Allnet ALL-CAM2397-LEW Quick Start Guide

Allnet ALL-CAM2397-LEW Quick Start Guide
ALL-CAM2397-LEW
3 Megapixel Outdoor Mini Bullet Kamera
Kurzanleitung
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Irrtum und Änderungen vorbehalten
1.
Standardwerte:
IP-Adresse
Benutzername
Passwort
DHCP
admin
admin
Bitte beachten:
Wenn im Netzwerk kein DHCP-Server aktiv ist, müssen Sie das „SADP“-Tool
starten. (siehe mitgelieferte CD) Dort werden Ihnen die Kameras dann
angezeigt. Die IP-Einstellungen können dann über das Tool vorgenommen
werden.
Kamera auf Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen:
Sollten Sie die Zugangsdaten für Ihre Kamera vergessen haben, können Sie das
Gerät in die Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen. An der Kamera befindet sich ein
Reset-Knopf. (siehe 2. Anschlüsse Nr. 9) Betätigen Sie diesen Knopf für mehr als
10 Sekunden beim Bootvorgang der Kamera um das Gerät in den
Auslieferungszustand zurückzusetzen. Anschließend startet die Kamera neu und
Sie können sich mit den Standard-Zugangsdaten einloggen.
2.
Anschlüsse
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Nummer
1
2
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7
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9
10
Definition
Sonnenblende
Rückplatte
Erdungsschraube
Justierbarer Halter
Montage-Platte
10M/100M Ethernet Port & PoE (nach 802.3af)
Anschluss für das Netzteil (12V DC / 1A)
WPS-Knopf (kurz betätigen um Kamera per WPS
zu verbinden)/Reset-Knopf (lang betätigen um
Kamera auf Werkseinstellungen zurückzusetzen)
SD-Karten-Slot (microSD bis 64GB)
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3.
Inbetriebnahme der Kamera
Verbinden Sie ein Ende des Netzwerkkabels mit der Kamera (Anschluss 7) und
das andere Ende mit einem PoE-Switch/Injektor (nach 802.3af).
Optional:
Für den Fall das kein PoE-Switch/Injektor verfügbar ist, verwenden Sie ein
Netzteil (12V DC / 1A) und schließen Sie dieses in die DC-Buchse der Kamera.
 Jetzt startet die Kamera.
Auf der mitgelieferten CD oder auf www.allnet.de finden Sie das Programm
„Tools.exe“. Mit Hilfe von diesem Programm finden Sie Ihre Kamera im
Netzwerk. Bitte installieren Sie „Tools.exe“ auf Ihrem Computer/Notebook.
Starten Sie „Tools“ und klicken Sie auf
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Es öffnet sich folgendes Fenster
Es werden alle verfügbaren Kameras in Ihrem Netzwerk aufgelistet.
Mit einem Doppelklick auf die IP-Adresse öffnet sich die Weboberfläche der
Kamera in Ihrem Standardbrowser.
In diesem Beispiel ist der Standardbrowser der Internet Explorer 11.
Nachdem sich das Login-Fenster geöffnet hat loggen Sie sich bitte mit den
Standarddaten (admin / admin) auf die Benutzeroberfläche der Kamera ein.
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Klicken Sie auf „Anmelden“, um sich einzuloggen.
Folgende Seite wird Ihnen nun angezeigt:
Klicken Sie zunächst auf den Link (siehe 1), um mit der Plugin-Installation zu
beginnen. Fahren Sie anschließend mit einem Klick auf „Ausführen“ fort.
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Nachdem Sie das getan haben öffnet sich das Setup des Plugins. Klicken Sie nun
auf „Next“.
Die Installation wird durchgeführt.
Nachdem sie abgeschlossen ist, beenden Sie diese mit einem Klick auf „Finish“.
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Aktualisieren Sie nun Ihren Browser um das Kamerabild sehen zu können.
4.
Kamera ins WLAN einbinden
Um die WLAN-Konfiguration durchzuführen, klicken Sie zuerst auf
„Konfiguration“ und anschließend auf „Weiterf. Konfiguration“. Drücken Sie
dann auf die „Netzwerk“-Schaltfläche und dann auf den Reiter „Wi-Fi“.
Betätigen Sie die „Suchen“-Schaltfläche, um nach WLAN-Netzen zu suchen.
Wählen Sie dann Ihr WLAN-Netz aus, konfigurieren Sie den Sicherheitsmodus
und geben Sie Ihre Verschlüsselung ein.
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Um die Konfiguration abzuschließen, klicken Sie auf „Speichern“.
Die Kamera startet neu und bezieht dann eine Adresse per „DHCP“. Dies kann in
den Netzwerkeinstellungen unter „TCP/IP“ geändert werden.
5.
Email einrichten
Um die E-Mail-Konfiguration durchzuführen, klicken Sie zuerst auf
„Konfiguration“ und anschließend auf „Weiterf. Konfiguration“. Drücken Sie
dann auf die „Netzwerk“-Schaltfläche und dann auf den Reiter „E-Mail“.
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Schauen Sie sich nun den folgenden Screenshot an, um zu sehen wie die E-MailEinrichtung zu tätigen ist.
Um die Konfiguration abzuschließen, klicken Sie auf „Speichern“.
Um die Verbindung nun zu testen, klicken Sie auf die „Test“-Schaltfläche. Nach
erfolgreicher Konfiguration erscheint eine Erfolgsmeldung und eine Test-E-Mail
in Ihrem Postfach.
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6.
FTP einrichten
Um die FTP-Konfiguration durchzuführen, klicken Sie zuerst auf „Konfiguration“
und anschließend auf „Weiterf. Konfiguration“. Drücken Sie dann auf die
„Netzwerk“-Schaltfläche und dann auf den Reiter „FTP“.
Schauen Sie sich nun den folgenden Screenshot an, um zu sehen wie die FTPEinrichtung zu tätigen ist.
Um die Konfiguration abzuschließen, klicken Sie auf „Speichern“.
Um die Verbindung nun zu testen, klicken Sie auf die „Test“-Schaltfläche. Nach
erfolgreicher Konfiguration, erscheint eine Erfolgsmeldung und ein Bild wird auf
dem NAS/FTP-Server abgelegt.
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7.
Bewegungserkennung einrichten
Um die Bewegungserkennung zu konfigurieren, klicken Sie zuerst auf
„Konfiguration“ und anschließend auf „Weiterf. Konfiguration“. Drücken Sie
auf „Ereignisse“ und dann auf den Reiter „Bewegungserkennung“.
Im nachfolgenden Screenshot wird beschrieben, wie Sie die
Bewegungserkennung konfigurieren können.
Die Bewegungserkennung muss zunächst aktiviert werden. Anschließend
können Sie ein Bewegungserkennungsfenster einzeichnen und die
Empfindlichkeit festlegen.
Zuletzt wählen Sie die Aktionen aus, die durchgeführt werden sollen.
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Bestätigen Sie Ihre Einstellungen mit „Speichern“.
Die Kamera würde nun, bei erkannter Bewegung, Bilder per E-Mail versenden
und per FTP auf einen NAS oder FTP-Server hochladen.
Nähere Informationen zur Bewegungserkennung finden Sie im
Benutzerhandbuch.
8.
Smartphone App
Wenn Sie Ihre Kamera in eine App einbinden möchten, empfehlen wir „CCTV
Viewer“. Die App ist für Android/iOS verfügbar. Als Beispiel wurde hier ein
Apple-Gerät verwendet.
Installieren Sie die App auf Ihrem Smartphone und binden Sie Ihre Kameras ein,
um das Livebild auf Ihrem Smartphone sehen zu können.
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Sicherheitshinweise
Beachten Sie unbedingt folgende Hinweise:
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Führen Sie niemals eine Installation während eines Gewitters durch.
Stellen Sie sicher, dass Leitungen stolper- und trittsicher verlegt werden.
Setzen Sie das Gerät im Betrieb niemals direkter Sonneneinstrahlung aus.
Betreiben Sie das Gerät niemals in der Nähe von Wärmequellen.
Stellen Sie das Gerät niemals auf Oberflächen, die wärmeempfindlich sind.
Verwenden Sie das Gerät keinesfalls in explosionsgefährdeten Bereichen.
Verwenden Sie zur Reinigung keine lösungsmittelhaltigen Putzmittel,
sondern lediglich ein weiches, trockenes Antistatik Tuch.
Eine Reparatur darf nur durch geschultes, autorisiertes Personal
durchgeführt werden.
Bei nicht bestimmungsgemäßem Gebrauch ist eine Haftung durch
ALLNET® ausgeschlossen.
Aufstellungs- und Montageort
Allgemein:
Der Einbau hat so zu erfolgen, dass das Netzwerkkabel nicht unter Zug ist, da
dies sich sonst lösen könnte bzw. der Stecker beschädigt werden könnte.
Bitte verwenden ausschließlich PoE Stromquellen, die über den PoE Standard
IEEE 802.3af/at verfügen oder das mitgelieferte Netzteil 12V / 1A.
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