Brigade IP-1200C (5937) User manual

Brigade IP-1200C (5937) User manual
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Contents
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IP-1200C
Model No.
IP-1200C-C
IP-1200C-FIX
Quantity
1
1
Description
IP Camera only - Interior use, Audio (1080P)
2 x M3 Fixing Screws and 1 x T10 TORX
Wrench (L Shape) (Not shown)
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PIN #
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Wire Colour
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ORANGE-WHITE
RED
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BLACK
BLACK RUBBER PAD
Part No.
5962
5972
Description
TXTX+
+12V
RXRX+
GND
Specifications
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IP-1200C - Internal dome camera
Camera views
PICK-UP DEVICE
Specifications
VIDEO COMPRESSION
CMOS
H.264 or H.265
NETWORK PROTOCOL MDR5, TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP, NTP, FTP
PICTURE ELEMENTS 1920*1080
IMAGE SIZE 1/2.9
EFFECTIVE HOR. RESOLUTION 800 TV Lines
REQUIRED ILLUMINATION 0.1 Lux (Color Illumination)
POWER SUPPLY 12Vdc ± 2Vdc
POWER CONSUMPTION 3.5W (at 12Vdc)
LENS ANGLE 129º(D) 106º(H) 61º(V)
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE -40°C ~ 70°C
STORAGE TEMPERATURE RANGE -40°C ~ 85°C
WEIGHT436g
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 101.5mm x 54.6mm x 96mm
Quick
Quick installation
installation instructions
instructions
Quick
installation
instructions
Quick installation instructions
Inside view (front to rear)
IP-1200C
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IP-1200C
IP-1X00C
Quick installation instructions
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Quick Start Steps
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Disclaimer
IP-1200C
Quick Start Steps
Note: It is recommended to choose channels 5-6 when using an
MDR-504XX-XXXX and channels 9-16 when using an
MDR-508XX-XXXX to avoid conflict with analogue cameras.
Step 1
After connecting the IP camera with an MDR, go to the MDR On Screen
Display. Right click to show the function bar and click the profile icon.
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Do not change Protocol Type from default settings of 'MDRS'
After binding EACH camera channel click “Save”.
Quick installation instructions
Internet Protocol cameras have an inherent time delay and are designed
to capture footage and help drivers and operators by providing high
quality retrospective evidence in the event of an incident.
Internet Protocol cameras should not be used as a driver aid when
performing vehicle manoeuvres and do not exempt the driver from taking
every normal precaution to ensure safety.
No liability arising out of the use or failure of the product can in any way
be attached to Brigade or to the distributor.
Use Buttons “Previous CH” and “Next CH” to view and setup each IP
camera
Click “Exit” to exit IP camera setup page.
Step 4
Click "Surveillance" -> "IPC Setup" -> "Fast Setup"
Step 2
Input password. (Default is “admin”).
Step 5
The MDR will start to search and connect to all IP Cameras (This will take
1-3 seconds).
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The left side of the screen will show a live view of the IP camera. The right
half of the screen will show basic set up options.
IPC ID: A / B;
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Choose
“Setup”
A = current showing IP camera ID
B = total IP camera/s detected
Binding CH: assign the IP camera to the preferred channel.
Step 6
Go back to the Live view page, the IP camera has been successfully
assigned to a specific channel number.
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Option 2: Connecting multiple IP cameras to the MDR using 4-CH or 8-CH PON Switch
Connection
with multiple cameras
Specifications
Option 1: 1 x IP Camera connecting directly to the MDR
12V regulated DC power supply must be used to power IP Cameras (if PON Switch is not used). Alternatively, Brigade recommends the 12V DC supply output
from MDR IO cable.
Quick Start
Connections
with Steps
1 camera
** MDR-504XX-XXXX NOT COMPATIBLE WITH IP-EM-8
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