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VA-80LAN
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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  • Page 1 VA-80LAN INSTRUCTION MANUAL Option Board ( Network...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents ................1 Instruction ..................2 ■ System requirements ................. 2 Flow of Camera Operation through to Network Operation ..3 ■ User names and operating privileges ..........3 Configuring the TCP/IP Settings on PC .........4 Accessing the Camera ..............6 ■...
  • Page 3: Instruction

    Instruction This option board (Network) is an extension board that allows you to connect Sanyo’s color CCD camera to your network. After installing the option board on the camera, you can view live video from the camera using Web browser on your PC.
  • Page 4: Flow Of Camera Operation Through To Network Operation

    Flow of Camera Operation through to Network Operation For detailed instructions on individual procedures, refer to the pages shown below. 1 Installing the option board on the camera Refer to the supplied “INSTALLATION MANUAL” for how to install the option board on the camera and make connection using LAN cables.
  • Page 5: Configuring The Tcp/Ip Settings On Pc

    Configuring the TCP/IP Settings on PC Perform the appropriate TCP/IP settings on your PC in accordance with your operating system. (The following setting example is for Windows XP.) In the [Control Panel], click [Network and Right-click on the LAN interface Internet Connections].
  • Page 6 Configuring the TCP/IP Settings on PC Click [Properties]. Preparing the Web Browser for Accessing the Camera [General] tab appears in the [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties] dialog box. Web browser is required to access the camera. Install Internet Explorer Ver.6.0 or higher on your PC. Select the [Use the following IP In the cases below, perform the Internet Explorer’s address:] radio button and complete the...
  • Page 7: Accessing The Camera

    Accessing the Camera Start the Web browser. Select the language used for display, and click the [SET] button. To access the camera, Internet Explorer Ver.6.0 or higher is required. Available languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese Note: When Internet Explorer is used for accessing the camera, the number of images sent from the camera may be limited.
  • Page 8: Accessing The Camera Using The Upnp Connection (For Windows Xp Only)

    “ON” (see page 25). window: • The factory setting value is “ON”. SANYO Camera - (camera title) In the (camera title) section above, the title specified for the camera in [TITLE] field of the [NETWORK SETTINGS] screen appears.
  • Page 9: Monitoring Live Video In The Main Screen

    Monitoring Live Video In The Main Screen 1 Control Panel (See pages 9 - 10) 3 Video display area Used to perform remote operation of the camera. The live video from the camera is displayed. 2 Camera title (See page 13) 4 DATE (See page 14) The camera title specified in the [NETWORK The date and time specified in the [CLOCK...
  • Page 10: Using The Main Screen

    Using The Main Screen ■ How To Use the Control Panel Operations in the control panel are limited to an administrative user (admin). 1 Camera control buttons Control Panel Changes the camera orientation toward the direction indicated by arrow mark. (The camera control buttons cannot be operated while the camera configuration menu is displayed.)
  • Page 11: Other Operations

    Using The Main Screen ■ Other operations 4 PICTURE QUALITY Specifies the video quality at five levels. Note: If [PRE/POST] is set at other than “0%/100%” on the [IMAGE TRANSFER SETTINGS] screen, the values of [RESOLUTION] and [PICTURE QUALITY] cannot be changed.
  • Page 12: Establishing Voice Communication

    Establishing Voice Communication You can establish bi-directional voice communication between the camera and PC. <Camera → PC> Voice control buttons You can view live video with voice because the voice picked up by the microphone on the camera side is In order to operate these buttons, configure the output to the PC speakers.
  • Page 13: Selecting The Operating Conditions

    Selecting the Operating Conditions (“admin” only) When you click the [MAIN SETTINGS] button on the control panel, the menu buttons for an administrative user (“admin”) are displayed. Clicking each button displays the corresponding configuration screen. 1 NETWORK (See page 13) 5 SCHEDULE (See pages 21 - 23) Used for configuring the communication settings Used for configuring the scheduling preferences,...
  • Page 14: Network Settings

    NETWORK SETTINGS (“admin” only) 1 TITLE 8 SSL Specifies the camera title. Select “ON” when you want to use the SSL encryption for the video signal. The title specified here appears in the main screen and is inserted into the alarm notification e-mail. 9 PORT NUMBER The title can be up to 16 alphanumeric characters.
  • Page 15: Clock Settings

    CLOCK SETTINGS (“admin” only) [REFRESH] button 1 CLOCK SET 5 NTP settings Set the date and time for the clock built into the The following configurations can be made only when camera. the [CLOCK ADJUST] preference is set to “ON (NTP)”.
  • Page 16: E-Mail Settings

    E-MAIL SETTINGS (“admin” only) 1 SEND MESSAGE 4 RECIPIENT MAIL ADDRESS When sending the e-mail, set this value to Specifies the recipient’s e-mail address to “ON”. which the e-mail is sent. You can specify up to five e-mail addresses. 2 Mail server configuration 1 Type the recipient’s e-mail address and The following mail server information is check the check box to the left of the...
  • Page 17 E-MAIL SETTINGS (“admin” only) 6 ALARM 7 TIMER Specifies the settings of the alarm notification e-mail Specifies the preferences for sending notification sent when the alarm condition is detected. e-mail using the timer. 1 Alarm notification e-mail preference E-mails are sent automatically at the interval specified in [TX RATE].
  • Page 18: Image Transfer Settings

    IMAGE TRANSFER SETTINGS (“admin” only) ■ For HTTP connection When you want to record or play the video in HTTP mode, use the separately ordered “VA-SW3050” recorder/player software. The recording configuration will be made on the VA-SW3050 screen. When the alarm settings are configured on “VA-SW3050”, the HTTP mode is automatically selected in the [IMAGE TRANSMISSION] setting and the FTP mode cannot be used.
  • Page 19: For Ftp Connection

    IMAGE TRANSFER SETTINGS (“admin” only) ■ For FTP connection 1 IMAGE TRANSMISSION 2 Configuring the FTP information Set the image transfer mode to “FTP”. The following FTP information is specified in these setting items. • PORT NUMBER Please set the same number as the control port number configured on the server side.
  • Page 20 Depending on the shooting conditions, the If the CAMERA ID is not configured, number of images that are transferred will “sanyo” and “alarm” are substituted as differ. the file name and folder name When the [BUFFER SIZE] setting is set to respectively.
  • Page 21 Note: If the CAMERA ID is not configured, “sanyo” and “timer” are substituted as the file name and folder name respectively. • OVERWRITE Configures whether or not to overwrite file data transmitted to the FTP server.
  • Page 22: Schedule Settings

    SCHEDULE SETTINGS (“admin” only) The schedule function works according to the time set on the option board (the time displayed in the main screen). After you turn on/off the camera, configure the exact time on the CLOCK SETTING screen. ■ SCHEDULE Specify the schedule for sending the notification e-mail using the timer and sending the alarm notification.
  • Page 23: Auto Mode Schedule

    SCHEDULE SETTINGS (“admin” only) ■ AUTO MODE SCHEDULE The auto-mode function operates the camera at the scheduled time automatically according to the specified operation pattern. You can specify up to two auto-mode operation patterns per day. 1 Day of the week (WEEK) 5 [PASTE] button Enables/disables the schedule function and Replaces the row where the [PASTE] button is...
  • Page 24: Holiday Settings

    SCHEDULE SETTINGS (“admin” only) ■ HOLIDAY SETTINGS Specifies the dates you want to treat as holidays. 1 HOLIDAY Specifies the day of the week you want to treat as holiday. The default setting is [SUN]. 2 MONTH/DAY Specifies the dates you want to treat as holidays. For the date specified here, regardless of the actual day of the week, the same operation schedule as the day of the week specified in [HOLIDAY] will be...
  • Page 25: Audio Settings

    AUDIO SETTINGS (“admin” only) 1 Settings for voice reception 3 AUDIO PORT NUMBER Set the number of the port for voice • AUDIO INPUT communications. Sets whether or not to input voice from the camera. Note: Set to “ON” to listen to voice. •...
  • Page 26: Option Settings

    OPTION SETTINGS (“admin” only) Version number 1 UPnP Note: When you access the camera through the • Neither make any operations on the screen UPnP connection, make sure that the [UPnP] nor turn power off while the “LOADING option is set to “ON” (factory setting value). FIRMWARE FILE...”...
  • Page 27: Changing The Camera Settings

    Changing the Camera Settings (“admin” only) Clicking on the control panel displays the on-screen camera configuration menu. You can change the monitoring and operation preferences stored in the camera through the network connection. (You cannot change the TOUR operation preferences on this menu.) MEMO: The menus displayed depend on the camera model.
  • Page 28: Settings List

    Settings List Screen Setting menu Options Language selection ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, ESPAÑOL, Display language screen JAPANESE NTSC 180 x 120, 360 x 240, 720 x 240, 640 x 480, 720 x 480, 640 x 480DFFC, 720 x 480DFFC RESOLUTION 180 x 143, 360 x 286, 720 x 286, 640 x 480, 720 x 572, 640 x 480DFFC, Main screen 720 x 572DFFC...
  • Page 29 Settings List Screen Setting menu Options [MAIN SETTINGS] screens ALARM OFF, ON, SCHEDULE SUBJECT – (up to 32 characters) TEXT – (up to 64 characters) TIMER OFF, ON, SCHEDULE E-MAIL SUBJECT – (up to 32 characters) SETTINGS TEXT – (up to 64 characters) 1MIN, 2MIN, 3MIN, 4MIN, 5MIN, 10MIN, 15MIN, 30MIN, TX RATE 1HOUR, 2HOUR, 3HOUR, 4HOUR, 5HOUR, 6HOUR,...
  • Page 30 Settings List Screen Setting menu Options [MAIN SETTINGS] screens ALARM NTSC 180 x 120, 360 x 240, 720 x 240, 640 x 480, 720 x 480, 640 x 480DFFC, 720 x 480DFFC RESOLUTION 180 x 143, 360 x 286, 720 x 286, 640 x 480, 720 x 572, 640 x 480DFFC, 720 x 572DFFC BASIC, NORMAL, ENHANCED, FINE, QUALITY...
  • Page 31 Settings List Screen Setting menu Options [MAIN SETTINGS] screens AUDIO INPUT OFF, ON MIC SENSITIVITY -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3, +4 FILTER (500Hz) OFF, ON (-3dB), ON (-6dB) AUDIO OUTPUT OFF, ON AUDIO SETTINGS OUTPUT LEVEL -1, 0, +1, +2 PAN/TILT OFF, ON MUTE...
  • Page 32: Openssl License

    OpenSSL License The following license is applied to OpenSSL. LICENSE ISSUES ============== The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit. See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses.
  • Page 33 OpenSSL License Original SSLeay License ----------------------- /* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) * All rights reserved. * This package is an SSL implementation written * by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). * The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL. * This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as * the following conditions are aheared to.
  • Page 34: Specifications

    10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (RJ45 connector) Protocol TCP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, NTP, DHCP, FTP, UPnP Simultaneous access Maximum 16 users (admin: 1 user) capacity Security BASIC authentication (ID/password), SSL supported (Image only) Printed on recycled paper 1AC6P1P3016-- SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. L9EBF/WA (1206KP-SY)