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Everfocus EZN7221 Owner Manual
Star Light Outdoor Bullet IR Network Camera
EZN7221/7260/7360
Ultra Low Light Network Camera
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: March, 2016
Copyright  1995-2016 EverFocus Electronics Corp.
All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by
any means without written permission of the EverFocus Electronics Corporation.
EverFocus
12F-1, No.79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Road,
Hsi-Chih, New Taipei City, Taiwan
TEL: +886 2 2698 2334
FAX: +886 2 2698 3943
www.everfocus.com.tw
March, 2016
About this document
All the safety and operating instructions should be read and followed before the unit is operated. This
manual should be retained for future reference. The information in this manual was current when
published. The manufacturer reserves the right to revise and improve its products. All specifications are
therefore subject to change without notice.
Regulatory Notices
FCC Notice "Declaration of Conformity Information"
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 in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by EverFocus or
parties authorized by EverFocus could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
EverFocus Electronics Corp.
12F-1, No. 79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Rd.,
Hsi-Chi, New Taipei City, Taiwan
The POLESTAR Series camera complies with CE and FCC.
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Precautions
1. Do not install the camera near electric or magnetic fields.
Install the camera away from TV/radio transmitters, magnets, electric motors, transformers and
audio speakers since the electromagnetic fields generated from these devices may distort the video
image or otherwise interfere with camera operation.
2. Never disassemble the camera beyond the recommendations in this manual nor introduce
materials other than those recommended herein.
Improper disassembly or introduction of corrosive materials may result in equipment failure or other
damage.
3. Try to avoid facing the camera toward the sun.
In some circumstances, direct sunlight may cause permanent damage to the sensor and/or internal
circuits, as well as creating unbalanced illumination beyond the capability of the camera to
compensate.
4. Keep the power cord away from water and other liquids and never touch the power cord with wet
hands.
Touching a wet power cord with your hands or touching the power cord with wet hands may result in
electric shock.
5. Never install the camera in areas exposed to oil, gas or solvents.
Oil, gas or solvents may result in equipment failure, electric shock or, in extreme cases, fire.
6. Cleaning
For cameras with interchangeable lenses, do not touch the surface of the sensor directly with the
hands. Use lens tissue or a cotton tipped applicator and ethanol to clean the sensor and the camera
lens. Use a damp soft cloth to remove any dirt from the camera body. Please do not use complex
solvents, corrosive or abrasive agents for cleaning of any part of the camera.
7. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures within -40°C ~ 55°C / -40°F ~ 131°F (12VDC); -20°C ~ 55°C / -4°F ~
131°F (PoE) , and humidity between 20% and 80%; this device is not rated as submersible. The input
power source is 12VDC / 24VAC~ / PoE. Be sure to connect the proper + / - polarity and voltage, as
incorrect polarity or too high a voltage will likely cause the camera to fail, and such damage is not
covered by the warranty. The use of properly fused or Class 3 power limited type supplies is highly
recommended.
8. Mounting
Use care in selecting a solid mounting surface which will support the weight of the camera plus any
wind, snow, ice or other loading, and securely attach the camera to the mounting surface using
screws and anchors which will properly support the camera. If necessary (e.g. when mounting to
drop ceilings) use a safety wire to provide additional support for the camera.
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CONTENTS
1. Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 1
2. Physical Description ....................................................................................................................... 2
2.1.
Dimensions....................................................................................................................................... 2
3. Features ........................................................................................................................................... 3
4. Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
Packing List ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Optional Accessory .......................................................................................................................... 4
Cables ............................................................................................................................................... 5
Lens Installation and Adjustment .................................................................................................... 6
4.4.1. Mounting and Wiring .......................................................................................................... 6
4.4.2. Inserting a Micro SD Card .................................................................................................... 9
5. Accessing the User Interface ...................................................................................................... 10
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
Checking the Dynamic IP Address .................................................................................................. 10
Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer ........................................................................................ 14
Connecting the Camera to the Network ........................................................................................ 15
Live View Window .......................................................................................................................... 17
6. Playback ......................................................................................................................................... 23
6.1
6.2
Remote Playback Using Playback Page .......................................................................................... 23
Setting up the Playback Function................................................................................................... 25
6.2.1. Inserting / Removing the micro SD Card ........................................................................... 25
6.2.2. Testing the Playback Function ........................................................................................... 26
7. Settings .......................................................................................................................................... 28
7.1.
7.2.
System Settings .............................................................................................................................. 29
7.1.1. Network ............................................................................................................................. 29
7.1.2. Date / Time ........................................................................................................................ 35
7.1.3. Storage .............................................................................................................................. 36
7.1.4. Display and Overlay ........................................................................................................... 38
7.1.5. System Maintenance ......................................................................................................... 40
7.1.6. System Information ........................................................................................................... 43
7.1.7. User ................................................................................................................................... 44
7.1.8. Black / White List ............................................................................................................... 46
7.1.9. Serial Communication ....................................................................................................... 47
Camera Settings ............................................................................................................................. 48
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7.3.
7.4.
7.2.1. Streaming and Audio ......................................................................................................... 48
7.2.2. Profile ................................................................................................................................ 51
7.2.3. Camera .............................................................................................................................. 52
7.2.4. Schedule ............................................................................................................................ 56
7.2.5. Image ................................................................................................................................. 57
Event Settings ................................................................................................................................. 59
7.3.1. Event Wizard...................................................................................................................... 59
7.3.2. Event .................................................................................................................................. 60
7.3.3. Notification ........................................................................................................................ 65
Link to Smart Phone App ............................................................................................................... 68
8. Upgrading Firmware Using IP Utility ......................................................................................... 69
9. Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 71
10. Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 73
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................ 78
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Tested Card Brands......................................................................................................................... 78
Enabling the Multicast Function .................................................................................................... 79
RTSP URL Syntax ............................................................................................................................. 81
Setting up Port Forwarding Function ............................................................................................. 82
Setting up DDNS Function .............................................................................................................. 84
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1. Introduction
The POLESTAR Series outdoor bullet-type IP camera deliveries image quality of up to 3 MP. Equipped with
an auto focus lens, the IP camera can provide the desired field of view with superior video quality in
precision focus. Adopted with a Sony 1/2.8” CMOS image sensor, the high sensitivity characteristics
enables the IP camera to perform clear color images with less image noise even in the starlight or
moonlight environment. Equipped with a P-Iris, the IP cameras are capable of controlling the best iris
position automatically and precisely in varying lighting conditions, expanding the focus area of the images
and meanwhile improve the image sharpness. The IP camera also supports dual streams from H.265, H.264
or MJPEG compression formats.
The POLESTAR Series outdoor bullet-type IP camera has a built-in micro SDHC card slot. Except 12VDC and
24VAC~ power supply, the IP camera also supports Power over Ethernet (IEEE802.3af). Featured with a
weather-resistant (IP66) housing, the cameras meet a wide variety of needs for outdoor surveillance.
The POLESTAR Series outdoor bullet-type IP camera conforms to ONVIF for compatibility with other
network video devices. You can also use EverFocus Mobile applications to remotely view the live views of
the cameras through your iOS or Android handheld devices; or use EverFocus CMS to remotely manage
multiple IP devices connected on the network.
The POLESTAR Series outdoor bullet-type IP camera Models
Model Name
Megapixel
Max. Video Resolution
Frame Rate
EZN7221
2 MP
1920 x 1080
Dual streams: 60fps @ 1080p; 30fps @ VGA
EZN7360
3 MP
2048 x 1536
30fps
EZN7260
2 MP
1920 x 1080
30fps
System Requirement
Before installing, please check that your computer meets the following system requirements.
Operating System
CPU
Graphic Card
RAM
Software
Windows 7 (32 and 64-bit) or above
Intel Core i5 CPU @ 2.0GHz (or equivalent AMD) or higher
(Intel Core i7 CPU @ 3.4GHz recommended)
512MB RAM graphic cards (or equivalent on-board graphic cards)
• 2GB or more (8GB recommended)
• Additional HD space depends on required local storage of video files,
100 Mbps network card.
• DirectX 9.0c
• Internet Explorer 9 and later, Firefox 4.0-9.0, Chrome (Windows
version 44 and earlier)
Note: For using the Internet Explorer, some settings are required. Please refer to 5.2 Settings for
Microsoft Internet Explorer.
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2. Physical Description
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No. Name
Description
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Micro SD / SDHC Slot
For inserting a micro SD / SDHC card.
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Reset Button
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IR LEDs
44 IR LEDs for infrared illumination in night vision applications.
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Lens
3.3 – 10 mm, auto focus, varifocal, F1.3 – 360C.
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Light Sensor
Detects lights.
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Sunshield
Protect the camera from the direct rays of the sun.
Resets all configurations to the factory default settings. Press and
hold the Reset Button for 5 seconds.
2.1. Dimensions
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3.
Features
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1/2.8” SONY progressive CMOS image sensor delivers high resolution, and supports both H.265
and H.264 in full frame rate
One push auto focus for remote image adjustment
P-IRIS lens with a stepping motor for exact positioning to improve the IRIS performance
Dual streams from H.265, H.264 and M-JPEG
Ultra low light
Corridor Format
True Day/Night function
3D noise reduction (3DNR) under low-light conditions
Extended IR range of up to 40M / 131ft. with 44 LEDs
Smart IR function eliminates overexposure problems
Wide dynamic range function (WDR)
Two-way audio
Defog function supported
RS-485 supported
Alarm I/O supported
Micro SD card supported
Triple power inputs supported: PoE / 12VDC / 24VAC~
IP66 water proof and IK10 vandal resistance(for metal casing)
E-Z lock ring at the base is designed with easy to grip tabs for firmly clamp the camera in place,
plus a set screw for added security
EverFocus MobileFocus / MobileFocus Plus apps (iOS and Android) supported
EverFocus Genie XMS CMS supported
ONVIF profile S compliant
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4. Installation
4.1. Packing List
Please check that there is no missing item in the package before installing.
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EZN Series Camera x 1
Cable Gland Kit x 1 (connect to the
LAN/PoE cable for waterproofing)
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Power Pigtail Cable x 1
Plug x 1 (inserting to the Quick Mounting Ring for
through-the-wall installation)
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Quick Mounting Ring x 1
MAC Address Sticker x 2
Mounting Kit x 1
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Software CD x 1
Quick Installation Guide x 1
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Long Screw x 4 (for attaching the Quick Mounting Ring to the mounting surface)
Short Screw x 4 (for connecting the camera base to the Quick Mount Ring)
Screw Anchor x 4 (in conjunction with Long Screw)
Hexagon Wrench x 1 (for adjusting the camera position)
Thinner Hexagon Wrench x 1 (for removing the Sunshield)
Desiccant Bag x 1
Note:
1. Equipment configurations and supplied accessories vary by country. Please consult your local
EverFocus office or agents for more information. Please also keep the shipping carton for
possible future use.
2. Contact the shipper if any items appear to have been damaged in the shipping process.
4.2. Optional Accessory
You can use the optional accessories to expand the capabilities and versatility of the camera. Please
contact your dealer for more information.
IP Sidekick
• IP Sidekick - ESK1000
Using it for installation, you do not need to pre-configure the IP address
or to use an additional monitor to check and adjust all the IP cameras.
The product can assign an IP address to the camera, then you can
connect and check the camera live view using EverFocus mobile App EF
Sidekick. For details about IP Sidekick, please refer to the IP Sidekick –
ESK1000 User’s Manual.
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PoE Switch
• EverFocus 5 / 8 / 16 /
24 Ports PoE Switch
5 Ports: ES0501-40
8 Ports: ES0812-31 / ES0802-41
16 Ports: ES1625-31 / ES1645-51
24 Ports: ES2426-31 / ES2446-51 / ES2448-62
4.3. Cables
The Cables provide connections for Network, GND, CVBS output, power, audio input / output and alarm
input / output. Note that the audio-in / out cable features a line 3.5mm jack (TRS). Be sure to prepare
microphones / speakers with TRS connector (see TRS Connector image below). Also, microphones /
speakers with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
LAN / PoE Cable
Audio Output (TRS Line-out) (Green)
Audio Input (TRS Line-in) (Pink)
12VDC Input
Cable Assembly
Gray: CVBS OUT
White: 24VAC+
Light Green: 24VACBrown: RS485_A
Black: RS485_B
TRS Connector
Yellow: GND
Green: Alarm OUT
Pink: Alarm COM
Purple: Alarm IN
To activate the Audio function, the Enable Audio must be checked. See
7.2.1 Streaming and Audio.
Ground (Sleeve)
Right Channel (Ring)
Left Channel (Tip)
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4.4. Basic Installation
4.4.1.
Mounting and Wiring
Follow the steps below for mounting and wiring the camera.
1.
Before screwing the camera to the wall, drill four holes on the wall according to the hole-positions
on the supplied Quick-Mounting Ring. If you wish to run the wires into the wall, drill another hole
in the middle of the circular area within the Quick-Mounting Ring.
This conduit Is for wiring the cables along
the wall installation.
Plug
Circular Area
If you want to wire the cables through the wall,
then this conduit will not be used. You can
insert the supplied Plug into the conduit.
2.
Push the four supplied Anchors into the four holes on the wall. Place the Quick-Mounting Ring
against the anchoring surface so that the holes line up. Screw the Quick-Mounting Ring to the
wall using the supplied Long Screws.
Long Screws
Quick-Mounting Ring
Anchors
Wall
3.
Screw the camera base to the Quick-Mounting Ring using the supplied four Short Screws.
Camera Base
Short Screws
Short Screws
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You can wire the cables from the side of the camera or through the wall.
Wire the cables from the side
of the camera
4.
Wire the cables through the wall
Connect the network, power and other cables of the camera to the related devices.
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If you want to use the Cable Gland to connect the network cable for waterproofing:
a. Insert the supplied Stopper to the Cable Gland.
Stopper
Cable Gland
b. Insert a RJ-45 network cable (without the RJ-45 connector on the one end) through the
Screw Cap and Cable Gland.
Cable Gland
c.
Screw Cap
Crimp the RJ-45 connector onto the network cable. Note that the wires should be placed
into the RJ-45 connector based on the following order (from left to right).
Orange with white stripe
Orange
Green with white stripe
Blue
Blue with white stripe
Green
Brown with white stripe
Brown
d. Connect the RJ-45 network cable to the LAN / PoE Cable. Tightly screw the Cable Gland
and Screw Cap.
5.
Optionally insert a micro SD / SDHC card into the card slot. Please refer to 4.2.2 Inserting a micro
SD Card.
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6.
Access the camera live view. See 5. Accessing the Camera. Or connect a handheld test monitor to
the CVBS wire on the Cable Assembly for adjusting viewing angles.
7.
To adjust the camera angles:
Pan Adjustment: Unscrew the Set Screw using the supplied Thinner Hexagon Wrench. Twist the
Camera Body forcefully until it unscrews from the Camera Base. Rotate the camera by 360° to the
desired position and screw the E-Z Lock Ring until it locks against the Camera Base. Screw back
the Set Screw.
Camera Base
Set Screw
360°
Camera Body
E-Z Lock Ring
Tilt Adjustment: Loosen the Tilt Screw using the provided Hexagon Wrench and adjust the tilt
angle by 90°.
Tilt Screw
90°
Rotational Adjustment: Loosen the Rotate Screws on both side of the camera body using the
providing Hexagon Wrench and rotate the camera by 360° (180° to the left / 180° to the right).
Rotate Screw
180°
180°
8.
To adjust zoom and focus, please use Lens Control buttons on the Live View window. Please refer
to 5.4 Live View Window in the User’s Manual.
Note: Before start operating the IP camera, please make sure the camera date and time are
correct. To configure the camera date/time, go to System > Date/Time setting page on Web UI.
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4.4.2.
Inserting a Micro SD Card
You can optionally insert a micro SD card to the card slot on the camera module for recording videos.
1.
Remove the Sunshield from the camera. Loosen the set screw on the Sunshield using the
provided Thinner Hexagon Wrench. Slide the Sunshield out from the rail on the camera body.
Sunshield
Set Screw
2.
Rotate and then remove the camera cover, and insert a micro SD card into the card slot.
Micro SD Card Slot
Note: After opening the camera cover for inserting the micro SD card, you have to
close the cover immediately in case of reducing the absorption capacity of the
desiccant bag inside the camera.
3.
Stick the supplied Desiccant Bag inside the camera.
4.
Firmly close the camera cover for waterproofing and then slide the Sunshield back to the camera
body.
Note: When properly installed, the rear-side of the Sunshield should be even with the
rear-side of the camera body. Extending the Sunshield in order to shade the lens will
compromise the image quality.
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5. Accessing the Camera
This section explains how to access the Web interface of the camera for configuration.
5.1. Checking the Dynamic IP Address
You can look up the IP address and access the Web interface of the IP camera using the IP Utility (IPU)
program, which is included in the software CD. The IP Utility can also be downloaded from EverFocus’
Website: http://www.everfocus.com.tw/HQ/Support/DownloadCenter_p1.aspx (Support > Download
Center > Keyword Search: IP Utility). Please connect the IP camera on the same LAN of your computer.
1.
Save IP Utility Setup .exe
in your computer. Double click the .exe file and follow the
on‐screen instructions to install the IP Utility.
2.
Click the Finish button, the IP Utility will be automatically launched to search the IP devices
connected on the same LAN.
3.
To access the Live View window, double click the IP address of the desired device, the login window
pops up. Type the user ID and password to log in. By default, the user ID is user1 and the password
is 11111111.
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4.
If you log in for the first time, follow the on-screen instructions to update the latest Plugin version
(ePlayer). After reloading the webpage, the login window pops up again. Type the user ID and
password to log in again. By default, the user ID is user1 and the password is 11111111.
5.
Now you will be able to see the remote live page.
Note:
1. The “Download ePlayer Instruction” page will only be prompted for the first time login in order to
update the system to the latest Plugin version.
2. If the Error window appears, please be sure to close ALL the Web browser windows first and then
click Retry. When the Completing the ePlayer Setup Wizard window shows up, click Finish. Then,
you can open a new browser again to access the camera’s remote Web interface.
6.
To optionally configure the Machine Name, IP Address, IP Type or Port Number using the IPU:
a.
Log in the device by checking the desired model and then click the Log in
dialog box appears.
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b. Type the Username and Password and click OK. The Status column will display Login.
Note:
1. The default user ID is user1 and the default password is 11111111.
2. If you select more than one camera that has the same user ID / password, you will be able
to log in several cameras at once.
c.
Right click the column to configure the setting. Click Apply Changes
button to apply and
save the settings.
Note:
1. Most networks uses DHCP to assign IP address, if you are unsure of your network settings,
please consult your network administrators for configuration details.
2. If you want to set up PPPoE, please refer to 7.1.1 Network.
To set up a static IP:
By default, EverFocus’ IP cameras are set up with DHCP. To change the IP setting to static IP, select Static
IP from IP Type drop-down list and set up the desired IP Address, for example, 192.168.31.67.
Please also set up the Subnet Mask and Gateway. Click the Apply Changes button to apply and save the
settings.
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To show the Subnet Mask and Gateway items on the title bar, right click the title bar to display the
Customize Columns window, select Subnet Mask and Gateway and then click OK.
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5.2. Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer
If you have difficulties viewing live view or upgrading firmware, it is suggested to complete the following
settings of your computer.
1.
If your PC or laptop is running with Windows, it’ s required to run the browser as administrator
when first entering the remote web page of the device. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet
Explorer, right-click the browser and then click Run as administrator.
2.
You may need to turn User Account Control off if you still can’t see the Remote Live View. On the
computer, click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Action Center (click Change User
Account Control Settings), the User Account Control Settings window appears. Adjust the slide bar
to Never Notify and then click OK. Restart your computer if requested.
Note: For Windows 8 and Windows 10 user, if you still fail to view live view or upgrade firmware after
configuring Microsoft Internet Explorer setting, please refer to C. Snapshot / Record error message
(for Windows 8 and Windows 10 users). in 10. Troubleshooting for further configuration.
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5.3. Connecting the Camera to the Network
There are three methods to connect the IP camera to the network: Router or LAN Connection, Direct
High-Speed Connection and One-to-One Connection.
Router or LAN connection
This is the most common connection in which the IP camera is connected to a router and allows multiple
users on and off site to see the IP camera on a LAN / WAN (Internet). The camera must be assigned an IP
address that is compatible with its LAN. By setting up port forwarding on the router, you can remotely
access the cameras from outside of the LAN via the Internet. To remotely access the Web interface of
the IP camera, please refer to 7.1.1 Network (DDNS Settings). To set up port forwarding, please refer to
Appendix D. Setting up Port Forwarding Function.
Cat 5 Straight Through Cable
Internet
High-speed modem
Straight-through LAN patch cable
Router
Left: Pinout of a straight-through cable.
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Direct High-Speed Connection
In a Direct High-Speed Connection, the camera connects directly to a modem without the need for a
router. You need to set the static or dynamic WAN IP address assigned by your ISP (Internet Service
Provider) in the camera’s configuration web pages. To access the camera, just type
“http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx”, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address given by your ISP. If you have a dynamic
IP address, this connection may require that you use DDNS for a reliable connection. Please refer to
Appendix E. Setting up DDNS Function.
Internet
Cat 5
Straight Through Cable
High-speed modem
One-to-One Connection (Directly from PC to IP Camera)
You can connect directly without using a switch, router or modem. However, only the PC connected to
the camera will be able to view the IP camera. You will also have to manually assign a compatible IP
address to both the computer and the IP camera. Unless the PC has another network connection, the IP
camera will be the only network device visible to the PC. See the diagram below:
Cat 5
Right: Pinout of a crossed-over cable.
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5.4. Live View Window
1. Live View
Click the Live View button to display the Live View window. If you experience video feed lag time (if
connected via Internet), you can reduce the resolution or limit the number of streams. See 7.2.1
Streaming and Audio.
2. Playback
Click the Playback button to play back the recorded data directly from the on-camera micro SD /
SDHC card. For this function to become active, you have to insert a micro SD / SDHC card into the
micro SD / SDHC card slot on the camera (see 6.2 Setting up the Playback Function). For the tested
card brands, please refer to Appendix A. Tested Card Brands.
3. Snapshot
Click the Snapshot button to take a snapshot. By default, the snapshot will be saved at
C:\EverFocus\. To change the location, see Record to PC in 7.1.3 Storage.
Note: For Microsoft IE10 and above users, some settings have to be complete to enable this
function (see B. Snapshot/Record error message in 10. Troubleshooting).
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4. Record
Click the Record button to start / stop recording the current video stream. By default, this icon is
only for one-minute video recording and the recordings will be saved at C:\EverFocus\. To change
the recording time, see File Size in 7.1.3 Storage. To change the location, see Record to PC in 7.1.3
Storage. To record long-period recordings, please set up a recording schedule (see Schedule
Settings in 7.3.2. Event). To change the source video stream, use the Video Stream drop-down list
on the Live View Window. To change the recording format, see Recording and Snapshot Settings in
7.1.3 Storage.
Note: For Microsoft IE10 and above users, some settings have to be complete to enable this
function (see B. Snapshot/Record error message in 10. Troubleshooting).
5. Audio / Microphone
Click the Audio and Microphone buttons to switch the sound on / off for the speakers and
microphones respectively (if such external devices have been connected to the camera directly or
via the network). To activate the Audio function, the Enable Audio must be selected. See Audio
Settings in 7.2.1 Streaming and Audio. Note that the camera provides the TRS line-in / out terminal
I/O, therefore, TRS microphones / speakers with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are
required.
6. Setting
Click the Setting button to enter the Settings page (see 7. Settings).
7. Wizard
Click the Wizard button to enter the Setup Wizard.
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8. Hallway Display (9:16): Click the Rotate button
to rotate the live image. The rotation
degree will display next to the button. This function allows users to monitor vertically-oriented
areas such as hallway, corridors and aisles. Note that once you rotate the live image, the recordings
and snapshots will also be rotated.
Note: To achieve the best 9:16 display effect, it’s recommended to:
a. Install the camera sideways by rotating the camera to the left or right by 90°.
Rotate Screw
90°
90°
b. Select a 16:9 View Size (e.g. 1920 x 1080 / 1024 x 768).
c. Use the Rotate button.
9. Video Stream
Select the Video Stream (Stream 1 and Stream 2) that will be displayed in the live view window on
the bottom. (see 7.2.1 Streaming and Audio). The default setting is Stream 1 only. If extra streams
required, EverFocus can customize the settings.
10. View Size
Use this to select the appropriate view size and shape of the live view window on the bottom. A
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smaller size might increase transmission speed and video quality.
11. Language
Click the Language drop-down list to select the desired language.
12. Digital Zoom
Click the zoom in / zoom out buttons to zoom in / out the camera live
view. Click the Home button to go back to the home position.
Marquee Mode: Select this mode to drag around a portion of the live
view window you want to zoom into with your mouse.
Normal Mode: Select this mode to set the zoom level in the magnified
window. You can roll the mouse wheel to zoom in / out the camera
live view. Clicking on the magnified image will re-center the image
around that point.
13. One Push
The One Push buttons can be displayed on the live view window by
enabling the Show One Push Buttons function in the Live View
Layout Settings (see 7.1.4 Display and Overlay).
White Balance: To enable the button (turned from faded to clear), on
the Setting > Advanced > Camera Settings > Image, select One Push
from the mode drop-down list in the White Balance Settings field and
click the Apply button.
Once this is done, clicking the White Balance button on the Live View Window will instruct the
camera to adjust the white balance settings, and these settings will be active until the button is
clicked again. This is like a “semi-automatic” way to adjust white balance to suit the user, if the Auto
or Manual mode does not give the result the user wants.
Focus: The Focus (Auto Focus) button is enabled by default on the Live View window. Click the Focus
button to instruct the camera to focus automatically. To hide the Focus button on the Live View
window, disable the Show One Push Buttons function in the Live View Layout Settings (see 7.1.4
Display and Overlay).
14. Alarm I/O Control
Click the Input Trigger or Output Trigger buttons to trigger the alarm input / alarm output directly
from the window. If you have configured an event (in the Event List) that will trigger a reaction (like
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a recording) when an “Alarm Input” event occurs, clicking the Input Trigger button will trigger that
reaction. If you have connected the camera alarm output to an external device, click the Output
Trigger button will trigger that device.
15. Manual Control
The Manual Trigger button can be displayed on the live view window by setting up a Manual Trigger
Event in the Event Management (see 7.3.2 Event).
Click the Manual Trigger button to trigger an event directly from the window. If you have configured
an event (in the Event List) that will trigger a reaction (like a recording) when a “Manual Trigger”
event occurs, clicking this button will trigger that reaction. You can select what that reaction will be.
You can, for instance, set the camera to record the audio / video feed to the micro SD card on board
the camera. You can then click on the Playback button to open the Playback page and search for
and play all such recordings that had been stored on the card. Such event actions will be effective
once they have been configured in the Event List (see 7.3.2 Event). Click the Reset Alarm button to
reset the alarm output remotely.
16. Lens Control
The Lens Control buttons can be hidden on the Live View window by disable the Show Lens Control
Buttons function in the Live View Layout Settings (see 7.1.4 Display and Overlay).
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Zoom (Optical Zoom)
To adjust zoom buttons and slide bar, you need to click the Lock
icon to unlock first. Click the
Unlock
icon again to lock the zoom functions. The slide bar can be used for major adjustment
while zoom buttons are suitable for fine tuning. The bar value is defined by 1X, 2X and 3X values as
shown below. Slide the bar to the desired value.
When using buttons to control the zoom in / out actions, the slide bar willl act accordingly. Click and
hold the
buttons to continuously zoom in / out. Click the
out one step forward or backward.
buttons to zoom in /
Note:
1.
If you select Auto from the Focus Mode drop-down list, the camera will automatically
adjust focus every time you click the Zoom in / out buttons.
2.
It is recommended to adjust camera zoom only when necessary. Adjusting camera zoom in
Day mode or Night mode may cause an unfocused camera when it automatically switches
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from day to night mode or from night to day mode. When unfocused camera symptom
occurs, click the Focus button for the camera to automatically adjust the focus or click the
Focus buttons to fine tune camera focus.
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Focus
To use the buttons to adjust focus, click and hold the
closer or farther. Click the
buttons to continuously focus
buttons to focus one step closer or farther.
17. Status Display (info line that can be placed above video box or at bottom of page)
This shows the name of the camera that is currently active or being configured, current date/time
and current frame rate. You can activate these info displays in the Overlay Text Settings (see 7.1.4
Display and Overlay).
18. Event signal icons (above video screen)
When an event is triggered, a signal icon will appear at the top right of the Live View window to
alert the user.
Alarm Input icon
: When an alarm is triggered or the Input Trigger button is clicked, this icon
appears.
Motion detection icons
: The colors of these motion event icons correspond to the
colors of the motion trigger areas you have configured in the Motion Settings (see 7.3.2 Event).
Recording icon
: When the camera is recording to a PC-based folder, this icon appears.
Manual trigger icon
: When the Trigger Event button is clicked, the icon appears.
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6. Playback
Playback is designed as a quick way to check recent recordings that were triggered by Events that were
configured to “Record to micro SD Card” in the Event Management (see 7.3.2 Event). You can remotely play
back the recordings stored in the on-camera micro SD card on the Web interface, or play back the
recordings stored in the computer using VLC media player, Windows Media Player 12 or other players
support AVI / MP4 format.
Note: The Playback page is only accessible once the on-camera micro SD card is inserted and active.
Please refer to Appendix A for the tested card brands.
6.1 Remote Playback Using Playback Page
On the Live View Window, click the Playback button
to open the Playback page.
Search by File: Click the Search button under the “Show All Files on micro SD Card” header to
search for all recording files on the on-camera micro SD card. Search results will be displayed in the
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Filename area.
Search by Time: Click the Date / Time column and select the date and time from which you want to
search until the present moment. Click Search to get your search results, which will be displayed in
the Filename area.
Search by Event: Select the type of Event recordings you want to search for (Alarm, Motion or
Manual Trigger) and then click the Start Date / Time and End Date / Time columns to select the
Start Time date/time and the End Time date/time of your search. Click Search to get your search
results, which will be displayed in the Filename area.
Multiple Files: Check this box if you want the video player to play all the files in the selected folder.
The files will be displayed in the Filename area.
Loop Again: Check this box if you want the video player to play the selected file over and over again.
Play: Once you have clicked a file on the Filename list, the selected file information will be listed in
the File Information area. You can now click Play
Pause: Click
to pause playing back.
to play that specific file.
Stop: Click
to stop playing back.
Snapshot: Click
to take a snapshot.
Zoom In: Click
to zoom in.
Zoom Out: Click
to zoom out.
Filename: This area will display a list of search results (recording files and folders). If you use the
Search button under the “Show All Files on micro SD Card” header to search, folders (named with
the recorded date) will be displayed first. Click on the folder and click on each subfolder until the
recording files (.avi) in that folder is listed.
File Information: Click a file on the Filename list, the selected file information will be listed.
Copy: Click to copy the selected file to the computer-based folder of your choice. A browsing box
will open so that you can browse the folder of your choice. You can use VLC media player, Windows
Media Player 12 or other players support AVI / MP4 format to play back the recordings recorded in
your computer.
Lock: Click to lock the selected file. This will protect that file from being overwritten during any
overwrite procedure. The file will thus be saved on the micro SD card indefinitely. However, the file
will still be deleted if the micro SD card is ever formatted.
Remove: Click to delete the selected file.
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6.2 Setting up the Playback Function
Note that the Playback function will not be activated until the user has inserted a micro SD card in the
camera’s micro SD card slot. The card may also have to be formatted in the Secure Digital Card field (see
7.1.3 Storage). For the tested card brands, please refer to Appendix A. Tested Card Brands.
6.2.1. Inserting / Removing the micro SD Card
1. To insert the micro SD card: Insert the micro SD card into the micro SD card slot before powering
on the camera.
Micro SD Card Slot
2. To remove the micro SD card: Click the Remove button (Setting > Advanced tab > System Settings
> Storage > Secure Digital Card) when the camera is powered on, the micro SD card information
“micro SD card is not mounted” will display and the Remove button will change to Attach, and
then you may remove the micro SD card. If you want to insert the micro SD card again, insert the
micro SD card and then click the Attach button.
After inserting the micro SD card into the micro SD card slot, the Playback button on the Live View
page should be activated. If not, click the Refresh button for the camera to detect the micro SD
card. Then, the Playback button should be activated now.
Note: For the first-time user, click the Format button to format the card. All data on the disk
will be deleted if the Format button is clicked.
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6.2.2. Testing the Playback Function
1. To test the Playback function (this is not required), set up a “Manual Trigger” Recording Event by
clicking Setting > Advanced > Event Settings > Event.
2. Give the event a name, like “NewEvent”.
3. In the “Event Triggered Type” field, click on Manual Trigger.
4. Below this, check “Enable This Event”, “Enable Post-trigger Buffer”, and “Record to micro SD Card”.
For Alarm Input, Manual Trigger, and Tampering Detection trigger types, multiple events can be
created on the Event List but only one event can be enabled. For example, if you create three
Alarm Input trigger events, only one event under this trigger type can be enabled. The option of
Enable This Event for the rest of two Alarm Input events will be grayed out and display ‘’This
Trigger Type has already been enabled.’’ To enable another event under the same type, uncheck to
disable the event first and check the desired event.
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5. To save your settings, click the Create button, and the Event will be listed in the Event List.
6. Look at the “Post-trigger Buffer” at the bottom to make sure the buffer time is set to 10 seconds.
Click the Apply button in the Trigger Options Settings block.
7. Click the LiveView button to go back to the Live View page.
8. Get ready to click the Trigger Event button on the Live View page. Before you do, see if you can
find something in the view screen that will give you a visual time marker. For instance, if you can
get your hand in front of the camera’s lens, get ready to count down on your fingers.
9. Click the Trigger Event button and slowly count down on your fingers in front of the lens (if you are
able to do so – if not, try to find visual cues on the view screen that will help you to mark the
moment you pushed the trigger). The recording period will be as long as the buffer time you
selected – the default period is 10 seconds.
10. Click the Playback button to open the Playback page.
11. There are different ways to search for recording files on the camera’s micro SD card (i.e. the
Playback memory). For a recent recording like your test event, simply click the “Search” button
under the “Show All Files on micro SD Card” header.
12. If the micro SD card is active and formatted correctly, the recording folder’s name (the recording
day’s date) will appear in the Filename area. Click on this folder to open it. If there are sub-folders,
click on the bottom one (the most recent would be at the bottom) until you can click on a file that
cannot open to another sub-level and shows data in the File Information area to the right. This
would be the file of the most recent recording event.
13. To play this file, click the Play button below the video box. The test footage you have recorded
should start playing. Play time should be 10 seconds if you left the Post-trigger Buffer as 10
seconds.
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7. Settings
Click the Setting button
on the Live View Window to enter the setting submenu. There are two tabs:
Basic and Advanced on the left-side bar. You can set up the basic camera settings in the Basic tab. To
further set up comprehensive camera settings, click the Advanced tab, which includes all the settings to be
configured. The chapters below describe the detailed information of the Advanced tab.
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7.1.
System Settings
7.1.1. Network
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【Protocol Settings】You can transmit the data stream from the IP cameras using the RTSP (Real Time
Streaming Protocol) on the network. The RTSP is a protocol that allows you to access video streams
by using the compatible media players. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the
changes and return to the previous settings.
RTP over UDP: The RTSP protocol uses UDP for camera data stream transmission.
RTP over TCP: The RTSP protocol uses TCP for camera data stream transmission.
RTP over HTTP: The RTSP protocol uses HTTP for camera data stream transmission.
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【IP Settings】Enter the IPv4 / IPv6 details in this area, which applies to your system. Click Apply to
apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
IP Mode: Refer to the network administrator for these settings of the server. Default: DHCP.
DHCP: This setting lets the system use an automatically assigned (dynamic) IP address. This
address can change under certain circumstances. For instance, when the camera’s network
switch / hub has to be rebooted. Do not assign to the DHCP server the same IP addresses
used for the other network cameras and PCs with unique IP addresses.
• Static IP: The user can manually set the Static IP address. This type of address is stable and
cannot change, but the user has to make sure there are no address conflicts with other
network-connected devices.
• PPPoE: This is a DSL-connection application. The ISP will ask the user to input a username and
password. Contact your ISP for these details.
 IPv4:
IP address: When DHCP is not used, the user needs to manually enter the IP address of the
camera. Do not enter an IP address that is already used for your computer or other network
cameras.
Subnet Mask: This field is used to set the subnet mask for your network, so that the IP camera
will be recognized within the network. Example: 255.255.255.0. When DHCP is selected, the
DHCP server will assign this value automatically.
Gateway: This field is used to set the gateway for your network so that the IP camera will be
recognized within the network. When DHCP is selected, the DHCP server will assign this value
automatically.
Primary DNS: Enter the IP address of the DNS server if this is provided by an ISP.
Secondary DNS: If your ISP provided you with a secondary DNS address, please enter it here.
Username: Enter the account’s username (used only for PPPoE).
Password: Used only for PPPoE.
 IPv6: Enter the IPv6 details in this area, if this applies to your system.
•
【Port Settings】Enter the HTTP, HTTPS and RTSP port numbers. Check the Enable UPnP Port
Forwarding box to enable the UPnP function. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel
the changes and return to the previous settings. For setting up the port forwarding function, please
refer to Appendix D. Setting up Port Forwarding Function.
Promoted by the UPnP Forum (Universal Plug and Play), the UPnP is a networking architecture
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providing compatibility among networked devices listed in the networked device table. Enable the
UPnP function means you can directly connect the cameras listed in the networked device table by
clicking on them.
Note:
1. For the UPnP function to work, an UPnP-enabled router is required.
2. The UPnP function may fail owing to the compatibility between the camera and the router.
【Multicast Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. Enable if required, fill in
the setting options and click Apply to save. For more details, please refer to Appendix B. Enabling the
Multicast Function.
Enable Multicast: Check the box to enable the Multicast function.
Multicast IP: Fill in the multicast IP address. IP addresses in the range of 224.0.0.0 through
239.255.255.255 are reserved for multicasting. For devices, you can use 225.x.x.x - 232.x.x.x and
234.x.x.x - 238.x.x.x. Click here for more details.
Port: Change the port number if necessary. The port number has set to 50000 by default.
Time to Live: Input a Time-To-Live (TTL) value. The TTL value specifies the number of routers (hops)
that multicast traffic is permitted to pass through before expiring on the network.
【DDNS Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name
System) is a service used to map a domain name to the dynamic IP address of a network device. You
can set up the DDNS service for remote access to the IP camera. DDNS assigns a domain name (URL)
to the IP camera, so that the user does not need to go through the trouble of checking if the IP
address assigned by DHCP Server has changed. Once the IP is changed, the IP camera will
automatically update the information to the DDNS to ensure it is always available for remote access.
For setting up the DDNS function, please refer to Appendix E. Setting up DDNS Function.
Before enabling the following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host name from the
DDS service provider’s website. We support these four DDNS server providers:
www.everfocusddns.com, www.sitelutions.com, www.dyndns.com, and www.no-ip.com
Note: We highly recommend that you use xxxx.everfocusddns.com for the simplicity of setting up
your IP cameras.
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Enable Service ISP: Check this box to enable the DDNS function. You can either apply for a host
name from EverFocus or other DDNS server providers.
• From EverFocus: If you choose the EverFocus DDNS server, you can obtain a free host name
from EverFocus. To obtain a free host name from EverFocus, type a desired host name in
the textbox, click the Register / Update button, and then click the Apply button.
• From other DDNS server providers: To obtain a domain name from one of the three DDNS
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server providers, you have to register your name with the provider first, and then select the
provider and fill in the required information. Please refer to the specific DDNS company’s
website for further information.
Record ID: Type the record ID if provided by the DDNS server provider.
FQDN: Type the fully qualified domain name applied from the DDNS server provider. For
example, xxxx.dyndns.com
Username / Password: Type the login account of your DDNS server provider.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
Note:
1. In order to support the full functionality of the camera, you must open the port numbers (80,
554, 443) on the router for remote access to the IP camera. This function is available on most
routers in the market and is often known as “Port Forwarding”. To set up Port Forwarding,
please refer to Appendix D. Setting up Port Forwarding Function.
2. In certain router models, it is possible that you will not be able to access the camera using
DDNS while inside the router’s network. Please try using a PC located outside of your router’s
network.
Default Ports on All EverFocus IP Cameras:
HTTP: 80
RTSP: 554
HTTPS: 443
3. The host name obtained from EverFocus DDNS server or other DDNS server should not
include a space, underline or any special characters particularly _~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) + < >
";:.,
【HTTPS Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol and the SSL / TLS protocol that
provides encrypted communication and secure identification of a network web server. Before using
the HTTPS function for communication with the IP camera, a Certificate must be created first. There
are two ways to create and install a certificate: Self-Signed Certificated and Certificate Request.
Self-Signed Certificated
Please note that even though self-signed certificates are free and offer some protection, true
security is only implemented after the installation of a signed certificate issued by a certificate
authority.
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1. Select Self-Signed Certificated and fill in the following information.
2. Click the Apply button. The subject line will be displayed in the Install Certificated Info field.
3. Click the Property button, a pop-up window appears to display the details of the certificate.
4. To optionally create and install other certificates, remove the existing one by clicking the
Remove button to erase the certificate.
5. On the Web page, change the address from “http://” to https:// in the address bar and press
Enter on the keyboard. Some Security Alert dialogs will pop up. Click OK or Yes to enable HTTPS.
Create Certificate Request
You can apply for an official certificate from an issuing Certificate Authority.
1. Select Certificate Request and fill in the following information.
2. Type the required Certificate information and then click the Apply button. The subject line will
be displayed in the Created Request field
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3. Click the Property button, a pop-up window appears to display the details of the certificate.
4. To optionally create and install other certificates or request, remove the existing one by clicking
the Remove button to erase the certificate or request.
5. Copy the contents of the Certificate request (in PEM format) and paste it to the certificate
request field on the Web page of the 3rd party certification authority such as Symantec VeriSign.
Wait for the certificate authority to issue an SSL/TLS certificate and then download the issued
certificate on your computer.
6. In the Install Signed Certificated field, click the Browse button to search for the issued certificate,
and then click the Upload button to import the certificate. Once the certificate has been
uploaded, this field will show the subject line of the certificate.
【QoS Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab used to set up the priority of
package transmission. Check the Enable QoS / DSCP box and then adjust the value from 0 – 64 for
Live video, Live audio and Management (UI operation). The higher the value, the higher the
priority. Click Apply to save the changes.
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7.1.2. Date / Time
You can set up the system’s time on this page.
Note: Before start operating the IP camera, please make sure the camera date and time are
correct.
【Date/Time Format Settings】Select the desired Date / Time format and then click the Apply button.
To enable displaying the date and time information on the Live View Window, you have to check the
Date/Time box in the Display and Overlay > Overlay Text Settings (see 7.1.4 Display and Overlay).
【Date/Time Settings】
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Date: Set the date by clicking the calendar. Click Apply to save the setting.
Time: Click time to set desired hour and minute. Click Apply to save the setting.
NTP Server: Enter the Network Time Protocol server, if applicable. The camera’s time will be
automatically adjusted by synchronizing with the NTP server. Click Apply to save the setting.
【Time Zone Setting】Set the time zone of the camera’s location. Click Apply to apply the changes or
Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Daylight Savings Time Settings】Check the Enable Daylight Saving box to enable this schedule, and
select the dates when the region’s daylight saving period begins and ends. Click Apply to apply the
changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.1.3. Storage
You can configure the recording path, recording format, source video stream and micro SD card
settings on this page.
【Record to PC】You can configure the storage path for storing the recordings / snapshot on your PC.
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Export Folder: Type the storage path for storing the recordings / snapshot.
File size: The user can limit the size of each recorded file here (in minutes). Once you click the
Record button on the Live View window, the camera will start recording the live stream to your
computer. When a single recording file exceeds the time you set, the system will create a new
file to save that data to.
Enable Overwrite: Check the box for overwriting recording / snapshot file when the disk
storage capacity is full. The user can set the storage capacity limitation in the in-sentence box
below the Enable Overwrite setting: “If the remaining hard disk capacity is less than
MB
(50 ~ 2000),… “
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Secure Digital Card】This function, except for “Micro SD Card Information,” can only be set up in the
Advanced tab.
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Notification: Select the percentage of storage space that should be left on the card before the
camera notifies you of the impending storage shortage or overwrite.
Event Recording: Select the location where you want the camera to send the impending
storage shortage text notification to.
• FTP Back Up Only: Select to send the impending storage shortage text notification to the
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FTP server entered in the Notification > FTP Repository Settings (see 7.3.3 Notification).
•
Event Recording: Select to send the impending storage shortage text notification to the
checked locations in Event > Event Management (see 7.3.2 Event).
Both: Select to send the impending storage shortage text notification to the FTP or the
selected locations in the Event Management (see 7.3.2 Event).
Enable Overwrite: Check the box for overwriting files when the micro SD card is full.
Micro SD Card Information: If a micro SD card has been inserted to the micro SD card slot of
the camera, the micro SD card information will be displayed in this field.
• Remove: Click before removing the card from the system (see 6.2.1 Inserting / Removing
the micro SD Card).
• Format: For the first-time user, click to format the card. All data saved on the micro SD card
will be removed if the card is formatted (see 6.2.1 Inserting / Removing the micro SD Card).
• Refresh: Click the button when the micro SD card is not detected and the camera will
detect the micro SD card again.
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Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Recording and Snapshot Settings】Select the desired video stream (for SD Card Recording) and
recording format. The video stream can be configured in 7.2.1 Streaming and Audio. Click Apply to
apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
Note: If you click the Record button
on the Live View Window to record the current video
stream to PC, use the Video Stream drop-down list on the Live View Window to change the source
video stream.
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7.1.4. Display and Overlay
You can enable displaying camera information on the Web UI or live view images.
【Overlay Text Settings】Check the boxes to display the information on the Live View Window. The
information will only be displayed on the Live View Window and will not be displayed on the live
view video images or snapshots. To change the foreground color of the text, directly click on the
blank and then select a color. Select a position where you want the information to be displayed on
the Live Window. To change the Machine Name, see Machine Name in 7.1.5 System Maintenance.
To change the day and time setting, see 7.1.2 Date / Time. Click Apply to apply the changes or
Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Video Overlay Settings】Check the boxes to enable displaying video title or date / time on the live
view video images. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to
the previous settings.
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Show video title in video and snapshots: Check the box to enable displaying video title on the
live view video images and snapshots. To change the title, type a name in the Video Title
column.
Enable Video OSD: Check the box to enable displaying date/time information on the live view
video images. Select the desired Date/Time Format.
Position: Select a position where you want the video title or date/time information to be
displayed on the live view video images.
【Live View Layout Settings】Check the Show One Push Buttons box if you want to show the One
Push button on the Live View Window. Uncheck to hide the function. Click Apply to apply the
changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.1.5. System Maintenance
【Machine Name】If required, enter a new name for the machine. This name will be visible in the
Machine Name field of the IP Utility software, which is included in the software CD or from the
Website of EverFocus (click here to download. Please refer to 5. Accessing the User Interface). Click
Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Language Settings】Select the language to be displayed on the Web interface of the IP camera. The
default language is English.
New Language: This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. To add a new language not
listed in the current Language list, click the Browse button to locate the new language file (.evb) on
your computer and then click the Upload button. If you have requirement on a particular language
not listed in the current Language list, please contact us: ts@everfocus.com.tw
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
Note: Uploading a new language file will cause the system to reboot automatically. Please create
a new network connection to the IP camera when the reboot is complete.
【Maintenance】
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Reboot: Click to reboot the IP camera without changing any of the settings. Use this function if
the IP camera is not behaving as expected.
Restore: Click to restart and reset most of the current settings to their factory default values.
The only settings that will not be changed to default are: IP Settings and DDNS Settings.
Initialize: This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. This button should be used
with caution. Clicking this button will return all of the camera's settings, including the IP
address, to the factory default values. The camera will then have to be reconfigured.
【Save Configuration Server】
Save: To make a backup file of the machine’s current configurations, click this button to save all the
configurations to a configuration file. This will enable the user to reload these configuration settings
if the settings are changed and there is unexpected behavior.
【Load Configuration Server】
Select Video to apply only the video parameters from the configuration file to the system. Select
Network to apply only the network parameters from the configuration file to the system. Select All to
apply all the parameters from the configuration file to the system.
Browse: Click the Browse button to locate the saved config. File.
Upload: Click the Upload button to restore the system based on the selected parameters (Video,
Network or All).
【Video Format】Select 60Hz (NTSC) or 50Hz (PAL) for your local scanning system. Click Apply to save
the setting.
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【Upgrade Firmware】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. Click the Browse button
to find a previously prepared firmware upgrade file. Click the Upload button to install the new
firmware. You can also upgrade firmware using IP Utility, see 8. Upgrading Firmware Using IP Utility.
Note:
1. Do not disconnect power to the IP camera during the upgrade sequence. The IP camera will
reboot automatically after the upgrade has completed (1-5 minutes).
2. During the upgrade process, all event recording actions will be stopped. Event recording
actions will resume after the camera is rebooted.
3. If the “File Error, Please re-login!!” warning message appears when upgrading the firmware,
please try the following instructions:
a. Go to Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Option > Security > Custom.
b. Find and enable the Include local directory path when uploading files to a server.
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7.1.6. System Information
You can see the system information and log information displayed on this page.
【System Status】Displayed the system information. The values cannot be changed on this page. The
Uptime represents the period since the camera has been powered on. For example, up 19:50
represents the camera has been powered on for 19 hours and 50 minutes.
【System Log】Displayed the sequence number, date, time and event messages of the log event. The
log will display the last 256 log events. Click the Export Log button to export the system log event
list into a “.txt” file and select the location where the exported log file will be saved to. Click the
Clear Log (This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab.)to erase all the log data from the
camera. The system will be required to reboot after clicking the Clear Log button.
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7.1.7. User
The system administrator can create up to ten user accounts on this page.
【User Management】The system has automatically created ten user accounts.
To set up an user account:
1. Highlight a user account and its information will be displayed in the field below the account list.
2. Revise the account name, password and description. Select an authority level for the user account.
The deault setting is Supervisor when using user1 account to log in.
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Administrator: The only difference between a supervisor and administrator is that a
supervisor can edit an administrator’s account and password, but an administrator cannot edit
the supervisor’s account and password. The supervisor and administrators all have
unrestricted access to the Setting submenus and can determine the registration of all other
users.
User: A user can not only view the live view but also view / configure the below camera
settings.
View
Configure
System Settings
Network
Network > Protocol Settings
Date/Time
Date/Time > Date/Time Format Settings
Storage > Record to PC
Storage > Record to PC
Display and Overlay > Overlay Text Settings
Display and Overlay > Overlay Text Settings
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Display and Overlay > Video Overlay Time
Display and Overlay > Video Overlay Time
Stamp Settings
Stamp Settings
System Maintenance > Language Settings
System Maintenance > Language Settings
System Information
System Information > Export Log
Camera Settings
Streaming and Audio
Camera
Schedule
Image
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Guest: The lowest level of access, which only allows the user access to the live view page.
3. Select Active or Disable to active or disable the user account.
4. Check the Enable micro SD Card box to allow the user to access the micro SD card Playback
function.
5. Click the Edit button to save the changes.
: The button is only activated when the number of list is less than ten. Enter the account
information and click the Create button, the new account will be listed in the account list.
: Highlight an account and then click the Remove button to remove the highlighted
account.
: Highlight an account and enter the account information in the boxes below the account
list. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
: Click the button to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Anonymous Settings】Check the Anonymous viewer login box to allow the unauthorized persons to
log in the camera. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the
previous settings.
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7.1.8. Black / White List
Use this page to specify IP addresses that are allowed / denied to access this camera. By default,
any IP address can access the camera.
Note: The Allowed IP addresses only become relevant when the Denied items contain a Network
or Range, and the supervisor wants to allow one or more IP addresses within that excluded
range or network. In such a scenario, the user would enter the excluded range or network for
the Denied items, and enter the exceptions for the Allowed items.
IP Type: Select IPv4 or IPv6 from the drop-down list.
 Permission Type: Select Deny to deny the IP addresses configured below from accessing the
camera. The Allow option is only relevant if you’ve set up at least one Deny item configured
with Network or Range network rule from the Rule drop-down list.
 Rule: Select a network rule and then fill in the IP information in the below boxes.
• Single: Type a single IP address in the field below.
• Network: Type the IP address and subnet mask in the field below.
• Range: Type a range for the IP addresses.
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: Set up the IP information and click the Create button, the created IP information will be
listed in the Black/White list.
: Highlight an item in the list and then click the Remove button to remove the highlighted
item.
: Highlight an item in the list and set up the IP information in the boxes below the
Black/White list. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
: Click the button to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.1.9. Serial Communication
This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab.
【RS485 Setting】
Baud Rate: This field is to set the speed at which is used to transmit instruction or information
through the RS-485 port on the video encoder. There are six different speeds, 2400 / 4800 / 9600 /
19200 / 38400 / 57600.
Data Bit: This field is the data bit at which you will be transferring.
Stop Bit: This field is to set the stop bit for the RS-485 connection. There are two different stop bits,
1 or 2.
Parity: This field is to select the parity level at which you will be connected. You can choose
between None, Odd, or Even parity levels.
【Server Setting】
To set up server for data transmission, enter IP Address, Username and Password and check the
Enable box. Click Apply to save your settings.
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7.2.
Camera Settings
You can configure camera related settings, such as video / audio, region of interest and privacy mask.
7.2.1. Streaming and Audio
【Stream Settings】This IP camera can output three video streams simultaneously. For each of these
streams, the user can set the compression format, resolution, bit rate, and frame rate individually.
Stream 1 is always enabled for live view. To enable/disable Stream1 or Stream2, check the Enable
Stream 1 / Enable Stream 2 box.
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Note: If you connect to the camera via the Internet and experience a delay (lag time) in the video
feed, try to reduce the number of streams and the quality and resolution of the streams – but
keep the frame rate at its maximum.
Format: Select the encoding format – H.265, H.264 or MJPEG.
Resolution: Select the most suitable resolution for your needs.
Frame Rate: Select from 1 to 60 fps.
Bit Rate: This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. If required, select whether you want
the stream to stream a Constant Bit Rate or a Variable Bit Rate, and set the values of whichever
option you choose. You can also enter a customized Constant Bit Rate (256 to 12000 kbit) in the
Customize
kbit field.
GOP: Select GOP (Group of pictures) level from 1 to 120 to adjust the frequency of generating
I-frames per second for H.264 and H.265 Format.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Region of Interest Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. The Region of
Interest (ROI) function allows users to set up multiple regions within an image with better quality
and less distortion than the rest of the image. You can also use this function together with the Digital
Zoom function on the Live View window to get a better image result. Up to five ROIs can be
configured in this field.
To set up an ROI region:
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4.
Enabled the ROI Draw Tool and click the Draw button .
On the right-side live image, move the cursor to the position where you want the ROI
rectangle to start and then click it. Move the cursor to the position (diagonally opposing
corner) where you want the ROI rectangle to end and then click it.
Select a quality value for the ROI from the Quality drop-down list.
Click the Apply button to apply the settings, or click the Cancel button to reset without saving
the settings.
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【Privacy Mask Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. The Privacy Mask can
block out sensitive areas from view, covering the areas with colored or black and white boxes in both
live view and recorded clips. This feature is useful when users’ don’t want the sensitive information
visible. Up to four Privacy Masks can be configured.
To set up a Privacy Mask:
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7.
Enabled the Privacy Mask Draw Tool.
From the Color drop-down list, select Color to make the masks appear as colored rectangles
on the screen; or select B/W to make the masks appear as gray rectangles on the screen.
Select a color if you select Color from the color drop-down list. Select a level of grayness if you
select B/W from the color drop-down list.
Check the Enable box to enable the configured privacy mask.
Click the Draw button
and move the cursor on the right-side live image.
Move the cursor to the position where you want the mask rectangle to start and then click it.
Move the cursor to the position (diagonally opposing corner) where you want the mask
rectangle to end and then click it.
Click the Apply button to apply the settings, or click the Cancel button to reset without saving
the settings.
【Audio Settings】The camera can transmit audio to your computer if you have connected an external
microphone / line-in audio device to its audio Input. Check the Enable Audio box to enable the
camera’s audio input function then adjust the audio input volume. Note that the camera provides
the line-in / out audio ports, therefore, microphones / speakers with an (built-in) amplifier and
external power supply are required.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.2.2. Profile
The Profile Settings is designed with four camera modes, which can be applied in various scenes to
enhance image quality. You can apply different camera modes to the daytime and nighttime.
【Day Mode】【Night Mode】Select a camera mode and then click the Apply button to save the
settings.
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Vivid: Select Vivid mode to have images with optimized contrast ratio. You can further configure
the camera settings on the Camera setup page if required. Note that selecting the Vivid mode
will disable (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Camera setup page such as Exposure
Settings (AE) and Noise Reduction Settings.
Standard: Select Standard mode to have images with system configured settings. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Camera setup page if required. Note that selecting
the Standard mode will disable (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Camera setup page
such as Exposure Settings (AE) and Noise Reduction Settings.
More Detail: Select More Detail mode to enhance the dark parts of the images. You can further
configure the camera settings on the Camera setup page if required. Note that selecting the
More Detail mode will disable (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Camera setup page
such as Exposure Settings (AE) and Noise Reduction Settings.
User Define: Select User Define mode to customize the camera settings. You can configure all
the camera settings on the Camera setup page.
Flicker Compensation: Check the box to enable the Flicker Compensation function. Please enable
this function only if flicker artifacts are observed.
Blur Compensation: Check the box to enable the Blur Compensation function. Please enable this
function only if motion blur is observed.
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7.2.3. Camera
【Day/Night Settings】
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Mode: Select a mode from the drop-down list.
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Day: Select to keep the camera in Day mode (color images with IR LED off), even in
nighttime.
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Night: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on),
even in daytime.
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Schedule: Select to let the camera to switch to Day mode or Night mode (IR LED on) based
on the day and night schedule settings (see 7.2.4 Schedule).
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Auto(Light sensor): Select to let the camera automatically switch to Day mode (color images)
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or Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on) based on the light sensor’s detection
on the light level.
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Auto(AGC): Select to let the camera automatically switch to Day mode (color images) or
Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on) based on the AGC value of the current
video image.
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Night mode without IR LED: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white
images with IR LED off), even in daytime.
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Auto(Light sensor) mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to
Day mode (color images) or Night mode (black and white images with IR LED off) based on
the light sensor’s detection on the light level.
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Auto(AGC) mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Day mode
(color images) or Night mode (black and white images with IR LED off) based on the AGC
value of the current video image.
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Schedule mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera to switch to Day mode or Night
mode (IR LED off) based on the day and night schedule settings (see 7.2.4 Schedule).
D/N Level: This function can only be activated if you select Auto(Light sensor) / Auto(Light
sensor) mode without IR LED / Auto(AGC) / Auto(AGC) mode without IR LED mode in the
Day/Night Settings field. Adjust the level (0 - 100 lux) for the camera to switch from Day mode to
Night mode based on the light level detected by the Light Sensor. Click Apply to apply the
changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Day Profile / Night Profile】Select Day Profile to configure the following settings for daytime and
select Night Profile to configure the following settings for nighttime. Click the Apply button to save the
settings.
Note:
1. Some settings in the Exposure Settings may be grayed-out. To configure all the settings, select
User Define from the Day Mode / Night Mode drop-down list (see 7.2.2 Profile).
2. If you enable the Notification over “IR cut filter ON / OFF” function in the Event Management,
the camera will switch Day / Night mode based on the Event Trigger Type setting (see 7.3.2
Event).
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【Lens Settings】Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the
previous settings.
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Focus Mode: Select Manual to manually adjust the focus or select Auto to enable the Focus
button on the live view window (see 5.4 Live View Window). Note that if you select Auto, the
camera will automatically adjust focus every time when you click the zoom in / out button on
the Live View window.
【Exposure Settings】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab and can only be activated
when you select User Define from the Day Mode / Night Mode drop-down list (see 7.2.2 Profile). This
setting is used to adapt to the amount or type of light used by the camera. Click Apply to apply the
changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
 Mode: Select a mode from the drop-down list.
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Auto: Selecting Auto for the camera to automatically adjust the Shutter based on the
measured light level.
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ALC (Shutter Priority): Selecting ALC (Automatic Light Control) allows the camera circuitry to
either take bright spots more into consideration (peak), bringing out detail in bright areas, or
less into consideration (average) bringing out detail in shadows.
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Manual: Select this option to manually set up the Shutter (Manual) and AGC (Manual)
values.
 Shutter (Manual): The function is only activated if you select ALC or Manual in the Mode field. If
enabled, this setting lets you set the shutter speed yourself (measured in fractions of a second).
 AGC (Manual): The function is only activated if you select Manual in the Mode field. Set the
Auto Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the video signal and the noise.
 Slow Shutter: The function is only activated if you select Auto in the Mode field.
 AGC: The function is only activated if you select Auto or ALC in the Mode field. Set the Auto
Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the video signal and the noise.
 Flickerless: The function is only activated if you select Auto in the Mode field. Choose between
OFF, 50HZ or 60HZ.
【Backlight / Highlight Compensation Settings】Backlight Compensation Settings is used to make the
subject appear clearer when it is set against a bright background. Highlight Compensation Settings is
used to reduce the brightness of light sources in a specific area. Click Apply to apply the changes or
Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
OFF: Select to switch Back Light Compensation functions off.
ON (BLC): This option is useful when the background of the subject is very bright and the subject itself
is dark. The BLC will measure the light of the image center and the lens iris will automatically set for
optimal image quality.
ON (HLC): This function is useful in a low illumination environment to minimize the effects of glare
from bright lights such as spotlights, street lights or headlights in the field of view.
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BLC Edit Mode: Click the Enable button, the BLC grids appear on the
image. Click on the grids to enable / disable the BLC function. The
selected grids (in green) will be applied with the BLC function.
HLC Edit Mode: Click the Enable button, the HLC grids appear on the
image. Click on the grids to enable / disable the HLC function. The
selected grids (in green) will be applied with the HLC function.
【Features】This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. Click Apply to apply the changes or
Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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Noise Reduction (NR): This limits the amount of digital “video noise” that is usually found in any
video stream, and helps to reduce file size. Select Manual or Auto to enable the Noise
Reduction function. Slide the Level bar to set up the level. The higher the level the more the
reduction.
2D DNR: Select Auto for the system to automatically adjust to the optimal 2D DNR value. Select
Manual to enable the 2D DNR function and use the slide bar to set up the level. The greater the
value is, the more the reduction.
Level: Slide the bar to set up 2D DNR level. For Auto 2D DNR, slide the level bar to set up the
2D DNR limit; for Manual 2D DNR, slide the level bar to set up a fixed 2D DNR level.
3D DNR: Select Auto for the system to automatically adjust to the optimal 3D DNR value. Select
Manual to enable the 3D DNR function and use the slide bar to set up the level. The greater the
value, the more the reduction.
Level: Slide the bar to set up 3D DNR level.
For Manual 3D DNR, you can further set up the following two settings. You can reach optimal
results once two settings are balanced. For example, if the image looks blurry after you adjust
the 3D DNR Level, you can lower the Strength to reduce the blurriness. If the image delay
appears after you adjust the 3D DNR Level, you can lower the Stabilizer to reduce the image
delay phenomenon.
Strength: Slide the bar to set up 3D DNR Strength. The greater the value, the greater the
strength is, the more the reduction, and the lower the image sharpness.
Stabilizer: Slide the bar to set up 3D DNR Stabilizer. The greater the value, the greater the
stabilizer is, the more the reduction, also the streaking and delay (lag time) phenomenon
appeared.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR): The WDR function provides clearer images when both of the very
bright and dark areas simultaneously appear on the camera view. There are three value options:
OFF, ON and Auto. Note that when WDR is ON, some parts of the image may appear solarized.
This is normal for WDR, and is not a camera malfunction. For ON mode and Auto mode, select
WDR level from Low, Middle and High.
Defog: The Defog function makes the subject appear clearer when the surrounding area of the
subject is foggy and low contrast. Select ON / OFF to enable / disable the Defog function. Slide
the bar to set up Defog level.
Gamma Type: Users can use this field to optimize video quality of the monitor. Choose Vivid,
Standard, or Neutral from the drop down list.
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7.2.4. Schedule
The Schedule setup page is designed for users to configure the daytime and nighttime of each day.
The Schedule setting is only functional if you select Schedule from the Day / Night Mode drop-down
list on the Camera setup page.
Select Night and then move the cursor on the desired time square, click and drag the cursor over
the time squares to configure them to the Night mode (green color). Select Day and then move the
cursor on the desired time square, click on the time squares to configure them to the Day mode
(gray color).
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.2.5. Image
This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab.
【Orientation Settings】
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Enable Mirror: Check the box to enable the mirror function. The image will be rotated
horizontally around a vertical axis.
Enable Flip: Check the box to enable the flip function. The image will be rotated vertically
around a horizontal axis.
【Image Settings】
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Select Day Profile or Night Profile
Configure the Brightness and Sharpness by using the level bars
IR Smart Settings: Select OFF or ON mode. Use the level bar to adjust the level.
【Color Settings】Slide the bar to adjust the Saturation.
【White Balance Settings】Select a mode that delivers the best image quality for the camera’s light
environment.
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Auto: Select to let the camera automatically adjust the White Balance. In the Auto mode the
camera computes the white balance value output using color information from the entire screen.
It outputs the proper value using the color temperature radiating from a black subject based on
a range of value from 3000 to 7500K.
Manual: Select to adjust the Red and Blue values below this field.
One Push: Select to enable the One Push button on the Live View window. This will allow you to
force the camera to readjust the white balance every time you push the One Push button.
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Note: To display the One Push White Balance button on the live view window, you need to
enable the Show One Push Buttons function in the Live View Layout Settings (see 7.1.4 Display
and Overlay).
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Outdoor: Select to adjust the White Balance for an outdoor environment.
Fluorescent lamp: Select to adjust the White Balance under the Fluorescent lamp light.
Tungsten: Select to adjust the White Balance under the Tungsten light.
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7.3.
Event Settings
You can set up the Motion Detection event or Tampering Detection event to automatically notify the
users when an event occurs. You can also set up a schedule to automatically record the videos when an
event occurs.
7.3.1. Event Wizard
The Event Wizard allows users to easily configure the event settings. Follow the on-screen
instructions to complete the event settings.
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7.3.2. Event
This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab. Except the Event Wizard, you can also
configure the event settings along with the Recording Schedule on this page.
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【Event Management】You can set up the events such as Motion Detection or Tampering Detection
to automatically notify the users when an event occurs.
Event Name: Enter an event name.
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Event Trigger Type: Select an event for the event reaction (as selected in the “Notification Over”
field below).
• Alarm Input: Select this if you want a reaction trigger coming from any external, connected
sensor to activate the event reaction (as selected in the “Notification Over” field below) via
the camera system. Make sure that a suitable device is actually connected to the alarm
input relay.
• Manual Trigger: Select this option if you want to manually trigger the event reaction (as
selected in the “Notification Over” field below) by clicking the Manual Trigger button on
the Live View Page.
• Motion Detection: Select this option to trigger the event reaction (as selected in the
“Notification Over” field below) when motion events occur. You have to pre-configure the
Motion Settings for this function to work.
• Schedule Recording: Select this option if you want the Schedule Recording periods
configured in the Schedule Settings to activate this. In this scenario, a preconfigured event
reaction like a log entry will list the start and end times of each period. Actual recording will
only be triggered if the event is preconfigured to do so.
• Tampering Detection: Select this option if you want the camera’s tampering detection
sensor to trigger the event reaction (as selected in the “Notification Over” field below). You
can set up the tamper duration time in the Event Trigger Settings field below.
Enable This Event: Check the box to activate the event. For Alarm Input, Manual Trigger, and
Tampering Detection trigger types, multiple events can be created on the Event List but only
one event can be enabled. For example, if you create three Alarm Input trigger events, only one
event under this trigger type can be enabled. The option of Enable This Event for the rest of
two Alarm Input events will be grayed out and display ‘’This Trigger Type has already been
enabled.’’ To enable another event under the same type, uncheck to disable the event first and
check the desired event.
Enable Re-trigger minimum interval between triggers
second: Check the box to set a
minimum time (between 10 and 120 seconds) after the event is triggered before the event can
be triggered again.
Enable Pre-trigger Buffer: Check the box if you want the event reaction (as selected in the
“Notification Over” field below) to be the activation of the video recording function, and if you
want the recording to include the video feed from the time period (configurable in the
Schedule Settings field) just before the Event trigger occurred.
Enable Post-trigger Buffer: Check the box if you want the Event reaction (as selected in the
Notification Over field) to be the activation of the video recording function, and if you want the
recording to include the video feed from a time period (configurable in the Schedule Settings
field) just after the Event trigger occurred.
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Notification Over: Select the desired notification types from the following items.
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Log: Check the box if you want the camera to list the event’s details in its log if the event is
triggered.
Trigger Alarm Output Duration Time
second: Check if you want the camera to relay the
event reaction to a device attached to the alarm relay output wire and then set up the alarm
output duration time (between 10 and 120 seconds).
Send Mail Notification: Check the box if you want the camera to send an email text notification
and one image file to the email address entered in the SMTP Settings field (see 7.3.3
Notification).
Upload to FTP: Check the box if you want the camera to upload the recordings to the FTP
server entered in the FTP Repository Settings (see 7.3.3 Notification).
Record to micro SD Card: Check the box if you want the camera to start recording its video feed
(when the event occurs) on an on-camera micro SD Card (if such a card has been inserted).
Note: The recording will only be as long as the combined Pre- and Post-trigger Buffers, so
make sure you enable at least one of these buffers, especially the Post-trigger Buffer.
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Record to PC: Check the box if you want the camera to start recording its video feed (when the
event occurs) on PC.
Network Alarm: Check the box if you want the camera to send a network alarm signal (when
the event occurs) to the CMS servers. Note that you have to configure the Network Alarm
Settings for this function to work (see 7.3.3 Notification).
IR cut filter: Check the box if you want the camera to turn ON / OFF the IR cut filter (when the
event occurs).
Note: If you enable the Notification Over “IR cut filter ON / OFF” function, the camera will
switch Day / Night mode based on the Event Trigger Type setting.
: Set up the Event information and click the Create button, the created Event information
will be listed in the Event List.
: Highlight an item in the Event List and then click the Remove button to remove the
highlighted item.
: Highlight an item in the Event List and edit the Event information on the left-side. Click
the Apply button to save the settings.
: Click the button to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Alarm I/O Settings】
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Input 1 Trigger Type: Select Normal Open or Normal Close from the drop-down list.
Output 1 Contact Type: Select Normal Open or Normal Close from the drop-down list.
【Tamper Detection Settings】
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Tamper Duration Time: Enter a duration time between 10 and 120 seconds.
【Trigger Options Settings】
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Pre-trigger Buffer
second: Enter the duration (between 10 and 120 seconds) for the
buffer. This will determine the amount of footage (length of time) before the event trigger
moment that will be included in an event-triggered video recording, if that buffer and video
recording has been enabled in the Event Management field.
Post-trigger Buffer
second: Enter the duration (between 10 and 120 seconds) for the
buffer. This will determine the amount of footage (length of time) after the event trigger
moment that will be included in an event-triggered video recording, if that buffer and video
recording has been enabled in the Event Management field.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Schedule Settings】Users can configure the recording schedule here. Select the desired recording
types among the options below. Click and drag the cursor on the time block, which will be applied
with the selected recording type.


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
Event (Red): Select for the camera to activate all the Event Recording (Alarm Input, Manual
Trigger, Motion Detection, Tampering Detection).
Schedule (Green): Select for the camera to activate normal recording. The events will not be
marked in the recording file.
Event + Schedule (Yellow): Select for the camera to active both of the configured Event and
normal recordings. The events will be marked in the recording file.
Deselect (Grey): Select for the camera to stop recording.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Motion Settings】Use this page to configure up to four areas in which motion will be detected.
When a motion is detected by the camera, the motion detection icon
will appear at
the top right corner on the Live View Window to alert the user. This function can also be linked
with correctly configured Events to trigger Event reactions like the activation of video recording
periods, snapshots, etc.
To set up the Motion area:
1.
2.
Check the Enable box to enable the selected area.
Select a sensitivity value of the motion detection sensor function.
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3.
4.
5.
Click the Draw button
and move the cursor on the left-side live image.
Move the cursor to the position where you want the motion rectangle to start and then click.
Move the cursor to the position (diagonally opposing corner) where you want the motion
rectangle to end and then click.
Click the Apply button to apply the settings, or click the Cancel button to reset without saving
the settings.
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7.3.3. Notification
This function can only be set up in the Advanced tab.
【SMTP (Email) Settings】This area is for configuring the mail server that is used to send e-mail text
notifications and one image file from the camera to predefined addresses via SMTP. Note that to
enable e-mail notification function, you have to check the Send Mail Notification box in the Event
Management field (see 7.3.2 Event).
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







SMTP Server: Enter the IP address or the host name of the SMTP server used to send e-mails.
SMTP Port: Enter the port number for SMTP. The default is 25.
Authentication: Check the box if the SMTP server requires authentication (user / password).
Username: Input the user’s login ID if the SMTP server requires authentication.
Password: Input the user’s login password if the SMTP server requires authentication.
Receiver Address: Input the e-mail addresses for receiving an e-mail message when events
occur. Please use “;” to separate multiple addresses.
Sender Address: Input the sender’s e-mail address, so that the receiver can recognize the
sender when an event message is received.
• Attach Image: Check the box if you want to attach an image when events occur.
• SSL Connection: Check the box to enable the SSL function. Enable this function means you
can access the camera through the SSL protocol that provides communication security over
the Internet.
Send Test Email: Click the Test button to send a testing email to the assigned address. You will
see a Success or a Fail text beside the Test button indicates the test result (
).
/
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
【FTP Repository Settings】This area is for configuring the FTP server that is used to send alarm
recordings from the camera to the preconfigured FTP server. Note that to enable uploading
recordings to the FTP server function, you have to check the Upload to FTP box in the Event
Management field (see 7.3.2 Event).







FTP Server: Enter the IP address or the host name of the FTP server.
FTP Port: Enter the port number for the FTP server. Default is 21.
Recording Path: Assign the recording path.
Username: Set FTP User’s name.
Password: Set FTP password.
PASV mode: Check the box to enable Passive mode. Passive mode is normally enabled. If a
connection cannot be established, uncheck "PASV Mode”.
Test FTP Server: Click the Test button to send a testing file to the assigned FTP server. You will
see a Success or a Fail text beside the Test button indicates the test result (
).
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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Note: If the camera lost connection to the FTP server, the recordings will be automatically
uploaded to the micro SD card on the camera. Once the connection between FTP server and
camera has re-established, the camera will resume uploading recordings to the FTP server.
However, the recordings uploaded to the micro SD card during the disconnection period will not
be uploaded to the FTP server.
【SNMP Settings】The default values for SNMP v1/v2/v2c and SNMP v3 are already filled in. Click
either of the Enable buttons to enable either of the two. Make your changes as desired. Click on
the Trap Address field to enter the digits, if required.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
【Network Alarm Settings】This function works with EverFocus CMS software. The camera can send a
network alarm signal (when the event occurs) to the CMS servers. To establish the connection
between the camera and CMS servers, the protocol and port number should match with each
other. For more details, please refer to the CMS user’s manual. Note that to enable the Network
Alarm function, you have to check the Network Alarm box in the Event Management field (see
7.3.2 Event).
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.4.
Link to Smart Phone App
You can access camera live view or take a snapshot via your smart phone. This page is designed for users
to download the mobile app to your mobile phone by scanning the QR code.
MobileFocus
for iPhone
MobileFocusPlus
for iPhone
MobileFocus
MobileFocusPlus
for Android-based smart for Android-based smart
phone
phone
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8.
Upgrading Firmware Using IP Utility
You can upgrade the Firmware using the IP Utility software included in the software CD. The IP Utility can
also be downloaded from EverFocus’ Website:
http://www.everfocus.com.tw/HQ/Support/DownloadCenter_p1.aspx (Support > Download Center >
Keyword Search: IP Utility). Please connect the IP camera on the same LAN of your computer.
1.
Install and then start the IPU program
, the following IPU window appears. The IPU will
automatically search the IP devices connected in the LAN.
2.
Log in the camera by checking the desired model and then click the Log in
icon. The Log in dialog
box appears.
3.
Type the Username and Password. Click the OK button, the Login status displays.
Note:
1. The default user ID is user1 and the default password is 11111111.
2. If you select more than one camera that has the same user ID / password, you will be
able to log in several cameras at once.
3. Up to 10 cameras can be simultaneously upgraded to the latest firmware. If you connect
the cameras to a PoE switch, please make sure the Power Consumption of the PoE
switch is sufficient.
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4.
Click the Upgrade Firmware button
, a browsing window appears.
5.
Select the firmware file (.evb) and then click Open. The IPU will automatically upgrade the firmware.
The camera will reboot once the upgrade process is complete.
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9.
Specifications
Model
EZN7221
EZN7360
EZN7260
Camera
Megapixel
2MP
3MP
2MP
Pickup Device
1/2.8” SONY progressive CMOS sensor
Lens
Vari-focal lens, Auto Focus, 3.3-10mm, F1.3, P-IRIS
Lens Angle of View
Horizontal 108.2°~35.4°, Vertical 56.2°~19.8°, Diagonal 129.3°~40.5°
Min. Illuminations
Color: 0.001 Lux @F1.2
Black: 0.0005 Lux @F1.2
O lux at F1.3(IR LEDs On)
Day/Night
True Day/Night
Shutter Time
1/7.5~1/32,000
IRIS
P IRIS
Video
Video Compression
H.265 / H.264 / M-JPEG
Max. Video Resolution
1920 x 1080
2048 x 1536
1920 x 1080
Frame Rate
Dual streams: 60fps @
1080p; 30fps @ VGA
30fps
30fps
Video format
50Hz / 60Hz
S/N Ratio
> 50 dB
Video Streaming
Multiple simultaneous streams
Image Settings
Compression, Brightness, Sharpness, Saturation, Auto White balance,
Exposure control, , Flicker-less, Text and image overlay, Auto Gain Control
(AGC), Mirroring of images, Corridor Format
Function
Region of interest (ROI), Wide dynamic range function (WDR), Noise
reduction (2DNR / 3DNR), Backlight compensation (BLC), Highlight
compensation (HLC), Privacy Mask, Digital zoom (10x), Smart IR
Audio
Audio Compression
G.711
Operation Mode
Line-in / Two-way audio
Audio Input / Output
1 In (Line-in 3.5mm stereo TRS jack)
1 Out (Line-out 3.5mm stereo TRS jack)
Network
Interface
10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX
Supported Protocols
TCP/IP, IPV6, UDP, ICMP, DHCP, NTP, DNS, DDNS, SMTP, SNMP, FTP, HTTP,
HTTPs, PPPoE, UPnP, Bonjour, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, UDP, IGMP,ICMP, ARP, ONVIF
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Security
Password protection, IP address filtering, HTTPS encryption, SSL, network
access control
User Administration
Password protected and 4 levels of Authorization; The Web UI can serve 10
simultaneous user connections
Event / Notification
Event Trigger
Manual Trigger, Motion Detection, Tamper detection
Notification
Send mail notification, Upload video to FTP, Record video to PC and network
alarm
General
Storage
Micro SD / SDHC card (up to class 10)
RS-485
RS-485 x 1
Alarm Input / Output
1/1
Video Output
video test output cable
Power Supply
12VDC / PoE / 24VAC~
Power over Ethernet
IEEE802.3af (Class 3)
Max. Power
Consumption
(IR LEDs on)
12VDC 10.4W / PoE
11.3W / 24VAC~ 0.8A
Water Proof
IP66
Vandal Resistance
IK10
Humidity
20% ~ 80% not condensing
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 55°C / -40°F~131°F (12 VDC)
-20°C ~ 55°C / -4°F~131°F (PoE)
Dimensions (L x H x W)
(In line) Φ105.5 x 359.9mm / Φ4.15" x 14.17"
(Right angle) Φ105.5 x 145 x 312.7mm / Φ4.15" x 5.7" x 12.3"
Weight
1.6Kg / 3.53lb
Certificates
CE / FCC
12VDC 10.4W / PoE
11.3W / 24VAC~ 0.8A
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10. Troubleshooting
Error messages pop up
A. When these error messages pop up, follow the steps below to fix the problem.
1. To enter the Registry Editor of your computer: Click Start and type “regedit” in the Search Program and
Files field.
2. Click the Enter button, the Registry Editor window appears.
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3. Find the KeepAlive Timeout Dword by following the path:
\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Sofware\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings
4. Double-click KeepAlive Timeout and this window appears.
5. Change the Value data to 480000 and click OK.
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B. Snapshot / Record error message.
For Microsoft IE10 and above users, you may have the above error message pop up when you click the
Snapshot
button on the Live View window. You can simply solve this problem by setting up your
Microsoft Internet Explorer to Run as administrator.
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C. Snapshot / Record error message (for Windows 8 and Windows 10 users).
For Windows 8 and Windows 10 users, you may have the above error message pop up when you click
the Snapshot
or Record
button on the Live View window. Follow the steps below to fix
the problem.
1. To enter the Registry Editor of your computer: Click Start and type “regedit” in the Search Program and
Files field.
2. Click the Enter button, the Registry Editor window appears.
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3. Find the KeepAlive Timeout Dword by following the path:
\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Polic\EnableLUA
4. Double-click Enable LUA and this window appears.
5. Change the Value data to 0 and click OK.
6. Restart your computer to complete the setting.
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Appendix
A. Tested Card Brands
This IP Camera supports micro SD / SDHC card up to 32GB. The following brands of the micro SD cards have
been tested by EverFocus and are recommended to work with EverFocus IP camera.
Brand
Transcend
Transcend
Kingston
SanDisk
Team
Group
SanDisk
SanDisk
Format
SDHC
SDHC
SDHC
SDHC
SDXC
SDXC
SDXC
UHS-I
UHS-I
UHS-I
UHS-I
UHS-I
UHS-I
UHS-I
Card
Speed
UHS-I
Class 10
UHS-I
Class 10
UHS-I
Class 10
UHS-I
Class 10
UHS-I
UHS-I
Class 10
UHS-I
Class 10
Card
Capacity
8GB
32GB
16GB
32GB
64GB
64GB
128GB
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B. Enabling the Multicast Function
The Multicast Function is a technique for one-to-many communication over an IP infrastructure in a
network that is designed to share IP camera loading and reduce network bandwidth. Note that for this
function to work, the router / switch must support multicast function.
Multicast
IP Camera
Streaming
Switch
Router
Router
Switch
To enable the Multicast Function:
1. Complete the installation of the IP cameras, routers / switches and computers (refer to diagram above).
2. Access to the Web UI of the IP camera to enable the Multicast function. Click the Apply button to save
the setting. (Setting > Advanced tab > System Settings > Network > Multicast Settings > Enable
Multicast)
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3. Go to the setting page of the router / switch to enable the Multicast function.
Here we use a D-Link DIR655 router and EverFocus 24-port switch for example.
4. The Multicast function setup is now complete.
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C. RTSP URL Syntax
Following is the RTSP URL syntax of EverFocus’ IP cameras.
rtsp://[device-ip-address]:554/Streaming/channels/[0]
* [device-ip-address] is the IP address of the IP camera
* [0] is for Main Stream; [1] is for Sub Stream
For example, if the IP address of the IP camera is 192.168.37.55, the RTSP URL (main stream / sub stream)
of this IP camera will be:
Main Stream:
rtsp://192.168.37.55:554/Streaming/channels/0
Sub Stream:
rtsp://192.168.37.55:554/Streaming/channels/1
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D. Setting up Port Forwarding Function
IP Camera port forwarding can be used when users need to access a certain IP camera from outside of the
local network where the IP camera is connected to.
To enable the IP camera port forwarding function, you have to configure the port forwarding settings both
on the IP camera and the router (UPnP-enabled). Please follow the steps below:
Internet
Local Network
IP Camera
PC
Switch
Router
Notebook
1. Go to Setting > System Settings > Network.
a. Set up a static IP for the IP camera. Type in the subnet mask, gateway and the DNS if provided
by the Internet Service Provider. Click the Apply button.
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b. Enter the port numbers and check the Enable UPnP Port Forwarding box to enable the port
forwarding function. Click the Apply button.
The default ports of all EverFocus’ IP cameras are as below. You can change the port numbers if
necessary. Be sure the port numbers setup on the router match the ones setup here.
HTTP: 80
HTTPS: 443
RTSP: 554
2. Set up the port forwarding settings on the router. Here we use D-Link’s router for example.
Please be noted that each router may look different in some ways, however, the concept of the
port forwarding setting is the same. For more details, please consult the manual of your router.
Enter the IP address of the IP camera
Enter the HTTP/HTTPS/RTSP port
numbers of the IP camera
3. Open a browser and type in the IP address of the router, now you are able to access the IP camera
from the Internet.
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E. Setting up DDNS Function
If you set up your IP Camera with DHCP network, the IP address of your IP Camera may change at different
times for different reasons, particularly after a power failure. The changing IP address of the IP Camera
may cause you difficulties accessing the IP Camera. To solve this problem, you can set up the DDNS
function to your IP Camera, and access your IP Camera with a fixed host name whenever the IP address of
your IP Camera changes.
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a service used to map a domain name to the dynamic IP address
of a network device. It assigns a domain name (URL) to the IP Camera, so that the user does not need to
go through the trouble of checking if the IP address assigned by DHCP Server has changed. Once the IP is
changed, the IP Camera will automatically update the information to the DDNS to ensure it is always
available for remote access.
To set up DDNS for your IP Camera, you have to 1) enable the DMZ or Port Forwarding function of your
router 2) configure the network setting of your IP Camera 3) configure the DDNS setting of your IP Camera.
Please follow the steps below.
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To enable the DDNS function:
1. In order to access the IP camera from outside of the local network, enable either the Port Forwarding
or DMZ function of your router. Please refer to the manual of your router for more details.
Note: If you enable the Port Forwarding of your router, the Enable UPnP Port Forwarding function
must be enabled on the IP camera (see Port Settings field in the Step 2 image).
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2.
On the Network Setting page (Setting > System Settings > Network > IP Settings), configure the IP
Settings, keep the default Port Settings and then click the Apply button.



If Static IP is selected: Enter the IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and the DNS Server.
Please consult with your ISP service provider for the information of subnet mask, default gateway
and the DNS Server.
If DHCP is selected: The IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and the DNS Server will be
assigned automatically by DHCP server.
If PPPoE is selected: Enter the User Name (e.g. xxxx@hinet.net) and Password provided by your
ISP service provider.
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3.
In the DDNS Settings field (Setting > Advanced tab > System Settings > Network > DDNS Settings),
register a free host name from EverFocus DDNS and then click the Apply button.
a.
Check Enable Service ISP to enable the DDNS function.
b. Select www.everfocusddns.com and enter a desired host name in the IP Camera Name field. If
the host name is available, a “Success” window will appear. Click OK. If not, try another host
name until the “Success” window appears.
Note: The host name should not include a space, or a dot (period) or any special characters
particularly _~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) + < > " ; : . ,
c.
Click Apply.
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4.
The DDNS setup is now complete. Open a browser and enter the domain name (http://[host
name].everfocusddns.com) in the address field. The Web interface of the device should be displayed.
For example, if you’ve obtained the host name “HQtest” from EverFocus DDNS server, enter
http://HQtest.everfocusddns.com in the address field of the browser.
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marketing@everfocus.com.cn
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USA
TEL: +1 626 844 8888
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Tokyo, 130-0022, Japan
TEL: +81 3 5625 8188
FAX: +81 3 5625 8189
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info@everfocus.co.jp
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