06/09 New document for EQUIP V2.1 firmware release. Generally describes the functionality in the firmware of the HNVE1 Encoder. EQUIP V2.1 supersedes EQUIP V1 (document 800-02213). EQUIP V2.1 allows for another method for the NVR recording solution to communicate to the IP camera(s).
• Chapter 5, Encoder and Device Configuration, describes how to use the Web-Client application to view video and configure and run devices connected to the HNVE1 encoder. • Chapter 6, System Administration, contains information on changing passwords on the IP Utility and Web-Client, upgrading firmware on the HNVE1 encoder, and uninstalling the IP Utility and ActiveX control.
This product should be disposed of, at the end of its useful life, as per applicable local laws, regulations, and procedures. Caution When powering the HNVE1 from 24V AC, a UPS source should be considered to ensure satisfactory performance. FCC Compliance Statement Information to the User: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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Benefits The HNVE1 Encoder is a cost-effective way to leverage existing investments in analog video equipment while upgrading a video surveillance system to a networked IP solution. For new video installations, this Encoder allows you to use your choice of analog cameras to design network video systems that meet your performance needs.
Introduction System Configuration Figure 1-1 as a guide to set up your HNVE1 Encoder for a typical system configuration. Figure 1-1 System Connections PTZ dome Camera PTZ Controls (Communication) (Video) Audio In/Out RS-485 HNVE1 I+ O+ Alarm In/Out Network Network Video...
Encoder Installation This chapter contains information on connecting and configuring the HNVE1 Encoder for use with Honeywell analog video cameras such as the ACUIX™ high speed PTZ dome and digital video recorders (DVRs) such as the Fusion DVR. This chapter describes how to: •...
Honeywell CD containing this guide, the IP Utility, and EQUIP Series User Guides) Printed Quick Install Guide If any parts are missing or damaged, contact the dealer you purchased the HNVE1 from or call Honeywell Customer Service (see Warranty and Service on page 13).
When the LED flashes, then there is a connection error or no video source. Rear Panel Connectors Figure 2-2 shows the rear panels of the HNVE1. Table 2-2 lists and describes the functions of the ports, terminals, switches, and connectors.
Connect the Ethernet connector on the rear of the HNVE1 to your network using an Ethernet (10Base-T, 100Base-TX) cable. Note You can connect your HNVE1 to a network or connect it directly to a PC or laptop using a crossover cable. Connecting Audio The HNVE1 supports bi-directional audio.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Connecting Alarms WARNING! .Do not exceed the maximum rating of 12 VDC, 0.5 A on alarm output connections. The HNVE1 has one alarm input and one alarm output available to connect to peripheral devices (Figure 2-3). Figure 2-3...
When connecting a power supply, use the provided 12 VDC Power power plug or use a PoE IEEE 802.3af (Power over Ethernet) compatible hub. To avoid damage to the HNVE1, never connect more than one type of power supply at the same time.
Plug in the power supply. Use a screwdriver to first loosen the ~AC24V/DC12V terminal screws on the terminal block. The RJ45 jack LED briefly illuminates to show that the HNVE1 is receiving power. If it does not illuminate, check the connections and the power source.
Install the HNVE1 in the rack as low as possible. Mounting in a Rack Securely mount the HNVE1 in a 19 in. EIA standard rack. To mount the HNVE1 in the rack: Attach the mounting brackets (supplied) to the sides of the HNVE1 using the supplied screws.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Place the HNVE1 on a shelf in your rack (not supplied). Secure the mounting brackets to the rack using screws (not supplied). Document 800-04195 Rev B 11/09...
About the Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client About the Honeywell IP Utility The Honeywell IP Utility is a software application that is installed from a CD or downloaded from the Honeywell Systems Group website (www.honeywellvideo.com). It is installed on a local workstation and is primarily used by Administrators to configure the EQUIP Series of products residing on an IP network.
Configure compression and video analytics settings Administrator and Guest User Profiles Both the Honeywell IP Utility and the Web-Client have two user types: Administrator and Guest. However, the number of users that can log on at the same time differs.
Contact the network administrator if there are any questions regarding the local area network (LAN) or any other network related issues. Install the Honeywell IP Utility on a work station with the minimum requirements in Table 3-2. After the IP Utility is installed, the same computer work station can be used to access the Web-Client.
Locate your device in the list (for example, click Network Video Systems for an HNVE1 encoder). Under Honeywell IP Utility, download, extract and open the Honeywell IP Utility Set-up.exe icon from where you extracted the file. When the Honeywell IP Utility InstallShield Wizard opens, follow the instructions.
Select the applicable PDF to download to your computer. Logging On to the IP Utility and Discovering Network Devices To log on to the Honeywell IP Utility: From the desktop, double-click the Honeywell IP Utility icon ➤ ➤ Click Start, and then select Programs...
During the installation set up, you must log on as an Administrator to have access to all the features. Click The Honeywell IP Utility program searches for devices on the network and opens to the Honeywell IP Utility user interface. Automatically discover or manually refresh the list of devices on the network.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 3-2 IP Utility User Interface The About menu displays the software version installed From the User tab, Administrators can change the Web-Client user passwords Connect / disconnect icon Discovery icon IP Network Setting assigns...
Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client Software Connecting to or Disconnecting From Devices Before configuring the IP network settings, you must connect to the IP device. Connecting to a Device You can connect to individual Web-Client applications for each discovered device.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Table 3-4 IP Network Device Setting Options Option Description Device Name By default, the device name is the device type plus the MAC Address. It is recommended that you change the device name. IP Address The IP address of the device on the network.
Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client Software Updating IP Network Settings Manually Caution When manually updating the network settings, it is important to enter the correct IP network settings before applying them. Incorrect values may cause a failure when connecting to the device. See Table 3-4 definitions of each setting.
It is important to click Apply to save any configuration change. Log onto the Web-Client. There are two ways to launch the Web-Client and log on— via the Honeywell IP Utility Program or directly from Internet Explorer. Honeywell IP Utility Log onto the Honeywell IP Utility program.
Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client Software Figure 3-4 ActiveX Prompt Confirm that your web browser is set to accept ActiveX. Open Internet Explorer, then ➤ ➤ on your web browser menu bar, navigate to Tools Internet Options …...
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 3-6 Security Settings Follow the InstallShield Wizard prompts to install the secure Honeywell IP ActiveX on your PC. The InstallShield Wizard Completed message indicates a successful ActiveX upgrade. Click Finish. The Web-Client interface opens and live streaming video displays on the monitor.
Before You Begin Configuring Complete the following sections before configuring your HNVE1 encoder: • Encoder Installation, page • Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client Software, page This chapter covers: • Navigating the Web-Client interface and using the controls •...
Before You Begin Configuring Note The web page where you log on to the Honeywell IP Utility and any IP device web page (for example, the HNVE1 Web-Client) look very similar. You can tell the difference between the two sites by the IP address in the web browser as well as the program name in the lower left corner of the window.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 4-1 Launching the HNVE1 Web-Client from IP Utility Connect to the device, then click Launch Browser Logging Onto the Web-Client from Internet Explorer From Internet Explorer (v6.0+), type in the URL (IP address of the device) in the Address bar to open the logon window.
The Web-Client interface opens and live streaming video is displayed on the monitor. Logging Off from the Web-Client Note After you are logged onto the HNVE1 Web-Client there is no time out until you click Logout. To log off from the Web-Client application, click Logout at the top of the Web-Client window.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 4-2 Web-Client: Administrator User The URL corresponds to the The menu bar displays which user HD4DIP(X) camera IP Address is logged on and provides a link to as configured in the IP Utility.
Before You Begin Configuring Figure 4-3 Web-Client: Guest User Logging on as a Guest limits users to Live View functionality only. See Web-Client Features and Functions for more details. Web-Client Features and Functions The Web-Client can be used to: • View video and configure the encoder settings for both fixed cameras and PTZ domes •...
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Table 4-1 for a description of the functions available. Table 4-1 Tabs/Views in the Web-Client Application Enables you to... Live View View live view from both PTZ domes and fixed cameras. Select presets, start tours, and configure up to four presets for PTZ domes.
Before You Begin Configuring Figure 4-4 Example of PTZ Dome Live View Select the PTZ speed (in degrees per second). See PTZ Settings on the Live View Tab on page 49. The PTZ control takes the place of, and provides the same functionality as, a traditional keyboard controller.
Focus Near Clearly view nearby objects. PTZ Settings on the Live View Tab When a PTZ dome is installed (for example, a Honeywell ACUIX™) you can: • Move and control the PTZ dome while viewing video •...
Before You Begin Configuring Figure 4-6 PTZ Settings on the Live View Tab Set the PTZ speed that the dome moves between scenes (in degrees per second) The PTZ controls provide the same functionality as a traditional keyboard controller Configure presets and tours in the PTZ Dome Setup view before running in Live View Quick Program up to four presets...
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Saving a Preset After positioning the dome using the PTZ controls in Live View, you can quickly save that position and then continue to monitor the area. Using this method, you can store only camera presets 1-4.
Before You Begin Configuring Preset Tours In a preset tour, the PTZ dome moves from one preset to another. The PTZ dome remains at each position for a specified amount of time (dwell time) before moving to the next preset position.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Mimic Tours In a mimic tour, the dome performs recorded pan, tilt, and zoom commands. You can configure 16 mimic tours of up to 120 seconds each. For details on configuring a mimic tour, see Configuring a Mimic Tour on page 66.
IP and Firmware Settings The IP and Firmware Settings panel on the Device settings tab mirrors the information that is available in the Honeywell IP Utility. It provides read-only network and firmware settings and video formats without having to access the IP Utility.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Device Configuration Settings Figure 4-9 Device Configuration Settings on the Device Settings Tab Select Dome (PTZ controls become active) or Fixed (PTZ controls become inactive) Enter the ID number for the PTZ dome or fixed camera...
Before You Begin Configuring Video Compression Settings Figure 4-11 shows the settings on the Compression Settings tab that affect the video as it is displayed in the Web-Client. Note Some of the settings are inter-dependent and the options available will vary accordingly.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Statistics You can view the received bit rate and frame rate for the current image in real time in the Web-Client. Figure 4-13 Statistics Select Received to receive the bit rate and frame rates for the current image in real time.
Encoder and Device Configuration This chapter covers: • Configuring connected devices: • Contacts (alarms) • PTZ domes and fixed cameras • Configuring the image quality and compression settings • Configuring tamper detection settings for video analytics Configuring Connected Devices Use the Device Settings tab to configure alarm inputs and outputs, connected devices (PTZ domes and fixed cameras), and select the appropriate video termination.
Encoder and Device Configuration Alarm Outputs 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. Set the Alarm Output field as shown Figure 5-1. See Connecting Alarms on page for more information.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 5-2 Device Configuration on Device Setup Tab Video Termination Video termination is supported to optimize video quality. If you are using the video loopback function, then connect the video source to the video input port to receive analog video in the output port.
Encoder and Device Configuration Configuring a PTZ Dome The PTZ Dome Setup Tab provides access to the settings used to configure the PTZ functions. The selections made in the Board Setup tab determine which settings are available. See Table 5-1 for the settings available for each PTZ Dome protocol.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide PTZ Camera Address Settings For the PTZ dome and the HNVE1 to be able to communicate, the PTZ switch settings on the PTZ dome and the HNVE1 encoder must be the same. The PTZ dome switch settings must agree with the logical address of the PTZ ID.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Enter Use the keyboard to enter the required preset number, then press Preset Tours For a preset tour, the dome moves from one preset to another. At each preset, the dome stays for a predetermined time interval (the dwell time) before moving to another preset.
Encoder and Device Configuration Table 5-5 Example of PTZ Dome Preset Tour Programming Functions 'D' = Delete Deletes the preset tour number entered in step 'E' = Edit Returns the OSD to edit stage as described in step 'S' = Save Saves the preset tour configuration.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Opening and Displaying the Camera Menu The camera menu enables you to configure the display, diagnostic, and other related camera settings. Note The Camera Menu is available only when IntelliBus™ or Diamond protocol is selected in the Board Setup tab.
Encoder and Device Configuration Table 5-6 to set up video compression. Table 5-6 Compression Settings Setting Options Description Resolution 4CIF, 2CIF, CIF 4CIF is the highest resolution and CIF is the lowest resolution. Frame Rate 1–30 (NTSC) The frame rate that is displayed per second. For NTSC, select from 1 fps (lowest) to 30 fps (highest).
Compression Settings Tab: Bit Rate and Quality Priority Settings Configuring Audio The HNVE1 supports bi-directional audio. There are two supported voice band channels that function in full duplex mode. The HNVE1 can also receive audio from the client (PC) and output to audio devices. See Connecting Audio, page for more information.
Encoder and Device Configuration Figure 5-7 Audio Settings on the Compression Settings Tab Setting Tamper Detection Connected cameras can be configured to detect three types of sabotage detection via the Video Analytics view (see Figure 5-8): blinding the camera, blurring the video display, and tampering with the camera field of view.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Figure 5-8 Video Analytics Tab Note Select Disable in the appropriate field(s) (default setting) to turn off video blur, camera blind, of field of view change detection. Figure 5-9 Video Analytics Message To clear the alarm message, click Reset Scene.
Parity Bits settings range from None, Odd, Even. Note For the PTZ dome and the HNVE1 to be able to communicate, the PTZ switch settings on the PTZ dome and the HNVE1 encoder must be the same. See Configuring a PTZ Dome...
System Administration This chapter covers: • Working with passwords • Upgrading the firmware to your EQUIP Series HNVE1 encoder • Uninstalling the Honeywell IP Utility and secure IP ActiveX Changing Passwords Changing the Honeywell IP Utility User Password To change a user password: From the desktop, double-click the Honeywell IP Utility icon ➤...
Type a case-sensitive New Password, and then re-type it in the Verify Password field. Click Apply to change the password for the selected user. Changing the Web-Client Password Using Honeywell IP Utility To change a Web-Client password: Log onto the Honeywell IP Utility application.
I Agree to reach the downloads page. Locate your device in the list. Under Honeywell IP Firmware, click the applicable link to download the firmware file to your computer. Log onto the Honeywell IP Utility application. Discover and connect to the device.
System Administration Uninstalling the Honeywell IP Utility You can uninstall the IP Utility and Honeywell ActiveX software using the Start menu or the Windows Control Panel. Note When removing the IP Utility, you are given the option to uninstall Bonjour with the IP Utility.
Troubleshooting Technical Support Prior to calling Honeywell technical support, refer to the following topics for possible solutions to problems with your HNVE1. To contact the Honeywell Video Systems technical support team, call 1-800-796-2288 (North America only) or send an e-mail to HVSsupport@honeywell.com.
Troubleshooting Table A-1 Troubleshooting Solutions Symptom Possible Cause Possible Solution There is no power. • The power cord may not be Firmly insert the power plug firmly into connected correctly. the outlet. • The power plug may not be firmly plugged into an outlet.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Table A-1 Troubleshooting Solutions Symptom Possible Cause Possible Solution Problems with IP Addresses • The IP Address on the NETWORK • The private address should be page may be incorrect. within the following ranges: 10.0.0.0 ~ 10.255.255.255...
OFF. • Release the muting. • The audio received by the recorder is muted. If you require technical support, please contact Honeywell Technical Support (see the back cover of this guide for contact information).
Reference Information This appendix includes information on dimensions, specifications, and the HNVE1 shipping list. Note Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications Table B-1 Technical Specifications Operational NTSC Video Standard NTSC PTZ Protocols Pelco P, Pelco D, Diamond, IntelliBus...
Reference Information Video Resolution 4CIF: 704 x 480 4CIF: 704 x 576 VGA: 640 x 480 2CIF: 704 x 288 2CIF: 704 x 240 CIF: 352 x 288 CIF: 352 x 240 SIF: 320 x 460 SIF: 320 x 240 QCIF: 176 x 140 Networking 10/100 Base-T Ethernet...
Glossary APIPA Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA). Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) A zero configuration networking technique that automatically creates a usable IP network (implemented as part of the Bonjour protocol). DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) A client-server networking protocol that provides a mechanism for the allocation of IP addresses to client hosts.
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide Index ActiveX DC power connector installing device uninstalling connecting 33, administrator, privileges disconnecting alarm settings 54, discovering alarms, connecting name APIPA address DHCP address audio settings disconnecting, from IP Utility audio, connecting auto device discovery...
network settings, configuring PTZ control settings Auto Focus IP Utility Auto Iris about configuring a preset tour disconnecting Focus Far discovering devices 31, Focus Near Iris Close installing Iris Open logging on Zoom In logging out Zoom Out uninstalling PTZ controls user interface PTZ dome settings 49, user profiles...
HNVE1 V2.1 1-Channel Encoder Reference Guide video compression settings Web-Client video settings about changing password compression settings launching and logging on/off viewing live website Document 800-04195 Rev B 11/09...