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D-link DCS-1000 Supplementary Manual

Using the dcs-1000/dcs-1000w ip camera as a security system.
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Using the DCS-1000/DCS-1000W IP Camera
as a Security System
sensor power requirement must be obeyed for proper operation. We have listed Passive and
Active components that will interface with the DCS family of Cameras. Passive components must
not exceed 5V 100mA. Active components must be self-powered by an external power source.
For the demonstration below a D-Link DCS -1000 was purchased from
security equipment was purchased from www.smarthome.com, and some cable accessories from
a local hardware store.
Materials
DCS-1000
2 Ethernet Cables & Ethernet Switch/Internet Router
An Ethernet based PC to configure system
Internet Name Server and E-Mail Server to send capture information
10FT. 24Gauge
1 light current power distribution block for 12V power
30W Weatherproof Siren
High Sensitivity DPDT relay (allows 5V camera to turn on 12V siren)
Mini-Magnetic Contact Switch (commonly used for doors or windows)
PIR Motion Detector
You will need some simple tools like wire cutters/strippers and the appropriate screwdriver for
mounting and distribution block setup.
Everything less the camera cost about $97 US Dollars including shipping.
D-Link's IP Camera System is one of the most cost
effect security solutions today. Both the DCS-1000
Wired model and DCS-1000W Wired/Wireless model
have input/output controls for interfacing with security
systems.
On the back of the Camera you will find an 8-position
connector. This connector has 2 input triggers for
security sensors and 2 output triggers for security
alarms.
Security sensors for input are available as Passive (low-
current/low voltage) sensors or Active (powered)
sensors.
Because of power limitations of the DCS cameras and
its compatibility with Power over Ethernet standards the
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  • Page 1

    Active components that will interface with the DCS family of Cameras. Passive components must not exceed 5V 100mA. Active components must be self-powered by an external power source. For the demonstration below a D-Link DCS -1000 was purchased from security equipment was purchased from www.smarthome.com, and some cable accessories from a local hardware store.

  • Page 2

    Basic Hardware Set-up Diagram The diagram below shows the hardware configuration for 1 Active Sensor (PIR Motion Sensor), 1 Passive Sensor (Magnetic Switch), and 1 output (For Relay) for a siren. Passive Component Notes!!! Only simple magnetic or contact switches can be used for Passive components. This limitation is by the camera only supplying 5V and less then 100mA current to those circuits.

  • Page 3: Camera Configuration

    Camera Configuration Follow the instructions for setting up the camera either wired/wireless. If this is a home and the camera is behind an Internet router additional set-up notes for you router can be found on www.dlink.com. Once logged into the camera on the main menu click/select trigger and the following screen will appear.

  • Page 4

    Additional Component Listing for use with DCS-1000/DCS-1000W All components listed below can be found and www.smarthome.com Passive Components Glass Break Sensor PN: 5150w – Sentrol Inc. Any contact switch or pressure switch not exceeding 100mW current draw Examples @ http://www.smarthome.com/seccontacts.html Active Components Coral Plus Temperature Compensated PIR Detector –...

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