RIVA RC6702SV-7311 Installation Guide

RIVA RC6702SV-7311 Installation Guide
RC6702SV-7311
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Precaution
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Please read this manual carefully before installing the unit.

Never disassemble the camera. Unauthorized disassembly may cause equipment
failure or damage to the unit.

Please do not install the camera in a place exposed to direct sunlight.
 Do not operate the camera in environments beyond the specified temperature.
Refer to Environment Condition on APPENDIX (A): SPECIFICATIONS in this manual.

Before applying power to the camera, check the power source to ensure that it is
within the specifications. Refer to Electrical Characteristics on APPENDIX (A):
SPECIFICATIONS.

CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS.
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Table of Contents
Precaution................................................................................................................ 2
1. FEATURES ............................................................................................................. 4
2. PACKAGE CONTENTS............................................................................................. 5
3. PART NAMES ........................................................................................................ 6
4. CAMERA INSTALLATION ........................................................................................ 8
4.1. Installing the camera ............................................................................................. 8
4.1.1. Installation without bracket ........................................................................................ 8
4.1.2. Compatible Accessories ............................................................................................ 10
4.2. Adjusting angle of the camera ............................................................................. 11
4.3. Adjusting Zoom and Focus ................................................................................... 12
4.4. Setting Image Attributes ...................................................................................... 13
5. CONNECTIONS .................................................................................................... 14
6. CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................ 17
6.1. Set up network environment ............................................................................... 17
6.1.1. Generic IP Environment ............................................................................................ 17
6.1.2. Custom IP Environment............................................................................................. 18
6.2. View video on web page ...................................................................................... 19
6.2.1. ActiveX Installation.................................................................................................... 19
6.2.2. View video using IPAdmin Tool ................................................................................. 20
6.3. Reboot .................................................................................................................. 21
6.4. Factory Default..................................................................................................... 21
6.5. Safe Mode ............................................................................................................ 22
APPENDIX (A): SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................. 23
Summary ..................................................................................................................... 23
Electrical Characteristics ............................................................................................. 24
Environment Condition ............................................................................................... 24
Mechanical Condition ................................................................................................. 24
APPENDIX (B): POWER OVER ETHERNET ................................................................. 25
Power Comparison...................................................................................................... 25
APPENDIX (C): DIMENSIONS ................................................................................... 26
APPENDIX (D): HEXADECIMAL-DECIMAL CONVERSION TABLE ................................. 27
REVISION HISTORY ................................................................................................. 28
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1. FEATURES
Camera
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1/2.8” 1080p CMOS Image Sensor
True Day / Night
DC Auto Iris Lens
WDR
Embedded IR Illuminator
Remote Zoom/Focus Control (One Click AF)
Weather Proof (IP66)
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H.264 Baseline, Main, High profile(MPEG-4 Part 10/AVC), MJEPG(Motion JPEG)
Max 30 fps in 1080p
Text Overlay
Analog Video Output
Video
Network
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10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Integration
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Software Development Kit (SDK) available
ONVIF Compliant (Profile S & Profile G)
General
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microSD memory card slot
Power Over Ethernet Plus (PoE+)
Video Contents Analytics (VCA)
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VCA Presence (Standard)
* Licenses with higher specifications than VCA Presence are optional.
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2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
Please unpack the package carefully and handle the equipment with care.
The package contains:
Camera
DC Power Adaptor & Plugs
Screws (M4x30) and Plastic Anchors
Hex Wrench (3mm)
Video Output Cable
Silicon Waterproof Band
Ferrite Core
Quick Installation Guide
ZCAT2132-1130
ZCAT1518-0730
Installation Template
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The contents above are subject to change without prior notice.
Note
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3. PART NAMES
①
⑥
⑧
⑦
⑤
②
②
④
③
* Models herein and their appearance are subject to change without any prior notice.
① Sunshield
Position the sunshield to prevent direct sunshine.
② Video Out Cable socket
Socket for the video output cable included in the package (CVBS: 1.0Vp-p / 75Ω BNC)
③ PAL/NTSC button
Pressing the PAL/NTSC button each time changes the mode as follows.
No video output -> PAL-> NTSC*
* Steady output of video until you change the video output mode by pressing the button.
④ Reset button
Use the button to restart the device or to reset it to Factory Default. Refer to 6.3. Reboot and
6.4. Factory Default for more details.
⑤ microSD memory card slot
Camera supports up to 32GB. A card with Class 4 and higher is recommended for HD
recordings.
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⑥ Terminal Connector
Connector for cables of digital input/output and audio input/output. Refer to 5. CONNECTIONS
for more information.
⑦ Power Adaptor Connector
Use DC12V for the power supply.
⑧ LAN connector
RJ45 LAN connector for 10/100 Base-T Ethernet (PoE supported).
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4. CAMERA INSTALLATION
tion template
4.1. Installing the camera
4.1.1. Installation without bracket
Installation Template
(Unit: mm)
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Installation template’s image size scale in this installation guide is not 1:1.
Caution The correct-size template paper can be found inside the package separately.
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1) Place the installation template included in the
package on the desired installation surface.
2) Drill three holes in correct positions based on
the template paper, and insert the anchor
blocks into the holes.
3) Attach the silicon waterproof band included
in the package to the camera’s mounting surface
by aligning it with the three alignment holes.
4) Install the provided ferrite core on the cable.
For the detailed instructions, refer to the note
on the next page.
5) Connect the required cables including a
power cable and a LAN cable to the device.
Refer to the image on 5. CONNECTIONS for the
proper connections.
6) Place the camera body on the installation
surface by matching three alignment holes with
already inserted plastic anchors.
7) Tighten the plastic anchors with the
screws(M4x30) included in the package.
8) Adjust the heading direction of the camera.
Refer to 4.2. Adjusting angle of the camera for
more information.
9) To adjust zoom and focus, refer to 4. Adjust
Zoom and Focus for the instructions.
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Caution
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Sealing gaps is recommended as gaps may appear after the camera installation.
Gaps may cause problems such as moisture, water leakage and etc., which
negatively affect the operation of the camera if gaps remain unsealed.
To prevent products from damage, place the camera on a stable and nonvibrating surface. If the stability is in doubt, consult safety personnel for
reinforcements, and then proceed with the installation.
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< Installation of Ferrite Core >
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Installing the ferrite core is highly recommended to reduce high frequency noise
level.
The instructions and the image below explain how to install the ferrite core on
the cable.
1. Open the ferrite core by lifting the clip.
2. Make one loop with the cable through the ferrite core like the enlarged
square image below.
3. Close the ferrite core to hold the cable loop into place.
Note
4.1.2. Compatible Accessories
The compatible accessories to mount this camera model are as follows.
Model Names & Combinations
PMA-U100
CMA-U100
JBK-U100
Refer to the corresponding accessory model’s installation guide for the instructions.
Model Image
PMA-U100
CMA-U100
D
C
E
A
C
B
E
B
A
A
C
D
JBK-U100
D
B
C
D
E
A-A-A : IPN6802HD
B-B-B : IPN6702HD
C-C-C-C : IPN6602HD
D-D-D-D : WMB-3000P & CMB-3000P
E-E-E : ODE-1000T
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PMA-U100/CMA-U100
This guide illustrates how to assemble the corner mount adapter and
pole mount adapter.
Check the letter of the alphabet assigned to each adapter and tighten
the screws in the corresponding holes to assemble the adapter.
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4.2. Adjusting angle of the camera
1. Adjust the camera to the desired angle by unscrewing the joints referring to the following
pictures.
Adjust the joint to install
the camera on the wall.
Adjust the joint to tilt
the camera angle.
2. Insert the video output cable(included
in the package) to the video output
cable socket, and connect it to an
SD Card
analogue video test monitor to check
if the camera angle has been set as
intended. If the angle is appropriate,
disconnect the camera from the
analogue monitor, and then remove
the video output cable from the
camera.
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Adjust the joint to delicately
adjust the horizontal angle.
Reset
PAL/NTSC
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4.3. Adjusting Zoom and Focus
*To be able to adjust zoom and focus, it is necessary to connect the device to a network.
Please refer to 6. CONFIGURATION for the instructions.
Once the device is on the network and the webpage is open, go to Setup> Video & Audio >
Zoom/Focus. Then, the features shown below will appear.
1. Adjust zoom and focus by clicking the arrow buttons: the buttons
move the
lens more extensively than the buttons
.
2. Click One Click Focus to automatically set the lens focus.
3. If focus point is considered misaligned, reset it to a zero point by clicking Calibrate.
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4.4. Setting Image Attributes
On the camera’s webpage, users can configure the image settings. The menu of the image
attributes is available at Video Appearance via the path, Setup > Video & Audio > Camera.
The following attributes can be adjusted: Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, and Sharpness.
For more information, refer to the web page user’s manual.
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5. CONNECTIONS
BLACK: AUD IN
① BROWN: AUD GND
RED: AUD OUT
ORANGE : DI
②
YELLOW: DI COM
GREEN: DO1 (N.O)
③
BLUE: DO1 COM
①
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SW2
SW3
①/ AAudio Connection
N
N/A
The camera provides a mono audio input and output. Due to low audio output power, an
SW5
SW6 is recommended for enhanced sound (Refrain from connecting a
amplified speaker
headphone or an earphone directly to the camera).
N/A
N/A
- Microphone In: Max 2Vp-p, 20KΩ (90dB)
- Headphone Out: 60mW, 16Ω (95dB)
VIDEO DO
Out
DI
C 1 C 1
AUDIO
In
Out
ETHERNET
DC12V
+
MICRO SD
Amp Speaker
Mic
② Sensor (DI) connection
Sensor (DI) can be connected to either a voltage type sensor or a relay type sensor.
Settings can be done through the camera’s webpage.
Input voltage range: 0VDC minimum to 5VDC maximum, Max 50mA
!
Do not exceed the maximum input voltage or relay rate.
Caution
Internal
+3.3V
Internal
DI
Output of
Sensor
+
-
DI
COM
COM
Relay Type
Output of
Sensor
+
-
-
+
Voltage Type
③ Alarm (DO) connection
Only the relay type is supported.
Relay Rating: Max 24VDC 50mA
!
Do not exceed the maximum relay rating.
Caution
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④ LAN connection
This is a RJ45 LAN connector for 10/100 Base-T Ethernet. Use the Ethernet cable (RJ45) to
connect the device to a hub or a router in the network. Refer to “Appendix (B). Power over
Ethernet” for more information.
⑤ Power Connection
The camera can be powered by either 12VDC or PoE. If the camera is powered via PoE, refer to
“Appendix (B). Power over Ethernet” for more information.
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6. CONFIGURATION
6.1. Set up network environment
The default IP address of the device is 192.168.XXX.XXX. Users can identify the IP address of the
device from converting the MAC address’s hexadecimal numbers, which is attached to the
device. Be sure that the device and PC are on a same network before running the installation.
IP address : 192.168.xxx.xxx
Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0
6.1.1. Generic IP Environment
In case of generic private network environment where IP address 192.168.XXX.XXX are used,
users may view the live streaming images on a web page using the device’s default IP address:
1. Convert the device’s MAC address to the IP address. Refer to the Hexadecimal-Decimal
Conversion Chart at the end of the manual.
(The MAC address of the device is attached on the side or bottom of the device.)
MAC address = 00-13-23-01-14-B1 → IP address = 192.168.20.177
Convert the last two sets of hexadecimal numbers to decimal numbers.
2. Start the Microsoft® Internet Explorer web browser and enter the address of the device.
3. Web streaming and device configurations are supported through ActiveX program. When the
ActiveX installation window appears, authorize and install the ActiveX.
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6.1.2. Custom IP Environment
Please access our website and download necessary IPAdminTool first:
http://www.rivatech.de/en/downloads/software
IPAdminTool is a management tool, which automatically scans all the the network products for
users to perform administrative tasks, which includes network configurations, firmware
update, device reboot, and device organizations.
To modify the device’s default IP address for customized network area:
1. Find the device from the IPAdminTool’s list, and highlight the device’s name.
2. Right-click the mouse, and select IP Address; IP Setup window appears.
* There are two options that are for a single device or for multiple devices respectively. For one device, click “Single”.
Give a new unique IP address by
modifying the last two digits.
3. On the New Information table in the Single IP Change window, modify the last two digits of
the device’s IP address, and modify the rest parts including subnet mask, gateway, and DNS
if necessary by checking the user/ PC network area information.
4. Make sure to input the correct ID and PW of the device (default: root / pass).
5. Click Apply to complete the modification.
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6.2. View video on web page
Type the proper IP address to view the live streaming images through a web browser.
The default username and password is root / pass.
6.2.1. ActiveX Installation
1.
When the browser asks to install the AxUMF software, click Install to proceed.
2.
When Setup installation pop-up window appears, click Install to proceed with rest of
installations.
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Depending on system OS and Internet Explorer version, installation experience
may differ from one another. Figures described above are from Windows 7,
Internet Explorer 9 environment.
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6.2.2. View video using IPAdmin Tool
IPAdminTool automatically searches all activated network encoders and IP cameras and shows
the product name, IP address, MAC address and etc.
1. From the IPAdminTool’s product list, select the device by highlighting it.
2. Right-click the mouse, and select Web view.
The system’s default web browser opens the device’s address.
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Whether directly accessing the streaming video by typing IP address on a web
page or taking steps through IPAdminTool, the ActiveX is needed to be installed
for the Microsoft® Internet Explorer to have the complete configuration
privileges.
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6.3. Reboot
Perform the following procedures to reboot your device:
On the camera
1.
2.
Press the reset button for 2 seconds while the device is powered on.
Wait for the system to reboot.
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Caution
Please do not press the reset button for more than 2 seconds.
Otherwise, the camera may be switched to its factory default settings.
On the webpage
1.
2.
3.
Go to Setup > Maintenance > Reboot on the camera’s webpage.
Click Reboot. A dialog box will appear to ask you if you really want to reboot.
Click OK, and wait for the system to complete booting.
6.4. Factory Default
Resetting the device back to the factory default will initialize all the parameters of the device.
However, the factory default on the webpage allows a certain main parameters to be
preserved.
On the camera
1. Press the reset button and hold it while the device is powered on.
2. Release the button after 10 seconds.
3. Wait for the system to reboot.
On the webpage
1.
Go to Setup > Maintenance > Reset All Settings on the camera’s webpage.
2.
Select the items among network settings, user account information and time zone setting to
keep from the factory default.
3.
Click Reset All Settings. A dialog box will appear to ask you if you want to reset all settings.
4.
Click OK, and wait until the Reset All Settings page is refreshed after the reboot.
Then, all the parameters except for the unchecked items will be initialized.
The factory default settings can be inferred as follows:
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IP address:
Network mask:
Gateway:
User ID:
Password:
192.168.xx.yy
255.255.0.0
192.168.0.1
root
pass
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6.5. Safe Mode
What is Safe Mode?
There may be certain occasions that your camera repeatedly fails to boot. Then, your camera
may enter safe mode to be recovered from the occasions.
What may have caused Safe Mode?
Here below are the main typical causes.
* The power supply is continually unplugged certain times in the middle of system booting.
* The firmware files required for system booting are damaged.
* There are conflicts in the system settings.
How to recover your system from Safe Mode
Browse..
The messages above will appear on the webpage when your device has been rebooted in safe
mode. Then, you should follow the instructions on the webpage according to each step.
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There is another method to update firmware, which is using IPAdminTool.
Please refer to ‘IPAdminTool User’s Manual.pdf’ for the detailed procedure.
If your device is still in safe mode after trying to update firmware, please contact
your local agency to get further assistance.
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APPENDIX (A): SPECIFICATIONS
Summary
Camera Module
Image Sensor
CMOS
Effective Pixels
Scanning system
Resolution
Min.
ELECTRICAL
Illumination
AGC Control
Lens
Sony STARVIS Exmor 1/2.8” 1080p CMOS
1920x1080
Progressive scanning
1920 x 1080
Color: 0.01 Lux (DSS On)
B/W : 0 Lux (IR LED On)
Auto
2.8(w) – 12.0 mm(t),
RC6702SV-7311-H
F1.4 (w) – F2.6 (t), Optical 4x
RC6702SV-7311-V722-H
7.0(w) ~ 22.0 mm(t),
F1.4(w) – F2.8(t), Optical 3x
Day & Night
Removable IR Cut Filter
Wide Dynamic Range
True WDR
IR Illumination
IR LED
High Power IR LED x 16 (850 nm)
IR Working Distance
Max. 50 M (164 FT)
Video
Compression Format
H.264 and MJPEG Selectable per Stream
Number of Streams
Dual Stream, Configurable
Resolution
1920x1080, 1280x720, 1120x630, 960x540, 800x450,
640x360, 480x270, 320x180
Compression FPS
30fps@1080p
Motion Detection
Built-in
Burnt-in Text (Digital)
Time stamp and text caption overlay
Analogue Output
NTSC/PAL
Input/output
1/1
Compression Format
G.711
Audio
Function
Digital Input/output
1/1 channel
Network
10/100 Base-T
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Supported
Protocol
QoS Layer 3 DiffServ, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP,
RTCP, RTP/UDP, RTP/TCP, mDNS, UPnP™, SMTP, DHCP, DNS,
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DynDNS, NTP, SNMPv1/v2c/v3(MIB-II), IGMP, ICMP,
SSLv2/v3, TLSv1/1.2, IEEE802.1X
1 x microSD memory card slot
(SD/SDHC up to 32GB supported)
※ Card not included
(Class 4 and higher recommended for HD recordings)
SD Slot
Electrical Characteristics
Power Source
DC 12V (CLASS 2, LPS) / PoE+ (IEEE802.3at)
Power Consumption
Max. 17 W @ DC12V
Video Output
1 Vp-p, 75Ω, Composite
Audio Input
MIC in, Max2 Vp-p, 20 KΩ (90 dB)
Audio Output
Line out, 60 mW, 16 Ω (95 dB)
D/I
D/O
Max 50 mA@5 VDC, TTL level 1.5V threshold
Max 50 mA@24 VDC
On-state resistance: 50 Ω (max continuous)
Environment Condition
Operating Temperature
[DC12V/PoE+] -40 °C ~ 50 °C (-40 °F ~ 122 °F)
Operating Humidity
Up to 85% RH
Mechanical Condition
Material
Color
Dimension
Weight (Approx.)
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Ivory
86 mm (3.4”) x 83.5 mm (3.3”) X X 280 mm (11”)
895 g (1.97 lb)
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APPENDIX (B): POWER OVER ETHERNET
The Power over Ethernet (PoE) is designed to extract power from a conventional twisted pair
Category 5 Ethernet cable, conforming to the IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
standard.
IEEE 802.3af allows for two power options for Category 5 cables.
The IEEE 802.3af-2003 standard allows up to 15.4 W of power the device. However, 12.95W is
the available power, as some power gets lost in the cable. The updated IEEE 802.3at-2009
(PoE+) standard allows up to 25.5 W (Max 34.2 W) of power the device.
PoE has advantages over conventional power in such places where AC powers cannot be
reached or is expensive to wire.
Power Comparison
Property
802.3af
802.3at
Available Power
12.95 W
25.50 W
Max. Power by PSE
15.40 W
34.20 W
Max. Current
350 mA
600 mA
Supported Cable
Category 3 or higher
Category 5 or higher
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For proper activation of PoE, the Category 5 cable must be shorter than 100m and
conform the PoE standard.
Note
With non-Power Sourcing Equipment (non-PSE)
When it is connected with non PSE, the power adaptor should be connected.
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With power adaptor
Connecting both PSE and power adaptor does not do any harm to the product.
Disconnecting PSE or power adaptor from device does not reboot the device as
long as either one is connected to the device.
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APPENDIX (C): DIMENSIONS
(Unit: mm)
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APPENDIX (D): HEXADECIMAL-DECIMAL
CONVERSION TABLE
Refer to the following table when you convert the MAC address of your device to IP address.
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
Hex
Dec
0
0
25
37
4A
1
1
26
38
4B
74
6F
111
94
75
70
112
95
148
B9
185
DE
222
149
BA
186
DF
223
2
2
27
39
4C
76
71
113
96
150
BB
187
E0
224
3
3
28
4
4
29
40
4D
77
72
41
4E
78
73
114
97
151
BC
188
E1
225
115
98
152
BD
189
E2
226
5
5
2A
42
4F
79
74
116
99
153
BE
190
E3
227
6
7
6
2B
43
50
7
2C
44
51
80
75
117
9A
154
BF
191
E4
228
81
76
118
9B
155
C0
192
E5
229
8
8
2D
45
52
82
77
119
9C
156
C1
193
E6
230
9
9
2E
46
53
83
78
120
9D
157
C2
194
E7
231
0A
10
2F
47
54
84
79
121
9E
158
C3
195
E8
232
0B
11
30
48
55
85
7A
122
9F
159
C4
196
E9
233
0C
12
31
49
56
86
7B
123
A0
160
C5
197
EA
234
0D
13
32
50
57
87
7C
124
A1
161
C6
198
EB
235
0E
14
33
51
58
88
7D
125
A2
162
C7
199
EC
236
0F
15
34
52
59
89
7E
126
A3
163
C8
200
ED
237
10
16
35
53
5A
90
7F
127
A4
164
C9
201
EE
238
11
17
36
54
5B
91
80
128
A5
165
CA
202
EF
239
12
18
37
55
5C
92
81
129
A6
166
CB
203
F0
240
13
19
38
56
5D
93
82
130
A7
167
CC
204
F1
241
14
20
39
57
5E
94
83
131
A8
168
CD
205
F2
242
15
21
3A
58
5F
95
84
132
A9
169
CE
206
F3
243
16
22
3B
59
60
96
85
133
AA
170
CF
207
F4
244
17
23
3C
60
61
97
86
134
AB
171
D0
208
F5
245
18
24
3D
61
62
98
87
135
AC
172
D1
209
F6
246
19
25
3E
62
63
99
88
136
AD
173
D2
210
F7
247
1A
26
3F
63
64
100
89
137
AE
174
D3
211
F8
248
1B
27
40
64
65
101
8A
138
AF
175
D4
212
F9
249
1C
28
41
65
66
102
8B
139
B0
176
D5
213
FA
250
1D
29
42
66
67
103
8C
140
B1
177
D6
214
FB
251
1E
30
43
67
68
104
8D
141
B2
178
D7
215
FC
252
1F
31
44
68
69
105
8E
142
B3
179
D8
216
FD
253
20
32
45
69
6A
106
8F
143
B4
180
D9
217
FE
254
21
33
46
70
6B
107
90
144
B5
181
DA
218
FF
255
22
34
47
71
6C
108
91
145
B6
182
DB
219
23
35
48
72
6D
109
92
146
B7
183
DC
220
24
36
49
73
6E
110
93
147
B8
184
DD
221
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RC Series
RC6702SV-7311 Installation Guide
REVISION HISTORY
MAN#
DATE(M/D/Y)
02-2017-A
02/08/2017
First release version of RC6702SV Series
04-2017-A
04/03/2017
Added some network protocols to the specification table
Corrected the size of the image sensor (1/2.9” -> 1/2.8”)
04-2017-B
04/14/2017
Corrected the IR working distance in the specification table
04-2017-B
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