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Everfocus EHN3160 Owner Manual
EHN Series Outdoor Vandal Proof IP Dome Camera
P-Iris, IP68, IK10, WDR, DNR, True Day/Night
User’s Manual
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp,
Release Date: December, 2013
Copyright  2013 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, No.79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Road,
Hsi-Chih, Taipei, Taiwan
TEL: +886 2 2698 2334
FAX: +886 2 2698 2380
www.everfocus.com.tw
December, 2013
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, No. 79, Sec. 1, Shin-Tai Wu Rd., Hsi-Chi,
Taipei Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
EHN Series cameras comply 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 (12 VDC) or -20°C ~ 55°C / -4°F ~
131°F (PoE); this device is not rated as submersible. The input power source is 12 VDC / 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 2 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
3.
Features ........................................................................................................................................ 3
4.
Installation ................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5.
Accessing the User Interface .................................................................................................... 13
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
6.
Checking the Dynamic IP Address .................................................................................................. 13
Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer ........................................................................................ 15
Connecting the Camera to the Network ........................................................................................ 17
Live View Window .......................................................................................................................... 19
Playback ...................................................................................................................................... 22
6.1
6.2
6.3
7.
Packing List ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Optional Accessories ........................................................................................................................ 4
Terminal Block .................................................................................................................................. 5
Important Notice for the Installation ............................................................................................... 6
Basic Installation .............................................................................................................................. 6
Playback Window ........................................................................................................................... 22
Setting Up the Playback Function .................................................................................................. 24
6.2.1 Preparing the SD Card .................................................................................................. 24
6.2.2 Testing the Playback Function...................................................................................... 24
Playing Back Using ARV Viewer ...................................................................................................... 26
Settings ....................................................................................................................................... 27
7.1
7.2
7.3
System Info ..................................................................................................................................... 27
7.1.1 Information .................................................................................................................. 27
7.1.2 Log ................................................................................................................................ 28
User Config ..................................................................................................................................... 29
7.2.1 Live View Config ........................................................................................................... 29
7.2.2 Recording/Snapshot .................................................................................................... 30
7.2.3 Language ...................................................................................................................... 31
Network ......................................................................................................................................... 32
7.3.1 Network ....................................................................................................................... 32
7.3.2 DDNS ............................................................................................................................ 34
7.3.3 SMTP / FTP ................................................................................................................... 36
7.3.4 HTTPS ........................................................................................................................... 38
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7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.3.5 SNMP............................................................................................................................ 41
7.3.6 Network Alarm ............................................................................................................. 41
Video .............................................................................................................................................. 42
7.4.1 Multi Streaming ........................................................................................................... 42
7.4.2 Camera ......................................................................................................................... 44
7.4.3 Advanced ..................................................................................................................... 47
7.4.4 ROI (Region of Interest) ............................................................................................... 61
7.4.5 Privacy Mask ................................................................................................................ 62
7.4.6 Schedule ....................................................................................................................... 63
Audio .............................................................................................................................................. 64
User ................................................................................................................................................ 65
7.6.1 User Information .......................................................................................................... 65
7.6.2 IP Address Filter ........................................................................................................... 67
Event .............................................................................................................................................. 68
7.7.1 Event Settings............................................................................................................... 68
7.7.2 Motion Detection......................................................................................................... 71
7.7.3 Tamper Detection ........................................................................................................ 72
7.7.4 Alarm I/O...................................................................................................................... 72
7.7.5 Schedule ....................................................................................................................... 73
System ............................................................................................................................................ 74
7.8.1 Date/Time .................................................................................................................... 74
7.8.2 Daylight Saving ............................................................................................................. 75
7.8.3 SD Card ......................................................................................................................... 75
7.8.4 Maintenance ................................................................................................................ 77
8.
Upgrading Firmware Using IP Utility ...................................................................................... 79
9.
Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 81
10. Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 83
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1.
Introduction
The EHN series outdoor vandal proof IP dome comes with three models, 1.3 MP, 2 MP and 3 MP, providing
up to 15 fps at 2048 x 1536 viewing resolution. The series supports triple streams from H.264, MJPEG or
MPEG4 (optional) compression formats. Equipped with a P-Iris, the 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 EHN series is equipped with an IP68-rated and IK10 vandal proof housing, making it suitable for
outdoor use. The IR LEDs are also implemented for infrared illumination in night vision applications.
The EHN series features the Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function, which can provide clear images even
under back light circumstances where intensity of illumination can vary excessively. A built-in SDHC card
slot and Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3at Class 4) features are also provided. You can power the camera
over the network or by connecting the camera to a 12 VDC power supply. Since the EHN series conforms to
ONVIF / PSIA for compatibility with other network video devices, it interoperates with a wide variety of
hardware and software systems. You can also use EverFocus’ Mobile Applications to remotely view the live
views of the cameras through your handheld devices; or use EverFocus’ CMS to remotely manage multiple
IP devices connected on the LAN or WAN.
The EHN Series Models
Model Name
Megapixel
P-Iris
WDR
EHN3160
EHN3260
EHN3340
1.3 MP
2 MP
3 MP
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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System Requirement
Before installing, please check that your computer meets this system requirement.
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Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP / Vista (32-bit) / 7 (32-bit)
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Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or above
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
Camera Module
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6
3
2
1
4
5
No. Item Name
Descriptions
1
Cable Gland
Equipped with three plugs inserted in the cable conduits for
waterproofing.
2
LAN / PoE
Connects to a 10/100 Ethernet or PoE.
3
Terminal Block
A 12-pin terminal block. See 4.3 Terminal Block.
4
Reset Button
5
SD / SDHC Slot
Resets all configurations to the factory default settings. Press and hold
the Reset Button for 10 seconds by using a pen or a paper click.
For inserting an SD / SDHC card
6
Lens
Varifocal lens with P-Iris control.
7
Light Sensor
Detects lights.
8
IR LEDs
33 IR LEDs for infrared illumination in night vision applications.
Dimensions
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3. Features
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1/3” Panasonic CMOS sensor (for EHN3160 / 3260)
1/2.8” Sony CMOS sensor (for EHN3340)
Triple streams from H.264, MJPEG or MPEG4 (optional)
Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
Supports 15 fps at 2048 x 1536 (only for EHN3340)
Built-in P-Iris
Vandal-proof (IK10)
Weather-proof (IP68-rated)
Extended IR range of up to 30 meters with 33 IR LEDs
Built-in SD / SDHC card slot
Removable IR-cut filter for Day / Night function
3-axis mechanism (pan / tilt / rotate)
One alarm input and output
Two-way audio
TV-out
Wide Dynamic Range (for EHN3160 / 3260)
Digital Slow Shutter (DSS)
2D / 3D Dynamic Noise Reduction (DNR)
Motion detection
10x digital zoom
Privacy mask
12 VDC / PoE
Multi-languages on Web interface
ONVIF / PSIA compliant
Supports EverFocus’ CMS and Mobile Applications
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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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EHN Series Camera x 1
Base Plate Screw x 4
Screw Anchor x 4
Hexagon Screwdriver x 1
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Desiccant Bag x 2
Inner Paper x 1
Software CD x 1
Quick Installation Guide 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 Accessories
You can use the optional accessories to expand the capabilities and versatility of the camera. Please
contact your dealer for more information.
• One Adapter Plate with 4 Screws
The Adapter Plate is designed for wiring the cables through
the bottom of the camera case. For details on how to wire
the cables through the bottom of the camera, please refer
to 4.5 Basic Installation.
• L-Shaped Mounting Bracket
To prevent the camera from being damaged by direct
sunlight, it is strongly recommended to use the L-Shaped
Mounting Bracket to mount the camera to the wall. For
details on mounting the camera to the wall using the
L-Shaped Mounting Bracket, please refer to 4.4 Important
Notice for the Installation.
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4.3
Terminal Block
The I/O terminal block, located on the camera module, can be used to develop applications for alarm
input and output, two-way audio, TV-output or a variety of other functions.
Note:
1. You can unplug the terminal block from the camera module for easier wiring.
2. Be sure to prepare microphones with TRS connector (see TRS Connector image below). Also,
microphones with a (built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
Camera Module
Pin Assignment
No. Functions
No.
Functions
1
12 VDC Input
7
Audio Input C (TRS Line-in)
2
Digital GND
8
Audio GND
3
Alarm Output C
9
Audio Output
4
Alarm COM C
10
Audio GND
5
Alarm Input C
11
CVBS Output
6
Digital GND
12
Digital GND
TRS Connector
To activate the Audio function, the Enable Audio must be checked.
See 7.5 Audio.
Ground (Sleeve)
Right Channel (Ring)
Left Channel (Tip)
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4.4
Important Notice for the Installation
If you want to mount the camera on the wall where direct sunlight may occur, it is strongly
recommended to mount the camera using the L-Shaped Mounting Bracket to prevent the camera from
being damaged by direct sunlight. Please refer to the Quick Installation Guide of L-Shaped Mounting
Bracket for more details.
4.5
Basic Installation
Follow the steps below to install the EHN IP camera to the wall.
To mount the camera to the wall and connect the cables to the related devices:
1. Unscrew the four screws and remove the cover from the camera.
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2.
Unscrew the four screws and remove the Base Plate from the Camera Case.
Camera Case
Base Plate
3.
Unscrew the two screws and take out the camera module.
4.
Screw the Base Plate to the wall / Wiring Box using the supplied four screws.
Wiring Box
Base Plate
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If you want to wire the cables through the bottom of the Camera Case, follow the steps below:
a.
Remove the Circle Plate on the bottom of the Camera Case. You can simply loosen the Circle
Plate using a coin.
Circle Plate
Camera Case
b.
Loosen and remove the Cable Gland from the Camera Case. Screw the Cable Gland to the
hole on the bottom of the Camera Case.
Cable Gland
Camera Case
c.
Screw the Circle Plate to the side hole on the camera Case.
d.
Screw an Adapter Plate between the Base Plate and Wiring Box.
Wiring Box
Adapter Plate
Base Plate
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5.
Screw the Camera Case back to the Base Plate.
Base Plate
Camera Case
6.
Insert the network / PoE cable or the additional cables through the Cable Gland. Up to three
cables can be inserted. Note that except the network / PoE cable, additional wires have to be
bundled into a cable with diameter ranging from 5.3mm to 6.4mm (see Step d below).
Stopper Claw
Screw Cap
Keep the supplied 6 Adjustment Rings for waterproofing.
• Transparent x 5 (1 mm thickness)
b.
Screw Body
Cable Gland
Cable Gland
a.
Plug
Screw Cap
Adjustment Ring(s)
Stopper
• Black x 1 (0.5 mm thickness)
Remove the Plug(s) from the Stopper (depends on the number of cables inserted). One
Cable Conduit can only be inserted with one cable.
Cable Conduit
Plug
Stopper
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c.
Insert the network / PoE cable through the Cable Conduit, if your network / PoE cable
already has a RJ-45 connector, then you can use the Slitted Cable Conduit.
Slitted Cable Conduit
7.
8.
d.
Optionally insert the additional wires, such as power (if you want to power the camera
through a 12 VDC power source), alarm and audio cables, through the other Cable Conduit.
Note that one Cable Conduit can only be inserted with one cable. The Cable Conduit has
been tested to support cable diameter between 5.3mm and 6.4mm. Please refer to the
image below to bundle the lose wires before inserting to the Cable Conduit.
e.
Tighten the Screw Cap all the way to the Adjustment Ring(s).
f.
Due to the variable cable diameters, for better waterproofing, it is strongly recommended
that you apply silicon sealants to the inner Screw Cap.
Connect the network / PoE cable to the LAN / PoE port on the camera module.
If you have inserted additional wires, connect the wires to the terminal block. Please refer to 4.3
Terminal Block for pin assignment.
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9.
Optionally insert an SD / SDHC card to the card slot.
SD Card Slot
10.
Stick the supplied 2 desiccant bags inside the camera case.
Note: It is highly recommended to replace the desiccant bags every time when you open the
camera.
11.
12.
Place and screw the camera module back to the camera case.
Access the camera live view for adjusting camera lens and angles. For details on how to access
the camera live view, see 5. Accessing the User Interface.
a. To adjust camera lens, use the Zoom / Focus screws.
Zoom Screw
Focus Screw
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b. To adjust the camera to a desired angle:
Pan Adjustment: Simply turn left / right for the top camera module.
360°
Tilt Adjustment: Using the two tilt screws.
64°
Rotational Adjustment: Using the rotate screw.
180°
13.
Screw the cover back to the camera case.
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5. Accessing the User Interface
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 camera using the IP Utility (IPU)
software included in the software CD. Please connect the IP camera in 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.
To access to 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.
3.
Click OK, the Live View window appears.
Note:
1. You might be required to download ActiveX for viewing the camera feed. If asked, click Yes.
2. To enable Remote Live View, Firmware Upgrade and ActiveX Prompt on Internet Explorer,
some settings have to be complete. Please refer to 5.2 Settings for Microsoft Internet
Explorer in the User’s Manual.
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4.
To optionally configure the Machine Name, IP Address, IP Type or Port Number using the IPU:
a.
Log in the camera by checking the desired model and then click the Log in
Log in dialog box appears.
icon. The
b.
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.
c.
Right click the column to configure the settings. Click the Apply Changes
button to
apply and save the settings.
Note: Most networks uses DHCP to assign IP address, if you are unsure of your network
settings, please consult your network administrators for configuration details.
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5.2
Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer
To enable Remote Live View, Firmware Upgrade and ActiveX Prompt on Internet Explorer, some
settings have to be complete. Please follow the steps below:
1.
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.
2.
Open the Internet Explore, click Tools > Internet Options > Security Tab > Custom Level, the
Security Settings windows appears.
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3.
In the Download unsigned ActiveX controls field, select Prompt. In the Include local directory
path when uploading files to a server field, select Enable. Click OK.
4.
In the Internet Options window, click the Advanced tab and then disable Enable memory
protection to help mitigate online attacks. Click OK.
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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 7.3.2 DDNS. To set up port forwarding, please consult the
manual of the router.
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
7.3.2 DDNS.
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. Click the
button to display the "Live View" window. Double-click on the image
to show a full-screen display, double-click again or press ESC to return to the normal display. If you
experience video feed lag time (if connected via Internet), you can reduce the resolution or limit the
number of streams. See 7.4.1 Multi Streaming.
2. Click the
button to play the recorded data directly from the on-camera SD
card (for this function to become active, you have to insert an SD card in the camera’s SD card slot.
See 7.8.3 SD Card.
3. Click the
button to enter the Settings page, which includes 8 submenus:
[System Info], [User Config], [Network], [Video], [Audio], [User], [Event] and [System]. Please refer
to 7. Settings for more details.
4. Click the
button to exit the system and close this browser page.
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5. Video Stream
Select the Video Stream (Stream 1, Stream 2 or Stream 3) that will be displayed in the live view
window on the right. Stream 2 and Stream 3 are only selectable if you have enabled the stream
(see7.4.1 Multi Streaming). The default setting is Stream 1 only.
6. View Size
Use this to select the appropriate view size and shape of the live view window on the right. A
smaller size might increase transmission speed and video quality.
7. Digital Zoom
Click the Zoom In / Zoom Out buttons or roll the mouse wheel to zoom in / out the camera live view
up to 10x. 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. Clicking on the
magnified image will re-center the image around that point.
8. 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 7.2.2 Recording/Snapshot. To change the location, see Export
Folder in 7.2.2 Recording/Snapshot. To record long-period recordings, please set up a recording
schedule (7.7.5 Schedule). To change the source video stream and recording format, see Video
Recording Settings in 7.4.1 Multi Streaming.
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).
9. Snapshot
Click the Snapshot button to save a snapshot of the video image currently being displayed. By
default, the snapshot will be saved at C:\EverFocus\. To change the location, see 7.2.2
Recording/Snapshot.
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).
10. Speaker / Microphone
Click the Speaker 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 7.5 Audio.
Note that the camera provides the TRS line-in terminal I/O, therefore, TRS microphones with a
(built-in) amplifier and external power supply are required.
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11. One Push
This function is only available for EHN3160 / 3260. The One Push button can be displayed on the
live view window by enabling the Show One Push Buttons function on the User Config < Live View
Config Setting page (see 7.2.1 Live View Config). To enable the button (turned from faded to clear),
on the Video < Advanced Setting page, select One Push from the White Balance Settings Mode
drop-down list, and click the Apply button. Once this is done, clicking the One Push 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.
12. Manual Control
– Trigger Event
Click the “Trigger Event” button to trigger an event directly from the Live View window. If you have
configured an event (in the Event submenu) 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 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” menu (see 7.7 Event).
– Reset Alarm
Click the “Reset Alarm” button to reset the alarm output remotely.
13. 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 Settings > User Config page (see
7.2.1 Live View Config).
14. Event signal icons (above video screen)
When an alarm or motion event is triggered, a signal icon will appear at the top right of the Live
View window to alert the user.
Alarm event icon
: When an alarm is triggered, 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 Detection submenu (see 7.7.2
Motion Detection).
Recording icon
: When the camera is recording to a PC-based folder, this icon appears.
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6. Playback
You can remotely play back the recordings stored in the on-camera SD card on the Web interface, or
play back the recordings stored in the computer using the ARV Viewer included in the software CD.
Playback is designed as a quick way to check recent recordings that were triggered by Events that were
configured to “Record to SD Card” in the Settings > Event > Event Settings page (see 7.7.1 Event
Settings).
Note: Note that the Playback page is only accessible once the on-camera SD card is inserted and
active.
6.1
Playback Window
On the Live View Window, click the Playback button
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Search by File: Click the Search button to search for all recording files on the on-camera SD card.
Search results will be displayed in the Filename area.
Search by Time: Click the calendar icon 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: Click the type of Event recordings you want to search for (Alarm, Motion, Manual
Trigger) and then click the calendar icons 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 opened the file’s folder and have clicked on the file to highlight it, its details will
be displayed in the File Information area. You can now click Play to play that specific file.
Pause: Click this button to pause the playback.
Stop: Click this button to stop the playback.
【Recording List】
Filename: This area will display a list of search results (recording files and folders). Folders (named
with the recorded date) will be displayed first. Click on the folder and click on each subfolder until
the recording files (.arv) in that folder is listed.
File Information: Click a file on the Filename list, the selected file information will be listed.
Copy: Click this button to copy the selected file to the computer-based folder of your choice. A
browsing box will open so that you can search for the folder of your choice. You can use the ARV
Viewer to play back the recordings restored in your computer. For details on ARV Viewer, see 6.3
Playing Back Using ARV Viewer.
Lock: Click this button 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 SD card indefinitely. However, the
file will still be deleted if the SD card is ever formatted.
Remove: Click this button to delete the selected file.
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6.2
Setting Up the Playback Function
Note that the Playback function will not be active until the user has inserted an SD card in the
camera’s SD card slot. The card may also have to be formatted in the Settings submenu.
SD Card Slot
6.2.1 Preparing the SD Card
Once you insert a functional SD card into the slot, the Playback button on the Live page should
become active within seconds (see section 6.2.2 below – the grey letters should turn white). IF NOT,
do the following:
1.
From the Live page, click Settings > System > SD Card. If no card has been inserted yet, the
Remove button should be faded, indicating that no card is being detected. (If a card is inserted,
and the Remove button is still faded, pull the card out and re-insert it.)
2.
Slide the card into the slot until it clicks into position.
3.
The Remove button should become active within a few seconds, indicating the card is active.
4.
If the Remove button stays faded, click the Format button to format the card. NOTE: All data on
the disk will be deleted if the Format button is clicked.
6.2.2 Testing the Playback Function
1.
Once the SD card is detected by the system, the button
to
2.
(inactive) will turn
(active).
To optionally test the Playback function, set up a “Manual Trigger” Recording Event by clicking
Settings > Event > Event Settings.
3.
Click the “Add” button on the middle right side of the page to open an “Add Event” box.
4.
Give the event a name, like “Test 1”.
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5.
In the “Event Triggered by” field, click on Manual Trigger.
6.
Below this, check “Enable This Event”, “Enable Post-trigger Buffer”, and “Record to SD Card”.
7.
To save your settings, click OK, or close the box by clicking on the red x icon at top right of the
box (in which case you will be asked if you want to save the data, to which you should reply OK).
The box will close and the new event will be listed in the list area of the Event Settings page.
8.
Look at the “Post-trigger Buffer” at the bottom to make sure the buffer time is set to 10
seconds.
9.
Click “Apply” to make sure all settings are saved.
10. Click the Live button to go back to the Live page.
11. Get ready to click the Trigger Event button at the bottom of the 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.
12. 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.
13. Click the Playback button to open the Playback page.
14. There are different ways to search for recording files on the camera’s SD card (i.e. the Playback
memory). For a recent recording like your test event, simply click the “Search” button under the
“Search by File” header.
15. If the SD card is active and formatted correctly, the recording folder’s name (the recording day’s
date) will appear in the Filename box at the bottom. 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 box
to the right. This would be the file of the most recent recording event.
16. 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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6.3
Playing Back Using ARV Viewer
You can play back the recordings stored in the computer using the ARV Viewer
included in the
software CD. To store the recordings in the computer, please refer to Recording List > Copy in 6.1
Playback Window.
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4
5
6
2
7
8
3
9
10
No.
Item Name
Descriptions
1
Snapshot
Click to take and save a snapshot.
2
Load File
Click to load the recordings for playing back.
3
Convert ARV to AVI
Convert the recording from ARV format to AVI format.
4
Playback Time
Display the playback time.
5
Total Time of Recording
Display the total time of the recording.
6
Stop
Click to stop playing the recording.
7
Step Reverse
Click to display the previous frame.
8
Play
Click to play back the recording.
9
Pause
Click to pause the recording.
10
Step Forward
Click to display the next frame.
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7. Settings
Click the Settings button on the Live View Window to enter the settings submenu. There are nine
buttons on the left-side of the submenu: Live, System Info, User Config, Network, Video, Audio, User,
Event and System. Click the Live button can go back to the Live View Window.
7.1
System Info
The System Information and System Log can be checked on this page. Click the top tab of the one you
want to see.
7.1.1 Information
Click the Information tab, the following dialog box appears. These values cannot be changed on this
page, and are for reference only.
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7.1.2 Log
Click the Log tab, the following dialog box appears. The sequence number, date, time and event
messages of the log event will be displayed in the System Log field. The log will display the last 256
log events. Click the Export 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.
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7.2
User Config
Each user can set a different configuration for his/her Live page here. These settings will be applied to
the logged-in user’s Live page every time he/she logs in.
7.2.1 Live View Config
【Video/Audio Connection Protocol Setting】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.
 Nevio CGI: This is EverFocus’ protocol designed for EverFocus’ IP devices. Select this protocol
for camera data stream transmission.

【Text Settings】Check the box of each option (Machine name, Date/Time, Frame Rate) to display
this info on the Live View Page.
Foreground Color: Slide the Red, Green and Blue bars to create your preferred text color for the
info text line.
Position: Select the position where the text will be displayed. Choose from Upper Left / Lower
Right / Lower Left.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Date/Time Format Used in Text】Click the dropdown menu to select date/time format from the
listed options. Click on the desired hour format. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to
cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Live View Layout Settings】 Check the “Show One Push Buttons” boxes if you want to display the
show these buttons on the Live View Window. Uncheck these boxes to hide these buttons. This
function is only available for EHN3160 / 3260. Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel
the changes and return to the previous settings.
7.2.2 Recording/Snapshot
This configures where your Record Button and Snapshot Button (
) files will be saved if you
click one of these buttons. Selectable folders will be on the computer only, not on the on-camera SD
card.
【Recording / Snapshot Export Settings】
Enable Event Recording to PC: Checking this box will let the system save Record/Snapshot Button
recordings to the folder configured below on the user’s PC.
Export Folder: Select the Export folder for the action above by clicking on the browse (…) button,
and then select the desired folder.
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.
Overwrite: Select “ON” for overwriting recording/snapshot file when the disk storage capacity is
full. The user can set the storage capacity limitation in the in-sentence field in the gray box below
the 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.
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7.2.3 Language
Select the language to be displayed on the Web interface of the IP camera. The default language is
English.
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. Updated language
files might be available on the manufacturer’s website. Contact your vendor if required.
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.
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7.3
Network
This page covers network-related settings, including Network, DDNS, SMTP/FTP, HTTPS, SNMP, and
Network Alarm.
7.3.1 Network
The following information is required to configure the network settings. Contact your network
administrator or your internet service provider to get the info.
【IP Settings】
IP Type: Refer to the network administrator for these settings of the server. Default: DHCP

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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.
Note: If PPPoE is selected as the IP type, the supplied IP Utility program will not be able to
detect the device.
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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.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
【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 save the settings.
Promoted by the UPnP Forum (Universal Plug and Play), the UPnP is a networking architecture
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】Enable if required, fill in the setting options and click Apply to save.
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7.3.2 DDNS
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.
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.
【DDNS Settings】
Enable: Check this box to enable the DDNS function.
Service ISP: You can either apply for a host name from EverFocus or other DDNS server providers.
If you choose the EverFocus DDNS server, you can obtain a free host name from EverFocus.
•
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
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.
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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 consult the manual of the router.
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
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7.3.3 SMTP / FTP
【Set SMTP Server (email)】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 item on the
Event dialog box (see 7.7.1 Event Settings).
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 this box if the SMTP server requires authentication (user/password).
User name: 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 an EVENT is
enabled and triggered. Please use “;” to separate multiple addresses.
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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 this box if you want to attach an image when an alarm is triggered or an IP
camera detects events.
This server requires a secure connection (SSL): Check this 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.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
【Set FTP Server】The settings relating to the FTP server used to transmit the alarm recordings can
be configured here. Note that to enable uploading recordings to the FTP server function, you have
to check the Upload to FTP item on the Event dialog box (see 7.7.1 Event Settings).
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.
User Name: Set FTP User’s name.
Password: Set FTP password.
PASV mode: Check 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.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.3.4 HTTPS
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: Create Self-Signed Certificate
and Create Certificate Request.
Create Self-Signed Certificate
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.
1. Click the Create Self-Signed Certificate button, the following dialog appears.
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2. Type the required Certificate information and then click the Apply button. The subject line will
be displayed in the Installed Certificate Information 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. Click the Create Certificate Request button, the following dialog appears.
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2. Type the required Certificate information and then click the Apply button. The subject line will
be displayed in the Created Request 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 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 Certificate 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.
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7.3.5 SNMP
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.
7.3.6 Network Alarm
This function works with EverFocus’s CMS software, e.g. the PowerVideo Plus. For the setting details,
please refer to the CMS network alarm protocol.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.4
Video
The settings relating to video such as streaming, camera OSD can be configured on this page.
7.4.1 Multi Streaming
【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.
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.
Enable: This option is only for enabling the stream for live view (see Video Stream in 5.4 Live View
Window). Stream 1 is always enabled for live view. To enable Stream 2 and/or Stream 3 for Live View,
check the “Enable” box.
Format: Select the encoding format – H.264 or MJPEG.
Resolution: Select the most suitable resolution for your needs.
Frame Rate: Select from 1 to 30 fps.
Bit Rate: 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.
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【Video Recording Settings】Select the desired video stream and recording format to record the
videos to SD card. Before using this function, you have to configure the stream settings in the
Stream Settings field above.
【Video Overlay Settings】 Select to overlay the video title or date/time on the live video streams
and snapshots.
Show video title in video and snapshots: Select to overlay video title on the video streams and
snapshots. Type a title name in the Video Title field and then select a position from the Position
drop-down list where you want to display the video title.
Date/Time: Select to overlay date and time on the video streams and snapshots. Select a date and
time format; and then select a position from the Position drop-down list where you want to display
the date and time.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.4.2 Camera
You can configure the basic camera settings on this page.
【Profile Settings】 The Profile Setting is designed with four camera modes (Vivid/High Contrast,
Standard, More Detail and User Define), which can be applied in various scenes to enhance image
quality. You can apply different camera modes to the daytime and nighttime.
Day Mode: Select a camera mode and then click the Apply button to save the settings.
 Vivid: Select Vivid mode to have images with optimized contrast ratio. You can further
configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that selecting
the Vivid mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Advanced setup page
such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor Settings.
 Standard: Select Standard mode to have images with system configured settings. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that
selecting the Standard mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Advanced
setup page such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor Settings.
 More Detail: Select More Detail mode to enhance the dark parts of the images. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that
selecting the More Detail mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the
Advanced setup page such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor
Settings.
 User Define: Select User Define mode to customize the camera settings. You can configure
all the camera settings on the Advanced setup page.
Flicker Compensation: Check the box to enable the Flicker Compensation function. Please enable
this function only if flicker artifacts are observed.
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Night Mode: Select a camera mode and then click the Apply button to save the settings.
 High Contrast: Select High Contrast mode to have images with higher contrast ratio. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that
selecting the High Contrast mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the
Advanced setup page such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor
Settings.
 Standard: Select Standard mode to have images with system configured settings. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that
selecting the Standard mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the Advanced
setup page such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor Settings.
 More Detail: Select More Detail mode to enhance the dark parts of the images. You can
further configure the camera settings on the Advanced setup page if required. Note that
selecting the More Detail mode will lock (grayed-out) some Camera Settings on the
Advanced setup page such as Exposure Settings (AE), Noise Reduction Settings and Monitor
Settings.
 User Define: Select User Define mode to customize the camera settings. You can configure
all the camera settings on the Advanced setup page.
Blur Compensation: Check the box to enable the Blur Compensation function. Please enable this
function only if motion blur is observed.
【Camera Settings】
Mirror: Switch Mirror ON to rotate the image horizontally around a vertical axis.
Flip: Switch Flip ON to rotate the image vertically around a horizontal axis.
BLC: Back Light Compensation (BLC) is used to make the subject appear clearer when it is set against
a bright background.
For EHN3160 / 3260:
 OFF: Select to switch Back Light Compensation functions off.
 ON (BLC): The BLC can increase the exposure of a dark area surrounded by a brighter area,
HLC can decrease the exposure of bright areas surrounded by darker areas. This enables the
camera to better display information that would otherwise have been “whited out”, like a
license plate between two bright headlights on a dark road.
 ON (HLC): The Highlight-Suppression BLC is used to reduce the brightness of light sources in
a specific area. It is activated only 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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For EHN3340:
 OFF: Select to switch Back Light Compensation functions off.
 Back Light: The Back Light function is useful when the background of the subject is very
bright and the subject itself is dark. Select Back Light and adjust the slide bar to the left /
right for setting up the back light value. The higher the value, the more the backlight
compensation.
 Front Light: This function is useful when the bright highlights, such as flashlight or car
headlights, appear on the camera view. Select Front Light and adjust the slide bar to the left
/ right for setting up the front light value. The higher the value, the more the highlight
compensation.
WDR: This function is not available for EHN3340. The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function provides
clearer images when both of the very bright and dark areas simultaneously appear on the camera
view. There are four value options: OFF, Low, Middle and High. 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.
D/N Mode
 Auto: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED on) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day mode (color)
when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Day: Select to keep the camera in Day mode (color images with IR LED off), even in
nighttime.
 Night: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on),
even in daytime.
 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of each day,
please refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
 Auto mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode
(black and white images with IR LED off) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and
back to Day mode (color) when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Night mode without IR LED: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white
images with IR LED off), even in daytime.
 Schedule 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime
of each day, please refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
【Control】The camera features 10x digital zoom. Click the
zoom out the image.
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7.4.3 Advanced
You can further set up camera settings on this page. Note that to enable all the setting items, you
have to select User Define from the Day Mode / Night Mode drop-down list in 7.4.2 Camera.
EZN3160:
【Control】The camera features 10x digital zoom. Click the
zoom out the image.
or
button to zoom in or
Day: Select Day to set up the following settings for daytime and then click the Apply button to save
the settings.
Night: Select Night to set up the following settings for nighttime and then click the Apply button to
save the settings.
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【Camera Settings】
Exposure Settings (AE): This setting is used to adapt to the amount or type of light used by the
camera.
Mode:
 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.
 AES (Iris Priority): Selecting AES (Auto Electronic Shutter) disables the Shutter setting below
this setting. In this mode, the camera measures the light level and decides whether it needs
more or less light and then automatically adjusts the shutter speed accordingly. You can
further adjust the Iris (P-Iris) value.
 Auto: Selecting Auto for the camera to automatically adjust the Iris and Shutter based on the
measured light level.
Iris (P-Iris): The Iris position value can only be adjusted if you select AES in the Mode field. You can
manually adjust the P-Iris position based on the current light level. Once the light level changes,
the P-Iris will automatically adjust to the best position. The lower the position value, the wider the
iris. This function is useful for cameras installed in the surveillance environment where light level
can vary frequently.
Iris (P-Iris) Position: The instant iris position will be displayed automatically according to the
detected light level. The lower the position value, the wider the iris, which allows the camera to
receive larger amount of light.
P-Iris lens can precisely control the best iris position in varying lighting conditions, expanding the
focus area of the images and meanwhile improve the image sharpness. The images below
demonstrate the cameras with/without P-Iris lens.
Without P-Iris Lens
With P-Iris Lens
The unfocused area is blur
Objects at different distances from the
camera are focused
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Shutter: If enabled, this setting lets you set the shutter speed yourself (measured in fractions of a
second).
Shutter Limit: Set the Shutter limit here.
AGC Limit: Set the Auto Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the video
signal and the noise. However, the image will be darker under low-light condition with IR-off if you
set up the Iris to the maximum level.
Brightness: Set the image brightness here.
AE Reference: Set the Auto Exposure value here.
Black Level: Set the Black level here.
BLC Settings: Back Light Compensation (BLC) is used to make the subject appear clearer when it is
set against a bright background.
 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.
Select ON (BLC), the
button next to the Mode drop-down list will be active (see image
below). Click the
button, the green setup areas appear on the left screen. Click on the
areas to enable / disable the BLC function. The selected areas (in green) will be applied with
the BLC function.

ON (HLC): This option is only available when you select AES Mode in the Exposure Settings (AE)
field. This function is useful when the bright highlights, such as flashlight or car headlights,
appear on the camera view. The higher the value, the more the highlight compensation.
Select ON (HLC), and then select a level from the drop-down list. The higher the level, the
more the highlight compensation.
Noise Reduction Settings: This limits the amount of digital “video noise” that is usually found in
any video stream, and helps to reduce file size. The higher the level, the more the reduction.
Select ON / OFF to enable / disable the Noise Reduction function. Or select Auto to let the camera
automatically enable / disable the Noise Reduction function. Slide the Level bar to set up the level.
The higher the level, the more the reduction.
WDR: The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function provides clearer images when both of the very
bright and dark areas simultaneously appear on the camera view. There are four value options:
OFF, Low, Middle and High. 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.
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White Balance Settings: Select the mode that delivers the best quality image for the camera’s light
environment.
 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 yourself in the fields below this field.

One Push: Select to enable the Push button
next to the Mode drop-down field. This will
allow you to force the camera to readjust the white balance every time you push the Push
button. The lens will hold the same focal position until the next trigger command is received.
This function helps to prevent incorrect focusing in dark environments.
Day/Night Settings:
 Auto: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED on) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day mode (color)
when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Day: Select to keep the camera in Day mode (color images with IR LED off), even in nighttime.
 Night: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on), even
in daytime.
 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of each day, please
refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
 Auto mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black
and white images with IR LED off) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day
mode (color) when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Night mode without IR LED: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED off), even in daytime.
 Schedule 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of
each day, please refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
Sharpness Settings: Select the sharpness level of the image. A low sharpness level will deliver a
softer, less detailed image. A high level will deliver a sharp, highly detailed image. Switch
Resolution Enhancement ON to enable the resolution enhancement function.
Saturation: Set the saturation value.
Monitor Settings: The user can use this field to optimize video quality of the monitor.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Control】The camera features 10x digital zoom. Click the
or zoom out the image.
or
button to zoom in
Day: Select Day to set up the following settings for daytime and then click the Apply button to
save the settings.
Night: Select Night to set up the following settings for nighttime and then click the Apply button
to save the settings.
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【Camera Settings】
Exposure Settings (AE): This setting is used to adapt to the amount or type of light used by the
camera.
Mode:
 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.
 AES (Iris Priority): Selecting AES (Auto Electronic Shutter) disables the Shutter setting below
this setting. In this mode, the camera measures the light level and decides whether it needs
more or less light and then automatically adjusts the shutter speed accordingly. You can
further adjust the Iris (P-Iris) value.
 Auto: Selecting Auto for the camera to automatically adjust the Iris and Shutter based on the
measured light level.
Iris (P-Iris): The Iris position value can only be adjusted if you select AES in the Mode field. You can
manually adjust the P-Iris position based on the current light level. Once the light level changes,
the P-Iris will automatically adjust to the best position. The lower the position value, the wider the
iris. This function is useful for cameras installed in the surveillance environment where light level
can vary frequently.
Iris (P-Iris) Position: The instant iris position will be displayed automatically according to the
detected light level. The lower the position value, the wider the iris, which allows the camera to
receive larger amount of light.
P-Iris lens can precisely control the best iris position in varying lighting conditions, expanding the
focus area of the images and meanwhile improve the image sharpness. The images below
demonstrate the cameras with/without P-Iris lens.
Without P-Iris Lens
With P-Iris Lens
The unfocused area is blur
Objects at different distances from the
camera are focused
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Shutter: If enabled, this setting lets you set the shutter speed yourself (measured in fractions of a
second).
AGC: Set the Auto Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the video signal and
the noise. However, the image will be darker under low-light condition with IR-off if you set up the
Iris to the maximum level.
Slow Shutter: This option can be switched on when Auto or 1/30 option is selected in the Shutter
field.
Brightness: Set the image brightness here.
Black Level: Set the Black level here.
WDR Settings: The Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) function provides clearer images when both of
the very bright and dark areas simultaneously appear on the camera view. There are four value
options: OFF, Low, Middle and High. 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.
Visibility Enhancement: (OFF/Low/Middle/High) Images in foggy or rain environments or in
environments with a very strong luminous intensity have a dynamic range that is significantly
lower than ordinary images. The user can use this Visibility Enhancement setting to “DEFOG” the
image if such “FOGGING” is an issue.
BLC Settings: Back Light Compensation (BLC) is used to make the subject appear clearer when it is
set against a bright background.
 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.
You can configure one area to apply the BLC function. Select ON (BLC), the setup buttons
appears (see image below). Select Low / Middle / High from the BLC Gain drop-down list. To
set up a BLC area, click the Edit Area button and then click on the blue color tab to turn your
mouse cursor into a blue pen. Move the cursor to the position on the right screen where you
want the BLC rectangle to start and then click. Move your cursor to the position (diagonally
opposing corner) where you want the BLC rectangle to end and then click. The blue area will
be applied with the BLC function.
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
ON (HLC): This function is useful when the bright highlights, such as flashlight or car headlights,
appear on the camera view. The higher the value, the more the highlight compensation.
HLC Level: Select a level for the HLC setting. The higher the level, the more the highlight
compensation.
HLC Mode: Select All Day / Night mode to apply the HLC function.
HLC Black Mask: Select On / Off to apply the black mask on the selected areas. The
over-exposure portions within the selected areas will be applied with the black mask.
Color Tabs: You can set up four HLC areas with different colors. To set up a HLC area, click the
Edit Area button and then click on the color tab to turn your mouse cursor into a pen of that
color. Move the cursor to the position on the right screen where you want the HLC rectangle to
start and then click. Move your cursor to the position (diagonally opposing corner) where you
want the HLC rectangle to end and then click. Select ON from the color tab drop-down list. The
rectangular area with the selected color will be applied with the HLC function.
Noise Reduction Settings: This limits the amount of digital “video noise” that is usually found in
any video stream, and helps to reduce file size. The higher the level, the more the reduction.
2D DNR: Select ON to enable the 2D DNR function.
3D DNR: Select ON to enable the 3D DNR function. You can further set up the following settings.
 3D Start AGC: Set up the AGC level to automatically start the 3D NR function.
 3D End AGC: Set up the AGC level to automatically stop the 3D NR function.
 3D Level: Set up the 3D DNR level.
 Smart NR: Select ON to enable the Smart NR function. The 3D NR function will be
automatically turned on when a motion event occurs.
White Balance Settings: Select the mode that delivers the best quality image for the camera’s light
environment.
 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.
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

Manual: Select to adjust the Red and Blue values yourself in the fields below this field.
One Push: Select to enable the Push button
next to the Mode drop-down field. This will
allow you to force the camera to readjust the white balance every time you push the Push
button. The lens will hold the same focal position until the next trigger command is received.
This function helps to prevent incorrect focusing in dark environments.
Day/Night Settings:
 Auto: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED on) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day mode (color)
when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Day: Select to keep the camera in Day mode (color images with IR LED off), even in nighttime.
 Night: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on), even
in daytime.
 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of each day, please
refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
 Auto mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black
and white images with IR LED off) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day
mode (color) when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Night mode without IR LED: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED off), even in daytime.
 Schedule 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of
each day, please refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
IR Smart Settings: Select ON and set up the level to enhance the image quality when the images
are over exposure. This function is useful when the camera is in the Night mode.
Negative: Switch this setting ON to view a color negative version of the video image. This is useful
at night or when viewing temperature-sensitive images.
Sharpness Settings: Select the sharpness level of the image. A low sharpness level will deliver a
softer, less detailed image. A high level will deliver a sharp, highly detailed image. Switch
Resolution Enhancement ON to enable the resolution enhancement function.
Contrast: Select the contrast level of the image.
Monitor Settings: The user can use this field to optimize video quality for specific type of
monitor – LCD or CRT.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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【Control】The camera features 10x digital zoom. Click the
or
button to zoom in or
zoom out the image.
Day: Select Day to set up the following settings for daytime and then click the Apply button to save
the settings.
Night: Select Night to set up the following settings for nighttime and then click the Apply button to
save the settings.
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【Camera Settings】
Exposure Settings (AE): This setting is used to adapt to the amount or type of light used by the
camera.
Mode:
 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.
 AES (Iris Priority): Selecting AES (Auto Electronic Shutter) disables the Shutter setting below
this setting. In this mode, the camera measures the light level and decides whether it needs
more or less light and then automatically adjusts the shutter speed accordingly. You can
further adjust the Iris (P-Iris) value.
 Manual: Select this option to manually set up the Shutter (Manual) and AGC (Manual) values.
 Auto: Selecting Auto for the camera to automatically adjust the Iris and Shutter based on the
measured light level.
Iris (P-Iris): The Iris position value can only be adjusted if you select AES in the Mode field. You can
manually adjust the P-Iris position based on the current light level. Once the light level changes,
the P-Iris will automatically adjust to the best position. The lower the position value, the wider the
iris. This function is useful for cameras installed in the surveillance environment where light level
can vary frequently.
Iris (P-Iris) Position: The instant iris position will be displayed automatically according to the
detected light level. The lower the position value, the wider the iris, which allows the camera to
receive larger amount of light.
P-Iris lens can precisely control the best iris position in varying lighting conditions, expanding the
focus area of the images and meanwhile improve the image sharpness. The images below
demonstrate the cameras with/without P-Iris lens.
Without P-Iris Lens
With P-Iris Lens
The unfocused area is blur
Objects at different distances from the
camera are focused
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Shutter (Manual): If enabled, this setting lets you set the shutter speed yourself (measured in
fractions of a second). This option can be switched on when ALC or Manual Mode is selected.
AGC (Manual): Set the Auto Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the
video signal and the noise. However, the image will be darker under low-light condition with
IR-off if you set up the Iris to the maximum level. This option can be switched on when Manual
Mode is selected.
Slow Shutter: This option can be switched on when AES Mode is selected in the Exposure
Settings (AE) field.
AGC: Set the Auto Gain Control limit here. The lower the AGC level, the lower the video signal
and the noise. However, the image will be darker under low-light condition with IR-off if you set
up the Iris to the maximum level.
Flickerless: If the Mode field in the Exposure Settings (AE) area has been set to AES, then this
option becomes available. Choose between OFF, 50HZ, 60HZ, 50HZ (High Luminance) or 60HZ
(High Luminance).
EV Setting: Set up the Exposure Value. Note the brightness of the screen changes when you
change the EV value.
AE Response: Set up the Auto Exposure Response time.
AE Weighting Area: Select an AE Weighting area. Each setup AE Weighting Area is configured
with the appropriate brightness level on the center and the surrounding areas.
Brightness: Set the image brightness here.
Black Level: Set the Black level here.
BLC Settings: Back Light Compensation (BLC) is used to make the subject appear clearer when it is
set against a bright background.
 OFF: Select to switch Back Light Compensation functions off.
 Back Light: The Back Light function is useful when the background of the subject is very bright
and the subject itself is dark. Select Back Light and adjust the slide bar to the left / right for
setting up the back light value. The higher the value, the more the backlight compensation.
 Front Light: This function is useful when the bright highlights, such as flashlight or car
headlights, appear on the camera view. Select Front Light and adjust the slide bar to the left /
right for setting up the front light value. The higher the value, the more the highlight
compensation.
Noise Reduction Settings: This limits the amount of digital “video noise” that is usually found in
any video stream, and helps to reduce file size. The higher the level, the more the reduction. Select
ON / OFF to enable / disable the Noise Reduction function. Or select Auto to let the camera
automatically enable / disable the Noise Reduction function. Slide the Level bar to set up the level.
The higher the level, the more the reduction.
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White Balance Settings: Select the mode that delivers the best quality image for the camera’s light
environment.
 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 yourself in the fields below this field.
 Manual Temperature: Select to use the optimized Red and Blue settings. You can also
optionally adjust the Manual Level below this field for setting up the color temperature. The
higher the value, the more the color temperature.
Day/Night Settings:
 Auto: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED on) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day mode (color)
when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Day: Select to keep the camera in Day mode (color images with IR LED off), even in nighttime.
 Night: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images with IR LED on), even
in daytime.
 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of each day, please
refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
 Auto mode without IR LED: Select to let the camera automatically switch to Night mode (black
and white images with IR LED off) when the light levels fall to a specified level, and back to Day
mode (color) when the light levels rise to a specified level.
 Night mode without IR LED: Select to keep the camera in Night mode (black and white images
with IR LED off), even in daytime.
 Schedule 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. To configure the daytime / nighttime of
each day, please refer to 7.4.6 Schedule.
Saturation: Set the saturation value.
Negative: Switch this setting ON to view a color negative version of the video image. This is useful
at night or when viewing temperature-sensitive images.
Sharpness Settings: Select the sharpness level of the image. A low sharpness level will deliver a
softer, less detailed image. A high level will deliver a sharp, highly detailed image. Switch
Resolution Enhancement ON to enable the resolution enhancement function.
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Auto Contrast: Select the contrast level of the image.
Suppress Function:
Aperture Compensation Suppression: (OFF/Low/Middle/High) This setting can be activated to
suppress luminance noise when the AGC level increases.
Chroma Suppression: (OFF/Low/Middle/High) This setting can be activated to suppress
chrominance noise when the AGC level increases.
Monitor Settings: The user can use this field to optimize video quality of the monitor.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.4.4 ROI (Region of Interest)
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 use this function together
with the Digital Zoom function on the Live View Page to get a better image result. Up to eight ROIs
can be configured in the ROI settings page.
To set up an ROI region:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select an ROI number from the ROI No. drop-down list.
Click the Add button, the mouse cursor will turn into a pen when you move it over the live
image on the left.
Move the cursor to the position where you want the ROI rectangle to start and then click.
Move the cursor to the position (diagonally opposing corner) where you want the ROI
rectangle to end and then click.
Slide the Quality bar to set up the quality value.
Click the Apply button to apply the settings, or click the Cancel button to reset without saving
the settings.
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7.4.5 Privacy Mask
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.
【Privacy Mask Color Settings】The modes vary among camera models.
Mode: Click Color to make the masks appear as colored rectangles on the screen. Click B/W to
make the masks appear as gray rectangles on the screen. Click Mosaic to make the masks appear
as mosaic-effect rectangles on the screen.
Level: Select the color of the masks if you selected Color Mode. Select the level of grayness of the
masks if you selected B/W Mode. Select the level of small/middle/large if you selected Mosaic
Mode.
Color Tabs
: Click on a color tab to turn your mouse cursor into a pen of that color.
You can now create a block of that color on the video screen. Move your cursor to the position
where you want your mask rectangle to start and then click. Move your cursor to the position
(diagonally opposing corner) where you want your mask rectangle to end and then click. The
rectangular area with the selected color will appear. The live image will display the rectangular
area with the color you selected. If you want to create another mask, use one of the other three
colors. Each color denotes a different mask area. Only one block per color is allowed. As the
number of colors suggests, you can configure up to four blocks.
Select All: Click to turn the whole screen into a mask area.
Clear All: Click to delete all configured mask blocks.
Eraser: Click to turn the mouse cursor into an eraser to delete any block you click on.
Area: Shows the color and number of the block.
Enable: Check this box to enable the related mask block.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous settings.
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7.4.6 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 or Schedule without IR LED from the
D/N 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 (blue 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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7.5
Audio
The camera can transmit audio to your computer if you have connected an external microphone /
line-in (TRS) audio device to its audio Input.
Check the Enable Audio box to enable the camera’s audio input function and then adjust the audio
input volume. Note that the camera provides the TRS line-in terminal I/O, therefore, TRS
microphones with a (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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7.6
User
7.6.1 User Information
The system administrator can create up to ten user accounts on this page.
To set up a user account:
1. Highlight a user account and click the Modify button. The following dialog box appears.
2. Type the account name, account description and password for the account. Type the password
again in the Confirm field.
3. Select an authority level for the user account from the Authority drop-down list.
•
Supervisor / 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. Multiple administrators can be
configured, but there can be only one supervisor. The supervisor and administrators all
have unrestricted access to the Settings submenus and can determine the registration of
all other users.
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•
4.
5.
6.
7.
User: A user can view the Live View page and view the system, network, video, and audio
information. A user can only adjust the User Config page settings. The user does not have
access to the User, Event and System pages.
• Guest: The lowest level of access, which only allows the user access to the Live View page.
Select Active or Disable from the Status drop-down list to active or disable the user account.
Click On in the SD Card Playback field to allow the user to access the SD card playback function.
Click OK.
Click Apply to save all the settings.
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7.6.2 IP Address Filter
Use this page to specify IP addresses that are not allowed to access this camera. By default, any IP
address can access the camera.
Note: The Allowed List addresses only become relevant when the Denied List contains 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 in the Denied List, and enter the exceptions in the Allowed List.
To set up the IP Address Filter:
1. Select Denied List. Click the Add button, the following dialog box appears.
2. Select an IP type from the IP Type drop-down list.
3. Select a network rule from the Rule drop-down list, type the IP address and click OK.
Single: Type a single IP address in the IP Address field below.
Network: Type the IP address and subnet mask in the field below.
Range: Type a range for the IP addresses.
4. If you have set up an IP range in Step 3, you can optionally set up the Allowed List to allow one
or more IP addresses within the setup IP range to access the IP camera.
5. Click Apply.
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7.7
Event
You can set up the Motion Detection event, Tamper Detection event or the Alarm I/O to
automatically notify the users when an event occurs or an alarm is triggered. You can also set up a
schedule to automatically record the videos when an event occurs or an alarm is triggered.
7.7.1 Event Settings
You can create a total of ten event or alarm settings page in the Event List
【Event List】
Click the Add button, and the following Event Configuration Window appears.
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Enter Event Name: Type an event name.
Event Triggered by: Select an event or alarm type for the to-be-specified-below reaction/s.
Alarm Input: Select this if you want a reaction trigger coming from any external, connected sensor
to activate a to-be-specified-below reaction/s 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 alarm by clicking the Trigger
Event button on the Live View Page.
Motion Detection: Select this option if you want motion in a specified part of the camera’s viewing
rectangle (the screen image) to trigger the to-be-specified-below reaction/s.
Tampering Detection: Select this option if you want the camera’s tampering detection sensor to
trigger the to-be-specified-below reaction/s. You can set up the tamper duration time in 7.7.3
Tamper Detection.
Schedule Recording: Select this option if you want the Schedule Recording periods configured in
the recording schedule (the Settings > Event > Schedule page) to activate this event. 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.




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Enable This Event: Select to activate the event.
Enable Re-trigger: Click to set a minimum time after the event is triggered before the event
can be triggered again.
Enable Pre-trigger Buffer: Click 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 on the previous “Event
Settings” page) just before the Event trigger occurred.
Enable Post-trigger Buffer: Click 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 on the Event Settings page) just
after the Event trigger occurred.
Motion Area: Select a setup motion detection area from the drop down list. Note this function
only becomes relevant after the Motion Detection areas have been set up (see 7.7.2 Motion
Detection).
Notification Over: Select the desired notification types form the following items.


Log: Click if you want the camera to list the event’s details in its log if the event is triggered.
Trigger Alarm Output: Click 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.
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Send Mail Notification: Click if you want the camera to send an email text notification and one
image file to the email address entered in the Set SMTP Server(email) field of the Network >
SMTP/FTP page, if the Event occurs (see 7.3.3 SMTP / FTP).
Upload to FTP: Click if you want the camera to upload the recordings to the FTP server
entered in the Set SMTP Server(email) field of the Network > SMTP/FTP page, if the Event
occurs (see 7.3.3 SMTP / FTP).
Record to SD Card: Click if you want the camera to start recording its video feed (when the
event occurs) on an on-camera 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.

Record to PC: Check this box if you want the camera to start recording its video feed (when
the event occurs) on the same folder on the same PC as configured on the User Config >
Recording/Snapshot page (if such a folder has been enabled and configured).
Note: The recording will only be as long as the combined Pre- and Post-trigger Buffers (and
for as long as the event trigger is happening – e.g. a motion is detected), so make sure you
enable at least one of these buffers, especially the Post-trigger Buffer.

Network Alarm: Check this box if you want the camera to send a network alarm signal (when
the event occurs) to the CMS servers configured on the Network > Network Alarm page (see
7.3.6 Network Alarm).
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
【Pre/Post Trigger Settings】
Pre-trigger Buffer: Select the duration 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 Configuration Window.
Post-trigger Buffer: Select the duration 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 Configuration Window.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.7.2 Motion Detection
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 of the
Live page 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, alarms, etc.
Color Tabs
: Click on a color tab to turn your mouse cursor into a pen of that color.
You can now create a block of that color on the video screen. Move your cursor to the position
where you want your detection rectangle to start and then click. Move your cursor to the position
(diagonally opposing corner) where you want your detection rectangle to end and then click. The
rectangular area with the selected color will appear. This block will be an area inside which the
camera will detect motion. If you want to create another detection area, use one of the other
three palette colors. Each color denotes a different detection area. Only one block per color is
allowed. As the number of colors suggests, you can configure up to four blocks.
Select All: Click to turn the whole screen into a motion detection area.
Clear All: Click to delete all configured motion detection blocks.
Eraser: Click to turn your mouse cursor into an eraser to delete any block you click on.
Area: Shows the color and number/ID of the block.
Enable: Check this box to enable the related motion detection block.
Sensitivity: Set the sensitivity of the motion detection sensor function.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.7.3 Tamper Detection
Set up a duration time between 10 and 120 seconds. When a tampering event (moved, covered up,
or out of focus) has been detected and the duration reached the setup time, the camera will
trigger the event.
7.7.4 Alarm I/O
Use this page to set the type of trigger input and the type of output contact for each of the
camera’s two configurable alarm channels.
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7.7.5 Schedule
Use this page to configure a schedule for periods during which the camera should deactivate all
user-activated Events (gray Deselect periods), or when the camera should deactivate all
user-activated Events, except Schedule Recording (SR) events (blue Schedule Recording-only
periods), or when the camera should deactivate only SR events (red Event Recording-only periods),
or when it should enable all activated Events (yellow periods).
Event Recording: Click this button to make every hour block you click on red. A red block
represents an Event Recording-only block, which represents an hour when the camera will
deactivate all preconfigured, activated Schedule Recording events and keep all the other activated
events active.
Schedule Recording: Click this button to make every hour block you click on blue. A blue block
represents a Schedule Recording-only block, which represents an hour when the camera will
deactivate all other preconfigured, activated events and keep only the preconfigured, activated
Schedule Recording events active.
Event + Schedule: Click this button to make every hour block you click on yellow. A yellow block
represents an hour in which all activated events, including Schedule Recording events, will be
active.
Deselect: Click this button to make every hour block become grey. A grey block represents an hour
in which all activated events, including Schedule Recording events, will be inactive.
Click Apply to apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.8
System
You can set up the system’s time and SD card settings, and to do maintenance and reset actions like
reboots and upgrades.
7.8.1 Date/Time
【Machine Name Settings】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.
【Set Time Zone】Set the time zone of the camera’s location.
【Set Date/Time Manually】Set the date/time here if you won’t be using an NTP server to update
the date/time (see below).
【Set Date/Time Sync.】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 apply the changes or Cancel to cancel the changes and return to the previous
settings.
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7.8.2 Daylight Saving
Click Enable Daylight Saving to enable this schedule, and select the dates when the region’s
daylight saving period begins and ends.
7.8.3 SD Card
Use this page to prepare the system for safely removing the SD Card from its slot.
【Setup SD Card】
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 FTP
server entered in the Set FTP Server (see 7.3.3 SMTP/FTP).
 Event Recording: Select to send the impending storage shortage text notification to the
checked locations in the Notification Over list (see 7.7.1 Event Settings).
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
Both: Select to send the impending storage shortage text notification to the FTP server and
checked locations.
Overwrite: Click ON if you want the card to start writing over recorded footage when its memory is
full. Click OFF if you want the card to stop recording new footage when its memory is full.
【SD Card Utility】
Capacity: This shows you how much card memory has been used and how much memory capacity
remains on the card.
Remove: Click this button before removing the card from the system.
Format: Click this button to format the card. All data saved on the SD card will be removed if the
card is formatted.
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7.8.4 Maintenance
【Maintenance Server】
Reboot: Click this button to reboot the unit without changing any of the settings. Use this function if
the unit is not behaving as expected.
Restore: Click this button 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
•
DDNS settings
Default: The Default button should be used with caution. Pressing 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 Save to save all the
configurations to a config. file. This will enable the user to reload these configuration settings if the
settings are changed and there is unexpected behavior.
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【 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.
Load: Click the Load button to restore the system based on the selected parameters (Video,
Network or All).
【Video Format】Select NTSC or PAL for your local scanning system. Click Apply to save the setting.
【Upgrade Firmware】Click the Browse button to find a previously prepared firmware upgrade file.
Click Upgrade to install the new firmware.
Note:
1. Do not disconnect power to the unit during the upgrade sequence. The unit 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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8. Upgrading Firmware Using IP Utility
You can upgrade the Firmware using the IP Utility software included in the software CD.
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
dialog box appears.
icon. The Log in
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
EHN3260
EHN3160
EHN3340
Camera
Image Sensor
1/3" Panasonic CMOS
1/3" Panasonic CMOS
1/2.8” Sony CMOS
Megapixel
1.3 MP
2 MP
3 MP
Min. Illumination
Color: 0.1 lux at F1.2
B/W: 0.02 lux at F1.2
IR LEDs on: 0 lux at F1.2
Electronic Shutter
4.25 ~ 1/60,000 sec.
2 ~ 1/50,000 sec.
1 ~ 1/10,000 sec.
Scanning System
NTSC / PAL
WDR
Yes
Yes
No
BLC
Yes
Gain Control
Yes
White Balance
Yes
Lens
Lens Type
Varifocal, Auto Iris
Focal Lens
3 ~ 9 mm
Aperture Ratio
F1.2 ~ 360C
P-Iris
Yes
Day / Night
Yes (with removable IR-cut filter)
Horizontal 96.4° ~ 31.7°
Angle of View
Vertical
69.6° ~ 23.7°
Diagonal
128.2° ~ 39.7°
IR Distance
30 m / 98.4 ft
IR LED Quantity
33
Video
Video Compression
NTSC
Resolution
PAL
Frame Rate
H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4 (optional)
2048 x 1536, 1920 x 1200 (for EHN3340 only)
1920 x 1080 (for EHN3260 / 3340 only)
1280 x 1024, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 768, 720 x 480, 704 x 480, 640 x 480,
352 x 240, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
2048 x 1536, 1920 x 1200 (for EHN3340 only)
1920 x 1080 (for EHN3260 / 3340 only)
1280 x 1024, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 768, 720 x 576, 704 x 576, 640 x 480,
352 x 288, 320 x 288, 160 x 120
30 fps at 1280 x 1024
30 fps at 1920 x 1080
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Audio
Audio Streaming
Two-way audio
Audio Compression
G.711
Network
Interface
10 / 100 Base-T Ethernet, RJ-45 socket
Supported Protocols
HTTP, TCP / IP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP
Bandwidth control
Min. 256 k Byte/sec adjustable
Mechanical
Camera
Angle
Adjustment
Connector
Terminal
Block
Pan
360°
Tilt
64°
Rotate
180°
Power
12 VDC, PoE
Ethernet
RJ-45
Memory Card
One SD / SDHC card slot
Audio In/Out
Phone jack
Alarm
1 in 1 out triggered by intelligent event and external input
General
Power Source
12 VDC / PoE (802.3at Class 4)
Power Consumption
(IR LEDs On)
10.56W (12 VDC) /
13.11W (PoE)
Operating Temperature
-40°C ~ 55°C / -40°F ~ 131°F
Humidity
20% ~ 80% (no condensation)
Safety
CE, FCC
Vandal-Proof
IK10
Weather-Proof
IP68-rated
Dimensions (Φ x H)
166 x 138 mm / 6.5” x 5.4”
Weight
1.62 kg / 3.57 lbs
Language
Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese,
Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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11.1W (12 VDC) /
13.76W (PoE)
10.08W (12 VDC) /
12.28W (PoE)
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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
or Record
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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