Hyper Fisheye IP Camera (Outdoor) Quick Guide Camera Cabling

Hyper Fisheye IP Camera (Outdoor) Quick Guide Camera Cabling
Hyper Fisheye IP Camera (Outdoor) Quick Guide
The Quick Guide is for quick installing and connecting the Hyper Fisheye IP Camera (Outdoor). For more details,
please refer to the User’s Manual of the camera in the supplied CD.
Camera Cabling
Function Cables
Power Connection
Please use a DC 12V / AC 24V power adaptor and plug it to the camera and the power outlet. Alternatively, users can
use an Ethernet cable and connect it to the RJ-45 connector of the camera and a Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE)
Please follow the instructions below for cable connections.
NOTE: If PoE is used, make sure PSE is in use in the network.
Ethernet Cable Connection
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 connector of the camera, and plug the other end of the cable to
the network switch or PC.
NOTE: In some cases, Ethernet crossover cable might be needed when connecting the camera directly to the
Audio I/O
Power (DC 12V / AC 24V)
(2-Pin Terminal Block)
Alarm I/O
(4-Pin Terminal Block)
Audio In
Two-way audio transmission
Audio Out
AC 24 V – / DC 12V –
Power connection
AC 24V + / DC 12V +
Alarm In –
Alarm In +
Alarm connection
Alarm Out –
Alarm Out +
Ground connection
For network and PoE connections
NOTE: Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs. If the LEDs are unlit, please check
the LAN connection.
Green Link Light indicates good network connection.
Orange Activity Light flashes for network activity indication.
Before Login to the Camera
A client program will be automatically installed to the PC when connecting to the camera. Before logging in to the
camera, please ensure downloading the ActiveX control is allowed by either changing the ActiveX controls and plugins or setting Internet’s security level to default. For further details, please refer to the User’s Manual in the supplied
MicroSD Card Slot / Default Button
The camera’s microSD card slot and default button are inside the camera cover. To use them, loosen the two security
screws of the camera with the supplied security torx and detach the cover. Their positions and functions are as follow.
ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins Settings
Step 1: Start the Internet Explorer (IE).
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then click on <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click on the <Security> tab and select
<Internet>, and click on <Custom level> to
change ActiveX settings.
Step 4: Set “ActiveX controls and plug-ins” items to
<Prompt> or <Enable>.
MicroSD Card Slot
Insert the microSD card into the card slot to store videos and snapshots. Do not remove the microSD card when the
camera is powered on.
NOTE: It is not recommended to record with the microSD card for 24/7 continuously, as it may not be able to
support long term continuous data read/write. Please contact the manufacturer of the microSD card for
information regarding the reliability and the life expectancy.
Default Button
Press the button with a proper tool for at least 20 seconds to restore the system.
Internet Security Level
Step 1: Start the Internet Explorer (IE).
Step 2: Select <Tools> from the main menu of the
browser. Then click on <Internet Options>.
Step 3: Click on the <Security> tab and select
Step 4: Down the page, click <Default Level> and click
on <OK> to confirm the setting. Close the
browser window, and open a new one later for
accessing the IP camera.
Camera Login
The default IP address of the camera is: Therefore, to access the camera for the first time, please set
the IP address of the PC as: 192.168.0.XXX; for example:
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Login ID and Password
• Key in the camera’s IP address in the URL bar of the web browser window and hit on “Enter”.
• Enter the default username (Admin) and password (1234) in the prompt request dialogue. Note that username is
case sensitive.
Install the ActiveX Control
• After connecting to the camera, the request for installing the ActiveX control will appear just below the URL bar.
• Right click on the information bar, and then click on <Install ActiveX Control…> to permit ActiveX control installation.
• In the pop-up security warning window, click on <Install> to start downloading Viewer software on the PC.
• Click on <Finish> after Viewer installation is completed.
Browser-based Viewer
The main page of the IP camera user interface is shown as the figure below. Please note that function buttons will vary
depending on the camera model.
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