2 1 Overview An IP camera (hereinafter referred to as IPC) is a new product integrating network video technologies into a traditional camera. The IPC can realize simpler monitoring (particularly remote monitoring), easier construction and maintenance, better audio and alarm linkage, more flexible record storage, more enriched product selection, much clearer video effect, and more perfect monitoring management. In addition, the IPC supports access by WiFi, 3G and optical fiber, and PoE (Power over Ethernet, or network power supply). With the rapid development of network, network products have gradually spread to every corner of our life. The developing and innovative IPC has been widely applied to the education, commerce, medical treatment, public services, and other fields. Common audio and video cameras used at the places such as banks, supermarkets, companies, residences, and households have gradually replaced by IPCs whose videos can be uploaded to the network. You can view public or private real-time pictures or dynamic videos at home or any place where network is available. The company has launched multiple IPC modules whose specifications are listed in the table below: Product Name B17 B13 B14 Master Chip Hi3518C Sensor OV9712 AP0130 GK1401 Sensor Pixel 100M 130M 100M Dimensions 1/4 1/3 1/3.8 Electronic Shutter 1/5 1/15000 S Compression Mode H.264 Resolution Video Stream Bit Rate Encoding Type S/N Ratio 2A Video Algorithm Video Enhancement Privacy Mask Text Overlay Video Mirror Video Device Audio Performance 1280*720: 30 fps; 640*360: 30 fps; 160*112: 30 fps Dual stream 32Kbps 8192Kbps CBR (Constant Bit Rate) and VBR (Variable Bit Rate) 50db AWB (auto white balance), auto exposure Backlight compensation, brightness, contrast and hue adjustment Up to four regions Customizable Horizontal and vertical 1-ch MIC input/1-ch LINE_OUT Two-way voice talkback
3 Audio System Local Storage Alarm I/O Interface Alarm Method Alarm Processing Network Interface Network Service Protocol WiFi Interface Network Security Web Server Software Management Mobile Phone Monitoring Remote Access Power Supply G.711/G.726 Expansible MIN_SD card interface 1-ch input and 1-ch output Motion detection: sets motion detection regions and triggers motion alarms. The control center undertakes monitoring and transmits alarms to the presets: sends s with snapshots, keeps records in logs, and saves records and snapshots to a local directory. Ethernet (10/100M BASE-T), RJ-45 interface TCP, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, DHCP, DHS, DDNS, ARP, ICMP, SMTP, POP3, NTP, RTP, RTCP, Pelco-D Optional IP filter, user-class password protection, user access logs Micro internet Explorer6.0 or later, GOOGLE, CHROME, FIREFOX, etc. Multi-channel remote network monitoring management system, ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compatible with each platform software iphone and Andriod mobile monitoring DDNS and P2P remote access DC12V/1A Operating Temperature 2 IPC Setting 2.1 Connection Mode
4 As shown in the figures above, IPCs can be connected in two ways. 2.2 Operation Steps Note: Before operation, set the computer as follows: Select Start > Control Panel > Network Connections > Local Area Connections > Properties, and on the pop-up screen, click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) > Properties, select Use the following IP address, type the IP address X (X ranging from 2 to 10 is recommended) and the subnet mask , and click OK. Set the computer in the above way when browsing IPCs via Web and Client as described in sections 3.2 Browsing via Web and 3.3 Browsing via Client Login Start a browser, such as Internet Explorer and QQ browser. Type the IP of the IPC in the address bar. Note: The default IP of the IPC is Press ENTER to open the login screen. Type the IPC user name in the first field. Note: The default user name of the IPC is admin. Type the IPC password in the second field. Note: The default password of the IPC is admin. Click the Login button.
5 2.2.2 Control Installation Upon login, the system prompts you to install a control for the initial access to the IPC. Click the Download Player option on the preceding screen. Double-click HDIPCamera.exe. Click Next continuously till the following screen appears.
6 Click Install. Click Finish to complete control installation Searching the IP of IPC in the LAN The software tool IPCSearch.exe can be used to search the IP in the LAN. Multiple IPCs can be connected in the LAN. Perform the following steps: Run IPCSearch.exe, click the Search button to display the IP of connected IPCs in the LAN, as shown in the figure below:
7 1. Double-click the desired device to open the Web page. 2. Select the desired device and click the Web button to open the Web page. Remember the searched IP to browse or set the IPC via Web or Client. (Refer to sections Changing IP, 3 Browsing IPCs in the LAN, and 4. Remotely Browsing IPCs) Changing IP Note: If only one IPC is available in the same LAN, it is not recommended to change its IP. If two or more IPCs are available in the same LAN, their IPs must be changed to be different. Keep a record of the new IP to help accessing the IPC even if the IP is forgotten. Upon correct control installation and login, the following screen appears.
8 Click Parameters > Network > IP Settings to go to the following screen. Change the IP in the IP Address field. The IP address is changed successfully. 3 Browsing IPCs in the LAN 3.1 Overview Common networking in the LAN is as shown in the figure below.
9 You can browse IPC images in the LAN in any of the following ways: Web Client NVR These methods will be introduced in the following sections. 3.2 Browsing via Web Log in to the IPC by referring to section Login. If the control is installed on the computer, install the control by referring to section Control Installation. Then, you can browse IPC images, control and set the IPC. 3.3 Browsing via Client Installation Run setup.exe in the attached compact disc. Select the desired language, English for example, and click OK.
10 Click Next continuously till the following window appears. Click the Install button and wait for the following window.
11 Click the Finish button to complete installation of the client. Note: Upon installation, the computer runs the client immediately. 3.4 Browsing via NVR Refer to the NVR User Manual. 4. Remotely Browsing IPCs 4.1 Overview Remote access is to access IPCs in the WAN (Wide Area Network), and the common networking is as shown in the figure below. Remote access can be realized in any of the following ways: Client Mobile phone These methods will be introduced in the following sections. 4.2 Browsing via Client Run the Client and click Add Device to open the following screen.
12 Click the Add button to open the following screen. Enter Device Name (named at will), User (admin by default), Password and Device Address, as shown in the following screen.
13 Click OK to present the icon of the camera in the device list as shown in the figure below. Drag and drop the camera to any playing screen to remotely browse its videos. Note: For other functions of the Client, refer to the Windows PC Client User Manual. 5 IPC Parameter Setting and Introduction The IPC Web on the Internet Explorer mainly includes the following functions: Home, Replay, Media, Parameters, and System. Click the desired button to enter the corresponding function interface. On the upper right corner of the Web, click the Download Player option to
14 download the player and Logout to exit and return to the login screen. 5.1 Home Upon login to the camera, the Home page appears by default, where the middle section is the video image, the top section shows function buttons, and the right section shows the operation panel. Detailed functions are described below: Recording: Click the button to turn it red and open the local storage dialog box to save video files to a local folder. Snapshot: Click the button to take a snapshot of the current screen and open the local storage dialog box to save the picture to a local folder. Talkback: Click the button to enable talkback and hide the red icon, so voices can be sent from the computer to the camera. Voice: Click the button to turn on the voice and hide the red icon; click it again to turn off the voice again.
15 Direction control keyboard Vertical/Horizontal linear scan Hue adjustment Brightness adjustment Contrast adjustment Saturation adjustment Power supply setting Scene setting Stream setting Image setting Note: Some functions in the control panel are available to high-speed dome cameras only, and other cameras will not display these functions. 5.2 Playback Click the Playback button in the navigation panel to enter the playback screen, as shown in figure below.
16 5.2.1 Searching Playback Files 1. Click the button on the right to see the red date(s) with records. 2. Select the date to search videos. 3. Select the type of videos to play in the drop-down list box, and click the button to search videos and display them in the video list. 4. Double-click the video to play in the video list and play it in the playing area. 5. Click these buttons to go to the first, previous, next, and last page of the video list Downloading Videos Select the desired video file in the video list and click the download the video. button to Controlling Video Playing Stop: stops the video completely and return to the start point. Pause: temporarily stops the playing video. Play: plays the video again after pausing, stopping and stepping forward frame. Fast play: speeds up playing.
17 Play by frame: plays one frame at each click. Playback progress bar Audio adjustment bar 5.3 Media Media parameters include the video, audio, image, OSD, and PTZ setting Video Settings Click the Video button to open the following screen. Resolution: Set the image size. Bit Rate: Set the maximum bit rate for data transmission like 2048KBps (2MBps per second for image transmission, or at most 256Kb per second stored on the computer); accordingly, a camera provides at most 0.9Gb records per hour. Maximum Frame: Set the maximum number of frames per second; for example, 30 frames indicate 30 pictures per second. Bit Rate Type: Constant bitrate refers to a constant bitrate, and Variable bitrate indicates a bitrate changed according to image sizes, where the bitrate decreases under static environment and increases under dynamic environment. I Frame Gap: Set the interval between I frames.
18 Norm: PAL and NTSC are two different systems and the former is usually used in China Audio Settings Encoded Format: Choose among G711a, G711u and G726. Input Gain: Set the input volume of the camera sound pickup. Output Vol: Set the output volume of the camera horn. Main Stream: Turn on or off the audio of the main stream. Sub Stream: Turn on or off the audio of the sub stream Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) WDR: Choose among Off, Low, and High OSD Options In the OSD Options screen, you can choose to switch on or off the time stamp and camera name, customize the name, and move the time stamp.
19 5.3.5 PTZ Settings (Available for Devices with PTZ Only) Set the PTZ properties as follows:
20 5.4 Parameters Network Set the fixed IP in the following screen. IP Type: Switch between Fixed IP and Dynamic IP; If Fixed IP is selected, set the fixed IP for the camera, and if Dynamic IP is selected, select DHCP Service in the DNS Type field so the DHCP server allocates IP to the camera. IP Address: Display the current LAN IP of the camera. Subnet Mask: Display the current subnet mask of the camera. Gateway: Set the IP for accessing Internet devices like routers to enable DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server), P2P (peer-to-peer) and other related functions. Primary DNS: Get the local IP of the DNS (Domain Name Server) from the network provider to enable DDNS, P2P and other related functions. Port: HTTP: Set the HTTP (Hyper Text Transport Protocol) port for transmitting HTTP data, such as Web application and CGI (Computer Graphics Interface) configuration.
21 RTSP: Set the RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) audio and video stream port. ONVIF: Set the ONVIF port Dynamic DNS Dynamic DNS: Select On in the Status field to make the bound domain name effective, select a corresponding provider (only the dyndns and 3322 domain names are supported at present and no free domain names are available because they are unstable), and type the username and password Settings Keep the server name and port by default. Send To: Set the of a receiver to receive s of motion detection alarms. Test: Click the button to test the settings.
22 5.4.4 WiFi Settings Enable: Select the Enable checkbox to enable WiFi. Search: Click the Search button to find WiFi signals around the camera. Note: WiFi connection is tried only when the webpage is disconnected P2P Settings Status: Select the Enable checkbox to enable P2P. Password: Change the password.
23 5.4.6 Motion Detection Settings Sensibility: Select a level of sensitivity for detection. Action: Choose to send snapshots and videos for alarms by or FTP. Schedule: Choose among Week Mode, Work Mode, and Always. Time: Click the Time button to select the time for motion detection Occlusion Detection The system generates an alarm when the camera is covered.
24 5.4.8 Alarm Input and Output Action: Choose to send snapshots and videos for alarms by or FTP. Schedule: Choose among Week Mode, Work Mode, and Always. Time: Click the Time button to select the time for motion detection Snapshot Set the interval for taking snapshots and choose to send the snapshots by or FTP.
25 Record Record: Save records to an SD card. Schedule: Select the recording time. Time: Click the Time button to select the time for motion detection. 5.5 System This is to set User, Time setting, Initialize, Device info, Local Storage, and System log User This is to change passwords and create users. Account information of the Administrator (admin) cannot be changed and new users are common users.
26 5.5.2 Time settings This is to adjust time manually, synchronize time with the computer and NTP (network time protocol), and select the time zone as needed. The time zone should be correct. Otherwise, the P2P client may display wrong time Initialize Reboot: Reboot the camera; it takes about one minute for the camera to restart. Factory Default: Restore default settings; the IP is restored to , and you need to configure some parameters after restoring to factory settings. Upgrade: Select the upgrade file and firmware version. For details, refer to
27 the Updating your Camera in the FAQ folder Device Info This screen shows the camera name, serial number, versions and network information SD Card Info This is to view the status of the SD card System Log You can check logs saved in an SD card in the camera that records the operation history and motion detection alarms, as shown in the screen below.
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