ICP iCAM-ZMR8422X, iCAM-MR6422X, iCAM-MR6322 User manual

ICP iCAM-ZMR8422X, iCAM-MR6422X, iCAM-MR6322 User manual
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Warranty
All products manufactured by ICP DAS are under warranty regarding defective materials for a
period of one year, beginning from the date of delivery to the original purchaser.
Warning
ICP DAS assumes no liability for any damage resulting from the use of this product. ICP DAS reserves
the right to change this manual at any time without notice. The information furnished by ICP DAS is
believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by ICP DAS for its use,
not for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties resulting from its use.
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Technique: Kevin Ho, Edition: Eva Li, R&D Dept., ICP DAS CO., LTD.
Latest edited by: Eva Li,
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................... 3
Summary ........................................................................................................................................ 5
Key Features ................................................................................................................................... 5
Trademarks & Acknowledgments .................................................................................................. 5
Other References ........................................................................................................................... 5
Caution ........................................................................................................................................... 6
Document Version Modify List: ...................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 1 System Overview ................................................................................................................... 8
1-1 System Architecture ................................................................................................................. 8
1-2 Integrating WISE Edge Controller with iCAM IP Camera ......................................................... 9
1-3 Software Requirements ......................................................................................................... 11
1-3-1 Apple Mac OS ..................................................................................................................... 11
1-3-2 PC Windows OS .................................................................................................................. 11
Chapter 2 Set up iCAM via WISE Controller ......................................................................................... 12
2-1 Flowchart of Setting WISE and iCAM ..................................................................................... 13
2-2 Add iCAM IP Camera .............................................................................................................. 14
2-3 IP Camera List Operation Interface ........................................................................................ 15
2-4 The Setting of iCAM IP Camera (Use WISE) ........................................................................... 16
2-5 The Setting of iCAM IP Camera (Use iCAM) ............................................................... 19
Chapter 3 Before Accessing IP Cameras............................................................................................... 21
3-1 Login ....................................................................................................................................... 21
3-2 Configure IP Addresses using the Web Browser ................................................................... 21
3-3 Configure IP Addresses using the IPScan Utility .................................................................... 21
3-4 Web Browser Settings & Software Components Required.................................................... 23
Chapter 4 IP Camera Operations ......................................................................................................... 24
4-1 HTML Operations ................................................................................................................... 24
4-2 Control Functions ................................................................................................................... 25
4-3 Quick Buttons......................................................................................................................... 26
4-3-1 Record to a Local PC ........................................................................................................... 26
Chapter 5 Basic Mode Setting .............................................................................................................. 27
5-1 System .................................................................................................................................... 27
5-1-1 General ............................................................................................................................... 27
5-1-2 User..................................................................................................................................... 28
5-1-3 Timer ................................................................................................................................... 29
5-2 Video / Audio ......................................................................................................................... 30
5-2-1 General ............................................................................................................................... 30
5-2-2 Smart H.264 ........................................................................................................................ 31
5-2-3 Quality Basic ....................................................................................................................... 32
5-3 Network ................................................................................................................................. 33
5-3-1 General ............................................................................................................................... 33
5-3-2 General IPv6........................................................................................................................ 34
5-3-3 HTTP/RTSP Service .............................................................................................................. 34
5-3-4 HTTPs Service...................................................................................................................... 35
5-4 Maintenance .......................................................................................................................... 36
Chapter 6 Advance Mode Setting ........................................................................................................ 37
6-1 System .................................................................................................................................... 37
6-1-1 System Log .......................................................................................................................... 37
6-2 Video/Audio ........................................................................................................................... 37
6-2-1 Quality Advance .................................................................................................................. 37
6-2-2 Day Mode / Night Mode ..................................................................................................... 38
6-2-3 AGC/Sense Up+................................................................................................................... 39
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6-2-4 HDR vs WDR........................................................................................................................ 39
6-2-5 Auto Focus .......................................................................................................................... 40
6-2-6 Day Night Mode Switch ...................................................................................................... 40
6-2-7 ROI ...................................................................................................................................... 41
6-2-8 Privacy Mask ....................................................................................................................... 41
6-2-9 Lens Distortion Correction .................................................................................................. 42
6-3 Network ................................................................................................................................. 43
6-3-1 Multicast ............................................................................................................................. 43
6-3-2 IP Address Filtering ............................................................................................................. 44
6-3-3 UPnP Settings...................................................................................................................... 44
6-3-4 Bonjour Service................................................................................................................... 44
6-3-5 SDDP/Heartbeat.................................................................................................................. 44
6-4 Event ...................................................................................................................................... 45
6-4-1 IVS Setting ........................................................................................................................... 46
6-4-2 Motion Detection ............................................................................................................... 46
6-4-3 Tampering Detection .......................................................................................................... 47
6-4-4 Alarm Detection.................................................................................................................. 47
6-4-5 Network Detection ............................................................................................................. 47
6-4-6 Push Service Setting ........................................................................................................... 47
6-5 Notification ............................................................................................................................ 48
6-5-1 FTP Service .......................................................................................................................... 48
6-5-2 SMTP (Email) Service .......................................................................................................... 48
6-5-3 HTTP POST Service ...................................................................................................... 49
6-5-4 SD Card Service ................................................................................................................... 49
6-5-5 SD Card Backup ................................................................................................................... 49
6-5-6 SAMBA Service.................................................................................................................... 50
6-5-7 MQTT Service...................................................................................................................... 51
Appendix .............................................................................................................................................. 52
DDNS and PPPoE Network Settings ............................................................................................. 52
Advanced Port Forwarding Technology ....................................................................................... 52
Restore to Factory Default ........................................................................................................... 53
For iPhone Users .......................................................................................................................... 54
For Android Users ........................................................................................................................ 55
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Summary
iCAM-MR6322/6422X/ZMR-8422X Series high performance 2MP and 4MP IP camera is equipped
with the latest technologies including 100 dB high dynamic range, super low light, P-Iris,
multi-streaming, HTML5 streaming, Smart H.264, HTTPs, IPv6, auto focus and adjustable IR LEDs.
The IP cameras provide various alarm notifications including SD card recording, mobile device live
access, email notification with JPEG snapshots, MQTT, SNMP, HTTP push notification, and
JPEG-to-FTP upload. Moreover, the IP cameras are equipped with an intelligent video analytics (IVS)
engine that features sound detection, tampering detection, object counting, and motion detection,
in which advanced alarm information can be integrated by other applications.
The powerful combination of central management system software and IP cameras will maximize
your system performance and deliver an integrated system solution for your migration to IP
videos.
Key Features
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Supports various encoding formats (H.264 and MJPEG)
Built-in intelligent video analytics engine that can send Email or FTP snapshot alarms
Day/night video quality independent scheduling
Audio and motion detection
Two-way audio
Bit rate and frame rate on-the-fly adjustment
Supports Android, iPad, and iPhone mobile live monitoring
Supports dynamic DNS (DDNS) and network time protocol (NTP)
Supports HTTP API integration
Supports G.711
Supports ONVIF protocol
Supports Navigator CMS software
Trademarks & Acknowledgments
Microsoft, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, ActiveX, and Internet Explorer
are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. Java and all
Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
in the United States and other countries. Flash, Macromedia, and Macromedia Flash Player are
either trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States
and/or other countries. Linux and DynDNS are registered trademarks of the respective holders. Intel,
Pentium, and Intel® Core™ 2 Duo are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. FFmpeg is a
trademark of Fabrice Bellard, originator of the FFmpeg project. QuickTime and the QuickTime logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., used under license therefrom.
Other names of companies and their products mentioned in this manual may be trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Other References
Mobile devices
For mobile surveillance, refer to the detail page of IPCamPlus on Apple App Store or Google Play.
Universal ActiveX Control: For viewing MJPEG, H.264 real-time images in Microsoft's IE browser.
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Caution
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Do not drop or damage the equipment
Do not install the equipment near fire or heat sources
Keep the equipment from rain, moisture, smoke, or dust
Do not cover the opening of the cabinet with cloth and/or plastic or install the unit in
poorly ventilated places. Allow 10cm between this unit and its surroundings
Do not continue to operate the unit under abnormal conditions such as smoke, odor, or
loss of signal whilst power is turned on
Do not touch the power cord with wet hands
Do not damage the power cord or leave it under pressure
To avoid unnecessary magnetic interference, do not operate this unit near magnets,
speaker systems, etc.
All connection cables should be grounded properly
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The First Version:
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2. Add Chapter 2: Connect WISE and iCAM
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Chapter 1 System Overview
1-1 System Architecture
The iCAM series IP cameras can be used with WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM. At the same time, the
general NVR host can also connect to the iCAM streaming screen through the ONVIF protocol or the
RTSP protocol for 24 hours a day uninterrupted recording.
When WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM is used with iCAM series network cameras, only when certain
conditions are met, will it take pictures or record videos. Compared with normal NVR mainframes
that use 24 hours a day non-stop video recording, WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM only stores key photos or
videos, which can greatly reduce storage space, making it easier and faster to find key photos or
videos at the moment of the event.
WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM supports LINE Notify, which can send photos of the event and various
on-site data (such as temperature, door opening and closing status) to the mobile phone
immediately.
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1-2 Integrating WISE Edge Controller with iCAM IP Camera
■ Perform Interlocking Operations of I/O & Video Recording by IP Camera
WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM supports max. 4 ICP DAS iCAM IP Camera series. Users can trigger the
connected IP camera to perform snapshot or video recording with IF-THEN-ELSE logic rules.
WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM provides the IP Camera Status webpage to display the event list ordered by
time, and you can just click and play the images or videos on the browser. In additional,
WISE-523x/WISE-2x4xM provides remote backup mechanism to upload images and videos to the
remote FTP server automatically
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■WISE-523x/2x4xM can connect to 4 cameras. There are two methods to get images and videos:
(1) If-Then-Else rule sends commands to trigger camera to take snapshots and/or a video.
(2) Camera takes snapshots and/or a video when senses motion event. And then sends the snapshots
and/or video to the WISE controller.
■ OSD with camera name, time stamp and user's defined text message.
WISE controller supports user's defined text message and show on the video screen. WISE controller has
to sends 2 LINE notifies to delivery completed information. Since the text message is directly embedded
on the screen, a single image can fully express the picture and data at the time of the event.
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1-3 Software Requirements
1-3-1 Apple Mac OS
The IP camera uses HTML5 streaming which supports Safari browser for accessing video streaming
of the IP camera on Apple Mac OS without any software plug-in.
1-3-2 PC Windows OS
Chrome and Edge web browsers that support HTML5 do not need any external software to view camera
images. If you are using the IE web browser, you need to install the Universal ActiveX component to
display MJPEG or H.264 images. When you first log in to our IP camera, you may see a prompt box as
below via Windows OS.
Click Install and follow the instructions to install the necessary components.
In addition, please go to http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer to download the Flash player to
control the PTZ control panel.
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Chapter 2 Set up iCAM via WISE Controller
WISE can connect to ICP DAS iCAM series IP cameras. In the IP camera setting page, users can add the
iCAM camera that WISE wants to connect to, and set the IP, port and model name.
iCAM-ZMR8422X
Camera Model
iCAM-MR6422X
iCAM-MR6322
Supported WISE
1.4.0 or above
firmware version
Default login
admin / pass
account / password
Record video
length
10~60 seconds (configurable)
OSD message
English, Chinese
setting function
Motion Detection
Tampering Detection
Network Lost Detection
Supported Event Type
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2-1 Flowchart of Setting WISE and iCAM
Start
Use IPScan to search/set
iCAM’s IP, Mask,
Login iCAM
(192.160.0.200)
(admin, pass)
Gateway,
Change IP, Mask, Gateway
Login iCAM
Change ID, Password
Change ID, Password
Login WISE
Add iCAM IP Camera
Set
Camera Name,
IP, Mask, Gateway,
Enable iCAM Time Synchronization
Set Motion Detection
Set Snapshot &/or Record
Set Display OSD Message
Add & Set OSD message
Enable Event:
FTP(images), SD(video)
Set Motion Detection:
Detect Range, Time
Add IF-Then-Else Rule,
Add Timer & IF-Then-Else Rule
Trigger iCAM to snapshot /
to display OSD message on
record (Video length fixable
iCAM in setting time.
& can fit to OSD message)
Enable OSD content, OSD time,
Change OSD text size
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2-2 Add iCAM IP Camera
Note:One WISE-523x/WISE-224x controller
allows connections to max. 4 IP Cameras.
The steps to add iCAM are as below:
i.
No: The number will be the order of the IP Cameras. The range is 1 to 4.
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“IP” & “Port”: Input the IP address and Port of this IP Camera.
Figure2: Set up the No, IP address and Port of the IP Cameras
iii. Select the IP Camera's module name: For ICP DAS IP Cameras, the user could select the model
name from the dropdown list.
Figure3:Set up the Model Name of the IP Cameras
iv. Click
to add the IP Camera to the list. After adding the IP Camera, click “Save” button to
save the changes.
Figure4: Add the IP Cameras
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2-3 IP Camera List Operation Interface
After the ICP DAS iCAM IP Cameras are added to the IP Camera list via manual work, the IP Cameras
will be listed as below:
Figure5: iCAM IP Camera List Operation Interface
The following functions allow to perform settings or rearrange the orders of the IP Cameras. Please
select the IP Camera and click on the function button to perform the operations:
 Setting: Click the radio button in front of the IP Camera and click on “Setting” to get into the
setting page of the iCAM
IP Camera. The settings for each iCAM IP Camera will be given in the
following section.
 Move Up: Click the radio button in front of the iCAM IP Camera and click on “Move Up” to
move the iCAM IP Camera to upper order (decrease the index number (No)).
 Move Down: Click the radio button in front of the iCAM IP Camera and click on “Move Down”
to move the iCAM IP Camera to lower order (increase the index number (No)).
 Copy: To copy the settings of a pre-set iCAM IP Camera to the new iCAM IP Camera, please click
the radio button in front of the pre-set iCAM IP Camera and then click on “Copy”, a new iCAM
IP Camera (in sequence) will be added to the list and the settings of the old iCAM IP Camera will
be copied to this newly added iCAM IP Camera.
 Remove: Click the radio button in front of the iCAM IP Camera and click on “Remove” to
remove the selected iCAM IP Camera.
After all settings are completed, click “Save” button to save the changes. The following will describe
the setting of ICP DAS iCAM IP Camera.
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2-4 The Setting of iCAM IP Camera (Use WISE)
The iCAM IP Camera setting interface is shown as below (using iCAM-MR6422X as an example):
Figure6: iCAM IP Camera Setting page
The settings are as below:
 Nickname: For user to define nickname for the IP Camera, the nickname will be displayed on the “IP
Camera Status” and “Rule Setting” pages.
 Description: The field provides a space for the user to make a brief description of this IP Camera.
 IP: Enter the IP address of the IP Camera for the connection.
 Port: Enter the Port number of the IP Camera for the connection.
 Authentication: Because IP Camera requires account and password validation, please enter the login
ID and Password of the IP Camera in the “Authentication” field. About content of the
“Authentication” field, WISE will pre-input the IP Camera's default login ID and Password, if user
has changed the login ID and Password, please also remember to change them in the page.
 Time Synchronization: if user click “Enable” to enable the Time Synchronization function. The
WISE will actively connect with IP Camera to synchronize the clock of IP Camera through network. If
user does not click “Enable”, then IP Camera will synchronize its clock by its original setting.
 File Transfer: The Image files and Video files captured by IP Camera can be uploaded to remote FTP
server of the manage center via FTP protocol. User can directly select the pre-defined FTP server from
the FTP server list or click on “Add new FTP Server” to add a new FTP Server to set up parameters
for FTP Upload.
 Connection Testing: The user could test if the IP Camera setting is correct or not. After clicking
“Testing” button, the WISE will verify the connection status with the IP Camera and reply the result.
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iCAM-ZMR8422X, iCAM-MR6422X and iCAM-MR6322 support to set OSD messages displayed on the
camera stream. The user can edit the OSD messages to be displayed on the Camera stream when a
special event occurs, and the content of OSD message can include the real-time I/O channel data. User
can set the color of the OSD message and the length of the display time, and can set the current
message to be cleared or display another message after the length of the display time is exceeded. The
settings are as below:
 Click on “Add new OSD message”, a setting page will appear as below:
Figure7: iCAM IP Camera OSD Message Setting page
 Input a name in the “Nickname” field and could input the description of this OSD message in
the “Description” field.
 Enter the content of the OSD message in the “Content” field. WISE provides the “Real-time
variable editor” for users to add current I/O channel values or Internal Register values into the
content of the message.
 In the “Color” field, select the color of the OSD message. There are six options: white, black, red,
green, blue and yellow.
 In the “Duration Setting” section, set the duration of the OSD message in the “Time” field.
The range is from 0 to 65535 seconds.
 In “Timeout Action” field, users can set “Clear the content” to clear the OSD message when
the length of the display time of the current message is exceeded the setting of "Duration"; or set
“Change the content” to change the content and the color of the OSD message with the
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settings below. The changed OSD message would be displayed until next OSD message is
triggered to display.
 After all settings are completed, click “OK” button to save the setting of OSD message, and
return to the IP Camera setting page.
Note: The OSD message only can be entered in one line, and be displayed at the left-top corner of the
camera stream. Following is example for reference.
WISE DONOT set these
items, please set them
in the IP camera.
The number of characters that can be displayed is depended on the resolution setting of the IP
Camera. If the OSD message cannot be displayed completely, please reduce the character number
of the message.
After all settings of the IP Camera are completed, click “OK” button to save the changes and return to
IP Camera List.
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2-5 The Setting of iCAM IP Camera (Use iCAM)
ICP DAS iCAM IP Camera provides Schedule, Motion Detection, GPIO, Snapshot and Video recording
functions. If the user wants to add the iCAM IP Camera's event into the WISE's IF-THEN-ESLE rule as the
IF Condition or THEN/ELSE action, or requires the iCAM IP Camera to report the status of Motion
detection to WISE, please complete the Event setting of iCAM IP Camera in advance. The setting screen
references are as below:
Figure 8: iCAM IP Camera Motion Detection Range Setting Page
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Here you can configure the detection settings for motion, facial, tamper, audio, alarm, and network failure. Choose
an event type in the drop-down menu, and click “Edit Event”.
Then the page allows you to choose the action to take when the chosen events are detected, such as sending JPEG
images to an FTP server or an email account, and/or triggering SD card video recording. To schedule event
monitoring, choose “Schedule” when you edit an event and highlight the time periods you want the IP camera to
detect events. Click “Submit” for the changes to take effect.
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FTP Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the preset FTP server in the preset time.
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SMTP Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the preset email account in the preset time.
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SD Card Service: If event is detected, trigger SD card video recording and send video (*.mp4) to the preset
FTP server in the preset time.
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SAMBA Service: If event is detected, send alarms to the device linked with the iCAM in the preset time.
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HTTP POST Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the filled URL website in the preset time.
To change the action and event types, go to the detail settings.
After setting up WISE to connect to the iCAM, there is no need to set up the FTP settings on the iCAM about FTP of
the event. The WISE will automatically assign the FTP settings into the iCAM IP camera.
※ If you need more detailed information, please refer to the WISE user manual for advanced function settings.
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Chapter 3 Before Accessing IP Cameras
Before accessing the IP cameras, make sure that the camera’s RJ-45 network connector, audio cable, and power cable
are properly connected. To set the IP address, consult your network administrator. The default IP address for each IP
camera is 192.168.0.200. Users can use the default IP address to verify the camera’s network connection.
3-1 Login
You can log in to the camera as administrator or guest. The default username for administrator
is admin, and the password pass. Then press Sign in to log in.
Default camera IP/user name/password:
IP: 192.168.0.200
Username: admin
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Password: pass
Gateway: 192.168.0.1
3-2 Configure IP Addresses using the Web Browser
To change an IP address on a webpage, type the default IP address (192.168.0.200) into the browser
address bar and follow the steps below:
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Log in to your IP camera using the default username admin and default password pass
Click Setup → Network to edit or modify IP address, subnet mask, gateway, or HTTP port
Click Submit for the changes to take effect.
3-3 Configure IP Addresses using the IPScan Utility
To configure the IP address of your cameras, download IPScan from our official website. To change the IP address,
subnet mask, gateway, or HTTP port of your cameras, follow the steps below:
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Run the IPScan utility
Click Refresh. All available devices will be listed on the screen
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Select the device item from the device list
To edit or modify IP address, subnet mask, gateway, or HTTP port, use the box
Click Apply for the changes to take effect
Click Refresh again to verify the changed settings
If the device cannot be scanned, check "ONVIF" & "ONVIF Deep Search" in the device type and refresh again.
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3-4 Web Browser Settings & Software Components Required
Make sure your Internet browser allows signed ActiveX plug-in to run on your PC. Set Download
Signed ActiveX plug-in controls to Prompt and enable Run ActiveX control and plug-in. You can set
this in Internet Explorer → Tools → Internet Options → Security → Custom Settings.
Once completed, you can access the IP camera’s live video by entering the default IP address via a
web browser. A security warning dialog box will appear. Click OK to download the ActiveX directly
from the IP camera.
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Chapter 4 IP Camera Operations
4-1 HTML Operations
When logged in as an administrator, two main features are available: 1) camera operations and 2)
configurations.
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Quick buttons—IP camera shortcuts
ActiveX display screen—Display RTSP H.264 or MJPEG streaming video
Profile switching menu—Switching from one profile to another
Setup buttons—IP camera setup menu
Zoom & Focus control panel
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4-2 Control Functions
Zoom out
Focus far
Zoom in
Focus near
Enable auto focus
ROI Function
Check to enable ROI
Adjust the zoom and focus speed
Move the screen to the chosen preset point
The ActiveX control provides an ePTZ (electronic Pan, Tilt, and Zoom) feature. To perform an ePTZ
operation, hold and drag your mouse across the screen. (Bullet type ZMR-8422X supports this.)
Move your cursor to the PIP window and drag inside it to perform ePan and eTilt actions. The scroll
wheel can be used to zoom in and zoom out. (Bullet type ZMR-8422X supports this.)
Right-click on the video to exit the ePTZ mode.
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4-3 Quick Buttons
The quick control panel buttons are described below:
Take a snapshot of the video
Start recording
Pause recording
Speaker on/off
Microphone on/off
Enlarge the live view
Three ROI views and one panoramic view (panoramic
camera only)
Four ROI views (panoramic camera only)
One 180-degree view and two ROI views and one
panoramic view (panoramic camera only)
Two 180 degree views (panoramic camera only)
4-3-1 Record to a Local PC
To record to a local PC, right-click anywhere on the screen. Choose Setting to specify the recording
paths and recording sizes, and choose Recording On to start recording.
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Chapter 5 Basic Mode Setting
As an administrator, you can configure the IP camera via a standard HTML webpage. Click Setup at
the top-right corner of the screen after log in to the camera, and will enter the Basic Mode settings.
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5-1 System
5-1-1 General
Under System Setup → General, you will see server system information, such as MAC address,
firmware version, user settings, and system time settings. To modify these options, follow the
instructions below
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MAC Address: The MAC address of the camera
Firmware Version: Firmware version of the camera
OS Version: The version number of the camera
System Reboot Time: The last time your system was rebooted.
Device Name: The device name can be found using the IPscan utility, which allows you to
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identify IP cameras. To change the device name, enter a new name for the IP camera and
click Submit.
OSD Font: Enable to display the device name on the ActiveX OSD.
OSD Time: Enable to display camera time on the ActiveX OSD.
OSD Font Size: Adjust the size of the ActiveX OSD.
OSD Zoom Ratio: Enable to display camera zoom ratio on the OSD.
1920 x 1080 OSD Font Size: The streaming font size at 1920x1080 resolution
720 x 480 OSD Font Size: The streaming font size at 720x480 resolution
352 x 240 OSD Font Size: The streaming font size at 352x240 resolution
ActiveX OSD Display: Enable/disable to display/hide the device name.
ActiveX OSD Name: The name you enter here will be displayed on the ActiveX
Web Title Name: Enter the name to be displayed on the web browser.
Low Latency Mode: Enable to reduce latency of the ActiveX.
Note: ActiveX is for Windows OS only.
5-1-2 User
The IP camera supports up to 10 user accounts. Each account can be individually configured for its
access rights. To add/edit a user, click Add/Edit User. To access an IP camera without authentication,
switch the Bypass Logon option to On. Enable IPScan Bypass Logon to log in the camera through
IPScan without authentication. To add a user, press Add User, and you will see the following screen.
Enter the account name and password for the new account, and then check to assign the access
rights for this account.
To edit account information, click Edit User. To delete a user, click Remove User. Click Submit to
update the settings.
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5-1-3 Timer
You can change the time of your camera through a HTML web page. Simply select the date and time in
the drop-down menus, and click Submit to apply. You may also set the daylight saving time in this page.
Synchronize with an NTP server
Note: This function requires Internet connection.
To synchronize with an NTP server, change the Synchronize with NTP to Every Hour. The camera will synchronize its
system time with a time server every hour.
Synchronize with an WISE controller
Note: This function requires Internet connection.
To synchronize with an WISE controller, need to set up the IP camera on the WISE. Enable the “Time Synchronization”,
and the WISE will synchronize the IP camera time.
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5-2 Video / Audio
To transmit video over a low bandwidth network such as the Internet, set the bit rate close to the actual
upload bandwidth. The camera encodes frames based on the bit rate setting.
5-2-1 General
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Encoder#: 4 customizable Encoders
Video Standard: NTSC/PAL video systems
Fixed Bitrate Mode: Enable to set the bitrate to a fixed constant
Corridor Mode: Rotate the screen 90° or 270° clockwise
Output Frame Rate: The frame rate of the video
GOP: The number of I-frames to be displayed in one second
VBR/CBR Mode: Variable bit rate, an encoding mode that reduces the use of bandwidth; CBR:
constant bit rate, an encoding mode that consumes more bandwidth
Bit rate: The maximum bit rate available for your network connection
Alarm Weighted Mode: Enable to prioritize as the output stream you want to see when an
alarm is detected
RTSP URL: Allows you to see the video stream through the Real Time Streaming Protocol
Image Quality: The compression rate of the MJPEG stream
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5-2-2 Smart H.264
The IP camera supports Smart H.264 for higher compression without sacrificing video quality. Choose
Smart H.264 at Stream Mode.
Note: Smart H.264 model only
From the picture below, Smart H.264 can have higher compression in bitrate at 1080P video. The foreground is the
moving objects or the region of interest window. The background is the non-moving objects in a video.
To setup Smart H.264 feature, follow the steps below:
 Stream Mode: Select Smart H.264
 Smart H.264 Mode: Auto, Area, or Hybrid selection mode
 Foreground Quality: Moving object or Smart H.264 window
 Background Quality: Non-moving objects or none Smart H.264 defined windows
 Sensitivity: Smart H.264 moving objects (foreground) detection sensitivity, the higher
sensitivity means higher compression rate.
 Window: Select which window for defining the Smart H.264 window.
 Window Enable: Enable Smart H.264 window.
 End Edit: Finish defining the setting of Smart H.264 window.
 Clean: Clean the current defined Smart H.264 window.
 Clean All: Clean all the defined Smart H.264 windows.
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5-2-3 Quality Basic
This menu allows you to adjust brightness, auto contrast, contrast, hue, saturation, and sharpness both for the
Day Mode and Night Mode. Individual day/night settings ensure the camera to provide optimal video quality.
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5-3 Network
5-3-1 General
Network settings are the basic settings that connect IP cameras to the network. The default IP address of
our IP cameras is 192.168.0.200. Enter this IP address into your web browser to verify the network
connection between a local PC and your IP camera.
To set up a local area network, enter the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS. Also enter account
name and password if you are using PPPoE to connect to the network. Click Submit to update the
settings.
To acquire Internet access, contact your local Internet Service Provider (ISP) for a global IP address.
Enter the IP address (global), subnet mask, and gateway IP provided by your ISP.
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Default DNS—The IP address of the default and first DNS server
Second DNS IP Address—The IP address of the backup and second DNS server to the
default DNS
PPPoE Account—Username of the PPPoE service
PPPoE Password—Password of the PPPoE service
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5-3-2 General IPv6
Enter IPv6 IP address, default router, and default DNS for IPv6 service.
5-3-3 HTTP/RTSP Service
HTTP and RTSP are two reliable protocols for video streaming. With correct port forwarding, videos can
be sent over the Internet. Details are described in the appendix. To change the HTTP port number,
consult your network administrator. Choose the streaming type you want to use (HTTP or RTSP/UDP).
Click Submit for the changes to take effect.
Settings on this page are described below:
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ONVIF: Choose a ONVIF protocol from the drop-down list
RTSP Package Size: Choose the size of each RTSP package depending on your bandwidth
METADATA: Enable/disable METADATA
RTCP Check: Enable to send RTCP packages for transmission optimization
Repeated Delivery of SPS/PPS: Enable to send SPS/PPS information before I frames
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RTSP Authentication: Enabling this option will require username and password when
connecting to the RTSP stream
Video Port: Choose between HTTP or RTSP/UDP for your stream
Profile Name: Change the profile name
5-3-4 HTTPs Service
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5-4 Maintenance
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Initialize without Network Settings: Restoring to factory settings does not affect the network settings.
The network account ID, password, camera name, IP addresses, subnet mask and gateway will be kept,
all others settings will be restored to factory settings.
Initialize All Settings: Restoring all items to factory settings
In the Maintenance page, to update the firmware of your IP camera, click Choose File and locate the update file. Click
Submit to start the firmware update. To export the configuration file of your IP camera, click Export. To import the
configuration file of IP camera, click Choose File beside the Import and click Upgrade.
In the Maintenance page, you can click Load Default to restore the camera to factory settings, or click Reboot System to
restart the camera.
Warning: Never disconnect the power during the update. This could cause irreversible damage to your device.
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Chapter 6 Advance Mode Setting
As an administrator, you can configure the IP camera via a standard HTML webpage. Click Setup at the top-right corner
of the screen after log in to the camera, and will enter the Advance Mode. The Advanced Mode provides several
professional settings that are not available in the Basic Mode.
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6-1 System
6-1-1 System Log
You can view the system-generated log in this page. Click Save to export the log to a text file.
6-2 Video/Audio
Note: Setting options may differ depending on the model you use.
6-2-1 Quality Advance
In this page, you have access to Exposure, Automatic Gain Control, White Balance Control, Sense Up,
Shutter Speed, IR-Cut, and Iris settings allowing you to adjust camera video quality for day and night.
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6-2-2 Day Mode / Night Mode
The IP camera provides two sets of video quality database for day or night mode. This is very useful
settings for video quality especially for ANPR/LPR application where the shutter speed can be
customized at night. The video quality settings can be applied by Day and Night Switch explained later
in this chapter.
Video setting options are described as follows:
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White Balance Control: sets white balance configurations for different scenarios
including tungsten, indoor, fluorescents, or outdoor environments, or choose Auto
for the camera to automatically switch between white balance settings
Mirror: flips the video horizontally
Flip: flips the video vertically
Exposure Value: adjusts the value of exposure; the higher the value is set, the
brighter the video is
WDR: enables or disables Wide Dynamic Range to capture greater details
Back-light Compensation: increases the exposure of objects with insufficient light
DC- Iris/P-Iris Mode: turn on to enable auto iris adjustment
Shutter Limit: set the min and max shutter values
Auto Gain Control (Sense Up+): see the below description
3D Noise Reduction: suppresses noise occurred in low lighting conditions
Sense Up: select the level of Sense Up to enhance the video
Color Mode: switch between color/black-and-white mode
IR LED: Turn on to activate the infrared LED
IR Cut Filter: enable/disable the IR cut filter
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6-2-3 AGC/Sense Up+
Sense Up+ (AGC) is a low-light and high-sensitivity DSP control that enables outstanding video quality
even in low-light environments. Sense Up+ technology can be used for both black-and-white and/or
color video modes. To enable Sense Up+, first enable Auto Gain Control (AGC). Use Sense Up+ with 3D
noise reduction (3D DNR) can reduce noise that occurs in low light environments. AGC and 3D DNR do
not cause motion blur. If the picture is still too dark under the environment, turn on Sense Up (slow
shutter) instead, however, it may cause motion blur in low-light conditions.
6-2-4 HDR vs WDR
The IP camera contains HDR or WDR for strong back light environment. Turn on HDR mode if the
camera points to strong light environment.
Note: Once HDR mode is activated, video frame rate and resolution get dropped.
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6-2-5 Auto Focus
Here you are allowed to change the settings of autofocus functions for autofocus-supported
cameras.
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Zoom Speed: Set the speed for Zoom In and Zoom Out
Focus Speed: Set the speed for Focus Near and Focus Far
Quick Zoom: Zoom to the ratio you specified
Quick Focus: Click to focus automatically
Lens Initialize: Click to reset zoom speed, focus speed, and zoom ratio to factory defaults
Note: Auto focus camera only
6-2-6 Day Night Mode Switch
The Day Night Mode Switch allows you to schedule IR activities by (1) auto, (2) day, (3) night, (4)
schedule, or (5) external control. When the setting is set to Auto, the IR module is turned on/off
automatically according to the signal from the light sensor. The Night setting removes the IR cut filter,
and the Day setting keeps the filter on. If you choose Schedule, the filter turns on/off according to the
set time period.
Day Night Mode Switch setting options are described as follows:
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Auto: select the delay time for switching day/night mode
Day Mode: fix the camera to day mode
Night Mode: fix the camera to night mode and turn on the infrared function
Schedule: Set the switching time of day/night mode
Note: IR-cut camera model only.
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6-2-7 ROI
The IP camera supports the Region of Interest (ROI) function. Click Enable ROI to enable the
function, and use the arrow buttons to move the view for each preset.
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Stream Profile: choose the stream format for the ROI
Preset: provides 16 ROI presets to choose from
Dwell Time: the amount of time the camera stays on the ROI
Speed: the speed for the camera to move to the ROI
Click Save for the changes to take effect, or Clear all to clear all the settings
Note: Options may differ depending on the model you use.
Note: By enabling privacy masking, ROI will be turned on automatically, and EPTZ will be disabled.
6-2-8 Privacy Mask
The IP camera provides up to 4 sets of privacy masking. Select any of the masking numbers and drag to
mask specific areas. Select Clean to clean one set, select Clean all to clean all 4 sets.
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6-2-9 Lens Distortion Correction
Lens distortion correction (LDC) is software based wide lens distortion correction via DSP/ISP. Retail
application normally requires a wide angle lens (1.8mm~2.2mm) for its video. LDC feature allows
correcting the distortion. Click Zoom and Strength features for the correction.
Warning: LDC feature does not support 4:3 resolution ratio for the main stream. For LED feature,
please set the main stream at 16:9 resolution ratio.
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6-3 Network
6-3-1 Multicast
The IP camera supports video streaming of 4 different content formats. Under this page, you can
configure the settings for individual streams.
Note: The user does not need to set the stream setting value that IP camera to connect with the WISE controller here.
The WISE controller will issue a CGI command to the Camera to set a specific value.
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6-3-2 IP Address Filtering
The IP camera provides an IP address filter to help you block unauthorized IP addresses from accessing
the IP camera. Enable the service before you enter the IP address you want to block, and press Add. Click
Delete to remove an IP address from the list.
6-3-3 UPnP Settings
The UPnP service is a network protocol that allows Windows PC users to identify IP cameras in a LAN
environment. To activate the UPnP service, choose Enable to activate. In Windows, go to Network→File
Explorer to see the IP cameras via the UPnP protocol.
6-3-4 Bonjour Service
Bonjour is Apple’s implementation of zero-configuration networking protocol. Click Enable to activate
this service.
6-3-5 SDDP/Heartbeat
With SDDP/Heartbeat support, you can connect to any compatible devices. Enable the service before
you make the connection.
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6-4 Event
Here you can configure the detection settings for motion, facial, tamper, audio, alarm, and network failure. Choose an
event type in the drop-down menu, and click Edit Event.
Then the page you see allows you to choose the action to take when the chosen events are detected, such as sending
JPEG images to an FTP server or an email account, and/or triggering SD card video recording. To schedule event
monitoring, choose Schedule when you edit an event and highlight the time periods you want the IP camera to detect
events. Click Submit for the changes to take effect.
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FTP Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the preset FTP server in the preset time.
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SMTP Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the preset email account in the preset time.
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SD Card Service: If event is detected, trigger SD card video recording and send video (*.mp4) to the preset
FTP server in the preset time.
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SAMBA Service: If event is detected, send alarms to the device linked with the iCAM in the preset time.
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HTTP POST Service: If event is detected, send JPEG images to the filled URL website in the preset time.
To change the action and event types, go to the detail settings.
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6-4-1 IVS Setting
The IP camera provides IVS features including tampering detection, audio detection, tripe wire, and
object counting. The features are described below:
Note: IVS model only
6-4-2 Motion Detection
Once the above configurations are set, click Motion Detection to determine the areas to monitor. Simply double-click or
drag across the areas you want to monitor, and cancel your selection by double-click again or drag across the areas you
don’t want to monitor with the right mouse button.
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6-4-3 Tampering Detection
The IP camera can send tamper alarms when the focus or view of the IP camera is changed, or the lens is
obstructed by paint or stain. Click Enable to activate this function and configure the settings.
6-4-4 Alarm Detection
If you connect an external alarm digital input to the IP camera, enable Alarm Notification and switch
between NO (normally open) and NC (normally closed) for the input.
6-4-5 Network Detection
Enable this option to send a notification upon network failure.
6-4-6 Push Service Setting
After an alarm event occurs, iOS or Android alarm events can be pushed. When IPCamPlus is
connected to the camera, this form will record the ID of the push phone. You can use this form to
determine whether IPCamPlus has completed the connection with the camera. Click Delete to
cancel the push service of the mobile phone.
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6-5 Notification
6-5-1 FTP Service
Enter the required FTP information to send alarm snapshots to an FTP server.
Note: When used with WISE, the WISE controller will set the related FTP parameters actively.
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FTP server IP/DNS— IP address or domain name of the FTP server
Account— account name to log in to the FTP server
Password— password of the account
Directory—file path for storing the JPEG snapshots
Prefix—prefix of the JPEG filename
Date format—date string for the JPEG filename
Postfix—postfix of the JPEG filename
6-5-2 SMTP (Email) Service
For alarm notification with JPEG snapshots,
enter the required information to enable this
Email notification service.
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6-5-3 HTTP POST Service
Through the POST protocol, the IP camera can automatically send notification snapshots to a website if
an alarm is triggered.
6-5-4 SD Card Service
Ensure a SD card is properly installed to the IP camera before you enable the SD recording option. The IP
camera will start recording videos when an alarm occurs.
Warning: Ensure to click Unmount before removing the SD card, or the system may crash.
6-5-5 SD Card Backup
To download a specific clip, right-click the file you want to download and save the AVI file to a local PC.
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6-5-6 SAMBA Service
The streaming of the IP camera can be recorded as AVI files to a Samba server. Continuous and
pre-alarm recordings are available. To do so, provide required information for Samba service. Circular
recording is available for overwriting the oldest recording files if the Samba server gets full.
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Samba Recording OSD: Timestamp OSD on the AVI files
Recording Format: The resolution of the AVI files
Pre-record Time: Pre-alarm recording based on the alarm settings
Samba Server IP: The IP address of the Samba server
Samba Server’s Port: The port number of the Samba server
Samba Server Password: The password of the Samba server
Samba Server Directory: The target path of the recordings on the Samba server
Samba Status: The connection status of the Samba server
Samba Total Bytes: The storage size of the Samba server
Samba Free Bytes: The free storage size of the Samba server
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6-5-7 MQTT Service
The IP camera provides MQTT service. MQTT server is widely used by IoT applications. The IP camera provides MQTT
service for (1) event notifications, (2) controls and (3) returns. The services of Publish and Subscribe are supported. For
more programming information, visit web site for IP Camera MQTT SDK.
To configure MQTT service, follow the descriptions below:
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MQTT Status: Enable MQTT service of the IP camera
MQTT Server:The MQTT server
MQTT Port: The port number of the MQTT server
MQTT Client ID: The client ID of the camera for uniqueness
MQTT UUID: The MQTT UID of the camera
Authentication: Enable authentication for accessing the IP camera
Account: The account for accessing the IP camera
Password: The password for accessing the IP camera
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Appendix
DDNS and PPPoE Network Settings
One of the advantages of adopting DDNS and PPPoE services is to save the cost of renting a global IP
address. When you power on a IP camera with a video server and connect to the Internet with the PPPoE
service, the camera asks your ISP for a dynamic global IP address. This Internet-accessible IP address will
be renewed by the ISP every time you log on the Internet.
Whenever the IP is changed, the camera with the video server will notify the DDNS server of your new IP
address. A remote user who intends to connect to the camera with the video server can enter the
domain name in the web browser. The domain name will be translated to a new IP address to be used by
the camera.
Advanced Port Forwarding Technology
Communication port forwarding technology has been widely used to share a global Internet IP to other
devices on the network. The infrastructure of this technology is shown in the below figure, in which the
port 80 of the IP router is forwarded to the device with an IP of 192.168.0.10, and the port 81 of the
router is forwarded to the device with an IP of 192.168.0.11. When a remote PC on the Internet tries to
access the port 81, the user is actually accessing 192.168.0.11, private IP given by the router.
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Restore to Factory Default
 To restore the IP camera to the factory
default, follow the below procedures:
1. Remove the cover of IP Camera. Press and
hold the RESET button (as the figure) for
more than 10 seconds until the Len LED
flashes once, then release the button.
2. The IP camera will restart.
3. Launch to IPScan Utility to search for the IP
camera.
4. Access the IP camera via an Internet
browser.
5. Enter the default username (admin) and
password (pass).
Default camera IP/user name/password:
IP: 192.168.0.200
Username: admin
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Password: pass
Gateway: 192.168.0.1
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For iPhone Users
Tap App Store, and search and download IPCamPlus. Or, you can scan the QR Code below:
Open IPCamPlus, then choose tab Groupings. Select a group, choose an IP camera type, and add a
IP camera.
Next, enter IP camera information as follows:
1. Cam Name: IP Camera or DVR camera name
2. URL: IP address
3. Port
4. Enter your username and password. The default IP camera user name is admin, password
pass. The default DVR user name is admin, password 1111.
After you enter the above information, tap Done to save the changes, and the live view of your IP
camera or DVR will appear.
Note:
The IPCamplus APP communicate with the camera directly through the IP address, not through the network service
platform. Therefore, to connect the camera from the external network to the internal network, you need to ask the
network administrator to set the NAT on the router. Although it is not very convenient, but, it does not need to go
through the network service platform, the security of the data can be ensured, and It is no need to worry about the
IPCamplus APP being unavailable after the network service platform stops serving.
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For Android Users
Tap Play Store to download IPCamPlus, or scan the following QR code.
Open IPCamPlus, then choose tab Groupings. Select a group, choose a IP camera type, and add an
IP camera.
Next, enter IP camera information as follows:
1. Cam Name: IP Camera or DVR camera name
2. URL: IP address
3. Port
4. Enter your username and password. The default IP camera user name is admin, password pass.
The default DVR user name is admin, password 1111.
After you enter the above information, tap Done to save the changes, and the live view of your IP
camera or DVR will appear.
Note:
The IPCamplus APP communicate with the camera directly through the IP address, not through the network service
platform. Therefore, to connect the camera from the external network to the internal network, you need to ask the
network administrator to set the NAT on the router. Although it is not very convenient, but, it does not need to go
through the network service platform, the security of the data can be ensured, and It is no need to worry about the
IPCamplus APP being unavailable after the network service platform stops serving.
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