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Everfocus EBN1240-A Owner Manual
Value IP Series Network Camera
Compact-Sized 2MP/5MP/8MP, H265, IR & WDR
User’s Manual
EZN Series
EBN Series
Copyright © EverFocus Electronics Corp.
Release Date: January, 2019
Copyright  1995-2019 EverFocus Electronics Corp.
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to change without notice.
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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.
Value IP Series camera complies with CE and FCC.
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Precautions
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.
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.
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.
1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. Do not operate the camera beyond the specified temperature, humidity or power source ratings.
Use the camera at temperatures within -30°C ~ 55°C / -22°F ~ 131°F, and humidity ≤ 95%; this device
is not rated as submersible. The input power source is 12VDC / PoE. Be sure to connect the proper + /
- polarity and voltage, as incorrect polarity or too high a voltage will likely cause the camera to fail,
and such damage is not covered by the warranty. The use of properly fused or Class 3 power limited
type supplies is highly recommended.
5. 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
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................... 3
Cables............................................................................................................................................ 3
4
EBN Series ..................................................................................................................................... 4
EZN Series ..................................................................................................................................... 6
Accessing the Camera
4.1
4.2
4.3
5
3
Installation
3.1
3.2
4
System Requirement..................................................................................................................... 1
Features ........................................................................................................................................ 2
Packing List.................................................................................................................................... 2
Physical Description
2.1
2.2
3
1
8
Checking the Dynamic IP Address ................................................................................................ 8
Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer ..................................................................................... 10
Connecting the Camera to the Network..................................................................................... 11
Live View Window
5.1
5.2
5.3
13
Display Setting ............................................................................................................................ 14
5.1.1 Live .................................................................................................................................. 14
5.1.2 Image .............................................................................................................................. 15
5.1.2.1 Hallway Display ................................................................................................ 17
5.1.3 Privacy Mask ................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.4 ROI .................................................................................................................................. 19
Alarm Setting .............................................................................................................................. 20
5.2.1 Motion ............................................................................................................................ 20
5.2.2 Tamper Alarm ................................................................................................................. 21
Network Setting .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.3.1 Network .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.3.2 Video Streaming ............................................................................................................. 24
5.3.3 Email ............................................................................................................................... 25
5.3.4 DDNS ............................................................................................................................... 26
5.3.5 IP Filter ............................................................................................................................ 27
5.3.6 RTSP ................................................................................................................................ 28
5.3.7 FTP .................................................................................................................................. 29
5.3.8 SNMP .............................................................................................................................. 30
5.3.9 HTTPS .............................................................................................................................. 30
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5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
Storage Setting............................................................................................................................ 31
5.4.1 Cloud Storage.................................................................................................................. 31
System Setting ............................................................................................................................ 33
5.5.1 General ........................................................................................................................... 33
5.5.2 User Account .................................................................................................................. 35
5.5.3 Firmware Upgrade .......................................................................................................... 37
5.5.4 Load Default.................................................................................................................... 37
5.5.5 System Reboot ................................................................................................................ 38
5.5.6 Import and Export .......................................................................................................... 38
5.5.7 Local Settings .................................................................................................................. 39
5.5.8 Log .................................................................................................................................. 40
5.5.9 Info .................................................................................................................................. 41
5.5.9.1 Performing the P2P Function ........................................................................... 41
Intelligent Setting........................................................................................................................ 44
5.6.1 Detection ........................................................................................................................ 44
5.6.1.1 Perimeter Intrusion Detection ......................................................................... 44
5.6.1.2 Line-Crossing Detection ................................................................................... 46
5.6.1.3 Object Detection .............................................................................................. 48
5.6.1.4 Pedestrian Detection ....................................................................................... 50
5.6.1.5 Face Detection ................................................................................................. 52
5.6.1.6 Cross-Counting Detection ................................................................................ 54
5.6.2 Analysis ........................................................................................................................... 56
Color Setting ............................................................................................................................... 57
Live View Function Icons............................................................................................................. 58
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1. Introduction
The compact-sized Value IP series H.265 Outdoor IP camera provides 30fps at 2MP / 5MP / 8MP (4K)
viewing resolution. The series comes with 3.6mm fixed lens and supports triple streams from H.265 or
H.264 video compression formats. In same resolution, the H.265 provides higher compression efficiency
and lower bitrate comparing with H.264 codec, allowing more efficient bandwidth and data storage usage.
The Wide Dynamic Range function on the other hand enables the IP camera to provide clear images even
under back light circumstances where intensity of illumination can vary excessively.
Equipped with an IP66 weather-proof housing, the Value IP series meets a wide variety of needs for
outdoor surveillance. Except 12VDC power supply, the series also supports Power over Ethernet (IEEE
802.3af), which eliminates the need for power cables and thus reduce the installation costs.
The Value IP series conforms to ONVIF for compatibility with other network video devices. You can also use
EverFocus Mobile applications to remotely view the live views of the cameras through your iOS or android
handheld devices; or use EverFocus CMS to remotely manage multiple IP devices connected on the
network.
Series
2MP
5MP
8MP
EBN Series
EBN1240-A
EBN1540-A
EBN1840-A / EBN1840-A15
EZN Series
EZN1240-A
EZN1540-A
EZN1840-A / EZN1840-A15
For more information on the product specifications, please refer to the datasheet of each product. To
download datasheet, please click Download on each Product page on EverFocus Website
www.everfocus.com.tw
1.1
System Requirement
Before installing, please check that your computer meets the following system requirements.

Operating System:
32/64-bit: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2008
32-bit: Windows 2003, Window XP, Windows 2000

CPU: Intel Core Duo II dual-core processor or higher

Memory: 1G or more Video memory: 256M or more

Display: 1024 × 768 or higher resolution

IE: IE 6.0 or higher version
Note: For using the Internet Explorer, some settings are required. Please refer to 4.2 Settings for
Microsoft Internet Explorer.
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1.2
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1.3
Features
Progressive Scan CMOS sensor
Equipped with 3.6mm fixed lens
Triple-streaming from H.265 / H.264
Supports Wide Dynamic Range
Provides True Day/Night functionality with automatic IR filter operation
Equipped with IR LEDs
Supports video analytics
Supports ONVIF (V17.06, Profile S, Profile G)
Weather-proof IP66 rated
Supports live monitoring via mobile Apps (iOS & Android)
Supports PoE and 12VDC
Packing List
Please check that there is no missing item in the package before installing.
EBN Series
EZN Series
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Camera x 1
MAC Address Sticker x 2
Cable Gland Kit x 1
Screw & Anchor x 3
Mounting Sticker x 1
Quick Installation Guide x 1
Software CD x 1
Camera x 1
MAC Address Sticker x 2
Cable Gland Kit x 1
Screw & Anchor x 3
Hexagon Wrench x 1
Quick Installation Guide x 1
Software CD 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.
Optional Accessory
You can go to the product page on EverFocus’ website to check the related optional accessories. Please
click Accessories on each Product page on EverFocus Website www.everfocus.com.tw
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2.1
Physical Description
Dimensions
EHN Series
EZN Series
Ø 147mm / 5.79"
2.2
241.18mm / 9.5"
82.18mm / 3.24"
117.3mm / 4.62"
Ø 83.58mm / 3.29"
Cables
The cables provide connections for LAN/PoE and 12VDC power.
LAN / PoE Cable
Power Cable (12VDC)
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3
3.1
Installation
EBN Series
1. Stick the Mounting Sticker on the surface to mark the 3 screw positions. Drill 3 screw-depth holes on
the surface and then push the supplied 3 Screw Anchors into the holes. Optionally drill a Cable Hole on
the center if you want to run the cables through the surface.
Screw Position x 3
Optionally drill a Cable Hole if you
want to run the cables through the
surface.
2. Twist the Outer Housing counterclockwise and then remove the Outer Housing.
Twist Outer Housing counterclockwise
Remove the Outer Housing
3. Before screwing the Camera Base to the surface, thread the cables either from the side-cut of the
Camera Base or through the surface.
4. Screw the Camera Base to the surface using the supplied 3 Screws.
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5. Place the camera body back to the Camera Base and twist back the Outer Housing. Do not twist the
Outer Housing too tight as you will have to adjust camera angles while viewing camera live view.
6. Connect the camera to the network using the supplied Cable Gland Kit.
a. Insert a RJ-45 network cable (without the RJ-45 connector on the one end) through the supplied
Waterproof Ring, Cable Gland, Stopper and Screw Cap accordingly.
Waterproof Ring
Cable Gland
Stopper
Screw Cap
b. Connect the RJ-45 cable to the LAN/PoE Cable of the camera.
LAN/PoE Cable
RJ-45 Cable
c. Tightly screw the Cable Gland and Screw Cap to the Rugged RJ-45 Connector Cable.
Cable Gland
Screw Cap
d. Crimp the RJ-45 connector onto the RJ-45 network cable. Note that the wires should be placed into
the RJ-45 connector based on the following order (from left to right).
Orange with white stripe
Orange
Green with white stripe
Blue
Blue with white stripe
Green
Brown with white stripe
Brown
7. Connect the camera to power. You can either connect the camera to a 12VDC power source or to a PoE
switch using the PoE cable.
8. Access the camera live view. See 4. Accessing the Camera.
9. Adjust camera angles and then tightly twist back the Outer Housing.
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3.2
EZN Series
1. Drill three holes on the surface according to the Camera Base and then push the supplied 3 Screw
Anchors into the holes. Drill another hole in the middle within the 3 screw holes if you wish to run the
wires into the surface.
2. Before screwing the Camera Base to the surface, thread the cables either from the side-cut of the
Camera Base or through the surface.
3. Screw the camera to the surface using the supplied 3 Screws.
Screw Anchor
Screw
Surface
4. Connect the camera to the network using the supplied Cable Gland Kit.
a. Insert a RJ-45 network cable (without the RJ-45 connector on the one end) through the supplied
Waterproof Ring, Cable Gland, Stopper and Screw Cap accordingly.
Waterproof Ring
Cable Gland
Stopper
Screw Cap
b. Connect the RJ-45 cable to the LAN/PoE Cable of the camera.
LAN/PoE Cable
RJ-45 Cable
c. Tightly screw the Cable Gland and Screw Cap to the Rugged RJ-45 Connector Cable.
Cable Gland
Screw Cap
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d. Crimp the RJ-45 connector onto the RJ-45 network cable. Note that the wires should be placed into
the RJ-45 connector based on the following order (from left to right).
Orange with white stripe
Orange
Green with white stripe
Blue
Blue with white stripe
Green
Brown with white stripe
Brown
5. Connect the camera to power. You can either connect the camera to a 12VDC power source or to a PoE
switch using the PoE cable.
6. Access the camera live view. See 4. Accessing the Camera.
7. Adjust the pan/tilt/rotate angles of the camera by loosen the Pan/Tilt/Rotate screws using the supplied
Hexagon Wrench.
Rotate Screws (both sides)
Tilt Screw
Pan Screw
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4
Accessing the Camera
This section explains how to access the Web interface of the camera for configuration.
4.1
Checking the Dynamic IP Address
You can look up the IP address of the IP camera using the IP Utility (IPU) program, which is included in the
software CD. The IP Utility can also be downloaded from EverFocus’ Website (Support > Download >
Keyword Search: IP Utility): http://www.everfocus.com.tw/download/
Please connect the IP camera on the same LAN of your computer.
1.
Save IP Utility Setup .exe
in your computer. Double click the .exe file and follow the on‐screen
instructions to install the IP Utility.
2.
Click the Finish button, the IP Utility will be automatically launched to search the IP devices connected
on the same LAN.
EZN1240-A
EZN1240-A
Note: The default IP mode of the IP camera is DHCP. However, if there is no dynamic IP address
assigned to the device, its IP will switch to 192.168.0.10
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3.
To access the Live View window, double click the IP address in the IP Address column, the Password
window pops up. By default, the ID is admin and there is no password. Please input a password for the
first-time login. Click the OK button, the Login window appears. Input the password and then click
Login, the Live View window appears.
Note for the first time login:
 When the Plug-in block appears on the browser, click download to install the plug-in. Reload the
webpage and you should see the live view page now.
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4.2
Settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer
If you have difficulties viewing live view or upgrading firmware, it is suggested to complete the following
settings of your computer.
1.
If your PC or laptop is running with Windows, it’s required to run the browser as administrator when
first entering the camera live view. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer, right-click the
browser and then click Run as administrator.
2.
You may need to turn off the firewall and turn User Account Control off if you still can’t see the
camera Live View.
To turn User Account Control off, 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.
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4.3
Connecting the Camera to the Network
There are three methods to connect the IP camera to the network: Router or LAN Connection,
One-to-One Connection and Direct High-Speed 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.
Cat 5 Straight Through Cable
Internet
High-speed modem
Straight-through LAN patch cable
Router
Left: Pinout of a straight-through cable.
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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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.
Internet
Cat 5
Straight Through Cable
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Live View Window
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
12
8
9
10
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Description
Click to display the Live View window.
Click to enter the Display setting page. Please refer to 5.1 Display Setting.
Click to enter the Alarm setting page. Please refer to 5.2 Alarm Setting.
Click to enter the Network setting page. Please refer to 5.3 Network Setting.
Click to enter the Storage setting page. Please refer to 5.4 Storage Setting.
Click to enter the System setting page. Please refer to 5.5 System Setting.
Click to enter the Intelligent setting page. Please refer to 5.6 Intelligent
Intelligent
Setting.
Login Info
Move the mouse cursor over this icon to display the Login information.
Logout
Click to logout the IP camera.
Color Setting
Click the buttons to display the setup panel. Please refer to 5.7 Color Setting.
Live View Function You can perform some functions on the Live View using these icons. Please
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Live View Window
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Name
Live
Display
Alarm
Network
Storage
System
Displays the IP camera live view. You can double click on the Live View window
to full screen. Double click on the Live View can exit full screen.
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5.1
Display Setting
Click the Display button on the top navigation bar to enter the Display Setting page.
5.1.1
Live
You can configure the live display settings on this page.
Name: Input a camera name. Alphabetic, numeric and Chinese characters are supported.
Signal Format: Select a signal format from 60Hz or 50Hz.
Transparency: Adjust the transparency of the text (time or camera name) overlay displayed on the stream.
Show Name: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying camera name on the stream.
Show Time: Switch the button to the right to enable displaying system time on the stream.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.1.2
Image
You can configure the image settings on this page.
Day/Night Mode: Select a Day/Night mode for the camera to display the color or B/W images.
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically switch to day or night mode. You can further set up a
Delay Switch time (second) in the below field.
• Color Mode: Select Color Mode for the camera to display color images.
• Black White Mode: Select Black White Mode for the camera to display B/W images.
• Schedule (B/W): Select Schedule (B/W) for the camera to display B/W images during the setup time range.
Please select the Start Time and End Time in the below field.
Delay Switch (s): This function can only be activated if you select Auto for the Day/Night Mode. Set up a delay
switch time (seconds) for the camera to auto switch between day and night modes.
IR-LED: Select On to turn on IR LEDs; select Off to turn off IR-LED; select Auto for the camera to automatically
turn on / off the IR-LED based on the light sensor on the IP camera.
Flip: Switch the button to the right to enable the Flip function. The image will be rotated vertically around a
horizontal axis.
Mirror: Switch the button to the right to enable the Mirror function. The image will be rotated horizontally
around a vertical axis.
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Hallway Mode: Switch the button to the right to enable the Hallway Mode function. This function allows users
to monitor vertically-oriented areas such as hallway, corridors and aisles. Please refer to 5.1.2.1 Hallway Display
for more details.
Rotate: Select 0 to rotate the camera view by 0 degree; select 180 to rotate the camera view by 180 degree.
BLC: Switch the button to the right to enable the BLC (Backlight Compensation) function.
BLC Level: Adjust the level for the BLC function.
BLC Area: Select an area to apply the BLC function.
3D Noise Reduction: Select Auto to
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the 3DNR function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the 3DNR function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the 3DNR function.
DWDR: Switch the button to the right to enable the DWDR function and then you will have to adjust a Level for
the DWDR function.
AGC: If you select Manual in the Shutter field, set up the AGC for the camera. The lower the AGC level, the
lower the video signal and the noise.
White Balance:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the white balance.
• Manual: Select to adjust the Red, Green, Blue values yourself.
• Indoor: Select Indoor if your camera is installed in an indoor environment.
Shutter:
• Auto: Select for the camera to automatically adjust the Shutter.
• Manual: Select to manually adjust the shutter speed. Select a speed in the Time Exposure field. Also set
up the AGC in the AGC field above.
Time Exposure: If you select Auto in the Shutter field, the camera will automatically apply a max. shutter speed.
If you select Manual in the Shutter field, select a shutter speed from the drop-down list.
Defog Mode:
• Auto: Select Auto for the camera to automatically turn on the Defog function.
• Manual: Select to turn on the Defog function based on the setup Level.
• Disable: Select to disable the Defog function.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings; click Default to restore to the default settings.
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5.1.2.1 Hallway Display
Hallway Display (9:16) allows users to monitor vertically-oriented areas such as hallway, corridors and aisles.
To achieve the best 9:16 display effect, it is recommended to:
1. Rotate the camera to the left or right by 90°:
For EBN Series:
For EZN Series:
Rotate the camera to the left or right by 90°.
Loosen the Rotate Screws on both sides and rotate the
camera to the left or right by 90°.
Rotate Screws
(both sides)
90°
90°
90°
90°
2. Go to Display > Image and enable the Hallway Mode.
3. On the Live View, click the Original Ratio / Hallway button to display the streams in Hallway mode (9:16).
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5.1.3
Privacy Mask
You can configure the Privacy Mask settings on this page. The Privacy Mask can block out sensitive areas from
view, covering the areas in both Live View and Recordings. This feature is useful when users don’t want the
sensitive information visible. Up to four Privacy Masks can be configured.
To set up Privacy Mask:
1. Switch the Privacy Mask button to the right to enable the function.
2. On the preview window, draw a rectangle area (red color) to apply with the privacy mask. Up to four areas
can be configured.
3. To delete an area, click on an area, the selected area will be highlighted with a yellow frame. Click the Delete
button to delete the selected area.
4. After configuring the privacy mask areas, click the Apply button to apply the settings.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.1.4
ROI
You can configure the ROI settings on this page.
Bitrate: Select a stream type to be applied with the ROI bitrate.
ROI ID: Up to 8 ROI areas can be configured for each stream type.
Enable ROI: Select Enable to enable the configured ROI area(s).
ROI Level: Select an ROI level for each area. The higher the level, the better the image quality in ROI area.
Non-ROI FPS (1-24): Select a FPS to be applied to the non-ROI areas. Lower FPS can reduce the network
bandwidth.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To set up ROI:
1. Set up the configurations including Bitrate, ROI ID, Enable ROI, ROI Level and FPS for the Non-ROI FPS.
2. On the preview window, draw a rectangle area (red color) to apply with the ROI. You can only configure 1
ROI area for each ROI ID. Up to 8 ROI ID can be configured.
3. To delete the ROI area, click the Clear button.
4. Click the Apply button to apply the settings.
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5.2
Alarm Setting
5.2.1
Motion
You can configure the motion settings on this page.
Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable the Motion function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the motion detection. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a motion event is triggered,
the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note that for
this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3 Email).
Send to Cloud: Switch the button to the right to enable the camera to automatically send the Motion alarm
snapshot images to the associated Dropbox. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Cloud
Storage function in advance (refer to 5.4.1 Cloud Storage).
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.2.2
Tamper Alarm
You can configure the tamper alarm settings on this page.
Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable the Tamper Alarm function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the tamper detection. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a tamper alarm is triggered,
the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note that for
this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3 Email).
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.3
Network Setting
5.3.1
Network
You can configure the network settings on this page.
Type: Select a network type.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
Client Port: The Client port can be used to send information through (e.g. using the mobile
app). If the default port 9988 is already taken by other applications, please change it.
IP Address: The IP address of the IP Camera. The IP address consists of four groups of numbers, separated by
periods. For example, “192.168.001.100”.
Subnet Mask: Subnet mask is a network parameter which defines a range of IP addresses that can be used on a
network. The subnet address also consists of four groups of numbers, separated by periods. For example,
“255.255.000.000”.
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Gateway: This address allows the IP Camera to access the Internet. The format of the Gateway address is the
same as the IP Address. For example, “192.168.001.001”.
DNS: DNS1 is the primary DNS server and DNS2 is a backup DNS server. Usually, it’s enough to just enter the
DNS1 server address.
IPV6-IP Address: The IPV6 address of the IP Camera.
IPV6-Gateway: This address allows the IP Camera to access the Internet.
UPnP: If you want to remotely login the IP Camera using Web Client, you need to enable the UPnP function and
also enable the Port Forwarding function on your router.
Note:
1. For the UPnP function to work, an UPnP-enabled router is required.
2. If your router does not support UPnP, ensure the Port Forwarding function is manually enabled
on your router.
3. To enable UPnP, the Client port and HTTP port should be within 1024~65535.
P2P Switch: Check the box to enable the P2P function. If P2P function is enabled, a QR code will be displayed
on the System Info page (System > Info). You can scan the QR code with EverFocus VANGUARD App installed on
your mobile device to add and remote access the IP Camera. Please refer to 5.5.9.1 Performing the P2P
Function.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.3.2
Video Streaming
You can configure the video streaming settings on this page.
You can configure the below configurations to Main Stream, Sub Stream and Mobile Stream.
Resolution: Select a resolution.
FPS: Select a frame rate per second for the selected stream type.
Video Type: Select a video codec.
Video Level: Select Main Profile for the video codec.
Bitrate Control: Select CBR (constant bitrate) if the scene is simple and less changing, such as a gray wall. Select
VBR (variable bitrate) if the scene is complex, such as a department store. If VBR is selected, select a video
quality from the drop-down list.
Bitrate Mode: Select User-defined to set up bitrate manually; or Pre-defined to auto-select bitrate.
Bitrate: The Bitrate corresponds to the speed of data transfer that the IP Camera will use to record video.
Recordings that are encoded at higher bitrates, will be of better quality.
I-Frame Interval: Set up an I-Frame interval.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.3.3
Email
You can configure the email settings on this page.
Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email function.
Encryption: Select an encryption if your Email server requires the SSL or TLS verification. Select Auto if you are
not sure. Select Disable to disable this function.
SMTP Port: Enter the port number used by the SMTP server.
SMTP Server: Enter the SMTP server address of your Email.
User Name: Input the user name of your Email account.
Password: Input the password of the sender.
Sender: Input the Email address of the sender.
Receiver1-3: Input the Email address of the receiver. You can input 3 receiver email addresses.
Interval: Configure an interval to send Emails when events occur.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings; click Test Email to test the Email function;
click Cancel to cancel the settings.
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5.3.4
DDNS
You can configure the DDNS setting on this page. 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.
Note that before enabling the following DDNS function, user should have applied for a host name from the DDS
service provider’s website.
DDNS: Switch the button to the right to enable the DDNS function
Server: Select a DDNS service provider from the drop-down list. Note that before enabling the following DDNS
function, user should have applied for a host name from the DDS service provider’s website.
Hostname: Input the domain name obtained from the DDNS service provider.
Username: Input the user name of the DDNS account.
Password: Input the password of the DDNS account.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings; click the Test DDNS button to test whether
the DDNS function is working normally.
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5.3.5
IP Filter
You can configure the IP Filter settings on this page. This function allows you to allow or deny some specific IP
address to access the IP Camera. By default, all IP addresses are allowed to access the camera.
To set up IP filtering:
1. From the Filter Mode drop-down list, select a filter mode. You can only activate one mode for the IP camera:
• Allow all IP connections: Select this mode to allow all IP addresses to access the IP camera. Click the
Apply button to save the settings.
• Allow the checked IP connections only: Select this mode to allow only some specific IP addresses to
access the IP camera. Click the Add button to add the IP addresses and then check the Enable box. Click
the Apply button to save the settings.
• Deny the checked IP connections only: Select this mode to deny only some specific IP addresses to
access the IP camera. Click the Add button to add the IP addresses and then check the Enable box. Click
the Apply button to save the settings.
2. If you want to delete the IP addresses from the list, click on the column of the IP address, the column will be
highlighted with a blue background, and then click the Delete button.
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5.3.6
RTSP
You can enable the RTSP function on this page.
RTSP Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable the RTSP function.
RTSP Port: The RTSP port allows the IP Camera to transmit real-time streaming to other devices (e.g. using a
streaming media player).
Anonymous Login: Switch the button to the right to enable this function.
RTSP Syntax:
rtsp://[IP Address]:[RTSP Port]/ch01/[A]
* IP Address: IP address of the IP Camera
* RTSP Port: The default RTSP port is 554, which can be changed between 1024 and 65535. Changing the RTSP
port will restart the IP camera.
* A: Stream Type: 0 (main stream), 1 (sub stream), 2 (mobile stream)
Example:
rtsp://192.168.31.33:554/ch01/0
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.3.7
FTP
You can configure the FTP settings on this page. When an alarm is triggered, the IP Camera will send an instant
snapshot image to the FTP.
FTP Enable: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Server: Input the FTP server IP.
Port: Keep the port 21.
Username: Input the user name of the FTP server.
Password: Input the password of the FTP server.
Send Images: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
Note: For the FTP function to work, after configuring the FTP settings, you will have to enable the
Send to FTP function on the Motion (see 5.2.1 Motion) alarm setup page.
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5.3.8
SNMP
You can configure the SNMP settings on this page. Select a SNMP version and input the configurations. Click the
Apply button to apply the settings.
5.3.9
HTTPS
You can configure the HTTPS settings on this page. Switch the HTTPS button to the right to enable the function.
Select an HTTPS Type and then click the Apply button.
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5.4
Storage Setting
5.4.1
Cloud Storage
You can configure the cloud storage (Dropbox) settings on this page. After configuring the settings, the IP
camera will automatically send the alarm snapshot images to the associated Dropbox when alarm events occur.
To perform the Cloud function:
1. Register an account on Dropbox website. It’s recommended to create the account with the same Email
address and password used for your IP camera.
2. Ensure the IP camera network is working properly.
3. Configure the Email function (refer to 5.3.3 Email) of the IP camera.
4. Configure the Cloud settings on this page:
a. Switch the Cloud Storage button to the right to enable the Cloud function.
b. Input a name in the Driver Name field, which will be created on the Dropbox as a directory for restoring
the snapshot images from IP camera.
c. Click the Apply button.
5. Click the Activate Cloud button to activate the Cloud function.
a. After clicking the Activate Cloud button, the sign in page of Dropbox appears. Sign in the Dropbox, the
below page appears. Input the IP address of the IP camera and then click the Authorize button.
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b. Input the username and password of the IP camera.
c. When this message appears, you are able to use the Cloud function.
Note: For the Cloud Storage function to work, after configuring the Cloud Storage settings, you will
have to enable the Send to Cloud function on the Motion (see 5.2.1 Motion) alarm setup page.
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5.5
System Setting
5.5.1
General
You can configure the system general settings on this page.
System Time: Set up a system date and time.
Date Format: Select a format for the date.
Time Format: Select a format for the time.
【DST Setting】Select DST and then configure the below settings. The DST (Daylight Saving Time) function allows
you to select the amount of time that Daylight Saving has increased by in your particular time zone or region.
Daylight Saving Time: Switch the button to the right to enable the DST function.
DST Mode: Select Week or Date to configure the start/end time below.
Week: Select a month, a particular day and time when Daylight Saving starts and ends. For example, 2am on
the first Sunday of a particular month.
Date: Select the start date (click the calendar icon), end date and time when Daylight Saving starts and ends.
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Time Offset: Select the amount of time that Daylight Saving has increased by in your time zone. This refers to
the difference in minutes, between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and the local time.
Start Time: Select a start time for the DST to start.
End Time: Select an end time for the DST to stop.
【NTP Settings】Select NTP and then configure the below settings. The NTP (Network Time Protocol) function
allows your IP camera to automatically sync its clock with a time server. This gives it the ability to constantly
have an accurate time setting (your IP camera will periodically sync automatically).
Enable NTP: Switch the button to the right to enable the NTP function. When NTP function is enabled, the
system will calibrate the system time at 00:07:50 daily and every time when the system is started up.
Server Address: Select a NTP server.
Time Zone: Select a time zone of your region.
【Synchronize】Select Synchronize to synchronize the time with your PC.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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5.5.2
User Account
You can configure the user account settings on this page. Up to 7 user accounts (1 administrator and 6 users)
can be configured.
To edit the user privileges:
1.
Select a user from the list by clicking on it, the below privilege options appears.
2.
Check the boxes to grant functions for the selected user account. After the configuration, click Apply to
save the settings.
Parameter: Allow users to set all the parameter settings.
Live: Allow users to access the Live View.
Playback: Allow users to access and operate the Playback function.
PTZ Control: Allow users to operate the PTZ control function.
RTSP: Allow users to operate the RTSP function.
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3.
You can configure the user name/password in the right-side field. In the Active field, switch to the right to
enable the user account. At the bottom Password field, switch to enable the password (if Disable is
selected, the user can login without password).
4.
Click Apply to save the settings.
Note: The Administrator account has full privileges so the functions cannot be configured.
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5.5.3
Firmware Upgrade
You can upgrade IP camera firmware on this page. Click the Browse button to select the firmware file from the
computer. Click the Start button to start upgrading IP camera.
5.5.4
Load Default
You can load system default settings on this page. Select the desired items to be restored to factory default and
then click Apply.
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5.5.5
System Reboot
This menu allows the IP camera to auto reboot regularly. It is recommended to leave this function enabled, as it
maintains the operational integrity of your IP camera.
Switch the Reboot Schedule button to the right to enable the function. Set up the reboot time for the IP
camera to regularly reboot at the setup time. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings; click Reboot to reboot the IP camera.
5.5.6
Import and Export
You can import or export system configurations on this page.
Import File: Click the Browse button to browse the file and then click the Import button.
Export Path: Click the Browse button to select a directory of your computer and then click the Export button.
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5.5.7
Local Settings
You can configure the local storage path on this page.
Record Path: Select a storage path for live manual recordings.
Snapshot Path: Select a storage path for snapshot images.
Recording Format: Select a live recording file format.
Snapshot Format: Select a snapshot image format.
Click Apply to save the settings.
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5.5.8
Log
You can view log information on this page. Select the log types, start time, end time, and then click the Search
button, the searched logs will be displayed on the list below.
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5.5.9
Info
You can view system info on this page.s
If P2P function has been enabled, a QR code will be displayed on the Info page. You can scan the QR code with
EverFocus VANGUARD App installed on your mobile device to add and remote access the IP camera. To enable
the P2P function, please refer to P2P Switch in 5.3.1 Network.
5.5.9.1 Performing the P2P Function
1. Install EverFocus VANGUARD App. For Android users, go to Google Play Store. For iOS users, go to
Apple Store. After the installation process is complete, start EverFocus VANGUARD App.
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2. To add an IP camera through P2P, tap Menu > Device List, and then tap the Add button on the
upper-right corner.
3. Scan the IP camera’s QR code on the info page of the IP Camera Web interface. Input the IP camera
password and Media Port 9988. Click the Save button.
9988
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4. The IP camera is now added and connected to the App. You can start accessing the IP camera.
EZN1250: Channel01[P2P]
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5.6
Intelligent Setting
5.6.1
Detection
You can configure intelligent detection on this page. The intelligent detection functions include Perimeter
Intrusion Detection, Line Crossing Detection, Object Detection, Pedestrian Detection, Face Detection and Cross
Counting.
For 5MP and 8MP models, all intelligent detection functions are available. For 2MP models, only Perimeter
Intrusion Detection, Line Crossing Detection and Object Detection functions are supported.
5.6.1.1 Perimeter Intrusion Detection
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) enter in or out of a pre-defined region, the Perimeter Intrusion
Detection event will be triggered. You can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the Perimeter Intrusion Detection. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
Scene: Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Perimeter Intrusion event
is triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email receiver.
Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3 Email).
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
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To configure the Perimeter Intrusion Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
3. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be convex. Concave
shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by checking the red
box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will change to red color. Drag and
drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
e. You can click the Clean All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select the area
by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click the Clear button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance the
detection rate.
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5.6.1.2 Line-Crossing Detection
When objects (people, vehicle or other objects) cross a pre-defined line, the Line-Crossing Detection event will
be triggered. You can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the Line-Crossing Detection. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
Scene: Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Line-Crossing event is
triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note
that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3 Email).
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To configure the Line-Crossing Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first line. Up to 4 lines can be configured.
2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
3. To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
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b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by checking the red
box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color. Drag and drop the line to a desired
position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size the line.
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c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can follow the steps above to configure more lines. Up to 4 lines can be configured.
e. You can click the Clean All button to remove all the lines. To remove a certain line, select the line by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the line, and then click the Clear button.
Note: The configured lines should not be too short in order to enhance the detection rate.
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5.6.1.3 Object Detection
When IP Camera detects missing objects and foreign objects in a pre-defined area, the Foreign/Missing Object
Detection event will be triggered. You can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the Foreign/Missing Object Detection. The larger the value, the higher the
sensitivity.
Scene: Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Foreign/Missing Object
event is triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email
receiver. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3
Email).
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To configure the Foreign/Missing Object Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type:
Foreign: Detects Foreign objects only.
Missing: Detects Missing objects only.
Foreign & Missing: Detects both Foreign and Missing objects.
3. To draw an area:
a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be convex. Concave
shape is not allowed.
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b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by checking the red
box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will change to red color. Drag and
drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
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c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can follow the steps above to configure more areas. Up to 4 areas can be configured.
e. You can click the Clean All button to remove all the areas. To remove a certain area, select the area
by checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, and then click the Clear button.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance the
detection rate.
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5.6.1.4 Pedestrian Detection
Only 5MP and 8MP models support this function. When IP Camera detects pedestrian in a pre-defined area,
the Pedestrian Detection event will be triggered. You can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Pedestrian Detection
Level
Middle
Normal
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Level: Select a detection level for the Pedestrian Detection. The value stands for the distance of the objects.
Smaller value is suitable to detect objects that are far away from the camera. Larger value is suitable to detect
objects near the camera. The red squares on the top left corner represent the max. and min. object size of the
selected Level.
Scene: Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Pedestrian Detection
event is triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email
receiver. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3
Email).
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To configure the Pedestrian Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area.
2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type.
3. To draw an area:
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a. Use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be convex. Concave
shape is not allowed.
b. If you want to move the area to other position or re-size the area, select the area by checking the red
box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will change to red color. Drag and
drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at the edge of the area can re-size the area.
1: Foreign & Missing
c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Clean All button to remove the area.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance the
detection rate.
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5.6.1.5 Face Detection
Only 5MP and 8MP models support this function. When IP Camera detects faces in a pre-defined area, the Face
Detection event will be triggered. You can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Face Detection
Level
Middle
Snapshot Mode
Real Time Mode
Apply Mode
Recognition Mode
Advance
Roll Range
30
(0-180)
Pitch Range
(0-180)
Yaw Range
30
Normal
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Picture Quality
100
(0-100)
Min Pixel
64
(32-1080)
Rule Kind
Rect
(0-180)
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Face Detection event is
triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email receiver. Note
that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3 Email).
Snapshot Mode: Select a snapshot mode.
Apply Mode: Select a apply mode.
Advance: Switch the button to the right to enable the advanced functions including Roll Range, Pitch Range,
Yaw Range, Picture Quality and Min Pixel.
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Kind: Select a rule kind. Options include Area and Line.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To configure the Face Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the first area.
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2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Kind and Rule Type.
3. To draw an area:
a. To draw an area, use your mouse to click 4 points to draw a rectangle shape. The shape should be
convex. Concave shape is not allowed. To draw a line, use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the area (or line) to other position or re-size the area, select the area by
checking the red box on the upper-left corner of the area, the borders of the area will change to red
color. Drag and drop the area to a desired position. Drag the red dots at the edge of the area can
re-size the area.
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c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Clean All button to remove the area.
Note: The configured areas should not be too narrow or small in order to enhance the
detection rate.
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5.6.1.6 Cross-Counting Detection
Only 5MP and 8MP models support this function. The camera will count the times when objects (people,
vehicle or other objects) cross a pre-defined line, and the Cross-Counting Detection event will be triggered. You
can configure Email alert when an event is triggered.
To search and view the statistical result of cross-counting, go to Intelligent > Analysis (please refer to 5.6.2
Analysis).
Analysis
Perimeter Intrusion
Line-Crossing
Object Detection
Pedestrian Detection
Face Detection
Cross Counting
Cross-Counting
Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the function.
Sensitivity: Select a sensitivity for the Cross-Counting Detection. The larger the value, the higher the sensitivity.
Scene: Select Indoor or Outdoor based on the location where your IP camera is installed.
Send Email: Switch the button to the right to enable the Email alert function. When a Cross-Counting Detection
event is triggered, the camera will send an email alert with a snapshot image to the pre-configured Email
receiver. Note that for this function to work, you have to set up the Email function in advance (refer to 5.3.3
Email).
Rule Number: Select a number to configure the areas.
Rule Switch: Switch the button to the right to enable the Rule Type setup below.
Rule Type: Select a rule type.
Click Refresh to refresh the page; click Apply to save the settings.
To configure the Line-Crossing Detection function:
1. Select 1 from the Rule Number drop-down list to configure the line.
2. Enable the Rule Switch and then define a Rule Type:
AB: Detects movement from A to B.
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BA: Detects movement from B to A.
AB: Detects both movements from A to B and from B to A.
3. To draw a line:
a. Use your mouse to click 2 points to draw a line.
b. If you want to move the line to other position or re-draw the line, select the line by checking the red
box on the upper-side of the line, the line will change to red color. Drag and drop the line to a desired
position. Drag the red dots of the line can re-size the line.
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c. Click the Apply button to save the settings.
d. You can click the Clean All button to remove the line.
Note: The configured line should not be too short in order to enhance the detection rate.
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5.6.2
Analysis
You can search and view the statistical result of the intelligent analysis with list, histogram or line chart format.
You can also export the analysis report to your computer.
Analysis
Record Schedule
Search
Report Type
Analysis
Alarm Type
Statistical Type
Path
Scan
Name
Export
Start Time
List
Histogram
Line Chart
Report Type: Select a report type.
Alarm Type: Select an Intelligent alarm type.
Statistical Type: Select a statistical type of the selected intelligent alarm.
Path: If you want to export the statistic report, click the Scan button to select a storage path for the report,
input a file name in the Name field and then click the Export button.
Name: If you want to export the statistic report, input a file name for the statistic report.
Start Time: Select a start time to search for the results.
List: After clicking the Search button, the statistic report will be displayed with list format.
Histogram: After clicking the Search button, the statistic report will be displayed with histogram.
Line Chart: After clicking the Search button, the statistic report will be displayed with line chart.
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5.7
Color Setting
You can adjust Hue, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Sharpness value using the Color Panel. Click the Default
button to restore all the value to factory default. On the Live View window, click the Color button to display the
Color Panel. You can click the Color button again to hide the Color Panel.
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5.8
Live View Function Icons
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
No
Name
Description
1
Stop / Play
Click to stop / play the video streaming on the Live View window.
2
Original Ratio /
Hallway
Click to display the live streams with the original aspect ratio. If you enable the
Hallway mode, you can also click this button to display live streams in 9:16. To
enable Hallway mode, please refer to 5.1.2.1 Hallway Display.
3
Stretch
Click to stretch live streams on the Live View window.
4
Full Screen
Click to display the Live View window in full screen mode. To exit full screen
mode, double-click the live view or press the ESC button on the keyboard.
Stream Switch
Select a stream type to be displayed on the live view window. For this function
to work, the stream types have to be pre-configured, please refer to 5.3.2
Video Streaming.
5
6
7
8
Video Clips
Snapshot
Digital Zoom
Click the Video Clips button to start recording the live streams, click the button
again to stop recording, a message window appears on the bottom-left corner
of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to find the recording file. To
change the storage path or the file format, please refer to 5.5.7 Local Settings.
You can use EverFocus Player or any player supporting the video format to play
back the recordings. EverFocus Player is included in the Software CD.
Click to take a snapshot, a message window appears on the bottom-left corner
of the screen. Click Folder to open the folder to find the snapshot image. Or
click Preview to preview the snapshot image. To change the storage path or
image format, please refer to 5.5.7 Local Settings.
Click to enable the Digital Zoom mode. To exit the Digital Zoom mode, click the
button again. To perform the Digital Zoom function:
a. Click the Digital Zoom button.
b. Use your mouse to draw an area where you want to have a close-up view.
The area will be zoom-in.
c. Right-click to exit the Digital Zoom mode.
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