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CCMS2010-IR CCMS2010-IRW (LAN PoE) (WiFi) 2 Megapixel Compact IP Camera with IR illumination User Manual
CCMS2010-IR CCMS2010-IRW (LAN PoE) (WiFi) 2 Megapixel Compact IP Camera with IR illumination User Manual

CCMS2010-IR

CCMS2010-IRW

(LAN PoE) (WiFi)

2 Megapixel Compact IP Camera with IR illumination

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Copyright

Data and design subject to change without notice. / Supply subject to availability. Liefermöglichkeiten und technische Änderungen vorbehalten. © 2014 Copyright by Siemens AB

We reserve all rights in this document and in the subject thereof. By acceptance of the document the recipient acknowledges these rights and undertakes neither to publish the document nor the subject thereof in full or in part, nor to make them available to any third party without our prior express written authorization, nor to use it for any purpose other than for which it was delivered to him.

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Contents

1

Copyright

 

2

2

About this document

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2.1

Content of document

5

2.2

Meaning of symbols

5

2.3

Target group

5

3

Safety

6

3.1

General safety precautions

 

6

3.2

Transport

6

3.3

Installation

6

3.4

Maintenance

6

3.5

Sensor characteristics

7

4

EU-directives

8

5

Technical data

9

6

Details for ordering

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6.1

Package contents

11

7

Overview

12

7.1

Features

12

7.2

Dimensions

13

7.3

Connectors

14

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Camera

cabling

16

8.1

Connect

Power

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8.2

Connect Ethernet Cable

16

8.3

Connect

Alarm I/O

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System requirements

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10

WIFI setting

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Access camera

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12

Camera settings

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12.1

Menu Tree of the GUI (Graphical User Interface)

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12.2

Main

Tab

“Live Player-Web”

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12.3

Main

Tab

“System”

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12.3.1

System

 

29

12.3.2

Security

30

12.3.3

Network

34

12.3.4

SNMP

37

12.3.5

UPnP

38

12.3.6

DDNS

39

12.3.7

Mail

39

12.3.8

FTP

39

12.3.9

HTTP

40

12.3.10

Events

40

12.3.11

Application

 

40

12.3.12

Motion Detection

44

12.3.13

Network Failure Detection

48

12.3.14

Tampering

49

12.3.15

Periodical Event

52

12.3.16

Storage Management (Local

Recording)

53

12.3.17

Recording (Local Recording)

54

12.3.18

Schedule

55

12.3.19

File Location (Snapshots and Web Recording)

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Copyright

12.3.20

View Information

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12.3.21

Factory Default

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12.3.22

Software Version

57

12.3.23

Software Upgrade

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12.3.24

Maintenance

58

12.4

Main Tab “Streaming”

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12.4.1

Format (Video Resolution and Rotate Type)

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12.4.2

Video Compression

61

12.4.3

Video

ROI

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12.4.4

Video OCX Protocol

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12.4.5

Video Frame Rate

63

12.4.6

Video

Mask

63

12.4.7

Audio (Audio Mode and Bit Rate Settings)

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12.5

Main Tab “Camera”

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12.5.1

Exposure

65

12.5.2

White Balance

66

12.5.3

Picture Adjustment

67

12.5.4

Backlight

67

12.5.5

Digital Zoom

67

12.5.6

IR Function

68

12.5.7

WDR Function

69

12.5.8

Noise Reduction

69

12.5.9

TV System

69

12.6

Main Tab “Logout”

69

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Configuration Files Export / Import

70

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Maintenance

71

15

Disposal

72

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Appendix further technical information

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16.1

Setup Internet Security

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16.2

Video Resolution - setups

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2 About this document

2.1 Content of document

This document contains information on the configuration of the product.

2.2 Meaning of symbols

Orientation guide

[-> 3]

Save

<Ctrl>

[-> 3] Save <Ctrl> Cross-reference Button Key Tips and information

Cross-reference

Button

Key

Tips and information

2.3 Target group

Commissioning personnel

Configure the product at the place of installation accord- ing to customer-specific re- quirements.

Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.

Has attended the training courses for commissioning personnel.

Check the product operabil- ity and release the product for use by the operator.

Searches for and corrects malfunctions.

Operating personnel

Performs the procedures for proper operation of the product.

No particular qualification required.

Has received instruction from the opera- tional startup personnel.

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Safety

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Safety

3.1 General safety precautions

Read the general safety precautions before installing/configuring/operating the device.

Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the device.

Keep this document for reference purposes.

This document must always accompany the product.

Liability claim

Use only spare parts and accessories that have been approved by the manu- facturer.

3.2 Transport

Keep the packaging material for future transportation.

Do not expose the device to mechanical vibrations or shocks.

3.3 Installation

It is recommended that all preparatory work (e.g. fitting of accessories) be carried out in a workshop prior to final installation.

The environmental conditions recommended by the manufacturer must be observed. See section 'technical data'.

Do not operate the device close to sources of powerful electromagnetic radia- tion.

The device should only be used for indoor applications.

The mounting surface must be solid and non-combustible.

Danger of electrical shock/fire hazard/damage to the device due to incorrect connection

Connect the device only to a power source that complies with SELV requirements and with the Limited Power Source requirements to EN 60950-1.

3.4 Maintenance

Do not attempt to service or modify this device yourself. Refer this work to qualified service personnel.

Do not use liquid cleaners or sprays that contain alcohol, spirit or ammonia.

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3.5

Sensor characteristics

The following conditions may be observed when using a CMOS camera. These are inherent in the design and do not stem from any fault in the camera itself.

Vertical smear:

This phenomenon occurs when viewing a very bright object.

Patterned noise:

This is a fixed pattern, which may appear over the entire monitor screen when the camera is operated at a high temperature or in a low luminance environment.

Jagged picture:

When viewing stripes, straight lines, or similar patterns, the image on the screen may appear jagged.

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EU-directives

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EU-directives

This product complies with the requirements of the following European directives. The EU declaration of conformity is available to the responsible agencies at:

Siemens AB Infrastructure & Cities Security Products International Headquarters Englundavägen 7

SE-171 41 SOLNA

European Directive 2004/108/EC „Electromagnetic Compatibility”

Compliance with the European Directive 2004/108/EC has been proven by test- ing according to the following standards:

Emitted interference:

EN 55022 Class B

Interference resistance:

EN 50130-4

Power supply Ensure that the AC power supply is stable and within the rated voltage of the unit. Use an uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to ensure a continuous function of the unit in the event of power dips on the AC mains supply.

European Directive 1995/5/EC “Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment (RTTE)

Compliance with the European Directive 1995/5/EC has been proven by testing according to the following standards:

Safety

EN 60950-1

Radio

EN 301 489-1 EN 301 489-17 EN 300 328

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Technical data

Technical data

Camera CCMS2010-IR CCMS2010-IRW Image Sensor 1/2.7” Progressive CMOS Effective Pixels 1920 (H) x 1080 (V)

Camera

CCMS2010-IR

CCMS2010-IRW

Image Sensor

1/2.7” Progressive CMOS

Effective Pixels

1920 (H) x 1080 (V)

Minimum Illumination

Colour: 0.2 lux (F2.0) 30 IRE B/W: 0.02 lux (F2.0) 30 IRE

White Balance

Manual / AWB / ATW

Shutter Speed

1 ~ 1/10000 sec.

Lens

Focal Length

2.8 mm

F Number

F2.0

Operation

Multiple Languages

German / English / Spanish / French / Italian / Japanese / Korean / Portuguese / Russian / Simplified Chinese / Traditional Chinese

 

Backlight Compensation

On / Off

White Balance

Auto / Manual / ATW / One Push

Noise Reduction (3D)

On / Off

Wide Dynamic Range

On / Off

Privacy Mask

On / Off

Brightness

Manual

Exposure

Auto / Manual

Sharpness

Manual

Image Setting

Contrast

Manual

Saturation

Manual

Hue

Manual

Digital Zoom

Support

Motion Detection

On / Off / By Schedule

Privacy Mask Type

Color

ICR

Auto / On / Off / Smart

ICR + IR LED*

Auto / LED On / LED Off / Smart IR / Light Sensor

Tampering Alarm

On / Off / By Schedule

Audio

Two-way Audio

Built-In Microphone and Speaker

Compression

G.711 / G.726

Network

Interface

RJ-45, 10/100 Mbps

WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz

Video Compression

H.264 / MJPEG

Video Streaming

Dual Streams- H.264 + H.264 / H.264 + MJPEG Quad Streams- H.264 x 4 / H.264 x 3 + MJPEG

Video Resolution

H.264- Full HD 1080P / SXGA / HD 720P / XGA / SVGA / D1 / VGA / CIF MJPEG- Full HD 1080P / SXGA / HD 720P / XGA / SVGA / D1 / VGA / CIF

Frame Rate

Dual Streams- 1080P (30/25 fps) + D1 (30/25 fps)

Protocol

IPv4/v6, TCP/IP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, HTTP, HTTPS, ICMP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, PPPoE, UPnP, IGMP, SNMP, QoS, ONVIF, ARP

Security / Authorization

HTTPS / IP Filter / IEEE 802.1X

HTTPS / IP Filter / IEEE 802.1X

HTTPS / IP Filter / WEP / WPA / WPA2 Wireless Security

Alarm

Input

1 Set, 5V 10kΩ pull up

Output

1 Set, Photo Relay Output

Event Notification

HTTP / FTP / SMTP

microSD

microSDHC 32GB Support

Supported Web Browser

Internet Explorer (6.0+) / Chrome / Firefox / Safari

User Account

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Password Levels

User and Administrator

Mechanical

Built-in IR Illumi- nator

Working distance

up to 5m (dependent on scene reflectance)

Wavelength

850 nm

Number of LEDs

2

Alarm Power

Alarm

Power

Power Connection

PoE / DC Jack

Micro USB (with 1A USB Adapter)

LED Indicator

Power / Link / ACT

Power / Link / ACT

Power (Green) / WiFi (Orange)

4 Pin Terminal Block (Female) Connectors DC Jack Micro USB Port

4 Pin Terminal Block (Female)

4 Pin Terminal Block (Female)

Connectors

DC Jack

Micro USB Port

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Technical data

Ethernet RJ-45 N/A

Ethernet

RJ-45

N/A

General

Ethernet RJ-45 N/A General

Operating Temperature

-10°C ~ 50°C

Humidity

10% ~ 90%, No Condensation

Dimension

96.51 x 56.00 x 61.40 mm

Weight

 

120 g

Power Source

PoE / DC 12V

1A USB Adapter 5V

Power Con-

System

 

3 W

sumption

Built-In IR Illuminator

 

+0.8 W

Regulatory

 

CE

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Details for ordering

Details for ordering

Type

Order No.

Designation

S54561-C112-A100

S54561-C112-A200

2 Megapixel IP Compact Camera with Infrared , LAN PoE

2 Megapixel IP Compact Camera with Infrared , WiFi

CCMS2010-IR

CCMS2010-IRW

IP Compact Camera with Infrared , LAN PoE 2 Megapixel IP Compact Camera with Infrared ,

Further products and accessories can be found in the internet:

https://is.spiap.com/products/video.html

6.1 Package contents

IP camera

Resource kit CD

Quick Install Guide

Wall Bracket

Micro SD card (4GB)

Jack/Terminal Adapter (PoE model only)

12VDC Power Adapter (PoE model only)

5VDC Power Adapter with USB/Micro-USB cable (WiFi model only)

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Overview

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Overview

The CCMS2010-IR/W compact IP Camera is an easy setup camera with PoE or WiFi (depending on Model) supported to reduce complicate cabling. The IP Camera has a built-in microphone and speaker which allows two-way audio communication. 2 Megapixel Resolution is supported for providing high definition images. Quad Streams Compression (H.264 Baseline / Main / High Profile + MJPEG) are available for efficient bandwidth and storage management. For low- light situations, the IP Camera has incorporated Day/Night ICR technologies to capture clear images.

7.1

Features

Progressive Scan CMOS Sensor

2M Resolution

Quad Streams Support

Dual streams- Full HD 1080P Real-Time + D1 Real-Time

Quad Streams Compression- H.264 Baseline / Main / High Profile + MJPEG

Multi-language Support

Wide Dynamic Range

Built-In Microphone and Speaker

Motion Detection

Privacy Masks

Smart Picture Quality / 3D Noise Reduction

Smart IR Mode

Day/Night (ICR)

IR LED Module (working distance up to 5 m)

microSD Support

ONVIF Support

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7.2

Dimensions

Overview

The dimensions of the IP Camera are shown below.

CCMS2010-IR

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Overview

7.3

Connectors

The diagrams below show the connectors of the IP Camera. Definition for each connector is also given as follows.

CCMS2010-IR

for each connector is also given as follows. CCMS2010-IR Connector Definition 1 PoE NETWORK For Ethernet

Connector

Definition

1 PoE NETWORK

For Ethernet cable and PSE connection

2

Network LEDs

Network connection and activity indication

3

DC 12V Connector

For power connection

 

1

Alarm Output +

4

4

Alarm I/O

2

Alarm Output −

3

Alarm Input +

 

4

Alarm Input −

5

microSD Card Slot

For videos and snapshots storage

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Default Button

Press the button with a proper tool for at least 20 seconds to restore the system.

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CCMS2010-IRW

Overview

CCMS2010-IRW Overview Connector Definition 1 Micro USB Port For Power connection 1 Alarm Output + 2

Connector

Definition

1 Micro USB Port

For Power connection

1

Alarm Output +

2

Alarm Output −

3

Alarm Input +

4

Alarm Input −

2 Alarm I/O
2 Alarm I/O

2 Alarm I/O

2 Alarm I/O
2 Alarm I/O

3 Power LED

Power indication

4 WLAN LED

Wireless network connection and activity indication

5 microSD Card Slot

For videos and snapshots storage

6 Default Button

Press the button with a proper tool for at least 20 seconds to restore the system.

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Camera cabling

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Camera cabling

Please follow the instructions below to complete IP Camera connection.

8.1 Connect Power

CCMS2010-IR

Please refer to section 7.3 Connectors. Alternatively, users can power the cam- era by PoE. Use an Ethernet cable and connect it to the camera and a PoE switch.

NOTE: If PoE is used, make sure Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) is in used in the If PoE is used, make sure Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) is in used in the network.

CCMS2010-IRW

Please refer to section 7.3 Connectors. Plug the cameras Micro USB Power Sup- ply Adapter connecting with the Micro USB cable into the power outlet, and con- nect the other end of the cable to the cameras Micro USB port. Alternatively, con- nect the Micro USB Cable to the Micro USB port of the camera and plug the other end of the cable into the USB port of the computer.

8.2 Connect Ethernet Cable

CCMS2010-IR

Use of Category 5 Ethernet Cable is recommended for network connection. To have best transmission quality, cable length shall not exceed 100 meters. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the PoE Network connector of the IP 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 connect- ing the IP Camera In some cases, Ethernet Crossover cable might be needed when connect- ing the IP Camera directly to the PC.

Check the status of the link indicator and activity indicator LEDs. If the LEDs are unlit, please check LAN connection.

LEDs. If the LEDs are unlit, please check LAN connection. CCMS2010-IRW Green Link Light indicates good

CCMS2010-IRW

Green Link Light indicates good network connection. Orange Activity Light flashes for network activity indication.

Check the status of the Wireless LAN (WLAN) LED. If the LED is unlit, please check if the camera is connected to the network.

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The LED in orange light indicates good network connection. 8.3 Connect Alarm I/O Camera cabling

The LED in orange light indicates good network connection.

8.3 Connect Alarm I/O

Camera cabling

The camera equips one alarm input and one relay output for alarm application. Re- fer to alarm pin definition below to connect alarm devices to the IP Camera if needed.

below to connect alarm devices to the IP Camera if needed. PIN 1: Output + PIN

PIN 1: Output + PIN 2: Output − PIN 3: Input + PIN 4: Input

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System requirements

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System requirements

To perform the IP Camera via web browser, please ensure the PC is in good net- work connection, and meet system requirements as described below.

Items

System Requirement

Personal Computer

1.

Intel ® Pentium ® M, 2.16 GHz or Intel ® Core TM 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz

Operating System

2.

Windows VISTA / Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8

2 GB RAM or more

Web Browser

Network Card

Viewer

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later Firefox Chrome Safari

10Base-T (10 Mbps) or 100Base-TX (100 Mbps) operation

ActiveX control plug-in for Microsoft IE

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WIFI setting

WIFI setting

Before accessing the IP Camera, the initial connection setting of the IP Camera must be setup. However, with different ways of powering on the IP Camera, cam- era connection will also be configured differently. The following describes how to setup the IP Camera via the Power Adapter Connection and USB Connection.

Power Adapter Connection Setup (Recommended)

When the IP Camera is powered on with the power adapter, the camera is an Access Point (AP) by default. As an AP, the camera serves as central transmitter and receiver of Wi-Fi signals. In this case, users have to switch the IP Camera from an AP to a WiFi device. Otherwise, the camera cannot be performed as a surveillance camera. Follow the steps below to switch the IP Camera from an AP to a WiFi device.

Step 1:

Power on the IP Camera with the power adaptor.

Step 2:

Enable WLAN on users’ computer or laptop.

 

Step 3:

Click on the internet connection icon <

Step 3: Click on the internet connection icon < > at the bottom-right of the

> at the bottom-right of the

taskbar, a list of Access Points will be displayed.

Step 4:

Double click on <WiFiCamera> to connect the Access Point. The de- fault password of the AP is 87654321.

Step 5:

Open a web browser and enter the default IP address of the IP Camera, 192.168.0.10. Then input the default username / password (admin / admin).

Step 6:

After the Browser-based Viewer is displayed, click on the <WiFi> tab to connect the IP Camera to an Access Point.

Step 7:

Under <Set WiFi camera connected to an Access Point>, select a pre- ferred Access Point and enter its password, and then click <Connect>. See the figure below.

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WIFI setting

Step 8:

Click <OK> in the prompt window.

Step 9:

A message window will be displayed, click <Yes> to close the Browser- based Viewer.

The IP address of the IP Camera will be altered. Thus, users have to re-search the new IP address of the IP Camera by running the device search tool. After retriev- ing the new IP address of the IP Camera, users can continue to access and setup other settings of the camera.

continue to access and setup other settings of the camera. NOTE: For further information about the

NOTE: For further information about the device search tool, please refer to section 11. Access Camera.

USB Connection Setup

If the power of the IP Camera is supplied via the USB port of a computer, users have to install the IP Camera driver (RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget driver) to the com- puter. The following describes how to install the driver and setup the IP Camera network connection settings. Note: The USB cable used for this method shall be a USB data cable (not provid- ed).

Step 1:

Connect the IP Camera to the USB port of the computer.

Step 2:

Click on <Start>, type <cmd> in the search bar and select cmd.exe. Then, input <ipconfig>. Note down the IP address under Local Area Connection.

Step 3:

Right click on the Computer icon on the desktop, and then select <Properties> <Device Manager>.

Step 4:

Double click on <RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget> under <Other devices>.

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WIFI setting

Step 5:

The RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget Properties window will be displayed. Click <Update Driver…>.

 
 

Step 6:

Select <Browse my computer for driver software>.

 

Step 7:

Select <Let me pick from a list of…>.

 

Step 8:

Double

click

on

<Network

adapters>

under

<Common

hardware

types :>.

Step 9:

Select Microsoft from the Manufacturer list first, and then select Re- mote NDIS Compatible Device for Network Adapter. Click <Next>.

Compatible Device for Network Adapter. Click <Next>. NOTE: For Windows 7 users, select Microsoft Corporation
Compatible Device for Network Adapter. Click <Next>. NOTE: For Windows 7 users, select Microsoft Corporation

NOTE: For Windows 7 users, select Microsoft Corporation from the Manufactur- er list.

Step 10:

A warning window will pop up. Click <Yes>.

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WIFI setting

Step 11:

A message window from Windows will pop up, click <Close> to exit.

Step 12:

Under the RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget Properties window, the Device sta- tus will describe “The device is working properly.” Click <Close> to exit.

Step 13:

Right click on the Network icon on the desktop, and then select <Prop- erties> <Change adapter settings>.

Step 14:

Right click on the Local Area Connection (RDNIS) icon, and select <Properties>.

Connection (RDNIS) icon, and select <Properties>. Step 15: Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).

Step 15:

Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Click <Properties>.

Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Click <Properties>. Step 16: Setup the IP address as the picture below.

Step 16:

Setup the IP address as the picture below. The IP address must be:

169.254.0.XXX. Note that the range of the last decimal number “XXX” is from 1 to 249. Subnet must be: 255.255.255.0. After finishing the set- tings, click <OK> to exit.

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WIFI setting

WIFI setting Step 17: Click <Close> to exit the Local Area Connection Properties window. After the

Step 17:

Click <Close> to exit the Local Area Connection Properties window.

After the above settings are completed, the last step is to go to the camera’s Browser-Based Viewer to connect the camera to an Access Point. Open a web browser and enter the default IP address of the IP Camera (169.254.0.250). Next, please follow the same instruction from Step 6 to Step 9 in previous subsection, Access Point Connection Setup.

The IP address of the IP Camera will be altered. Thus, users have to re-search the new IP address of the IP Camera by running the device search tool. After retriev- ing the new IP address of the IP Camera, users can continue to access and setup other settings of the camera.

NOTE: Before accessing the camera, users MUST modify the IP address of the computer to its Before accessing the camera, users MUST modify the IP address of the computer to its original IP address, which users previously noted down. Otherwise, users cannot access the camera.

NOTE: For further information about the device search tool, please refer to the next chapter, 11. For further information about the device search tool, please refer to the next chapter, 11. Access Camera.

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Access camera

For initial access to the IP Camera, users can search the camera through the in- staller program: SIEMENS_DeviceSearch.exe, which can be found in “De- viceSearch” folder in the supplied CD.

Accessing Device Search Software

Step 1:

Double click on the program SIEMENS_Device Search.exe. After its window appears, click on the <Device Search> button on the top side.

Step 2:

The security alert window will pop up. Click on <Unblock> to continue.

Device Search

Step 3:

Click on <Device Search> again, and all the finding IP devices will

be listed in the page. The IP Camera’s default IP address is:

192.168.0.10

Step 4:

Double click or right click and select <Browse> to access the camera directly via web browser.

to access the camera directly via web browser. Step 5: A Prompt window requesting for default
to access the camera directly via web browser. Step 5: A Prompt window requesting for default

Step 5:

A Prompt window requesting for default username and password will appear. Enter the default username and password shown below to log- in to the IP Camera.

Login ID

Password

admin

admin

NOTE: ID and password are case sensitive, and it is strongly advised that the ad- ministrator’s password be altered for the security concerns.

Additionally, users can change the network property of the IP Camera to DHCP or Static IP directly in the device finding list. Refer to the following section for chang- ing the network property of the IP Camera.

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Example of Changing the IP Camera’s Network Property Users can directly change an IP Camera’s network property, ex. from static IP to DHCP, in the finding device list. The way to change the network property of the IP Camera is specified below:

Step 1:

In the finding device list, click on the IP Camera that is wished to change its network property. On the selected item, right click and se- lect “Network Setup”. Meanwhile, record the MAC address of the IP Camera, for future identification.

Step 2:

The “Network Setup” page will come out. Select “DHCP”, and press “Apply” button down the page.

Step 3:

Click on <OK> on the Note of setting change. Wait for one minute to re-search the IP Camera.

Step 4:

Click on the <Device Search> button to re-search all the devices. Then select the IP Camera with the correct MAC address. Double click on the IP Camera, and the login window will come out.

Step 5:

Enter User name and Password to access the IP Camera.

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Display of Live View Stream Online For the initial access to the IP Camera, it is recommended to use Internet Explorer. After setting the correct IP address in the URL bar of IE, the login mask is high- lighted. After adding a user and password, the Live Viewer will be automatically in- stalled to the PC when connecting to the IP Camera.

If the Web browser does not allow Live Viewer installation, please check the Inter- net security settings or ActiveX controls and plug-ins settings (refer to chapter Ap- pendix: Setup Internet Security) to continue the process.

The Information Bar (just below the URL bar) may come out and ask for permis- sion to install the ActiveX Control for displaying video in browser. Right click on the Information Bar and select <Install ActiveX Control…> to allow the installation.

Once all modules for Internet Explorer are successfully installed, the IP Camera’s Home page will be able to correctly display as the figure below.

page will be able to correctly display as the figure below. Note: Please refer to chapter
page will be able to correctly display as the figure below. Note: Please refer to chapter

Note: Please refer to chapter Camera settings for more button function detail.

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Camera settings

Camera settings

The IP Camera is provided with a user-friendly browser-based configuration inter- face. In this manual, information about main page introduction, system related set- tings and camera settings will be described in detail.

12.1 Menu Tree of the GUI (Graphical User Interface)

There are five main tabs including <Live Player Web>, <System>, <Streaming>, <Camera> and <Logout> on the Home Page.

Live Player Web Users can monitor live video of the targeted area.

System setting The administrator can set host name, system time, root password, network related settings, etc. Further details will be interpreted in chapter Camera settings - Sys- tem.

Streaming setting The administrator can modify video resolution and rotate type and select audio compression mode in this page.

Camera setting This setting page is only available for the administrator and user accounts that have been granted the privilege of camera control. In this setting page, the admin- istrator and Users can adjust various camera parameters, including <Exposure>, <White Balance>, <Picture Adjustment>, <Backlight>, <Digital Zoom>, <IR Func- tion>, <WDR Function>, <Noise Reduction> and <TV System>.

Logout Click on the tab to re-login to the IP Camera with another username and password.

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12.2

Main Tab Live Player-Web

Click on the tab <Live Player-Web> to access the home page. There are several function buttons on the home page. Detailed information of each item is as de- scribed in the following section.

Multiple Languages Support Multiple languages are supported, including German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Tradition- al Chinese for the viewer window interface.

Digital Zoom Control In the full screen mode, users can implement digital PTZ by rotating the mouse wheel (for zoom in / out), and drag the mouse into any direction.

Screen Size Adjustment

Image display size can be adjusted to full screen.

Image display size can be adjusted to full screen. Talk button ( O n / O

Talk button

display size can be adjusted to full screen. Talk button ( O n / O f

(On / Off)

Talk function allows the local site to talk to the remote site. Click on the button to enable / disable the talk function. Please refer to Security> User> Add User> Talk / Listen for further details. This function is only open to “User” who has been granted this privilege by the administrator.

Speaker button

granted this privilege by the administrator. Speaker button ( O n / O f f )

(On / Off)

Click on the <Speaker> button to mute / activate the audio.

NOTE: This function is only available for “ User ” who has granted this privilege by This function is only available for Userwho has granted this privilege by the administrator.

” who has granted this privilege by the administrator. Snapshot button Click on the button and

Snapshot button Click on the button and the JPEG snapshots will automatically be saved in the appointed place. The default place of saving snapshots is: C: \. To change the stor- age location, please refer to File Location for further details.

NOTE: For users with Windows 7 operating system, it is required to log on as an For users with Windows 7 operating system, it is required to log on as an administrator to implement the Snapshot function.

Video Streaming Pause / Restart button

(Pause / Restart) Click on the <Stop> button to disable video streaming, the live video will be dis- played as black. Click on the <Restart> button to show the live video again.

the <Restart> button to show the live video again. Web Recording button (On / Off) Click

Web Recording button

(On / Off) Click on the <Recording> button and the Live View through the web browser will be directly recorded to the specific location on the local hard drive, which could be con- figured in the <File Location> page. The default storage location for the web record- ing is: C:\. Please refer to File Location for further details.

C:\. Please refer to File Location for further details. NOTE: For users with Windows 7 operating
C:\. Please refer to File Location for further details. NOTE: For users with Windows 7 operating

NOTE: For users with Windows 7 operating system, it is required to log on as an administrator to implement the Web Recording function.

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Main Tab “System”

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Under the tab <System>, there are submenus including: <System>, <Security>, <Network>, <DDNS>, <Mail>, <FTP>, <HTTP>, <Events>, <Storage Management>, <Recording>, <Schedule>, <File Location>, <View Information>, <Factory Default>, <Software Version>, <Software Upgrade> and <Maintenance>.

12.3.1

<Software Upgrade> and <Maintenance>. 12.3.1 System NOTE: The <System> configuration page is

System

NOTE: The <System> configuration page is only accessible by the administrator.

The System setting can be found under the path: System> System.

Host Name The name is for camera identification. If alarm function (refer to Events> Applica- tion) is enabled and is set to send alarm message by Mail / FTP, the host name entered here will be displayed in the alarm message. The maximum length of the Host Name is 63 characters.

Time Zone Select the time zone from the drop-down menu according to the location of the camera.

Enable Daylight Saving Time To enable DST, please check the item and then specify time offset and DST du ra- tion. The format for time offset is [hh:mm:ss]; for instance, if the amount of time offset is one hour, please enter “01:00:00” into the field.

Time format Choose a time format (yyyy/mm/dd or dd/mm/yyyy) from the drop-down menu. The format of date and time displayed above the live video window will be changed ac- cording to the selected format.

Sync with Computer Time Select the item, and the video date and time will synchronize with the PC’s.

NOTE: Users MUST click on the <Save> button to confirm the setting. Otherwise the time will not be synced.NOTE: Users MUST

Manual In this item, the administrator can set the video date and time manually. Entry for- mat should be identical with the examples shown next to the enter fields.

Sync with NTP server Network Time Protocol (NTP) is an alternate way to synchronize the camera’s clock with a NTP server. Please specify the server that is wished to synchronize in the enter field. Then select an update interval from the drop-down menu. For fur- ther information about NTP, please refer to the web site: www.ntp.org.

NOTE: The synchronization will be done every time the camera boots up. The synchronization will be done every time the camera boots up.

Click on <Save> to save the settings.

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12.3.2

Security

The Security setting can be found under this path: System> Security.

Click on the <Security> category, there will be a drop-down menu with tabs includ- ing <User>, <HTTPS>, <IP Filter> and <IEEE 802.1X>.

User The User setting can be found under this path: System> Security> User.

Admin Password This item is for the administrator to reset password. Enter the new password in <Admin password> and <Confirm password>. The maximum length is 14 charac- ters. The input characters / numbers will be displayed as dots for security purpos- es. Click on <Save> to confirm the changes. After the changes are confirmed, the web browser will ask the administrator to re-login to the camera with the new password.

to re-login to the camera with the new password. NOTE: The following characters are valid: A-Z,

NOTE: The following characters are valid: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, !#$%&’-.@^_~.

Add User This item is for the administrator to add new users. Enter the new users name in <User name> and the password in <User password>. Username can be up to 16 characters, and the maximum length of the password is 14 characters. Tick the boxes below to give privileges for functions, including Camera control”, “Talk” and “Listen”. Click on <Add> to add the new user. The name of the new added user will be displayed in the <User name> drop-down list. There is a maximum of twenty user accounts.

I/O access This item supports fundamental functions that enable users to view the live video when accessing to the camera.

Camera control This item allows the appointed user to change camera parameters on the camera setting page.

Talk / Listen Talk and Listen functions allow the appointed user in the local site (PC site) com- municating with, for instance, the administrator in the remote site.

Manage User

Delete user Pull down the <User name> drop-down list and select the username that is wished to delete. Click on <Delete> to remove the selected name.

Edit user Pull down the <User name> drop-down list and select a username. Click on <Edit> and a popup window will appear. In the appeared window, enter the new user password and reset the privileges. Click on <Save> to confirm the changes. Then click on <Close> to complete the editing.

Streaming Authentication Setting This setting provides security against unauthorized users from getting streaming via Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP). If the setting is enabled, users will be requested to enter user name and password before viewing the live streams.

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There are three security modes available: Disable, Basic and Digest. Refer to the descriptions below for more details.

Disable

If disable mode is selected, there will be no security provided to against unauthor- ized access. Users will not be asked to input user name and password for authen- tication.

Basic This mode can only provide basic protection for the live streams. There will still be risks for the password being intercepted.

Digest Digest mode is a safer option for protection. The password is sent in an encrypted format to prevent it from being stolen.

HTTPS

The HTTPS setting can be found under this path: System> Security> HTTPS.

HTTPS allows secure connections between the IP Camera and web browser using <Secure Socket Layer (SSL)> or <Transport Layer Security (TLS)>, which ensure camera settings or username / password info from snooping. It is required to install

a self-signed certificate or a CA-signed certificate for implementing HTTPS.

To use HTTPS on the IP Camera, a HTTPS certificate must be installed. The HTTPS certificate can be obtained by either creating and sending a certificate re- quest to a Certificate Authority (CA) or creating a self-signed HTTPS certificate, as described below.

Create Self-signed Certificate Before a CA-issued certificate is obtained, users can create and install a self- signed certificate first.

Click on <Create> and provide the requested information to install a self-signed certificate for the IP Camera. Please refer to the last part of this section: Provide the Certificate Information for more details.

Provide the Certificate Information for more details. NOTE: The self-signed certificate does not provide the same

NOTE: The self-signed certificate does not provide the same high level of security as when using a CA-issued certificate.

Install Signed Certificate Click on the <Create Certificate Request> button to create and submit a certificate request in order to obtain a signed certificate from CA.

Provide the request information in the create dialog. Please refer to the following Provide the Certificate Information for more details.

When the request is complete, the subject of the Created Request will be shown in the field. Click on <Properties> below the Subject field, copy the PEM-formatted request and send it to the selected CA.

When the signed certificate is returned, install it by uploading the signed certificate.

Provide the Certificate Information To create a Self -signed HTTPS Certificate or a Certificate Request to CA, please enter the information as requested:

Create Certificate Request √ Country Create Self Signed Certificate √ State or Province √ √

Create Certificate

Request

Create Certificate Request √ Country Create Self Signed Certificate √ State or Province √ √

Country

Create Self Signed Certificate

State or Province

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√ Locality √ √ Organization √ √ Organizational Unit √ √ Common Name √ √

√
Locality √ √ Organization √ √ Organizational Unit √ √
Locality √ √ Organization √ √ Organizational Unit √ √

Locality

Organization

Organizational Unit

√ Organization √ √ Organizational Unit √ √ Common Name √ √ Valid Day -

Common Name

Valid Day

-

Country Enter a 2-letter combination code to indicate the country which the certificate will be used in. For instance, type in “US” to indicate United States.

State or province Enter the local administrative region.

Locality Enter other geographical information.

Organization Enter the name of the organization to which the entity identified in “Common Name” belongs.

Organization Unit Enter the name of the organizational unit to which the entity identified in “Common Name” belongs.

Common Name Indicate the name of the person or other entity that the certificate identifies (often used to identify the website).

Valid days Enter the period in days (1 to 9999) to indicate the valid period of certificate.

Click on <OK> to save the Certificate Information after complete.

IP Filter The IP Filter setting can be found under this path: System> Security> IP Filter.

With IP Filter, users can allow or deny specific IP addresses from accessing the camera.

Enable IP Filter Check the box to enable the IP Filter function. Once enabled, the listed IP ad- dresses (IPv4) in the <Filtered IP Addresses> list box will be allowed / denied to access the camera.

Select <Allow> or <Deny> from the drop-down list and click on the <Apply> button to determine the IP filter behavior.

Add IP Address Input IP address at the blank space below the <Filtered IP Address> list and click <Add>. The newly-added address will be shown in the list. Up to 256 IP address entries can be specified.

In addition, to filter a group of IP addresses, enter an address at the blank space followed with a slash and a number ranging from 1 to 31, ex. 192.168.2.81/30. The number after the slash can define how many IP addresses will be filtered. For de- tails, please refer to the following example.

Example: Filtering a group of consecutive IP addresses

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The steps below show what will be filtered when 192.168.2.81/30 is entered.

IEEE 802.1X The IEEE 802.1X setting can be found under this path: System> Security> IEEE

802.1X.

The IP Camera is allowed to access a network protected by 802.1X/EAPOL (Ex- tensible Authentication Protocol over LAN).

Users need to contact with the network administrator for gaining certificates, user IDs and passwords.

CA Certificate The CA certificate is created by the Certification Authority for the purpose of vali- dating itself. Upload the certificate for checking the server’s identity.

Client Certificate / Private Key Upload the Client Certificate and Private Key for authenticating the IP Camera it- self.

Settings

Identity Enter the user identity associated with the certificate. Up to 16 characters can be used.

Private Key Password Enter the password (maximum 16 characters) for user identity.

Enable IEEE 802.1X Check the box to enable IEEE 802.1X.

Click on <Save> to save the IEEE 802.1X/ EAP- TLS setting.

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12.3.3

Network

The Network setting can be found under this path: System> Network.

Click on the <Network> category, there will be a drop-down menu with tabs includ- ing <Basic>, <QoS>, <SNMP> and <UPnP>.

Basic The Basic setting can be found under this path: System> Network> Basic.

Users can choose to connect to the IP Camera with fixed or dynamic (DHCP) IP address. The IP Camera also provides PPPoE support for users who connect to the network via PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE).

General

Get IP address automatically (DHCP) The camera’s default setting is <Use fixed IP address>. Please refer to Users Manual for login with the default IP address.

If select <Get IP address automatically>, after the IP Camera restarts, users can search it through the installer program: DeviceSearch.exe, which can be found in “DeviceSearch” folder in the supplied CD.

be found in “DeviceSearch” folder in the supplied CD. NOTE: Please make the record of the

NOTE: Please make the record of the IP Camera’s MAC address, which can be found in the label of the camera, for identification in the future.

Use fixed IP address To setup static IP address, select <Use fixed IP address> and move the cursor to the IP address blank and insert the new IP address, ex. 192.168.7.123; then go to the Default gateway (explained later) blank and change the setting, ex. 192.168.7.254. Click on <Save> to confirm the new setting.

When using static IP address to login to the IP Camera, users can access it either through “DeviceSearch” software (refer to Users Manual) or input the IP address in the URL bar and click on <Enter>.

IP address This is necessary for network identification.

Subnet mask It is used to determine if the destination is in the same subnet. The default value is

“255.255.255.0”.

Default gateway This is the gateway used to forward frames to destinations in different subnet. In- valid gateway setting will fail the transmission to destinations in different subnet.

Primary DNS Primary DNS is the primary domain name server that translates hostnames into IP addresses.

Secondary DNS Secondary DNS is a secondary domain name server that backups the primary DNS.

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Use PPPoE For the PPPoE users, enter the PPPoE Username and Password into the fields, and click on the <Save> button to complete the setting.

Advanced

Web Server port The default web server port is 80. Once the port is changed, the user must be noti- fied the change for the connection to be successful. For instance, when the admin- istrator changes the web server port of the IP Camera whose IP address is 192.168.0.10 from 80 to 8080, the user must type in the web browser http://192.168.0.10:8080” instead of “http://192.168.0.10”.

RTSP port The default setting of RTSP Port is 554; the setting range is from 1024 to 65535.

the command line to get the different video stream are H.264-1: rtsp://ipaddress/h264 H.264-2: rtsp://ipaddress/h264_2 H.264-3: rtsp://ipaddress/h264_3 H.264-4: rtsp://ipaddress/h264_4 MJPEG: rtsp://ipaddress/jpeg

Please note that the stream needs to be available in the web page configuration.

MJPEG over HTTP port The default setting of MJPEG over HTTP Port is 8008; the setting range is from 1024 to 65535.

HTTPS port The default setting of HTTPS Port is 443; the setting range is from 1024 to 65535.

HTTPS Port is 443; the setting range is from 1024 to 65535. NOTE: Be aware to

NOTE: Be aware to choose the different port from the one set for the web server port.

IPv6 Address Configuration With IPv6 support, users can use the corresponding IPv6 address for browsing. Enable IPv6 by checking the box and click on <Save> to complete the setting.

QoS The QoS (Quality of Service) setting can be found under this path: System> Net- work> QoS.

QoS allows providing differentiated service levels for different types of traffic pack- ets, which guarantees delivery of priority services especially when network con- gestion occurs. Adapting the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) model, traffic flows are classified and marked with DSCP (DiffServ Codepoint) values, and thus re- ceive the corresponding forwarding treatment from DiffServ capable routers.

DSCP Settings The DSCP value range is from 0 to 63. The default DSCP value is 0, which means DSCP is disabled. The IP Camera uses the following QoS Classes: Video, Audio and Management.

Video DSCP The class consists of applications such as MJPEG over HTTP, RTP/RTSP and RTSP/HTTP.

Audio DSCP

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This setting is only available for the IP Cameras that support audio.

is only available for the IP Cameras that support audio.  Management DSCP The class consists

Management DSCP The class consists of HTTP traffic: Web browsing.

NOTE: To enable this function, please make sure the switches / routers in the network support QoS.

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12.3.4

SNMP

Camera settings

The SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) setting can be found under this path: System> Network> SNMP.

With Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) support, the IP Camera can be monitored and managed remotely by the network management system.

SNMP v1 / v2

Enable SNMP v1 / v2 Select the version of SNMP to use by checking the box.

Read Community Specify the community name that has read-only access to all supported SNMP ob- jects. The default value is “public”.

Write Community Specify the community name that has read/write access to all supported SNMP objects (except read-only objects). The default value is “write”.

SNMP v3 SNMP v3 supports an enhanced security system that provides protection against unauthorized users and ensures the privacy of the messages. Users will be re- quested to enter security name, authentication password and encryption password while setting the camera connections in the network management system. With SNMP v3, the messages sent between the cameras and the network management system will be encrypted to ensure privacy.

Enable SNMP v3 Enable SNMP v3 by checking the box.

Security Name The maximum length of the security name is 32 characters.

NOTE: The valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0- 9, !#$%&’ -.@^_~. The valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9, !#$%&’-.@^_~.

Authentication Type There are two authentication types available: MD5 and SHA. Select SHA for a higher security level.

Authentication Password The authentication password must be 8 characters or more. The input characters / numbers will be displayed as dots for security purposes.

NOTE: The valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0- 9, !#$%&’ -.@^_~. The valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9, !#$%&’-.@^_~.

Encryption Type There are two encryption types available: DES and AES. Select AES for a higher security level.

Encryption Password The minimum length of the encryption password is 8 characters and the maximum length is 512 characters. The input characters / numbers will be displayed as dots for security purposes. The encryption password can also be left blank. However, the messages will not be encrypted to protect privacy.

the messages will not be encrypted to protect privacy. NOTE: The valid characters are A-Z, a-z,

NOTE: The valid characters are A-Z, a-z, 0-9, !#$%&’-.@^_~.

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Traps for SNMP v1 / v2 / v3 Traps are used by the IP Camera to send massages to a management system for important events or status changes.

Enable Traps Check the box to activate trap reporting.

Trap address Enter the IP address of the management server.

Trap community Enter the community to use when sending a trap message to the management system.

Trap Option

Warm Start A Warm Start SNMP trap signifies that the SNMP device, i.e. IP Camera, performs software reload.

Click on <Save> when finished.

12.3.5

UPnP

The UPnP setting can be found under this path: System> Network> UPnP.

UPnP Setting

Enable UPnP When the UPnP is enabled, whenever the IP Camera is presented to the LAN, the icon of the connected IP Cameras will appear in My Network Places to allow for di- rect access.

appear in My Network Places to allow for di- rect access. NOTE: To enable this function,

NOTE: To enable this function, please make sure the UPnP component is installed on the computer

Enable UPnP port forwarding When the UPnP port forwarding is enabled, the IP Camera is allowed to open the web server port on the router automatically.

NOTE: To enable this function, please make sure that the router supports UPnP and it is activated.

Friendly name Set the name for the IP Camera for identity.

Click on <Save> when finished.

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12.3.6

DDNS

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The DDNS setting can be found under this path: System> DDNS.

Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) allows a host name to be constantly syn- chronized with a dynamic IP address. In other words, it allows those using a dy- namic IP address to be associated to a static domain name so others can connect to it by name.

Enable DDNS Check the item to enable DDNS.

Provider Select one DDNS host from the provider list.

Host name Enter the registered domain name in the field.

Username/E-mail Enter the username or E-mail required by the DDNS provider for authentication.

Password/Key Enter the password or key required by the DDNS provider for authentication.

Click on <Save> when finished.

12.3.7 Mail

The Mail setting can be found under this path: System> Mail.

The administrator can send an E-mail via Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) when event is triggered. SMTP is a protocol for sending E-mail messages between servers. SMTP is a relatively simple, text-based protocol, where one or more recip- ients of a message are specified and the message text is transferred.

Two sets of SMTP can be configured. Each set includes SMTP Server, Server Port, Account Name, Password and E-mail Address settings. Check the box SMTP SSLto send E-mails via encrypted transmission. For SMTP server, contact the network service provider for more specific information.

Click on <Save> when finished.

12.3.8 FTP

The FTP setting can be found under this path: System> FTP.

The administrator can set camera to send an alarm message to a specific File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site when event is triggered. Users can assign alarm mes- sage to up to two FTP sites. Enter the FTP details, which include server, server port, user name, password and remote folder, in the fields. Check the box passive modeto be connected with the FTP server by passively receiving the FTP serv- ers IP address through a dynamic port. Alternatively, uncheck the box to directly connect the FTP server via active mode.

Click on <Save> when finished.

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12.3.9

HTTP

The HTTP setting can be found under this path: System> HTTP.

A HTTP Notification server can listen for notification messages from IP Cameras by triggered events. Enter the HTTP details, which include server name (for in- stance, http://192.168.0.10/admin.php), user name, and password in the fields. <Alarm> triggered and <Motion Detection> notifications can be sent to the speci- fied HTTP server.

notifications can be sent to the speci- fied HTTP server. 12.3.10 Events Click on <Save> when

12.3.10 Events

Click on <Save> when finished.

Please refer to Events> Application> Send HTTP notification / Motion Detection for HTTP Notification settings.

The Events setting can be found under this path: System> Events.

Click on the Events category, there will be a drop-down menu with tabs including <Application>, <Motion Detection>, <Network Failure Detection>, <Tampering> and <Periodical Event>.

12.3.11 Application

The Application setting can be found under this path: System> Application.

The IP Camera supports one alarm input and one relay output for cooperation with alarm system to capture event images. Refer to alarm pin definition below to con- nect alarm devices to the IP Camera if needed.

Alarm Pin Definition Please refer to 8.3 Connect Alarm I/O for Alarm Pin Definition to connect the alarm devices.

Alarm Switch The default setting for the Alarm Switch function is <Off>. Enable the function by selecting <On>. Users can also activate the function according to the schedule previously set in the <Schedule> setting page. Select <By schedule> and click <Please select> to choose the desired schedule from the drop-down menu.

Alarm Type Select an alarm type, <Normal close> or <Normal open>, that corresponds with the alarm application.

Alarm Output Define alarm output signal <high> or <low> as the normal alarm output status ac- cording to the current alarm application.

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Triggered Action (Multi-option) The administrator can specify alarm actions that will take when the alarm is trig- gered. All options are listed as follows.

Enable Alarm Output Select the item to enable alarm relay output.

IR Cut Filter Select the item and the IR cut filter (ICR) of the camera will be removed (on) or blocked (off) when an alarm input is triggered.

Note: The IR Function (Refer to IR Function) could not be set as <Auto> mode if this triggered action is enabled.Note: The IR Function (Refer to IR Function

Send Message by FTP/E-mail The administrator can select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or E- mail when an alarm is triggered.

Upload Image by FTP Select this item and the administrator can assign a FTP site and configure various parameters. When the alarm is triggered, event images will be uploaded to the ap- pointed FTP site.

<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of images after the alarm input is triggered.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during

certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for

and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploaded to FTP when the alarm input is triggered. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 sec- onds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the images keep being uploaded to FTP during the trigger active until the alarm is released. Set the Image frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 15 frames.

sec>

NOTE: Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details. Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details.

Upload Image by E-mail Select this item and the administrator can assign an E-mail address and configure various parameters. When the alarm input is triggered, event images will be sent to the appointed E-mail address.

<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of images after alarm input is triggered.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

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Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during

sec>

and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploading by E-mail when the alarm input is triggered. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 sec- onds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the images keep being uploaded to E-mail during the trigger active until the alarm is released. Set the Im- age frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 15 frames.

certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for

NOTE: Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to Mail for fur- ther details.

Send HTTP notification Check this item and select the destination HTTP address. Then specify the pa- rameters for event notifications by <Alarm> triggered. When an alarm is triggered, the HTTP notification will be sent to the specified HTTP server.

For instance, if the custom parameter is set as action=1&group=2, and the HTTP server name is http://192.168.0.10/admin.php, the notification will be sent to HTTP server as http://192.168.0.10/admin.php? action=1&group=2when alarm is triggered.

Record to Video Clip Select the item and the alarm-triggered recording will be saved into the microSD card.

Pre-trigger buffer recording function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The pre-trigger buffer time range is from 1 to 3 seconds.

Select <Upload for

The setting range is from 1 to 99999 seconds.

sec> to set the recording duration after alarm is triggered.

Select <Upload during the trigger active> to record the triggered video until the trigger is off.

NOTE: Please make sure the local recording (with microSD / SDHC card) is acti- vated so that this function can be implemented.

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File Name Enter a file name in the blank, ex. image.jpg. The file name format of the uploaded image can be set in this section. Please select the one that meets the require- ments.

Add date/time suffix File name: imageYYMMDD_HHNNSS_XX.jpg Y: Year, M: Month, D: Day H: Hour, N: Minute, S: Second X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value) File name: imageXXXXXXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix up to # and then start over File Name: imageXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

The file name suffix will end at the number being set. For example, if the setting is up to “10”, the file name will start from 00, end at 10, and then start all over again.

Overwrite The original image in the FTP site will be overwritten by the new uploaded file with a static filename.

Save After complete all the settings mentions above, please click on <Save> button to save all the settings in this page.

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12.3.12 Motion Detection

The Motion Detection setting can be found under this path: System> Motion De- tection.

Motion Detection function allows detecting suspicious motion and triggering alarms when motion volume in the detected area reaches / exceeds the determined sensi- tivity threshold value.

The function supports up to 4 sets of Motion Detection settings. Settings can be chosen from the drop-down menu beside <Motion Detection>. In each set of set- ting, there is a Motion Detection Window (the red frame shown in the figure be- low) displayed on the Live Video Pane. The Motion Detection Window is for defin- ing the motion detection area. To change the size of the Motion Detection Window, move the mouse cursor to the edge of the window and draw it outward / inward. To shift the window to the intended location, move the mouse cursor to the center of the window and click and drag.

mouse cursor to the center of the window and click and drag. Users can configure up

Users can configure up to 10 sets of Motion Detection Windows in each set of Mo- tion Detection setting. Click on the <add> button under the Live Video Pane to add

a Motion Detection Window. To cancel a Motion Detection Window, move the

mouse cursor to the selected window, and click on the <delete> button.

If Motion Detection function is activated, the pop-off window (Motion) with indica- tion of motion will be shown.

window (Motion) with indica- tion of motion will be shown. When motion is detected, the signals

When motion is detected, the signals will be displayed on the Motion window as shown below. Motion is detected by comparing sampling pixels in the detection ar- eas of two consecutive live images.

in the detection ar- eas of two consecutive live images. Motion Detection In each set of

Motion Detection

In each set of Motion Detection setting, the default setting for the Motion Detection

function is <Off>. Enable the function by selecting <On>. Users can also activate

the function according to the schedule previously set in the <Schedule> setting page. Select <By schedule> and click <Please select…> to choose the desired

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schedule from the drop-down menu.

Motion Detection Setting Users could adjust various parameters of Motion Detection in this section.

Sampling pixel interval [1-10]:

This item is for users to define the intervals between the sampling pixels. The de- fault value is 1. If the value is set as 3, it means within the detection region, system will take the first pixel as the sample from every 3 pixels by each row and each column (refer to the figure below).

by each row and each column (refer to the figure below).  Detection level [1-100]: The

Detection level [1-100]:

The item is to set detection level for each sampling pixel; the smaller the value, the more sensitive it is. The default level is 10.

Sensitivity level [1-100]:

The default level is 80, which means if 20% or more sampling pixels are detected differently, system will detect motion. The bigger the value, the more sensitive it is. Meanwhile, when the value is bigger, the red horizontal line in the motion indica- tion window will be lower accordingly.

Time interval (sec) [0-7200]:

The value is the interval between each detected motion. The default interval is 10.

Triggered Action (Multi-option) The administrator can specify alarm actions that will take when motion is detected. All options are listed as follows.

Enable Alarm Output Check the item and select the predefined type of alarm output to enable alarm re- lay output when motion is detected.

Record Video Clip Select this item and the Motion Detection recording will be stored in microSD / SDHC card when motion is detected.

Pre-trigger buffer recording function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The pre-trigger buffer time range is from 1 to 3 seconds.

Select <Upload for

The setting range is from 1 to 99999 seconds.

sec> to set the recording duration after motion event occurs.

Select <Upload during the trigger active> to record the triggered video until the trigger is off.

to record the triggered video until the trigger is off. NOTE: Please make sure the local

NOTE: Please make sure the local recording (with microSD / SDHC card) is acti- vated so that this function can be implemented. Refer to Recording for further de- tails.

Send Alarm Message by FTP/E-mail The administrator can select whether to send warning messages by FTP and/or E- mail when motion is detected.

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Upload Image by FTP Select this item and the administrator can assign a FTP site and configure various parameters. When motion is detected, event images will be uploaded to the appointed FTP site.

<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of im- ages after motion event occurs.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for sec> and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploaded to FTP when the motion event occurs. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 seconds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the im- ages keep being uploaded to FTP during the trigger active until the event stops. Set the Image frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 15 frames.

NOTE: Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details. Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details.

Upload Image by E-mail Select this item and the administrator can assign an E-mail address and configure various parameters. When motion is detected, event images will be sent to the appointed E-mail address.

<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of im- ages after the motion event occurs.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for sec> and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploading by E-mail when the motion event occurs. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 seconds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the im- ages keep being uploaded to E-mail during the trigger active until the event stops. Set the Image frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 15 frames.

NOTE: Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to Mail for fur- ther details. Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to Mail for fur- ther details.

Send HTTP notification Check this item and select the destination HTTP address. Then specify the pa- rameters for event notifications by <Motion Detection> triggered. When a mo- tion is detected, the HTTP notification will be sent to the specified HTTP server.

For instance, if the custom parameter is set as action=1&group=2, and the HTTP server name is http://192.168.0.10/admin.php, the notification will be sent to HTTP server as http://192.168.0.10/admin.php? action=1&group=2when alarm is triggered.

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File Name Enter a file name in the blank, ex. image.jpg. The file name format of the uploaded image can be set in this section. Please select the one that meets the require- ments.

Add date/time suffix File name: imageYYMMDD_HHNNSS_XX.jpg Y: Year, M: Month, D: Day, H: Hour, N: Minute, S: Second X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value) File name: imageXXXXXXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix up to # and then start over File Name: imageXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

The file name suffix will end at the number being set. For example, if the setting is up to “10”, the file name will start from 00, end at 10, and then start all over again.

Overwrite The original image in the FTP site will be overwritten by the new uploaded file with a static filename.

Save Click the <Save> button to save all the Motion Detection settings mentioned above.

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12.3.13 Network Failure Detection

Network Failure Detection allows the IP Camera to ping another IP device (e.g. NVR, VSS, Video Server, etc.) within the network periodically and generates some actions in case of network failure occurs, for instance, a Video Server is somehow disconnected.

Being capable of implementing local recording (through microSD card) when net- work failure happens, the IP Camera could be a backup recording device for the surveillance system.

Detection Switch The default setting for the Detection Switch function is <Off>. Enable the function by selecting <On>. Users can also activate the function according to the schedule time that is previously set in the <Schedule> setting page. Select <By schedule> and click <Please select…> to choose the desired schedule from the drop-down menu.

Detection Type Input the IP device address and the period of ping time to ping. The ping time set- ting range is from 1 to 99 minutes.

Triggered Action (Multi-option) The administrator can specify alarm actions that will take when network failure is detected. All options are listed as follows.

Enable Alarm Output Select the item to enable alarm relay output.

Record Video Clip Select the item and the alarm-triggered recording will be saved into the microSD card.

Pre-trigger buffer recording function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The pre-trigger buffer time range is from 1 to 3 seconds. Select

sec> to set the recording duration after alarm is triggered. The set-

ting range is from 1 to 99999 seconds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to record the triggered video until the trigger is off.

<Upload for

triggered video until the trigger is off. <Upload for NOTE: Please make sure the local recording

NOTE: Please make sure the local recording (with microSD / SDHC card) is acti- vated so that this function can be implemented. Refer to Recording for further de- tails.

Send Alarm Message by FTP/E-mail The administrator can select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or E- mail when an alarm is triggered.

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12.3.14 Tampering

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The Tampering setting can be found under this path: System> Tampering.

Tampering Alarm function helps the IP Camera against tampering such as deliber- ate redirection, blocking, paint spray, and lens cover, etc through video analysis and reaction to such events by sending out notifications or uploading snapshots to the specified destination(s).

Detection of camera tampering is achieved by measuring the differences between the older frames of video (which are stored in buffers) and more recent frames.

Tampering Alarm The default setting for the Tampering Alarm function is <Off>. Enable the function by selecting <On>. Users can also activate the function according to the schedule previously set in the <Schedule> setting page. Select <By schedule> and click <Please select…> to choose the desired schedule from the drop-down menu.

Tampering Duration Minimum Tampering Duration is the time for video analysis to determine whether camera tampering has occurred. Minimum Duration could also be interpreted as defining the Tampering threshold; longer duration represents higher threshold. Set- table Tampering Duration time range is from 10 to 3600 seconds. The Default val- ue is 20 seconds.

Triggered Action (Multi-option) The administrator can specify alarm actions that will take when tampering is de- tected. All options are listed as follows.

Enable Alarm Output Check the item and select the predefined type of alarm output to enable alarm output when tampering is detected.

Record Video Clip Select this item and the Tampering Alarm recording will be stored in microSD / SDHC card when tampering is detected.

Pre-trigger buffer recording function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The pre-trigger buffer time range is from 1 to 3 seconds.

Select <Upload for

The setting range is from 1 to 99999 seconds.

sec> to set the recording duration after tampering occurs.

Select <Upload during the trigger active> to record the triggered video until the trigger is off.

to record the triggered video until the trigger is off. NOTE: Please make sure the local

NOTE: Please make sure the local recording (with microSD / SDHC card) is acti- vated so that this function can be implemented. Refer to Recording for further de- tails.

Send Message by FTP/E-mail The administrator can select whether to send an alarm message by FTP and/or E- mail when tampering is detected.

Upload Image by FTP Select this item and the administrator can assign a FTP site and configure various parameters. When tampering is detected, event images will be uploaded to the appointed FTP site.

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<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of images after tampering is triggered.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.NOTE:

Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during

sec>

and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploaded to

FTP when tampering is triggered. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 seconds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the images keep being upload to FTP during the trigger active until the tampering stops. Set the Image frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 15 frames.

certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for

NOTE: Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details. Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to FTP for further details.

Upload Image by E-mail Select this item and the administrator can assign an E-mail address and configure various parameters. When tampering is detected, event images will be sent to the appointed E-mail address.

<Pre-trigger buffer> function allows users to check what happened to cause the trigger. The <Pre-trigger buffer> frame rate could be pre-determined. On the other hand, <Post-trigger buffer> is for users to upload certain amount of images after tampering occurs.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

Check the box <Continue image upload> to upload the triggered images during

sec>

and enter the duration in the blank. The images of the duration will be uploading by

E-mail when tampering is triggered. The setting range is from 1 to 9999 seconds. Select <Upload during the trigger active> to make the images keep being upload to E-mail during the trigger active until tampering stops. Set the Image frequency as the upload frame rate. The setting range is from 1 frame to 20 frames.

certain time or keep uploading until the trigger is off. Select <Upload for

NOTE: Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to Mail for fur- ther details. Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to Mail for fur- ther details.

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Send HTTP notification Check this item, select the destination HTTP address, and specify the parameters for HTTP notifications. When the Tampering Alarm is triggered, the HTTP notifica- tions can be sent to the specified HTTP server.

For instance, if the custom parameter is set as action=1&group=2, and the HTTP server name is http://192.168.0.10/admin.php, the notification will be sent to HTTP server as http://192.168.0.10/admin.php? action=1&group=2when alarm

is triggered.

File Name Enter a file name in the blank, ex. image.jpg. The uploaded image’s file name for- mat can be set in this section. Please select the one that meets the requirements.

Add date/time suffix File name: imageYYMMDD_HHNNSS_XX.jpg Y: Year, M: Month, D: Day H: Hour, N: Minute, S: Second X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value) File name: imageXXXXXXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

Add sequence number suffix up to # and then start over File Name: imageXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

The file name suffix will end at the number being set. For example, if the setting is up to “10”, the file name will start from 00, end at 10, and then start all over again.

Overwrite

The original image in the FTP site will be overwritten by the new uploaded file with

a static filename.

Save Click on <Save> to save all the settings mentioned above.

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12.3.15 Periodical Event

The Periodical Event setting can be found under this path: System> Periodical Event.

With Periodical Event setting, users can set the camera to upload images periodi- cally to a FTP site or an E-mail address. For example, if the time interval is set to 60 seconds, the camera will upload images to the assigned FTP site or E-mail ad- dress every 60 seconds. The images to be uploaded are the images before and af- ter the triggered moment. Users can define how many images to be uploaded in the <Triggered Action> section of this setting page.

Periodical Event The default setting for the Periodical Event function is <Off>. Enable the function by selecting <On>.

Time Interval The default value of the time interval is 60 seconds. The setting range of the time interval is from 60 to 3600 seconds

Triggered Action

Upload Image by FTP Select this item and the administrator can assign a FTP site and configure various parameters. Images will be uploaded to the appointed FTP site periodically.

The <Pre-trigger buffer> function can define how many images to be uploaded be- fore the triggered moment. The <Post-trigger buffer> function can define how many images to be uploaded after the triggered moment.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

NOTE: Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to the FTP sec- tion of

NOTE: Make sure FTP configuration has been completed. Refer to the FTP sec- tion of this chapter for further details.

Upload Image by E-mail Select this item and the administrator can assign an e-mail address and configure various parameters. Images will be uploaded to the appointed e-mail address peri- odically.

The <Pre-trigger buffer> function can define how many images to be upload- ed before the triggered moment. The <Post-trigger buffer> function can de- fine how many images to be uploaded after the triggered moment.

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the

NOTE: Normally the setting range of the <Pre-trigger buffer> is 1 to 20. However, the setting range will change accordingly if the frame rate of MJPEG on the <Video Frame Rate> setting page is 6 or smaller.

NOTE: Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to the Mail sec- tion of

NOTE: Make sure SMTP configuration has been completed. Refer to the Mail sec- tion of this chapter for further details.

File Name Enter a file name in the blank, ex. image.jpg. The uploaded image’s file name for- mat can be set in this section. Please select the one that meets the requirements.

Add date/time suffix File name: imageYYMMDD_HHNNSS_XX.jpg Y: Year, M: Month, D: Day, H: Hour, N: Minute, S: Second X: Sequence Number

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Add sequence number suffix (no maximum value) File name: imageXXXXXXX.jpg X: Sequence Number

12.3.16 Storage Management (Local Recording)

Camera settings

The Storage Management setting can be found under this path: System> Storage Management.

Users can implement local recording to the microSD / SDHC card up to 32GB. This page shows the capacity information of the microSD card and a recording list with all the recording files saved on the memory card. Users can also format the SD card and implement automatic recording cleanup through the setting page.

To implement m icroSD card recording, please go to the <Recording> page (refer to Recording) for activation.

NOTE: Please format the microSD / SDHC card when using for the first time. For- matting will also be required when a memory card already being used on one camera and later transferred to another camera with different software platform.

Device information When users insert the microSD / SDHC card, the card information such as the memory capacity and status will be shown at Device Information section.

For the memory card being successfully installed, its status shall be shown at <Device information> section in the Storage Management page.

Device setting Click on the <Format> button to format the memory card.

Disk cleanup setting Users can enable automatic recordings cleanup by specifying the time and storage limits.

Recording List Each video file on the microSD / SDHC card will be listed in the Recording list. The maximum file size is 60 MB (60 MB per file). When the recording mode is set as “Always” (consecutive recording) and the microSD / SDHC card recording is also allowed to be enabled by events triggered. Once events occurred, the system will immediately implement events recording to the memory card. Then the IP Camera will return to the regular recording mode after events recording.

Remove To remove a file, select the file first, and then click on the <Remove> button.

Sort Click on the <Sort> button, and the files in the Recording list will be listed in name and date order.

NOTE: The capital letter A / M / R / T appears in the very beginning of name de- notes the sort of the recording: A stands for Alarm; M stands for Motion; R stands for regular recording, and T stands for Tampering.

Download To open / download a video clip, select the file first, and then click on the <down- load> button below the Recording list field. The selected file window will popup. Click on the AVI file to directly play the video in the player or download it to a specified location.

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