- Ingrasys
G3111S
User’s Manual
Version 1.1
Table of Contents
Important Notices – Read Before Use ............................................................................ 2
Overview ......................................................................................................................... 2
Package Contents ............................................................................................................ 3
Installation ....................................................................................................................... 4
Hardware Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
Software Installation ........................................................................................................................................................ 4
Discover IP Cameras ........................................................................................................................................................ 4
Assigning IP Address to the device ................................................................................................................................. 5
Discovering devices in Windows Network ...................................................................................................................... 7
ActiveX add-on Installation ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Accessing the camera .................................................................................................... 10
Viewing the live video ................................................................................................................................................... 10
The Live view page ........................................................................................................................................................ 12
Video ............................................................................................................................. 14
Network Configuration ................................................................................................. 22
Recording ...................................................................................................................... 27
Event Management........................................................................................................ 29
Configuration of Event Handling ................................................................................................................................... 29
Examples of Event Handling ......................................................................................................................................... 35
System Options ............................................................................................................. 37
Connectors & LED ........................................................................................................ 41
Cable connectors ............................................................................................................................................................ 41
LED Indicators ............................................................................................................................................................... 41
Desiccant Bag Replacement .......................................................................................... 42
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 43
Check firmware version ................................................................................................................................................. 43
Upgrade device firmware ............................................................................................................................................... 43
Recover device settings .................................................................................................................................................. 45
Technical Specifications ............................................................................................... 46
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Important Notices
– Read Before Use
This instruction manual is intended for administrators and users of the G3111S IP Camera, including
instructions for using and managing the camera on your network. The use of video surveillance devices can
be prohibited by laws that vary from country to country. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure that the
operation of such devices is legal before installing this unit for surveillance purposes.
Heed all warnings
Before installing the IP Camera, please read and follow all the safety and operating instructions to avoid any
damages caused by faulty assembly and installation. The user must adhere to all the warnings on the product
and in this manual.
Liability
Every reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of this instruction manual. We cannot be held
responsible for any technical or typographical errors and reserves the right to make alterations to the product
and manuals without prior notice. We make no warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained
within this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose. The user should verify the relevant information is current and complete before placing
orders. All products are sold subject to our terms and conditions of sale at the time of order acknowledgement.
We shall not be liable nor responsible for the applications and resale of its products or bundled software with
statements different from or beyond the specification/parameters stated by us. We are under no obligation to
provide any further technical support service or product/software alteration beyond our representation.
Trademarks
All names used in this manual and products are probably registered trademarks of respective companies.
CE/FCC Statement (EMC)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. If the equipment is not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction, it generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy which may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause interference, in which case the user at his/her own expense will be required to take whatever measures
may be required to correct the interference.
Overview
The ingenious Small 1MP IR Bullet Type IP Camera – G3111S is with incredibly tiny housing (length of 10
CM) and full-functioned design. The weather proof IP 67 housing makes an ease of installation in various
environments including indoor and outdoor application. In addition, the clever light sensor design is an
enhancement for IP function (IR distance up to 10 meters).
Equipped with removable IR-Cut filter for Day/Night vision, built-in multiple power source as redundant power
supply that makes G3111S a value-added option fitted in all kinds of projects.
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Package Contents
G3111S
Camera Stand
Power Adapter (Optional)
Product CD
Hardware Pack
Warranty Card
Quick Installation Guide
VIP Card (Optional)
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Installation
Hardware Installation
1.
Define the type of network device.
2.
If the network device supports PoE Power over Ethernet) function, simply connect the camera to it via
Ethernet cable.
3.
If not, the connections to the network device (via Ethernet cable), and DC 12V adapter are required.
Software Installation
Discover IP Cameras
Discovery Tool is a utility provided for not only searching and displaying the available IP cameras information
in a network but also managing the multiple networking settings such as static IP address assignment.
After completing the hardware installation, run ingrasysDiscovery.exe to search for the IP camera installed.
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Assigning IP Address to the device
The steps of applying this search tool are described as below.
1. Launch IPCAM Discovery Tool (ingrasysDiscovery.exe)
2. Assign IP address
The selection is based on a single or multiple camera devices.
[Set IP]
This is applied to one specific camera selected from the Device List.
Step1: Select one specific camera device
Step2: Input desired IP information
The default settings of account /password are Admin / Admin. If that were been changed, please enter
the set values.
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[Auto Set IP]
This is applied to a group of specific cameras selected from the Device List.
Step1: Select specific cameras
Step 2: Input Account / Password
The default account information is Admin / Admin. If the values have been re-set, please enter the set
values.
Step 3: Input IP information
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Discovering devices in Windows Network
If the IP camera is installed in a network with DHCP and UPnP services, after obtaining an IP address from
DHCP server, it can then be discovered in “Windows Network” of a client PC, see figure below. The reason for
being automatically discovered is that the IP camera’s UPnP is default enabled (see Network  Network
Connectivity).
NOTE
The term “Windows Network” in given figure above is used in Windows Vista / 7. It can be referred to Windows XP “My
Network Places” which possesses the same capability of discovering UPnP devices.
Right-click on the device and select “Properties”, the pop-up window shows all the information related to the
device, including the web access info. Use the web address to connect to the IP camera. Or simply doubleclick on the selected device, which gets immediately access to the camera webpage.
To identify the camera from the listed devices in “Network”, utilize the UPnP name and the device’s MAC
address. This MAC address can be found on the label.
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ActiveX add-on Installation
It is recommended to use Internet Explorer 8 or later as the primary browser to access the IP cameras website.
The first-time access to the camera webpage will be prompted to install the ActiveX. To allow the installation,
click “Install” on the message bar and follow the instructions to complete ActiveX installation.
When the installation is completed, IE browser can display the live video of the IP camera as the below figure.
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NOTE
If, however, there is not any prompted message or ActiveX can not be installed at all, it is needed to
change the IE security level and settings.
<Example>
Internet Explorer 9: Internet Options  Security  Custom level
Ensure the “Download signed ActiveX controls” setting is either “Enable” or “Prompt” selected.
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Accessing the camera
Viewing the live video
With the correct installation and IP settings, the camera device can be approached via network. There are
three ways to view the live video from the camera: Internet Explorer, RTSP players, and NVR / CMS software.
1. Internet Explorer
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Launch IE browser and input the IP address of the camera or,
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Click on “Browse” button on the selected IP camera address from IPCAM Discovery Tool
OR
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NOTE
IP cameras also support the other web browsers for viewing the live video such as Firefox,
Google Chrome or Safari.
2. RTSP Player
The live video of the camera can be played with RTSP players, such as VLC or QuickTime.
The camera supports two simultaneous video streaming (see Video & Audio  Video Setting). To
gain access to the camera for each video stream, the RTSP URL will be required. The default paths
for the 2 streams are “stream1” and “stream2”. The URL format should be input as below.
Stream1: rtsp://Camera_IP/stream1
Stream2: rtsp://Camera_IP/stream2
The example given below is the live video displayed with QuickTime player.
3. NVR / CMS Software
IP cameras are ONVIF conformant products. Most of ONVIF conformant NVR / CMS software can
retrieve the video from the cameras for both live view and recording. For more details about the
support information and operation, please contact the software vendors.
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The Live view page
The following illustration shows you the front page of IP camera website.
Quick Index
Video Stream Operations
Live Window
Live Video Window
Quick Functional Buttons
OSD
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Snapshot: Press the button to capture an image photo
Record: Press the button to start recording. Press again to stop it.
Record Path: set up a file path that video clips and snapshots can be stored.
Full screen: Press the button to enter the full screen mode. Press ESC key to return.
Manual trigger: Press the button as triggering an event. See Event Management for detail.
Digital Zoom: toggle the digital zoom function.
Video Stream Operations
Language selection for the WEB UI
Select video stream for displaying on live video window
Display the video in actual (configured) size or digital (scaled)
size
Select the preferred streaming protocol on the client
side
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Video
This section describes how to configure the video streaming of the device and the related camera image
configurations. Users with Administrator or Operator authority (see System  User Management) are able to
do these configurations.
Click on “Setup” of Quick Index to enter the “Video” page shown as below.
There are 3 sub-settings under “Video”:

Camera Setting

Video Setting

ROI (Region Of Interest)
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Camera Setting
Image Setting
Brightness: the luminance of image view. Default value is 8; adjustable from 0 to 16.
Contrast: the ratio of luminance of white to black. Default value is 8; adjustable from 0 to 16.
Saturation: colorfulness of a color related to its own brightness. Default value is 8, adjustable from 0
to 16.
Sharpness: refer to image acutance, which presents in the edges contrast of an image. Default value
is 8, adjustable from 0 to 16.
The 4 correlates are referring image appearance in terms of color/vision that is adjustable according
to user preferences.
Video Orientation: change the image orientation.

Mirror: rotate the image horizontally.

Flip: rotate the image vertically.
Note: These operations are usually applied when camera must be installed in an exceptional position.
For the example of ceiling installation, camera must be installed upside-down.
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Day/Night
Day/Night Mode:
Switch the video images for Day (plenty of light) or Night (Low light) scene. In default “Auto” mode,
camera will switch to Day or Night vision according to the light intensity. The Day / Night modes
contain 2 actions: switching IR Filter On / Off, and image hue Color / Mono.
In day mode, the IR filter is switched in to avoid the image sensor from receiving the infrared, thus the
true color image is provided. When camera enters night mode, IR filter is switched off to allow IR
illuminations going into the sensor, thus increasing the images light level. The image color is switched
to B/W (Mono mode).
Nightmode Enhancement
With this function enabled, the better night vision will be obtained. However, the number of FPS may
drop depends on the actual environmental illuminations.
Light Sensor Sensitivity
The value reflects to adjust the sensitivity of Light Sensor.
Night to Day Threshold
The value reflects the timing switching from night to day.
Day to Night Threshold
The value reflects the timing switching from day to night.
Switch Time
The value reflects the delay time for both ways of day and night switch.
Advanced Setting
AC Frequency: Anti-flicker setting for environment with fluorescent light sources, image sensor
needs to fit the frequency of light (power) source. For instance, the power frequency is 50Hz for most
European countries, while 60Hz is typically for US. This setting is therefore regionally different.
White Balance: The selections for different lightening condition, which is refereeing to color
temperature. The default value is set to AUTO.
Flickerless Mode: Flickering can also present in various exposure level. Set “Flickerless” Mode “On”
to fix the maximum shutter speed (auto exposure control). Thus, the flickers can be eliminated.
Exposure & Gain Mode: Select auto / manual Exposure & Gain control mode. The selection defines
the controlling in a range of or fixed value, according to the following two items (Shutter Speed and
Gain Value). The configurations will be limited at selected maximum rates when AUTO mode is on.
Exposure Level: Adjust Exposure level for a target exposure time that is the amount of light allowed
for the image sensor.
Max. Shutter Speed: referring to exposure time. Higher shutter speed is normally applied under
strong light circumstance, so the image won’t be overexposure. Lower shutter speed, on the other
hand keeps image luminance in low light environment.
Max. Gain Value: the amplification factor for the incoming light. Increasing the gain value provides a
brighter image, but the noises may also be increased.
WDR: Enable this function for image objects under backlight circumstances.
NOTE
The “Shutter Speed”, “Gain Value” and “WDR” can be configured for daytime and nighttime. The
configurations will be applied according to the current status of “Day/Night Mode“.
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: represents the Day mode
: represents the Night mode
The setting items with the Day or Night mode symbol will be altered along with the setting of
Day/Night mode. The examples are illustrated as below.
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Video Setting
Video Stream
This tab provides detailed stream configurations. These settings can affect video size, quality. The
maximum transmission performance can be expected under the condition of full network bandwidth.
The camera supports up to 2 video streams. Each stream can be configured with following items.
Video Format: H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG are available for the selection. The demand of bandwidth
and storage requirement differs from the selection of video format. In the request of same video
quality, H.264 contributes to less bandwidth and storage requirement, which can be more efficient
than MPEG4 or MJPEG.
Resolution: The resolution here describes an image size counted in width by height, e.g. 1280x720,
referring to pixel resolution.
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The available resolutions for Stream 1 and Stream 2 are listed in the following table.
Resolution
Stream 1
Stream 2
1280 x 800
1280 x 720
800 x 450
640 x 360
320 x 180
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
“V”: available
“-“: not available
Frame Rate: It represents the number of frames that are displayed per second. The higher the frame
rate is the better/smoother the video stream can be obtained. However, it would be the tradeoffs for
the higher network bandwidth and storage requirement.
Intra Frame Period: This is applied only in MPEG4 / H.264 which the video stream is composed of Iframes (full image information) and P-frames (motion-compensated difference information).
This setting configures the time period between 2 I-frames. The shorter period means the higher
frequency of I-frame. Video can then be well handled whereas the bit rate may increase.
Video Quality: There are 4 types of bit rate controls for video quality adjustment, Constant Bit Rate
(CBR), Variable Bit Rate (VBR), Enhanced Constant Bit Rate and Enhanced Variable Bit Rate.
CBR mode concerns about the circumstances of fixed data rate transferring. However, VBR is utilized
when network bandwidth is less concerned.
Note: CBR is not applicable in MJPEG video mode.
Video Overlay
The camera supports stamping text information on the video images. The options of the date/time
string or/and a line of text message (e.g. camera name or location) are available for displaying on the
images.
Privacy Mask
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Privacy Mask can block out the specific areas from view. The blocked areas will not be seen in both
live view and recorded video clips and the total of 8 profiles can be created to the list.
To create Privacy Mask, simply input Privacy Mask Name and click “Add New” button and then apply
it to complete the addition.
ROI
Before use the Region of interest function, please click checkbox “enable ROI” on video setting page.
Region of interest, you may determine the monitoring region by yourself, just hold and drag any corner
of the red rectangle to resize the window, the modified video resolution will show on right window in
red words.
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Network Configuration
The IP Camera acts as one of the network devices. It allows user to configure the
network functionalities based on applications. This section will describe the network
configurations. Fundamentally, for instance, the IP assignment of the device can be
done via DHCP server, static IP option or PPPoE to obtain IP from the service
provider.
There are 5 subdirectories in “Network”:

Network Type

Network Connectivity

Quality Service

Access Port

Access IP Filter
Network Type
Network Type
There are 3 ways to configure address for the IP camera device, including DHCP, Static IP and
PPPoE.
Enable DHCP Service: The default setting is DHCP, which camera will be automatically given an IP
address (IPv4/IPv6) in a network with DHCP server.
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Use Static IP: Camera may also be manually assigned with a static IP address (IPv4/IPv6). Subnet
mask, Gateway and DNS server(s) will also need to be specified for certain network function properly
executed.
Enable PPPoE Service: This service is usually provided by an ISP (Internet Service Provider). IP
Camera can establish a dial-up connection to the ISP and then get connected to Internet. (Only IPv4)
NOTE1:
If you would like to connect camera with IPv6 address, please note that this only works if your
network environment and hardware equipment support IPv6. The browser should be Microsoft®
Internet Explorer 6.5, Mozilla Firefox 3.0 or above.
NOTE2: (Link with IPv6 address as following steps)
1. Go to Setup -> System -> System Information page (under IPv4) to know the IPv6
address
2. Open your web browser to input the IPv6 address in the address bar.
3. The format should be: http://[2014:db8:0:1:2e0:d8ff:fe0c:adef]/
4. Press Enter key to open the Live View page of camera.
For example
Network Connectivity
This page provides the connectivity configuration, so that IP camera can be accessed without necessarily
providing the numerical IP address.
Enable UPnP Service: with UPnP enabled, IP camera device can be easily discovered in Windows Network
(My Network Places). See “Discover devices in Windows Network” in previous section.
Enable DDNS Service: By registering this sort of service, camera can be assigned and accessed over
Internet with a hostname instead of IP address. To enable the services, visiting the website of the service
provider and registering an account are required.
Dyndns.org: http://www.dyndns.com/
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Quality Service
Quality Service provides network traffic management to guarantee the quality of services in higher priority,
especially when network is insufficient. DSCP (Different Service Code Point) is a 6-bit IP header which defines
the service level of the packet. According to the DSCP value, routers with PHB (Per-Hop Behavior) will define
a specific class of traffic for the packet, in terms of bandwidth, latency, or loss rate, etc. Enable QoS and set
DSCP value for the service to ensure its quality to be maintained.
NOTE
To make the QoS function work, all the switches and routers in the network must support QoS.
Access Port
This page provides the ports configuration for requesting the services from the camera device. These services
include Web Page access, HTTP and RTSP streaming services.
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HTTP port / HTTPS port: By default, the HTTP and HTTPs ports are set to 80 and 443 respectively. They
can also be assigned to another port number between 1025 and 65535.
The HTTP port is basically provided for device’s webpage access. When the video format is set to MJPEG,
user is able to retrieve the live video via HTTP URL, e.g.
Http://<ip_address>/operator/get_video.cgi?channel=[1, 2]
, where channel is to specify stream1 or stream2
RTSP port: RTSP (Real-Time Streaming Protocol) is used to control the live media streaming. This port is
provided to request the streaming service. By default, the port number is set to 554. It can also be assigned to
another port number between 1025 and 65535.
Multicast: Multicast is a streaming method with bandwidth conserving technology. By delivering a single
video stream to multiple network clients, the bandwidth utilization can be reduced.
Select the Always multicast option to enable multicast for stream 1 ~ 2.
Multicast Group Address – Set the IP address for multicast streaming. The Multicast IP address must be in
the range from 224.0.1.0 to 239.255.255.255.
Multicast Ports – Set the port for multicast streaming.
Multicast TTL – The multicast Time-To-Live (TTL) gives the range of routers that multicast traffic can pass
through in the networks.
NOTE
The multicast stream can be triggered by a network client (e.g. choosing “Multicast” from the live view page)
whereas “Always Multicast” option is not enabled. This mechanism is known as “Multicast On Demand”. In this
mode, multicast stream starts when one or more clients request. It stops automatically when the last client
leaves the multicast group. “Always Multicast”, on the other hand, starts or stops multicast stream by
enabling/disabling this function. It doesn’t matter whether there is client request or not.
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Access IP Filter
This setting also provides a basic security by filtering the accesses from other hosts. Enable this function and
choose “Allow / Deny” of the listed IP addresses. Up to 15 IP address can be added in the list.
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Recording
This section provides the recording configuration on the camera. Unlike the
recording function (Quick Functional Button) on the live view page, video can
also be recorded to the local network storage (Samba) according to a time based
schedule.
There are 2 subdirectories in the “Recording” category:

Recording Plan

Samba
Recording Plan
Recording Plan List
It lists the created/scheduled recording plan(s). The details of a recoding plan include:
Plan Name: Identifier of the recording plan
Status: Enable or Disable the recording plan
Mon ~ Sun: Displays the hours in days of a week that recording is effective
Src. (Source): The video source selected to be recorded
Dest. (Destination): The stored path for the recording file
Remove: Click to delete this recording plan.
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Add / Edit Recording Plan
Plan Name: Identifier of the recording plan
Video Source: The selection of the video source to be recorded. Options: None or Stream 2.
NOTE: Stream 2 should be enabled prior to recording plan.
Maximum File Size: This option defines the maximum file size of each video clip.
Destination: choose the destination storage for the recorded video files.
Select All: 24/7 continuous recording
Scheduled Pattern: User-defined time frame
Samba
This page allows user to configure the file storage via Samba. To begin with it, click Enable Samba and then
input the related information.
NOTE
Samba can only support mounting a shared folder located in the root directory. For example, to mount
a folder called “Shared” can be input the path as below.
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Event Management
Event management describes the handling of events with the corresponding actions.
A common case can be exampled is storing a captured image to a local storage
(Actions), when there is a Motion Event (Trigger Condition). This chapter gives the
configurations of Triggers (what to detect?) and Actions (“what to send” and
“where to send”). A time based schedule can also be applied.
Configuration of Event Handling
There are 4 subdirectories in the “Event” category. The 4 configuration groups are correlated. A completed
event setting may need to configure each part in sequence.

Event Server & Media

Motion Configuration

Tamper Detection

Event List
Event Server & Media
The “Event Server” is the configuration of “where to send”, e.g. FTP server, while Media is the sending file
type. The combination of file type and the remote servers will then be applied as an event action.
Event Server List
Click on “Add New” button to add the remote severs. These are email recipients and FTP server.
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Server Name: Identifier of the event server
Server Type
Email: Send the media file via email when an event is triggered.

Mail Server Address: Enter a host name or IP address of the email server.

User Name: Enter the user name of the email account.

Password: Enter the password of the email account.

Server Port Number: Enter the server port of the mail server. The default is 25.

Sender’s E-mail Address: Enter the email address of the sender

Mail Subject Prefix: Enter the subject description for the mail.

SSL/TLS : Select None/SSL/TLS for secure your mail transmission.

Receiver Table: Enter the recipients’ email address. The mail can be sent to up to 5 recipients.
FTP: Send the media file to a FTP server when an event is triggered.

FTP Server address: Enter the FTP server’s address.

User Name: Enter the user name of the FTP login account.

Password: Enter the user name of the FTP login password.

Server Port Number: Enter the server port of the FTP server. The default is 21.

Upload Path: Enter the file path that files will be sent to.
Media Type
There are 2 types of media (file) available, snapshot (.jpg image) and video clip (.avi).
Video Source: Select the video source to be captured
Pre-alarm / Post-alarm image(s): Enter the numbers of images that will be captured before and after trigger
is activated.
Pre-alarm / Post-alarm video: Enter the numbers of seconds that video will be recorded before and after
trigger is activated.
Maximum file size: Define the maximum file size that a video clip is generated.
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Motion Configuration
There are 3 MD (Motion Detection) areas can be enabled. Each MD can be individually enabled/disabled,
defined the covering range and trigger sensitivity.
To enable and verified the MD, follow the steps provided below.
1. Check the box to enable the motion area
2. Drag and drop to move the motion window
3. Hold and drag any corner of the rectangle to resize the window.
4. By dragging the pin of the slider bars, adjust the detection “Sensitivity” and “Object Size” of the
rectangle covered area.
NOTE:
By name implying, the “Sensitivity” setting means the sensitivity level to the motion detection; the
higher value given makes the motion window more sensitive to the moving object. “Object Size”
indicates the trigger threshold. A lower “Object Size” value means it is easier to exceed the value, and
thus trigger the motion event.
5. The status chart shows the motion activities. When the motion vector exceeds a threshold (the Object
Size), the motion trigger is activated.
6. To enable other motion area, repeat above steps.
7. Click on “Apply” button to save the settings.
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Tamper Detection
With tamper detection, the camera is capable to detect tampering and could be event source to trigger event
notification and alarms.
Event List
List a summary of configured events. That is the selection of trigger condition(s) and the corresponding
actions, as well as the scheduling. Up to 10 event objects can be configured.
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To begin with it, click on “Add New” button to extend for the detailed configurations.
Event Name: Enter an event name, e.g. Motion Detection, to identify this configured event.
Select All: 24/7 continuous recording
Scheduled Pattern: User-defined time frame
Triggered by: This describes the selection of trigger conditions which include:

Motion Detection: Select the motion detection area(s) used for trigger condition. To enable and
configure the motion detection areas, go to Motion Configuration.

Manual Trigger: Enable system to detect the user input action (press the alarm button,
the live view page).

Network Fail: Enable system to detect the network connection status.

Periodically: Enable the system to perform the set Action periodically by entering number of
minute(s) in the field as below.

Tamper Detection: Enable the tamper detection, go to Tamper Detection setting.
Action: selection of responding actions
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on

Upload files to a server: There are two drag-down selections, Event Server and Media Type.
The Event Server indicates the file destination such as the FTP and Samba, and the file type
includes snapshot image and video clip. For the snapshot / video clip configurations, go to Event
Server & Media.
NOTE
The dependency of Event Server and Media Type is described as below.
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When Event Server is Samba, the selection of Media Type will be either Image or Video.
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When Event Server is either Mail or FTP, the selection of Media Type will only be Image.
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Examples of Event Handling
The following case is provided as the examples of Event Handling.
Scenario
While viewing live video, user can manually trigger an event anytime simply by pressing the button,
on the web page. It will send email to the specified email accounts with the captured pictures.
The configurations are illustrated as below:
Step 1: Add Event Server

Go to Event  Event Server & Media  Event Server List

Click on “Add New” button

Choose “Email” and fill in the email server and recipients’ information.
Step 2: Configure Media Type

On the same web page, configure the Media Type. For the following example, the system is
configured to capture 1 picture before (pre-alarm) the event and 2 pictures for the event and
after (post-alarm). For video clip, both pre- and post-alarm are configured for 8 seconds video
record.

Click on “Apply” button to save the email server and media settings.
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Step 3: Configure Event List

On Event List page, click on “Add New” button.

Enable and configure this event
- Event of manual triggering -

Click on “Apply” button to save the settings of this page.
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a.
Check the box to enable this event. It can be
deselected later with all the following settings
remained.
b.
Give a name of this event setting; e.g. MTrigger
(stands for Manual Trigger). This is an identity of
an object of event handling.
c.
Choose “Select All” for 24/7, as this event is
required for that it can be triggered anytime.
d.
Select “Manual Trigger” for this event’s trigger
source. This will activate the manual trigger
button in the live view that user can manually
trigger an alarm anytime.
e.
Check the box to enable and select “Mail” for
Event Server and “Image” for the media type
System Options
System Options provide users to obtain and configure the system settings of the IP
camera system. It contains the page of System Information, Date and Time, User
Management, Maintenance and Log Service. The details about each
subcategory will be described as below.
System Information
The page gives details of the IP camera system.
In System Status, Firmware Version and MAC Address are listed. The Camera Name and Location fields are
revisable to identify a unit among multiple cameras installed.
The IP address info of this IP camera is listed in Network Status. The RTSP Status field shows the video
stream(s) being requested by the listed client(s).
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Date and Time
This section describes the date/time adjustment for the IP camera system. The ways to adjust the IP camera’s
date/time can be automatic (Synchronize with NTP Server / PC) or manual settings.
Current Date & Time
Display current system date/time of the IP camera. The date format can be changed from the drop-down list in
Configure Date & Time.
Configure Date & Time
Keep Current Date & Time: The option of keeping current date and time, not to be adjusted.
Synchronize with NTP Server: Automatic date/time adjustment. The IP Camera must be able to access to
the given NTP server.
NOTE: To apply “synchronize with NTP Server”, a Time Zone must be selected for referencing to the local time.
Synchronize with PC: The PC connected to the IP camera can also be a date/time synchronizer. However, if
the PC is connecting from a time zone different from where camera is installed, the system will pop up a
warning message for time zone differential.
Set manually: Manually adjust the date / time for the system
Date Display Format: The system date can be displayed in the format of DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY or
YYYY/MM/DD.
Time Zone: Select an appropriate time zone for local where IP camera is installed. The automatic
adjustments will be applied based on the selected time zone. Click the “Daylight Saving Time Enable
Automatically” checkbox to enable the daylight saving function and user could select the day light saving
start time and end time based on the DST rule where camera installed
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User Management
By default, the access to the camera is user authenticated. For security, the IP camera should be restricted to
account only accesses. It is able to enable/disable user accounts, as well as to manage the added users in
this page.
Initially, there is a default account, Admin in the “User List”. To enable this account, click on “Enable
Authentication” and then apply. To edit password for the default account, click “Edit” to enter the configuration
window.
To create a new account, click “Create User” button. Enter Account / Password for this account with the group
type on the “Create account” window.
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The user account with “Administrator” authentication can do all the configurations. “Operator” has the same
rights as Administrator, except for User Management. “Viewer” is allowed only the access to live view page.
Up to 8 user accounts can be added in the User List.
Maintenance
This page provides tools for camera system maintenances.
Reboot: Restart the camera system
Restore to Factory Default: Restore camera factory default settings. The network setting can be kept by
checking the “Except Network Type” checkbox.
Backup Configurations: The system settings can be backed up and exported to a file. The file can be
applied to upload the previous user settings to the camera, or other cameras.
NOTE
The backup file can be applied to other IP cameras, so users won’t need to configure each device. It
is recommended to switch the IP setting to DHCP mode before exporting the backup file. Otherwise,
all IP cameras will have the same IP address.
Firmware Upgrade: There may be new released firmware for features update or issues fixed. To upgrade
the firmware for the system, retrieve the firmware image file, import to the system and then do the upgrade
process.
LOG service
The system operations and / or process will be recorded in the log system. The link provides the review of
these records.
System Log: It contains records of system changes such as login failed or link on/off.
Event Log: It records the log message of triggered event, for instance, motion detection is asserted.
Parameter List: It lists all the system parameters with the current value.
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Connectors & LED
Cable connectors
LED Indicators
RJ45 LEDs for Network Status:
LED1 (Green)
LED2 (Amber)
10 Link / Traffic
Steady ON / Flashing
OFF
100 Link / Traffic
Steady ON / Flashing
Steady ON
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Desiccant Bag Replacement
G3111S comes with a desiccant bag placed inside. It is not necessary to replace it until the rear cover of the
camera has been opened for some reasons. The SOP is described below for users to complete the
replacement.
Step 1: Unscrew the rear cover of the camera
Step 2: Carefully open the rear cover and find the location as the red box shown below for installation.
Desiccant bag
2
Step 3: Close and screw the rear cover firmly. (M3 screw force: 12kgf / cm )
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Troubleshooting
Check firmware version
Firmware version may imply the functionalities’ updates or availability in the camera system. Therefore, in the
first step of troubleshooting and then reporting, it helps to locate the found issues. Newer version firmware
may have these issues corrected.
The version code can be found in Setup -> System -> System Information, see figure below.
Upgrade device firmware
Firmware upgrade process should be done via the web configuration: Setup -> System -> Maintenance ->
Firmware Upgrade. Before the process, read the instructions and release notes coming with each new
released version.
[Read Before Upgrade]
1. The latest firmware image is available on our official website.
2. Make sure all other client connections are disconnected and current jobs such as recording are
required to terminate.
3. During the upgrading period, DO NOT disconnect the power of the camera. Otherwise the system unit
might be damaged.
4. The front LED indicator will be slow flashing in red during the upgrading process. When it becomes
steady green, the upgrading process is completed.
[Steps of Firmware Upgrade]
1. Go to firmware upgrade page on the web. Figure 1
2. Click “Firmware” button to load the firmware image. Figure 1
3. Click “Upgrade” to begin (the upgrade progress bar will pop up). Figure 2
4. Once it is done, the system will reboot automatically.
5. Go back to firmware upgrade page and confirm if the “current version” is up-to-dated. Figure 3
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Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
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Recover device settings
In some cases, camera system does not respond to any operation. A certain recovering processes would help
to get the unit back to initial status, so that it can resume operable / configurable. This will be the operations
on the “Reset Button”.
Due to the water-resistance design, the Reset button is located inside the housing. To press the Reset button,
it is necessary to open the rear cover. To learn the procedures, please refer to the previous “Install a MicroSD card” or “Desiccant Bag Replacement” sections.
Reset button
and 2 LEDs
(Left: Green,
Right: Amber)
Before executing hardware reset, please make sure the system booting process is completed. Normally, it
takes 30 seconds to complete the process.
1. Restart / Reboot the device
Press and release the Reset Button within 5 second, the system will be restarted (the LEDs will be
steady ON during rebooting process). Upon successful reboot, ONLY green LED will be steady ON
during normal operation.
2. Reset account/password to factory default
Press and hold the Reset Button over 5 seconds, the green LED will change from steady on to
flashing. During green LED flashing, then release reset button, ONLY account/password will be reset
as factory default, which is Admin/Admin. Please notice that, all configured accounts/passwords will
be cleared and only the default one will been reserved.
3. Reset to factory default settings
Press and hold the Reset button over 10 seconds, then green LED turn off, amber LED will keep
flashing. During amber LED flashing, then release the reset button, ALL settings will be reset as
factory default.
The system will enter the restoring process automatically and complete it in 30 seconds after reset
button released.
The following illustrates the LED behavior during the restoring process for reference.
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Technical Specifications
*Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Types of
camera
Camera
Video
Network
Event
Management
& I/O
General
Viewing
System
Model No.
G3111S
Description
Ultra-mini 1MP IR Bullet IP Camera
Image Sensor
1/4” progressive CMOS sensor
Image Pixel
1 Megapixel
Lens type
Board mount, 4.2mm, Fixed IRIS
ICR
Yes
IR Distance
10meters/32.8 ft
IR Wavelength
850nm
Min illumination/ light
sensitivity (Color):
1Lux/F=1.8
Min illumination/ light
sensitivity (Mono):
0.5Lux/F1.8
0 Lux (IR On)
Video Compression
H.264/MPEG4/MJPEG
Resolution
Up to 1280x800
Frame Rate
30fps@1280x800
Video Stream
Dual streams
Interface
10/100 Mbps Ethernet
Supported protocols
IPv4,IPv6,HTTP,HTTPS,
SMTP,FTP,DHCP,NTP,TCP/IP,UPnP,RTSP/RTCP/RTP,DNS,DDNS,
PPPoE, IGMP,QoS,Bonjour,Samba,Multicast
Event Triggers
Event Actions
Motion detection, Manual trigger, Network fail, Periodically
trigger, Temper Detection
File upload via FTP,SMTP and SAMBA
Notification via FTP and Email
Video recording to SAMBA
Power Supply
DC 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Power Consumption
9W
Weight
Net: 548g (1.21 lb)
Dimension(WxHxD)
4.48" x 2.4 ” x 2.4”/ 114mm x 60mm x 60mm
Operating Temp
-10°C ~ 50°C (14°F~122°F)
Humidity
20%~90% RH
Support
ONVIF
Certifications
CE, FCC
OS
Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/2K
Browser
Microsoft IE 8.0 or above, Chrome, Firefox, Safari
Software
Smart view (Free bundled 32CH software)
Other Value- WDR
added
Water Resistant
Features
Digital WDR with 8 configurable levels
IP67 housing
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