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  • Page 1 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera H4W2GR1V H3W2GR1V HBW2GR1V HCL2GV H2W2GR1 H4L2GR1V H3W4GR1V HBL2GR1V HCW2GV H4W4GR1V HBW2GR3V User Guide...
  • Page 3 Cautions and Warnings CAUTION To ensure compliance with electrical safety standards, CSA Certified/UL Listed LPS or Class 2 power adapters are required. Power over Ethernet (PoE) shall be provided by listed information technology equipment meeting the IEEE 802.3af PoE standard. The PoE is not intended to be connected to exposed (outside plant) networks. CAUTION To comply with EN50130-4 requirements, a UPS should be employed when powering on the camera from 24 V AC.
  • Page 4 Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity North America The equipment supplied with this guide conforms to UL 60950-1 and CSA C22.2 No. 60950- Europe The manufacturer declares that the equipment supplied is compliant with the European Parliament and Council Directive on the Restrictions of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (2011/65/EU), General Product Safety Directive (2001/95/EC), and the essential requirements the EMC directive 2004/108/EC, conforming to the requirements of standards EN 55032 for emissions, EN 50130-4 for...
  • Page 5 Honeywell will repair or replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective products returned prepaid. In the event you have a problem with any Honeywell product, please call Customer Service at 1.800.323.4576 for assistance or to request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number.
  • Page 6 List of Symbols The following table contains a list of symbols that may appear on the camera: Symbol Explanation The WEEE symbol. This symbol indicates that when the end-user wishes to discard this product, it must be sent to separate collection facilities for recovery and recycling. By separating this product from other household-type waste, the volume of waste sent to incinerators or landfills will be reduced, and thus natural resources will be conserved.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents About This Document ............................... viii Overview of Contents ................................viii Accessing the Camera ............................1 Installing the IPC Tool Utility .............................. 1 Discovering Your Camera on the Network ........................1 Assigning a New IP Address to Your Camera ......................1 Upgrading the Camera’s Firmware ..........................
  • Page 8 Configuring RSTP ................................29 Configuring PPPoE Settings ............................30 Configuring DDNS Settings ............................30 Filtering IP/MAC Addresses ............................31 Adding IP/Mac Addresses to the List of Approved Users ..................32 Editing IP/Mac Addresses ............................. 32 Deleting IP/Mac Addresses from the List of Approved Users ................33 Configuring Email Settings .............................
  • Page 9 Resetting the Camera................................. 67 Backing Up/Restoring a Configuration ........................68 Configuring Maintenance Settings ..........................68 Upgrading the Firmware ..............................69 Viewing Version Information ............................69 Managing Logs ..................................70 Viewing Logs ..................................70 Backing Up Logs ................................71 Deleting Logs ..................................71 Viewing Online Users ................................
  • Page 11: About This Document

    About This Document This manual is intended for system installers, administrators, and users of Honeywell’s equIP® Series 2MP/4MP LOW LIGHT WDR IP cameras and contains instructions for accessing, configuring, and operating the cameras. Overview of Contents This manual contains the following chapters and appendixes: •...
  • Page 13: Accessing The Camera

    Accessing the Camera 1 Accessing the Camera This chapter contains the following sections: • Installing the IPC Tool Utility, page 1 • Discovering Your Camera on the Network, page 1 • Assigning a New IP Address to Your Camera, page 1 •...
  • Page 14: Upgrading The Camera's Firmware

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 2. Click the Network tab. 3. Clear the DHCP check box. 4. Enter the new IP settings in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway fields. 5. Click Apply to apply the settings. To change the IP addresses of multiple cameras at the same time: 1.
  • Page 15 Accessing the Camera 2. On the Device Information tab, click Web Page. The web client opens in your default browser.
  • Page 16: Logging In And Viewing Live Video

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 2 Logging In and Viewing Live Video This chapter contains the following sections: • Logging In to the Web Client, page 4 • Overview of the Live Interface, page 5 • Configuring the Live Interface, page 6 •...
  • Page 17: Overview Of The Live Interface

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video The password must be at least 8 characters long and contain at least one lowercase letter, one number, and one special character. The password cannot be blank. Overview of the Live Interface The following figure shows the layout of the web client’s Live interface. Figure 2-1 Live Interface...
  • Page 18: Configuring The Live Interface

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring the Live Interface The first time you log into the web client, follow the on-screen Note instructions to download and install the web browser plug-in. You can configure the Live interface using the configuration controls located in the lower left corner of the screen, immediately below the video window.
  • Page 19: Working In The Live Interface

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video Zoom and Opens the Zoom and Focus panel. Focus Move the sliders to adjust the zoom and focus settings. Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments. The Step number determines the magnitude of the adjustment.
  • Page 20: Setting Up Live Video Streaming

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Alarm Output Click to generate or cancel an alarm output. The icon appears red when the alarm is active, gray when the alarm is inactive. Help Displays online help for the Live interface. Setting Up Live Video Streaming In the upper right corner of the screen, immediately above the video window, you can set the stream type and protocol for live video streaming.
  • Page 21: Playing Back Recorded Video

    Playing Back Recorded Video 3 Playing Back Recorded Video This chapter contains the following sections: • Overview of the Playback Interface, page 9 • Playing Back Recorded Video, page 11 • Downloading Recorded Video, page 11 • Viewing Snapshots, page 12 Overview of the Playback Interface The following figure shows the layout of the web client’s Playback interface.
  • Page 22: Video Clip Controls

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Figure 3-2 Playback Toolbar Table 3-1 Playback Controls Play/Pause Click to play recorded video. Pause Click to pause playback. Stop Click to stop playback. Next Frame Click to advance to the next frame when playback is paused.
  • Page 23: Playing Back Recorded Video

    Playing Back Recorded Video Table 3-3 Timeline Controls Record Type General Displays video saved during normally scheduled recording in the timeline. Motion Displays video saved during a motion detection event in the timeline. Alarm Displays video saved during an alarm event in the timeline. Manual Displays video saved manually during live monitoring in the timeline.
  • Page 24: Viewing Snapshots

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide From the File Type list, select dav. From the Data Src list, select the location where the video files are stored. On the calendar, click the date that the video was recorded. Click File List to display the list of video files for that date.
  • Page 25 Playing Back Recorded Video To view a snapshot that you have saved manually during playback, go the directory specified in Setup  Compression Setup  Path  Playback Snapshot and double-click the file to open If you have configured the system to take snapshots on a schedule, or during motion detection or alarm events, you can view and download them.
  • Page 26: Configuring Video And Audio Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 4 Configuring Video and Audio Settings This chapters contains the following sections: Configuring Video Settings, page 14 • Configuring Audio Settings, page 24 • Configuring Video Settings This section describes how to configure camera properties (picture, exposure, lighting compensation, white balance, day and night, IR light, and defog) and video streaming properties (format, resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and I-frame interval).
  • Page 27 Configuring Video and Audio Settings To rotate the image 90 degrees, 180 degrees, or 270 degrees, set AOV to 90° (Flip Mode • 1), 180° Inverted, or 270° (Flip Mode 2) respectively. If the camera is mounted on a pole or in an environment subject to vibration, you can set EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) to ON to improve image stability.
  • Page 28 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments. Corrects the exposure of overexposed and underexposed areas of the scene. Drag the slider to adjust the WDR level. Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments.
  • Page 29: Managing Profiles

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings underexposure. If Mode is set to Manual, set the Near Light and Far Light brightness levels. Drag the slider left or right to decrease or increase the value. Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments.
  • Page 30: Configuring Streaming Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring Streaming Settings You can configure video streaming properties on the Setup  Compression Setup  Video page. The page is divided into two sections: Main Stream and Sub Stream. In the Sub Stream section, two sub streams are configurable: Sub Stream 1 and Sub Stream 2.
  • Page 31: Configuring Snapshot Settings

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings movement. Used together with H.264, Smart Codec can lead to storage savings of up to 60 percent and bandwidth savings of up to 40 percent over H.264 alone. If Smart Codec is set to ON, video analytics will be unavailable. Note Resolution In the Resolution box, select a resolution from the list.
  • Page 32: Configuring Privacy Masks

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Snapshot Type Set the Snapshot Type to General or Event. General Snapshots are taken according to a user-defined schedule. Event Snapshots are taken whenever an alarm, motion detection, camera tampering, or system event occurs. Image Size The image size is determined by the main stream resolution setting.
  • Page 33: Configuring The Channel Title

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings Delete any masks that you don’t need. To delete a mask, right-click it or select it and then click Delete. To remove all the masks, click Remove All. To move a mask, select it and drag the center of the mask. To resize a mask, drag one of the corner handles.
  • Page 34: Configuring The Time Title

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring the Time Title You can configure the time title properties on the Setup  Compression Setup  Overlay  Time Title page. To display the channel title, click Enable, and then click Save.
  • Page 35: Configuring Picture Overlays

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings Configuring Picture Overlays You can configure picture overlays on the Setup  Compression Setup  Overlay  Picture Overlay page. To display a picture overlay, click Enable, click Upload Picture, upload the picture, and then click Save. The file must be in BMP format, less than 16 KB, and no more than 128×128 pixels.
  • Page 36: Configuring Audio Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide To adjust the zoom magnification, drag the slider right or left. Click the + and - signs to make fine adjustments. The Step number determines the magnitude of the adjustment. To adjust the focus manually, drag the slider right or left. Click the + and - signs to make fine adjustments.
  • Page 37 Configuring Video and Audio Settings To enable audio for the stream, select the Enable check box, select the format (G.711A, G.711Mu, G.726, AAC), and then select a sampling frequency (8–64 kHz). In the Properties area, select the audio input type (LineIn, Mic), enable or disable noise filtering, and adjust the microphone and/or speaker volumes by moving the sliders.
  • Page 38: Configuring Network Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 5 Configuring Network Settings This chapter contains the following sections: Configuring TCP/IP, page 26 • Configuring Network Connections, page 28 • Configuring ONVIF, page 29 • Configuring RSTP, page 29 • Configuring PPPoE Settings, page 30 •...
  • Page 39: Ipv4 Address Configuration

    Configuring Network Settings IPv4 Address Configuration By default, the camera uses IPv4 and obtains IP settings automatically via DHCP. In the Hostname field, enter a nickname for the camera that can be mapped to the IP address and used to identify the camera. To manually assign IP address settings, set Mode to Static, and then replace the values in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway fields.
  • Page 40: Configuring Network Connections

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Open the Command Prompt window on your PC (in Windows 7, click Start  All Programs  Accessories  Command Prompt) and type the appropriate commands for your operating system: Reboot the camera. If the setup was successful, the Command Prompt window will display “Reply from"...
  • Page 41: Configuring Onvif

    Configuring Network Settings By default, the maximum number of simultaneous connections the camera will support is set to 10. To change this setting, in the Max Connections field, enter a value between 1 and 20. If you want, you can change the TCP, UDP, HTTP, RTSP, and HTTPS port numbers from their defaults.
  • Page 42: Configuring Pppoe Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Note RTSP Over TLS is effective only for TCP protocol. You can enable or disable RTSP Over TLS on the Setup  Network Setup  Connection  RTSP page. RTSP Over TLS is disabled by default. To enable it, click ON, and then click Save. Configuring PPPoE Settings You can configure Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) settings on the Setup >...
  • Page 43: Filtering Ip/Mac Addresses

    IP address changes the DDNS address always remains the same. To access your camera using a DDNS service: Register an account with a supported DDNS service, such as DynDNS or Honeywell’s free DDNS service (www.hennvr-ddns.com). Select the Server Type check box.
  • Page 44: Adding Ip/Mac Addresses To The List Of Approved Users

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide When the IP filter is enabled, remote access to the camera is restricted to specific IP or MAC addresses. You can add or remove addresses from the list at any time. If a user is accessing the camera over a WAN, enter the MAC address of the user's router instead of an IP address.
  • Page 45: Deleting Ip/Mac Addresses From The List Of Approved Users

    Configuring Network Settings In the Modify IP/MAC window, edit the address as needed, and then click Save. Deleting IP/Mac Addresses from the List of Approved Users To delete a single IP/MAC address: In the Address List, click the Delete icon of the address that you want to delete.
  • Page 46: Configuring Upnp Port Mapping

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Anonymous check box to log in without a user name and password. In the Sender field, enter the sender’s email address. From the Authentication list, select an encryption mode (SSL or TLS) or select None. In the Title field, enter the text that you want to appear in the subject line of the email.
  • Page 47: Configuring Snmp Settings

    Configuring Network Settings Components Wizard. Click Details, then select Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client and UPnP User Interface. Click OK to begin the installation. To enable UPnP in Windows 7: Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. On the left pane, click Change advanced sharing settings.
  • Page 48: Configuring Bonjour

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide If SNMPv3 is selected, for both read-only and read-write, enter a user name, select an authentication method (MD5 or SHA), and create authentication and encryption passwords (must be at least 8 characters long). Click Save to apply the settings.
  • Page 49: Configuring 802.1X Settings

    Configuring Network Settings Configuring 802.1X Settings You can configure 802.1X settings on the Setup  Network Setup  802.1X page. 802.1X is a port-based network access control protocol for preventing unauthorized devices from accessing the LAN. You can set up user name and password credentials for the camera so that it is not blocked by the network switch.
  • Page 50: Working With Certificates

    Importing Certificates You can configure certificate settings on the Setup  Network Setup  Certificate page. To install a Honeywell-signed root certificate: Click Export, navigate to the directory where you want to save the certificate (ca.crt) on your PC, and then click Save.
  • Page 51: Certificate Request

    Configuring Network Settings Certificate Request You can fill in certificate information and the certificate request file can be exported to the certificate issuing authority for signing and then being imported to camera. Navigate to Setup  Network Setup  Certificate Request page. Enter the required information and then click Export.
  • Page 52: Configuring Event Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 6 Configuring Event Settings This chapter contains the following sections: Configuring Alarm Events, page 40 • Configuring System Events, page 42 • Configuring Motion Detection Events, page 44 • Configuring Camera Tampering Events, page 46 •...
  • Page 53 Configuring Event Settings Set the days and times when you want the alarm function to be active, and then click Save. In the Anti-Dither field, enter the anti-dither time in seconds. Enter a value between 0 and 100 seconds. The system will only allow one alarm event within this period. Set Sensor Type to NO (normally open) or NC (normally closed), depending on the alarm input type.
  • Page 54: Configuring System Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring System Events You can configure system event settings (for SD card and network errors and illegal login attempts) on the Setup  Alarm Setup  Event page. Configuring SD Card Event Settings There are three types of SD card events: No SD Card: There is no microSD card installed in the camera.
  • Page 55: Configuring Illegal Access Event Settings

    Configuring Event Settings To enable network event detection: On the Network tab, select the event type that you want to configure from the Event Type list (Network Disconnected or IP Conflict). Select the Enable check box. In the IP Address field, enter the IP address of the headend, and in the Time field, enter the countdown time.
  • Page 56: Configuring Motion Detection Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide In the Failed Login Attempts field, enter the number of unsuccessful login attempts the system will allow before an illegal access event is detected. Enter a value between 3 and To generate an alarm output when an event is detected, select the Alarm Output check box and select the alarm output(s) to be activated.
  • Page 57 Configuring Event Settings By default, the whole video window is configured as a motion detection area. To define a smaller area, drag your mouse over the area(s) that you want to deselect, or click Remove All, and then redraw the area(s) with your mouse. You can define up to 4 motion detection profiles (regions), each with different sensitivity and threshold settings.
  • Page 58: Configuring Camera Tampering Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide generate an alarm output after the event has ended. Enter a value between 10 and 300. To send an email notification when motion is detected, select the Send Email check box. Email settings must be configured in Setup  Network Setup  SMTP (Email). See Configuring Email Settings on page 33.
  • Page 59: Configuring Scene Change Events

    Configuring Event Settings check box. Email settings must be configured in Setup  Network Setup  SMTP (Email). See Configuring Email Settings on page 33. To take a snapshot when a tampering event is detected, select the Snapshot check box. For the snapshot to be attached to the email notification, the Note Attachment check box must be selected in Setup ...
  • Page 60: Configuring Audio Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide To take a snapshot when an alarm event is detected, ensure that the Snapshot check box is selected. For the snapshot to be attached to the email notification, the Note Attachment check box must be selected in Setup  Network Setup ...
  • Page 61: Configuring Smart Plan

    Configuring Event Settings Next to Alarm Period, click Setup. The Alarm Period window opens. Set the days and times when you want the alarm function to be active, and then click Save. In the Anti-Dither field, enter the anti-dither time in seconds. Enter a value between 0 and 100 seconds.
  • Page 62: Configuring Ivs Analysis Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring IVS Analysis Events You can configure IVS analysis event settings on the Setup  Onboard Video Analytics  IVS Analysis page. To enable IVS Analysis: Select the check box of rules to be applied and set the rule type. Click Draw Rule to set up an area for people counting.
  • Page 63: Configuring Face Detection Events

    Configuring Event Settings For the snapshot to be attached to the email notification, the Note Attachment check box must be selected in Setup  Network Setup  SMTP (Email). See Configuring Email Settings on page 33. Click Save to apply the settings. Configuring Face Detection Events You can configure face detection event settings on the Setup ...
  • Page 64: Configuring People Counting Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide To send an email notification when an event is detected, select the Send Email check box. Email settings must be configured in Setup  Network Setup  SMTP (Email). See Configuring Email Settings on page 33.
  • Page 65: Report

    Configuring Event Settings the corner handles. Click Draw Target to set up the target size. You can move or resize the area using your mouse. To move the area, drag one of the sides. To resize the area, drag one of the corner handles.
  • Page 66: Configuring Heat Map Events

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide To run a report, select the report type and set the criteria as needed. Click Search and the report will be displayed. To export the report, click Export. Configuring Heat Map Events You can configure IVS analysis event settings on the Setup ...
  • Page 67: Intelligent Analytics System

    Intelligent Analytics System 7 Intelligent Analytics System You can access the Intelligent Analytics System from the Setup  Intelligent Analytics System page. Click to go to INTELLIGENT ANALYTICS SYSTEM webpage.
  • Page 68: Configuring Recording Settings

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide 8 Configuring Recording Settings This chapter contains the following sections: Configuring Recording Schedules, page 56 • Configuring Storage Settings, page 57 • Configuring Recording Settings, page 59 • Configuring Recording Schedules You can set up both regular and holiday schedules for recording video and saving snapshots on the Setup ...
  • Page 69: Configuring Storage Settings

    Configuring Recording Settings On the selected dates, the video recording/snapshot schedule will follow the holiday settings you configured in the Record Schedule and Snapshot Schedule tabs. Click Save to apply the settings. Configuring Storage Settings You can configure recording storage settings on the Setup  Storage Setup  Destination page.
  • Page 70: Configuring The Local Sd Card For Storage

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Configuring the Local SD Card for Storage If the camera has a microSD card installed, the Local tab displays the microSD card details. You can set up the installed microSD card for read-only, read-and-write, or hot swap operation by clicking the corresponding button.
  • Page 71: Configuring An Nas Disk For Storage

    Configuring Recording Settings Panic Save To save recorded video/snapshots to the camera's microSD card when the network connection to the FTP is offline or unavailable, select the Panic Save (Local) check box, and then click Save to apply the setting. Configuring an NAS Disk for Storage On the NAS tab, you can enable network attached storage and configure storage settings.
  • Page 72 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Overwrite: Recording continues when disk capacity is reached and overwrites • previously saved video. Stop: Recording stops when disk capacity is reached. Nothing is overwritten and no • further video is recorded. Set Record Mode to Auto, Manual, or Off.
  • Page 73: Configuring System Settings

    Configuring System Settings 9 Configuring System Settings This chapter contains the following sections: Configuring General System Settings, page 61 • Configuring Date and Time Settings, page 61 • Configuring Account Settings, page 63 • Resetting the Camera, page 67 • Backing Up/Restoring a Configuration, page 68 •...
  • Page 74: Changing The Date And Time Format

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Changing the Date and Time Format You can change the format of the date and time that appear in the text overlay on the video. To change the date format, select one of the following formats from the Date Format list: Year-Month-Day, Month-Day-Year, or Day-Month-Year.
  • Page 75: Configuring Account Settings

    Configuring System Settings In Update Period field, enter the interval at which you want the camera’s date and time to synchronize with the NTP server. You can enter a value between 0 and 30. Click Save to apply the settings. Configuring Account Settings You can manage user accounts and permissions on the Setup ...
  • Page 76 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide If you want, you can enter a brief description in the Remark field. From the Authority List, select permissions for the group. Table 9-1 Permissions Name Description Live The user can view live video and access all of the controls in the Live interface.
  • Page 77: Managing Users

    Configuring System Settings highlighted yellow), and then click the Modify icon to open the Modify Group window. If you want, you can edit the description in the Remark field. From the Authority List, select or deselect specific permissions for the group (see Table 9-1), or select the All check box to select/deselect all of the permissions.
  • Page 78 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Assign the account a user name and password. In the User Name field, enter a unique user name. In the Password field, enter a password. The password must be at least 8 characters in length and contain a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, at least one number, and at least one special character.
  • Page 79: Resetting The Camera

    Configuring System Settings To change the password, select the Modify Password check box, enter the Old Password and the New Password in the corresponding fields, and then re-enter the new password in the Confirm Password field. To change the group, select a group from the Group list. If you want, you can edit the description in the Remark field.
  • Page 80: Backing Up/Restoring A Configuration

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide To reset the camera, click: Default – Recover configurations to default except network IP address and user • management. Factory Default – Completely recover device parameters to factory default. • A confirmation message appears. Click OK to continue. The camera reboots automatically and reverts to its factory default settings.
  • Page 81: Upgrading The Firmware

    Configuring System Settings To enable the auto reboot function, select the Auto Reboot check box, and then specify the reboot schedule (for example, every Tuesday at 2 a.m.). Click Save to apply the settings. To enable the auto delete function, select the Auto Delete Old Files check box, and then specify the age (in days) of the files to be deleted.
  • Page 82: Managing Logs

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide Managing Logs You can view, back up, and delete log files on the Setup  Information  Log page. Viewing Logs There are seven log types: System, Setting, Data, Event, Record, Account, and Clear Log. To view logs by type: Enter the Start Time and End Time search parameters.
  • Page 83: Backing Up Logs

    Configuring System Settings Backing Up Logs To back up a log: Click Backup. The Save As window opens. By default, the backup file is named LogBackup[YYYY-MM-DD].txt. Rename the file if you want, locate the directory where you want to save the file, and then click Save. Deleting Logs To delete all logs: Click Clear.
  • Page 84 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide...
  • Page 85: 10 Appendix A Technical Specifications

    Appendix A Technical Specifications 10 Appendix A Technical Specifications HBW2GR3V/HBW2GR1V/HBL2GR1V Bullet Camera Table 10-1 HBW2GR3V/HBW2GR1V/HBL2GR1V Specifications OPERATIONAL VIDEO STANDARD NTSC/PAL SCANNING SYSTEM Progressive scan IMAGE SENSOR 1/2.8" 2Megapixel progressive scan CMOS NUMBER OF PIXELS (H × V) 2MP - 1920x1080 MINIMUM ILLUMINATION Color: 0.001Lux @f/1.6, B/W: 0Lux @f/1.6(IR on) S/N RATIO...
  • Page 86 LINKAGE EVENT ONVIF, ISOM OUTPUT Trigger line/Intrusion/Loitering available now (Please download from www.honeywellvideo.com. BASIC UPLOADABLE Free of Charge, but please email to VAlicensing@Honeywell.com to get VIDEO license.) ANALYTICS ADVANCED IntrusionTrace/LoiterTrace for advanced applications coming soon. ( (HBL2GR1V LICENSED Need to purchase separately)
  • Page 87 Appendix A Technical Specifications ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY PoE+(802.3at) Class 4/12VDC/AC24V LONG DISTANCE POE SUPPORT 3X POE (300m @100Mbps) AC FREQUENCY 50/60 Hz HBW2GR3V: Max 17.3W ; HBW2GR1V: Max 20.5W POWER CONSUMPTION HBL2GR1V: Max 17W AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY 2.0W, DC12V (+/-5%) MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS 11.1 ×...
  • Page 88: Hcl2Gv/Hcw2Gv Box Camera

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide HCL2GV/HCW2GV Box Camera Table 10-2 HCL2GV/HCW2GV Specifications OPERATIONAL VIDEO STANDARD NTSC/PAL SCANNING SYSTEM Progressive scan IMAGE SENSOR 1/2.8” 2 Megapixel progressive scan CMOS NUMBER OF PIXELS (H × V) 2MP - 1920x1080 MINIMUM ILLUMINATION Color: 0.001Lux @f/1.6, B/W: 0.001Lux @f/1.6 S/N RATIO...
  • Page 89 Recording on SD card, Relay output, Email, Snapshot LINKAGE EVENT ONVIF, ISOM OUTPUT Trigger line/Intrusion/Loitering available now (Please download from www.honeywellvideo.com. BASIC Free of Charge, but please email to VAlicensing@Honeywell.com to get UPLOADABLE license.) VIDEO ADVANCED ANALYTICS IntrusionTrace/LoiterTrace for advanced applications coming soon. ( (HCL2GV...
  • Page 90 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY PoE(802.3af) Class 0/12VDC/24VAC LONG DISTANCE POE SUPPORT 3X POE (300m @100Mbps) AC FREQUENCY 50/60 Hz HCW2GV: Max 10W POWER CONSUMPTION HCL2GV: Max 9.5W AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY 2.0W, DC12V (+/-5%) MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS 125.0×75.8×69.0 mm (4.92×2.98×2.72 in.)
  • Page 91: H3W2Gr1V/H3W4Gr1V Indoor Dome Camera

    Appendix A Technical Specifications H3W2GR1V/H3W4GR1V Indoor Dome Camera Table 10-3 H3W2GR1V/H3W4GR1V Specifications OPERATIONAL VIDEO STANDARD NTSC/PAL SCANNING SYSTEM Progressive scan H3W2GR1V: 1/2.8" 2Megapixel progressive scan CMOS IMAGE SENSOR H3W4GR1V: 1/3" 4Megapixel progressive scan CMOS NUMBER OF PIXELS 2MP - 1920x1080 (H ×...
  • Page 92 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide IP SPECIFICATIONS VIDEO COMPRESSION H.265+, H.265, H.264 and MJPEG bit rate control (CBR and VBR) H3W2GR1V: 1080p (1920×1080)/ 720p (1280×720) 16:9 H3W4GR1V: 3M (2304×1296)/1080p (1920×1080)/ 720p (1280×720) 1.3M (1280×960)/VGA (640×480) RESOLUTION H3W2GR1V: D1 (704×576/704×480)/ CIF (352×288/352×240) OTHER H3W4GR1V: 4M(2688x1520)/(2560x1440), /D1 (704×576/704×480)/ CIF(352×288/352×240)
  • Page 93 Appendix A Technical Specifications MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS 4.96 × 4.80 in. (126.0 × 122.0 mm) H3W2GR1V: Product weight: 1.14lb (519g) Package Weight: 2.07lb (937g) WEIGHT H3W4GR1V: Product weight: 1.14lb (516g) Package Weight: 2.04lb (924g) CONSTRUCTION Plastic CONSTRUCTION COLOR RAL 9003 (White) ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE –22°F to 140°F (–30°C to 60°C)
  • Page 94: H4W2Gr1V/H4L2Gr1V/H4W4Gr1V Outdoor Dome Camera

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide H4W2GR1V/H4L2GR1V/H4W4GR1V Outdoor Dome Camera Table 10-4 H4W2GR1V/H4L2GR1V/H4W4GR1V Specifications OPERATIONAL VIDEO STANDARD NTSC/PAL SCANNING SYSTEM Progressive scan H4W2GR1V, H4L2GR1V: 1/2.8" 2 Megapixel progressive scan CMOS IMAGE SENSOR H4W4GR1V: 1/3" 4 Megapixel progressive scan CMOS H4W2GR1V, H4L2GR1V:2MP - 1920x1080 NUMBER OF PIXELS (H×V) H4W4GR1V: 4MP - 2560x1440/2688x1520...
  • Page 95 EVENT LINKAGE Recording on SD card, Relay output, Email, Snapshot ONVIF, ISOM EVENT OUTPUT Trigger line/Intrusion/Loitering available now (Please download from www.honeywellvideo.com. BASIC UPLOADABLE Free of Charge, but please email to VAlicensing@Honeywell.com VIDEO to get license.) ADVANCED ANALYTICS IntrusionTrace/LoiterTrace for advanced applications coming soon. LICENSED...
  • Page 96: H2W2Gr1 Micro Dome Camera

    2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY PoE+(802.3at) Class 4/12VDC/24VAC LONG DISTANCE POE 3X POE (300m @100Mbps) SUPPORT AC FREQUENCY 50/60 Hz H4W2GR1V: Max 22W H4L2GR1V: Max 20.5W POWER CONSUMPTION H4W4GR1V: Max 15W AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY 2.0W, DC12V (+/-5%) MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS...
  • Page 97 Appendix A Technical Specifications IP SPECIFICATIONS H.265+, H.265, H.264 and MJPEG VIDEO COMPRESSION Bit rate control (CBR and VBR) 16:9 1080p (1920×1080)/ 720p (1280×720) RESOLUTION 1.3M (1280×960)/VGA (640×480) OTHER D1 (704×576/704×480)/ CIF (352×288/352×240) MAIN 1080P(1~50/60fps WDR off) STREAM SUB STREAM D1(1~50/60fps WDR off) FRAME RATE THIRD...
  • Page 98 2MP/4MP Low Light WDR IP Camera User Guide...
  • Page 100 Document 800-24234 Rev A –06/2018 © 2018 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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