VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P Features of This Camera Specifications Name and Function of Each Component Connections Lens Installation Lens Adjustment Viewing Firmware Version Introduction1/17...
The camera supports network operation. By simply connecting a LAN cable to it, you can construct the most advanced network monitoring system. From the Web browser (Internet Explorer) installed on your PC, you can operate the camera via the network in an easy-to-use manner. In addition, it is a PoE product that can be powered through a LAN cable, so you can install it in locations where there is no power outlet nearby.
Image pickup device 1/3" CMOS sensor Effective pixels 16:9 1920 (H) × 1080 (V), 4:3 2288 (H) × 1712 (V) Lowest image 50IRE: 1.0 lx (at F1.2, color mode, high gain) illumination 50IRE: 0.06 lx (at F1.2, black-and-white mode, high gain) Video S/N ratio 50dB (when AGC is “OFF”) Lens mount...
This indicator lights up when the camera is powered on. The indicator blinks while the firmware is being updated. Use these terminals to connect a 24 VAC or 12 VDC power supply. The power indicator lights up when the camera is powered on.
Connecting an external switch, infrared sensor, or other device to these terminals enables the camera to detect alarm conditions such as the entry of an intruder. Day/Night switching Normally, switching the camera between the color and black-and-white video modes is automatically accomplished by the Day/Night function.
Operation Restarting camera Restoring factory default settings Restoring factory default back focus position Resetting login password Adjusting focus Adjusting iris Viewing Firmware Version This bracket may be attached to either the top or bottom face of the camera depending on the installation environment.
Perform the following connections according to the installation environment and application of your camera. Basic Connections Alarm Input/Output Terminal Connections Before attempting the following connections, be sure to turn off all components of your system. Improper connection may cause smoke or failures. Before attempting to connect each system component, carefully read the instruction manual that comes with it to familiarize yourself with the correct connection procedure.
Use a LAN cable no longer than 100 m (109.4 yards) with the shield type CAT5 or higher. The supported Web browser is Internet Explorer Ver.6.0 SP2 or higher, or Internet Explorer Ver.7.0. About the internet connection Port forwarding for the video port must be enabled on the broadband router. For details on how to set port forwarding, please refer to your router's Instruction manual.
To perform focus adjustment with the camera, connect the supplied cable to the MONITOR OUT socket of the camera, and connect a monitor to the camera using a video cable. After adjustment, be sure to remove the monitor cable. To connect a cable, while pushing the protrusion of the terminal, insert the cable into the opening and then release Introduction 10/17...
Connect a buzzer, lamp, or other alarm device to one of the alarm output terminals (ALARM OUT1 or 2). After connecting an alarm device, configure the output conditions for the corresponding alarm output terminal (ALARM OUT1 or 2) via network operation on the ALARM SETTINGS screen. Alarm output terminal configuration is also possible via remote operation.
Connect the lens cable plug to the auto iris lens socket provided on the left-side face of the camera. It is recommended that you use a CS-mount DC auto iris megapixel lens (optional). Keep the lens clean at all times. The conversion ring (optional) is required to use a C-mount lens.
After installing the lens to the camera, you need to perform the following adjustments for the lens. Focus Adjustment (FOCUS ASSIST) Flange Back Adjustment Iris Adjustment (IRIS) Using network operation, you can use the focus assist function to adjust the focus. You may also configure the back focus position switching mode to automatically adjust the back focus position when switching between the color and black-and-white video modes.
PEAK HOLD: Shows the value of the maximum focus level. INDICATOR: Shows the value of the current focus level. Fine-adjusting focus (using buttons provided on side face) Use the zoom lever of the lens to adjust the angle of view and the focus lever of the lens to roughly focus on the subject.
If video is out of focus in either color or black-and-white mode, perform the following steps to adjust the focus. Confirm that [COLOR/B/W] is set to “AUTO” under [FOCUS ASSIST] on the CAMERA SETTINGS screen. Adjust the focus in color and black-and-white mode, respectively. If you are using an optical zoom lens and zooming operation causes the camera to lose focus, adjust the flange back distance as follows.
Press the SET button for 2 seconds or more. The focus adjustment screen will close. The focus adjustment screen will also close automatically if left idle for 5 minutes or more. If the camera produces too dark, too bright, or other incorrect video images, adjust the lens iris. Press the SET button for 2 seconds or more.
On the FIRMWARE VERSION screen, you can check the firmware version, IP address, and other information on the camera. The firmware version can also be checked via network operation on the OPTION SETTINGS screen. Press the SET button for 2 seconds or more. The monitor now shows the SELECT MENU screen.
VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P From Connection to Network Operation Live Video Monitoring Alarm Detection and Output Software Information Configuration menu quick reference tables Quick Operation Guide1/10...
Follow the steps below to set up and connect the camera to your PC. You can use alarm video recording, bidirectional audio communications, and other standard features of the camera, in addition to normal live video monitoring. Install the lens to the camera. Connect the power cable to the power terminals.
Access the camera from your PC's Web browser. Live video appears on the live screen. Now, you can perform all network operations from your PC. Quick Operation Guide 3/10...
If you are operating the camera for the first time, check the factory default video/image conditions on the CODEC/STREAMING SETTINGS screen. Change the default settings as necessary. For details, refer to the “CODEC/STREAMING SETTINGS” section. 16:9 (Default) → 4:3 You can switch between JPEG image and H.264 video using the buttons on the live screen control panel. The screenshot above shows the factory default settings for each video/image condition.
If you are operating the camera for the first time, check the factory default alarm detection conditions on the ALARM SETTINGS screen. Change the default settings as desired. For details, refer to the “ALARM SETTINGS” section. You can configure the camera to detect alarm conditions via the “alarm input terminals” or “built-in motion sensor”. For how to configure the camera to detect alarm conditions via the alarm input terminals, refer to the “Alarm Input/Output Terminal Connections”...
Detecting motion in specific areas In [MOTION], after selecting a motion sensor type, click detailed configuration screen. You can configure the camera to “automatically output alarm signals” or “remotely (manually) output alarm signals”. You can configure the camera to automatically output an alarm signal when either of its alarm input terminals receives an alarm signal.
Setting Item ALARM OUT1/ 2 (Alarm output terminal number) POLARITY (Signal polarity) ALARM OUT TIME (Alarm output time) Default Setting OFF (Disables alarm REMOTE (Enables remote alarm output.) output.) 5SEC (Ex.: Beeps a warning 10SEC to 5MIN, CC (Stops alarm output when for 5 sec.) Remote Alarm button is clicked.) Optional Setting...
VA-SW3050Lite (Application for monitoring live video from more than one camera) This monitoring application is designed for use with SANYO network cameras. You can access up to 128 cameras simultaneously. The application lets you monitor video images from connected cameras in either the single screen or the 4- screen, 9- screen, or 16-split screen mode.
If you are a surveillance system administrator, use these buttons to configure necessary settings according to the installation environment and application of your camera. Configuration Related to Network Connection Operation Changing the camera's IP address. Using SANYO's DDNS service. Using SSL communication. Streaming H.264 video in multicast Clock and Camera Title Configuration Operation...
Optional Configuration Operation Updating the camera's firmware to the latest version. Restoring the factory default settings Backing up or uploading settings Viewing the access log, system log, and operation log Configuration Screen (Menu) OPTION SETTINGS (FIRMWARE UPDATE) OPTION SETTINGS (FACTORY DEFAULT) OPTION SETTINGS (MENU BACKUP/MENU UPLOAD) OPTION SETTINGS (LOG)
VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P Preparing Your Computer for Network Operation Setting Up IP Addresses Automatically (Auto IP Setup) Checking the operating environment Configue the network information on your PC Operation Privileges and Login Users Before You Begin Network Operation1/13...
Follow the steps below to prepare your computer for network operation. For detailed procedure, refer to the linked information. Assign a unique IP address to each camera. If you have newly installed two or more cameras on your network, you can accomplish this by using the supplied “Auto IP Setup”...
If you are installing two or more new cameras on the same local network, you need to change the factory default IP address of each camera to prevent IP address overlap. The supplied “Auto IP Setup” software frees you from this burden by automatically assigning a unique IP address to each camera on your network.
Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your PC. The opening menu appears. Click [Auto IP Setup]. The utility window opens so that you can search cameras. If you encounter a firewall confirmation dialog box, disable the firewall so that your PC can communicate with the camera.
Select the desired camera and click The camera information dialog box opens. Make changes to the camera data and click This transmits your changes to the camera. You can see the problem of IP address overlap has been resolved in the [Status] row of the list, which has been changed from “CAUTION”...
To operate the camera via network operation, you must meet the following operating requirements. IBM PC/AT compatible Operating system: Windows XP Professional/Windows Vista CPU: Core2Duo E6700 2.66 GHz or higher Memory: Windows XP: 1GB or more Windows Vista: 2GB or more Network interface: 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (RJ-45 connector) Display card: 1920×1200 pixels or higher...
In [Control Panel], click [Network and Internet Connections]. The [Network and Internet Connections] dialog box opens. Click [Network Connections]. The [Network Connections] dialog box opens. Under [LAN or High-Speed Internet], the icon representing your LAN interface (Ethernet adapter) configuration appears. Right-click on the LAN interface (Ethernet adapter) configuration icon and click [Properties] in the context menu.
In the [This connection uses the following items:] list box, select the [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] check box. Confirm that the [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] check box is selected. If deselected, select the check box. Click [Properties]. The [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties] dialog box opens, with the [General] tab shown. Before You Begin Network Operation 8/13...
Select the [Use the following IP address:] radio button and specify the IP address, the subnet mask, and the default gateway. Check the configured settings and click You are now done with the TCP/IP configuration. Close all the dialog boxes that are open. In [Control Panel], click [Network and Sharing Center].
Click [Manage network connections]. The [Network Connections] dialog box opens. Double-click [Local Area Connection]. The [Local Area Connection Status] dialog box opens. Click [Properties] and, in the confirmation dialog box, click [Continue]. The [Local Area Connection Properties] dialog box opens. Select the [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)] check box.
Click [Properties]. The [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties] dialog box opens, with the [General] tab shown. Select the [Use the following IP address:] radio button and specify the IP address and the subnet mask. Check the configured settings and click You are now done with the TCP/IP configuration.
The operation privileges of users who perform network operation are divided into 3 levels (admin, operator, and guest). Each user who attempts to access the camera will be authenticated by the user name and password at login and granted an appropriate operation privilege. Operation Monitor live video.
If two or more users with the same operation privilege, for example, two admin users, log into the system, the user who log in last will take precedence. If you need to limit the PCs allowed (or disallowed) to access the camera for security reasons, you can register the IP addresses of those PCs on the SECURITY SETTINGS screen.
VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P Access the camera from your Web browser Live Screen Components Control panel Tool panel Working with Live Screen1/10...
Start Internet Explorer. The supported Web browser is Internet Explorer Ver.6.0 SP2 or higher, or Internet Explorer Ver.7.0. In the address bar, type the IP address of the camera and press [Enter] key. When you access the camera, the login screen appears. If this is the first access to the camera, in the Address bar, enter the default IP address as follows.
<Available languages> English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese You can display the language selection screen by using the control panel. If this is the first access to the camera, configure the system clock on the CLOCK SETTINGS screen. You can access only one camera at a time from your Web browser. To access two or more cameras from your PC simultaneously, use the following software.
When you access and log into the camera successfully, the live screen appears. For details, refer to the linked information. Video display area ( Control Panel ( Tool Panel ( Current date and time Shows the current date and time based on the clock settings configured on the CLOCK SETTINGS screen. You may change the date-time format (month/day/year, year/month/day, or day/month/year), clock type, character size, and display position on the CLOCK SETTINGS screen.
Click the desired button depending on the purpose of your operation. Then, the corresponding screen and panels will appear. For details, refer to the linked information. MENU : Click this to display the configuration menu. LANGUAGE : Click this to display the language selection screen. DISPLAY : Click this to display the display control panel.
Menu Selection Buttons Button Configuration Screen (Menu) NETWORK NETWORK SETTINGS CLOCK CLOCK SETTINGS USER USER SETTINGS CODEC/STREAMING CODEC/STREAMING SETTINGS CAMERA CAMERA SETTINGS ALARM ALARM SETTINGS E-MAIL E-MAIL SETTINGS FTP SETTINGS SECURITY SECURITY SETTINGS OPTION OPTION SETTINGS Other Buttons Operation Buttons HELP Provides an explanation of each function.
Click DISPLAY on the control panel to bring up the display control panel. : Panel is minimized. Clicking the button opens the panel. : Clicking the button closes the panel. SIZE The available options vary depending on your selection in [ASPECT RATIO] and your image/video compression format (JPEG/H.264).
Shows the camera title you configured in [TITLE] on the CLOCK SETTINGS screen. The default camera title is “Network Camera”. The color of the camera title changes depending on the alarm state as follows: Gray: Normal state Red: Alarm condition is being detected. When the camera title is shown in red, no other alarm signal will be received.
Click the Capture button on the tool panel. The captured still image appears in a separate window. This button is not available when you are monitoring H.264 video. When a captured still image is shown, the live screen continues to display moving images in the video display area.
Starting alarm signal output Click one of the remote alarm buttons (shown in gray). The button turns orange and an alarm signal is output from the corresponding terminal. If the camera is connected to a buzzer or other external device, you will hear an alarm sound from that device. : Click this to send an alarm signal from the ALARM OUT1 terminal.
VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P NETWORK SETTINGS CLOCK SETTINGS USER SETTINGS CODEC/STREAMING SETTINGS CAMERA SETTINGS ALARM SETTINGS E-MAIL SETTINGS FTP SETTINGS SECURITY SETTINGS OPTION SETTINGS Working with Administrator Configuration Screens1/50...
NETWORK Click in the configuration menu to display the NETWORK SETTINGS screen. On this screen, configure the following settings as required. Configuring basic network settings (NETWORK) Configuring DDNS setting (DDNS) Configuring HTTP settings Configuring RTSP/RTP settings Configuring access name settings (ACCESS NAME) Multicast settings (MULTICAST) Required operation privilege: admin Before attempting to configure these network settings, contact your network administrator.
After completing the above steps, click the Close button to once disconnect and then reconnect to the camera to apply the changes. Using SANYO's DDNS service, you can connect to the camera from your Internet Explorer by simply entering the registered domain name, instead of the IP address of the camera.
This information is required to register your domain name. Click REGISTER to access the SANYO DDNS service site and register your domain name. Follow the steps below to register your domain name. On the LOG IN screen, enter the user name and password you wrote down and click The Domain Name registration/change screen appears.
Return to the NETWORK SETTINGS screen ([DDNS]) and, in [DOMAIN NAME], type the domain name you just registered before “.user.ddns-sanyosecurity.com”. Then, click The [DDNS SERVER NAME] field is automatically filled (“members.ddns-sanyosecurity.com”), so you do not need to type it. The [INTERVAL TIME] setting (access interval to the server) is fixed to “10” (10 minutes). In the [LOG] field, the DDNS update history log (one entry) is shown.
The RTSP port number must be 554 or otherwise a number in the range of 1 to 65535. The RTP port (video and audio) numbers must be even numbers in the range of 1026 to 65534 (except for numbers between 3874 and 5000, between 9874 and 10000, between 38087 and 38214, and between 49026 and 49152).
CLOCK Click in the configuration menu to display the CLOCK SETTINGS screen. Before you start network operation, you need to configure the clock settings on this screen. Configuring camera title Configuring clock date/time and display style Configuring time zone and daylight saving mode Configuring automatic clock adjustment Required operation privilege: admin, operator Configure the camera title that will be displayed on the live screen and in e-mails, image files, and so on.
In [DATE/TIME FORMAT], select the date/time display format and click M/D/Y, Y/M/D, D/M/Y In [TIME ZONE], select the region where the camera is used. In [DAYLIGHT SAVING MODE], select whether or not to use the daylight saving mode. Although an appropriate setting is automatically selected according to the [TIME ZONE] setting, you can change it manually.
In [CLOCK ADJUST], select “ON (NTP)”. Configure the required settings shown below and click To automatically adjust the clock time every day, in [TIME TO SYNCHRONIZE], select the 24-hour time to which you want to adjust the clock (for example, “10:30”). To adjust the clock to the current time, click In [NTP SERVER ADDRESS], type the IP address or domain name of the NTP server from which you want to retrieve the date and time information.
The clock time will not be adjusted if the difference between the set time and the current time exceeds the range of -29 to +30 minutes. If you set [CLOCK ADJUST] to “ALARM IN1”, the ALARM IN1 terminal will serve dedicatedly as a time adjustment terminal, so you can see only the item [POLARITY] in [ALARM IN1] on the ALARM SETTINGS screen.
USER Click in the configuration menu to display the USER SETTINGS screen. On this screen, configure the user authentication check at login. Required operation privilege: admin, operator Disabling the authentication check at login allows all users to log into the camera without authentication. In [ANONYMOUS USER LOG IN], select “ON”...
CODEC/STREAMING Click in the configuration menu to display the CODEC/STREAMING SETTINGS screen. Configure the conditions of the video/image transmission. Configuring Aspect Ratio Configuring JPEG images Configuring H.264 video Required operation privilege: admin, operator If [SSL] is set to “ON” on the NETWORK SETTINGS screen, you cannot configure H.264 video. In [ASPECT RATIO], select the aspect ratio (width-to-height ratio) of the video/image by clicking the corresponding radio button and click 16:9 (Landscape), 4:3 (Portrait)
Depending on the configured resolution, the available options for image quality and frame rate may be limited. Configure the resolution (RESOLUTION). The available options vary depending on your selection in [ASPECT RATIO]. 16:9: 1920×1080, 1280×720, 640×360, 320×180 4:3: 1600×1200, 1280×960, 1024×768, 640×480, 320×240 In [PRIORITY], select whether you put priority on the video/image quality or the bit rate.
CAMERA Click in the configuration menu to display the CAMERA SETTINGS screen. The CAMERA SETTINGS screen includes a sub menu from which you can access 14 camera settings to configure the monitoring and other conditions of the camera. Required operation privilege: admin, operator The CAMERA SETTINGS sub menu offers a list of camera settings.
Click this button when finished configuring the camera settings you accessed by clicking each sub menu item. CANCEL Click this button before clicking DEFAULT : Click this button to reset the settings on the camera configuration screen to the defaults (factory settings). HELP: Click this to display a menu from which you can display the explanation of each configuration screen on the HELP screen.
Configuring Monitoring Conditions In [VIEW], select “CAM1” or “CAM2” and then configure the monitoring conditions by clicking each menu item in the sub menu. Switching between Monitoring Conditions In [VIEW], select “CAM1” or “CAM2”. The monitoring conditions configured for the selected view setting are now applied to the camera.
Select and configure the white balance adjustment mode. ATW: Auto trace white balance AWC: Auto white balance control 3200: Fixed white balance (for indoors) Fixed white balance (for outdoors) 5600: FLUORESCENT: Fixed white balance (for fluorescent lighting) MWB: Manual white balance The configured settings will be applied to “CAM1”...
Drag the mouse over the live video image to select the area you want to mask. The masked area is indicated by blue-bordered grid cells each containing the letter “M”. You can mask more than one portion of the live image. You can click one grid cell after another to set or cancel the masked area cell by cell.
In [WHITE BALANCE], select the desired fixed white balance mode and click 3200: For indoors (Fixes the color temperature to 3200K.) For outdoors (Fixes the color temperature to 5600K.) 5600: FLUORESCENT: For fluorescent lighting (Fixes the color temperature to 4200K.) Use the following procedure to manually adjust the gain values for the red and blue signals.
In [BLC], select “MULTI”. In [BLC WEIGHT], select the backlight sensitivity. 0 (low sensitivity) to 15 (high sensitivity) In [BRIGHT], select the compensation level for the brightness of the backlighting and click 0 (low brightness compensation) to 15 (high brightness compensation) Center-weighted average metering compensates for the backlighting problem by measuring the photometry of the specified area intensively.
Configure the metering weight values for the four surrounding metering areas (TOP, BOTTOM, LEFT, and RIGHT). Select a weight value for each of these metering areas depending on the installation environment. 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum) The weight value for the center metering area ([CENTER]) is fixed to “7”. You cannot change this value.
You can click one grid cell after another to set or cancel the masked area cell by cell. To deselect a block of grid cells in the masked area, right-click one of grid cell and drag the mouse. Click and then BACK The settings are saved and you return to the sub menu.
In [SHUTTER], select “LONG”. In [SHUTTER SPEED], select the desired shutter speed and click x1, x2, x4, x8, x16, x32 Each of the above shutter speed values represents a multiple of the field storage time. The higher the value, the longer the exposure time. Setting an excessively long exposure time may result in ghosts, blurs and white spots if the subject includes any moving object.
In [AGC], select “ON”. In [MAX GAIN], select the maximum gain level for AGC and click Selecting a higher gain level will improve the camera sensitivity in a dark condition, but increase the noise as well. NORMAL: For normal subject For slightly dark subject MIDDLE: For dark subject...
Fixing camera to color or black-and-white video mode This function is supported only by VCC-HD2300P/VCC-HD2300. The configured settings will be applied to “CAM1” or “CAM2”, whichever you selected under [VIEW]. In AUTO mode, turning off the camera in the black-and-white mode and then turning it back on again switches it to the color mode.
Select the luminance level at which switching occurs from the color mode to the black-and-white mode. B/W→COLOR Select the luminance level at which switching occurs from the black-and-white mode to the color mode. Changing one of these settings also changes the other setting based on the difference. To prevent hunting in infrared (IR) lighting, set these luminance levels to widely different values.
Fixing Camera to Black-and-White Video Mode In [DAY/NIGHT], select “B/W” and click You can use the contour compensation function to make the whole video image clearer. Select “ON” in [APERTURE] and an appropriate correction level in [LEVEL] and click The higher the correction level, the greater the correction effect. 1 to 15 The configured settings will be applied to “CAM1”...
In [GAMMA], select the gamma correction level and click Gamma correction level = 0.45 0.45: Gamma correction level = 1 MODE1: Increases the contrast of the whole subject. MODE2: Increases the contrast in dark areas further. The configured settings will be applied to “CAM1” or “CAM2”, whichever you selected under [VIEW]. Selecting “MODE1”...
The focus must be readjusted if the camera has lost focus due to difference in the subject distance or ambient temperature, the deterioration of the lens and installation environment, and the like that have been caused over the years. Select the [MANUAL] check box. NEAR You can now operate the Click...
AUTO (for lens that does not support infrared focusing): FIX (for lens that supports infrared focusing): Use the mirror function to electronically flip the displayed subject. If you installed the camera upside down or intend to monitor the subject in the mirror, configure the following settings according to the installation environment of the camera.
The mask setting screen shows the video at the angle of view that you see on the live screen. Drag the mouse over the live video image to select the area you want to mask. A mask pattern appears over the selected area. You can set up to eight mask patterns on the screen.
ALARM Click in the configuration menu to display the ALARM SETTINGS screen. If you want the camera to record surveillance video or transmit a warning signal by detecting an alarm condition, configure the following settings on this screen. Detecting an alarm condition via alarm input terminal Detecting an alarm condition via built-in motion sensor Outputting an alarm signal from alarm output terminal Required operation privilege: admin, operator...
To configure the ALARM IN2 terminal to detect an alarm condition, select “ON” in [ALARM IN2] and specify the input conditions for it in the same way as for the ALARM IN1 terminal. This camera offers the built-in motion sensor function that automatically detects motion in the subject. The motion sensor detects an alarm condition in three ways as follows.
To switch the alarm detection method, in [MOTION ALARM], click the desired radio button. Drag the mouse over live video/image to select the area you want to mask. The masked area is indicated by blue-bordered grid cells each containing the letter “M”. You can mask as many areas as you want without limitation.
The terminal will not accept subsequent alarm signals until the set duration expires. The alarm state will be retained for at least 5 seconds even if the motion is instantaneous. The configured duration value will be reset to the factory default value if you change any setting on the ALARM SETTINGS screen while an alarm state is retained.
In [SENSITIVITY], select the detection sensitivity. You can adjust the detection sensitivity to prevent unwanted detection. The higher the value, the lower the sensitivity. 1 to 9 Checking how the motion sensor works Click TEST If any motion is detected in a grid cell in the detection area, that cell will be shown in red. Correct the detection conditions as required.
In [ALARM OUT1], select “ON”. In [POLARITY], select the signal polarity of the alarm output terminal. NO (Normally Open): The terminal is normally open and closes when an alarm signal is output. NC (Normally Closed): The terminal is normally closed and opens when an alarm signal is output. In [ALARM OUT TIME], select how long you want the terminal to output an alarm signal.
In [ALARM OUT1], select “REMOTE”. Selecting “REMOTE” does not cause the terminal to output an alarm signal automatically even if an alarm condition is detected. In [POLARITY], select the signal polarity of the alarm output terminal. The terminal is normally open and closes when an alarm signal is output. NO (Normally Open): NC (Normally Closed): The terminal is normally closed and opens when an alarm signal is output.
E-MAIL Click in the configuration menu to display the E-MAIL SETTINGS screen. Using the automatic e-mail transmission function, you can send an e-mail attached with an image if an alarm is detected, or after a fixed interval. Configuring basic e-mail transmission settings Configuring recipient e-mail addresses (RECIPIENT MAIL ADDRESS) Configuring authentication conditions (AUTHENTICATION) Configuring transmission conditions...
In [MAIL ADDRESS], type the recipient e-mail addresses. Here, you can type up to five e-mail addresses (up to 64 alphanumeric characters for each). Select the check box for each e-mail address to which you want to send e-mails. You can send e-mails to the selected e-mail address(es). To attach an image file to an e-mail, select the [IMAGE] check box of the corresponding recipient address and click The attached image file will have the following file name:...
In [USER ID] and [PASSWORD], type the user ID and password, respectively. Type the user ID (up to 48 alphanumeric characters) and password for authentication (up to 20 alphanumeric characters). In [POP3 SERVER ADDRESS], type your POP3 server address and click If you selected “POP3”...
An e-mail consists of the following portions. Subject Camera Title Data and time Camera's IP address Message (TEXT) The camera title, date and time, IP address will be included automatically. In [SUBJECT], type the subject (title) of the e-mail. You can type up to 32 alphanumeric characters. In [TEXT], type the message text and click You can type up to 64 alphanumeric characters.
Click in the configuration menu to display the FTP SETTINGS screen. If you want to record images from the camera to an FTP server via the network, configure the FTP server settings and the image transmission conditions on this screen. Configuring FTP server settings Configuring transmission conditions Required operation privilege: admin, operator...
(if [TRIGGER] is set to other than “INTERVAL”): [FILE NAME] + [yy_mm_dd_hh_mm_ss] + [alarm_factor] + [0001 (Serial No.).jpg] If no file name is specified, the system will enter “sanyo” for the [FILE NAME]. * To use a temporary file, set [TEMPORARY FILE] to “USE”.
The setting values are interlocked among E-MAIL SETTINGS, and FTP SETTINGS screens. (Note that the setting configured most recently will take precedence.) If you selected “ALARM IN1/2”, “MOTION”, or “ALARM OUT1/2” ... In [DURATION], select the image transmission duration. 5SEC, 10SEC, 20SEC, 40SEC, 1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN, 4MIN, 5MIN, 10MIN, 15MIN If you selected “INTERVAL”, “ALARM IN1/2”, “MOTION”, or “ALARM OUT1/2”...
SECURITY Click in the configuration menu to display the SECURITY SETTINGS screen. Configuring the security function on this screen enables you to restrict the PCs that can access the camera. Required operation privilege: admin, operator1 In [SECURITY FUNCTION], select “ON”. In [DEFAULT POLICY], select the global access policy.
Click The settings are saved. Working with Administrator Configuration Screens 47/50...
OPTION Click in the configuration menu to display the OPTION SETTINGS screen. On this screen, you can perform system-related operations and log checks. Click to execute or start the intended operation. Required operation privilege: admin, operator1 If the camera stops functioning for some reason or other, in [CAMERA REBOOT], click system.
Do not perform any operations on the screen or turn off the camera until the firmware update process is completed. While the firmware is being updated, all camera functions stop working temporarily. You can restore all the settings you have configured to the factory default settings. In [NETWORK SETTINGS], select whether or not to restore the settings including the network settings and click WITH: Includes the network settings.
ACCESS LOG Shows the history of access to the camera in chronological order (up to 100 entries). Date and time, user name, authentication check result (OK/NG), connection destination IP address SYSTEM LOG Shows a history of system operation in chronological order (up to 200 entries). Working with Administrator Configuration Screens 50/50...
VCC-HD2300/HD2300P VCC-HD2100/HD2100P Accessing the Camera Control Panel/Tool Panel CAMERA SETTINGS Displaying LIVE video Transmitting Image Data Others Q&A1/10...
I cannot access the camera. The camera IP address you entered is wrong. Enter the correct IP address (URL) in the Web browser (Internet Explorer). The camera port number you entered is wrong. If you are using a port number other than 80, enter the correct port number in the Web browser (Internet Explorer).
Your router is configured with packet filtering or the like which restricts access from the Internet. Change the settings in your router to allow access from the Internet. For the configuration method, refer to your router's instruction manual. The IP address you entered is a local address (the one you use at your home). When accessing via Internet, enter the global address (or the URL registered with the DDNS service) and port number of the camera as its IP address.
Buttons on the control panel/tool panel do not respond. You do not have the required operation privilege. Some buttons on the control panel/tool panel are operable only when you have an adequate operation privilege. Log in as a user with an adequate operation privilege. You have not configured the required operation settings.
I cannot set [SENSE UP] in [IRIS]. You cannot set [SENSE UP] when [SHUTTER] is set to “SHORT” or “LONG”. Set [SHUTTER] to “OFF”. I cannot set [SHUTTER] to “SHORT” or “LONG”. You cannot configure the electronic shutter settings if you have set [SENSE UP] in [IRIS]. Set [SENSE UP] in [IRIS] to “OFF”.
When another ActiveX control for network cameras is installed, video may not be displayed due to compatibility issues between the different versions. Install the H.264 Plug-In included in the supplied CD-ROM or the latest H.264 Plug-In you can download from SANYO CCTV System Web page.
Check the power supply status and/or the network environment. The video image is distorted and cannot be displayed correctly. The maximum bit rate for video streaming is configured with a value higher than the network bandwidth. Lower the resolution and/or image quality. The performance of the PC is low.
Dust, dirt, fingerprints, etc. are present on the lens cover. Or the lens is fogged. Wipe away the dust, etc. with a dry cloth. The live video display is entirely discolored (A white subject appears to be colored.) Adjust the white balance. Click [WHITE BALANCE] on the CAMERA SETTINGS screen and, in [WHITE BALANCE], select “MWB”.
The e-mail transmission function does not work. On the E-MAIL SETTING screen, incorrect user ID/password information is specified in the AUTHENTICATION section. Set the correct login ID and password. The server address is wrong. Or connection to the server is down. Check the server address settings.
Upgrade has been terminated. Upgrade has been interrupted due to power off, network fault, or other problem during the process. Redo the upgrade by proceeding as follows. Turn on the camera again. Access the camera again. Check the firmware version on [FIRMWARE UPDATE] in OPTION SETTINGS screen. * If the version number is updated: Upgrade is complete.
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