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equIP® Series Cameras
ULTRA HD IP CAMERA
H4L6GR2/ HBL6GR2 /HM4L8GR1/HMBL8GR1
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  • Page 1 Series Cameras ULTRA HD IP CAMERA H4L6GR2/ HBL6GR2 /HM4L8GR1/HMBL8GR1 USER GUIDE...
  • Page 3 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 07/2017 New document.
  • Page 4 CAUTION This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Note: Only for H4L6GR2, HM4L8GR1 and HMBL8GR1. Regulatory Statements FCC Compliance Statement Information to the User: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 5 Manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity North America The equipment supplied with this guide conforms to UL 60950-1 and CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07. 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 2014/30/EU, conforming to the requirements of standards EN 55032 for emissions, EN 50130-4 for...
  • Page 6 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 7 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 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents About This Document ..................................1 Overview of Contents ....................................1 Related Documents ..................................... 2 Accessing the Camera ................................3 Installing the IPC Tool Utility ................................... 3 Discovering Your Camera on the Network ............................3 Assigning a New IP Address to Your Camera ..........................4 Upgrading the Camera’s Firmware ..............................
  • Page 9 Configuring UPnP Port Mapping ............................... 36 Configuring SNMP Settings ................................. 37 Configuring Bonjour ....................................37 Configuring Multicast Settings................................38 Configuring 802.1X Settings ................................38 Configuring QoS Settings ..................................39 Working with Certificates ..................................39 Configuring Event Settings .............................. 41 Configuring Alarm Events ..................................41 Configuring System Events ..................................
  • Page 11: About This Document

    About This Document About This Document This manual is intended for system installers, administrators, and users of Honeywell’s equIP® Series 4K Ultra HD network cameras and contains instructions for accessing, configuring, and operating the cameras. Overview of Contents This manual contains the following chapters and appendixes: •...
  • Page 12: Related Documents

    Series Outdoor Dome Multi-Imager HM4L8GR1 Quick Installation Guide 800-23103 equIP Series Outdoor Bullet HBL6GR2 Quick Installation Guide 800-23104 equIP Series Outdoor Dome H4L6GR2 Quick Installation Guide You can find these and other documents on the product webpages: • http://www.honeywellvideo.com/products/video-systems/video- HMBL8GR1 redefined/equIP-family/1324366.html...
  • Page 13: Accessing The Camera

    Accessing the Camera 1. Accessing the Camera This chapter contains the following sections: • Installing the IPC Tool Utility, page 3 • Discovering Your Camera on the Network, page 3 • Assigning a New IP Address to Your Camera, page 4 •...
  • Page 14: Assigning A New Ip Address To Your Camera

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Assigning a New IP Address to Your Camera The current IP address of your camera appears in the IP column of the devices list. If you want, you can assign a new static IP address to the camera. To change the IP address of a single camera: Select the camera that you want to configure from the devices list.
  • Page 15: Accessing The Camera From A Web Browser

    Accessing the Camera Accessing the Camera from a Web Browser To access the camera from a web browser: Select the camera that you want to access from the devices list. The camera must be online On the Device Information tab, click Web Page. The web client opens in your default browser.
  • Page 16: Logging In And Viewing Live Video

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 2. Logging In and Viewing Live Video This chapter contains the following sections: • Logging In to the Web Client, page 6 • Overview of the Live Interface, page 7 • Configuring the Live Interface, page 8 •...
  • Page 17: Overview Of The Live Interface

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video For security purposes, we strongly recommend that you create a new secure password. 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 Figure 2-1 shows the layout of the web client’s Live interface.
  • Page 18: Configuring The Live Interface

    Rules Info Tracks movement in the video window when intelligent video surveillance (IVS) is enabled. Zoom and Focus Note: Only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2 Opens the Zoom and Focus panel. Move the sliders to adjust the zoom and focus settings. Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments.
  • Page 19: Working In The Live Interface

    Click to enable or disable the audio input stream. Easy Focus Note: Only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2. Displays the current video definition (AF Peak) and target video definition (AF Max). For auto focus to work, the AF Peak and AF Max values must be close together.
  • Page 20: Setting Up Live Video Streaming

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 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. Setting the Stream Type To set the stream type, in the Stream Type list, select Main Stream, Sub Stream 1, or Sub Stream 2.
  • 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 11 • Playing Back Recorded Video, page 13 • Downloading Recorded Video, page 14 • Viewing Snapshots, page 15 Overview of the Playback Interface Figure 3-1 shows the layout of the web client’s Playback interface.
  • Page 22: Playback Controls

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Playback Controls The playback controls are located in the lower left corner of the screen, immediately below the video window. For instructions on how to play back video, see Playing Back Recorded Video on page 13. Figure 3-2 Playback Toolbar Table 3-1...
  • Page 23: Timeline

    Playing Back Recorded Video Timeline The timeline is located below the playback and video clip controls. Figure 3-4 Timeline Area Table 3-3 Timeline Controls General Displays video saved during normally scheduled recording in the timeline. Motion Displays video saved during a motion detection event in the timeline.
  • Page 24: Downloading Recorded Video

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Play the file using one of the following methods: • In the file list, double-click the file that you want to play. • In the timeline, click a colored bar at the time that you want to start playing from to zoom in on the timeline), and then click the Play button.
  • Page 25: Viewing Snapshots

    Playing Back Recorded Video Viewing Snapshots You can take snapshots of video during playback by clicking the Snapshot button . The snapshot is saved to the location specified in Setup > Compression Setup > Path > Playback Snapshot. To view a snapshot that you have saved manually during live monitoring, go the directory specified in Setup >...
  • Page 26: Configuring Video And Audio Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 4. Configuring Video and Audio Settings This chapters contains the following sections: • Configuring Video Settings, page 16 • Configuring Audio Settings, page 26 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 You can also change the image orientation (Note: Only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2.): • To reverse the image, set Mirror to ON. • To rotate the image 90 degrees, 180 degrees, or 270 degrees, set AOV to 90° (Flip Mode 1), 180°...
  • Page 28 Set Mode to Manual, Zoom Priority, Smart IR, or OFF. Manual:IR near and far distance brightness are set by the user. Zoom Priority:IR settings are adjusted automatically based on the zoom setting. Note: only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2. Smart IR:IR settings are adjusted automatically to prevent overexposure or underexposure.
  • Page 29: Managing Profiles

    Manual The defog function is fine-tuned by the user using the Grade slider. Click Save to apply the settings. Note: only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2. Managing Profiles After you have configured the camera properties for each profile (Normal, Day, Night), you can set the profile(s) that you want the system to use on the Setup >...
  • Page 30 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide For each record type (General, Motion, Alarm), you can configure the encoding format, resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and I-frame interval settings. You can also apply a custom watermark to the main stream. Format In the Format box, select H.264B, H.264, H.264H, MJPEG, or H.265.
  • Page 31: Configuring Snapshot Settings

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings Resolution In the Resolution box, select a resolution from the list. The available options differ between the main stream and sub streams. Frame Rate In the Frame Rate (FPS) box, select a frame rate within the available range (1–30 fps for NTSC cameras;...
  • Page 32: Configuring Privacy Masks

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 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. It is not configurable. (See Resolution on page 21).
  • Page 33: Configuring The Channel Title

    Configuring Video and Audio Settings To resize a mask, drag one of the corner handles. To draw a new mask, drag your mouse anywhere in the preview window. Click Save to apply the settings. Configuring the Channel Title You can configure the channel title properties on the Setup >...
  • Page 34: Configuring Customized Text Overlays

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring Customized Text Overlays You can configure customized text overlays on the Setup > Compression Setup > Overlay > Text Overlay page. To display the text overly, click Enable, enter the desired text in the Input Text field, and then click Save.
  • Page 35: Configuring Zoom And Focus Settings

    To adjust the focus manually, drag the slider right or left. Click the + and - signs to make fine adjustments. The Step number determines the magnitude of the adjustment. To set the focus automatically, click Auto Focus. To restore the default zoom and focus settings, click Restore All. Note: only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2.
  • Page 36: Configuring Audio Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring Audio Settings You can configure audio settings for Main Stream, Sub Stream 1, and Sub Stream 2 profiles on the Setup > Audio Setup > Audio page. 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).
  • Page 37: Configuring Network Settings

    Configuring Network Settings 5. Configuring Network Settings This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring TCP/IP, page 28 • Configuring Network Connections, page 30 • Configuring ONVIF, page 31 • Configuring PPPoE Settings, page 31 • Configuring DDNS Settings, page 32 •...
  • Page 38: Configuring Tcp/Ip

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring TCP/IP You can configure TCP/IP settings, including IPv4/IPv6 and ARP/Ping settings, on the Setup > Network Setup > TCP/IP page. 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.
  • Page 39: Ipv6 Address Configuration

    Configuring Network Settings IPv6 Address Configuration To enable IPv6, set IP Version to IPv6. Verify that the IP address and default gateway (router) address are in the same network segment. Click Save to apply the settings. ARP/Ping You can assign an IP address to the camera using the ARP/Ping service. To enable ARP/Ping to set the IP address: Obtain an unused IP address in the same LAN as your PC.
  • Page 40: Configuring Network Connections

    Ultra HD 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 Configuring ONVIF ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) is a global standard for the interoperability of IP-based physical security products. You can enable or disable ONVIF authentication on the Setup > Network Setup > Connection > ONVIF page. ONVIF login authentication is enabled by default.
  • Page 42: Configuring Ddns Settings

    DDNS server. Note If you selected Honeywell DDNS as your DDNS service, the domain name is set to the camera’s MAC address by default and no user name or password are required. Set Mode to Auto or Manual. If you configure the domain name manually, click Test to verify that the domain name is registered.
  • Page 43: Filtering Ip/Mac Addresses

    Configuring Network Settings Filtering IP/MAC Addresses You can configure IP filter settings on the Setup > Network Setup > IP Filter page. When the IP filter is enabled, remote access to the camera is restricted to specific IP or MAC addresses.
  • Page 44: Editing Ip/Mac Addresses

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Editing IP/Mac Addresses To edit an IP/MAC address: In Address List, click the Modify icon of the address that you want to edit. 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...
  • Page 45: Configuring Email Settings

    Configuring Network Settings Configuring Email Settings You can configure email notification settings on the Setup > Network Setup > SMTP page. To set up email notifications: In the SMTP Server and Port fields, enter the SMTP server and port information. In the User Name and Password fields, enter the sender’s email user name and password.
  • Page 46: Configuring Upnp Port Mapping

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring UPnP Port Mapping You can configure Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) settings on the Setup > Network Setup > UPnP page. The UPnP protocol is used to detect network devices with clients running Windows. To enable UPnP, select the Enable check box.
  • Page 47: Configuring Snmp Settings

    Configuring Network Settings Configuring SNMP Settings You can configure Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) settings on the Setup > Network Setup > SNMP page. SNMP is a protocol for collecting, organizing, and exchanging management information between managed devices on a network. To enable SNMPv1 and/or SNMPv2: Next to SNMP Version, select the SNMP version(s) that you want to use.
  • Page 48: Configuring Multicast Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring Multicast Settings You can configure multicast settings on the Setup > Network Setup > Multicast page. Multicast is a transmission mode for data packets that minimizes bandwidth use and CPU load when multiple computers are receiving the same data packet simultaneously. You can configure multicast for Main Stream, Sub Stream 1, and Sub Stream 2 profiles.
  • Page 49: Configuring Qos Settings

    Working with 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 50 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide To import a certificate or private key: • Next to CA or Key, click Browse, navigate to the location of the certificate or key on your PC, and then click Import.
  • Page 51: Configuring Event Settings

    Configuring Event Settings 6. Configuring Event Settings This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring Alarm Events, page 41 • Configuring System Events, page 43 • Configuring Motion Detection Events, page 45 • Configuring Camera Tampering Events, page 47 • Configuring Scene Change Events, page 48 •...
  • Page 52 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 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 53: Configuring System Events

    Configuring Event Settings 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: •...
  • Page 54: Configuring Illegal Access Event Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide You can configure settings for each type of event. 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.
  • Page 55: Configuring Motion Detection Events

    Configuring Event Settings To enable illegal access detection: On the Illegal Access tab, select the Enable check box. 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 10.
  • Page 56 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Next to Area, click Setup. The Area window opens. 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.
  • Page 57: Configuring Camera Tampering Events

    Configuring Event Settings In the Alarm Delay field, enter the number of seconds that the system will continue to generate an alarm output after the event has ended. Enter a value between 10 and 300. 10. To send an email notification when motion is detected, select the Send Email check box.
  • Page 58: Configuring Scene Change Events

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide To send an email notification when a tampering 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 35.
  • Page 59: Configuring Audio Events

    Configuring Event Settings To send an email notification when an alarm 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 35. To take a snapshot when an alarm event is detected, ensure that the Snapshot check box is selected.
  • Page 60: Accessing Extensional Smart Function

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Drag the Sensitivity and Threshold sliders to the desired values. Click the – and + signs to make fine adjustments. Sensitivity controls changes to the audio input volume. Threshold controls the amount of change allowed in the audio environment before an audio detection event is triggered.
  • Page 61 Configuring Event Settings Select the target function, click Save and then click Open correspondingly. Note Only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2...
  • Page 62: Configuring Face Detection Events

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring Face Detection Events You can configure face detection event settings on the Setup > Video Analytics > Face Detection page. To enable face detection: Select the Enable check box. Click Draw Target to set up the face detection area. You can move or resize the area using your mouse.
  • Page 63: Configuring People Counting Events

    Configuring Event Settings 12. Click Save to apply the settings. Configuring People Counting Events Note Only for H4L6GR2 and HBL6GR2. People Counting You can track the movement of people entering or leaving an area using the people counter function Select the Enable check box to enable the people counting function.
  • Page 64: Report

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide is generated (10–300 seconds). 12. Select the check box to send an email notification when an alarm is generated. Email settings must be configured in Setup > Network Setup > SMTP (Email). 13. Select the check box to save a snapshot when an alarm is generated. The snapshot is saved to the location(s) specified in Setup >...
  • Page 65: Configuring Recording Settings

    Configuring Recording Settings 7. Configuring Recording Settings This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring Recording Schedules, page 55 • Configuring Storage Settings, page 56 • 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 66: Configuring Storage Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide On the Record Schedule tab, click the Setup buttons to configure weekend, weekday, and holiday settings, for general video recording as well as motion detection and alarm recording. You can configure up to 6 different recording periods per day. Click Save to apply the settings.
  • Page 67: Configuring Storage Paths

    Configuring Recording Settings Configuring Storage Paths On the Path tab, you can specify where you want recorded video and snapshots—whether scheduled or triggered by a motion detection or alarm event—to be saved: to a local SD card, to an FTP server, or to an NAS disk. Select which recorded events you want to save and where you want to save them, then click Save to apply the settings.
  • Page 68: Configuring An Ftp Server For Storage

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Configuring an FTP Server for Storage On the FTP tab, you can enable FTP storage and configure storage settings. To enable FTP storage: Select the Enable check box. In the Server Address and Port fields, enter the address and port number of the FTP server.
  • Page 69 Configuring Recording Settings Configuring Recording Settings You can configure recording settings on the Setup > Storage Setup > Record Control page. By default, recorded video files are 8 minutes or 30 minutes long (depending on your camera model). To change this setting, enter a time between 1 and 120 minutes in the Record Length field.
  • Page 70: Configuring System Settings

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide 8. Configuring System Settings This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring General System Settings, page 60 • Configuring Date and Time Settings, page 61 • Configuring Account Settings, page 63 • Resetting the Camera, page 68 •...
  • Page 71 Configuring System Settings The status LED is enabled by default. To disable it, set Status LED Control to OFF, and then click Save. Configuring Date and Time Settings You can configure the date and time settings on the Setup > System Setup > Date & Time page.
  • Page 72: Configure Multi Sensor

    Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Select the Enable DST check box. Set DST Type to Week. Set Start Time to Mar 2nd Sunday 02:00:00 AM. Set End Time to Nov 1st Sunday 02:00:00 AM. Select the Synchronize with NTP check box. If you want, you can change the NTP Server from the default (time-a.nist.gov).
  • Page 73 Configuring System Settings Configuring Account Settings You can manage user accounts and permissions on the Setup > System Setup > Account page. Managing Groups By default, there are two categories or “groups” of users: admin and user. If needed, you can create additional customized groups.
  • Page 74 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Creating a Group You can create a new custom group and assign permissions to it. To create a group: On the Group tab, click Add Group to open the Add Group window. Enter a name for the group in the Group field. If you want, you can enter a brief description in the Remark field.
  • Page 75 Configuring System Settings Modifying a Group You can modify the permissions of the administrator group, user group, and any custom groups that you have created. To modify a group: On the Group tab, select the group that you want to modify (your selection will be highlighted yellow), and then click the Modify icon to open the Modify Group window.
  • Page 76 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Managing Users You can create, modify, or delete a user account. Creating a User Account You can create a new user account and assign permissions to it. To create a user account: On the User Name tab, click Add User to open the Add User window. Assign the account a user name and password.
  • Page 77 Configuring System Settings Modifying a User Account You can modify the user name, password, and permissions of a user account. To modify a user account: On the User Name tab, select the user account that you want to modify (your selection will be highlighted yellow), and then click the Modify icon to open the Modify User window.
  • Page 78 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Resetting the Camera You can reset the camera to its factory default settings on the Setup > System Setup > Default page. Note Some configuration information, including the IP address, will be lost when the camera reverts to its factory default settings.
  • Page 79 Configuring System Settings Configuring Maintenance Settings Two automatic maintenance functions are available on the Setup > System Setup > Auto Maintain page. You can set up the camera to reboot daily or weekly and delete old files automatically. 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.).
  • Page 80 Ultra HD 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 81 Configuring System Settings To view detailed information about a specific log, click the log. The information is displayed in the System Log Information box. 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.
  • Page 82 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Viewing Online Users You can see which users are currently online on the Setup > Information > Online User page. The users are listed by user name, IP address, and login time. To refresh the list, click Refresh.
  • Page 83: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications 9. Technical Specifications H4L6GR2 Mini Dome Camera Table A-1 H4L6GR2 Specifications Camera Video Standard NTSC/PAL Image Sensor 1/1.8ʺ 6 MP progressive scan CMOS Number of Pixels (H×V) 3072 x 2048 Minimum Illumination Color : 0.004Lux @F/1.53, B/W : 0Lux @F/1.53(IR on) Lens 4.1~16.4 mm, MFZ, F1.53 (Max)
  • Page 84 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Compatibility ONVIF Profile S/G/Q Max. Users 10 (Unicast)/20 (Multicast) Supported Web Browsers Internet Explorer (11.0+), Firefox, Chrome Supported OS Windows 7, 32-bit/64-bit Multiple user access levels with enhanced password policy ,IP filtering, IEEE 802.1x, Strong Digest authentication for Access permission, Force to HTTPS with secure protocol TLS1.2 only and highly strength Security...
  • Page 85 Technical Specifications HBL6GR2 Bullet Camera Table A-2 HBL6GR2 Specifications Camera Video Standard NTSC/PAL 1/1.8ʺ 6 MP progressive scan CMOS Image Sensor Number of Pixels (H×V) 3072 x 2048 Minimum Illumination Color : 0.004Lux @F/1.53, B/W : 0Lux @F/1.53(IR on) Lens 4.1~16.4 mm, MFZ, F1.53 (Max) Horizontal Angle of View 86°–35°...
  • Page 86 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Supported Web Browsers Internet Explorer (11.0+), Firefox, Chrome Supported OS Windows 7, 32-bit/64-bit Multiple user access levels with enhanced password policy ,IP filtering, IEEE 802.1x, Strong Digest authentication for Access permission, Force to HTTPS Security with secure protocol TLS1.2 only and highly strength encrypted algorithm AES-256, SSH/Telnet closed &...
  • Page 87 Technical Specifications HM4L8GR1 Multi-Imager Dome Camera Table A-3 HM4L8GR1 Specifications Camera Video Standard NTSC/PAL Image Sensor 1/1.9ʺ 2 MP progressive scan CMOS x4 Number of Pixels (H×V) 4096 x 1800 Minimum Illumination 0.006Lux/F2.2( Color), 0Lux/F2.2(B/W, IR on) Lens 5 mm/M12 (x4) Horizontal Angle of View 180°...
  • Page 88 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide Multiple user access levels with enhanced password policy ,IP filtering, IEEE 802.1x, Strong Digest authentication for Access permission, Force to HTTPS with secure protocol TLS1.2 only Security and highly strength encrypted algorithm AES-256, SSH/Telnet closed &...
  • Page 89 Technical Specifications HMBL8GR1 Multi-Imager Bullet Camera Table A-4 HMBL8GR1 Specifications Camera Video Standard NTSC/PAL Image Sensor 1/2.8ʺ 2 MP progressive scan CMOS x4 Number of Pixels (H×V) 4096 x 1800 Minimum Illumination 0.008Lux/F2.1( Color), 0Lux/F2.1(B/W, IR on) Lens 3 mm/M12(x4) Horizontal Angle of View 180°...
  • Page 90 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Languages Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish General Input Voltage PoE+ (802.3at) Class 4, 24 VAC (±25%) Power Consumption 25 W max. (with IR LEDs on) Dimensions 11.7 ×...
  • Page 91 Index Index Numerics 3DNR (3D digital noise reduction), camera profile, 16, 802.1X, camera specifications, 73–80 camera version information,69 CBR (constant bit rate), certificates, account settings, 63–67 configuration settings adaptive screen mode, backing up, AF Max restoring, AF Peak contrast, 8, alarm output button, creating alarm recording,...
  • Page 92 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide events IPC Tool alarm, 41–42 assigning new IP address using, audio 49–50 discovering cameras using, camera tampering, 47–48 installing, upgrading firmware using, capacity warning, IVS (intelligent video surveillance), 8, 45–53 illegal access, IP conflict, motion detection, 45–47 network disconnection,...
  • Page 93 Index picture settings sub stream 2, 10, at camera end, symbols used in document, at client end, system event settings, 43–45 playback controls, 12, playback interface, playing back video, talk button, PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet), tampering detection settings, 47–48 privacy masks, TCP, 10, profile management,...
  • Page 94 Ultra HD IP Camera User Guide web client logging in, video standard, logging out, viewing logs, white balance settings, warranty, zoom and focus panel, watermark, zooming in/out, 8, 9, WDR (wide dynamic range),17...
  • Page 95 Document 800-23496 – Rev A – 07/2017 © 2017 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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