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Mitsubishi Electric NM-C130FD Installation And Operation Manual

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  • Page 2 This unit complies with the requirements of the EC Directive 2004/108/EC, “EMC Directive”. The requirements for the susceptibility according to EN 55024 and the requirements for interference according to EN 55022 are observed for the operation on residential areas, business, light industrial premises and in small scale enterprises, inside as well as outside of the building.
  • Page 3 2006/66/EC Article 20 Information for end-users and Annex II. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and/or reused. This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators, at their end-of life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep these instructions. 3. Heed all warnings. 4. Follow all instructions. 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. 6. Clean only with dry cloth. 7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 8.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Product Introduction........................- 1 -  1.1 Features ..........................- 1 -  1.2 Operation Requirements ....................- 2 -  2. NETWORK CAMERA INSTALLATION..................- 3 -  2.1 Package Contents ......................- 3 -  2.2 Base Installation ........................- 3 -  2.3 Basic Configuration Dome Network Camera System ............- 6 -  2.4 Connecting Wiring ......................- 6 - ...
  • Page 6 3.1.9 MOTION DET ......................- 22 -  3.1.10 END ........................- 23 -  4. Operation by Web Browser.......................- 24 -  4.1 Connecting the NETWORK CAMERA by Web Browser ..........- 24 -  4.2 Real-Time Monitoring ......................- 24 -  4.3 NETWORK CAMERA Setting..................- 25 -  4.3.1 Video Setting ......................- 25 - ...
  • Page 7: Product Introduction

    1. Product Introduction The camera provides high-quality images using SONY CCD technology especially designed for closed-circuit television (CCTV) and security surveillance applications. The NETWORK CAMERA supports the operation through the network. 1.1 Features • High resolution and high performance 1/3" SONY Super HAD CCD Technology. •...
  • Page 8: Operation Requirements

    1.2 Operation Requirements - 2 -...
  • Page 9: Network Camera Installation

    2. NETWORK CAMERA INSTALLATION 2.1 Package Contents The package contains the following. Dome Camera …………………………..…………….. 1 Quick Guide …………………………………………..1 Accessory kit for installing Dome Camera ………….. 1 Template sheet ……………………..………………….. 1 Safety wire ………………………………….………….. 1 RJ-45 Coupler ………………………………………….. 1 CD ……………………………………..…………………..
  • Page 10 [Installation] 1. Make mounting holes and cable hole in the place (ceiling) to which this dome camera is installed using the supplied template sheet. ARNING HE TOTAL MASS OF THE MAIN UNIT IS APPROX HECK WHETHER THE CEILING TO WHICH THE AMERA IS INSTALLED IS STRONG ENOUGH TO HOLD THE UNIT MASS F NOT AMERA COULD FALL...
  • Page 11 2. Extract each wire through the cable hole and wire the supplied power. 3. Attach the safety wire for securing the dome camera to ceiling or structure not to fall. 4. Unlock 4 torx screws on the dome cover and lock the dome base firmly with supplied 4 fixing screws.
  • Page 12: Basic Configuration Dome Network Camera System

    2.3 Basic Configuration Dome Network Camera System 2.4 Connecting Wiring 2.4.1 Connecting Video out connector Connect the video out (BNC) connector to the monitor or video input. - 6 -...
  • Page 13: Connecting Network

    2.4.2 Connecting Network The Dome Network Camera supports the operation through the network. Therefore, it is necessary to connect a standard RJ-45 cable to it. Generally a cross cable is used for directly connection to PC, while a direct cable is used for connection to a hub. 2.4.3 Connecting Audio in/out connector The Dome Network Camera enable voice transceiving through the audio input/output module...
  • Page 14: Network Camera Ip Assignment

    2.5 NETWORK CAMERA IP Assignment Dome Network Camera that is first connected to network basically has no IP address. So, it is necessary to allocate the IP address of Dome Network Camera with an IP allocation program. Open the program folder installed with the provided CD and execute “IP Setting Utility”. 1.
  • Page 15: Operating Camera (analog Mode)

    3. OPERATING CAMERA (Analog Mode) 3.1 SETTINGS Settings can be made using the 5 buttons located on the back of the camera. <MAIN MENU> ►WB CAM SET SPECIAL D&N MOTION DET 3.1.1 Main Menu 1. The MAIN MENU is displayed on the monitor when press the ENTER button. 2.
  • Page 16 3. Press the LEFT or RIGHT button if you wish to change mode. • When the LEFT or RIGHT button is pressed, available values and modes are displayed in order. Please keep pressing the button until you get to the mode you wish to operate. 4.
  • Page 17 NOTE: Under the following conditions the WHITE BALANCE function may not operate properly. In such cases, please select the AWC mode. When the object's surroundings have a very high color temperature. (eg. A clear sky and sunset) When the object's surroundings are dark If the camera directly faces a fluorescent light or is installed in a place where there are considerable changes in illumination, the WHITE BALANCE function may become unstable.
  • Page 18 3.1.3 AE Press the MENU button to access the "AE" mode. AUTO EXPOSURE ① --------------------- MODE -AUTO ● BRIGHTNESS |--------|--------| 1 ~70 ● END -SHUTTER ● SHUTTER X128 ~ 1/120,000 ● END -FLK ② --------------------- -HIGH ● BRIGHTNESS |--------|--------| 1 ~70 ●...
  • Page 19 ① MODE AUTO Auto control of the shutter speed can be achieved. When AUTO mode is on, the speed is controlled automatically according to the brightness of the screen. • BRIGHTNESS LEVEL: Adjust the "BRIGHTNESS" to the desired by using LEFT or RIGHT button.
  • Page 20 ③ LENS Automatic control of the brightness level through the intensity of radiation. MANUAL Available by using manual lens. • LEVEL: Adjust the brightness level by pressing the LEFT or RIGHT button at the DC's submenu. Level setting is available only by using the DC IRIS lens. Then put the A/I LENS selection switch on the side of the camera in the "DC"...
  • Page 21 ④ SENS-UP (Low illuminance) SENS UP helps maintain a bright, clear screen image by automatically detecting changes in the level of light in low light level conditions. The function does not operate. AUTO Low light level auto mode. X2 ~ X128 NOTE: When SHUTTER is in the manual mode, SENS UP does not operate.
  • Page 22 3.1.4 BLC Press the MENU button to access the "BLC" mode. ① --------------------------- LEVEL LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH / OFF ② --------------------------- Prevents such a back light effect to secure a clear image under all illumination environments. ① LEVEL LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH / OFF ②...
  • Page 23 ① TITLE Select the camera TITLE that may be composed of letters, numbers, special texts, or a combination of these up to 15 digits. → Move to left ← Move to right Erase all character Change the position of the title (If you want to change the position of the title, press ENTER button at the POS.
  • Page 24 3.1.6 SPECIAL Press the MENU button to access the "SPECIAL" mode. SPECIAL ① ---------------- SHARPNESS -OFF ● LEVEL |--------|--------| 1 ~31 ● END ② ---------------- MIRROR OFF / ON ③ ---------------- -INT ④ ---------------- PRIVACY -OFF ● AREA SEL AREA1 / AREA2 / AREA3 / AREA 4 ●...
  • Page 25 ② MIRROR ON: Sets a horizontal image inversion. OFF: Cancels the inversion. ③ SYNC Two SYNCHRONIZATION modes are available INTERNAL and EXTERNAL LINE-LOCK. In LINE-LOCK mode, it synchronizes the video signal between cameras without a synchronous generator. The line-lock synchronization is only used in the areas of 60Hz (NTSC Models) / 50Hz (PAL Models) This mode is necessary for using the internal synchronization.
  • Page 26 LEFT Adjust the LEFT of the selected AREA by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. RIGHT Adjust the RIGHT of the selected AREA by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. RETURN to SPECIAL MENU. ⑤ END RETURN to MAIN MENU 3.1.7 D&N Press the MENU button to access the "D&N"...
  • Page 27 NOTE: When the AGC is turned off, AUTO does not operate. When an infrared light is used, there may be a problem with focusing. 3.1.8 DNR Press the MENU button to access the "DNR" mode. ① ---------------------------- LEVEL LOW / MIDDLE / HIGH / OFF ②...
  • Page 28 NOTE: When AGC is turned off, DNR does not operate. 3.1.9 MOTION DET Press the MENU button to access the "MOTION DET" mode. MOTION DETECTION ① ---------------- AREA SEL AREA1 / AREA2 / AREA3 / AREA4 ② ---------------- AREA STATE OFF / ON ③...
  • Page 29 ④ DOWN Adjust the DOWN of the selected AREA by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. ⑤ LEFT Adjust the LEFT of the selected AREA by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. ⑥ RIGHT Adjust the RIGHT of the selected AREA by using the LEFT or RIGHT button. ⑦...
  • Page 30: Operation By Web Browser

    4. Operation by Web Browser 4.1 Connecting the NETWORK CAMERA by Web Browser ●Execute the Web Browser on the PC. ●Enter the Network Camera address on the address window of the Web Brower and execute it. Ex) (If the Network Camera has no IP address or its IP address is wrong, users will fail to connect the Network Camera.
  • Page 31: Network Camera Setting

    In case of real-time monitoring with the Web Browser, one Network Camera will be connected to just one Web Browser. However, this case is not suitable for monitoring various screens at the same time. If users are to monitor various images at the same time, please contact your dealer. □HTTP tunnel mode When the screen is not indicated, check.
  • Page 32 Basic Setting Image Appearance Resolution It enables users to determine a basic screen size when having an access through the Web Browser or PC program. The screen size control comes in four modes like D1, 640 X 480, 320 X 240, and 160 X 128. Users can reset the selected screen size anytime while monitoring the screen on a real-time basis.
  • Page 33 BCS Adjust Brightness The screen brightness can be adjusted from 0 to 255 stages, and the default is 128. The brightness may differ depending on the equipment and PC monitor status. Contrast The screen contrast can be adjusted from 0 to 127 stages, and the default is 73. The contrast may differ depending on the equipment and PC monitor status.
  • Page 34: Audio Setting

    4.3.2 Audio Setting Basic Setting Users can use a microphone and speaker by using the audio function. Audio Setting □ Enable: Checks to activate the Audio function. Compression type Users can increase a transmission rate or enhance a tone quality by selecting an audio compression mode.
  • Page 35: Alarm Setting

    4.3.3 Alarm Setting Alarm In Setting This function enables users to conduct the alarm input/output setting and event setting. Motion Detection Setting Motion information is processed by splitting the screen into 64 areas. Each area can be selected by clicking with the mouse, and green point shown in the selected area. The area which uses the motion information as an event is shown green point, while the area which does not use the information is indicated empty.
  • Page 36 Enable down FPS This feature decreases frame rate to about 1 FPS when no motion event occurs, while operates with the frame rate set in this item when a motion event occurs. Alarm Out Setting Upon the alarm occurrence, this function enables users to receive a mailing or ftp service to the mail address designated by users.
  • Page 37 SMPT(eMail) Setting □ Enable: Checks to activate the SMPT(EMail) function. Sender: Enter an eMail address to send a mail. Receiver list: Enter up to 10 eMail addresses to receive a mail. EMail test: Enter an eMail address to test for sending a mail. Test button: Test for sending a mail with a value entered.
  • Page 38 Event Setup IN-OUT Mapping By connecting the Alarm OUT operations to the events occurred from the Alarm IN, users can send an EMail or FTP Server. Alarm IN Alarm IN comes in Motion. Alarm OUT EMail: Send an email to events occurred from the Alarm IN. FTP: Sends the captured picture to FTP by the event which occurs from Alarm input.
  • Page 39: System Setting

    4.3.4 System Setting Users Setting This Network Camera’s Authority Policy 1. Anonymous User Access Permit Mode This mode enables any anonymous users to have an access to the Network Camera to monitor and set it. 2. Anonymous User Access Denial Mode Upon selecting this mode, the Network Camera operates in two authority groups.
  • Page 40 When using the user account, users have to try log-in at every access. Administrator Setting User name: Enter a user name for the administrator use. Password: Enter the password for the administrator use. User List Setting Show a registered user account. Add User Enter a user name and password to be added, and register them by pressing the “Add”...
  • Page 41 Modify User Information After selecting a user to be corrected and changing its name and password, press the ‘modify’ button to reflect the corrected information. Delete User Account After selecting a user to be deleted, delete it by pressing the “Remove” button. Date &...
  • Page 42 Date & Time Current Time Date: Indicate a current day, month, and year. Time: Indicate a current day, month, and year. Time zone Time Zone: Select a time zone to be used. □ Automatically adjust for daylight saving time changes: Check it if users are to apply the Summer Time.
  • Page 43 Basic Setting Basic settings for IP, DNS, Host Name, and Port are possible, and possibly works as a adjustment role in reducing the overload of network bandwidth in use, by applying Network traffic capability. IP address Configuration Obtain IP address via DHCP: Obtain an IP through the DHCP automatically. Use Following IP address: Users enter a Network Camera IP directly.
  • Page 44 Host Name Configuration Obtain Host Name via DHCP: Obtain a Network Camera name from the DHCP automatically. Use Following Host Name: Users enter a Network Camera name directly. Services HTTP port: Enter a port to receive a service through the HTTP. Default Port Number is ‘80’.
  • Page 45 Internet Dynamic DNS When using the high-speed Internet with the telephone or cable network, users can operate the Network Camera even on the floating IP environment in which IPs are changed at every access. Users should receive an account and password by visiting a DDNS service like
  • Page 46 RTP Setting Have a setting for sending and receiving an audio or video on a real-time basis. Stream RTP after camera start-up Enter a destination IP and Port to send movie data automatically through the RTP while the Network Camera has booting. Send to DHCP server IP: Send movie data to the DHCP server.
  • Page 47 Once the multi stream function is checked, the MPEG profile setting will be changed to the Advanced Simple Profile. RTSP/RTP settings Perform a multicast setting to send a video and audio to multiple users. (Up to 10 users) RTP destination IP Disable Multicast: Do no use the multicast.
  • Page 48 Maintenance Maintain Server < Restart > Restart the Network Camera. < Userset > Initialize a user setting value of audio/video, alarm, etc. < Restore > Restore all the values except a network-related setting to a basic value. < Default > Restore all the setting values to a basic value. Upgrade Server Carry out the upgrade by importing an upgrade file and pressing the ‘Upgrade’...
  • Page 49 Program Support Information Troubleshooting When problems occur during operation, please consult with an installer. Server Report If its support is requested, please attach a server report. Log & Report Users can check the system log and server report. - 43 -...
  • Page 50 Logs Reports Logs Server Reports Parameter List Users can check the log Users can check a Users can check a for Network Camera server report by clicking parameter by clicking operation by clicking the the < Server Report >. the < Parameter List >. <...
  • Page 51: Help

    4.4 Help The Help information window will be provided as a popup window so that users can open and read it without a need for log-in. It will offer a description on setting and Help page by which users can manipulate the Camera without a reference to the manual.
  • Page 52: Appendix

    5. Appendix 5.1 Troubleshooting If problems occur, verify the installation of the Network Camera with the instructions in this manual and with other operating equipment. Isolate the problem to the specific piece of equipment in the system and refer to the equipment manual for further information. PROBLEM AREA TO CHECK Nothing appears on the...
  • Page 53: Product Specifications

    5.3 Product Specifications - 47 -...
  • Page 54 Fax: +39 (039)-605 3214 Fax: +44 (1707)-278 541 The Netherlands GERMANY Mitsubishi Electric Benelux Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. A Division of Mitsubishi Electric Europe German Branch Office B.V. Electric Visual Systems Niiverheidsweg 23A, 3611 RP Mijdresht Netherlands Gothaer Str. 8 40880 Ratingen...

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