Commax CNU-2M04RS IP 2MP IR MINI BULLET CAMERA Owner Manual

Commax CNU-2M04RS IP 2MP IR MINI BULLET CAMERA Owner Manual
Infrared Bullet Network Camera
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Precautions
Precautions
Precautions
Fully understand this document before using this device, and strictly observe rules in
this document when using this device. If you install this device in public places,
provide the tip "You have entered the area of electronic surveillance" in an eyecatching place. Failure to correctly use electrical products may cause fire and severe
injuries. To prevent accidents, carefully read the following context:
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This document may contain the following symbols whose meanings are described
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It alerts you to fatal dangers which, if not avoided, may
cause deaths or severe injuries.
It alerts you to moderate dangers which, if not avoided,
may cause minor or moderate injuries.
It alerts you to risks. Neglect of these risks may cause
device damage, data loss, device performance
deterioration, or unpredictable results.
It provides a tip that may help you resolve problems or
save time.
It provides additional information.
To prevent electric shocks or other dangers, keep power plugs dry and clean.
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Strictly observe installation requirements when installing the device. The
manufacturer shall not be held responsible for device damage caused by users' nonconformance to these requirements.
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Strictly conform to local electrical safety standards and use power adapters that are
marked with the LPS standard when installing and using this device. Otherwise,
this device may be damaged.
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Use accessories delivered with this device. The voltage must meet input voltage
requirements for this device.
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If this device is installed in places with unsteady voltage, ground this device to
discharge high energy such as electrical surges in order to prevent the power supply
from burning out.
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When this device is in use, ensure that no water or any liquid flows into the device.
If water or liquid unexpectedly flows into the device, immediately power off the
device and disconnect all cables (such as power cables and network cables) from
this device.
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Do not focus strong light (such as lighted bulbs or sunlight) on this device.
Otherwise, the service life of the image sensor may be shortened.

If this device is installed in places where thunder and lightning frequently occur,
ground the device nearby to discharge high energy such as thunder strikes in order
to prevent device damage.

Avoid heavy loads, intensive shakes, and soaking to prevent damages during
transportation and storage. The warranty does not cover any device damage that is
caused during secondary packaging and transportation after the original packaging
is taken apart.

Protect this device from fall-down and intensive strikes, keep the device away from
magnetic field interference, and do not install the device in places with shaking
surfaces or under shocks.

Clean the device with a soft dry cloth. For stubborn dirt, dip the cloth into slight
neutral cleanser, gently wipe the dirt with the cloth, and then dry the device.

Do not jam the ventilation opening. Follow the installation instructions provided in
this document when installing the device.
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Keep the device away from heat sources such as radiators, electric heaters, or other
heat equipment.
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Keep the device away from moist, dusty, extremely hot or cold places, or places
with strong electric radiation.
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If the device is installed outdoors, take insect- and moisture-proof measures to
avoid circuit board corrosion that can affect monitoring.

Remove the power plug if the device is idle for a long time.

Before unpacking, check whether the fragile sticker is damaged. If the fragile
sticker is damaged, contact customer services or sales personnel. The manufacturer
shall not be held responsible for any artificial damage of the fragile sticker.
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Special Announcement
All complete products sold by the manufacturer are delivered along with nameplates,
operation instructions, and accessories after strict inspection. The manufacturer shall
not be held responsible for counterfeit products.
This manual may contain misprints, technology information that is not accurate enough,
or product function and operation description that is slightly inconsistent with the
actual product. The manufacturer will update this manual according to product function
enhancement or changes and regularly update the software and hardware described in
this manual. Update information will be added to new versions of this manual without
prior notice.
This manual is only for reference and does not ensure that the information is totally
consistent with the actual product. For consistency, see the actual product.
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Contents
Contents
Precautions .................................................................................................................... i
1 Overview ................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Hardware Connection ..................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Features .......................................................................................................................... 2
2 Device Dimensions ................................................................................................. 4
3 Device Installation................................................................................................... 5
3.1 Installation Mode............................................................................................................ 5
3.2 Installation Procedure ..................................................................................................... 5
4 Quick Configuration ............................................................................................... 8
4.1 Login and Logout ........................................................................................................... 8
4.2 Browsing Video .............................................................................................................. 8
4.2.1 Download control in the Internet Explorer ....................................................... 10
4.2.2 Watch real-time video in Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browsers ........................ 10
4.3 Setting Local Network Parameters ............................................................................... 10
5 Technical Specifications ....................................................................................... 13
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1 Overview
1 Overview
1.1 Hardware Connection
Figure 1-1 shows the multi-head cable used by an IR Bullet Network Camera. Table 11 describes the multi-head cable.
Figure 1-1 Multi-head cable
Table 1-1 Multi-head cable description
Function
Description
Network
interface
Connects to a standard Ethernet cable.
Power supply
Connects to a DC12V power supply.
Figure 1-2 shows the rear panel of an IR Bullet network camera. Table 1-2 describes
the components on the rear panel.
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Figure 1-2 Real panel
Table 1-2 Components on the rear panel
Component
Description
Reset button
Restores the camera to the factory settings by pressing and
holding this button for more than five seconds.
1.2 Features
Network Features
 Supports complete TCP/IP protocol suite.
 Supports video streaming.
 Provides a built-in web browser and supports access using Internet explorer.
 Supports network data transmission and remote access.
 Supports Point-to-Point protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), Dynamic Host
configuration protocol (DHCP), and Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS)
protocols.
 Supports remote upgrade and maintenance.
Image Processing Features
 Supports multiple steams. Single-stream model or dual-stream mode can be
selected based on the site requirement. Encoding parameters for the main stream
and sub stream can be configured separately.
 Supports dynamic stream parameters based on different image quality requirement.
 Supports independent hardware compression. Constant bit rate (CBR) and variable
bit rate(VBR) videos can be compressed using the Motion Joint Photographic
Experts Group(MJPEG) or H.264 standard. The frame rate and image quality can
be configured.
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I/O Features
 Provides a 10/100 Mbits/s self-adaptive Ethernet port.
Other Features
 Supports the heartbeat function that allows the management host to learn the
running status of the IP camera in real time.
 Supports motion detection alarm, and alarm linkage function.
 Supports level-based user rights management.
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2 Device Dimensions
2 Device Dimensions
Figure 2-1 shows the camera dimensions.
Figure 2-1 Dimensions (unit: mm)
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3 Device Installation
3 Device Installation
3.1 Installation Mode
The IR Bullet Network Camera can be installed on the ceiling or wall. You can select
an installation position based on your requirement. The following installation
procedure assumes that the IPC is installed on the wall.
3.2 Installation Procedure
Step 1
Stick the position label on the wall, as shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1 Sticking the position label
Step 2
Drill three holes based on the marks on the positioning label. Drive the expansion
particles into the holes. See Figure 3-2.
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Figure 3-2 Installing the expansion particles
Step 3
Mount the camera on the wall and fasten the screws, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3 Fixing the camera
Step 4
Connect the multi-connector cable.
Step 5
Loosen the bracket locking ring to adjust the position so that the camera faces the
monitored area, then tighten the bracket locking ring and fix the locking screw, as
shown in Figure 3-4.
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Figure 3-4 Adjusting the monitoring direction
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4 Quick Configuration
4 Quick Configuration
4.1 Login and Logout
You must use Internet Explorer 7 or a later version to access the web management
system; otherwise, some functions may be unavailable.
Login system
Step 1 Open the Internet Explorer, enter the IP address of IP camera (default value:
192.168.0.120) in the address box, and press Enter. The login page is displayed.
Step 2 Input the User name and password.
Step 3
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The default name is admin. The default password is 1234. Change the password when
you log in the system for first time to ensure system security.
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You can change the system display language on the login page.
Click Login.
The main page is displayed.
logout
To logout of system, click Sign out in the upper right corner of the main page, the login
page is display after you log out of the system.
4.2 Browsing Video
User can browse the real-time video in the web management system.
Preparation
To ensure the real-time video can be play properly, you must perform the following
operation when you log in to the web for the first time:
1. Open Internet Explorer. Choose Tools > Internet options > Security > Trusted
sites > Sites.
In the display dialog box, click Add, as shown in Figure 4-1.
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Figure 4-1 Adding the a trusted site
2. In Internet Explorer, choose Tool > Internet Options > Security > Customer level,
and set Download unsigned ActiveX control and initialize and script ActiveX
controls not marked as safe for scripting under ActiveX controls and plug-ins
to Enable, as shown in Figure 4-2.
Figure 4-2 Configuring ActiveX control and plug-ins
3. Download and install the player control as prompted.
The login page is display when the control is loaded.
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4 Quick Configuration
4.2.1 Download control in the Internet Explorer
Real-time video page shows the message clicks to play live video with ActiveX
control to reduce latency.
Click the message, jump to download ActiveX control interface, once downloading is
complete, you can watch more fluent video screen.
Unable to display video image, and need to download and install the control
Real-time video page shows the message click to download the latest version of
Flash Play live video and click to play video with ActiveX control to reduce latency.
Click the message click to play live video with ActiveX control to reduce latency,
jump download Adobe Flash Player Plugin control interface, once downloading is
complete, you can watch video screen.
Click the message click to download the latest version of Flash Play live video,
jump to download ActiveX control interface, once downloading is complete, you can
watch more fluent video screen.
4.2.2 Watch real-time video in Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browsers
Chrome, Firefox, and Safari browsers only support Adobe Flash Player Plugin to play
video. When Adobe Flash Plugin control version is too low, browser will automatically
ask you to download the latest control.
4.3 Setting Local Network Parameters
Description
Local network parameters include:
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IP protocol
IP address
Subnet mask
Default gateway
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Preferred Domain Name System (DNS) server
Alternate DNS server
MTU
Procedure
Step 1 Choose Device > Local Network, the Local Network page is displayed.
Step 2 Set the parameters according to Table 4-1.
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Table 4-1 Local network parameters
Parameter
Description
Setting
IP Protocol
IPv4 is the IP protocol that uses
an address length of 32 bits.
[Setting method]
Select a value from the
drop-down list box.
[Default value]
IPv4
DHCP
(Obtain an IP
address
automatically)
The device automatically
obtains the IP address from the
DHCP server.
[Setting method]
Click the button on to
enable obtain IP address
automatically.
IP Address
Device IP address that can be
set as required.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
[Default value]
192.168.0.120
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of the network
adapter.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
[Default value]
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway
This parameter must be set if
the client accesses the device
through a gateway.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
[Default value]
192.168.0.1
Preferred DNS
Server
IP address of a DNS server.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
[Default value]
192.168.0.1
Alternate DNS
Server
IP address of a domain server.
If the preferred DNS server is
faulty, the device uses the
alternate DNS server to resolve
domain names.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
[Default value]
192.168.0.2
MTU
Set the maximum value of
network transmission data
packets.
[Setting method]
Enter a value manually.
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Note
The MTU value is range
from 800 to 1500, the
default value is 1380,
please do not change it
arbitrarily.
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4 Quick Configuration
Click Apply.
 If the message "Apply succeed!" is displayed, click Confirm. The system saves the
settings. The message "Set network parameter success, Please login system again"
is displayed. Use the new IP address to log in to the web management system.
 If the message "Invalid IP Address", "Invalid Subnet Mask", "Invalid default
gateway", "Invalid primary DNS", or "Invalid space DNS" is displayed, set the
parameters correctly.
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5 Technical Specifications
5 Technical Specifications
Table 5-1 lists the technical specifications of the camera.
Table 5-1 Technical specifications
Camera
Image Sensor
1/3” Progressive Scan CMOS
Max. Resolution
1920 x 1080
Scanning system
Progressive Scan
Min. Illumination
Color 0.2 Lux, IR On 0 Lux
IR-LED
2pcs / 20~30m
Lens
Focal Length
f = 3.6mm
Angle of view
75 degree
Lens / Mount type
Fixed Lens / Board Mount
Functions
Day & Night
ICR
Gain Control
Auto / Manual
White Balance
Auto
WDR
D-WDR
Digital Noise Reduction
2D/3D DNR
Motion Detection
Off / On
Privacy Zone Masking
Max. 4 Areas
Corridor Mode
Off / On
Event Notification
Email Notification
Network
Ethernet
Ethernet 10/100 Base-T(RJ-45)
Video Compression
H.264, High/ Main/ Baseline Profile, MJPEG
Max. Frame rate
[email protected]
Bit rate Control
CBR / VBR
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Bit Rate (CBR/VBR)
Main stream : 500kb-12000kb
Sub stream : 100kb-6000kb
IP
IPv4 / IPv6
Protocol
HTTP, HTTPS, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, RTSP, DHCP, NTP,
PPPoE
Security
User Verification, Communication Encryption
ONVIF
Onvif 2.4
Remote Access
Web, PC, Mobile Viewer
Environmental
Operation Temperature
-20°C ~ +55°C
Operation Humidity
0% ~ 90% RH
IP Rating
IP66
Power
Input Power
DC12V, PoE
Power Consumption
2.5W (IR-LED Off), 5W(IR-LED On)
Mechanical
Color / Material
White / Aluminum
Dimension
169(L) x 70(W) x 63(Φ) mm
Weight
Approx. 631g
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A Hazardous Substance Declaration
Hazardous Substance or Element
Component Plumbum Mercury Cadmium Hexavalent Polybrominated Polybrominated
Chromium
Diphenyl Ethers
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
Biphenyls (PBB)
(Cr6+)
(PBDE)
Structural
part
×
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Board/circuit
module
×
○
○
○
○
○
Cable
connector
×
○
○
○
○
○
Accessories
×
○
○
○
○
○
○: indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in all homogeneous substances of the
component is within the limit specified in SJ/T 11363-2006 Requirements for Concentration
Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information Products.
×: indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in at least one homogeneous substance
of the component exceeds the limit specified in SJ/T 11363-2006 Requirements for Concentration
Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic Information Products.
101-300-0230-01
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