensitive.
It is selectable from 0 to 100.
Information Display
System ID and/or server time can be display over the
video window in Internet Explorer. Each item can be
turn on or off separately, and position also can be
configure. This information is displayed after the
video is decompressed. At the top or bottom of
your message can be displayed.
Output Format
Motion Detection
Motion Detection on PTZ
Allow disabling of motion detection when PTZ
operation is performed. When it is set to Disable,
motion detection is disable while the scene is changed
due to PTZ control.
Motion Detection Area Editing
Configure regions for motion detection. Regions of
arbitrary shape can be configured by the following
steps.
 Select Enable on Edit tab
 Select editing Mode. Set is for including cells to
motion detection region and Erase is for excluding.
 Select cells using the right button of the mouse.
Multiple cells can be selected conveniently by press
and dragging.
 Press Apply Edited Area to save the editing
Output Format menu appears only when Enable
Preview is on.
Select the output format for the monitor preview
according to the video output and monitor
specification.
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Audio Configuration
Mode
Input Gain
Select audio operation mode
Mode
Off
Tx-Only
Rx-Only
Tx & Rx
Action
No operation
Transmit only
Receive only
Transmit and Receive
Set audio input gain from 0 to 31.
Remote Configuration
Network Configuration
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Local
EX) VLC media player
IP mode
Select the IP mode: Fixed IP or DHCP (Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol)
Depending on the selected mode, further
configuration items come as follows
IP Mode
Fixed IP
DHCP
Selection
Description
Local IP
Local Gateway
Local Subnet
N/A
Fixed IP address
Gateway IP address
Subnet mask
☞ Please ask IP address information from ISP provider
or network manager.
DNS
Obtain DNS server address automatically
Get DNS server address automatically when IP mode
is DHCP.
Use the following DNS server addresses
Enter the DNS server IP address.
Primary DNS server
Secondary DNS server
Domain Name System (DNS) is a database system that
translates a computer's fully qualified domain name into an IP
address. Networked computers use IP addresses to locate and
connect to each other, but IP addresses can be difficult for
people to remember. For example, on the web, it's much easier
to remember the domain name www.amazon.com than it is
to remember its corresponding IP address (207.171.166.48). Each
organization that maintains a computer network will have at
least one server handling DNS queries. That server, called a
name server, will hold a list of all the IP addresses within its
network, plus a cache of IP addresses for recently accessed
computers outside the network.
Port
Base Port
Enter the Base Port number.
Network base port is use for communication with
remote clients. In order for camera and remote
systems (CMS, NVR software) to be connected, the
port number must be identically configured in camera
side and client side.
HTTP Port
Enter HTTP port used for web-based connection
RTSP Port
Enter RTSP port used for RTSP-based connection. The
default RTSP port is 554
RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) is a standard for
media streaming between server and client.
Primary Video & Audio: rtsp://IP address/Master-0
Secondary Video & Audio : rtsp://IP address/Slave-0
Discovery
UPNP
By setting UPNP to ON, it allows the discovery by the
client according to UPNP (Universal Plug and Play)
protocol.
WS Discovery
If WS Discovery is turned on, cameras under a LAN
can be searched on a client with WS Discovery
protocol. The WS Discovery is used as the default
search protocol on ONVIF.
RTP Session
RTP (Real-Time Transport Protocol) is an Internet
protocol used for transmitting single real-time
multimedia data such as audio and video to a select
group of connected clients. Normally RTSP uses RTP
to format packets of multimedia content. RTP Session
menu is used when the RTP only streaming without
RTSP connection. RTP stream will be transmitted to
the destination set. The SDP (Session Description
Protocol) file can be found in the server, and a client
can retrieve it using http connection.
Related settings are as following.
Destination IP : Set the IP Address for your
destination system which will receive RTP stream
Destination Port : Set the Port for your destination
system which will receive RTP stream
User Name: Enter the User name that will be used as
session name in the SDP file.
File Name: Fixed as ch0.sdp. Then, it can be
accessed through http://ServerAddress/ch0.sdp
SNMP
This camera can be used as an SNMP agent. It is
compatible to both SNMPv1 and SNMPv2. Settings for
using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
are as following
SNMP Listen Port: The port is for connecting external
devices when system operates as a SNMP client.
Remote Configuration
SNMP is not used by setting 0 value.
SNMP Trap Destination IP: Set the SNMP Trap
Destination IP.
SNMP Trap Destination Port: Set the SNMP Trap
Destination Port. SNMP is not used by setting 0 value.
are adjusted not to drop any frames when the
network bandwidths to some clients are limited. In this
case, all clients can be affected by the averaged
bitrate and frame rate.
Address Info
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is used by
network management systems to communicate with network
elements. SNMP lets TCP/IP-based network management clients use
a TCP/IP-based internetwork to exchange information about the
configuration and status of nodes. SNMP can also generate trap
messages used to report significant TCP/IP events asynchronously
to interested clients. For example, a router could send a message if
one of its redundant power supplies fails or a printer could send an
SNMP trap when it is out of paper
Multicast
Multicast IP
The Multicast menu is used for configuring the
multicast IP address to which media stream is
delivered when a client such as a CMS or NVR
software is connected in multicast mode. The
multicast IP address selection range is between
224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255. The selection can be
used only when media protocol is set to Multicast.
DDNS
Select the DDNS (Dynamic DNS) server to use.
Bitrate control
When there are more than one client connected to
the camera, due to bandwidth difference among the
clients some of them do not have enough bandwidth
to receive encoded stream completely. In this case, it
is possible to select the way to stream video to clients
as following.
Frame Drop Mode: Encoding is performed strictly
according to video settings. When a client is
connected through a network with less bandwidth, it
may not receive all the frames. That is, frames are
dropped on sending module if the network is
bottlenecked.
Suppression Mode: Encoding bitrate and frame rate
Followed network information is displayed (Read only)
IP Address: The Camera own IP address. This
information is useful when the camera’s IP mode
is set to DHCP.
Domain Name: In case the camera is registered at
DDNS server, the registered domain name is displayed.
MAC Address: Display the MAC address of the
camera. In case the camera is registered at DDNS
server, the MAC address is used in DDNS registration.
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Serial Configuration
Remote Configuration
Serial Port Configuration
Sensor Schedule
Serial Port Information
This camera supports one RS-485 serial port
The camera’s serial port is configured with the DIP
switch in the camera. Serial Port Information section
just displays the information. DIP switch setting is
effective only after the camera is rebooted. By default,
LG Multix protocol is used with 9600bps baudrate.
Choose Sensor OFF or Sensor ON and click the
below schedule cells to make Sensor Schedule
according to day of week and hour.
Click desired “Cell” to set schedule.
Sensor Type
There is two sensor input ports on LW9424. The
sensor port can be configured to the following.
Function
OFF
NO (Normally Open)
NC (Normally
Closed)
Operation
Not used
The port is normally open and activated
when closed.
The port is normally closed and activated
when opened.
The function of the sensor port is set based on the
type of the sensor connected.
Click desired “Time Line or Date Line” to set schedule.
To set all cells in the schedule, click below “Empty
Cell”.
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Event Configuration
Remote Configuration
This camera has two sensor ports and two alarm ports.
In the Event setup, actions which will be followed
Events can be configured. In Local setup, the actions
which will be followed Events at a local site can be
configured. In Remote setup, the actions which will be
followed Events at a Remote site can be configured.
The following table lists the possible actions for
events.
Action
Alarm out
E-mail
FTP
Preset
Description
Triggers alarm (relay) port.
Sends E-mail to the specified
address. AVI file can be attached
Upload AVI file to a specified FTP
server
Move to the Preset position
Local Event Configuration
Sensor1 / Sensor2 / On Motion
Configure the actions when the sensor is activated.
Multiple actions can be set for a single event.
On Motion
Configure the actions when motion is detected.
Multiple actions can be set for a single event.
Alarm activation duration
Set the duration of alarm activation in case of an
event.
E-mail Notification
Specify the information to send event information,
when E-mail is selected as an event action. SSL does
not supported.
Server Address: Enter an address of mail(SMTP) server.
SMTP can be IP address or Domain name(ex :
mail.lge.com)
Port: Specify a port for SMTP operation (Port 25 is
the default port in SMTP operation. If a different
port is configured in the SMTP server, this port needs
to be changed accordingly).
Sender Address: Enter an account registered in the
SMTP server.
Authentication on SMTP server: Specify if the E-mail
server requires authentication for E-mail sending.
ID & password: When the server requires
authentication, ID and Password of an E-mail account
need to be entered.
SSL(Secure Sockets Layer) : Selecting secured
connections with SSL.
Destination address: Enter Destination address. More
than one address can be entered by delimiting
comma (,) or semi-colon (;). Destination address can
take up to 60 characters.
Video Clip Attaching: Video clip stored at the
moment of event can be attached as an AVI or JPEG
file format. When dual encoding is enabled, Primary
video, Secondary video(H.264 only) or JPEG Capture
can be selected. The duration of video clip can be
configured with Pre-Event Time and Post-Event Time
in Event Record section.
Number of Frame: The number of JPEG frames is
configured. This setting is applicable only when JPEG
Capture is selected. The number of frames actually
captured may be less than this setting depending on
video setting or network condition.
E-mail Test : E-mail sending can be tested with this
button. Event videos in avi or event images in JPEG
can be attached at E-mails. In Dual Encode
configuration, both of Primary Video and Secondary
Video can be configured. For Secondary Video, only
H.264 can be used. When JPEG Capture is selected,
plural images can be continuously captured and
attached at E-mails. In Number of Frame, the number
of the maximum frame can be configured. The actual
number of the frame may be less than the configured
number by network conditions and file sizes. Please
note that configured settings should be saved first by
pressing Apply button before using E-mail Test
function.
One of the following messages will come as a result
of the test.
Message
E-mail sent
successfully
Failed to
connect SMTP
server
Authentication
failed
SMTP server
rejected the
mail
Description
Test E-mail has been sent successfully. Reception
in the client can be checked.
Connection to the SMTP server failed. It is
necessary to check if the server is reachable and
server address and port are correct.
The server is reachable but authentication failed.
ID and/or password need to be checked.
The server is reachable, but mail sending failed
due to a reason other than authentication. This
error happens often when the server
authenticates according to its own rule. For
example, IP addresses of a specific range or
addressed of a specific suffix are allowed.
An attached file can not exceed 2MB. If it is bigger
than 2MB, it will be divided by 2MB and
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transferred.
FTP Upload
Specify the information to upload event information,
when FTP is selected as an event action
Server Address: Enter an address of an FTP server to
receive video files FTP server can be IP address or
Domain name(ex : ftp.lge.com)
Port: Specify a port for FTP operation (Port 21 is the
default port in FTP operation. If a different port is
configured in the FTP server, this port needs to be
changed accordingly).
ID & password: Enter ID and Password for accessing
the FTP server.
FTP Base Directory: Specify the name of the directory
to be created in the FTP server.
Upload video: Primary Video and Secondary Video,
JPEG Capture can be selected for uploading. The
duration of video clip can be configured with PreEvent Time and Post-Event Time in Event Record
section.
Number of Frame: Enter frame number of JPEG
Capture (from 1 to 10). The number of frames actually
uploaded may be less than this setting depending on
video setting or network condition.
Continuous Upload: Continuous upload ‘On’ allows
video clips to be transmitted regularly regardless of
occurrence of events. When this mode is turned on,
FTP upload by events is suppressed.
Upload Duration: Specify recording duration of a
video clip to be transmitted. (Max 300 sec).
Upload Interval: Specify transmission interval. (Max
3600 sec).
Upload Duration is not included in Upload interval.
For example, if Upload Interval is 60 seconds and
Upload Duration is 20 seconds, a video clip for 20
seconds is transmitted every 80 seconds.
If Continuous Upload is set to On, FTP Upload
function will not work with Event function.
Upload Duration and Upload Interval can be
configured by seconds. Upload Duration means the
time to be recorded for 1 AVI file. Upload Interval
means the time interval between AVI files.
FTP Test: FTP upload function can be tested with this
button. Please note that configured settings should be
saved first by pressing Apply button before using FTP
Test function.
One of the following messages will come as a result
of the test.
Message
FTP
connection
tested
successfully
Failed to
connect FTP
server
Authentication
failed
Failed to
upload file
Failed to erase
file
Description
The connection to the FTP server is
successful.
The connection to the FTP server failed. It is
necessary to check if the server is reachable
and server address and port are correct.
The server is reachable but authentication
failed. ID and/or password need to be
checked..
File upload failed. The user of the ID is not
allowed for writing into the directory or FTP
server can be full.
Failed to delete the test file. The user of the
ID doesn’t have the privilege for file deletion.
An uploading file can not exceed 2MB. If it is
bigger than 2MB, it will be divided by 2MB and
uploaded.
Remote Configuration
PTZ Configuration
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PTZ
Pattern
Circular plate provides panning and tilting functions
combined with speed control. Clicking a mouse on a
position of the circular plate determines the speed of
the control as well as the direction.
Pattern is a function that the camera memorizes the
path (mostly curve path) by joystick of controller for
assigned time and revives the path exactly as it
memorized. 4 patterns can be defined and max 760
communication commands can be stored in a pattern.
Select one of the entries in Select Pattern Number
list
Press Set Pattern Start button. Form the pattern by
controlling PTZ. Every path will be saved until pressing
Set Pattern Stop button
Press Set Pattern Stop button to save the pattern
Press Run Pattern button to run the selected pattern
Notice: When the camera memorizes patterns, not the
positions of pan/tilt/zoom but the commands are
stored in the memory. Hence there might be small
differences between the original path visited on
forming the pattern and the revived path on running
the pattern.
Mask
Mask is a function to hide specific regions in the
scene for privacy’s reason etc. Mask regions in the
target scene are maintained regardless of a PTZ action.
Max 8 mask regions can be defined.
Select one of the entries in Select Mask Number list.
New: A new mask is created on the center of the
scene. Existing mask with the same number will be
erased.
Search: Control PTZ to view the mask region on the
center of the video area. Nothing happens if
corresponding mask doesn’t exist.
Erase: The mask with selected number is erased.
Erase All: All masks are erased.
4 arrow buttons: Adjust the size of the mask.
Notice: Mask area adjusts its position and size
according to PTZ operations. Since there can be a
little latency between PTZ control and adjustment of
mask area, it is useful to configure the mask area a
little large in case the area should be protected strictly.
Note : Size and position of mask areas can be
automatically adjusted by PTZ operation. There may
be time delay. A mask can not be configured at
positions higher than 70 degrees.
Swing
By using swing function, you can make camera to
move between 2 preset positions repeatedly. When
swing function runs, camera moves from the preset
assigned as the 1st point to the preset assigned as
the 2nd point in CW(Clockwise) direction. Then
camera moves from the preset assigned as the 2nd
point to the preset assigned as the 1st point in
CCW(Counterclockwise) direction.
Preset
Max 128 preset positions can be defined.
Select Preset Number: Select an entry in the list to
be assigned to current camera position.
Focus Mode: Select the focus mode after preset Goto
is executed.
. Do not change: current focus mode is not changed.
. Focus Auto: auto-focusing is executed after the
preset moved.
. Focus Manual: move to the focus position saved
when preset set.
Event Holding Time: Set the time to stay at the
preset position when the preset moved by event.
If it is set to 0, the camera doesn’t return to original
position after moving to the preset position by event.
Edit Label: Assign a label to the preset position. Only
the first 15 preset entries (Preset-1 ~ Preset-15) can
have labels.
In case the preset assigned as the 1st point is same as
the preset assigned as the 2nd point, camera turns on
its axis by 360 in CW(Clockwise) direction and then it
turns on its axis by 360 in CCW(Counterclockwise)
direction.
.
Check Enable box
Select the Preset for 1st Position and 2nd Position
Enter the Speed (0~255)
Press Save Swing button to save the Swing
Remote Configuration
Group
This function is that the camera memorizes the
combination of Presets, Pattern and/or Swings
sequentially and runs Presets, Pattern and/or Swings
repetitively on activation. Max 8 groups are
programmable. Each group can have max 20 actions
which are the combinations of Preset, Pattern and
Swing. Option field has different meanings for Preset
and Pattern/Swing. For Preset, it configures the preset
speed. For Pattern/Swing, it configures the number of
repetition. Dwell time between actions can be set up
as well.
Select one of the entries of Group
Press Modify Group button. The following window
will appear.
Set Action(Preset or Swing or Pattern), Dwell Time
and Option and click Enable squares
Press Apply button and the Group can be used on
the Live View Page
☞ If a group includes an entry for which pattern or
swing is not defined, nothing happens on the entry.
However, Dwell time is applied for the entry even in
such case.
Ex) Group-1
Using Pattern/Swing/Group in Live view
page
Pattern, Swing or Group which is configured on PTZ
page can be activated in Live view page.
Select an entry in the list. 8 entries are valid for Swing
and Group, while 4 entries are valid for Pattern.
Press the button for the function to activate.
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Record Configuration
Remote Configuration
DISK
SD memory can be used, and at least 1GB size is
recommended. Either EXT3 or FAT32 file system can
be used. A disk with either EXT3 or FAT32 file system
can be read in Linux PC. However, only disk with
FAT32 file system can be read in Windows PC
Less than 4Mbps of video bit rate is recommend when
you record and monitor video simultaneously for
frame dropping may happen due to performance
limitation.
Please don’t remove SD card on which recording is
going. Files can be damaged..
General
Disk status
Description
Disk error detected
Error
No disk
Disk is not connected to the system.
Searching
Disk information
Checking the status of disk. Refresh
the page and wait until the status is
changed.
Mounting and
Recovering Disk...
Performing recovery process when
disk damage is found. It takes from
seconds to minutes for recovering.
Use record
- Off: Recording function will not be used when “Off”
is selected
- Use Disk: Recording will be enabled and data will be
written to a disk
- Use FTP: Recording will be enabled and data will be
uploaded to an FTP server.
☞ When FTP is activated in the record page by
selecting Use FTP or Use Disk with enabling
Automatically Backup to FTP, FTP upload by event is
automatically disabled.
Select Video: Select video stream to record
Overwrite: When the disk becomes full, the oldest
data are deleted automatically. It is valid only when
Use Record is set to Use Disk.
Max File Size/Max File Length: Max File Size option
is for limiting the size of AVI file. If small file size is set,
files of small size will be generated but numbers of
the files will be increased. Max File Length option is
for limiting the time length of AVI file. If the size of a
file becomes Max File Size or the duration of the
recording reaches Max File Length, a new file is
created.
Automatically Backup to FTP: Data recorded in the
disk can be uploaded to an FTP server automatically
for backup. FTP server is configured on Event page. It
is valid only when Use Record is set to Use Disk.
Erase After Backup: Data are deleted in the disk
automatically after being uploaded to the FTP server.
It is valid only when Automatically Backup to FTP is
used.
Start Time of Backup Data: Specify the time of the
data in the disk from which Backup to FTP Disk is
performed. This time is changed automatically as the
backup to FTP server goes. So it is useful to check
current backup status. It is valid only when
Automatically Backup to FTP is used.
Disk format needed
Disk is attached, but the type of the
file system is unknown or damaged.
Event Type
Disk information
During booting, the system reads status of disk and
initializes it. Once the initialization of a disk is finished,
the status of disk is shown on Record page of webbased setup.
Refer to the chart for checking the status of disk.
Unknown
disk type detected
USB Disk available
Available to be used for recording
Disk removed or
in abnormal state
Disk is detached during operation or
there is damage on the file system. If
it happens while disk is connected, it
is recommended to format the disk.
Three recording modes are supported: Continuous,
Event, Disconnect. In case of Event recording, event
types can be selected among several events. Selected
event type is used for configuring the schedule table.
Up to 4 event types can be configured and each event
type can be a combination of sensor and motion
event.
Pre-event Time: Specify the duration of recording
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before an event happens.
Post-event Time: Specify the duration after the event
is cleared.
Schedule Table
Actual recording mode is determined by Schedule
Table, where recording mode configured by day (of a
week) and hour.
Each of recording mode configures the recording
operation as follows:
Record off : No recording
Continuous : Records continuously
Disconnect: Recording is started when the system
loses the connection to its last client. When there are
multiple clients and one of the client is disconnected,
this doesn’t happen.
Event Type: Records when an event configured in
Event Type setting happens.
Checking status of recording
First, choose the date for search and the list of AVI
files will be shown.
The file name shows the date and time: “Date Begin
Time End Time.avi”.
Press Root to move back to the page with date list.
Playback
Selecting an AVI file will show a dialog for opening
or saving the file.
Recording status can be checked on the main view
page.
Search and Playback
Recorded video and audio data can be saved as AVI
format in the disk. In general, one AVI file is created
for an event in case of event-based recording.
However, it is possible that recorded data by serious
of events happening continuously can be merged to a
single AVI file depending on pre/post event time
setting. The size of file is limited 10~200MB and 10
Minutes. Continuous recording makes continuous AVI
files, and each files are limited 10~200MB and 10
Minutes.
Search
Actual recording A file currently being recorded
doesn’t appear until it is completed. In case of
Continuous recording, a file will be shown after 10
minutes from the start of recording, if a file size is set
to generate every 10 minutes.
Press Search Page button on the Record setup page.
Dates with recording data will be shown as follows.
Pressing Save button, the file will be stored in the PC.
The AVI file can be played with Windows Media Player.
If you press Open in the dialog, the file will be
downloaded and played automatically with Media
Player.
Another connection through web is disabled during
Remote Configuration
downloading and it is also not allowed to download
two AVI files at the same time.
Deletion of data
If you want to delete recorded files, select the files
by checking the item in front of each file and press
Delete button.
It is possible to delete multiple files at once.
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Remote Configuration
User Configuration
User List
password.
User can be registered and privilege level of a user
can be specified. User configuration is allowed only to
admin user. Max 16 users can be registered and each
user can have one of four privileges.
Privilege
Admin
Manager
User
Guest
Allowed Operations
All operations
All operations
except for user configuration
Live viewing and PTZ control
Live viewing only
Modify Privilege Level
Press Modify Privilege button to change User level. It
is not allowed to change the privilege level of admin
user.
Remarks
User ID = admin
Add User
Press Add button. The following window will appear.
Enter User ID and password (Up to 15 characters)
and select Privilege Level
Delete User
Select the User to be deleted and press Delete button.
Change Password
Press Modify password button. The following window
will appear.
Enter the current password and then set a new
Login Policy
Authentication Type
HTTP authentication based on RFC 2617(HTTP
Authentication: Basic and Digest Access
Authentication) is supported.
Skip Login provides for convenient access to the
server when authentication is not required. When Skip
Login is set to Enable, login step is skipped. The
privilege level after login in this way is determined by
the setting of Privilege Level After Login Skipped.
☞ User settings are applied correctly only after all
Internet Explorers running in the PC are terminated.
This is because Internet Explorer may reuse previous l
ogin information.
Remote Configuration
Camera Configuration
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Remote Configuration
Day&Night
Day&Night Mode : To provide clear images in low
lighting condition, the IR cut filter moves
automatically. This technology can be operated by
Day & Night lens or Filter changeable mechanism on
board.
Day(color): Deliver color image regardless of light
Night(Black & White): Deliver B/W image regardless
of light
Auto : Automatically switches between Day mode and
Night mode by detecting light condition to have best
images.
is, the rate of input image can be reduced in low
illumination environment. DSS Limit is used to
configure the minimum rate of input image. When it
is set to 1/4 for example, automatic increase of digital
shutter speed is limited to 1/4 second. In other words,
input of 4 images per second is guaranteed.
BLC (Back Light Compensation): It is an ability of a
camera to balance the lighting in a scene with an
extremely bright background such as sunlight. It helps
to obtain the finest light contrast and get clear image.
This function can be set to On/Off.
Night to Day transition threshold : Configures a
parameter to make IR cut filter start working. This
parameter can be configured 0~28 and its factory
default is 6.
ETC
White Balance
Aperture Level
Aperture Level is used to enhance edge of object. Its
option has 16 levels. The higher value is selected, the
better edge can be obtained. This option is effective
in adding Alphanumeric with Burn-in-OSD.
Please refer to the followings for white balance modes
supported by the camera.
Auto : Calculates white balance using color
information of whole screen.
Manual : Manually changes Red and Blue offset(gain).
Range should be 0~255
Indoor : 3200K Base Mode
Outdoor : 5800K Base Mode
Outdoor Auto : This is an auto white balance mode
specifically for outdoors. It allows you to capture
images with natural white balance in the morning and
evening.
Auto Explosure
AE Mode
Full Auto : Automatically controls Iris, Gain and Shutter
speed(59.94/NTSC; 1/60S, 50/PAL; 1/50S). In this mode,
DSS (Digital Shutter Speed) and Back Light
Compensation can be enabled.
Manual : A user controls Shutter (21 Step), Iris (14
Step) and Gain (16 Level).
Shutter Priority : A user controls Shutter (21 Step)
speed. Iris and Gain are automatically changed.
Iris Priority : A user controls Iris (14 Step, F1.6~Close).
Shutter speed and Gain are automatically changed.
Bright : A user controls Bright manually. A camera
algorithm controls Gain and Iris automatically.
DSS(Digital Shutter Speed): When DSS is enabled,
the rate of input image is controlled automatically to
generate images having reasonable illumination. That
Digital Zoom
LW9424 provides Optical x20 and Digital x12, totally
x240. (f=4.7 ~ 94mm)
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range): WDR combines two
fields which are high shutter speed exposure in bright
areas and low shutter exposure in dark areas into one
composite image. It helps to get clear images from
dark parts of the image without saturation from the
bright part.
Image Flip / Mirror
Vertically or horizontally flips images. After installing
LW9424, properly adjust this option to have proper
images. The factory default is Flip Off / Mirror Off.
Noise Reduction
reduces noise in images. To have enhanced images
from noisy images, use this option. The higher value is
selected, the better image can be obtained. 1~5 and
OFF are available. The Factory Default is Off.
Focus mode
has 2 focus modes, “Focus Auto” or “Focus Manual”.
Focus Near/Far buttons on Live View will work when
“Focus Manual” is selected.
Freeze on Position Move
Holds the image of the start preset and releases the
images the end preset. This function is useful to save
Remote Configuration
disk space of recorders.
Zoom Proportional Jog
When Zoom Proportional Jog is ON, pan/tilt speed is
adjusted automatically according to current zoom
level.
Auto Flip
ON: When tilt angle arrives at the top of tilt orbit(90°),
zoom module camera turns on its axis by 180° at the
top of tilt orbit and moves to opposite tilt direction
(180°) to keep tracing targets.
Off: Tilting more than 90° is not allowed.
Max Jog Speed
Set maximum speed of pan and tilt operation (8 steps).
Max Zoom Speed
Set maximum speed of zoom operation (8 steps).
Display PTZ Action
PTZ control action such as Preset Goto, Pattern, Swing
or Group can be displayed on the top of live display.
As the information is displayed with burn-in OSD, it is
inserted into encoded stream and all clients see the
information.
Auto: The information is displayed only for several
seconds after a specific operation.
ON: The information is displayed always.
OFF: The information is never displayed.
Description of action is displayed while configuring
the Pattern.
Power Up Action
Specify if the camera will continue previous action
such as pattern, swing or group after it is rebooted by
power.
ON: If pattern, swing or group was running before
rebooting, the action is resumed. If it was in stopped
state, it moves to the last position.
Off: Moves to the initial position after rebooting.
Scheduling Configurations
In order to allow different configurations of the
camera according to time of a day, the feature of
defining camera configurations and scheduling them
is provided..
Configuration Set
Select
4 different configuration sets can be configured by
opening the page with Config Set#N buttons. For
example, Config Set#1 can be configured for day
mode, and Config Set#2 can be configured for night
mode.
Scheduling of the configurations
Cells in the weekly/hourly schedule table can be set to
appropriate configurations by clicking a specific cell or
a cell for hour or a cell for a day of a week.
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Appendix
Appendix
Specifications
Camera Part (20X zoom, 2M pixel model)
Image Sensor
1/3", Type CMOS Sensor
Total Pixels
1920(H)  1080(V), 2M
F1.6(Wide) ~ F3.5(Tele), f=4.7 ~ 94.0mm
Lens
20 Optical Zoom, x12 Digital Zoom
Angle of View
H : 55.4(Wide) ~ 2.9(Tele)
Minimum Object Distance
10mm (Wide), 800mm(Tele)
Zoom Speed
2.3 sec (Focus Tracking ON, Optical only)
4.3 sec (Optical WIDE – Digital TELE, 30p/60p)
AE Mode
Full auto / Shutter Priority / Iris Priority / Bright / Manual
Iris Control
Auto / Manual (F1.6 ~ F14)
Gain Control
Auto / Manual (-3 ~ 28dB)
Shutter Speed Control
Auto / Manual (1/1 ~ 1/10,000sec)
White Balance
Auto / Indoor / Outdoor / Outdoor Auto
/ Manual (Red, Blue Gain Adjustable)
Day & Night (ICR)
Auto / Manual
Min. Illumination
1.7 lux/1/30 sec., 50% (Typical value)
0.5 lux/1/30 sec., 50% (High Sensitivity mode ON)
0.26 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec (PAL) (Typical value)
0.0005 lux/1/4 sec (NTSC), 1/3 sec (PAL) ICR-ON Mode
BLC
On / Off
WDR
On / Off
Noise Reduction
On (1~5 Level) / Off
Privacy Mask
8 Masks (Spherical Coordinate)
Video
Audio
Standards
Main Stream : H.264, Secondary Stream : H.264 / MJPEG
Output
1  BNC (Composite, Optional)
Resolution
19201080/30fps ~ 352240/30fps
Frame Rate
1 ~ 30 fps
Bit Rate
256 Kbps ~ 10 Mbps
Algorithm
G.711
Input
1  Line - In
Output
1  Line - Out
Sample Rate
G.711 : 8 KHz
Bit Rate
G.711 : 64 Kbps
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Appendix
Mechanism Part
Network
Software
Interface
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T (RJ-45)
Protocol
TCP/IP, UDP, Multicast, DHCP, SMTP
HTTP, SNMP, RTP, RTSP
True CMS, Web Viewer
Live Monitoring, Recording, Search & Playback, Backup
Travel Range
Pan : 360(Endless), Tilt : 90
Speed
Pan/Tilt
Communication
Sensor
/ Alarm
Preset
360/sec
Jog
0.05 ~ 360/sec (Proportional to Zoom)
Swing
1.4 ~ 180/sec
Preset
128 Presets
Pattern
4 Patterns (760 command/Pattern)
Swing
8 Swings
Group
8 Groups (20 Actions/Group)
Type
RS-485
PTZ Protocol
Pelco-D, Pelco-P, LG Multix
Sensor
2 Inputs, Photo-Coupler Input
Alarm
2 Relay Outputs, Max Load : DC24V 1A / AC125V 0.5A
IP Reset Button
Yes
Mount Accessory
Wall Mount or Ceiling Mount, Sun-shield (Optional)
Dimension
Weight
Physical
Material
Dome
 148.5mm /  5.9
Body
195.8228.8 mm / 7.79.0 
Wall
365.4347.3 mm / 14.413.7 
Body
Approx 2.9 Kg
Wall
Approx 3.8 Kg
Dome
Polycarbonate
Internal
Polycarbonate, ABS
External
Aluminum
Rated Power
DC12V, 2000mA (24W) / AC24V, 2080mA (50W)
Waterproof
IP 66
Fan
Always ON
Heater
Operation start from Internal Temperature 10C
Operation Temperature
-20C ~ 50C / -4F ~ 122F
Appendix
Dimension
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Main Body
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Wall Mount
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