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JVC VN-T216VPRU Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents of this manual....................2 Cautions and Warnings ....................2 FCC Compliance Statement..................3 Manufacturer’ s Declaration of Conformance..............3 Europe ........................3 1 About this Document.......................4 Overview of Contents.....................4 2 Product Overview........................5 Camera Parts and Definitions..................5 Camera Overview ....................5 Camera Parts and Definitions ................5 3 Installation and Connections ....................8 Before You Begin......................8 Unpack Everything ......................8...
  • Page 3: Contents Of This Manual

    Contents of this manual Ÿ Windows, Internet Explorer, DirectX and FAT32 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. Ÿ Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. Ÿ NVIDIA and GeForce are trademarks or registered trademarks of NVIDIA Corporation in the U.S.
  • Page 4: Fcc Compliance Statement

    Connect only one camera to the power line, AC24V. Do not Caution share the power line with other equipment. The power cable between power source and the camera must be under 3 m. When powering the camera from AC24V, a UPS source Caution should be considered to ensure satisfactory performance.
  • Page 5: About This Document

    1 About this Document This INSTRUCTIONS is designed to be a reference tool for the installation and operation your system including the camera’s features, functions and detailed explanation of the menu tree. Overview of Contents This document contains the following chapters: Ÿ...
  • Page 6: Product Overview

    2 Product Overview Camera Parts and Definitions Camera Overview Camera Parts and Definitions The dome camera is fully integrated enclosure with camera and lens.
  • Page 7: Routine Maintenance

    1 Camera bottom case 3 Loosen the screw to take off camera housing 2 Tilt adjustment bracket and 4 Dome cover thumbnuts, notches(X2) Notches (x2) Routine Maintenance Ÿ The dome cover is an optical part. Use a soft, dry cloth to remove any fingerprints or dust.
  • Page 8 Au. IN Audio In Au. OUT Audio out AI. IN Alarm In Alarm Out AI. OUT AC24V Vandal IR dome can operate on AC24V only.
  • Page 9: Installation And Connections

    3 Installation and Connections This chapter describes the installation and connection of the camera that can deliver video images and audio in real time using the Internet or an intranet. Before You Begin Please read this guide carefully before you install and operate the camera. Unpack Everything Ÿ...
  • Page 10: Connecting The Wiring

    Connecting the Wiring Connect the power supply cable to the power connectors. Select one of the following options. Ÿ Inset power cable for AC24V Connect 24 V (~) cables to terminals ~AC24V. Ÿ Connect the network cable to the RJ45 terminal using a switch. Ÿ...
  • Page 11 Washer (for Wire) Screw (for Wire) Safety Wire (Fall Prevention Wire, not supplied) Ÿ Connect the wiring then place the camera to a proper position by pushing the button.
  • Page 12: Adjusting The Camera Position

    Adjusting the Camera Position The dome camera has three axes for positioning the camera. While monitoring the picture on the monitor, adjust the camera position as follows: Ÿ Pan Adjustment (A) For Wall Mount and Tilted Ceilings Rotate the lens base (maximum360°...
  • Page 13 Ÿ Secure the camera bottom case (1) to the wall/ceiling with tapping screws, supplied. Ÿ Adjust the view angle (zoom, focus, and Horizontal Rotation). To prevent the camera from falling off, ensure that it is connected to a firm place (ceiling slab or channel) using a Safety Wire (Fall Prevention Wire is not supplied).
  • Page 14 This mounting kit is optional accessory. Depending on the material of your mounting surface, you may Note require different screws and anchors than those supplied. If tilt angle is less than 20 degrees from the horizontal, the image can flash by reflection of IR-LED light. Keeping tilt angle over 20 Note degrees is recommended when IR-LED light is used.
  • Page 15: Locking The Camera

    Locking the Camera Ÿ Use soft, lint -free cloth to wipe the dome cover clean and remove fingerprints. Ÿ Attach the inner liner and camera housing. Ÿ Turn the power on after you have installed the camera. Network Camera Diagram Connection type1: Connection type 2: Hardware/Software Requirements...
  • Page 16: Connecting The Camera To A Personal Computer

    Prompt.) Type “Ping”. If the message “Reply from… ” appears, it means the connection is done. 4. Start Internet Explorer and enter IP address: A login window will appear. Enter the default user name: admin and password: jvc to log in.
  • Page 17 Figure 3-1 Log on Screen 5. Images of the camera can be viewed through Internet Explorer. Before viewing, follow these steps to enable the display. a. Enable Cookies as shown below: --In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options on the Tools menu. --On the Privacy tab, move the settings slider to Low or Accept All Cookies.
  • Page 19 Click¡i Tools¡j è¡i Internet Options¡j è¡i Security¡j è¡i Custom level¡j...
  • Page 20 Modify the configuration of IE’s security setting as follow: ¡i Download signed ActiveX controls¡j è Prompt (recommended) ¡i Download unsigned ActiveX controls¡j è Prompt ¡i Initialize and script ActiveX not marked as safe for scripting¡j è Prompt ¡i Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls¡j è Enable...
  • Page 21 Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins¡j è Enable ¡i Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting*¡j è Enable ¡i 6. Type your setting IP address into the browser. 7. Then you should be able to see the camera image screen.
  • Page 22: Overview Of Navigation And Controls

    4 Overview of Navigation and Controls Live View Live view is designed for general users to control the camera. In the left list it displays: Ÿ Full Screen: Set Full screen Ÿ One shot: take a picture from live view Ÿ...
  • Page 23: Basic

    Basic Figure 4-1 Basic...
  • Page 24 Image Color Automatic Exposure Figure 4-2 Automatic Exposure Automatic Exposure controls the light intensity of picture. There are four types for adjustment. You can select Manual, AES (Automatic Electronic Shutter), Flicker-free 50Hz and Flicker-free 60Hz for the camera depending on your application conditions.
  • Page 25 Figure 4-5 Brightness adjustment, Contrast, Saturation Shutter Speed Figure 4-4 Shutter Speed Set desired Shutter Speed from 1/25s to 1/10000s. When video type is PAL,the Shutter Speed can be set at 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/120, 1/150, 1/200, 1/300, 1/500, 1/750, 1/1500, 1/5000 and 1/10000s. When video type is NTSC,the Shutter Speed can be set at 1/30, 1/60, 1/100, 1/120, 1/150, 1/200, 1/300, 1/500, 1/750, 1/1500, 1/5000 and 1/10000s.
  • Page 26 R Gain, B Gain & D Gain Figure 4-7 R Gain, B Gain & D Gain Set manual gain value of R Gain, B Gain, and D Gain from 0 to 255. This function is applied for manual lens only. The red(R) gain is used to adjust the red color of the viewing image.
  • Page 27: Compression

    Back Light Compensation is a function that achieves the brightness of whole area to an optimum image level. Due to the intense light coming from the back of objects in the area expected to view, areas desired to see become dark and invisible.
  • Page 28 The user interface of Encoder No.1 is as follows: Figure 4-12 Encoder No. 1 Table below elaborates the above figure. Table 4-1 Compression Compression Item Function Choice Remark Encoder No.1 MJPEG Compression Set a default compression mode. MPEG4 Format H.264 1080P 720P 1080P is the highest resolution and,...
  • Page 29 PAL: H.264 single stream: 1080P, 720P,D1, 4CIF, CIF, VGA, QVGA@25fps MPEG4/MJPEG: VGA, QVGA,@25fps NTSC: H.264 single stream: 1080P, 720P,D1, 4CIF, CIF, VGA, QVGA @30fps MPEG4/MJPEG: VGA, QVGA,@30fps Variable bit rate Choose the Bit Rate control Rate control mode selection based on user requirements.
  • Page 30 2 The user interface of Encoder No.2 is as follows: Figure 4-13 Encoder No.2 Table below elaborates the above figure. Table 4-2 Compression Compression Item Function Choice Remark Encoder No.2 MJPEG MPEG4 Compression Set H.264, MJPEG or MPEG4 as a Format default compression mode.
  • Page 31 mode based on user requirements. constant bit rate Customized mode Low: this setting produces highest image quality while the file size increases. Compression Mid-low High: this setting produces lowest image Ratio Standard quality while the file size decreases. Mid-high High MJPEG : 3-90 ;...
  • Page 32: Mask Zone

    Mask Zone Enable button “ON”, then click “Set Mask Zone” to start mask setting. Use mouse to drag a mask rectangle on the screen, click “OK” to complete the selection. Click “Save” to enable the mask setting. Figure 4-14 Mask Zone...
  • Page 33: Alarm

    Note: Max 4 masks can be set on the screen. The maximum size of a mask is 15% of the screen. Alarm External Digital Input 1 When alarm input is connected, the camera triggers an alarm only when the normal state (open or closed) changes. Connect external devices such as sirens or flashing lights to the alarm output connector to signal users of the camera that an alarm is activated.
  • Page 34: Motion Detection Settings

    Choose Normally Open or Normally Close Figure 4-15 External Digital Input1 Motion Detection Settings This function is designed to record video when the camera detects a motion. Figure 4-16 Motion Detection Settings (For 720P Series Camera) Motion Detection : Users can choose to use this function or not by selecting “ON”...
  • Page 35: Sd Recording

    Figure 4-18 Output Hold Time Please click the “Save” button to save your settings. You can also click the left button “Reset to Default” to set all the data and Note options as defaults. SD Recording Confined SD recording priority: alarm > motion > network loss. This function is designed for storing video on the SD card.
  • Page 36: E-Mail Notification

    H.264 is the preferred source for recording. If both Encoder No.1 and Encoder No.2 are H.264, the stream will choose the s Encoder No.2 as recording source. SD recording can be enabled only when user choose the following 5 combinations. Note Encoder No.1 Encoder No.2...
  • Page 37 Email Server Settings Authentication Settings Figure 4-22 Email Server Settings Select an authentication type. 1. No Authentication: no restrict rule 2. SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is an Internet standard for electronic mail (E-mail) transmission across Internet Protocol (IP) networks. 3.
  • Page 38: Audio

    Figure 4-25 Mail to If “Send to Administrator” is set to “ON” when a motion happens, the E-mail server will always send a mail to the administrator. And E-mails can also be sent to multiple users when a motion occurs. Please click the “Save”...
  • Page 39: Network Settings

    Figure 4-27 Audio Input Audio Output Ÿ Audio Output: Set to "ON" when delivering audio to a speaker connected to the camera, Ÿ Audio Output Level: Select among High, Mid and Low Figure 4-28 Audio Output Note: Audio Input/Output can have some noise and delay. Please click the “Save”...
  • Page 40: Ftp Server

    ID>:<Password>@<ip-address> in Windows Explorer, then you will find the SD recording result. The original setting is ftp://admin:jvc@ When you’re visiting the SD recording files, date and time of record refers to the folder’ s and file’ s name. Figure 4-30 FTP Sever Settings...
  • Page 41: Rtsp

    Please click the “Save” button to save your settings. You can also click the left button “Reset to Default” to set all the data and Note options as defaults. RTSP Authentication You should enter the Login ID, Password and Password (confirm) if select “ON”.
  • Page 42: Https

    ID and password controller. However, User1~5 are allowed to review the live picture only. Without authorization, any operation will be forbidden. Ÿ The default guest’s login name and password are “ user” and “jvc”. Ÿ Enter a guest’s User ID in the User ID field. Ÿ...
  • Page 43: Date/Time

    Figure 4-36 User Setting 1 Finally, click Save to save the settings. Figure 4-37 Reset Date/Time Set Display and Synchronization Mode Figure 4-38 Date and Time The user can choose Synchronization Mode here from three different types. Set Date and Time Manually Set up the camera’s date and time in the Set Date and Time Manually field.
  • Page 44: Update

    Daylight Figure 4-41 Daylight Daylight Saving Select “ON” to activate the daylight-saving function if you are in a daylight saving time zone (effective for NTP mode only), and then choose the starting time ,ending time and time adjustment. Please click the “Save” button to save your settings. You can also click the left button “Reset to Default”...
  • Page 45: Configuration

    Configuration Video Type Users can select “NTSC” or “PAL” according requirement. Flicker by fluorescent light can be reduced by selecting PAL mode if the public power is 50Hz, or NTSC mode if the power is 60Hz. Figure 4-44 Video Type Note: Analog video output is not available.
  • Page 46: Event Log

    Network Camera Reboot This function is designed to reboot the camera. Figure 4-47 Network Camera Reboot Event Log Click the buttons to display the desired logbooks or to delete all logs. Figure 4-48 Log Browse Information FW version and MAC address will be shown. Figure 4-49 FW version and MAC address...
  • Page 47: Miscellaneous

    Miscellaneous Click the button. This camera contains free open source code. Figure 4-50 Miscellaneous...
  • Page 48: Specifications

    5 Specifications Operational Specifications Image device 1/2.7-type Mega-pixel CMOS sensor Sensitivity Color:0.6 lx, B/W: 0 lx (50%) Day/Night True D/N IR-LED Yes (IR Distance 15m) Auto Gain Control Off/On, selectable White Balance ATW (2800K~ 8500K) and Manual PAL:1/25~1/10000 sec Electric Shutter NTSC: 1/30~1/10000 sec Noise Reduction 3 Axis Gimbal s...
  • Page 49 Power Input: removable terminal block Network: RJ45 connector Connectors Audio In/out: removable terminal block Alarm In/out: removable terminal block Environmental Operating -10°C to 50°C Temperature Operating Humidity 0% to 90% Storage Temperature -20°C to 60°C © 2012 JVC KENWOOD Corporation...