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EQUIP™ Series
Indoor Fixed Mini Dome

Network Camera

NTSC / PAL
HD3MDIP
HD3MDIPX

User Guide

Document 800-04132V1 – Rev A – 01/10

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  • Page 1: Network Camera

    EQUIP™ Series Indoor Fixed Mini Dome Network Camera NTSC / PAL HD3MDIP HD3MDIPX User Guide Document 800-04132V1 – Rev A – 01/10...
  • Page 2 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 09/09 New document for HD3MDIP/X release. Generally describes the functionality in the firmware of the HD3MDIP/X camera. V1 A 01/10 New version number and release date.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    About the Honeywell IP Utility ........29...
  • Page 4 User Profiles ......... . . 44 Logging On and Off the HD3MDIP/X IP Web-Client ......44 Launching the Web-Client from IP Utility .
  • Page 5: Figures

    Figure 3-2 Honeywell IP Utility Log On Window ......33 Figure 3-3 Honeywell IP Utility User Interface.
  • Page 6 Figures...
  • Page 7: Tables

    Audio and Alarm Connector PIN Definitions ......19 Table 3-1 User Profiles for Honeywell IP Utility and the Web-Client ....30 Table 3-2 PC Minimum System Requirements .
  • Page 8 Tables...
  • Page 9: About This Document

    About This Document This document introduces the Honeywell HD3MDIP/X True Day/Night Indoor Network Camera. It covers how to install and operate the HD3MDIP/X in a network environment. This document is intended for system installers, administrators, and operators. Overview of Contents This document contains the following chapters and appendixes: •...
  • Page 10: Cautions And Warnings

    Cautions and Warnings THIS SYMBOL INDICATES CAUTION THAT DANGEROUS VOLTAGE RISK OF CONSTITUTING A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK ELECTRIC SHOCK IS DO NOT OPEN PRESENT WITHIN THE UNIT. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF THIS SYMBOL INDICATES ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THAT IMPORTANT OPERATING THE COVER.
  • Page 11: Manufacturer's Declaration Of Conformance

    Warranty and Service Subject to the terms and conditions listed on the Product warranty, during the warranty period Honeywell will repair or replace, at its sole option, free of charge, any defective products returned prepaid. In the event you have a problem with any Honeywell product, please call Customer Service at 1.800.796.CCTV for assistance or to request a Return Merchandise...
  • Page 12 Prior authorization must be obtained for all returns, exchanges, or credits. Items shipped to Honeywell without a clearly identified Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number may be refused.
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction Honeywell HD3MDIP/X color network cameras provide high picture quality remote video surveillance over a network connection. See Table 1-1 for descriptions of the camera models. Table 1-1 Fixed Mini Dome Network Camera Model Numbers Model number Description HD3MDIP True Day/Night 720p, 3.3 – 12 mm VFAI Lens NTSC HD3MDIPX True Day/Night 720p, 3.3 –...
  • Page 14 Introduction...
  • Page 15: Installation And Setup

    Unpack Everything Check that the items received match those listed on the order form and packing slip. The HD3MDIP/X packing box should include, in addition to a Quick Install Guide: • One fully-assembled HD3MDIP/X camera, including factory-installed BNC connector for local video out aim and focus •...
  • Page 16: Equipment Required

    Wire cutters Overview of Installation Procedure Note Please familiarize yourself with the installation procedure and complete each step in the exact sequence given. The initial installation of an HD3MDIP/X camera consists of the following steps: Step See … Preparation page 18 Connect the wiring.
  • Page 17: Camera Components And Functions

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Camera Components and Functions The HD3MDIP/X Network Camera consists of a fully-integrated enclosure with camera and lens. The wiring can be completely concealed to reduce the risk of tampering. Figure 2-1 HD3MDIP/X Camera Components Cover plate...
  • Page 18: Camera Installation

    Installation and Setup Camera Installation Preparing the Camera Rotate the bubble counterclockwise until it Skirt disconnects. Pull the turret to remove it. Rotate the camera counterclockwise until it disconnects from the skirt. Camera Set aside the bubble, turret, and camera. Turret Bubble Preparing the Mounting Surface...
  • Page 19: Connecting The Wires

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Pre-drill the holes as indicated on the template, using the recommended hole size for the screws being used. Note Other fasteners (preferably stainless steel) can be used, provided they are not larger than the screw holes on the mounting template.
  • Page 20: Figure 2-4 Normal Alarm States

    Do not exceed the maximum rating of 12 VDC, 0.5 A on alarm output connections. The HD3MDIP/X network camera has one alarm input and one alarm output. Connect mechanical or electrical switches to the alarm input connection to allow event-triggered recording.
  • Page 21: Connecting Power

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Connecting Power WARNING! The use of a CSA Certified/UL Listed Class 2 power supply is required to ensure compliance with electrical safety standards. Note Check the power source from the external power supply before applying power to the camera.
  • Page 22: Figure 2-6 Camera And Cables

    Installation and Setup Figure 2-6 Camera and Cables RJ45 Ethernet network connection (using 10Base T or 100Base TX cable). See Connecting to a Network via an RJ-45 Ethernet Connector , page Also for Power over Ethernet (PoE 802.3af) Connector Strip Audio: Input/Output Alarm: Input/Output 24 VAC power...
  • Page 23: Connecting To A Video Monitor

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Caution Installation must be performed by a qualified electrician. The power wire size for the distance and the number of cameras must be determined to maintain 24 VAC at each camera. Connecting to a Video Monitor...
  • Page 24: Mounting The Camera

    Installation and Setup Mounting the Camera Surface Mount Skirt Secure the skirt to the ceiling or wall using the appropriate screws (supplied). Screws (supplied) Connect the wires (see Connecting the Wires on page 19). Camera Rotate and align the camera assembly assembly yellow label with the skirt yellow label.
  • Page 25: Restore Factory Defaults

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Flush Mount (with or 4S box (not supplied and optional) without 4S box) Use the screws (supplied) to Adapter plate connect the adapter plate directly Screws to the ceiling or wall. (supplied) Use your own screws to connect...
  • Page 26: Adjusting The Lens Focus

    Installation and Setup Adjust the gimbal assembly to the desired view. Re-tighten the locking screw to lock the gimbal assembly in place. Note Orient the camera as shown in Figure 2-8 to maintain the correct picture orientation. Figure 2-8 Gimbal Adjustment Angle view Top view Setscrew (loosen to...
  • Page 27: Securing The Enclosure Cover

    Install the bubble when you have set up your camera and completed the network connections (see Chapter 3, Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software). Place the enclosure cover on the camera with the tabs to the left of the slots, then turn it clockwise until the tabs click securely into place.
  • Page 28 Installation and Setup...
  • Page 29: Installing The Honeywell Ip Utility And Hd3Mdip/X Web-Client Software

    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 primarily used by Administrators to configure the EQUIP Series of products residing on an IP network.
  • Page 30: About The Web-Client

    • Configure compression settings. • Configure alarm and audio settings. User Profiles: Honeywell IP Utility and Web-Client Both the Honeywell IP Utility and the Web-Client have two user types: Administrator and Guest as described in Table 3-1. Note Only one Administrator and only one Guest can be logged on at a time.
  • Page 31: Step 1: Confirm Your System Requirements

    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 (outlined Table 3-2). After the IP Utility is installed, the same computer workstation can be used to access the Web-Client.
  • Page 32: Step 2: Install The Honeywell Ip Utility Software

    Download Center I Agree to reach the software downloads page. Locate your device in the list (for example, click Cameras for HD3MDIP/X IP devices). Under Honeywell IP Utility, download, extract and open the Honeywell IP Utility Set-up.exe icon from where you extracted the file.
  • Page 33: Step 3: Log Onto The Ip Utility And Discover Network Devices

    During the installation set up, you must log on as an Administrator to access all the features. Click the arrow button 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.
  • Page 34: Step 4: Connect To A Device And Configure Network Settings

    Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software Figure 3-3 Honeywell IP Utility User Interface Use the Product Filter drop-down Refresh button Connect button menu to select a specific device, such as all HD3MDIP/X cameras Disconnect button Limited/No connectivity...
  • Page 35: Connecting To Or Disconnecting From Devices

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide You can also manually refresh the device discovery by clicking the Discovery icon ( located near the top of the Discovery pane. Connecting to or Disconnecting From Devices Before configuring the IP network settings, you must connect to the IP device.
  • Page 36: Figure 3-4 Set The Ip Network Settings Automatically Or Manually

    Option Description Device Name By default, the device name is the device type plus the MAC Address. Honeywell recommends, for security, that you change the device name. IP Address The IP address of the device on the network.The camera obtains an IP address by static or dynamic (automatic) means.
  • Page 37 HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Updating IP Network Settings Automatically In the Discovery pane, select the device and click Connect From the System tab click the Obtain an IP Address automatically check box. Enter a Device Name, for example, FrontLobbyDome01.
  • Page 38: Interfacing With The Equip Device Via A Network Video Recorder

    EQUIP V1 firmware or EQUIP V2.1 firmware. If the NVR vendor has implemented EQUIP V1 connection methods, the HD3MDIP/X camera will work on those NVRs. Similarly, if the NVR vendor has implemented EQUIP V2.1 connection methods, the HD3MDIP/X camera will work on those NVRs.
  • Page 39: Figure 3-5 Activex Prompt

    Figure 3-5 ActiveX Prompt Click Yes. 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.
  • Page 40: Uninstalling Ip Utility, Bonjour Or The Activex Plug-In Software

    Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software Figure 3-6 Web-Client Interface After Logging On Uninstalling IP Utility, Bonjour or the ActiveX Plug-in Software You can uninstall the IP Utility, Bonjour, or IP ActiveX software using: • The Start menu to uninstall IP Utility and Bonjour •...
  • Page 41: Uninstalling Ip Utility Using The Start Menu

    The Honeywell IP Utility is uninstalled. During the uninstallation process, you are prompted to also uninstall the Bonjour program. Click Yes to remove Bonjour or No to only uninstall the Honeywell IP Utility. Click Finish. Uninstalling IP Utility or IP ActiveX Using the Control Panel...
  • Page 42 Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software...
  • Page 43: Ip Camera Web-Client

    IP Camera Web-Client Before you launch the Honeywell IP Web-Client, ensure that you complete the following sections before configuring your HD3MDIP/X camera: • Chapter 2, Installation and Setup • Chapter 3, Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software This chapter covers: •...
  • Page 44: User Profiles

    Note The web page where you log on to the Honeywell IP Utility and any IP device web page (for example, the HD3MDIP/X IP Web-Client) look very similar. You can tell the difference between the two sites by the IP address in the web...
  • Page 45: Launching The Web-Client From Ip Utility

    • The default Guest password is guest. Click The Honeywell IP Utility program searches for devices on the network and opens to the Honeywell IP Utility user interface. In the Discovery pane, double-click the device you want to connect to.
  • Page 46: Logging Onto The Web-Client From Internet Explorer

    The Web-Client interface opens and live streaming video displays on the monitor. Logging Out of the Web-Client Note After you are logged onto the HD3MDIP/X Web-Client there is no time out until you click Logout. To allow other Administrators to log on, you must log out when the session is done.
  • Page 47: Navigating The User Interface

    Figure 4-2 Web-Client Window Layout: Administrator Log On Click Logout to exit the program. The URL corresponds to the HD3MDIP/X IP Confirm the user type logged in. Address as configured in the IP Utility. Click the tabs to access the available If logged on as a Guest, only the Live configurations and settings.
  • Page 48: Figure 4-3 Web-Client: Administrator User

    IP Camera Web-Client The HD3MDIP/X Web-Client application user interface consists of multiple user-friendly views organized by function. Access to the views is user-controlled. Table 4-2 Tabs/Views in the Web-Client Application Enables you to... Live View View video. Device Information View the network settings and firmware details of the camera.
  • Page 49: Live View

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Figure 4-4 Web-Client: Guest User When an alarm is detected, an alarm message appears Logging on as a Guest limits users here to notify an operator. to Live View tab functions only. Live View for more details.
  • Page 50: Ip And Firmware Settings On The Device Information Tab

    Depending on the hardware installation, there is a tab called either Device Information or Device Settings. In both cases, the IP and Firmware Settings panel mirrors the information available in the Honeywell IP Utility. It provides read–only network settings, firmware settings, and video formats without having to access the IP Utility.
  • Page 51: Compression Settings

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Figure 4-6 IP and Firmware Settings: Device Information Tab Device Name as entered in the IP Utility program IP Address on the network (DHCP/Static/APIPA) Subnet Mask and Default Gateway address that connects the camera to...
  • Page 52: Video Codec Settings Tab

    Figure 4-7 Compressions Settings Tab: Primary Stream Your HD3MDIP/X camera provides dual simultaneous video streams. Although the Primary stream can support a single MPEG4 SP in real time 30 fps at 720p resolution, it must be set to less than 720P for the second stream to operate. The Secondary stream operates at a lower frame rate than the Primary stream.
  • Page 53: Table 4-3 Compression Settings

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Configuring the Compression Settings On the Compression Settings tab, in the Statistics area, select the Received check box to receive in real time the bit rate and frame rates for the current image. Deselecting the check box disables the refresh rate.
  • Page 54: Statistics: Received Bit Rate And Frame Rate

    IP Camera Web-Client Figure 4-9 Video Codec Settings, Quality Priority Selected Set the Resolution for NTSC or PAL video signals. Statistics are received for the current image in real time when Received is enabled. Click Apply. Adjustments in your compression settings are captured in the statistics. As you make adjustments, the Statistics field acts as a visual reminder of how your settings affect the bit rate, frame rate, and bandwidth usage.
  • Page 55: Camera Setup

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Camera Setup The Camera Setup view provides access to the settings used to configure the camera configurations for both Primary and Secondary streams. The following section explains Auto Exposure and White Balance setup. Note You must click Apply after you make changes to any settings to save those changes.
  • Page 56: Table 4-4 Auto Exposure Settings

    IP Camera Web-Client Note You must click Apply after you make changes to any settings to save those changes. Settings are not saved unless you click Apply. Table 4-4 Auto Exposure Settings Setting Options Description ALC (Automatic Light DC Iris Level: 1–25 For an automatic iris lens. Adjust the DC Iris Level until the image is Compensation) neither too bright nor too dark.
  • Page 57: White Balance

    Video Analytics The HD3MDIP/X camera can be configured to detect camera sabotage and motion within a scene via the Video Analytics view (see Figure 4-11). The Video Analytics tab enables a user to set the tamper detection threshold settings for blur, blinding and scene changes.
  • Page 58: Sabotage Detection

    IP Camera Web-Client Figure 4-11 Video Analytics Tab Each Tamper Detection Setting provides 3 threshold levels: High (80%), Medium (50%) and Low (30%). Each setting has three threshold levels: high (80%), medium (50%) and low (30%). When these thresholds are exceeded, camera sabotage or motion is detected, and alarm messages appear above the video display and alarm signals are sent to DVRs/NVRs (see Figure 4-13).
  • Page 59: Figure 4-13 Video Analytics Alarm Message

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide There are three types of sabotage detection in the Tamper Detection Setting tab on the Video Analytics tab: blinding the camera, blurring the video display, and tampering with the camera field of view. The user should note that when the following conditions are...
  • Page 60: Table 4-7 Blinding Threshold Values

    Value To detect … High (80%) Maximum blinding. The alarm message appears when the HD3MDIP/X camera is blinded by 80% or more. Medium (50%) Medium blinding. The alarm message appears when the HD3MDIP/X camera is blinded by 50% or more.
  • Page 61: Configuring Video Motion Detection

    High (80%) Maximum change in the camera field of view. The alarm message appears when tampering causes at least an 80% change in the HD3MDIP/X camera field of view. Medium (50%) Medium change in the camera field of view. The alarm message appears when tampering causes at least a 50% change in the HD3MDIP/X camera field of view.
  • Page 62: Alarm And Audio

    IP Camera Web-Client Figure 4-14 Video Analytics: Defining a Region Region-defining box Note To disable a zone, click the VMD drop-down menu, then select Disable. Alarm and Audio Alarm Settings 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 63: Audio Settings

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Audio Settings The network camera supports bi-directional audio. There are two supported voice band channels that function in full duplex mode. Connect industry-standard line level audio input and output to the back of your camera. See...
  • Page 64 IP Camera Web-Client...
  • Page 65: Appendix A Mounting Template

    Mounting Template HD3DIP/X Mounting Template Apply to clean, dry surface, free of dust and dirt 6 Holes Use recommended drill bit as per screws (supplied) Document 800-04132V1 Rev A 01/10...
  • Page 66 Mounting Template...
  • Page 67: Appendix B Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Technical Support Prior to calling Honeywell technical support, refer to the following topics for possible solutions to problems with your HD3MDIP/X camera. 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.
  • Page 68: Problem: Live View Does Not Display The Expected Video

    Possible solutions: • Ensure that your web browser settings have been configured to allow ActiveX controls (see Installing the Honeywell IP Utility and HD3MDIP/X Web-Client Software on page for information on setting up your browser). • Ensure that the network cable from the camera is connected to both the camera and the network.
  • Page 69: Appendix C Specifications

    Specifications Note These specifications refer to all models, except where otherwise noted. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Video Signal Specifications NTSC Scanning System: Progressive Image Sensor: 1/4” CMOS Number of Pixels (H x V): 1280 x 720 Minimum Illumination: 1.0 lux color @ 50 IRE, F1.2 Video Output (local): 1.0 Vp-p @ 75 Ohms...
  • Page 70: Figure C-1 Hd3Mdip/X Side View With Dimensions

    Pentium IV CPU 3.1 GHz or equivalent AMD requirements: 1 GB RAM Windows® 2003/XP Installation, Management, and Honeywell IP Utility software identifies the IP address, Maintenance: checks the status of the device. Firmware upgrades over HTTP, firmware available at www.honeywellvideo.com. Supported Protocols:...
  • Page 71: Figure C-2 Hd3Mdip/X Side View Dimensions Without Skirt

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Figure C-2 HD3MDIP/X Side View Dimensions without Skirt 3.9” (97.7 mm) Figure C-3 HD3MDIP/X Side View Dimensions with Adapter Plate 6.4” (161.5 mm) Figure C-4 HD3MDIP/X Bottom View with Dimensions ∅ 2.88” (73.10 mm) 4.9” (125.1 mm)
  • Page 72 Specifications...
  • Page 73: Appendix D Glossary

    Glossary AGC (Automatic Gain Control) Video Amplifier in a camera that boosts the amount of video gain (including the noise) to maintain a 1V p-p (1-volt peak-to-peak) video signal output. It becomes operational when the light level is low. The circuit is designed to compensate for fluctuations in scene illumination which would cause the video output level to be too low.
  • Page 74 Glossary PAL (Phase Alternate Line) A standard of specifications for television transmission for color TV signals used in West Germany, England, Holland, Australia, and several other countries. It uses an interlaced format with 625 lines per frame at 25 frames per second. PoE (Power over Ethernet) A system designed to transmit electrical power, along with data, to remote devices over a standard twisted pair cable in an Ethernet network.
  • Page 75: Index

    HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide Index camera adjusting components ActiveX control installation administrator type privileges camera blinding administrator password, default camera components AGC (Automatic Gain Control) camera field of view change AGC (automatic gain control) camera settings alarm configuration alarm output settings...
  • Page 76 audio, alarm guest password, default CAT5 Ethernet guest user privileges video monitor customer service HTTP server DayToNight declaration of conformance default installation passwords mounting template default gateway installation procedure defaults, restore factory installation steps device installed components connecting installing the camera disconnecting discovering 33, address 36, 37,...
  • Page 77 HD3MDIP/X Network Camera Reference Guide refresh button resolution resolution, setting MAC address 36, 37, manual white balance mode manual, configuration, IP network 35–37 maximum bit rate maximum bit rate, setting scene change threshold 57, motion detection secondary stream resolution mounting template 18,...
  • Page 78 analytics tab format viewing live warnings 10, video analytics warranty blinding threshold web browser blur threshold web client camera blinding compression settings field of view change web-client motion detection description sabotage detection launching and logging on/off sabotage detection user types scene change threshold website 29, tamper detection...
  • Page 80 Document 800-04132V1 – Rev A – 01/10 © 2009 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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