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Eizo FDF2304W-IP Owner Manual
Installation Manual
Color LCD Monitor
Important
Please read this Installation Manual, the Instruction Manual and the
Setup Manual carefully to familiarize yourself with safe and effective
usage.
• The latest manual is available for download from our web site:
http://www.eizoglobal.com
About this manual
Setup Manual
Describes precautions and setup processes from network camera
connection to camera image display.
Instruction Manual
Describes operation of network cameras and live image screen
menus, etc.
Installation Manual
Describes network camera registration and function setup, monitor
system setup, etc.
(this manual)
This product has been adjusted specifically for use in the region to which it was originally shipped. If
operated outside this region, the product may not perform as stated in the specifications.
No part of this manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by
any means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of EIZO Corporation.
EIZO Corporation is under no obligation to hold any submitted material or information confidential unless
prior arrangements are made pursuant to EIZO Corporation’s receipt of said information. Although every
effort has been made to ensure that this manual provides up-to-date information, please note that EIZO
monitor specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Notice for this monitor
This product is suited for displaying surveillance camera images.
This product has been adjusted specifically for use in the region to which it was originally shipped. If the
product is used outside the region, it may not operate as specified in the specifications.
This product may not be covered by warranty for uses other than those described in this manual.
The specifications noted in this manual are only applicable when the following are used:
• Power cords provided with the product
• Signal cables specified by us
Only use optional products manufactured or specified by us with this product.
When installing the monitor in a rack, ensure that there is adequate space around the sides, back and top of
the monitor.
If you place this product on a lacquer-coated desk, the color may adhere to the bottom of the stand due to
the composition of the rubber. Check the desk surface before use.
It takes about 30 minutes for the performance of electrical parts to stabilize. Please wait 30 minutes or more
after the monitor power has been turned on, and then adjust the monitor.
Monitors should be set to a lower brightness to reduce changes in luminosity caused by long-term use and
maintain a stable display.
When the screen image is changed after displaying the same image for extended periods of time, an
afterimage may appear. Use the screen saver or power save function to avoid displaying the same image for
extended periods of time.
Periodic cleaning is recommended to keep the monitor looking new and to prolong its operation lifetime (For
details, refer to the Instruction Manual.).
The LCD panel is manufactured using high-precision technology. Although, missing pixels or lit pixels may
appear on the LCD panel, this is not a malfunction. Percentage of effective dots: 99.9994 % or higher.
The backlight of the LCD panel has a fixed lifetime. When the screen becomes dark or begins to flicker,
please contact your local EIZO representative.
Do not press on the panel or edge of the frame strongly, as this may result in display malfunctions, such
as interference patterns, etc. If pressure is continually applied to the panel, it may deteriorate or damage
your panel. (If the pressure marks remain on the panel, leave the monitor with a black or white screen. The
symptom may disappear.)
Do not scratch or press on the panel with any sharp objects, as this may result in damage to the panel. Do
not attempt to brush with tissues as this may scratch the panel.
When the monitor is cold and brought into a room or the room temperature goes up quickly, dew
condensation may occur on the interior and exterior surfaces of the monitor. In that case, do not turn the
monitor on. Instead wait until the dew condensation disappears, otherwise it may cause some damage to the
monitor.
Notice for this monitor
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Disclaimer
EIZO shall not be liable in any way to any person whatsoever for the occurrences described below.
1. Any incidental, special or consequential disruption or damage directly or indirectly arising in
connection with this product.
2. Any loss, damage or cost resulting from misuse or neglect.
3. Any malfunction or failure occurring after unauthorized disassembly, repair or alteration regardless
of its cause.
4. Any inconvenience, loss or damage caused by the inability to display images due to any reason or
cause including malfunctions or failures in this product.
5. Any failure or consequential inconvenience, loss or damage due to malfunction or failure of a
combined system that comprises this product and any third party products.
6. Any consequential claim for compensation or complaint based on privacy violation or any other
reason by individuals or entities recorded in the surveillance images which are made public for/by
whatever cause or used.
7. Any loss of registered data for whatever cause.
While this product displays camera surveillance images, the use of this product alone does not directly
prevent crime.
Cautions for Network Use
Because this product is used by connecting to networks, the following risks apply
1. Leakage of information through this product.
2. Unauthorized operation of this product by a malicious third party.
3. Interference or suspension of the use of this product by a malicious third party.
In order to prevent the above described damage, it is the user’s responsibility to implement adequate
network security measures including the measures described below.
• Use this product with a safety-ensured network by using a firewall or other network security
systems.
• Change the administrator password periodically.
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Notice for this monitor
CONTENTS
Notice for this monitor.......................................... 3
Disclaimer.................................................................. 4
Cautions for Network Use........................................ 4
CONTENTS.............................................................. 5
Chapter 1
Product overview............................... 6
1-1.
Features.......................................................... 6
1-2.
System Configuration................................... 7
1-3.
Supported Network Cameras....................... 7
Chapter 2
Configuring from the monitor screen.... 8
2-1.
Before Configuration..................................... 8
2-2.
Setting Screen................................................ 9
2-3.
Setting Network Cameras............................11
●●Basic operations............................................... 9
●●To automatically discover network cameras....11
●●To manually register network cameras...........12
●●To set network camera functions....................14
2-4.
Setting Display Positions of
Camera Images............................................ 20
2-5.
Setting Smart Functions..............................21
2-6.
Configuring System Settings..................... 22
2-7.
Setting User Information............................. 32
●●To register new user information.................... 32
●●To change user information........................... 33
●●To delete user information.............................. 33
2-8.
3-5.
Setting Display Positions of
Camera Images............................................ 48
●●Setting Display Positions............................... 49
●●Other Display Settings................................... 50
●●Setting Smart Functions..................................51
3-6.
Configuring System Settings..................... 52
3-7.
Setting User Information..............................61
3-8.
Displaying Operation Logs......................... 64
3-9.
Setting the Live Image Screen................... 65
●●Date and Time.................................................52
●●Network Settings............................................ 55
●●Communication Settings................................ 56
●●Other System Settings................................... 57
●●Maintenance................................................... 58
●●Adding User Information.................................61
●●Changing User Information............................ 62
●●To delete user information.............................. 63
●●Displaying logs............................................... 64
●●Displaying the system log.............................. 64
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting............................... 66
4-1.
Imaging problems........................................ 66
4-2.
Setting Problems......................................... 67
Chapter 5
5-1.
Reference......................................... 68
List of setting items..................................... 68
Chapter 6
Glossary........................................... 73
Displaying Operation Logs......................... 34
●●To display log data......................................... 34
●●To save log data............................................. 35
Chapter 3
Configuring from a Web Browser.... 36
3-1.
Before Configuration................................... 36
3-2.
Setting Screen...............................................37
●●Basic Operations.............................................37
3-3.
Basic Information........................................ 38
●●
●●
System Status................................................ 38
Camera and Display Position/Date
and TimeSettings/Network Settings/
Communication Settings................................ 39
3-4.
Setting Network Cameras........................... 40
●●To automatically detect cameras................... 40
●●Reading CSV Files..........................................42
●●Adding a Camera........................................... 43
●●Changing Camera Information....................... 45
●●Deleting Camera Information..........................47
●●Save Camera Information.............................. 48
CONTENTS
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Chapter 1 Product overview
This color LCD monitor can display images from up to 16 network cameras*1.
This manual describes network camera setup, monitor system setup and specifications, etc.
For information on setup, see “Chapter 2 Configuring from the monitor screen” (page 8) and “Chapter 3
Configuring from a Web Browser” (page 36).
*1 A type of camera which converts images into network signals and transmits the signals.
1-1. Features
• 23.0″ wide format LCD
• Supports a resolution of 1920 × 1080
• LCD panel with wide field of view adopted
IPS LCD panel with 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles
• LED backlight LCD panel
No mercury, a hazardous substance, is used.
• Receives input video signals from network cameras.
-- Compatible with video compression formats H.264 and MJPEG.
-- Up to 16 network cameras can be registered and displayed.
-- Images from multiple network cameras can be displayed simultaneously (1-/4-/8-/9-/16-screen
display).
-- Network cameras can be controlled from the monitor.
-- Unicast and Multicast video signals can be displayed.
• Equipped with Easy Setup function
Necessary settings for setup can be performed with a wizard.
• Compatible with ONVIF Profile S
• Provides display modes (DAY/NIGHT) suitable for surveillance camera images
• EIZO’s unique “Smart” technology
-- Smart Resolution function
This function adjusts the perceived resolution of the images so that the blurs are reduced and images are
displayed vividly and clearly.
-- Smart Insight function
This function analyzes the image and corrects the brightness for each pixel to make dark area of images
visible.
-- Noise Reduction function
This function reduces the amount of block noise that occurs due to video compression.
• Can be operated remotely with the remote control.
• You can register a network camera and configure the live image screen using your web browser
• You can have an alert displayed on the live image screen when communication with a network
camera is lost.
• You can save the settings to a USB storage device and load the settings.
• A 2-year long-term warranty for 24-hour continuous use
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1-2. System Configuration
You can communicate with network cameras, display video on the monitor, operate cameras, and so on.
FDF2304W-IP
Ethernet
*1
Network camera
HDMI
Network hub
HDMI device*2
(Network video recorder etc.)
*1 Up to 16 network cameras can be registered.
*2 Use an HDMI device (e.g. network video recorder) if necessary.
1-3. Supported Network Cameras
This product supports the following network cameras:
• Panasonic i-pro series network cameras
• ONVIF Profile S-compatible network cameras
Attention
• Supported network cameras vary depending on the monitor’s software version. Check the software version of
the monitor you are using, then check our website (http://www.eizoglobal.com) for details on supported network
cameras. For information on how to check the software version, see “2-6. Configuring System Settings” (page
22).
• For installation and settings of network cameras, also check the network camera’s manual.
Chapter 1 Product overview
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Chapter 2 Configuring from the monitor
screen
You can configure and operate network cameras from the monitor screen. To configure from your web
browser, see “Chapter 3 Configuring from a Web Browser” (page 36).
2-1. Before Configuration
To configure from the monitor screen, you need to be logged in to the system.
Configuration of this product is allowed only by ADMIN level users.
Be sure to log in to the system with a user account of this level.
Procedure
1. Press
on the front of the monitor or
on the remote control.
The power indicator lights up blue and the live image screen is displayed.
(For information on the live image screen, refer to the Installation Manual.
2. Select
(Login) under “System”.
The login screen is displayed.
2
5
3
4
3. Enter a username and a password.
4. Select “Login”.
The display changes back to the live image screen.
5. Select
(Setting).
The setting screen is displayed.
(For information on the setting screen, see “2-2. Setting Screen” (page 9).
Note
• See “To enter characters” (page 10) for the character entry method.
• The following user information is set by default:
-- Username: “admin”
-- Password: “admin”
-- User Level: “ADMIN”
• For information on user settings, see “2-7. Setting User Information” (page 32).
• It is recommended that you log out after completing the setup, so as to prevent a third party from operating
the network camera or altering the settings.
Attention
• When the monitor power is turned off while the user is logged in, the user is logged out from the system
automatically. In such a case, you cannot display the web interface in your web browser.
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2-2. Setting Screen
The setting screen is used for various settings such as network camera registration and monitor system
settings.
●●Basic operations
List of setting items
The setting screen of the selected item is displayed.
To select an item
Press the
/
/
/
buttons.
To confirm a selected item
Press
.
To change a setting
• With setting buttons
Press
• With list box
1. Press
.
.
An option list is displayed.
2. Select the setting with
3. Press
.
or
.
To return to the previous menu level
Press
.
Note
• When canceling a setting change in process, press
.
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To enter characters
1. Press
.
The text field is highlighted in green.
2. Press the number buttons (
to
).
Press a button consecutively to change over to the character next in order. For the order of character entry,
refer to the table shown below.
Button
0
1
a
d
g
j
m
p
t
w
-
_
:
b
e
h
k
n
q
u
x
c
f
i
l
o
r
v
y
A
D
G
J
M
s
T
z
To enter a new character, press
To delete a character, press
3. Press
Input characters
.
/
(space)
B
E
H
K
N
P
U
W
C
F
I
L
O
Q
V
X
2
3
4
5
6
R
8
Y
S
7
Z
9
.
.
.
Note
• Entering network addresses
Network address text boxes are separated by [.] (a period mark).
-- When a three-digit number is entered, the cursor automatically moves to the next entry position.
-- When entering a two-digit or one-digit number, press to move to the next entry position.
-- When using a mouse, enter [.] (a period mark) to move to the next entry position.
To exit the setting screen
1. Select “Exit” from the list of setting items with
2. Press
.
.
Attention
• While settings are being applied (registered) to the system, a “Setting” (“Registering”) message is displayed. Do
not turn off the monitor while the message is displayed. Otherwise, setting information may be lost.
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2-3. Setting Network Cameras
●●To automatically discover network cameras
Discover network cameras on the network automatically and register them to the system.
This procedure is for setting network cameras connected after performing “Easy Setup” upon initial
startup of the monitor.
Attention
• Only the network cameras installed in the same subnet as the monitor are detected. If a network camera is
installed in a different subnet, the camera must be registered manually (see “To manually register network
cameras” (page 12)).
• When network cameras are not detected by automatic discovery, see “Chapter 4 Troubleshooting” (page
66).
• For information on “Easy Setup”, refer to the Setup Manual.
Procedure
1. Select “Auto Discovery”.
1
Displays registered
cameras.
2. Select “Start” at “Camera Discovery”.
The user authentication screen is displayed.
2
5
3
4
3. Enter the “Username” and “Password” specified in the network camera.
The following values are entered as the default settings:
-- Username: “admin”
-- Password: “12345”
These are the default settings for Panasonic network cameras. Change the settings if necessary. Please
contact your administrator for the username and password.
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4. Select “OK” and press
.
Automatic discovery is started and a “Searching” message is displayed.
When the search is completed, the discovered network cameras are added to the list.
5. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Note
When using a Panasonic network camera
• The settings of the newly detected network camera can be changed.
Select the network camera whose settings you want to change at “Camera Name” and then select “Settings”.
Configure the items on the displayed setting screen. The items that can be configured differ depending on the
camera.
• When registered automatically, the username, password and stream name for accessing the camera are
set to the following values automatically. You can change the settings in “Manual Setting” (see “To manually
register network cameras” (page 12).) Please contact your administrator for your username and password
to access the network camera.
-- Username: “admin”
-- Password: “12345”
-- Stream: “2”
-- Channel: “1”
-- RS485 PTZ Control: “Off”*1
*1 Only set “RS485 PTZ Control” to “On” when connecting an external device to the network camera
using a RS485 cable.
●●To manually register network cameras
Register network cameras manually for cases described below.
• When a network camera is installed in a subnet differing from the subnet of the monitor.
• When settings such as network settings of a registered network camera have been changed.
• When registering a video encoder which supports multiple channels
Procedure
1. Select “Manual Registration”.
A list of network cameras currently registered is displayed.
2
3
1
Registered cameras
are displayed.
2. Select the network camera to configure at “Camera Name”.
When registering a network camera installed in a subnet differing from the subnet of the monitor, select an
available number (with no network camera registered). For a network camera that is already registered,
select the network camera of which to change settings.
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3. Select “Settings”.
The network camera setting screen is displayed.
4
5
4. Configure the items.
For setting details, contact your system administrator.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Camera Name
Alphanumeric characters
Enter the camera name. When you select
(up to 24 characters)
"Execute" for Obtain Camera Name, the camera
automatically obtains the camera name.
• Panasonic network camera: Camera title
• Network camera compatible with the “ONVIF”
protocol: Camera model number, manufacturer
name, etc.
IP Address
Enter the network camera IP address.
HTTP Port
Enter the network camera HTTP port number.
1 to 65535
Protocol
Select the protocol for controlling the camera.
ONVIF/Panasonic
Stream*1
Set the number of the stream for delivering
camera images. Select a stream supported by the
connected network camera.
1 to 4
Channel*1
Select the channel of the analog encoder. Set to
"1" if the network camera does not support the
channel function.
1 to 4
RS485 PTZ Control
Controls the brightness, automatic focus
adjustment, pan, tilt and zoom for devices that are
connected to the camera through a RS485 cable.
On/Off
Username, Password
Enter the username and password to use when
accessing network cameras.
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Alphanumeric characters
and symbols
(up to 32 characters)
*1 Cannot be set if using a network camera compatible with the “ONVIF” protocol.
5. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• If you want to change the set values using the remote control, press the
button, then enter the values
(for details see “To enter characters” (page 10)).
• Depending on the network camera type, the “Model No.” displayed on the setting screen may differ from
when the camera is discovered automatically and when it is registered manually.
• Only set “RS485 PTZ Control” to “On” when connecting an external device to the network camera using a
RS485 cable.
Note
• With manual registration, network settings of a camera cannot be changed. When changing the network
settings of a camera, check the network camera’s manual.
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●●To set network camera functions
Set the network camera functions from the monitor.
Procedure
1. Select “Function Settings”.
2
3
Displays current
settings.
1
2. Select the network camera to configure at “Camera Name”.
3. Select a function.
The setting screen for the selected function is displayed.
Camera Information Display
Select to display or not display the camera information and time of the network camera settings on
the camera images.
Attention
• Cannot be set if using a network camera compatible with the “ONVIF” protocol.
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Camera Information Display Set whether or not to display camera information.
On/Off
Time Display
Set whether or not to display the time.
12h/24h/Off
Display Position
Set the display position of the camera information
and time.
Upper Left/Upper Right/
Lower Left/Lower Right
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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Clock Settings
1. Synchronizes the time of the network camera with the time of the monitor.
Select “Execute” to synchronize the clock.
Video Settings
Set the Image Quality of transmitted images for the network camera.
Note
• This product supports H.264 and MJPEG (ONVIF only) video compression formats.
Attention
• When devices such as recorders are connected to a network camera, the display and recording of such
devices may be affected.
When using a Panasonic network camera
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2
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1. Configure the items.
Item
Aspect Ratio
Detail
Setting range
Set the H.264 aspect ratio.*1
Camera imaging mode
Resolution
Set the H.264 resolution.
According to the camera specification
Refresh Interval
Set the refresh interval*2 of H.264 images.
0.2s/0.33s/0.5s/1s/2s/3s/4s/5s
Transmission Priority
Set the transmission mode of H.264 images. Constant Bit Rate/Frame Rate/Best
Effort
Frame Rate
(When the mode is set to “Frame Rate” at
“Transmission Priority”.)
Set the frame rate (image update interval) of
H.264 images.*3
1fps/3fps/5fps/7.5fps/10fps/12fps/
15fps/20fps/30fps
Bit Rate (Max.)
Set the maximum H.264 image bit rate.
64kbps/128kbps/256kbps/384kbps/
512kbps/768kbps/1024kbps/
1536kbps/2048kbps/3072kbps/
4096kbps/8192kbps/
Bit Rate (Min.)
(When the mode is set to “Best Effort” for
“Transmission Priority”.)
Set the minimum H.264 image bit rate.
64kbps/128kbps/256kbps/384kbps/
512kbps/768kbps/1024kbps/
1536kbps/2048kbps/3072kbps/
4096kbps/8192kbps/
Image Quality
(When the mode is set to “Constant Bit Rate” Low (prioritize motion)/Normal/Fine
or “Best Effort” for “Transmission Priority”.)
(prioritize image quality)
Set the H.264 image quality.
*1 When “1920” is selected for “Resolution”, the aspect ratio is fixed to 16:9. The aspect ratio cannot be set
when the network camera “Stream” is set to a value other than “1”.
*2 For H.264 images, the differential data between the full screen frame data and previous frame are sent
periodically. “Refresh Interval” refers to the interval for sending these full screen frame data. Shortening
this interval improves the stability of image quality but also increases the load on the network. “Refresh
Interval” refers to the interval at which the full screen data is transmitted. Shortening this interval improves
the image quality but also increases the load on the network.
*3 The shorter the interval, the shorter the update interval and the smoother the display, but also the larger the
load on the network.
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• To display the multicast stream of Panasonic network cameras, configure multicast on the camera.
• When you change the “Aspect Ratio”, the camera imaging mode will be changed. Depending on the imaging
mode, the image quality of other recording devices or display devices may be impacted. Check the impact of
changes to the imaging mode before configuring the settings.
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ONVIF Profile S-compatible network cameras
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Media Profile
Select the ONVIF image profile.
EIZO_Profile/camera profile
Encoder
Select the encoder settings of ONVIF images.
According to the camera specification
Compression Format Select compression format of ONVIF images.
H.264/MJPEG
Resolution
Set the resolution of ONVIF images.
According to the camera specification
Frame Rate
Set the frame rate (image update interval) of
ONVIF images.
1 to 30 fps
Encoding Interval
Set the encoder interval of ONVIF images.
According to the camera specification
Bit Rate (Max.)
Set the maximum ONVIF image bit rate.
0 to 8192 kbps
Video Quality
Set the ONVIF image quality. The higher the
value, the higher the image quality.
According to the camera specification
Set the I-frame interval of ONVIF images.
According to the camera specification
H.264 Profile*
Select a H.264 standard profile.
Baseline/Main/Extended/High
Transmission Mode
Select the transmission format of ONVIF
images.
Unicast/Multicast
Multicast Address*2
Set the multicast address for multicast
transmission of ONVIF images.
224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255
Multicast Port*2
Set the multicast port number for multicast
transmission of ONVIF images.
1024 to 65534 even numbers only
GOV Length*1
1
Multicast TTL*2
Set the network TTL value for multicast
transmission of ONVIF images.
*1 Displays when “H.264” is selected in “Compression Format”.
*2 Displays when “Multicast” is selected in “Transmission Mode”.
According to the camera specification
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• Depending on the network camera type, some set values may not be reflected. Check the specifications of
the camera.
• When changes are made to the image quality settings such as resolution, this may impact on the image
quality of other recording devices and display devices using the same ”Encoder”. Check the impact of
changes to the image quality settings before configuring the settings.
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Preset
Preset the shooting position and adjustment status of the network camera.
Displays images of the selected camera.
1
2
3
1. Select the number (1 to 256) to set for “Preset No”.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Brightness
Adjust the network camera brightness.
-
Focus
Adjust the network camera focus.
-
Zoom
Adjust the network camera display magnification.
-
Position
Adjust the network camera shooting position (pan/tilt). -
3. Select “Register (Home)” for registering the selected number as the home position. For all other
registrations, select “Register”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• Depending on the type of the network camera you are using, some functions may not be available.
• Depending on the network camera type, it may not be possible to register the brightness and focus settings.
Note
• After the setting is registered, the number displayed at “Preset No.” changes from “Not Registered” to “Home”
or “Registered”.
• To clear a setting, select the number to clear at “Preset No.” and then select “Delete”. The data set for the
number is deleted and the number status returns to the unregistered state.
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Other
Attention
• Cannot be set if using a network camera compatible with the “ONVIF” protocol.
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Pan/Tilt-flip
Turn on/off the pan/tilt-flip function*1.
On/Off
Upside-down*2
Turn on/off the network camera upside down
function.
On/Off
Indicator
Turn on/off the network camera Indicator.
On/Off
*1 The pan/tilt-flip function reverses the pan/tilt direction automatically at high-speed when the network
camera reaches the movement endpoint. This function allows the user to make pan/tilt operations without
paying attention to movement endpoints.
*2 Check the network camera installation specifications before using the upside down function. Depending
on the network camera type, it may not be possible to install the camera upside down even when the
camera supports the upside down
3 function.
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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2-4. Setting Display Positions of Camera Images
Set the display position for images from the network camera.
Procedure
1. Select “Position”.
2
Indicates the
display positions
on the monitor
screen.
1
3
2. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Position
Select a position to display a camera image.
Set the network camera to the number of the
desired position for display.
-
Camera Name Display
Select to display or not display the camera name
and time set on the monitor. (The camera name is
displayed on the upper left of the image.)
On/Off
Sequence Interval
Set the interval for changing over the screen during 5s to 60s
sequential display.
Aspect Ratio Mode
Set which aspect ratio to apply when the aspect
ratio of the video delivered from the network
camera and the aspect ratio of the monitor image
display area differ.
Full/Aspect
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• All registered network cameras must be configured. A network camera can only be set for one display position.
When there are incorrect settings, “Apply” cannot be selected.
Note
• If it takes a while for images to be displayed during sequential display, set a higher value for “Sequence Interval”.
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2-5. Setting Smart Functions
Set Smart Functions for images from each camera.
Procedure
1. Select “Smart Functions”.
Displays images of the selected network camera.
2
Displays current
settings.
1
3
4
2. Select the network camera to configure at “Camera Name”.
Attention
• For 1 Screen or 4 Screens layouts the settings of each network camera are applied. For 8 Screens, 9
Screens or 16 Screens layouts, the “17_Full Screen” settings are applied to all screens and the settings of
each network camera are not applied.
3. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Mode
Select the display mode to apply to the images of
the selected network camera.
Set to “DAY” to apply a mode suitable for general
images.
Set to “NIGHT” to apply a mode suitable for
monochrome images such as images taken at
night.
DAY/NIGHT/Off
Smart Resolution
Adjusts the perceived resolution of the images
so that the blurs are reduced and images are
displayed vividly and clearly.
1 to 5/Off
Smart Insight
Makes dark areas of images visible by analyzing
the image and correcting the brightness for each
pixel. It is effective for images with dark area that
are less visible and for bright environments.
1 to 5/Off
Noise Reduction
Reduces the amount of block noise that occurs due On/Off
to video compression.
4. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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2-6. Configuring System Settings
Set the date, time and network information for this product.
Procedure
1. Select “System”.
2
Displays current
settings.
(E.g. software version)
1
2. Select a setting.
The setting screen for the selected setting is displayed.
Date and Time
Set the current date and time.
1
2
1
2
3
1. Select “Date/Time Display Setting” or “Clock Setting”.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Date/Time Display Settings
Clock Setting
*1 Greenwich Mean Time
Detail
Set the date display format,
time display format, and time
zone (time difference between
GMT*1).
Set the current time.
Setting range
Date Format
yyyy/mm/dd, Mmm/dd/yyyy,
dd/Mmm/yyyy, mm/dd/yyyy,
dd/mm/yyyy
Time Format
24h/12h
Time Zone
GMT-12:00 to GMT+14:00
2010/1/1 0:00 to 2035/12/31 23:59
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Note
• If the main power switch is turned off or the power cord is unplugged for one week or longer, the monitor’s
time and date will no longer be displayed accurately. In such a case, set the date and time again.
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Summer Time (DST)
Apply or cancel the summer time setting (DST).
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Summer Time (DST)
Detail
Setting range
On/Off/Auto
Applies or cancels the summer time setting.
Set to “On” to apply to summer time immediately.
Set to “Off” to not apply to summer time.
Set to “Auto” to apply to summer time automatically
during the period designated by the start/end dates
and times.
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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Network
Set network information.
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
1. Select “Network Settings”, “DNS Settings” or “NTP Settings”.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Network Settings
DNS Settings
NTP Settings
Detail
Setting range
Select the IP address setting method.
IP Setting Method
DHCP/Manual
Setting
If “Manual Setting” is selected, set the IP
address, subnet mask and gateway.
IP Address, Subnet 0.0.0.0 to
Mask, Gateway*1
255.255.255.255
DNS
Set the DNS.
(When “IP Address” of “Network Settings” is set
to “Manual”.)
Auto/Manual
If you selected “Manual”, set the primary server Primary Server
address and the secondary server address.
Address,
Secondary Server
Address
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
Set whether or not to use an NTP server.
NTP
On/Off
If you selected “On”, set the NTP server
address.
Server Address
Alphanumeric
characters and
symbols
*1 If your network environment does not include a gateway, you do not need to set the “Gateway” address.
Use the default setting as is, or set as “0.0.0.0”.
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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Communication Settings
The communication settings are used to configure the web interface function, detection of
communication errors, and so on.
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Communication speed Sets the communication speed between the monitor and
network hub.
Communication Error
Detection
100Mbps Half duplex,
100Mbps Full duplex,
1000Mbps Full duplex
You can set the following as the message to be displayed On/Off
when receipt of image data stops.
Comm. Error Detection On:
Within several seconds after receipt of image data stops,
an alert message in a red box will appear on the live
image screen. When communication resumes, the alert
is cleared and the image is displayed again.
Comm. Error Detection Off:
When approx. 20 seconds have elapsed after receipt of
image data stops, a communication error message will
appear.
Web Interface
You can operate and configure the monitor from your web On/Off
browser over the network.
Web Interface Port
Sets the port of the web interface.
1 to 65535
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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Other
1
2
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Language
Set the display language of the menu and the setting
screen.
日本語 /English/Deutsch
Quick Start
Set the status of the system when turned off.
When set to “On”, part of the system remains running.
When set to “Off”, the system is shut down completely.
On/Off
By setting to “On”, the startup time for this product can be
reduced (approx. 10 seconds). However, do not turn off
the main power of the monitor when Quick Start is set to
“On” because part of the system remains running.
Key Lock
Locks operations by the buttons on the front of the
monitor.
On/Off
Logo
Set whether to display/hide the EIZO logo when the
power is turned on*1.
On/Off
Power Indicator
Set whether to turn of or off the power indicator (blue)
while the monitor is on.
*1 The rotating bar indicating that the system is starting up cannot be hidden.
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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On/Off
Initialization
Initialize the system.
1
1. Select “Execute” for “Initialization”.
All settings are returned to default except for system logs, operation logs, the current time, time zone and
summer time settings.
Restart
Restart the system.
1. Select “Execute” at “Restart”.
Settings Data Migration
You can save the settings data to a USB storage device and load the data.
Load Settings Data
3
2
4
5
1. Connect a USB storage device to the USB downstream port of the monitor.
2. Select the settings data file.
3. Enter the password.
The password is blank by default. Set the password as necessary.
4. Select “Execute”. The settings data are loaded.
5. Select “Run” for “Remove USB Storage”.
When the Removing Complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
6. Remove the USB storage device.
Attention
• The settings data include the IP address of the monitor. Change the IP address of the monitor if loading
settings data from another monitor.
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Save Settings Data
1. Connect a USB storage device to the USB downstream port of the monitor.
2
3
4
2. Enter the password.
The password is blank by default. Set the password as necessary.
3. Select “Execute”. The settings data are saved.
4. Select “Run” for “Remove USB Storage”.
When the Removing Complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
5. Remove the USB storage device.
Attention
• Some of the settings cannot be saved.
• If you forget the password that you specified when saving the data, you will no longer be able to load the settings.
Note
• Saved file name: Backupyyyymmdd.duraconf (yyyymmdd is the save date)
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Software Update
You can select update files from the File Selection screen, and can both upgrade or downgrade
software.
1. Download the update file from the EIZO website (http://www.eizoglobal.com), and save it to a USB
storage device.
2. Connect a USB storage device to the USB downstream port of the monitor.
The File Selection screen is displayed.
3
4
3. Select the update file.
4. Select “Execute”.
5. The message saying “You must restart the system to update the software. Remove the USB
storage and restart.” appears.
Remove the USB storage device.
6. Select “Restart” to restart the system.
The software is updated.
Attention
• Do not turn off the power while the software is being updated.
• You cannot operate the remote control and
and
buttons on the front of the monitor while the
software is being updated.
• The following USB storage devices can be used with this product.
-- USB 2.0 standard flash drives
-- Supported format: FAT32
• Do not connect multiple USB storage devices simultaneously.
Note
• When you restart your system, a message indicating the success or failure of the software update will appear.
The message will clear automatically after 60 seconds if “OK” is not clicked. However, this message will not
appear if you do the update through your web browser.
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Troubleshooting
Use this function when this product does not operate normally, such as when a connection cannot be
established with a network camera or a communication error occurs. The network status can be
checked using communication commands and past error contents can be checked by displaying the
system log. In addition, system log data can be saved to a USB storage device.
Checking network connection status
1
2
3
Displays the
connection check
results.
1. Select “Connection Confirmation”.
2. Select the network camera to check the network connection of for “Camera Name”.
3. Select “Run” for “ping” or “traceroute”.
Results are displayed in the area on the right side of the screen.
Displaying the system log
Displays the log.
1
2
3
1. Select “System Log”.
2. Select the date (year/month/day) to display the log data of.
3. Select “Run” for “Display”.
The log data is displayed in the area on the right side of the screen.
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Saving system log data
1. Connect a USB storage device to the USB downstream port on the back of the monitor.
USB downstream port
2
3
Displays the data
storage status.
4
5
2. Select “System Log”.
3. Select the date (year/month/day) of the log data to display.
4. Select “Run” for “Save to USB Storage”.
Data saving starts and a “Saving” message is displayed in the display area on the right side of the screen.
When the saving complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
5. Select “Run” for “Remove USB Storage”.
When the removing complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
6. Remove the USB storage device.
Attention
• The following USB storage devices can be used with this product.
-- USB 2.0 standard flash drives
-- Supported format: FAT32
• Do not connect multiple USB storage devices simultaneously.
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2-7. Setting User Information
Register, change or delete information (username, user level and password) on users that access this
product.
Attention
• User information can be registered for up to 10 users. User information for a new user cannot be registered when
there are already 10 users registered.
• Duplicate usernames cannot be registered.
• At least one user with a user level of “ADMIN” must be registered.
• You can use alphanumeric characters for the username, however, the following character is not allowed: “ : “.
Note
• There are three user levels: “ LIVE”, “CAMERA CONTROL” and “ADMIN”.
The operable range of this product differs by each level.
(√: Operable, -: Inoperable)
Operation
Menu
display
Layout
change
over
Level
Page
change
over
Smart
Functions
on/off
Login
operation
Camera
control
System
settings
LIVE
√
√
√
√
√
-
-
CAMERA CONTROL
√
√
√
√
√
√
-
ADMIN
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
• The following user information is set by default:
-- Username: “admin”
-- Password: “admin”
-- User Level: “ADMIN”
• User information settings can be returned to default settings by the following procedure. Use this feature, for
example, when you have forgotten the registered user information.
1. Press
on the remote control to turn off the monitor.
2. Press the buttons on the remote control in the following order (press the next button within five seconds).
→
→
→
→
→
→
When the reset confirmation screen is displayed, select “Execute”.
User information is cleared and the settings are returned to the default settings.
●●To register new user information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
2
3
4
1
2. Select “New User Registration”.
3. Set user information.
4. Select “Register”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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●●To change user information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
2
3
1
4
2. Select “Change/Delete User Information”.
3. Set user information.
4. Select “Change”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
●●To delete user information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
2
3
1
4
2. Select “Change/Delete User Information”.
3. Select the user to delete at “Username”.
4. Select “Delete”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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2-8. Displaying Operation Logs
Operations of this product are recorded on logs. Past operation results can be checked by displaying the
log. Also, log data can be saved to a USB storage device.
Note
• The following data are recorded on the log:
-- Login information: The names of users who logged in to the system
-- Camera operation results: Name of operated camera, operation details, operation results
-- Date, time and details of changes confirmed by selecting “Apply” on setting screens
• Logs older than two months are automatically deleted at 04:00:00 AM on the first day of every month.
●●To display log data
Procedure
1. Select “Log Display”.
2
3
1
2. Select the date (year/month/day) to display the log data of.
3. Select “Run” for “Display”.
The log data is displayed in the area on the right side of the screen.
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Displays the log.
●●To save log data
Procedure
1. Connect a USB storage device to the USB downstream port on the back of the monitor.
USB downstream port
2. Select “Log Display”.
3
Displays the data
storage status.
4
5
2
3. Select the date (year/month/day) of the data to save.
4. Select “Run” for “Save to USB Storage”.
Data saving starts and a “Saving” message is displayed in the display area on the right side of the screen.
When the saving complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
5. Select “Run” for “Remove USB Storage”.
When the removing complete screen is displayed, select “OK”.
6. Remove the USB storage device.
Attention
• The following USB storage devices can be used with this product. (This does not guarantee operation of the
USB storage devices given below.)
-- USB 2.0 standard flash drives
-- Supported format: FAT32
• Do not connect multiple USB storage devices simultaneously.
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Chapter 3
Configuring from a Web Browser
This product allows you to configure and operate network cameras from your web browser.
The setting screen contains the Monitor Settings and live image screen settings.
Note
• To configure from the monitor screen, see ”Chapter 2 Configuring from the monitor screen” (page 8).
Attention
• It is recommended you use Internet Explorer 11 as your web browser.
• If you configure settings from a web browser, you will need to start up the monitor.
• You cannot display the web interface in your web browser when the monitor web interface is disabled in the settings.
(For details, see “Network Settings” (page 55)).
3-1. Before Configuration
To configure settings from a web browser, you need to log in from the web browser you are using. Login
is allowed only when the level of the user accessing the product is ADMIN.
Procedure
1. Press
on the front of the monitor or
on the remote control.
The power indicator lights up blue and the live image screen is displayed.
(For information on the live image screen, refer to the Instruction Manual.)
2. Display the web browser on your PC.
3. Enter the following address to access.
Address: http://Address of the monitors/ui*1
*1 The default address for access is http://192.168.0.150/ui.
The login screen is displayed.
4. Enter a username and a password.
5. Select “Login”.
Displays the Monitor Settings.
Note
• The following user information is set by default:
-- Username: “admin”
-- Password: “admin”
-- User Level: “ADMIN”
• For information on user settings, see “2-7. Setting User Information” (page 32).
• It is recommended that you log out after completing the setup, so as to prevent a third party from operating
the network camera or altering the settings. Exit the web browser.
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3-2. Setting Screen
The setting screen contains the Monitor Settings and live image screen settings.
The Monitor Settings are used for various settings such as basic information, network camera registration
and monitor system settings. The live image screen settings are used for configuring the display, such as
changing the live image screen layout.
●●Basic Operations
To select a setting item
• Click a setting item.
When you select a setting item, it will be displayed in green. In the case of a list box, when you
select a list item, it will be displayed in green.
To apply a setting item
• Click “Apply” or “Register”.
A “Setting Complete” or “Setting Failed” message is displayed. Click “OK” as required.
To exit the web browser
• Click
in the web browser. This exits the browser.
Note
• If auto discovery is in progress on the monitor, or the setting dialog box is displayed in the browser, operations
in the browser will not be accepted and a busy status message will be displayed. Click “OK” to configure the
settings again.
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3-3. Basic Information
Display lists of the various settings acquired from the monitor.
●●System Status
Current Status
Displays the current status of the monitor. Also, you can transition the status of the monitor by changing the
selection status.
1. Click ▼ next to “New Status” to select the status from the displayed list.
2. Click “Apply”.
The screen transitions to the selected state.
The following statuses are displayed.
Item
Status
Live Image Screen
Transition to “Live Image Screen Settings”
HDMI Port Display
HDMI port display status, without screen transition
Quick Shutdown
Transition to Quick Shutdown status
Attention
• When Quick Shutdown is selected:
A setting error occurs and a “Quick Start is set to OFF. Run after setting Quick Start to ON.” message is
displayed.
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Brightness setting
Adjusts the brightness of the monitor screen.
1. Click the brightness setting (
,
).
Changes the brightness of the monitor screen.
Note
• You can change the Brightness on the monitor screen in the same manner as when pressing the
,
) buttons on the remote control. A “Setting Complete” or “Setting Failed” message will
(
not display after changing the brightness.
and Display Position/Date and TimeSettings/Network
●●Camera
Settings/Communication Settings
Displays the current settings status of the monitor. When configuring settings, click the link for the
item name under an item. The screen transitions.
Attention
• For the basic information, the setting values for items other than the system status cannot be changed. When
configuring an item, click the link for the item name under each item. The screen transitions to the applicable
setting item screen.
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3-4. Setting Network Cameras
“Camera Registration” is used to display a list of the network cameras currently registered for a monitor.
You can add or change network cameras, and reflect network camera information, etc., onto the monitor.
Attention
• You can only change network cameras that are registered.
• This cannot be used to set network camera functions. For information on setting network camera functions, see
“Chapter 2 Configuring from the monitor screen” (page 8).
●●To automatically detect cameras
Discover network cameras on the network automatically and register them to the system.
Attention
• Only the network cameras installed in the same subnet as the monitor are detected. If a network camera is
installed in a different subnet, the camera must be registered manually (see “To manually register network
cameras” (page 12)).
• For information on “Easy Setup”, refer to the Setup Manual.
Note
• The remaining number of cameras that can be added for registration is clearly indicated at the top of the
camera detection screen.
Procedure
1. Select “Camera Registration”.
A screen displaying a list of the camera registration information appears.
2. Select “Add”.
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3. Select “Auto Discovery”.
A “Camera detection will start” dialog box appears.
4. Select “OK”.
A “Searching” dialog box appears, and the detected cameras are displayed in the list of candidates for
adding.
Note
• There is a web page link in the web page field of the list of detected cameras. When you click a link, a
camera web page will open in a separate window. (Address: http://(IP address):(HTTP port))
• If there are zero candidates in camera detection, nothing will display.
• If “Cancel” is selected during camera detection, a list of cameras detected up to the time of canceling will
be displayed.
5. Select a camera to be added from the list of candidates, and select “Add”.
6. Select “Return”.
Returns to the camera registration information list screen in step 1.
7. Select “Apply”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
8. Select “OK” or “Cancel” as necessary.
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●●Reading CSV Files
The CSV file describing the camera candidates to be added can be read, and the cameras can be set
as candidates for detection.
Procedure
1. Select “Camera Registration”.
A list of camera registration information appears.
2. Select “Add”.
3. Select “Read from CSV file”.
A file dialog box opens.
4. Select the CSV file that describes the camera information, and select “Open”.
A list of the candidate cameras appears.
Note
• Up to 255 candidate cameras can be read.
• The CSV files that can be read are as follows.
-- CSV files that are exported from the monitor or browser
-- CSV files created by the user
• For details on how to export CSV files, refer to “Save Camera Information” (page 48).
• When a user creates a CSV file, the following rules apply.
-- In line 1, enter the following as the item line: “CameraName, Protocol, IPAddress, HttpPort, UserName,
PassWord”.
-- The columns are in random order.
-- Input of the “UserName, PassWord” values is user-defined.
-- Only the specified string can be read for an item name.
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5. Select a camera to be added from the list of candidates, and select “Add”.
6. Select “Return”.
Returns to the camera registration information list screen in step 1.
7. Select “Apply”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
8. Select “OK” or “Cancel” as necessary.
●●Adding a Camera
You can add a camera to the camera registration information list by using the auto detection function
and Read from CSV file function.
Procedure
1. Select “Camera Registration”.
A screen displaying a list of the network camera registration information appears.
2. Select “Add”.
The network cameras subject to adding are reflected onto the camera registration information list.
(For details, see “To automatically detect cameras” (page 40) and “Reading CSV Files” (page 42))
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3. Select “Return”.
Returns to the camera registration information list screen in step 1.
4. Select a camera to be added from the list of candidates, and select “Add”.
5. Select “Apply”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
6. Select “OK” or “Cancel” as necessary.
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●●Changing Camera Information
You can change the contents of the registered information for cameras in the camera registration
information list.
Attention
• If multiple selections are made for registration information of a network camera to be changed, the “Change”
button will be disabled.
1. Select “Camera Registration”.
A screen displaying a list of the camera registration information appears.
2. Check the number of the camera to be changed.
3. Select “Change”.
A “Camera Information Settings” dialog box appears.
Note
• When a registered camera is selected, a dialog box describing the applicable camera information
appears. When an unregistered display position is selected, a dialog box with “Panasonic” selected in the
“Protocol” item appears.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Camera Name
Can use alphanumeric characters, kana and kanji 0 to 24 characters
IP Address
If a new camera, leave blank
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
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4. Set the changes, and select “OK”.
Returns to the camera registration information list screen in step 1.
5. Select “Apply”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
6. Select “OK” or “Cancel” as necessary.
Note
• The following message is displayed when acquisition of the “Obtain Camera Name” and “Obtain Profile”
information fails. Obtain the information again.
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●●Deleting Camera Information
You can delete the contents of the registered information for cameras.
1. Select “Camera Registration”.
A screen displaying a list of the camera registration information appears.
2. Check the number of the camera to be deleted.
3. Select “Delete”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
4. Select “OK” or “Cancel”.
5. Select “Return”.
Returns to the screen that displays a list of the camera registration information.
6. Select “Apply”.
A setting confirmation dialog box appears.
7. Select “OK” or “Cancel” as necessary.
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●●Save Camera Information
You can save the information registered in the camera registration information list to a CSV file.
When you select “Save Camera Information”, a CSV file describing the camera information displayed
in the information list is exported.
File name: fdf2304wip_CameraInfo_yyyymmdd.csv
(yyyymmdd is the computer date and time.)
3-5. Setting Display Positions of Camera Images
You can configure settings such as the display positions of network cameras, and displaying camera
names in the live image screen.
1. Select “Display” in the “Monitor Settings”.
The screen transitions to the Display Position Setting screen. A link for each setting item that can be
configured in “Display” is located at the top of the screen.
2. Select each setting item.
The screen transitions to the selected setting item.
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●●Setting Display Positions
Set the positions for displaying network camera images.
You can switch the display positions of the source and destination camera images by dragging and
dropping the camera within the page.
Attention
• All of the display positions of registered network cameras can be set.
Procedure
1. Select “Display Position Settings”.
The “Display Position Settings” screen appears.
Each of the outer frames containing the number on the page are the camera display position*1, and the inner
squares for the camera display position are the camera name*2 to be displayed.
*1
*2
2. Select the display position layout from the list.
Select the layout from the list box. The settings screen changes in accordance with the selected layout.
Note
• When you select a layout in the list box, the display in the Page changes to the selected state. You can set
the display status while imaging.
• The initial display position when the screen is transitioned is the display position currently set in the
monitor.
• You can switch the camera names in the inner squares by dragging and dropping them between the
respective pages.
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3. Drag a camera name and drop it on the position number where you want to display it.
The display positions of the source and destination camera images are switched.
Example) 4 screen layout
1. Drag display position 1 on Page 1 and drop it at display position 5 on page 2.
2. The display position 1 and display position 5 cameras are switched.
3. Only the camera name in the inner square is moved, without moving the display position of
the camera image.
4. Select “Apply”. The display positions of camera images are updated.
When you select “Reset”, the information of the setting being changed is discarded, and becomes the
current monitor display settings.
Note
• A camera web page link is embedded in frames that have been allocated a camera name. When you click
it, a camera web page will open in a separate window (see “Adding a Camera” (page 43)).
●●Other Display Settings
Set the items to be displayed in camera images.
Procedure
1. Select “Other Display Settings”.
The “Other Display Settings” screen is displayed.
2. Configure the items.
Item
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Detail
Setting range
Camera Name Display
Select to display or hide the camera name set on the
monitor. (The camera name is displayed on the upper left
of the image.)
On/Off
Sequence Interval
Set the interval for changing over the screen during
sequential display.
5 to 60 seconds
Aspect Ratio Mode
Set which aspect ratio to apply when the aspect ratio of the Full/Aspect
video delivered from the network camera and the aspect
ratio of the monitor image display area differ.
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●●Setting Smart Functions
Set Smart Functions for images from each camera.
Attention
• Information such as camera name will be displayed as a blank row for display positions that have not been
allocated a camera. Each list box becomes invalid and will not be displayed.
Procedure
1. Select “Smart Functions”.
The “Smart Functions” screen appears.
2. Set the camera of the applicable display position.
Attention
• For 1 Screen or 4 Screen layouts the settings of each network camera are applied. For 8 Screen, 9
Screen or 16 Screen layouts, the “Full Screen” settings are applied to all screens and the settings of each
network camera are not applied.
3. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Mode
Select the display mode to apply to the images of the selected DAY/NIGHT/Off
network camera.
Set to “DAY” to apply a mode suitable for general images.
Set to “NIGHT” to apply a mode suitable for monochrome
images such as images taken at night.
Smart Resolution
Adjusts the perceived resolution of images. Reduces blurring
and displays images vividly and clearly.
1 to 5/Off
Smart Insight
Makes dark areas of images visible by analyzing the image
and correcting the brightness for each pixel. This function is
effective when for instance viewing images with dark areas
that are not easily visible, or when using the monitor in a
bright environment.
1 to 5/Off
Block Noise Reduction Reduces the amount of block noise (noise from tessellated
images).
On/Off
4. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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3-6. Configuring System Settings
Configure settings such as the date and time of this product, network settings, and maintenance.
Procedure
1. In the “Monitor Settings”, select “System”.
A link for each setting item that can be configured in the system settings is located at the top of the screen.
2. Select each setting item.
The screen transitions to the selected setting item.
●●Date and Time
You can set the current date and time, and set summer time.
1. Select “Date and Time”.
The “Date and Time” screen is displayed.
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Date/Time Display Settings
Set the current date and time.
1. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Date/Time Display Settings Set the date display format, time display
format, and time zone (time difference with
GMT*1).
yyyy/mm/dd, Mmm/dd/yyyy,
dd/Mmm/yyyy, mm/dd/yyyy,
dd/mm/yyyy
Time Format
24h/12h
Time Zone
GMT-12:00 to GMT+14:00
Procedure
Manual/Synchronize with PC
Date and Time
Set the current time.
2010/1/1 0:00 to 2035/12/31 23:59
*1 Greenwich Mean Time
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Note
• When “Synchronize with PC” is selected in “Procedure”, the current date and time setting information of the
computer is sent to the monitor and synchronized.
• If the main power switch is turned off or the power cord is unplugged for one week or longer, the monitor’s
time and date display will no longer be displayed accurately.
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Summer Time (DST)
Apply or cancel the summer time setting (DST).
1. Configure the items.
Item
Summer Time (DST)
Detail
Applies or cancels the summer time setting.
Set to “On” to apply summer time immediately.
Set to “Off” to not apply summer time.
Set to “Auto” to apply summer time automatically during the
period designated by the start/end dates and times.
2. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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Setting range
On/Off/Auto
●●Network Settings
Set network information.
Attention
• When any one of the IP address settings/IP address/subnet mask/gateway is changed and “Apply” is
selected, the warning message “The network settings will be changed” is displayed. Select “OK” or “Cancel”
as necessary.
Also, when you select “OK” for the warning message, a message requesting that you access again appears.
1. In “System”, select “Network Settings”.
The “Network Settings” screen is displayed.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Network Settings
DNS Settings
NTP Settings
Detail
Setting range
Select the IP address setting method.
IP Setting Method
DHCP/Manual Setting
If “Manual Setting” is selected, set the IP
address, subnet mask and gateway.
IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway*1
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
DNS
Set the DNS.
(When “IP Address” in “Network Settings”
is set to “Manual”.)
Auto/Manual
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
If you selected “Manual”, set the primary
server address and the secondary server
address.
Primary Server
Address, Secondary
Server Address
Set whether or not to use an NTP server.
NTP
On/Off
If you selected “On”, set the NTP server
address.
Server Address
Alphanumeric,
symbols
*1 If your network environment does not include a gateway, you do not need to set the “Gateway”. Use the
default setting as is, or set as “0.0.0.0”.
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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●●Communication Settings
The communication settings are used to configure the web interface function, detection of
communication errors, and so on.
1. In “System”, select “Communication Settings”.
The “Communication Settings” screen is displayed.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Communication
Speed
Set the communication speed between the monitor and
network hub.
100Mbps Half duplex,
100Mbps Full duplex,
1000Mbps Full duplex
Communication Error
Detection
You can set the following as the message to be displayed
when receipt of image data stops.
On/Off
Communication Error Detection On:
Within several seconds after receipt of image data stops,
an alert message in a red box will appear on the live image
screen. When communication resumes, the alert is cleared
and the image is displayed again.
Communication Error Detection Off:
When approx. 20 seconds have elapsed after receipt of image
data stops, a communication error message will appear.
Web Interface
You can operate and configure the monitor from your web
browser over the network.
Web Interface Port
Sets the port of the web interface*1
*1 When the web interface is enabled, you can set the port.
On/Off
1 to 65535
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
Attention
• When the web interface is disabled, you will not be able to configure the monitor settings from your web
browser. When the web interface is disabled and “Apply” is selected, the following warning message
appears.
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●●Other System Settings
1. In “System”, select “Other System Settings”.
The “Other System Settings” screen appears.
2. Configure the items.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Language
Set the display language of the menu and the setting
screen.
日本語 /English/Deutsch
Quick Start
Set the status of the system when turned off.
When set to “On”, part of the system remains running.
When set to “Off”, the system is shut down completely.
On/Off
By setting to “On”, the startup time for this product can be
reduced (approx. 10 seconds). However, do not turn off
the main power of the monitor when Quick Start is set to
“On” because part of the system remains running.
Key Lock
Locks operations by the buttons on the front of the
monitor.
On/Off
Logo
Set whether to display/hide the EIZO logo when the
power is turned on*1.
On/Off
Power Indicator
Set whether to turn of or off the power indicator (blue)
while the monitor is on.
*1 The rotating bar indicating that the system is starting up cannot be hidden.
On/Off
3. Select “Apply”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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●●Maintenance
Perform system initialization, restarts, and software updates.
1. In “System”, select “Maintenance”.
The “Maintenance” screen is displayed.
Initialization and Restart
Initialize the system
1. Select “Execute” for “Initialization”.
All settings are returned to default setting except for system logs, operation logs, the current time, time
zone and summer time settings.
2. The following message appears.
Select “OK” or “Cancel” in accordance with the response.
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Restart the system
1. Select “Start” at “Restart”.
Restart the system.
2. The following message appears.
Select “OK” or “Cancel” in accordance with the response.
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Software Update
You can both upgrade or downgrade the software.
1. In “System”, select “Maintenance”.
The screen transitions to “Software Update”.
2. Select “Browse”.
A file selection dialog box opens. Select the applicable file.
Attention
• The software will not be updated if a file is not selected, or a file other than an update file has been
selected.
• Perform software updates with the monitor screen displayed.
3. Select “Execute”.
The following message appears. Select “OK” or “Cancel” in accordance with the response.
4. Select “OK”.
The update process starts, and the following message appears.
5. Select “OK”. The software is updated.
Close the web browser, and wait 5 minutes before accessing again.
Note
• You can select update files from the File Selection screen, and can perform upgrading or downgrading of
software.
• When you restart your system, a message indicating the success or failure of the software update will
appear. The message will clear automatically after 60 seconds if “OK” is not selected. However, this
message will not appear if you do the update through your web browser.
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3-7. Setting User Information
Register, change or delete information (username, user level and password) on users that access this
product.
Note
• For details, see “2-7. Setting User Information” (page 32).
●●Adding User Information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
The “User Settings” screen is displayed.
2. Select “Add”.
A dialog box for entering user information appears.
3. Set user information.
4. Select “OK”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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●●Changing User Information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
2. Select the user to be changed from the “User List”.
3. Select “Change”.
A dialog box for entering user information appears.
4. Set user information.
5. Select “OK”.
The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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●●To delete user information
Procedure
1. Select “User”.
2. Select the user to be deleted from the “User List”.
3. Select “Delete”.
4. A “Are you sure you want to delete user xxx?” confirmation dialog box appears. Select “OK”.
If you do not want to delete the user, select “Cancel”.
5. The setting complete screen is displayed. Select “OK”.
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3-8. Displaying Operation Logs
Operations of this product are recorded on logs. Past operation results can be checked by displaying
operation logs. You can also display system logs.
Note
• The following data are recorded on the log:
-- Login information: The names of users who logged in to the system
-- Camera operation results: Name of operated camera, operation details, operation results
-- Date, time and details of changes confirmed by selecting “Apply” on setting screens
• Logs older than two months are automatically deleted at 04:00:00 AM on the first day of every month.
●●Displaying logs
Procedure
1. Select “Log Display”.
2. Select “Operation Log Display”.
The log data is displayed in the area at the bottom of the screen.
●●Displaying the system log
Procedure
1. Select “Log Display”.
2. Select “System Log Display”.
The log data is displayed in the area at the bottom of the screen.
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3-9. Setting the Live Image Screen
The live image screen settings are used for configuring the display, such as changing the live image
screen layout.
1. Select each setting item from the list box.
Item
Detail
Setting range
Full Screen Display
Displays/hides the menu of the live image screen.
On/Off
Layout
Changes the monitor screen layout.
You can switch to 1 screen, 4 screen, 9 screen, 16
screen, or 8 screen layout.
1 Screen/4 Screens/
9 Screens/16 Screens/
8 Screens
Page
Changes over the page of camera images to display on
the monitor.
1 to 16
Sequence
Turns the sequential display of camera images on or off.
On/Off
Smart Functions
Turns Smart Functions on or off.
On/Off
2. Select “Apply”.
3. The setting completion screen appears. Select “OK”.
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Chapter 4 Troubleshooting
If a problem still remains after applying the suggested remedies, contact your local EIZO representative.
4-1. Imaging problems
Problem
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Possible cause and remedy
1. The displayed images are not smooth
(when camera images are being displayed).
• Reduce the resolution and/or bit rate set for the network
camera (see “Video Settings” (page 15)).
• Check whether the used hubs and network cables are
appropriate for handling the amount of information
transmitted.
2. The camera images are not displayed
properly for about one or two minutes
after the monitor power is turned on. (when
camera images are being displayed)
• When the main power is turned off and immediately back
on, images may not be displayed properly for the first few
minutes. However, the display will normalize after a few
minutes.
3. The time of the network camera and the
time of the monitor do not match. (when
camera images are being displayed)
• Synchronize the time of the camera and the monitor
through the setting screen (see “Clock Settings” (page
15)).
4. Images are displayed upside down. (when
camera images are being displayed)
• Turn the network camera upside down through the setting
screen (see “Other” (page 19)).
5. When the orientation of the network
camera is changed to the horizontal
direction (pan motion), the camera moves
in the opposite direction.
• Turn the network camera upside down through the setting
screen (see “Other” (page 19)).
6. The settings set on the setting screen are
not reflected on the camera images.
• Check whether the setting details are within the setting
range of the network camera.
7. An error message “E**-**” is displayed at
the camera image display area.
• When “E00-00” is displayed:
--Check whether a network cable is connected properly.
--Check whether the network camera is turned on.
• When “E00-01” is displayed:
--A number of devices exceeding the allowable number of
devices for simultaneous connection may be connected
to the network camera. Disconnect other network
devices accessing the camera or reduce the resolution
of the camera (see “Video Settings” (page 15)).
--The network camera may not be transmitting H.264
images. Check the settings of the camera.
• When “E00-02” is displayed:
--Network bandwidth may be overwhelmed or the display
capability of this product may have been exceeded.
Reduce the resolution and/or bit rate set for the network
camera (see “Video Settings” (page 15)).
• When a system error (E00-03) is displayed:
--Restart the system.
8. A “** Camera Control Error” message is
displayed at the message display area.
• The network camera may not be equipped with the
function operated. Check the specifications of the camera.
9. The screen is whitish or blackish (for HDMI
input).
• Change the “Color Space” setting (For details, refer to the
Setup Manual.).
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4-2. Setting Problems
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
1. Network camera is not detected automatically.
• In some cases, automatic discovery and camera IP
address setting become inoperable when 20 or more
minutes have passed since the network camera was
started up. Restart the camera or register manually (see
“To manually register network cameras” (page 12)).
• Network cameras installed in subnets other than the
monitor subnet cannot be discovered automatically.
Register the camera manually. Auto discovery and camera
operation may fail when the date and time of the network
camera and monitor are not aligned. Use the software
provided with the camera to adjust the date and time.
• If using a network camera that is compatible with the
“ONVIF” protocol, auto discovery cannot be performed if
the ONVIF function is disabled on the camera. Check the
settings of the camera.
2. An IP address of an automatically
discovered network camera cannot be
changed.
• In some cases, automatic discovery and camera IP
address setting become inoperable when 20 or more
minutes have passed since the network camera was
started up. Restart the camera or register manually (see
“To manually register network cameras” (page 12)).
• If using anything other than a Panasonic network camera,
network settings cannot be changed from this monitor.
3. Only one camera is recognized when using
a video encoder that supports multiple
channels.
• Manually register the number of channels that will be
used. (see “To manually register network cameras” (page
12)).
4. A communication error message is
displayed when “Apply” is selected for
network camera manual registration.
• There may be a problem with network camera
communication. Check the network connection status and
camera registration details.
5. Network camera does not respond to pan/
tilt/zoom operations.
• The network camera may not support pan/tilt/zoom
functions. Check the specifications of the camera.
6. Cannot register a new user.
• Duplicate usernames cannot be registered.
• Only up to 10 users can be registered. Check whether 10
users have already been registered (see “2-7. Setting User
Information” (page 32)).
7. Cannot delete a user.
• There must be at least one user with a level of “ADMIN”.
A user cannot be deleted if the user is the only one
registered with a level of “ADMIN”. Check the registered
user information (see “2-7. Setting User Information” (page
32)).
8. Forgot username and password.
• The information of usernames and passwords can be
returned to default settings by pressing a combination
of buttons on the remote control (see “2-7. Setting User
Information” (page 32)).
9. Cannot communicate with the camera.
• Check the settings of the network camera and the monitor
system. For details, contact your system administrator.
10. Cannot save log data to a USB storage
device.
• This product supports only FAT32 format.
11. The date and time are not displayed
correctly.
• If the main power switch is turned off or the power cord
is unplugged for one week or longer, the monitor’s time
and date will no longer be displayed accurately (see “2-6.
Configuring System Settings” (page 22)).
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Chapter 5 Reference
5-1. List of setting items
Note
• The setting items and values differ according to the camera.
Easy
Setup*2
Easy Setup
Setting item
Date and Time
Date/Time Display
Settings
Date Format
Time Format
Time Zone
Date and Time Settings Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
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Setting
yyyy/mm/dd
Mmm/dd/yyyy
dd/Mmm/yyyy
mm/dd/yyyy
dd/mm/yyyy
24h
12h
GMT-12:00
GMT-11:00
GMT-10:00
GMT-09:30
GMT-09:00
GMT-08:00
GMT-07:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-05:00
GMT-04:30
GMT-04:00
GMT-03:30
GMT-03:00
GMT-02:00
GMT-01:00
GMT
GMT+01:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+03:00
GMT+03:30
GMT+04:00
GMT+04:30
GMT+05:00
GMT+05:30
GMT+05:45
GMT+06:00
GMT+06:30
GMT+07:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:45
GMT+09:00
GMT+09:30
GMT+10:00
GMT+11:00
GMT+11:30
GMT+12:00
GMT+12:45
GMT+13:00
GMT+14:00
2010 to 2035
1 to 12
1 to 31
1 to 30
1 to 28
1 to 29
AM/PM
(24h) 0 to 23
(12h) 1 to 12
0 to 59
Default setting
yyyy/mm/dd
24h
(Depends on sales
region)
Easy
Setup*2
Easy Setup
Setting item
Network Settings IP Setting Method
Default setting
Manual Setting
(None)
Camera Information Display
Alphanumeric
characters
(0 to 24 characters)
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
1 to 65535
Panasonic/ONVIF
1 to 4
1 to 4
On/Off
Alphanumeric
characters and symbols
(0 to 32 characters)
Alphanumeric
characters and symbols
(0 to 32 characters)
On/Off
Time Display
12h/24h/Off
Display Position
Upper Left/Upper
Right/Lower Left/
Lower Right
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Camera
Setting
DHCP
Manual Setting
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
192.168.0.150
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
Camera Auto
Camera Discovery
Discovery
Display Position Settings
Camera Discovery
Auto
Discovery
Manual
Camera Name
Registration
IP Address
HTTP Port
Protocol
Channel
Stream
RS485 PTZ Control
Username
Password
Function
Settings*2
Camera Info.
Display/Clock
Settings
Video Settings*2
(When using
a Panasonic
network camera)
Synchronize with Monitor Time
Aspect Ratio
Resolution
Refresh Interval
Transmission Priority
Frame Rate
Bit Rate (Max.)
Bit Rate (Min.)
Image Quality
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
Off
admin
12345
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
Camera imaging mode (According to the
camera specification)
According to the
(According to the
camera specification
camera specification)
0.2s/0.33s/0.5s/1s/2s/ (According to the
3s/4s/5s
camera specification)
Constant Bit Rate/
(According to the
Frame Rate/Best Effort camera specification)
1fps/3fps/5fps/7.5fps/ (According to the
10fps/12fps/15fps/
camera specification)
20fps/30fps
64kbps/128kbps/
(According to the
256kbps/384kbps/
camera specification)
512kbps/768kbps/
1024kbps/1536kbps/
2048kbps/3072kbps/
4096kbps/8192kbps/
64kbps/128kbps/
(According to the
256kbps/384kbps/
camera specification)
512kbps/768kbps/
1024kbps/1536kbps/
2048kbps/3072kbps/
4096kbps/8192kbps/
Low (prioritize motion)/ (According to the
Normal/Fine (prioritize camera specification)
image quality)
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Camera
Function
Settings*2
Setting item
Video Settings*2 Media Profile
(ONVIF Profile
S-compatible
Encoder
network cameras)
Compression Format
Resolution
Video Quality
Frame Rate
Encoding Interval
Bit Rate (Max.)
GOV Length
Display
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Multicast TTL
1 or higher
Preset No.
Brightness
Focus
Zoom
Pan/Tilt
Pan/Tilt-flip
1 to 256
Upside-down
On/Off
Indicator
On/Off
Position
Position
Camera Name Display
Sequence Interval
Aspect Ratio Mode
Smart
Functions
Mode
Smart Resolution
Smart Insight
Noise Reduction
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According to the
camera specification
0 to 8192
Multicast Port
Transmission Mode
Multicast Address
Other
According to the
camera specification
According to the
camera specification
1 to 30
According to the
camera specification
Baseline/Main/
Extended/High
Unicast/Multicast
224.0.0.0 to
239.255.255.255
1024 to 65535
H.264 Profile
Preset
Setting
EIZO_Profile/
camera profile
According to the
camera specification
H.264/MJPEG
On/Off
1 to 16
On/Off
5s to 60s
Full
Aspect
DAY/NIGHT/Off
1 to 5/Off
1 to 5/Off
On/Off
Default setting
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
Unicast
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(None)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(According to the
camera specification)
(Current setting)
Off
5s
Full
DAY
3
3
On
System
System
Setting item
Date and Time
Date/Time Display
Settings
Date Format
Time Format
Time Zone
Clock Setting
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
Summer Time
(DST)
Summer Time (DST)
Start
End
Network
Network Settings
IP Setting
Method
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
Setting
Default setting
yyyy/mm/dd
Mmm/dd/yyyy
dd/Mmm/yyyy
mm/dd/yyyy
dd/mm/yyyy
24h
12h
GMT-12:00
GMT-11:00
GMT-10:00
GMT-09:30
GMT-09:00
GMT-08:00
GMT-07:00
GMT-06:00
GMT-05:00
GMT-04:30
GMT-04:00
GMT-03:30
GMT-03:00
GMT-02:00
GMT-01:00
GMT
GMT+01:00
GMT+02:00
GMT+03:00
GMT+03:30
GMT+04:00
GMT+04:30
GMT+05:00
GMT+05:30
GMT+05:45
GMT+06:00
GMT+06:30
GMT+07:00
GMT+08:00
GMT+08:45
GMT+09:00
GMT+09:30
GMT+10:00
GMT+11:00
GMT+11:30
GMT+12:00
GMT+12:45
GMT+13:00
GMT+14:00
2010 to 2035
1 to 12
1 to 31
1 to 30
1 to 28
1 to 29
AM/PM
(24h) 0 to 23
(12h) 1 to 12
0 to 59
On/Off/Auto
Month, Week, Day,
Hour
Month, Week, Day,
Hour
DHCP/Manual Setting
yyyy/mm/dd
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
192.168.0.150
24h
(Depends on sales
region)
Off
(None)
(None)
Manual Setting
255.255.255.0
192.168.0.1
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System
System
Network
Setting item
DNS Settings
NTP Settings
Communication
Settings
DNS
Primary Server
Address
Secondary
Server Address
NTP
Server Address
Communication Speed
Communication Error Detection
Web Interface
Web Interface Port
Other
Language
Quick Start
Key Lock
Logo
Power Indicator
Save Settings Data*2
Load Settings Data*2
Settings Data
Migration
Initialization
Software Update
Restart
Troubleshooting Connection
Confirmation
System Log
User*1
New User
Registration
Username
User Level
Password
Confirm Password
Change/Delete
User Information
Username
New Username
New User Level
New Password
Confirm New Password
Setting
Auto/Manual
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255
On/Off
Alphanumeric
characters and
symbols
100Mbps Half duplex,
100Mbps Full duplex,
1000Mbps Full duplex
On/Off
On/Off
1 to 65535
日本語 /English/
Deutsch
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
On/Off
Camera Name
ping
traceroute
Date (GMT)
Display
Save to USB Storage
Remove USB Storage
Alphanumeric
characters
(1 to 16 characters)
ADMIN/CAMERA
CONTROL/LIVE
Alphanumeric
characters
(1 to 16 characters)
Alphanumeric
characters
(1 to 16 characters)
(Registered user)
Alphanumeric
characters
(1 to 16 characters)
ADMIN/CAMERA
CONTROL/LIVE
Alphanumeric
characters
(0 to 16 characters)
Alphanumeric
characters
(0 to 16 characters)
Log Display Date (GMT)
Display
Save to USB Storage*2
Remove USB Storage*2
*1 The following user information is set as the default setting:
Username: “admin”, Password: “admin”, User Level: “ADMIN”
*2 This can only be set from the monitor screen. This is not available through your web browser.
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Default setting
Manual
(None)
(None)
Off
(None)
(current setting)
Off
On
80
(Depends on sales
region)
Off
Off
On
On
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
(None)
Chapter 6 Glossary
Bit Rate
Displays the volume of data flowing across the network. Generally, the volume is expressed with
the unit “bps” (bits per second) which indicates the number of data bits transmitted per second.
DNS (Domain Name Server)
A server used to convert addresses such as “www.eizoglobal.com” into IP addresses.
Firewall
A system to prevent invasion from external networks.
H.264
A format for compressing images. This method is widely used for image remote transmission and
recording. The portion with movement is predicted based on the data of the frame immediately
before and after, and only the differential data between frames is used. This enables efficient
reduction of data, and is therefore widely used.
IP Address
An address that is allocated to a network device. Each network device is given an address. Unlike
MAC addresses, IP addresses change according to the installation environment.
MAC (Media Access Control) Address
A Mac address is a 48bit identification number assigned to a network device. It is assigned
statically, not duplicated, and uses a unique number for each network device.
Multicast
A network communication format in which multiple network devices receive a single stream. By
having multiple network devices receive the same image at the same quality, the network load of
transmitting devices can be reduced, however, it is necessary to have devices and configurations
that support multicast.
MJPEG (Motion JPEG)
This is a method for compressing images. It is used for remote transmission and recording of
images. Due to compression and decompression being performed for each frame, subsequent
frames are not impacted even when data are missing from some frames. Therefore, this method is
sometimes used in environments with poor signal quality. However, a downside is that the data
volume is larger than that for the H.264 format.
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
A protocol for synchronizing the time and the network server.
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)
This is a standard that allows interconnection between network cameras and network recorder
equipment from different manufacturers.
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ping
A command used to check the connection status with other network devices. Generally, it is judged
that there is a problem in the network route when there is no response to ping requests, and the
ping command is used for finding out the cause of the problem.
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
A technology to supply electricity using an Ethernet cable.
Port
A communication contact number for network communication. When multiple services are provided
by one network device, allotting an individual port number for each service allows the device to
provide multiple services simultaneously.
Resolution
The LCD panel consists of numerous pixels of specified size, which are illuminated to form images.
This monitor consists of 1920 horizontal pixels and 1080 vertical pixels. At a resolution of 1920 ×
1080, all pixels are illuminated as a full screen (1:1).
Subnet Musk
A subnet mask is a numeric value where the network address part identifying the subnet can be
specified in an IP address.
(Subnet: a divided network when controlling a large network by dividing into multiple networks)
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
The TCP/IP is one of the network protocols for network communication. Using the TCP/IP protocols
allows communication in various OSes.
traceroute
A command used to check the routes used to connect with other network devices.
Unicast
A network communication format in which individual network devices perform one-to-one
communication. Whereas an image quality that is suitable for each individual network device can
be transmitted, the downside to this format is that transmitting devices place a high load on the
network.
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