MV-1600 Remote control software Operation manual [3:876.7KB]

MV-1600 Remote control software Operation manual [3:876.7KB]
OPERATION
MANUAL
Remote Control Software
MV-1600
Multi Viewer
Version 0.3 - Higher
Trademarks
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Table of Contents
1. Setup.......................................................................................................................................... 1
1-1. Overview ............................................................................................................................ 1
1-2. Operating Environment ...................................................................................................... 1
1-3. About This Manual.............................................................................................................. 1
1-4. Software Installation ........................................................................................................... 2
1-4-1. Using the Video transmission Function in Internet Explorer ....................................... 2
1-4-2. Using MV-1600 LiveViewer ........................................................................................ 2
1-4-3. Java2 Runtime Environment ...................................................................................... 3
1-4-4. Windows Installer 3.1 ................................................................................................. 4
1-4-5. Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0................................................................................... 5
1-4-6. Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable................................................................. 7
1-4-7. MV-1600 LiveViewer .................................................................................................. 7
1-5. Software Uninstallation....................................................................................................... 8
1-6. Connections ....................................................................................................................... 8
1-7. Communication Standards ................................................................................................. 9
1-8. PC Network Settings .......................................................................................................... 9
2. Remote Control in Internet Explorer ......................................................................................... 11
2-1. Starting and Connecting in Internet Explorer .................................................................... 11
2-2. Exiting Internet Explorer ................................................................................................... 11
2-3. Control Screen ................................................................................................................. 12
2-4. Video Output Control ........................................................................................................ 13
2-5. Video Transmission (VIEWER)......................................................................................... 14
2-6. Menu Operations.............................................................................................................. 16
2-6-1. MAIN MENU............................................................................................................. 16
2-6-2. TIME SETUP............................................................................................................ 17
2-6-3. ALARM/VIDEO LOSS .............................................................................................. 18
2-6-4. TITLE ....................................................................................................................... 19
2-6-5. DISPLAY .................................................................................................................. 20
2-6-6. LAN .......................................................................................................................... 21
2-6-7. SYSTEM .................................................................................................................. 22
3. Video transmission by MV-1600 LiveViewer............................................................................. 24
3-1. Starting and Connecting MV-1600 LiveViewer ................................................................. 24
3-2. Shutting Off and Exiting MV-1600 LiveViewer .................................................................. 25
3-3. Control Screen of MV-1600 LiveViewer............................................................................ 26
3-4. Viewer Screen in MV-1600 LiveViewer............................................................................. 28
4. Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................ 29
1. Setup
1-1. Overview
The Multi Viewer MV-1600 uses a network connection to enable remote control from a PC and
video transmission to a PC. Remote control is possible using the Internet Explorer web browser
preinstalled in Windows so that no special software needs to be installed. Video transmission
can be performed in two ways: Using Internet Explorer or using the dedicated software MV-1600
LiveViewer. Although software must be installed to use MV-1600 LiveViewer, it allows a higher
frame rate for video transmission compared to Internet Explorer.
1-2. Operating Environment
The MV-1600 remote control software requires the PC operating environment below.
OS
Software
Windows 2000 Professional SP4 and later or
Windows XP SP2 or later (Professional or Home Edition)
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
.NET Framework 2.0 (stored on supplied CD-ROM) *1
Visual C++2005 (stored on supplied CD-ROM) *1
CPU
Java2 Runtime Environment 5.0 (stored on supplied CD-ROM) *2
Pentium IV 3 GHz or faster
Memory
Display
1GB or more (512MB if Multicast mode is not used.)
Resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher (for VGA)
Resolution of 1280x1024 pixels or higher (for SXGA)
Capable of displaying full color (24 bit)
LAN adapter
LAN cable
At least one 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX compatible port
Enhanced category 5 or higher
*1: Not needed if not using MV-1600 LiveViewer.
*2: Not needed if the video transmission (Viewer) function will not be used in Internet
Explorer.
1-3. About This Manual
The following conventions are used through out this manual:
Text enclosed by a square (such as MATT) indicates buttons on the operation panel.
Text enclosed by square brackets (such as [SETUP]) indicates the menu.
Shaded text (such as OFF) indicates the setting parameters or values in the menu.
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1-4. Software Installation
1-4-1. Using the Video transmission Function in Internet
Explorer
To use the video transmission function (Viewer) in Internet Explorer, the Java2 Runtime
Environment 5.0 must be installed beforehand. See section 1-4-3. "Java2 Runtime
Environment" for the installation procedure.
IMPORTANT
Be sure to perform all software installation by logging in with Administrator rights. The
installation will not be performed properly under User rights.
The video transmission function (Viewer) in Internet Explorer may not perform
properly with other version of the Java2 Runtime Environment than version 5.0. Open
Add/Remove Programs (Add or Remove Programs in Windows XP) in the Control
Panel and see if there is the Java2 Runtime Environment of higher version. If there is
the higher version, uninstall it.
1-4-2. Using MV-1600 LiveViewer
To use the video transmission function with MV-1600 LiveViewer, four software applications
provided by Microsoft and the MV-1600 LiveViewer must be installed in the order below. The
installation procedure is described starting from section 1-4-4. "Windows Installer 3.1" to
section 1-4-7. "MV-1600 LiveViewer."
(1) Windows Installer 3.1
(2) Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
(3) Microsoft Visual C++2005 Redistributable
(4) MV-1600 Live Viewer
Please note, however, that some PCs may already have this software installed. To check,
open Add/Remove Programs (Add or Remove Programs in Windows XP) in the Control
Panel, and see if the software (1) to (3) are installed. You do not need to install the software if
it is already installed.
NOTE
An older version of the software, "Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1" is usually
preinstalled in Windows XP. In this case, "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0" must be
installed.
The PC needs to be restarted during the installation process. Therefore, be sure to close all
applications that are running before starting installation.
IMPORTANT
Be sure to perform all software installation by logging in with Administrator rights. The
installation will not be performed properly under User rights.
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1-4-3. Java2 Runtime Environment
1) Load the supplied Installation CD-ROM into the PC, and open the CD-ROM drive. Run the
file "jre-1_5_0_07-windows-i586-p.exe" to start the installation wizard.
2) After the installation wizard starts, the [License Agreement] dialog is displayed.
Click Accept to start installation.
3) When installation is completed normally, the screen shown below is displayed. Click
Finish to restart the PC.
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1-4-4. Windows Installer 3.1
1) Load the supplied Installation CD-ROM into the PC, and open the CD-ROM drive. Run the
file "WindowsInstaller-KB893803-v2-x86.exe" to start the installation wizard.
2) After the installation wizard is started, click Next.
3) The [License Agreement] dialog is displayed. Select the "I Agree" check box, and then
click the Next button to start installation.
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4) When installation is completed normally, the screen shown below is displayed. Click
Finish to restart the PC.
1-4-5. Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
1) Run the file "dotnetfx.exe" on the CD-ROM to start the setup wizard.
2) After the setup wizard is started, click Next.
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3) The End User License Agreement is displayed. Select "I accept the terms…" check box,
and then click Install to start the installation process.
4) When installation is completed normally, the screen shown below is displayed. Click
Finish.
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1-4-6. Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable
1) Run the file "vcredist_x86.exe" on the CD-ROM.
2) Once vcredist_x86.exe is started, the progress bar shown below is displayed. When the
progress bar reaches the end, the installation is complete.
1-4-7. MV-1600 LiveViewer
Create a folder, and then copy the file "MV1600LiveViewer.exe" on the CD-ROM to the
created folder.
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1-5. Software Uninstallation
To uninstall the software, delete the file "MV1600LiveViewer.exe" copied from the CD-ROM.
The programs "Windows Installer 3.1", "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0", and “Microsoft Visual
C++2005 Redistributable” do not need to be uninstalled.
1-6. Connections
When controlling the MV-1600 over a LAN interface, be aware that the cables and equipment
used may vary depending on the connection method. Generally, use a crossover LAN cable to
connect a PC directly to the MV-1600, or use a straight LAN cable to connect the MV-1600 and
PC through a router or hub.
For details, see section 7. "LAN Interface" in the separate MV-1600
Operation Manual.
NOTE
In the unicast mode, only one PC can be connected to each MV-1600 unit.
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1-7. Communication Standards
The communication standards are shown below.
Protocol
TCP/IP
Setting range: 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
There are certain limitations on IP addresses set by the PC as
shown below. Set the IP address of the MV-1600 in this range.
.
192
IP address
st
1 octet
1st octet:
2nd octet:
3rd octet:
4th octet:
Subnet mask
length
Gateway
MAC address
168
.
nd
2 octet
.
0
1
rd
3 octet
th
4 octet
1 to 223 (except 127)
0 to 255
0 to 255
1 to 254
* This is set at the LAN menu of the MV-1600.
* The default setting is 192.168.0.1.
Setting range: 0 to 31
* This is set at the LAN menu of the MV-1600.
* The default setting is 24.
Setting range: 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
* This is set at the LAN menu of the MV-1600.
* The value 0.0.0.0 signifies that the gateway has not been set.
* The default setting is 0.0.0.0.
This is already set at factory shipping (cannot be changed).
* The setting can be confirmed on the LAN menu of the MV-1600.
NOTE
The LAN settings of the MV-1600 unit cannot be changed from the PC.
To change the LAN settings of the MV-1600 locally, refer to section 5-6. "LAN (LAN
Settings)" in the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual.
1-8. PC Network Settings
The PC network settings need to match the network settings of the MV-1600. The procedure for
making the network settings at the PC varies depending on the OS, and so refer to the OS
manual for details. This setting example shows the case of connecting to the MV-1600 with the
default settings. The MV-1600 default settings are shown below.
IP address
Subnet mask length
Gateway
192. 168. 0.1
24
0.0.0.0
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1) Setting in Windows 2000
Click the Start button on the taskbar, select "Settings" "Network and Dial-up Connections"
and then right-click the "Local Area Connection" icon to open [Properties] window.
Double-clicking "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" under the [General] tab opens the [Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties] window. Make the settings as shown in the example below.
Make a note of the settings before changing them in case you need to return the IP address
to its original settings later.
IP address for PC
Subnet mask
192.168.0.yyy (yyy is any number from 2 to 254 except for the
number set for the MV-1600 unit and the gateway number. In
this example, the setting is yyy=200.)
Set to 255.255.255.0.
2) Setting in Windows XP with the default Start menu setting
Click the Start button on the taskbar, open [Control Panel], and double-click "Network
Connections". Right-click the "Local Area Connection" icon to open [Properties] window.
Double-clicking "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" under the [General] tab opens the [Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties] window. The settings are then made in the same way as 1)
above.
3) Setting in Windows XP with the Start menu setting changed to Classic
Click the Start button on the taskbar, select "Settings"
"Network Connections" and then
right-click the "Local Area Connection" icon to open [Properties] window. Double-clicking
"Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" under the [General] tab opens the [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Properties] window. The settings are then made in the same way as 1) above.
When the settings are completed, click the OK button, and then close all setting windows
[Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties].
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2. Remote Control in Internet Explorer
2-1. Starting and Connecting in Internet Explorer
From the Start button on the taskbar, select "Programs" (All Programs in Windows XP), and
then select "Internet Explorer" to start it.
1) Enter the IP address that has set at LAN menu in MV-1600 into the address bar and press the
Enter key. If the ID is set, the authentication window is displayed whenever communication is
established.
If the ID is no set, the control screen is displayed whenever communication is established.
2) Enter the user name and password and click OK. The control screen is displayed when the
entered user name and password match the stored data.
NOTE
If you turn the MV-1600 power off and then on again during connecting PC with the
MV-1600, the operation of the Internet Explorer may become unstable. Whenever the
power of MV-1600 was turned off and on, restart the Internet Explorer.
2-2. Exiting Internet Explorer
To exit the Internet Explorer, click the x button at the top-right corner of the Internet Explorer
window.
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2-3. Control Screen
The screen below is displayed when communication is established.
1)
2)
3)
4)
1) Output screen control
Used to select output channels or screens for video transmission, SXGA output and VIDEO
output1 and 2.
2) AUTO / ALARM RESET
Used to start automatic channel or page switching for full screen, quad screen or 9-split
screen. Also used to reset the alarm during the alarm operation. However, external alarms
can be reset only when the alarm input mode is set to TRIG.
3) VIEWER
Used to display the LiveViewer screen.
4) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
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2-4. Video Output Control
1)
2)
3)
1) CH1 to CH16
Used to select a channel to display in full screen for SXGA output, VIDEO output 1 and 2, and
the video transmission over a LAN.
IMPORTANT
The displayed channels are the same for SXGA output, VIDEO output and the video
transmission over a LAN.
2) SPLIT
Used to select a split screen to display for SXGA output, VIDEO output 1 and 2, and the video
transmission over a LAN.
IMPORTANT
When SPLIT4 (A-D) or SPLIT 16 is selected, the same channels are displayed in
SXGA output, VIDEO output and the video transmission over a LAN. However, when
9-split screen is selected, 9-split screen is displayed in SXGA output, but 16-split
screen is displayed in VIDEO output and the video transmission over a LAN.
3) AUTO / ALARM RESET
Used to start automatic channel or page switching for full screen, quad screen or 9-split
screen.
NOTE
Refer to section 4-3. "Displaying Full Screen", 4-4. “Displaying Split Screens” and 4-6.
“Auto Sequencing Mode” in the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual for details.
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2-5. Video Transmission (VIEWER)
Clicking the VIEWER button displays the [VIEWER] screen shown below.
4)
1)
5)
2)
3)
1) SIZE
Used to select the JPEG image size to transmit from VGA (640x480pixels) and SXGA
(1280x960pixels). The frame rate for SXGA is lower than VGA because the data size of
SXGA is larger.
2) QUALITY
Used to select the compression ratio of the JPEG image for video transmission from 1 to 4. A
higher number represents a higher resolution.
3) FRAME RATE
Used to set the frame rate for video transmission.
For NTSC, the available frame rates are 0FPS, 1FPS, 5FPS, 10FPS, 15FPS, 30FPS, and
60FPS.
For PAL, the available frame rates are 0FPS, 1FPS, 4FPS, 8FPS, 12FPS, 25FPS, and
50FPS.
When 0FPS is selected, video transmission is stopped. If operation of the control screen
becomes sluggish during video transmission, select 0FPS to temporarily stop video
transmission.
NOTE
The sufficient frame rate may not be obtained because of the transmitted video
images, JPEG compression ratio, specifications of the connected PC, network
environment, and other factors. In this case, change the JPEG compression ratio to
reduce the data volume being transferred, or use the dedicated MV-1600 LiveViewer
software. Inadequate frame rate may cause the images to shake up and down. If this
happens, lower the frame rate setting.
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4) VIEWER Screen
Used to display images transmitted from the MV-1600.
NOTE
The video transmission function is available regardless of the setting of the
"FUNCTION" in the [SYSTEM] menu. For details, see section 5-7. "SYSTEM (System
Settings)" in the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual.
The camera title that includes Japanese kana may not be displayed properly in the
[VIEWER] screen.
The display on the [VIEWER] screen will not be correctly updated if the camera title,
video transmission channel, JPEG image compression ratio, or frame rate is changed
locally in the MV-1600, or remotely by the RS-232C/LAN commands or in Internet
Explorer while the [VIEWER] screen is open.
To view the MENU of the main unit on the VIEWER screen, the screen must be set to
the full screen display of Channel 1.
5) TITLE
Displays the title of the currently displayed video.
IMPORTANT
Title is not displayed when the "TITLE (SXGA)" is set to off in the [DISPLAY] menu.
See section 2-6-5. "DISPLAY" for details.
6) ALARM/LOSS
"A" is displayed for the channel that receives an alarm input.
"L" is displayed on the black screen for the channel that is affected by video loss.
<Alarm display>
<Video loss display>
L
A
*Two alarm display modes are selectable for external alarm and video loss. See section 4-7.
"External Alarm and Video Loss Display" in the separate MV-1600 operation manual for
details.
IMPORTANT
"A" and "L" are not displayed when the "MARK (SXGA)" is set off in the [DISPLAY]
menu. See section 2-6-5. "DISPLAY" for details.
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2-6. Menu Operations
2-6-1. MAIN MENU
Clicking the "MAIN MENU" on the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen opens the [MAIN
MENU] screen shown below. Clicking a submenu opens the corresponding submenu screen.
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2-6-2. TIME SETUP
Clicking the "TIME SETUP" on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [TIME SETUP] screen.
7)
8)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
1) AUTO SEQUENCE (SPLIT)
Used to set auto sequencing interval for quad and 9-split screen display.
Settings are adjustable from one to 30 seconds.
2) AUTO SEQUENCE (FULL)
Used to set auto sequencing interval for full screen display. Settings are adjustable from
one to 30 seconds. Channels that are set to "0" seconds are automatically skipped.
3) FULL DISPLAY
Used to set the time for automatic switching from full screen display mode to split-screen.
Settings are adjustable from one to 60 seconds. No automatic recovery operation is
performed if it is set to OFF.
4) ALARM RESET
Used to set a time to reset alarm when alarm input mode is set to TRIG. Settings are
adjustable from one to 60 seconds.
5) LOSS RESET
Used to set a time to reset video loss. Settings are adjustable from one to 60 seconds.
6) OK Button
Used to confirm settings made on the [TIME SETUP] screen.
7) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
8) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
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2-6-3. ALARM/VIDEO LOSS
Clicking the "ALARM/VIDEO LOSS" on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [ALARM/VIDEO
LOSS] screen shown below.
6)
7)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
1) ALARM MODE
Used to select alarm input mode from TRIG and LEVEL.
TRIG: The alarm state is activated when the alarm input signal changes from HIGH to
LOW. The alarm is reset in the time that was set in [ALARM RESET].
LEVEL: The alarm state is activated while the alarm input signal is LOW.
2) ALARM DISPLAY
Used to select alarm display mode for an external alarm or video loss from FULL and
SPLIT.
FULL: The channel where an alarm was detected is displayed in full-screen.
SPLIT: When an alarm is detected, all channels are displayed in 16-split screen.
3) ALARM
Used to enables (ON) or disables (OFF) alarm display operation for when an external
alarm is detected.
4) LOSS
Used to enables (ON) or disables (OFF) alarm display operation for when a video loss is
detected.
5) OK Button
Used to confirm settings made on the [ALARM/VIDEO LOSS] screen.
6) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
7) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
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2-6-4. TITLE
Clicking the "TITLE " on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [TITLE] screen shown below.
4)
5)
1)
2)
3)
1) CH1 to CH16(SXGA)
Used to set camera titles of up to 8 characters long for each channel of the video
transmission over a LAN and SXGA output.
For details on the available characters, see section 5-4-1. "TITLE SET
(SXGA・VIDEO)" in the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual.
2) CH1 to CH16(VIDEO)
Used to set camera titles of up to 6 characters long for each channel of VIDEO output.
For details on the available characters, see section 5-4-1. "TITLE SET
(SXGA・VIDEO)" in the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual.
3) OK Button
Used to confirm settings made on the [TITLE] screen.
4) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
5) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
NOTE
The camera title that includes Japanese kana may not be displayed properly in the
[VIEWER] screen.
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2-6-5. DISPLAY
Clicking the "DISPLAY" on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [DISPLAY] screen shown
below.
9)
10)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
1) TITLE (SXGA)
Used to set the camera title display on or off for video transmission over a LAN and SXGA
output.
2) MARK (SXGA)
Used to set the "A" and "L" display on or off for the alarm and video loss of video
transmission over a LAN and SXGA output.
3) TALLY (SXGA)
Used to set the tally frame display on or off for the alarm and video loss channel for SXGA
output.
4) BORDER (SXGA)
Used to select the border display for SXGA output from WHITE, BLACK, and OFF.
5) TITLE (VIDEO)
Used to select the camera title display mode for VIDEO OUT.
UNDER SCAN: suitable for the monitor which has the under scan function.
OVER SCAN: suitable for the standard monitor.
OFF :
no title display
6) MARK (VIDEO)
Used to set the “A” and “L” display on or off for the alarm and video loss of VIDEO output
7) BORDER (VIDEO)
Used to select the border display for VIDEO OUT from WHITE, BLACK, and OFF.
8) OK button
Used to confirm the settings made on [DISPLAY] screen.
9) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
10)MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
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2-6-6. LAN
Clicking the "LAN" on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [LAN] screen shown below.
8)
9)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
1) IP ADDRESS
Displays the IP address of the MV-1600.
2) MASK LENGTH
Displays the subnet mask length setting of the MV-1600.
3) MULTICAST ADDRESS
Used to set the multicast address of the MV-1600 for multicast mode operation.
Setting range is from "224.0.1.0" to "239.255.255.255".
* This setting is not necessary when operating in unicast mode.
4) MULTICAST PORT
Used to set the multicast port of the MV-1600 for multicast mode operation.
Setting range is from "1024" to "65535".
* This setting is not necessary when operating in unicast mode.
5) GATEWAY
Displays the gateway setting of the MV-1600.
6) MAC ADDRESS
Displays the MAC address of the MV-1600.
7) OK button
Used to register the LAN settings.
8) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
9) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
The LAN settings except MULTICAST ADDRESS and MULTICAST PORT
can only be made at the menu of the MV-1600 locally. For details, see
section 5-6. "LAN (LAN Settings)" in the separate MV-1600 Operation
Manual.
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2-6-7. SYSTEM
Clicking the "SYSTEM" on the [MAIN MENU] screen opens the [SYSTEM] screen shown
below.
9)
10)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
1) SWITCH LOCK
Used to lock the front panel operation on the MV-1600.
OFF: Operation lock is not activated. All buttons are enabled.
ON: Operation lock is activated. All buttons are disabled except for the MENU button.
2) FUNCTION
Used to select operation mode.
SXGA: The SXGA output function is enabled.
The video transfer function is also enabled. However, the frame rates (refresh
interval) of video transfer over LAN interface is reduced, because the priority is
on the SXGA output.
NETWORK: The video transmission over a LAN interface function is enabled.
NETWORK(+ALARM): The video data stream includes alarm and video loss information.
SXGA & NETWORK: Both SXGA output and video transmission over a LAN interface
functions are enabled. However, the frame rate (refresh rate) for each function
may become slower than using either one alone.
SXGA & NETWORK(+ALARM): Concurrent use of the SXGA output function and the
video transfer function over the LAN interface is enabled and the video data
stream includes alarm and video loss information.
3) REMOTE / ALARM
Used to set the connector on the rear panel to use for REMOTE control or ALARM input.
REMOTE: Enables the remote control of the MV-1600
ALARM: Enables to receive external alarm inputs.
* CH1 to CH16 pins of REMOTE connector receive alarm signals.
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4) NETWORK MODE
Used to select network mode.
Unicast (TCP):
Sets to unicast mode.
Multicast (UDP): Sets to multicaste mode.
5) FAN
Displays the cooling fan status.
OK: The fan is operating without any problems.
NG: An error has occurred in the fan.
6) SOFTWARE VERSION
Displays the internal software version.
7) HARDWARE VERSION
Displays the internal hardware version.
8) OK button
Used to confirm the settings made on the [SYSTEM] screen.
9) REMOTE CONTROLLER
Used to return to the [REMOTE CONTROLLER] screen.
10) MAIN MENU
Used to return to the [MAIN MENU] screen.
IMPORTANT
This control software updates the status information of MV-1600 at the every startup
and displays it.
If you wish to display the current status information, press OK button to update the
information manually.
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3. Video transmission by MV-1600 LiveViewer
3-1. Starting and Connecting MV-1600 LiveViewer
Double-click the "MV1600LiveViewer.exe" file that was copied from the CD-ROM to start the
software.
The Controller screen shown below is displayed.
1) When connecting MV-1600 in unicast mode:
Enter the IP address of the MV-1600 to connect in the address box, and then click the
Connect button.
If the ID is set, the authentication window shown below is displayed.
* If the ID is not set, the [VIEWER] screen is displayed.
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Enter the ID and password, and then click OK. The [VIEWER] screen is displayed when the
entered ID and password match the stored data.
NOTE
The video transmission function is available regardless of the setting of "FUNCTION"
in the [SYSTEM] menu. For details, see section 5-7. "SYSTEM (System Settings)" in
the separate MV-1600 Operation Manual.
When using the MV-1600 LiveViewer, the Viewer function of Internet Explorer is not
available.
2) When connecting MV-1600 in multicast mode (with optional software):
Click the "Multicast" check box and enter the multicast address and multicast port of the
MV-1600 to connect. Click the Connect button to establish the connection and display the
[VIEWER] screen.
NOTE
When using the MV-1600 LiveViewer, the Viewer screen of Internet Explorer is not
available.
3-2. Shutting Off and Exiting MV-1600 LiveViewer
To disconnect from the MV-1600, click the x button at the top-right corner of the [VIEWER]
screen. To exit MV-1600 LiveViewer, click the x button at the top-right corner of the [Controller]
screen.
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3-3. Control Screen of MV-1600 LiveViewer
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
1) IP ADDRESS
Used to display or enter the IP address of the MV-1600 that is currently connected or is to be
connected. To change the controlled MV-1600, close the [VIEWER] screen, enter the IP
address, and then click the Connect button again.
2) MULTICAST ADDRESS
Used to display the multicast address of the MV-1600 that is currently connected. To change
the multicast address, close the [VIEWER] screen, enter the required multicast address, and
then click the Connect button again.
3) MULTICAST PORT
Used to display the multicast port of the MV-1600 that is currently connected. To change the
multicast port, close the [VIEWER] screen, enter the required multicast port, and then click
the Connect button again.
4) CONNECT
Used to establish a connection with the MV-1600 specified by IP address and open the
[VIEWER] screen.
5) MULTICAST
Used to switch between unicast mode and multicast mode.
Not checked: Connects MV-1600 in unicast mode.
Checked:
Connects MV-1600 in multicast mode.
6) FRAME RATE
Displays the current actual frame rate.
7) JPEG FILE SIZE
Displays the file size of the image being transferred. The unit is bytes.
8) AUTO SEQUENCE
Used to start auto sequencing of full screen, quad screen or 9-splilt screen.
IMPORTANT
When 9-split screen auto sequencing is selected, the 16-split screen will be displayed
on the video transmission over a LAN. See section 4-3. "Displaying Full Screen", 4-4.
"Displaying Split Screens" and 4-6. "Auto Sequencing Mode" for details.
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9) CHANNEL
Used to select a channel or a page to display for SXGA output, VIDEO output 1 and 2, and
video transmission over a LAN interface.
IMPORTANT
The selections made here are shared by SXGA output, Video output and the video
transmission over a LAN.
In quad and 16-split screen, the same channels are displayed in SXGA output, VIDEO
output and the video transmission over a LAN interface. However, when 9-split screen
is selected, 9-split screen is displayed in SXGA output, but 16-split screen is displayed
in VIDEO output and the video transmission over a LAN interface.
10) QUALITY
Used to select the JPEG compression ratio for transmission from 1 to 4. A higher number
indicates a higher resolution.
11) SIZE
Used to select the JPEG image size to transmit from VGA (640x480pixels) and SXGA
(1280x960pixels). The frame rate for SXGA is lower than VGA because the data size of
SXGA is larger.
12) FRAME RATE
Used to set the frame rate for transmission.
For NTSC, the available frame rates are 1FPS, 5FPS, 10FPS, 15FPS, 30FPS, and 60FPS.
For PAL, the available frame rates are 1FPS, 4FPS, 8FPS, 12FPS, 25FPS, and 50FPS.
NOTE
The sufficient frame rate may not be obtained because of the transmitted video
images, JPEG compression ratio, specifications of the connected PC, network
environment, and other factors. In this case, change the JPEG compression ratio to
reduce the data volume being transferred. Inadequate frame rate may cause the
images to shake up and down. If this happens, lower the frame rate setting.
The display on the MV-1600 Live Viewer screen will not be correctly updated if the
camera title, video transmission channel, JPEG image compression ratio, or frame
rate is changed locally in the MV-1600, or remotely by the RS-232C/LAN commands
or in Internet Explorer while the MV-1600 Live Viewer screen is open.
To view the [MENU] of the main unit on the MV-1600 Live Viewer screen, the screen
must be set to the full screen display of Channel 1.
The video transfer channel, quality and frame rate cannot be changed when
connecting the MV-1600 in multicast mode. To change these settings, use the
[VIEWER] screen of Internet Explorer.
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3-4. Viewer Screen in MV-1600 LiveViewer
1)
2)
1) Image Area
Displays the image that is transmitted from the MV-1600.
2) TITLE
Displays the title of the video.
NOTE
The display on the [VIEWER] screen will not be correctly updated if the camera title,
video transmission channel, JPEG image compression ratio, or frame rate is changed
locally in the MV-1600, or remotely by the RS-232C/LAN commands or in Internet
Explorer while the [VIEWER] screen is open. The camera title is not displayed, if the
TITLE(SXGA) is set off in the [DISPLAY] menu. See section 2-6-5. "DISPLAY" for
details.
3) ALARM/LOSS
"A" is displayed for the channel that receives an alarm input.
"L" is displayed on the black screen for the channel that is affected by video loss.
<Alarm display>
<Video loss display>
L
A
*Two alarm display modes are available for external alarm and video loss. See section 4-7.
"External Alarm and Video Loss Display" in the separate MV-1600 operation manual for
details.
IMPORTANT
"A" and "L" are not displayed when the "MARK (SXGA)" is set off in the [DISPLAY]
menu. See section 2-6-5. "DISPLAY" for details.
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4. Troubleshooting
Be sure to check the following points before requesting repairs.
IMPORTANT
If the MV-1600 still does not operate properly after checking all of the points below, try
turning the power off and then on again. Also, try restarting the PC and the software. If
this still does not fix the problem, please contact your FOR-A dealer.
Symptom
The MV-1600
remote control
software does not
start.
Check point
Does the PC meet the
operating environment
conditions?
Is other software
currently running?
Is the MV-1600 turned
on?
Is the network
connected correctly?
The MV-1600 does
not operate over a
network.
Are the LAN adapter
and other hardware
operating properly?
Were the PC network
settings made
correctly?
Were the MV-1600
network settings made
correctly?
Is the same IP address
being used twice?
The video from
MV-1600 is not
displayed via
network.
Remedy
Start with a PC that meets the operating
environment conditions.
There may be a conflict with another
software program. Close all other programs,
and then start the MV-1600 remote control
software again.
Check that the MV-1600 is turned on.
Check that the network wires and cables are
connected properly.
Check that the cable type is correct.
Use the device manager or diagnostic
program to check if the hardware is
operating properly.
Check that the drivers are installed correctly.
Check that the TCP/IP protocol is installed
and that the IP address and other settings
are correct.
From the MV-1600 menu, check that the IP
address and other settings are correct.
Check that no IP addresses are duplicated
among all PCs and MV-1600 units over the
network.
Check that the MV-1600 network operation
Is the network mode set
mode matches to that of the MV-1600
correctly?
LiveViewer.
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Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in
which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
07/24/2007 Printed in Japan
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