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MIC IP starlight 7000i
MIC-7502-Z30B│MIC-7502-Z30W│MIC-7502-Z30G
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  • Page 1 MIC IP starlight 7000i MIC-7502-Z30B│MIC-7502-Z30W│MIC-7502-Z30G User Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Table of contents | en Table of contents Browser connection Systems requirements Establishing the connection Password protection in camera System overview Live page Configuration Playback Operation via the browser Live page 3.1.1 Connection 3.1.2 3.1.3 Pre-positions 3.1.4...
  • Page 4 | Table of contents MIC IP starlight 7000i Scene Mode Scheduler Pre-positions and Tours 6.10 Pre-position mapping 6.11 Sectors 6.12 Miscellaneous 6.13 Illumination/Wiper 6.14 Audio 6.15 Pixel Counter Alarm Alarm Connections Video Content Analysis (VCA) Virtual Masks Audio Alarm...
  • Page 5: Browser Connection

    If you cannot connect, the unit may have reached its maximum number of connections. Depending on the device and network configuration, each unit can have up to 50 web browser connections, or up to 100 connections via Bosch Video Client or Bosch Video Management System.
  • Page 6 | Browser connection MIC IP starlight 7000i When you use Configuration Manager to access your device for the first time, you must set the initial password of the device in Configuration Manager. The Users section (General > Unit Access > Users) displays the message, "Before you can use this device you have to secure it with an initial password."...
  • Page 7: System Overview

    Configuration To configure the unit, click this icon. Links To navigate to the Bosch download store, click this icon. To get context sensitive help for a particular page, click this icon. Note: None of the pages are accessible until after you set a service-level password.
  • Page 8: Operation Via The Browser

    | Operation via the browser MIC IP starlight 7000i Operation via the browser Live page 3.1.1 Connection Stream 1 Select this option to display stream 1 of the camera. Stream 2 Select this option to display stream 2 of the camera.
  • Page 9: Aux Control

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Operation via the browser | en Note: If the pre-position is already stored, a dialog box displays the message, “Overwrite current pre-position?” Click OK to overwrite, or click Cancel to cancel the operation. Click to display the selected pre-position in the video image.
  • Page 10: Recording Status

    | Operation via the browser MIC IP starlight 7000i Custom tour Click this button to view (in continuous playback) a custom tour that was previously configured. 3.1.7 Recording status The hard drive icon below the live camera image changes during an automatic recording.
  • Page 11: Storage, Cpu And Network Status

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Operation via the browser | en All connected users receive audio signals sent from the unit but only the user who first pressed the F12 key can send audio signals; others must wait for the first user to release the key.
  • Page 12: Playback Via Browser

    | Operation via the browser MIC IP starlight 7000i Playback via browser Click Playback in the application bar to view, search or export recordings. This link is only visible if a direct iSCSI or memory card has been configured for recording. (With VRM recording this option is not active.)
  • Page 13 MIC IP starlight 7000i Operation via the browser | en Controls Control playback by means of the buttons below the video image. The buttons have the following functions: – Start/Pause playback – Select the playback (forward or backward) speed using the speed regulator –...
  • Page 14: General

    A check mark in this check box indicates that at least one certificate is loaded onto the camera. If no certificates are loaded, then “No certificate installed” appears to the right of the text. The Escrypt certificate is a root certificate for Bosch Security Systems that proves that the device meets the following criteria: –...
  • Page 15: Date/time

    MIC IP starlight 7000i General | en – user is the middle authorization level. At this level you can operate the device, play back recordings, and also control camera, for example, but you cannot change the configuration. – live is the lowest authorization level. At this level you can only view the live video image and switch between the different live image displays.
  • Page 16: Display Stamping

    | General MIC IP starlight 7000i If you decide to create alternative daylight saving time dates by editing the table, note that values occur in linked pairs (DST start and end dates). First, check the time zone setting. If it is not correct, select the appropriate time zone and click Set.
  • Page 17 MIC IP starlight 7000i General | en Time stamping This field sets the position of the time overlay. It can be displayed at the Top, at the Bottom or at a position of your choice that you can then specify using the Custom option. Or it can be set to Off for no overlay information.
  • Page 18: Gb/t 28181

    | General MIC IP starlight 7000i Telemetry region Select On to set or to edit the position of the telemetry information (azimuth and elevation (pan/tilt position)) and the zoom factor on the OSD. Refer to the section ”PTZ Settings, page 36“...
  • Page 19 MIC IP starlight 7000i General | en Server IP address Enter the server IP address. Device ID Enter the ID of the device. Device port Enter the number of the device port. The default is 5060. Password Enter the appropriate password.
  • Page 20: Web Interface

    | Web Interface MIC IP starlight 7000i Web Interface Appearance You can adapt the appearance of the web interface and change the website language to meet your requirements. GIF or JPEG images can be used to replace the company and device logos. The image can be stored on a web server (for example, http://www.myhostname.com/images/logo.gif).
  • Page 21: Live Functions

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Web Interface | en Show VCA trajectories The trajectories (motion lines of objects) from the video content analysis are displayed in the live video image if a corresponding analysis type is activated. The trajectory is shown as a green line following the object base point.
  • Page 22 | Web Interface MIC IP starlight 7000i Transmit audio You can only select this option if audio transmission is actually switched on (see Audio).The audio signals are sent in a separate data stream parallel to the video data, and so increase the network load.
  • Page 23: Camera

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Camera Installer Menu Application variant – If you are connecting to MIC-ALM-WAS-24, select “[camera name] - IO“ to allow the camera to recognize additional inputs and outputs from this device and to allow control of an external washer unit.
  • Page 24 | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Mounting position The mounting position describes the perspective information that is also often called calibration. This parameter is important for Intelligent Tracking. If using Intelligent Tracking, select Standard. The MIC camera provides the tilt angle and the focal length automatically to complete the global calibration for every potential field of view of the camera.
  • Page 25 MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Height [m] Enter the height manually, or click the refresh icon to obtain values provided by any sensors that the camera may have. Alternatively, select the Calculate check box to obtain values based on the calibration elements marked on the image.
  • Page 26: Encoder Profile

    | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Notice! If the distance to the camera (geolocation) is not relevant, it is enough to determine height and focal length in relation to each other. This allows a simple calibration by marking 2-3 persons ‑...
  • Page 27 MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en You can change individual parameter values of a profile and you can also change the name. You can switch between profiles by clicking the appropriate tabs. Caution! The profiles are rather complex. They include a large number of parameters that interact with one another, so it is generally best to use the default profiles.
  • Page 28 | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Maximum bit rate This maximum bit rate is not exceeded under any circumstances. Depending on the video quality settings for the I- and P-frames, this fact can result in individual images being skipped.
  • Page 29: Encoder Streams

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en The basic setting Auto automatically adjusts the quality to the settings for the P-frame video quality. I/P-frame delta QP This parameter sets the ratio of the I-frame quantization (QP) to the P-frame quantization (QP).
  • Page 30 | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Option selected for Stream 1 Options for Stream 2 (recording) (recording) 720p 720p D1 4:3 (cropped) 640x480 1080p 720p 1080p* D1 4:3 (cropped) 640x480 1280x1024 (cropped) * Note: This option is valid only if the option selected in the field Base frame rate in Camera >...
  • Page 31: Privacy Masks

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Profile number Default Profile name Description Profile 8 3G Optimized Ideal for encoding on a 3G uplink where bit rate limitations are critical. Note: Non-recording profiles (streams) are I-frame only. JPEG stream Select the resolution, frame rate, and image quality parameters for the M-JPEG stream.
  • Page 32: Picture Settings

    | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Pattern Select the color of the mask as it will appear in live video: Black, White, or Gray. If you select the Pattern “Auto,” the camera adjusts to the brightness or darkness of the background scene of the video.
  • Page 33 MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Blue Gain The blue gain adjustment offsets the factory white point alignment (reducing blue introduces more yellow). It is only necessary to change the white point offset for special scene conditions. Sodium red level Adjust the level of red for sodium vapor lighting with the slider from 0 to 255.
  • Page 34 | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i If you select this option, the camera disables Shutter automatically. Shutter Adjusts the electronic shutter speed (AES). Controls the time period for which light is gathered by the collecting device. The default setting is 1/60 second for NTSC and 1/50 for PAL cameras.
  • Page 35: Lens Settings

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Night mode shutter Controls the time period for which light is gathered by the collecting device while in night mode. Values are ¼, 1/8, 1/15, and 1/30; the default is 1/15. Noise Reduction Turns on the 2D and 3D noise reduction feature.
  • Page 36: Ptz Settings

    | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i – Gain Control: switches to AGC. – Shutter Speed: switches to default. – Manual: camera must be manually adjusted to compensate for varying light conditions. Auto iris level Increases or decreases brightness according to the amount of light. Type a value between 1 and 15.
  • Page 37 MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Note: If you would like to pan/tilt manually, or to use recording Tour A / Tour B, while using the “IVA while moving” feature, then you must set the value in this field to <5.
  • Page 38: Scene Mode Scheduler

    SW, W, NW) heading in which the camera is pointing. Notice! The compass feature is not compatible with Bosch’s Intelligent Tracking feature. If Intelligent Tracking is activated, the camera automatically disables the display of the compass heading. Once Intelligent Tracking is deactivated, the camera returns the compass heading to the display.
  • Page 39: Pre-position Mapping

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en To remove a pre-position from the tour, select the pre-position in the list and uncheck the box Include in standard tour (marked with *). Select a dwell time from the drop-down list Standard pre-position tour.
  • Page 40 | Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i – On - This mode turns on the illuminators. The illuminators will remain active until you select another mode. In this mode, the camera provides a much better image at low light levels.
  • Page 41: Audio

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Camera | en Click Start to start the wiper/washer. Click Stop to stop the wiper/washer. 6.14 Audio Audio You can set the gain of the audio signals to suit your specific requirements. The live video image is shown in the window to help you check the audio source. Your changes are effective immediately.
  • Page 42: Alarm

    | Alarm MIC IP starlight 7000i Alarm Alarm Connections You can select how the camera responds to an alarm. In the event of an alarm, the unit can automatically connect to a pre-defined IP address. You can enter up to ten IP addresses to which the camera will connect in sequence in the event of an alarm, until a connection is made.
  • Page 43 MIC IP starlight 7000i Alarm | en Remote port Depending on the network configuration, select a browser port here. The ports for HTTPS connections will be available only if the On option is selected in the SSL encryption parameter. Video output If you know which unit is being used as the receiver, you can select the analog video output to which the signal should be switched.
  • Page 44: Video Content Analysis (vca)

    | Alarm MIC IP starlight 7000i Video Content Analysis (VCA) Note: This section of the manual provides an overview of the fields and the options for each field on the page VCA. This section is not a complete tutorial of setting up VCA. For more information, refer to the separate manual Video Content Analysis (VCA), available on the product page for Intelligent Video Analytics.
  • Page 45: Virtual Masks

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Alarm | en Reference check Save a reference image that can be continuously compared with the current video image. If the current video image in the marked areas differs from the reference image, an alarm is triggered.
  • Page 46: Audio Alarm

    | Alarm MIC IP starlight 7000i 2. Select the mask with your mouse. Move the mouse to position the mask over the area of the view that you want to mask, and then click “Set.” The text “VM Configuration active!” appears in the View Control window.
  • Page 47: Alarm Task Editor

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Alarm | en SMTP user name Enter a registered user name for the chosen mailserver here. SMTP password Enter the required password for the registered user name here. Format You can select the data format of the alarm message.
  • Page 48: Alarm Rules

    | Alarm MIC IP starlight 7000i Enter new scripts in the Alarm Task Editor field or change existing scripts in line with your requirements. When finished, click Set to transmit the scripts to the device. If the transfer was successful, the message Script successfully parsed.
  • Page 49: Interfaces

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Interfaces | en Interfaces COM1 Serial port function Select a controller or a protocol from the list matching the connected camera. If you wish to use the serial port to transmit transparent data, select Transparent. Select Terminal if you wish to operate the unit from a terminal.
  • Page 50: Network

    | Network MIC IP starlight 7000i Network The settings on these pages are used to integrate the device into a network. Some changes only take effect after a reboot. In this case Set changes to Set and Reboot. Make the desired changes.
  • Page 51: Advanced

    This field identifies any cloud-based services with which the camera communicates. – If you have registered the device on a cloud-based service such as Bosch Remote Portal, then this field identifies this fact (“Registered on Bosch Remote Portal”). Note: The button (Connect to Bosch Remote Portal) to connect to the device with that service is active.
  • Page 52: Network Management

    | Network MIC IP starlight 7000i Server IP Enter the IP address of the server. Server port (0=Off) Enter the number of the server port. Protocol Select the appropriate protocol: UDP, TCP, or TLS. Network Management SNMP The camera supports the SNMP V1 (Simple Network Management Protocol) for managing and monitoring network components, and can send SNMP messages (traps) to IP addresses.
  • Page 53: Image Posting

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Network | en Notice! Multicast operation requires a multicast-enabled network that uses the UDP and the Internet Group Management IGMP protocols. Other group management protocols are not supported. The TCP protocol does not support multicast connections.
  • Page 54: Accounts

    | Network MIC IP starlight 7000i – Overwrite The same file name is always used and any existing file will be overwritten with the current file. – Increment A number from 000 to 255 is added to the file name and automatically incremented by 1.
  • Page 55: Ipv4 Filter

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Network | en Path Enter the exact path on which you wish to post the images on the server. To browse for the correct path, click the Browse button to the right. Maximum bit rate Enter the maximum bit rate for the JPEG images (in kbps).
  • Page 56: Service

    | Service MIC IP starlight 7000i Service 10.1 Maintenance Update server The address of the update server appears in the address box. Click Check to make a connection to this server. Select the appropriate version for your camera to download the firmware from the server.
  • Page 57: Logging

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Service | en – Click Upload. – Generate signing request for a signing authority to create a new certificate: – Fill in all the required fields and click Generate. – Generate certificate to create a new self-signed certificate: –...
  • Page 58: Using Your Mic Camera

    Note: Tour B is now intended for use with the 'IVA while moving' functions. Preset Tours For scenarios that require the camera to be in continuous motion for most of the day, Bosch recommends that you set the camera in Preset Tour mode, moving between a desired set of presets.
  • Page 59: Using Intelligent Tracking

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Using your MIC Camera | en 11.2 Using Intelligent Tracking Configuring Intelligent Tracking The camera utilizes the built-in Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) to continuously follow an individual or object even if it passes behind a Privacy Mask or a stationary object. The camera uses objects detected by IVA in a stationary preset position to activate the Intelligent Tracking feature.
  • Page 60 | Using your MIC Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i Operation of Intelligent Tracking The Intelligent Tracking feature behaves in one of the following ways: – Camera detects an object in motion and automatically tracks the object User actions always take precedence over Intelligent Tracking. If the camera is actively tracking an object and a user takes control, the camera will attempt to track the object after a period of inactivity.
  • Page 61 MIC IP starlight 7000i Using your MIC Camera | en To activate this mode, you must enable IVA by selecting either IVA [number] or IVA [number] Flow in the field Analysis type of the page VCA (from the page Configuration, select Alarm >...
  • Page 62: Uploading A User Logo

    | Using your MIC Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i 11.3 Uploading a User Logo Customers have the option to upload custom logos that display on the web browser of the device. All user logo images must comply with the following requirements: –...
  • Page 63: Azimuth, Elevation, And Compass Directions

    Azimuth Zero point. Notice! Bosch recommends that only the installer calibrate the Azimuth Zero point. A recalibration to the Azimuth Zero point may cause inaccurate compass headings. Set the Azimuth Zero point: Determine the North compass heading, then move the camera to that position.
  • Page 64: Using The Wiper/washer (bosch Protocol)

    | Using your MIC Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i 11.5 Using the Wiper/Washer (Bosch Protocol) The "predefined position" for the wash/wipe function is preset 62. The installer must define preset 62 (preferably where the washer nozzle is located and can direct washer fluid towards the camera window) before using the wiper/washer function.
  • Page 65: Using The Wiper/washer (pelco Protocol)

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Using your MIC Camera | en 11.6 Using the Wiper/Washer (Pelco Protocol) To activate the washer/wiper in Pelco protocol, follow these steps: 1. From the Configuration page > Illumination/Wiper > Wiper/washer, click Start, and then exit the menu.
  • Page 66: Configuring Settings For Ir Illumination

    | Using your MIC Camera MIC IP starlight 7000i 11.7 Configuring Settings for IR Illumination The following table provides the valid combinations of settings for activating IR illumination. To activate IR illumination, set the menus Night Mode, IR Illuminator, and IR Focus Correction to the values identified in the table below, depending on your desired results.
  • Page 67: Troubleshooting

    Camera reboots frequently or Test your camera with another power supply. intermittently Check the Bosch website for a software update that might address the issue. No OSD messages appear. Bosch’s Video SDK is required. Video management software from third parties does not use the SDK.
  • Page 68 | Troubleshooting MIC IP starlight 7000i The contrast on the screen is too Adjust the contrast feature of the monitor. Is the weak. camera exposed to strong light? If so, change the camera position. The image on the screen flickers.
  • Page 69 (especially on the yoke arms). – If there is obvious and severe damage, stop using the camera and contact your Bosch Service Center for assistance. – If no damage is evident, complete one of the following steps: a) Cycle the power on the camera.
  • Page 70 | Troubleshooting MIC IP starlight 7000i Customer Support and Service If this unit needs service, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center for authorization to return and shipping instructions. Telephone: 800-366-2283 Fax: 800-366-1329 Email: cctv.repair@us.bosch.com Customer Service Telephone: 888-289-0096 Fax: 585-223-9180 Email: security.sales@us.bosch.com...
  • Page 71: Status Codes

    MIC IP starlight 7000i Status Codes | en Status Codes For certain conditions, MIC cameras will display status codes on the video image. The table below identifies the status codes, their descriptions, and the recommended action to resolve the condition.
  • Page 72 2. Verify the integrity/tightness of the external fasteners. Tighten where necessary. 3. If obvious damage is present, stop using the camera and contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center. 4. If no damage is evident, power the camera off and then on, and then evaluate operational performance.
  • Page 73 4. If damage to the seals is obvious, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center. 5. If no obvious damage is found, power the camera off and then on. If the status code reappears, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center.
  • Page 74 (and the window defrosters, for MIC IP fusion 9000i). If the log notes heater or defroster failure, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center. 3. If operation is obstructed because of...
  • Page 75 (Configuration > Camera > Installer Menu >Reboot device). If this action does not resolve the problem, contact the nearest Bosch Security Systems Service Center. The Service Center may request information from the diagnostics log of the camera (accessible from the Service menu).
  • Page 76: Aux Commands

    | AUX Commands MIC IP starlight 7000i AUX Commands Function Command Description On/Off Auto Pan without limits (Continuous) On/Off Auto Pan between limits On/Off Run Custom Pre-Position Tour On/Off Run Pre-Position Tour On/Off AutoPivot Enable On/Off Backlight Compensation (BLC)
  • Page 77 1-256 Set/- Pre-position Programming 1-256 -/Shot Pre-position Recall The following commands are specific to MIC7000 models, including MIC IP starlight 7000i. Function Command Description On/Off IR mode AUX ON sets IR to Auto. AUX OFF sets IR to OFF.
  • Page 79 Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH Bosch Security Systems, Inc Robert-Bosch-Ring 5 1706 Hempstead Road 85630 Grasbrunn Lancaster, PA, 17601 Germany www.boschsecurity.com © Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH, 2017...

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