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NETWORK CAMERA

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Safety Precautions

For information on the latest products and peripheral
devices, refer to the following Web page.
I http://www.netcam.toshiba.com
GThe above URL is subject to change without prior notice.
If the URL changes, refer to the Toshiba website
(http://www.cctv.toshiba.com).
GThe Operations Manual for this product is included on the
supplied mini CD-ROM.
GThese Safety Precautions appy to firmware version R 1.01
and later.
IK-WB02A
*A lens is not supplied with the
network camera.
WB02-03

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  • Page 1: Network Camera

    Web page. I http://www.netcam.toshiba.com GThe above URL is subject to change without prior notice. If the URL changes, refer to the Toshiba website (http://www.cctv.toshiba.com). GThe Operations Manual for this product is included on the supplied mini CD-ROM.

  • Page 2: Fcc Information

    FCC(US) Information Product Name : NETWORK CAMERA Model Number(s) : IK-WB02A FCC Notice “Declaration of Conformity Information” This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and...

  • Page 3

    - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Warning : Changes or modifications made to this equipment, not expressly approved by Toshiba or parties authorized by Toshiba could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Canadian Information...

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the IK-WB02A Network Camera. Before you start using the camera, read these Safety Precautions carefully to ensure correct usage. Once you have finished reading these Safety Precautions, keep it in a convenient place for future reference.

  • Page 5

    Accessories Confirm that all of the following accessories have been supplied with the network camera. Mini CD-ROM (x1) *Includes the Operations Manual and the software Camera Finder. Safety Precautions and Quick Start Guide (this document) (x1) *The Quick Guide is at the back of the Safety Precautions.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction… ... 4 Table of Contents ... 6 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ... 7 NOTES ON USE AND INSTALLATION ... 11 Precautions for Use ... 12 Camera Installation Guide ... 15 For details on settings, operations, etc, refer to the Operations Manual (PDF file) included on the mini CD-ROM.

  • Page 7: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain Instructions The safety instructions and instruction manual should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings All warnings on the product and in the instruction manual should be adhered to.

  • Page 8: Power Sources

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS (Cont.) 9. Ventilation This video product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This video product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.

  • Page 9: Replacement Parts

    15. Servicing Do not attempt to service this video product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 16. Damage Requiring service Disconnect this video product from the power supply and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions.

  • Page 10

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS (Cont.) The CAUTION label, shown on the above part, is attached on the bottom of camera. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

  • Page 11: Notes On Use And Installation

    NOTES ON USE AND INSTALLATION • Do not aim the camera at the sun Do not aim the camera at the sun or point it at sun even if you are not shooting. • Do not shoot intense light Intense light such as a spotlight may cause a bloom or smear.

  • Page 12: Precautions For Use

    SD memory card is recommended for loop recording. G To achieve maximum performance of the camera, the use of a Toshiba SD memory card is recommended. If a card of another company is used, the recording intervals may lengthen and the erasure time during overwriting may increase.

  • Page 13

    result, the number of delivered frames of live video may decrease. G Do not use a memory card containing the data recorded by another device with the camera as this may result in the camera not functioning correctly. G Do not modify, overwrite the data, or change the folder name of an SD memory card.

  • Page 14

    Precautions for Use (Cont.) About the software This product contains a piece of software (hereafter the Software) licensed to TOSHIBA CORPORATION (hereafter TOSHIBA) by TOPCO CORPORATION. (hereafter TOPCO). The copyright and other intellectual property rights of the software are held by TOPCO or the licensor.

  • Page 15: Camera Installation Guide

    Camera Installation Guide Installation Example Wall 9.5mm 1/4"-20UNC EIM-0010325 4/26/2000 The Installation Guide is for reference only. Mounting bracket is not included.

  • Page 16

    TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS. INC Security & Network Video Products 9740 Irvine Boulevard, Irvine California 92618-1697 Phone Number: (877)696-3822...

  • Page 17

    Web page. Ihttp://www.netcam.toshiba.com The above URL is subject to change without prior notice. If the URL changes, refer to the Toshiba website (http://www.cctv.toshiba.com). This User’s Guide applies to the firmware version R1.01 and later. *A lens is not supplied with the network camera.

  • Page 18

    Table of Contents GTable of Contents ... 2 GImportant Safety Instructions ... 4 GNames and Features of Parts ... 5 GInstalling a Lens/Connecting to a Video Monitor ... 8 Installing a Lens ... 8 Connecting to a Video Monitor ... 8 GLine-Lock control ...

  • Page 19

    FTP by EXT Control (Recording Data by EXT Control) ... 48 • Image Accumulation to SD Memory Card ... 49 • File Transfer Order ... 50 Periodic FTP by Schedule ... 50 • GRecording Images on a Personal Computer ... 51 Image Recording Feature ...

  • Page 20: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions Be sure to read “IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS” in the separate “Safety Precautions.”...

  • Page 21: Gnames And Features Of Parts

    Names and Features of Parts GFront GTop Focus ring Adjust the back focus of a lens. Focus Lock Screw After adjusting the back focus, tighten the screw. Lens Mount Install a CS mount lens. GRear Alarm Terminal Connect an external alarm device with the terminal.

  • Page 22

    Names and Features of Parts (Cont.) GRight V.PHASE CONTROLLER IRIS LEVEL Control iris level for DC type auto iris lens. GLeft GBottom POWER SELECT switch Select the type of power source input. LL switch BLC switch IRIS switch Change switch settings depending on the type of auto iris lens (DC/EE).

  • Page 23: Installation/setup

    Installation/Setup G Installing a Lens/Connecting to a Video Monitor G Line-Lock Control G Adjusting a Lens G Setting Up the Network Camera Environment G Connecting the Camera and Personal Computer by Network G Using the Camera Search Application “Camera Finder” G Changing Administrator Login ID and Password G Setting up Access Restriction...

  • Page 24: Ginstalling A Lens/connecting To A Video Monitor

    Installing a Lens/Connecting to a Video Monitor Installing a Lens You can install a CS mount lens on the camera. Important When using a lens that weighs 400g or more including a zoom lens, make sure the lens is supported as well as the camera in order not to cause damage due to overloading. Connecting to a Video Monitor You can view camera images on the video monitor.

  • Page 25: Gline-lock Control

    Line-Lock control Matching the vertical synchronization with the power frequency is called the Line-Lock. This function is activated when the LL switch is set to ON. When two or more cameras are switched by video switcher for viewing by a monitor TV, the vertical sync.

  • Page 26: Gadjusting A Lens

    Adjusting a Lens Adjusting the Back Focus The back focus is set by default at the time of shipment. You may have to re-adjust the back focus depending on the type of your zoom lens. Loosen the focus lock screw with the lens properly installed and then turn the back focus ring on top of the camera with the monitor until the subject distance comes into...

  • Page 27: Fixed Iris Lens

    Important Improper setting with the iris switch and/or incorrect connection with the iris connector may generate heat to the interior of the camera, resulting in a malfunction or failure. When using an auto iris lens, do not select the “AES” setting in order not to cause a malfunction.

  • Page 28: Requirements For Network Camera Monitoring System

    Setting Up the Network Camera Environment Requirements for Network Camera Monitoring System ° Administrator’s personal computer This manual refers to a personal computer that has been granted all privileges for configuring, operating, monitoring, and other operations as the “administrator’s personal computer.”...

  • Page 29: About The Ip Address

    Connecting the Camera and Personal Computer by Network IAbout the IP Address To connect to the network, the administrator needs to set the network camera IP address. There are two options to set the IP address. • Obtaining an IP address automatically from the DHCP server •...

  • Page 30: Structure Of Connection

    Connecting the Camera and Personal Computer by Network(Cont.) Structure of Connection There are following two structures for connection of the network camera: • Use a crossover cable • Connect with a hub or router G Using a crossover cable to establish a connection (example) IP address 192.168.0.30 Crossover cable is not provided with the product.

  • Page 31: Connecting

    Connecting Connect a LAN cable and then turn the power on. Connect the LAN cable (straight) leading to the camera with a powered hub. Alternatively, use a LAN cable (crossover) to connect the camera with the powered personal computer. When connecting a PoE compatible hub/router/LAN cable, availabe to the camera even though there is no connection at the power plug.

  • Page 32: Gusing The Camera Search Application "camera Finder

    G Using “Camera Finder” to Search for a Camera From the “Start” menu, point to “Programs” and “TOSHIBA Network Camera”, and then select “Camera Finder.” Start up “Camera Finder” and click “Search” button. All the cameras currently connected to the network appear.

  • Page 33

    Important Toshiba is not responsible for any damages caused by this software. The “Administrator” button in the “Camera Finder” is invalid for the IK-WB02A. When connecting to the IK-WB02A, be sure to click the “User” button. When you log in as Administrator, set up access restrictions (➝ page. 20).

  • Page 34: Gchanging Administrator Login Id And Password

    Changing Administrator Login ID and Password Be sure to change the default login ID and password. You are able to change important information and settings of the camera through the Administrator Login. To have higher security, be sure to change your login ID and the password, and don’t forget new login ID and password.

  • Page 35

    Enter “root” in the Current login ID field and “ikwb” in the Current Password field. Enter a new login ID in the New login ID field and a new password in the New Password field and New Password (Confirm) field. Enter the same password in the New Password field and the New Password (Confirm) field.

  • Page 36: Gsetting Up Access Restriction

    Setting up Access Restriction You can set up the access restriction by requiring the user to enter the user ID and password for the Administrator login or the registered user ID and password. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window”...

  • Page 37

    Click the “Set/Change” button. New user ID and password for the User login are stored in the network camera. Check “ON” in the “User authorization required” section. Click the “Set” button. A screen appears, asking you to enter a user name and password. Enter the Administrator login ID and password in the field of user name and password, respectively ➝Click the “OK”...

  • Page 38: Gconfiguring The Network Manually

    Configuring the Network Manually You can change the settings of network connection manually. • Enter an IP address manually if you are not using, or do not want to use the DHCP server. Log in as Administrator. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window”...

  • Page 39

    Select “Manually.” The default setting is “Automatically by DHCP.” Fill in “IP Address,” “Subnet Mask,” “Default Gateway,” “DNS1” and “DNS2.” Important If you do not know the subnet mask, consult the provider or network system administration support center. You do not need to enter the default gateway if the network camera will not be accessed from another network.

  • Page 41: Viewing Listening And Operation

    Viewing • Listening and Operation G Viewing and Listening G Using Playback Function G Playing Alarm Images G Playing Recorded Normal Images G Viewing Logs G Speaking...

  • Page 42: Viewing Images

    Viewing and Listening Viewing Images The images in the network camera can be displayed with the Internet browser on the personal computer. Search for the network camera with the “Camera Finder” ¡ Log into the camera. The browser starts up and then the Camera Window screen appears for the network camera.

  • Page 43: Camera Window Screen

    ICamera Window Screen Name of camera (¡ page.57) Camera Control item* (¡ page.28) To view logs* (¡ page.34) To delete images (¡ page.30) To display the playback operating buttons, the alarm list and the normal list* (¡ page. 31) To configure the audio input of the camera (¡...

  • Page 44: Adjusting Images On The Camera

    Viewing and Listening (Cont.) Adjusting Images on the Camera You can set up the image quality and resolution for the images on the camera. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator. When you log in as User, the operation is disabled.

  • Page 45

    G Flickerless You can set up the function to reduce the flickering caused by lighting such as fluorescent lights. This function does not work in AES mode. On: To activate the flicker compensation Off: Not to activate the flicker compensation (Default: Off) G Area (BLC) You can set up the target area for back light compensation (¡...

  • Page 46: Adding Images

    Viewing and Listening (Cont.) Adding Images You can add and view images on the other camera. Enter the IP address of other camera in the “Watching:” field ¡ Click “Add.” An image on the other camera is added on the Camera Window screen. Up to 9 images can be displayed on the Camera Window screen.

  • Page 47: Gusing Playback Function

    Using Playback Function You can use the playback function to play back recorded images of the alarm list or the normal list in the SD memory card. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator. When you log in as User, the operation is disabled. Click “Playback”...

  • Page 48: Gplaying Alarm Images

    Playing Alarm Images You can play alarm images (¡ page.40) which are stored on an SD memory card. The images are played at fixed intervals regardless of the recording interval. The resolution (image size) varies depending on the settings for the time when the alarm is raised. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator.

  • Page 49: Playing Recorded Normal Images

    Playing Recorded Normal Images You can play recorded normal images (¡ page.40) which are stored on an SD memory card. The images are played at fixed intervals regardless of the recording interval. The resolution (image size) varies depending on the settings for the time of recording. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator.

  • Page 50: Viewing Logs

    Viewing Logs You can view a list of logs. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator. When you log in as User, the operation is disabled. Click “View log” on the left side of the Camera Window screen.

  • Page 51: Gspeaking

    Speaking You can connect a microphone to a personal computer and hear the sound through a speaker connected to the camera. To perform the operation, you need to log in as Administrator. When you log in as User, the operation is disabled. Click the “Audio Out start”...

  • Page 53: Recording

    Recording G About Recording Images G Recording Images on an SD Memory Card G Recording Images on FTP Server G Recording Images on a Personal Computer...

  • Page 54

    About Recording Images Network camera can record images according to your need. Recordable media and its recordable contents are as follows. Recordable Media SD Memory Card FTP Server Personal Computer Recordable Contents Alarm Recording images configured in “Alarm Recording” settings (➝ page 40). (Image data at the time of external alarm detection/motion detection) Normal Recording images configured in “Normal”...

  • Page 55: Grecording Images On An Sd Memory Card

    Recording Images on an SD Memory Card You can record image data when an alarm or motion detection occurs, normal recording images on an SD memory card that is inserted in the network camera. To record alarm images. perform administrator login and configure “Alarm Settings” first (➝...

  • Page 56

    Recording Images on an SD Memory Card (Cont.) Configure each setting items. IAlarm Recording GExternal Alarm ON: To record images when an external alarm occurs. OFF: Does not to record images when an external alarm occurs. GMotion Detection ON: To record images when a motion is detected OFF: Not to record images when a motion is detected GPre-Recording Pre-Recording records image(s) of right before alarm was generated.

  • Page 57: Recording Images On Ftp Server

    Recording Images on FTP Server By using FTP server, it becomes possible to manage periodic transferring and saving of huge amounts of recorded image data. The recordable images on an FTP server include “Periodic Recording Data by Schedule,” “Recording Data by External Alarm Detection” or “Recording Data by EXT Control.”...

  • Page 58

    Recording Images on FTP Server (Cont.) Configure each setting items. IFTP General Settings You can control the settings to connect to an FTP server. GFTP sever: Select either one of them below and enter correct information. Server Name • IP Address •...

  • Page 59

    NOTE • When selecting “Periodic”, network camera logs in to FTP server automatically a minute before the scheduled recording starts. When the scheduled recording stops, there may be some unsent image data left in the camera. The camera will not log out from the FTP server until all images have been transferred.

  • Page 60: Periodic Ftp By Schedule

    Recording Images on FTP Server (Cont.) IPeriodic FTP by Schedule You can control the settings to record images for Periodic FTP by Schedule. To run the recording, select “Periodic” in “Connection to FTP Enable” (➝ page. 43). 1) Configure recording schedule ・...

  • Page 61

    4) Enter “File Name” Select one of two patterns, enter characters in the part described as (keyword). File name will be shown like this: e.g. Pattern1: (keyword) yy mm dd HH MM SS 00.JPG Pattern2: LV (keyword) yyyy mm dd HH MM SS ***N.JPG NOTE •...

  • Page 62: Ftp By External Alarm/motion Detection

    Recording Images on FTP Server (Cont.) IFTP by External Alarm/Motion Detection You can control the settings to record images for FTP by External Alarm/Motion Detection. To configure the external alarm/motion detection, select “ON” in “External Alarm Detect” or “Motion Detect” in the alarm settings (➝ page. 64) To run the recording, select “Extern Alarm Detection”...

  • Page 63

    4) Enter “File Name” Enter characters in the part described as (keyword). File name will be shown like this: e.g. EX (keyword) yyyy mm dd HH MM SS ***N--A.JPG NOTE • You cannot use these characters: \ / : ; , ” | ? * < > Followings are the meaning of each part.

  • Page 64: Ftp By Ext Control (recording Data By Ext Control)

    Recording Images on FTP Server (Cont.) IFTP by EXT Control (Recording Data by EXT Control) You can control the settings to record images for FTP by EXT Control. Select “EXT” in “External Alarm Detect” of the alarm settings (➝ page. 64). To run the recording, select “EXT Control”...

  • Page 65: Image Accumulation To Sd Memory Card

    IImage Accumulation to SD Memory Card Configures whether or not to save image data on SD memory card when the camera can not record image(s) on FTP server due to network problems. The accumulated data is transferred to the FTP server when the line is restored. 1) Configure whether or not the Image Accumulation is active Select “ON”...

  • Page 66: File Transfer Order

    Recording Images on FTP Server (Cont.) File Transfer Order IPeriodic FTP by Schedule Basically, files are transferred in recorded order. However, the camera may take the following processes depending on networking conditions. 1) When networking condition causes the file transferring delay, the camera may transfer the old files in the file transfer intervals.

  • Page 67: Grecording Images On A Personal Computer

    Recording Images on a Personal Computer You can record images in the JPEG file or AVI file format on a personal computer. Image Recording Feature Right-click on the image of the “Camera Window” screen. The operating menu appears on the screen. Click “Image Recording.”...

  • Page 68

    Recording Images on a Personal Computer (Cont.) When saving images as an AVI file Click the “Start” button. The recording operation starts. To stop the recording, right-click on the image ¡ Click “Stop Image Recording” in the displayed operating menu. Mark here to save images as an AVI file.

  • Page 69: Recording Current Image Data As Still Image

    Recording Current Image Data as Still Image Right-click on the image of the “Camera Window” screen. The operating menu appears on the screen. Click “Save Current Picture As.” A screen appears, asking you to specify the destination folder and file name. Specify the destination folder and file name.

  • Page 71: Setting Up

    Setting up G How to Set up G System Settings G User Settings G Admin Settings G Alarm Settings G Network Settings G Mail Settings G FTP Client Settings G FTP Server Settings G DDNS Settings G Recording Settings G Audio Settings G Updating the Firmware G Saving the Settings on a Personal Computer...

  • Page 72: General Configuration

    How to Set up Only the Administrator is authorized to set up configurations for the network camera. You can select the setup items by clicking “Configuration” on the “Camera Window” screen. General Configuration Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window”...

  • Page 73

    System Settings You can change a camera name and control time set. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “System” on the left side of the screen. •...

  • Page 74: Restoring The Default Settings

    System Settings (Cont.) GSetting up a format to display date/time 1) Select the “Date-Time Displaying Format” from the pull-down menu. • yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS (ex. 2004-9-15 14:23:32) • dd Mmm yyyy HH:MM:SS (ex. 15 Sep 2004 14:23:32) • mm-dd-yyyy HH:MM:SS (ex. 9-15-2004 14:23:32) (default: dd Mmm yyyy HH:MM:SS) 2) Click the “Change”...

  • Page 75: Rebooting The Network Camera

    IRebooting the network camera You can restart the network camera. 1) Click “Reboot IP Camera.” A confirmation message appears, asking whether or not the camera should be rebooted. 2) Click “OK.” IUpdating the Firmware You can update the firmware on the network camera. Click “Firmware update.”...

  • Page 76: User Settings

    User Settings You can set up access rights. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “User” on the left side of the screen. •...

  • Page 77

    G Storing the user name and password 1) Enter the user name, password and password (confirm) for a new user in the field of “User ID,” “Password” and “Confirm,” respectively in “Add a user or change password.” 2) Click the “Set/Change” button. •...

  • Page 78

    Admin Settings You can change the Administrator ID and password and view the level of SD memory card. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “Admin”...

  • Page 79

    G Setting Sound You can set up the camera to listen to sound on the camera even when logging in as User. 1) Set “Sound” to “ON” or “OFF.” ON: To enable you to listen to sound on the camera even when logging in as User.

  • Page 80: Alarm Settings

    Alarm Settings You can configure the external alarm and motion detection. If you connect a sensor or other device to the alarm input terminal (➝ page 80), an alarm will notify you when the sensor detects anything out of the ordinary. For example, if you connect a sensor attached to a door, an alarm can notify you when the door is opened or closed.

  • Page 81

    2) Click the “Save Settings” button. G Setting the motion detection 1) Select one of the followings in “Motion Detect:” Enable : To turn motion detection on. Disable : To turn motion detection off. (Default: Disable) 2) Select the “Sensitivity” level from the pull-down menu. High : Generates an alarm upon detection even to the slightest change in brightness.

  • Page 82: Network Settings

    Network Settings You can configure an IP address for network connection. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “Network” on the left side of the screen. •...

  • Page 83

    G Configuring the HTTP port number 1) Enter the HTTP port number in “HTTP Port Number” (default: 80). • For most applications, select 80 (default: 80). 2) Click the “Change” button. Important If you do not know the subnet mask, consult the provider or relevant network system administration support center.

  • Page 84: Mail Settings

    Mail Settings You can configure the camera to send an email up to 10 addresses when an external alarm goes off, any motions are detected or an error occurs in an SD memory card. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window”...

  • Page 85

    “Receiver email address 10.” 6) Click the “Save Settings” button. 7) Enter the mail title in “Subject” (default: TOSHIBA Network Camera). If a check is added to “Camera Name automatically,” the camera name is set automatically as the subject.

  • Page 86

    FTP Client Settings You can store images on an FTP server. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “FTP client” on the left side of the screen. •...

  • Page 87: Ftp Server Settings

    FTP Server Settings You can configure the network camera as an FTP server to access to a specific directory from a personal computer. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “FTP server”...

  • Page 88: Ddns Settings

    DDNS Settings You can utilize the DDNS. Configure the connection for a DDNS server. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “DDNS” on the left side of the screen. •...

  • Page 89

    Recording Settings You can control the settings for image data recording at the time of external alarm detection and motion detection as well as normal recording on an SD memory card inserted to the network camera. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window”...

  • Page 90: Audio Settings

    Audio Settings You can configure the audio input from the network camera. When setting to “ON” in “Sound” of the Admin Settings, the audio settings can be available even when logging in as User. When “OFF” is selected, the setting cannot be configured through the User login.

  • Page 91: Updating The Firmware

    Download the latest firmware. G Create a folder where you want to save the latest firmware. G Access to the following Toshiba Web page on the Internet. URL: http://www.netcam.toshiba.com G Download the latest firmware according to the instructions on the Web page.

  • Page 92

    Updating the Firmware (Cont.) Click “Firmware update.” • The Firmware update screen appears on the right side of the display. Click the “Browse” button. • A screen appears, allowing you to select a file. Select the file of the latest firmware you downloaded in the above “Before Starting”...

  • Page 93

    Saving the Settings on a Personal Computer You can save the settings of the network camera on a personal computer. Click “Configuration” on the left side of the “Camera Window” screen. • The Configuration menu appears on the left side of the screen. Click “System”...

  • Page 94: Gsaving The Settings On A Personal Computer

    Saving the Settings on a Personal Computer (Cont.) Importing the Settings Saved on a Personal Computer Click “Import new configurations” on the System setting screen. • The Import new configuration screen appears on the right side of the display. Click the “Browse” button. •...

  • Page 95: Galarm Terminals

    Others Alarm Terminals Index (Glossary) Display of Logs Before Calling Service Personnel... Specifications Appearance Diagram...

  • Page 96

    Alarm Terminals You can connect a variety of sensors to the camera by using alarm terminals. See following table for functions of each terminal. Name ALARM IN ALARM IN Alarm input terminal      Description Function · Inputs External Alarm signal. Alarm Input Connect a sensor or other devices to the camera.

  • Page 97

    ISpecifications of Alarm Signals Name Internal Circuit Alarm Input Inside Camera IExample Circuit Connection Network Camera Non-Voltage point signal, TTL signal inputs CMOS input 3.3V Door Sensor ALARM IN Signal Condition 100ms or more...

  • Page 98

    Index (Glossary) AC IN ... 5 Accessories ... Safety Precautions5 Adjust the date and time ... 58 Administrator ... 18 ADPCM ... 74 AE level ... 29 Compensation for Automatic Exposure of the camera. AES ... 11 ALARM IN (Alarm input terminal) ... 80 Alarm list ...

  • Page 99

    EXT control ... 65 External Alarm ... 64 Firmware ... 75 Program to run this product. It is installed in the flash memory, and can overwrite the program from PC by using PC upload function of the WEB. Formatting an SD memory card ... 63 Frame rate ...

  • Page 100

    Protocol). FTP, SMTP and other applica- tions use TCP/IP . Timer recording ... 40 Updating firmware ... 75 URL ... 15 (Uniform Resource Locator) Method for assigning the Internet resource. “http://www.toshiba. com/” is the example of when accessing a website on the Internet.

  • Page 101

    VIDEO OUT ... 5 Video output ... 5 Wall bracket ... Safety Precautions15 White Balance ... 11...

  • Page 102

    Display of Logs Logs are saved in an SD memory card. When the SD memory card is not set, no logs are accumulated. Up to about 4,000 logs can be accumulated on an SD memory card. Display System Boot Change Quality Change resolution Change Brightness Change Contrast...

  • Page 103

    Display Set DDNS Set Recording Set Record Schedule Set Alarm Record Set Motion Record Ext control short/open FTP down:re-connect FTP down:start accumulation FTP down:accumulation finish FTP Server login in fail FTP Client storage path isn't exist FTP binary mode change fail Mail connect Mail connect fail Send e-mail finish...

  • Page 104

    Before Calling Service Personnel... Symptom GThe power of the camera There is no IP address of your is not turned on. network camera GLAN cable is not on The Camera Finder’s Network connected. Camera List. GLAN cable is not connected to the PC. GIP address of the PC is not configured.

  • Page 105

    Symptom Cause GEntering wrong login ID Error message shows up when and password. trying to login. GCapsLock of the PC is GYou forget your login ID and the password. GDefault gateway is not Cannot access to the camera from configured. the Internet.

  • Page 106

    Before Calling Service Personnel... (Cont.) Symptom GLost the power of the Cannot perform settings. camera during the performance. GLAN cable of the camera has been pulled off during the performance. GLAN cable of the PC has been pulled off during the performance.

  • Page 107

    GWhen many users access to the camera at the same time, the renewal speed of the image becomes slow. GMake sure that the camera is installed in right way. Adjust the setting to place the “Toshiba” logo in the right direction.

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    Before Calling Service Personnel... (Cont.) Symptom GMonitor color setting of Colors of the images are poor. your PC is set to 16 bit or less. GThe lens cover of the Focus of the images is poor. camera is not clean, or some dusts are on it.

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    Symptom Cause GFTP recording function is Recorded images are not not set to ON. saved in FTP GIP address of the FTP server. server, ID/ password or transfer directory is not set properly. GCould not keep the communication with the server during file transfer using FTP.

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    Before Calling Service Personnel... (Cont.) About PoE Power Supply Function for Supplying Power via a LAN Cable • There are two PoE (Power Over Ethernet) methods: the Spare Pair method (a power supply method that uses the unused wires) and the Signal Pair method (a power supply method that uses the signal wires).

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    GDesigns and specifications may change without prior notice for better improvement. GSome screen displays, pictures and illustrations contained herein may slightly differ from the actual images. IK-WB02A AC 24V±10% 60Hz/DC 12V±10%/ PoE Approx. 5.5w with Al lens 1/3 inch CCD image area sensor 4.96mm (0.195inch) horizontal X 6.0mm...

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    Appearance Diagram Unit: mm...

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    TOSHIBA AMERICA INFORMATION SYSTEMS. INC Security & Network Video Products 9740 Irvine Boulevard, Irvine California 92618-1697 Phone Number: (877)696-3822...

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    How to use "EMI core" Three EMI cores are attached to this camera. These parts are used like the following drawing. If not used, an unnecessary radio wave may be emitted. EMIコアの使いかた このカメラには3個のEMIコアが同梱されています。 これらのコアは下図のようにしてお使いください。 使用されないと不要な電波が発生し、システムに障害が 出る場合があります。 Video cable: 1 turn Audio cable: 1 turn Power cable:...

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    About the POWER SELECT Switch ■When power is supplied from a PoE compatible hub, etc. AC24V/ DC12V ■When power is supplied from an AC24V or DC12V power source AC24V/ DC12V Power will not be supplied if the power source type and POWER SELECT switch do not match.

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