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IQeye 501, 511 & 700 Series
Quick Install Guide
Plug the IQeye camera into the network.
Before applying power verify the correct power supply is being used.
IQeye501, 511 & 700 Series Cameras
The IQeye501, 511 & 700 Series cameras can be powered directly
or via the Ethernet using an IEEE 802.3af power source.
Powered Direct: The input voltage is 12 - 24 VDC or 24 VAC, and
the polarity is not important.
Powered via the Ethernet: Requires an IEEE 802.3af compliant
Power over Ethernet (PoE) power injector or switch.
Power Source Warning:
The IQeye501, 511 & 700 Series cameras cannot be powered
via the IQinVision proprietary IQpoet (Power Over Ethernet)
IQeye700 Series Cameras
After power is applied, the IQeye511 & 700 Series cameras can be
focused using a field service monitor. If no analog monitor is avail-
able then focus must be performed by using a browser to view the
The analog "Video
Out" of the IQeye511
camera is a female
RCA connector. The
analog video is only available for viewing until the first digital image
is requested via the Ethernet connection.
The IQeye511 utilizes the IQfocus
utility to simplify focusing. The
analog monitor will display the
overall image with the center of the
image digitally zoomed in the mid-
dle of the screen. Below the digi-
tally zoomed image are two bar
meters that indicate optimal focus.
Moving the focus ring on the lens will cause the two bar meters to
move left and right. The goal is to have the bottom meter as far to
the right as possible.
IQeye700 Series Cameras:
The analog video
output of the IQeye
700 series cameras
is a female BNC
analog video is
available simultaneously with digital images via the Ethernet.
Adjust the focus ring on the lens for the best possible focus.
Note: the IQfocus utility is not available on the IQeye700 Series camera.