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  • Page 1 Honeywell Video website. Go to find your camera and view/download the latest documentation. Refer to the Honeywell Open Technology Alliance to learn more about our open and integrated solutions (go to: Document 800-22757 – Rev A – 02/2017...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 02/2017 New document for 1080p IR PTZ IP cameras, based on 800-21358-A.
  • Page 3 Cautions and Warnings WARNING Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians to conform to all local codes and to maintain your warranty. WARNING To ensure compliance with electrical safety standards this product is intended for use with a Listed Power Adapter marked with “Limited Power Source”, “LPS”, on the unit, output rated 12 V DC, minimum 0.7 A, Tma=60°C or from Power over Ethernet (PoE) provided by Listed Information Technology Equipment meeting the IEEE 802.3af PoE...
  • Page 4 Correct Disposal of this Product (applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems). This product should be disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable local laws, regulations, and procedures.
  • 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 This logo indicates that the product conforms to the relevant guidelines/standards for the European Union harmonization legislation. The caution symbol. This symbol indicates important information. The protective earth (ground) symbol. This symbol indicates that the marked terminal is intended for connection to the protective earth/grounding conductor.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents | 7 Contents Contents ........... . About This Document .
  • Page 8 HDZP252DI PTZ Dome Cameras ........105
  • Page 9: About This Document

    About This Document This document provides instructions for accessing, configuring, and operating the Performance Series 1080p IP PTZ. It is intended for system installers, administrators, and operators. Overview of Contents This document contains the following chapters and appendixes: • Chapter 1, Introduction, provides an overview of the main features of the Performance Series 1080p IP PTZ.
  • Page 10: Typographical Conventions

    Buttons you click to perform actions Click Exit to close the program. Italic Placeholders: words that vary depending on the Enter your user name. situation Cross-reference to external source Refer to the System Administrator Guide. Cross-reference within document Chapter 2, Installation.
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Key Features, page 12 Overview Honeywell’s Performance Series 1080p IR PTZ IP cameras integrate traditional camera and network video technology, combining video data collection and transmission. These flexible, fully featured PTZ cameras are the ideal choice for a wide range of indoor surveillance applications.
  • Page 12: Key Features

    • Device management via Internet or client PC User Management • Each user belongs to specific group • Different user rights for each group • User rights cannot exceed group rights System Management • Log function • System resource information and running real-time status display
  • Page 13: Getting Started With The Configtool

    Before you can start using your camera, you must install the ConfigTool IP utility on your PC. Insert the software CD that came with your camera into your PC’s disk drive. Open the Honeywell Config Tool folder, and then double-click Honeywell ConfigTool.exe. Click Next on the ConfigTool welcome screen.
  • Page 14: Discovering Your Device On The Network

    1234), and click OK. Figure 2-1 Log In to a Device Click the Net tab on the Config screen (see Figure 2-2). Enter the new IP settings in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway fields, and click Save.
  • Page 15: Upgrading The Device's Firmware

    Getting Started with the ConfigTool | 15 Figure 2-2 Network Settings Upgrading the Device’s Firmware Before using the camera, make sure that the latest firmware is installed. You can upgrade a single device or multiple devices at the same time. To upgrade a single device: Select the device to upgrade from the list of devices in ConfigTool.
  • Page 16 Click Batch Mode in ConfigTool. Figure 2-4 Select Batch Mode Click to select all of the devices that you want to upgrade from the list of devices, and then 2-5). Hold Ctrl while selecting to select multiple devices. click Start (see Figure
  • Page 17 Getting Started with the ConfigTool | 17 Figure 2-5 Batch Mode Screen Click Open on the Batch Upgrade screen (see Figure 2-6). Navigate to the directory that contains the firmware file, and click OK. Figure 2-6 Batch Upgrade Dialog Box The devices will reboot when the upgrade is complete.
  • Page 18: Opening A Web Client

    Camera Settings for more information). To open the web client from ConfigTool, select the device to open a web client for, and then click the Microsoft Internet Explorer icon in the Operate column. The web client opens in your browser.
  • Page 19: Logging In And Viewing Live Video

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video This chapter contains the following sections: • Logging In to the Camera via the Web Client, page 19 • Using the Live View Interface, page 21 Logging In to the Camera via the Web Client Using the web client, you can monitor live video, play back recorded video, and configure camera settings.
  • Page 20: Installing The Browser Plug-In

    Please click here to download and install the plug-in. Figure 3-2 First-time Login Message Click Please click here to download and install the plug-in. A File Download-Security Warning popup message appears (Figure 3-3) that asks if you would like to run or save the file.
  • Page 21: Using The Live View Interface

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video | 21 Figure 3-3 File Download Security Warning Message for the Plug-in Click Run. An Internet Explorer - Security Warning appears. Figure 3-4 Internet Explorer - Security Warning Click Run to start the installation. A Ready to Install window appears. Click Install.
  • Page 22: Video Encoder Controls

    If the network bandwidth is not sufficient, you can use the sub Sub Stream 2 stream with lower resolution to support a network monitor. You can select the stream media protocol from the drop-down Protocol list. There are three options: TCP, UDP, or Multicast.
  • Page 23: System Menus

    Logging In and Viewing Live Video | 23 System Menus Figure 3-7 System Menu When you log in to the camera using the web client, the Live View interface opens by default. To access the Playback, Setup, and Alarm interfaces, or to log out, select the corresponding tab in the system menu.
  • Page 24: Live View Window Configuration

    From the Live View window PTZ controls panel, you can move the PTZ camera in any direction, zoom in on an object, recall a preset position or tour for the camera to move to, and set the PTZ to auto scan the scene. These controls are described in more detail in Table 3-4.
  • Page 25 Logging In and Viewing Live Video | 25 Figure 3-10 Live View PTZ Controls Panel PTZ Controls Joystick Controls with Scan with Preset function function Table 3-4 Live View PTZ Controls PTZ Directional Click to the directional arrows to move the video image in the Controls direction of the arrow.
  • Page 26 Click Stop to stop the panning movement. PTZ Functions: Go To To use the Go To function, enter Horizontal Angle, Vertical Angle, and Zoom values in the fields provided and click Go To. The camera will move to the position and zoom values specified.
  • Page 27: Playing Back Video

    Playing Back Video This chapter contains the following sections: • Introduction, page 27 • Playing Back Recorded Video, page 28 • Using the Playback Assistant, page 31 • Creating a Video Clip, page 32 • Viewing Snapshots, page 32 Introduction This chapter describes how to play back recorded video and saved snapshots on 1080p PTZ IP cameras using the web client, how to take snapshots while playing back recorded video using the Playback Assistant, and how to create custom video clips.
  • Page 28: Playing Back Recorded Video

    Creating a Video Clip on page Record type (see Searching for a File by Recording Type on page Timeline configuration (see Timeline Configuration on page Playback Assistant (see Using the Playback Assistant on page Playing Back Recorded Video Playback Controls Figure 4-2 Playback Controls
  • Page 29: Playing A Recorded File From The Calendar

    Playing Back Video | 29 Table 4-1 Playback Controls Control Description Click to play video. While in Play mode, this button changes to the Pause button. Click to stop video playback. Click to go to the next frame. Note Video playback must be paused before you can use this function.
  • Page 30 Click the download button to download the dav file to the local computer. Click to return to the calendar interface. Note You can download a file to your local computer from the playback interface. Note Select dav for the recording type. MP4 is not currently supported.
  • Page 31: Searching For A File By Recording Type

    Playing Back Video | 31 Searching for a File by Recording Type By selecting a recording file type, you can filter by a particular recording type so that the timeline and file list display only those types of recorded files. You can also select the record type to display in the Playback window.
  • Page 32: Creating A Video Clip

    Select jpg in the File Type box. Select SD Card in the Data Src box. Select the month and year that you want to search. Dates with snapshots are shown in blue. Click the date (in blue) that you want to view snapshots for.
  • Page 33 Playing Back Video | 33 Figure 4-9 Snapshot Playback Control Interface Playback file bar Play function bar Snapshot type bar In the Snapshot Type area, you can refine your search results by selecting specific snapshot types to search for (General, Motion, or Alarm). Click the file list button below the calendar to display a list of snapshots for the selected date.
  • Page 34 34 | Performance Series IR 1080p IP PTZ Camera User Guide To view a snapshot, double-click the file name (start time). To download a snapshot to your local PC, click the download button next to the file name. To configure the saving path/location, see Path on page
  • Page 35: Configuring Camera Settings

    Configuring Camera Settings This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring Camera Settings, page 35 • Configuring Network Settings, page 52 • Configuring Storage Settings, page 64 • Configuring System Settings, page 68 • Viewing System Information, page 75 Configuring Camera Settings Conditions On the Conditions tab, you can view the camera settings.
  • Page 36 Adjusts video chroma color value. Choosing a value changes the color chroma/hue. This value has no effect on the general brightness of the video. Chroma CNT Select from 0 to 100. The recommended range is between 40 and 60. The default value is 50.
  • Page 37 Configuring Camera Settings | 37 Table 5-1 Camera Picture Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Adjusts video sharpness. Choosing a higher value increases the sharpness of the video. Select from 0 to 100. The recommended range is between 40 and Sharpness 60. The default value is 50. Note Choosing a higher value can introduce video noise to the image.
  • Page 38 This value ranges from 0 to 100. The default is 50 when 2D NR is on. 3D Noise 3D noise reduction is enabled by default. Reduction 3D NR Grade This value ranges from 0 to 100. The default is 50 when 3D NR is on.
  • Page 39 Configuring Camera Settings | 39 Table 5-2 Camera Exposure Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Full-screen Click the button on the bottom left of the video window to begin a Test full-screen test. Double-click to return to the normal screen. Default Click to return the camera to the default setup. Click to cancel the current operation and restore the previously saved Refresh operation.
  • Page 40 Double-click to return to the normal screen. Default Click to return the camera to the default setup. Click to cancel the current operation and restore the previously saved Refresh operation. Save Click to save the currently configured customized settings.
  • Page 41 Configuring Camera Settings | 41 White Balance Settings Figure 5-4 Camera Setup - White Balance Window Table 5-4 Camera White Balance Configurations Parameter Function Profile Select from Normal, Day, Night. Sets the White Balance mode, which affects the general hue of the video. This function is on by default.
  • Page 42 Auto: The camera switches from Color to Black & White according to the scene conditions, such as if the scene is generally bright, or if IR illumination is required. Black & White: The camera outputs black and white video.
  • Page 43 Configuring Camera Settings | 43 Table 5-5 Camera Day & Night Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Select the Type of Day & Night switching from Electrical and ICR (IR cut Type filter removal). Electrical is a software day/night switching option and ICR is true day/night IR cut filter day/night switching.
  • Page 44 Double-click to return to the normal screen. Default Click to return the camera to the default setup. Click to cancel the current operation and restore the previously saved Refresh operation. Save Click to save the currently configured customized settings.
  • Page 45 Configuring Camera Settings | 45 IR Light Settings Figure 5-7 Camera Setup - IR Light Window Table 5-7 Camera IR Light Configurations Parameter Function Profile Select from Normal, Day, Night. Set the intensity of the IR light with the Mode drop-down menu: ZoomPrio (default): IR Light is on and automatically adjusts according to the brightness of the actual scene and the zoom setting.
  • Page 46 Double-click to return to the normal screen. Default Click to return the camera to the default setup. Click to cancel the current operation and restore the previously saved Refresh operation. Save Click to save the currently configured customized settings.
  • Page 47: Profile Management

    Configuring Camera Settings | 47 Profile Management Figure 5-9 Profile Management Tab Profile management has three modes: Normal, Full Time, and Schedule. • Select Normal to configure the video as normal. • Select Full Time, and you must select either Day or Night for the video. •...
  • Page 48 H.265: Advanced profile encoding mode. MJPEG: High quality profile encoding mode with no compression. You can select from multiple resolutions in the drop-down list. The Resolution recommended bit stream value is different for each resolution. Frame Rate PAL: 1~25 fps; NTSC: 1~30 fps.
  • Page 49: Snapshot

    Configuring Camera Settings | 49 Table 5-9 Video Bit Stream Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Select either VBR (variable bit rate) or CBR (constant bit rate). Bit Rate Type Note You can select the video quality in VBR mode. The value ranges from 1 to 6.
  • Page 50: Video Overlay

    Align drop-down menu. Font Select the font Size of any overlaid text here. Enable this function to overlay a picture in the video window. Click Picture Overlay Upload Picture to choose an image to be overlaid on the video.
  • Page 51: Roi

    Live Recorded video in the live interface), Playback Snashots, Playback Dowloads, and Video Clips. The default path for snapshots is C:\Honeywell Video Systems\LiveSnapshot. The default path for recorded video is C:\Honeywell Video Systems\LiveRecord. Click Browse to select a new storage path, if required.
  • Page 52: Configuring Network Settings

    Default Gateway are assigned automatically and the fields are grayed out. Note IP Address, Subnet mask, Default Gateway, and DHCP are read-only when PPPoE is enabled. MAC Address Displays the MAC address. IP Version Select the IP version you are using: IPv4 or IPv6.
  • Page 53: P2P

    Configuring Camera Settings | 53 Table 5-13 TCI/IP Configuration (cont’d) Parameter Function If Static mode is selected, type values for the IP Address, Subnet IP Address mask, and Default Gateway. Preferred DNS Enter the preferred DNS server IP address. Server Alternate DNS Enter an alternate DNS server IP address.
  • Page 54: Connection

    The default setting is 37777. You can modify this setting as necessary. UDP Port The default setting is 37778. You can modify this setting as necessary. HTTP Port The default setting is 80. You can modify this setting as necessary.
  • Page 55 Configuring Camera Settings | 55 Table 5-14 Connection Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function The default setting is 554. The RTSP stream query format is: Main stream: rtsp://username:password@ip:port/cam/realmonitor?ch annel=1&subtype=0 Sub stream: rtsp://username:password@ip:port/cam/realmonitor?ch annel=1&subtype=1 RTSP Port You are required to manually enter the following four items: Username, Password, IP, and Port.
  • Page 56: Pppoe

    Manually Configuring the DDNS Figure 5-20 DDNS Configuration Interface To set the DDNS, go to the corresponding service website to apply a domain name, and then access the system through that domain. This works even if your IP address has changed.
  • Page 57: Ip Filter

    DDNS server here. This field is not available if Honeywell DDNS is selected as the Server Type. Using Honeywell DDNS to Configure DDNS Set the DDNS to connect to the Honeywell DDNS server so that you can access the system through the servers. Table 5-16...
  • Page 58 MAC address must be in the same network subnet as the IP camera. CAUTION If you setup the IP Filter/Trusted sites options and forget the IP/MAC address that is allowed to access the camera, you will have to return the camera to the factory to repair the problem.
  • Page 59: Smtp (Email)

    Configuring Camera Settings | 59 SMTP (Email) Figure 5-22 SMTP Configuration Interface Table 5-17 SMTP (Email) Configurations Parameter Function SMTP Server Enter the server address. Port The default Port setting is 25. You can modify this setting as necessary. Supports the anonymity function for the server when enabled. You can Anonymity automatically login anonymously.
  • Page 60: Upnp

    UPnP lets you establish the mapping relationship between the LAN and the public network. In the UPnP configuration interface, you can add, modify, or remove a UPnP item. Figure 5-23 UPnP Configuration Interface Enabling UPnP in Windows When UPnP is enabled in Windows, the camera can be detected automatically through My Network Places.
  • Page 61: Bonjour

    Configuring Camera Settings | 61 Note UPnP is enabled by default on Windows 7 systems. This procedure applies to Windows XP.   Go to Start Control Panel Add or remove programs. Click Add or remove programs, and then select Network Services from the Windows Components Wizard.
  • Page 62: Ieee802.1X

    LAN. IEEE802.1X supports the client’s ability to manually choose how authentication works for accessing the LAN or not. IEEE802.1X supports the ability to: • authenticate • calculate the fee • ensure security • maintain requirements
  • Page 63: Qos

    Configuring Camera Settings | 63 Figure 5-26 802.1X Configuration Interface Table 5-19 802.1X Configurations Parameter Function Enable Check to enable the IEEE802.1X function. Authentication PEAP (protected EAP protocol) Enter a username to log in. This username is authenticated by the Username server.
  • Page 64: Configuring Storage Settings

    Yellow: Motion detection recording/snapshot • Red: Alarm recording/snapshot Setting Holidays You can set specific days as holidays, for which the recording schedule can have a different setup. When enabled, the selected/configured dates will record according to the Holiday schedule setup.
  • Page 65: Destination

    Configuring Camera Settings | 65 Figure 5-29 Holiday Schedule Destination Path On the Path tab, you can assign where recorded video files or snapshots will be saved. Depending on your camera model, you can save recorded video or snapshots to a Micro SD card, an FTP server, and/or an NAS disk.
  • Page 66 Check this box to enable the FTP option. Server Address Set the IP address of the FTP server. Port The default setting is 21. You can modify this setting as necessary. User Name Enter the server user name. Password Enter the server password.
  • Page 67: Record Control

    Configuring Camera Settings | 67 Table 5-22 FTP Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Set storage directory where recorded video and snapshots will be Remote Directory stored. Enable Emergency (Local) to save to the local Micro SD card when the Emergency (Local) network connection to FTP is unavailable.
  • Page 68: Configuring System Settings

    Select to record from the Main Stream or the Sub Stream. Configuring System Settings General System Setup The general system interface includes the local host setup (including the camera name and GUI language), and the date/time setup. General Figure 5-35 General System Configuration Interface
  • Page 69 Configuring Camera Settings | 69 Table 5-25 General System Configurations Parameter Function Device Name Enter the camera’s name. Language Select a language from the drop-down list. Video Standard Select the video standard: NTSC or PAL. TVOut Select the TV output as either OFF (default) or TV. Max Log Quantity Enter the maximum number of logs that will be stored by the camera.
  • Page 70: Account Setup

    A user can be included in only one group at a time. User Name In the Username Configuration interface, you can enable anonymous login, add/remove users, and modify a username. Figure 5-37 Username Configuration Interface
  • Page 71 Configuring Camera Settings | 71 Enable Anonymous Login: Click to enable. When enabled and you enter an IP, no username or password is required. You can log in anonymously (with limited rights). Click Logout to end your anonymous session. Add User: Add a user to a group and configure that user’s rights (see Figure 5-38).
  • Page 72 Passwords can contain up to 32 characters, using only numbers and letters. Only users with account rights can modify other users’ passwords. Group In the Group configuration interface, you can add, remove and modify groups. Figure 5-40 Group Configuration Interface
  • Page 73: Restoring Default Settings

    Configuring Camera Settings | 73 Adding a Group: Add a group and configure that group’s rights. Enter the group name, and then check the box to select the corresponding rights for the group (such as Live, Record Control, and Account). Figure 5-41 Add Group Interface Modifying a Group: Click Modify Group (...
  • Page 74: Import/Export

    Click to import local setup files to the system. Export Click to export the current system setup to your local PC. Automatic Maintenance You can perform either Auto Reboot, Auto Delete Old Files, or Manual Reboot from this configuration screen. Figure 5-45 Auto Maintain Configuration Interface
  • Page 75: Upgrade

    Configuring Camera Settings | 75 Upgrade Figure 5-46 Upgrade Interface Click Browse and select the upgrade file, and then click Upgrade to begin the firmware update. CAUTION Selecting the incorrect upgrade file might cause a camera malfunction. Viewing System Information Version In the Version interface, you can view the system hardware features, the software version, and the release date.
  • Page 76: Online User

    Click Clear to delete all the displayed log files. Clear Note The system does not support clearing by type. Online User You can view the current online user, group name, IP address, and login time on this page (see Figure 5-49).
  • Page 77: Life Statistics

    Configuring Camera Settings | 77 Figure 5-49 Online User Interface Life Statistics You can view the PTZ camera statistics, such as the number of horizontal and vertical rotations performed, the amount of working time, time that IR LEDs have been working, and time spent in high/low temperature ranges (see Figure 5-50).
  • Page 78 78 | Performance Series IR 1080p IP PTZ Camera User Guide
  • Page 79: Ptz Functions

    PTZ Functions This chapter contains the following sections: • Programming PTZ Preset Positions, page 79 • Programming PTZ Tours, page 81 • Configuring PTZ Scans, page 82 • Configuring PTZ Patterns, page 83 • Configuring Pan Settings, page 85 • Configuring the PTZ Movement Speed, page 85 •...
  • Page 80 Go to a Preset Point    Navigate to Setup Function Preset (see Figure 6-1). Select the preset that you want the camera to move to from the Preset list. The camera will move to point at that preset position.
  • Page 81: Programming Ptz Tours

    PTZ Functions | 81 Note You can also go to a preset on the Live View page of the PTZ web client interface. PTZ Functions: Preset on page 26 for more information. Programming PTZ Tours You can program up to eight tours that can consist of between 2 and 32 preset points in each tour.
  • Page 82: Configuring Ptz Scans

    Figure 6-3). In the Scan No. drop-down list, select the number of the scan that you want to program (from 1 to 5). Select the speed of the scan from the Speed bar, from 1 (slow) to 8 (fast).
  • Page 83: Configuring Ptz Patterns

    PTZ Functions | 83 Figure 6-3 Scan Configuration Interface Click Set. The Set Left Limit and Set Right Limit buttons will appear. Under the video screen, use the PTZ controls to move the image to the desired left or right limit position.
  • Page 84 In the Pattern No. drop-down list, select the scan that you want to run and click Start. Note You can also run a pattern on the Live View page of the PTZ web client interface. PTZ Functions: Pattern on page 26 for more information.
  • Page 85: Configuring Pan Settings

    PTZ Functions | 85 Stopping a Running Pattern Use the PTZ controls to move the camera in any direction, or click the Stop button located next to the Start button to stop the pattern. Configuring Pan Settings You can set the PTZ to continuously pan around on its horizontal axis at a set speed. Running a Pan ...
  • Page 86: Configuring Ptz Idle Motion Actions

    Idle Motion actions can be configured for the PTZ to perform a programmed action when a set number of idle time has passed between PTZ movements or functions. Figure 6-7 Idle Motion Configuration Interface    Navigate to Setup Function Idle Motion (see Figure 6-7).
  • Page 87: Configuring Power Up Actions

    PTZ Functions | 87 Check the Enable check box to enable the Idle Motion function. In the Idle Time field, enter the amount of time to pass before the Idle Motion action will occur, from 1 to 60 minutes. Select the Idle Motion action to perform after the set time has passed, from Preset, Tour, Scan and Pattern.
  • Page 88: Configuring Time Task Actions

    Enter an AutoHome value in the field from 1 to 3600 seconds. After the Time Task period has ended, the PTZ camera will move back to its original position after the AutoHome time has passed. Click Period setting to open the Period Setup window. Click Save to save your settings.
  • Page 89: Restarting The Ptz Camera

    PTZ Functions | 89 Deleting Time Tasks    Navigate to Setup Function Time Task (see Figure 6-9). Click Clear All to delete all of the programmed time tasks. Copying Time Task Settings to Another Time Task   ...
  • Page 90 90 | Performance Series IR 1080p IP PTZ Camera User Guide Figure 6-11 Default Interface    Navigate to Setup Function Default (see Figure 6-11). Click Default to apply the default settings to the PTZ camera.
  • Page 91: Configuring Events And Alarms

    Configuring Events and Alarms This chapter contains the following sections: • Configuring for Motion Detection on page 91 • Configuring Video Tampering on page 95 • Configuring Audio Detection on page 96 • Configuring a Smart Plan on page 97 •...
  • Page 92 Preset, Tour, or Pattern to perform from the second drop-down list. Check to enable the system to save motion detection snapshot files (still Snapshot images) while the motion detection event is activated. See Path on page for information about configuring where snapshots are saved.
  • Page 93 Configuring Events and Alarms | 93 Configuring the Working Period Configure the arm/disarm schedule. Click Setup to open the Working Period page. See Recording Schedule and Snapshot Schedule on page 64 for more information. You can configure up to six periods per day. Draw a circle in the table to enable the corresponding time period.
  • Page 94 You can configure a different threshold for each of the four regions. The sensitivity ranges from 0 to 100. We recommend that you choose a sensitivity between 10 to 50. Delete All Delete all motion detection areas. Delete Delete the selected motion detection region.
  • Page 95: Configuring Video Tampering

    Configuring Events and Alarms | 95 Configuring Video Tampering Figure 7-4 Tampering Configuration Interface Table 7-3 Tampering Configurations Parameter Function Enable Check to enable the Video Tamper function. The video masking feature is activated during the specified period. See Configuring the Working Period on page You can configure up to six periods per day.
  • Page 96: Configuring Audio Detection

    The best way to configure audio detection is to experiment with the Audio Detection sensitivity and threshold settings while someone is generating sound Graph in front of the camera. Use this graph to compare the audio that is generated to the Threshold line displayed in the graph.
  • Page 97: Configuring A Smart Plan

    Configuring Events and Alarms | 97 Table 7-4 Audio Detection Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function The audio detection is activated during the specified period. See Configuring the Working Period on page Click Setup. You can configure up to six periods per day. Draw a circle in the table to enable the corresponding time period.
  • Page 98: Configuring Face Detection

    You can select All to apply the working period to the whole week. Click Save to save the changes. The system goes back to the Face Detection interface. Click Save to exit.
  • Page 99: Configuring For Abnormalities

    Configuring Events and Alarms | 99 Table 7-5 Face Detection Configurations (cont’d) Parameter Function Enable Face Check Enable Face Enhancement to ensure the face is clearly Enhancement displayed by priority, even when the stream resolution is low. Record When Record is enabled, face detection will trigger a recording. The system will wait for the specified time before it ends recording.
  • Page 100 Configuring for Illegal Access If someone attempts multiple times to login using an incorrect password, and Illegal Access is enabled, an alarm will occur. You can specify how many attempts can be made before the Illegal Access alarm occurs.
  • Page 101: Configuring Alarms

    Configuring Events and Alarms | 101 Figure 7-10 Illegal Access Configuration Interface Select the Enable check box so that an alarm is triggered when someone tries to illegally access the camera. Enter the number of times a user can attempt to log in before Illegal Access is triggered. Select from 3 to 10 login attempts.
  • Page 102 When an alarm occurs, the system automatically Play Alarm Tone generates an audible sound. You can select a tone Alarm Tone from your PC for the alarm tone prompt. Tone Path Click Browse to select the alarm sound file.
  • Page 103: Appendix A Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Refer to the following guidelines to troubleshoot any performance issues. If you require additional assistance, contact Honeywell Technical Support (see back cover for contact information). Cannot play downloaded file. • Use the player located on the CD that came with your camera.
  • Page 104 • The operating temperature range for the supplied power adapter is approximately 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C). Replace with an industrial-level power adapter if operating the camera in temperatures below 32°F (0°C). • Use of a UPS power supply is strongly recommended.
  • Page 105: Appendix B Camera Specifications

    Camera Specifications HDZP252DI PTZ Dome Cameras Table B-1 HDZP252DI Specifications Camera Image Sensor 1/2.8″ 2 megapixel progressive scan CMOS Number of Pixels (H×V) 1920×1080 (1080p) Min. Illumination 0.05 lux @ F1.4 (Color)/0 lux (B/W with IR LEDs on) Lens 4.7–94 mm @ F1.4–F2.6 Focus Mode Manual/Auto/Semiauto Optical Zoom...
  • Page 106 6.7 × 11.6 in. (169 × 295 mm) Weight 4.4 lb (2.0 kg) Regulatory FCC: Part 15B Class A HEN041**(X) H.264 4-Channel 1080p Embedded Network Video Recorder System Compatibility HEN081**(X) H.264 8-Channel 1080p Embedded Network Video Recorder HEN161**(X) H.264 16-Channel 1080p Embedded Network Video Recorder
  • Page 108: Document 800-22757 – Rev A

    Document 800-22757 – Rev A – 02/2017 © 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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