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VISIX S-Series Network Camera | USER MANUAL v6.0
VISIX S-Series Network Camera
User Manual V6.0
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  • Page 1 VISIX S-Series Network Camera | USER MANUAL v6.0 VISIX S-Series Network Camera User Manual V6.0 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 2 UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY OR SIGNALING RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.” 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 3: Regulatory Information

    (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 4: Safety Instruction

    If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the nearest service center. Never  attempt to disassemble the camera yourself. (We shall not assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized repair or maintenance.) 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 5 The foam ring around the lens must be seated flush against the inner surface of the bubble to isolate the  lens from the IR LEDS. Fasten the dome cover to camera body so that the foam ring and the dome cover are attached seamlessly. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    5.2 B ..........................35 ASIC VENT ONFIGURATION Configuring Motion Detection ........................35 Configuring Video Tampering Alarm ......................40 Configuring Video Loss ..........................40 Configuring Alarm Input ........................... 41 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 7 Configuring Image Parameters Switch ..................... 82 6.4 C ..........................83 ONFIGURING YSTEM ETTINGS System Settings ............................83 Maintenance ............................. 86 Security ..............................88 User Management ............................ 90 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 8: System Requirements

     Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 and above version, Safari 5.02 and above version, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 and  above version and Google Chrome8 and above versions. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 9: Network Connection

    To view and configure the camera via a LAN, you need to connect the network camera in the same subnet with your computer, and install the 3xLOGIC VISIX detection software. This will allow you to search and change the IP address of the detected network cameras.
  • Page 10: Detecting, Activating Changing The Camera Ip Address

    After networking the camera with the LAN, the user must obtain the camera’s IP address to connect to the device. To obtain the IP address, the 3xLOGIC Camera (VISIC IP) Setup Utility, a software tool which can automatically detect online network cameras on the LAN, add these devices to VIGIL Server and list the device information including IP address, subnet mask, port number, device serial number, device version, etc…...
  • Page 11: Setting The Network Camera Over The Wan

    Please call the router manufacturer for assistance with port mapping. 5). Visit the network camera through a web browser or the client software over the internet. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 12: Dynamic Ip Connection

    5). Apply a domain name from a domain name provider. 6). Configure the DDNS settings in the setting interface of the router. 7). Visit the camera via the applied domain name. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 13: Normal Domain Name Resolution

    2). Configure the DDNS settings in the DDNS Settings interface of the network camera. Refer to Configuring DDNS Settings for detailed configuration. 3). Visit the camera via the applied domain name. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 14: Private Domain Name Resolution

    2). Access the network camera through the LAN with a web browser or the client software. 3). Enable DDNS and select IP Server as the protocol type. Refer to Configuring DDNS Settings for detailed configuration. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 15: Accessing The Network Camera

    3.1 Adding a VISIX S-Series Camera to VIGIL Server Purpose: By following the steps outlined in this section, a user can add a camera to VIGIL Server using the 3xLOGIC Camera (VISIX IP) Setup Utility. The utility was previously utilized in Section 2.1.2 to detect and change the camera’s IP address.
  • Page 16 See the VIGIL Server and VIGIL Client User Guides for more information on interacting with the camera and its footage. Visit the 3xLOGIC Document Library for the latest available support documentation. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 17: Access Ui Via Web Browser

    The username/password for the camera will have been configured during camera activation If the camera has already been configured using one of 3xLOGIC’s setup tools (VIGIL Easy Setup Wizard, 3xLOGIc Camera Setup Utility) then default credentials will have been changed by the installer (this is a standard security precaution enforced by the setup tools).
  • Page 18 VISIX S-Series Network Camera | USER MANUAL v6.0 Download and Install Plug-in Figure 3-5 Install Plug-in (1) Figure 3-6 Install Plug-in (2) Figure 3-7 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 19: Basic Operation

    Set the destination of recorded video files. Applies only for video recorded manually via the browser UI. Record File Size: Select the packed size of the manually recorded and downloaded video files to  10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 20: Live View

    PTZ Control: Panning, tilting and zooming functions for the camera and the lighter and wiper control (if  aux PTZ functions are supported or an external pan/tilt unit has been installed). 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 21: Recording And Capturing Pictures Manually

    Please properly set the PTZ parameters on the RS-485 settings page. Refer to Section 6.4.1 System Settings - Configuring RS-485 for more information. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 22: Ptz Control Panel

    One-touch focus Initialize lens Adjust speed of pan/tilt movements Adjust speed of pan/tilt movements Start Manual Tracking Start 3D Zoom Table 5-2 Descriptions of PTZ Control Panel 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 23: Setting A Preset

    For instance, preset 99 is “Start auto scan”. If you call the preset 99, the camera initiates the auto scan function. Pattern function varies depending on different camera models  10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 24: Setting/calling A Patrol

    3. Select the preset, and input the patrol duration and patrol speed. 4. Click OK to save the first preset. 5. Follow the steps above to add the other presets. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 25: Setting/calling A Pattern

    5. Click to save all the pattern settings. Buttons on the Patterns interface:  Buttons Description Start the selected patrol/pattern. Stop current patrol/pattern. Set the selected preset/patrol. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 26 When configuring and calling the pattern, proportional pan is valid; the limit stops and auto flip will be invalid; and the 3D positioning operation is not supported. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 27: Playback

    The toolbar on the bottom of Playback interface can be used to control the active playback footage. Playback Toolbar Figure 4-12 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 28 Set Playback Time Figure 4-13 Progress Bar Figure 4-14 The different colors for video in the progress bar represent the different recording modes. Recording Modes Figure 4-15 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 29: Picture

    3. Click Search to display a list of results. 4. Check off desired snapshots and click Download to download the selected images. NOTE: Up to 4000 images can be available in the search index simultaneously. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 30: System Configuration

    The pre-record time can be configured as No Pre-record, 5 s, 10 s, 15 s, 20 s, 25 s, 30 s or not limited. NOTE: The pre-record time changes according to the video bitrate. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 31: Configuring Capture Schedule

    The user can configure scheduled snapshots and event-triggered snapshots. Captured stillshots can be stored in local storage or network storage. Steps: Enter the Snapshot settings interface: Configuration > Storage > Storage Settings > Capture 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 32 2. Toggle the Enable Timing Snapshot checkbox. 3. Click Edit to set the snapshot schedule. Refer to Section 5.2.1 Configuring Motion Detection for details on configuring schedules. Upload event-triggered snapshots to FTP 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 33: Configuring Net Hdd

    1. Enter the HDD settings interface (Configuration > Storage > Storage Management > HDD Management), in which you can view the capacity, free space, status, type and properties of the disk. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 34 Up to 8 NAS disks can be connected to the camera.  NOTE: To initialize and use the memory card after inserting it into the camera, refer to the  NAS disk initialization steps. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 35: Basic Event Configuration

    When Enable Dynamic Analysis for Motion is toggled on, detected objects are marked with a  tracking rectangle in the live view. Select the configuration mode as Normal or Expert then set the corresponding motion detection parameters. Normal  10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 36 NOTE: The user can click to clear all motion areas. (3) Move the slider to set the sensitivity of the detection mechanism. Expert  10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 37 The smaller the value, the easier the alarm will be triggered. Set the Arming Schedule for Motion Detection. (1) Click the tab to enter the arming schedule setting interface. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 38 Segment Arming Settings Figure 5-13 (5) Click to save settings. NOTE: The time of each period cannot be overlapped. Up to 8 periods can be configured for each 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 39 Output to set the alarm output parameters. Trigger Recording  Record a video when an event occurs. NOTE: You have to set the recording schedule to utilize this function. Refer to Section 5.1.1 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 40: Configuring Video Tampering Alarm

    Motion Detection for more information on configuring linkage methods. 5. Click to save the settings. CONFIGURING VIDEO LOSS Steps: 1. Enter the Video Loss settings interface: Configuration > Event > Basic Event > Video Loss 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 41: Configuring Alarm Input

    2. Choose the Alarm Input No. and the Alarm Type. The alarm type can be NO (Normally Open) and NC (Normally Closed). 3. Edit the name in to set a name for the alarm input (optional). 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 42: Configuring Alarm Output

    Linkage Method Figure 5-18 CONFIGURING ALARM OUTPUT Steps: 1. Enter the Alarm Output settings interface: Configuration> Event > Basic Event > Alarm Output. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 43: Handling Exceptions

    1. Enter the Exception settings interface: Configuration > Event > Basic Event > Exception 2. Check off the corresponding checkbox for desired Exception alarm linkages. Refer to Section 5.2.1 Configuring Motion Detection for details on configuring linkage methods. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 44: Smart Event Configuration

    When you enable this function and an audio exception occurs, the configured alarm action will be triggered. Steps: 1. Enter the video audio exception detection interface: Configuration > Event > Smart Event > Audio Exception Detection 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 45: Configuring Face Detection

    Certain actions may be triggered by the detection. Steps: 1. Toggle the Enable Face Detection checkbox. 2. (Optional) The user can toggle the Enable Dynamic Analysis for Face Detection checkbox if you want the 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 46: Configuring Intrusion Detection

    Intrusion detection can set an area in the camera’s field of vision and once the area is entered, a set of alarm action(s) are triggered. Steps: 1. Enter the intrusion detection interface: Configuration > Events > Smart Event >Intrusion Detection 2. Toggle the Enable checkbox. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 47 Refer to Section 5.2.1 Configuring Motion Detection for more details. 7. Click the tab to select the linkage method taken for intrusion detection. Available 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 48: Configuring Line Crossing Detection

    Drag an end to the desired coordinate to adjust the length and angle of the line. Click and drag the line from the middle to adjust the location. 6. Configure the parameters for each detection region separately. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 49: Configuring Region Entrance Detection

    1. Enter the Region Entrance Detection settings interface: Configuration> Event > Smart Event> Region Entrance Detection 2. Toggle the Enable checkbox to enable the Region Entrance Detection function. Configuring Region Entrance Detection Figure 5-24 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 50: Configuring Region Exiting Detection

    1. Enter the Region Exiting Detection settings interface: Configuration> Event > Smart Event> Region Exiting Detection 2. Toggle the checkbox of Enable to enable the Region Exiting Detection function. Configuring Region Exiting Detection Figure 5-25 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 51 FTP, trigger channel, smart tracking and trigger alarm output are selectable. Refer to Section 5.2.1 Configuring Motion Detection for more details on configuring linkages. 9. Click the button to save the settings. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 52: Ptz Configuration

    Compatible: Using this option ensures the control speed is set the same as the Keyboard Control Speed. Pedestrian: Choose Pedestrian when the camera is intended to monitor pedestrians/people. ► ► Non-motor Vehicle: Choose Non-motor Vehicle when monitoring objects larger than people but 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 53: Configuring Ptz Limits

     Scan Stops: When scan limit stops are set, random scan, frame scan, auto scan, tilt scan, panorama scans are performed in the limited surveillance area only. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 54: Configuring Initial Position

    Scheduled Tasks function is prior to Park Action function. When these two  NOTE: functions are set to the same time, only the Scheduled Tasks function takes effect. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 55: Configuring Privacy Mask

    10. The user can drag the corners of the red rectangle area to draw a polygon mask. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 56: Configuring Scheduled Tasks

    5. Select the timeline of the desired day and drag the mouse to set the recording schedule (the start time and end time of the recording task). 6. After you set the scheduled task, you can click and copy the task to other days (optional). 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 57: Clearing Ptz Configurations

    Smart tracking utilizes motion detection to automatically track objects for a pre-defined period of time using the camera’s PTZ functionality. Steps: 1. Enter the Smart Tracking settings interface: Configuration > PTZ > Smart Tracking 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 58: Prioritize Ptz

    The user can set the camera’s directional compass and position information in this interface. Steps: 1. Enter the Position Settings interface: Configuration > PTZ > Position Settings 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 59 3. After the speed dome changes directions, click Point to North to return the speed dome to the north facing position. 4. If desired, manually set GPS information including longitude and latitude. 5. Click to save the settings. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 60: Camera Configuration

    Before utilizing this function, you have to enable the Multicast function of your router and configure the  gateway of the network camera. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 61 (3) Enter the Port number of the DynDNS server. (4) Enter the User Name and Password registered on the DynDNS website. (5) Click to save the settings. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 62 Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the  installer and/or end-user. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 63 To port mapping with the customized port numbers: Choose And you can customize the value of the port number by yourself. Port Mapping Mode Figure 6-6 Click to save the settings. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 64: Advanced Settings

    2. Toggle the corresponding version checkbox (Enable SNMP v1, Enable SNMP v2c, Enable SNMP v3) to enable the feature. 3. Configure the SNMP settings. NOTE: The configuration of the SNMP software should be the same as the settings you configure here. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 65 Child directory: It is a sub-folder which can be created in the parent directory. The files will be saved in a sub-folder in FTP server. The name of folder can be defined as shown in Figure 6-10. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 66 STARTTLS, and the SMTP port should be set as 25. NOTE:  STARTTLS protocol must be supported by the email server for e-mail encryption with STARTTLS to function. When it is not supported by the 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 67 Configuring HTTPS Settings Purpose: HTTPS is consisted by SSL&HTTP. It is used for encryption transmission, identity authentication network protocol which enhances the security of WEB accessing. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 68 OPTION 3: Create certificate request first and continue the installation. a) Select Create certificate request first and continue the installation. b) Click Create to create the certificate request, and enter the required information. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 69 IEEE 802.1X standard, authentication is needed. If the authentication fails, the devices cannot connect to the network. The protected LAN with 802.1X standard is shown in Figure 6-16 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 70 Configure the 802.1X settings, including user name and password. NOTE: The EAP-MD5 version must be identical with that of the router or the switch. Click to finish the settings. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 71: Configuring Video And Audio Settings

    7. Click to save the settings 6.2 Configuring Video and Audio Settings CONFIGURING VIDEO SETTINGS Steps: 1. Enter the Video settings interface: Configuration > Video/Audio > Video 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 72 Compared to H.265, H.265+ reduces storage by up to 50% with the same maximum bitrate in most scenes. NOTE: ► H.265+/H.265 functionality varies depending on different speed dome models. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 73: Configuring Audio Settings

    When Fixed Region is enabled, image quality of the ROI area will be enhanced and image quality of other areas will be reduced. When Dynamic Region is enabled, image quality of tracking target will be enhanced. NOTE: ROI function varies depending on different camera models. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 74 Adjust the ROI level from 1 to 6. Toggle the Enable Target Tracking checkbox to enable target tracking with the target set as region of interest. Adjust the ROI level from 1 to 6. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 75: Display Info. On Stream

    Toggle the Enable Dual-VCA checkbox, Object information will be marked in the video stream. The user can then set rules on the connected rear-end device to detect the events including line crossing, intrusion, etc. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 76: Configuring Image Settings

    This feature is used to adjust color saturation of the image. The value ranges from 0 to 100. Sharpness  Sharpness function enhances the detail of the image by sharpening the edges in the image. The value ranges from 0 to 100. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 77 When slow shutter is set as ON, you can select the slow shutter level from the dropdown list. The slow shutter lever can be set to Slow Shutter*2, *3, *4, *6, *8. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 78 The user can enable or disable the WDR function as shown in Figure 6-30. The wide dynamic level ranges from 0 to 100. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 79 If you are a professional technician, you can set it to Expert Mode then adjust Space DNR Level and Time DNR Level. The level ranges from 0 to 100. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 80: Configuring Osd Settings

    Camera Name: Identifies the name of camera. The user can customize the on-screen display of the camera timestamp. Steps: 1. Enter the OSD settings interface: Configuration > Image > OSD Settings 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 81: Configuring Text Overlay Settings

    Adjust OSD Location Figure 6-37 6. Click to activate above settings. CONFIGURING TEXT OVERLAY SETTINGS Purpose: The user can customize the text overlay in this interface. Steps: 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 82: Configuring Image Parameters Switch

    Link to Preset Figure 6-38 Linked Scene Figure 6-39 4. When you enable Scheduled-Switch, toggle the corresponding checkbox, set the time period and the linked scene. Schedule-Switch Figure 6-40 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 83: Configuring System Settings

    Synchronization consists of auto mode by Network Time Protocol (NTP) server and manual mode. Steps: 1. Enter the Time Settings interface: Configuration > System > System Settings > Time Settings 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 84 NOTE: The user can also toggle the Sync with local time checkbox to synchronize the time of the camera with the time of your computer. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 85 Transparent channel: Connect a serial device directly to the camera. The serial device will be controlled  remotely by the computer through the network. NOTE: RS-232 function varies depending on different speed dome models. Steps: 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 86: Maintenance

    The Baud rate, PTZ Protocol and PTZ Address parameters of the camera should be exactly the same as those of the control device. About Click View License, you can check Open Source Software Licenses. MAINTENANCE Upgrade & Maintenance Rebooting the Camera Steps: 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 87 Before you start: Configure network storage for the camera or insert a memory card in the camera. Steps: 1. Enter the Log interface: Configuration >System > Maintenance > Log 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 88: Security

    1. Enter the Authentication interface: Configuration> System> Security > Authentication 2. Set the RTSP Authentication/WEB Authentication type from the dropdown list. Digest and digest/basic are selectable. 3. Click to save the settings. Configuring IP Address Filter 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 89 Left-click an IP address from filter list and click Modify. b. Modify the IP address in the text filed. Modify an IP Figure 6-54 Click OK to finish modifying. Delete an IP Address ► 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 90: User Management

    Proper configuration of all passwords and other security settings is the responsibility of the installer  and/or end-user. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 91 2. Modify the User Name, Level or Password. 3. In the Basic Permission field and Camera Configuration field, you can check or uncheck the permissions. 4. Click to finish the user modification. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...
  • Page 92 The user can see the current users who are visiting the device through this interface. User information, such as user name, level, IP address, and operation time, is displayed in the User List. Click Refresh to refresh the list. 10385 Westmoor Drive, Suite 210, Westminster, CO 80021 | www.3xlogic.com | (877) 3XLOGIC...

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