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EQUIP™ Series
Fixed Mini Dome

Network Camera

NTSC / PAL
HD4DIP
HD4DIPX
Reference Guide
Document 800-00249 – Rev C – 08/08

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  • Page 1: Network Camera

    EQUIP™ Series Fixed Mini Dome Network Camera NTSC / PAL HD4DIP HD4DIPX Reference Guide Document 800-00249 – Rev C – 08/08...
  • Page 3 Reference Guide...
  • Page 4 Revisions Issue Date Revisions 12/07 New document (Pre-production release). 02/08 Production released version of the manual. 08/08 Revised production released version for technical review comments; added ™ to EQUIP; updated back cover.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Preparing the Honeywell IP Utility ........
  • Page 6 Configuring the HD4DIP(X) IP Network ........36...
  • Page 7 Figure 4-1 HD4DIP Side View with Dimensions......65 Document 800-00249 Rev C...
  • Page 8 Figures...
  • Page 9 HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Tables Table 1-1 Fixed Mini Dome Network Cameras ......15 Table 2-1 Audio and Alarm Connector PIN Definitions .
  • Page 10 Tables...
  • Page 11: About This Document

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide About This Document This document introduces the Honeywell HD4DIP(X) True Day/Night Network Camera. It covers how to install and operate the HD4DIP(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 12: Cautions And Warnings

    Cautions and Warnings Installation and servicing should be performed only by qualified and experienced technicians to conform to all local codes and to maintain your warranty. WARNING! 12 VDC/24 VAC models require the use of CSA Certified/UL Listed Class 2 power adapters to ensure compliance with electrical safety standards.
  • Page 13: 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 15: Introduction

    Introduction The Honeywell HD4DIP(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 Cameras Model number Description HD4DIP True Day/Night 540 TVL 2.8 – 10 mm VFAI Lens NTSC HD4DIPX True Day/Night 540 TVL 2.8 –...
  • Page 16: Features

    Introduction Features The Honeywell HD4DIP(X) color network camera has the following features: • Built-in high-resolution color video camera with 1/3” CCD image sensor • Fully integrated indoor enclosure with camera and lens for fast and easy installation • Camera housing surface mounts to a wall or ceiling •...
  • Page 17: Installation And Setup

    Unpack Everything Check that the items received match those listed on the order form and packing slip. The HD4DIP(X) packing box should include, in addition to this User Guide: • One fully-assembled HD4DIP(X) camera, including factory-installed pigtail power and video connections •...
  • Page 18: Equipment Required

    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 HD4DIP(X) camera consists of the following steps: Step See … Install the conduit plug.
  • Page 19 HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Conduit plug Base Fan assembly Interface board Gimbal base Gimbal assembly Turret (dome insert) Gasket Dome Document 800-00249 Rev C 08/08...
  • Page 20: Mounting The Camera

    Installation and Setup Mounting the Camera Preparing the Mounting Surface Affix the mounting template (see Appendix A) to the mounting surface as shown in Figure 2-1. Pre-drill three holes as indicated on the template, using the recommended hole size for the screws being used. Drill out conduit hole, if required (see Installing the Conduit Plug, page 21).
  • Page 21: Removing The Gimbal

    Black clips (x4) Installing the Conduit Plug Your HD4DIP(X) camera enclosure comes with a conduit plug pre-installed in the 3/4 inch conduit entry on the back. This plug may be removed and installed in the side 3/4 inch conduit entry (see Figure 2-3).
  • Page 22: Using The Grommet

    Installation and Setup Figure 2-3 Conduit Plug Installation Back entry conduit Side entry conduit Conduit plug WARNING! To minimize moisture leaking into the camera housing, position the enclosure with the conduit pointing down. After feeding the cables through (see Wiring, page 23), apply an appropriate sealant around the conduit connection.
  • Page 23: Wiring

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Wiring Connecting Power Caution When connecting a power supply, use either a 12 VDC or 24 VAC power plug or use a PoE IEEE 802.3 (Power over Ethernet) compatible hub. To avoid damage to the camera, never connect more than one type of power supply at the same time.
  • Page 24: Figure 2-4 Camera And Cables

    Installation and Setup Figure 2-4 Camera and Cables 24 VAC/12 VDC power Spot monitor (see Connecting to a Video Monitor, page 25) CAT5 Ethernet connection via network (see Connecting to a Network via CAT5 Ethernet Connector, page 27) Also for Power over Ethernet (PoE 802.3 af) Figure 2-5 Wiring Connection Shown on Board Spot Monitor Output...
  • Page 25: Connecting To A Video Monitor

    HD4DIP 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 or 12 VDC at each camera. Caution Connect power either from a 24 VAC/12 VDC source or a CAT5 Ethernet connector (PoE);...
  • Page 26: Figure 2-7 Normal Alarm States

    The HD4DIP 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. When alarm inputs are configured, the HD4DIP triggers an alarm only when the normal alarm state (open or closed) changes (see Figure 2-7).
  • Page 27: Connecting To A Network Via Cat5 Ethernet Connector

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Connecting to a Network via CAT5 Ethernet Connector The main video connection for your HD4DIP(X) network camera is made through the Ethernet network connection. Connect the CAT5 Ethernet connector (see Figure 2-4) to your network using an Ethernet (10Base T, 100Base TX) cable.
  • Page 28: Adjusting The Lens Focus

    Securing the Enclosure Cover When you have set up your camera and completed the network connections (see Chapter 3, Configuring Network Settings) use the Allen key (supplied) to secure the HD4DIP(X) dome enclosure to the base with four #8-32 security screws.
  • Page 29: Figure 2-10 Enclosure Cover

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Figure 2-10 Enclosure Cover Document 800-00249 Rev C 08/08...
  • Page 30 Installation and Setup...
  • Page 31: Configuring Network Settings

    Preparing the Honeywell IP Utility To perform the tasks required to discover the HD4DIP devices and configure their network settings, you must first install the IP Utility. After installing and logging on you can set the passwords for users in order to control access to the IP Utility.
  • Page 32: Installing The Ip Utility

    Honeywell IP Utility is being installed. To install the IP Config Tool Insert the product CD into your CD-ROM drive. The Honeywell IP Utility InstallShield wizard displays. If the InstallShield does not begin automatically, use Windows Explorer to navigate to the CD drive, then double-click Honeywell IP Utility Setup.exe.
  • Page 33: Ip Utility User Profiles

    Honeywell IP Utility in the Currently installed programs list. Click Change. The IP Utility Installation Wizard screen appears. Click Next, and then click Remove. The Honeywell IP Utility is removed. Click Finish to close the wizard. IP Utility User Profiles The installed IP Utility provides two default users: Administrator and Guest.
  • Page 34: Changing The User Password

    Figure 3-1 IP Utility Logon Dialog Box In the Username drop-down list, select Administrator or Guest. Type the case-sensitive Password, and then click . The Honeywell IP Utility appears. Note The default Administrator password is 1234 and the default Guest password is guest.
  • Page 35: User Interface

    You must click Apply after you make changes to any settings to save those changes. Settings will not be saved unless you click Apply. User Interface The user interface of the Honeywell IP Utility provides access to network configuration and user settings through the: •...
  • Page 36: Configuring The Hd4Dip(X) Ip Network

    Configuring the HD4DIP(X) IP Network Discovering Devices When you log on to the IP Utility, the devices on the network — including the devices on other subnets —...
  • Page 37: Connecting To Devices

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Note Contact your network administrator if you have any questions regarding your local area network (LAN) or any other network related issues. Connecting to Devices Before configuring the IP network settings and changing the password, you must connect to the HD4DIP(X) device.
  • Page 38: Figure 3-4 Ip Network Settings Obtained Automatically

    Configuring Network Settings Note You must click Apply for your changes to take effect. If you close the screen before clicking Apply, all your new settings will be lost. Figure 3-4 IP Network Settings Obtained Automatically Note When you obtain an IP address automatically, the network supplies the camera with a DHCP address.
  • Page 39: Figure 3-5 Ip Network Settings Obtained Manually

    Caution Check the values for the IP network settings before applying them. Incorrect values might cause a failure when connecting to the HD4DIP device. Click Apply. The network settings are updated and a message appears in the status bar confirming the update.
  • Page 40: Upgrading The Firmware

    Configuring Network Settings Upgrading the Firmware Upgrading the Firmware on an HD4DIP Device Check www.honeywellvideo.com/support/downloads/downloads_cam.html and find your camera in the list. Click the firmware link to download the file. In the Discovery pane, select the device to upgrade and click...
  • Page 41: Changing The Web-Client Application Password

    URL (network camera IP address) in the Address bar. Changing the Web-Client Application Password The IP Utility enables you to change the password for the HD4DIP Web-Client. To Change the Password of the Web-Client Application Select the device from the Discovery pane and click Click the Users tab.
  • Page 42 Configuring Network Settings...
  • Page 43: Ip Camera Web-Client

    Only one Administrator can be logged on at a time, while up to four Guest users can logon at the same time. User Profiles The following table describes the roles and privileges for the HD4DIP(X) Web-Client application users: Table 4-1...
  • Page 44: Accessing The Ip Camera Web-Client

    IP Camera Web-Client Accessing the IP Camera Web-Client First Time Setup Requirements Live images can be viewed from an internet browser with the Web-Client interface. An ActiveX® control must be downloaded to your computer before you will be able to view video.
  • Page 45: Logging On

    Note Only 1 Administrator user and 4 Guest users can log on to the Web-Client application at one time. To log on to the HD4DIP(X) Web-Client From the IP Utility, see Logging On to the IP Utility on page 33.
  • Page 46: Installing Honeywell Ip (Activex Plug-In)

    The Web-Client appears. Installing Honeywell IP (ActiveX Plug-in) If this is the first time you’ve logged on, you may have to install the Honeywell IP ActiveX control. If the InstallShield Wizard opens (Figure 4-4), click Next and follow the rest of the InstallShield Wizard instructions to complete the installation.
  • Page 47: Logging Off

    Figure 4-4 Honeywell IP Installation (ActiveX Plug-in) Logging Off To log off from the HD4DIP(X) Web-Client application, click Logout at the top of the page. The Logon screen appears. Uninstalling Honeywell IP (ActiveX Plug-in) Click Start, and then choose Control Panel. The Control Panel window appears.
  • Page 48: Navigating The User Interface

    IP Camera Web-Client Navigating the User Interface The user interface of the HD4DIP(X) Web-Client application consists of multiple user-friendly views organized by functionality. Access to the views is user controlled. Table 4-2 Tabs/Views in the Web-Client Application Enables you to...
  • Page 49: Live View

    4-6). Device Settings The Device Settings view mirrors the information that is available in the Honeywell IP Utility. It provides network and firmware settings without having to access the IP Utility. The device Alarm Settings are also configurable in this view. Set the Alarm Input as Normally Open, Normally Close or Disable.
  • Page 50: Compression Settings

    IP Camera Web-Client 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 as Normally Open or Normally Close. See Connecting Alarms on page for more information.
  • Page 51: Compression Settings

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Note You must click Apply after you make changes to any settings to save those changes. Settings will not be saved unless you click Apply. Figure 4-8 Compression Settings Some of the settings are inter-dependent and the options available will vary accordingly.
  • Page 52: Audio Settings

    IP Camera Web-Client Table 4-3 Compression Settings (cont’d) Setting Options Description Picture Quality Best, Better, When Quality is selected as the Priority, select the Picture Quality as Good Good (lowest visual quality), Better, or Best (highest visual quality). Target Bit Rate 400–5000 kbps Enter the Target Bit Rate in kbps (kilobits per second) which represents the (kbps)
  • Page 53: Auto Exposure

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Figure 4-9 Camera Setup Auto Exposure The camera lens, lighting and true day/night options can be configured as needed using the Auto Exposure settings. Use the following table to set up Auto Exposure options. Note You must click Apply after you make changes to any settings to save those changes.
  • Page 54: White Balance

    IP Camera Web-Client Table 4-4 Auto Exposure Settings (cont’d) Setting Options Description Flicker Less Off, On Eliminates the “flicker” that can appear in an image under certain lighting conditions (for example, fluorescent lighting). Day/Night Auto, Manual On, Set the moving, mechanical IR filter within the camera to ensure true 24 Manual Off hour surveillance.
  • Page 55: Video Analytics

    Preset for outside environments and high-contrast scenes where the camera is focused on the darker areas (6300°K). Video Analytics The HD4DIP(X) camera can be configured to detect three types of sabotage detection via the Video Analytics view (see Figure 4-10): blinding the camera, blurring the video display, and tampering with the camera field of view.
  • Page 56: Video Blurring

    IP Camera Web-Client Figure 4-10 Video Analytics Each Tamper Detection Setting provides 3 threshold levels: High (80%), Medium (50%) and Low (30%). Figure 4-11 Video Analytics Message Video Blurring The video appears blurred when the camera is exposed to elements such as water. When this occurs, video blurring in the field of view is detected and shows an alarm message (see Figure 4-11) above the video display.
  • Page 57: Camera Blinding

    Value To detect ... High (80%) Maximum blinding. The alarm message appears when the HD4DIP(X) camera is blinded by 80% and above. Medium (50%) Medium blinding. The alarm message appears when the HD4DIP(X) camera is blinded by 50% and above.
  • Page 58: Camera Field Of View Change

    High (80%) Maximum change in the camera field of view. The alarm message appears when tampering causes 80% and above change in the HD4DIP(X) camera field of view. Medium (50%) Medium change in the camera field of view. The alarm message appears when tampering causes 50% and above change in the HD4DIP(X) camera field of view.
  • Page 59: Appendix A Mounting Template

    Mounting Template Apply to clean, dry surface, free of dust and dirt HD4DIP Mounting Template 3 Holes Conduit Hole Use recommended drill bit for 3/4” threaded pipe as per screws (supplied) Document 800-00249 Rev C 08/08...
  • Page 60 Mounting Template...
  • Page 61: Appendix B Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Technical Support Prior to calling Honeywell technical support, refer to the following topics for possible solutions to problems with your HD4DIP(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 62: Problem: Live View Does Not Display The Expected Video

    Figure B-2 Install Unknown Software Prompt Ensure that the network cable from the HD4DIP(X) camera is connected to both the camera and the network. Ensure that the camera assembly board DIP switch settings are configured correctly.
  • Page 63: 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 Video Standard: High Res Scanning System: 525/60 lines (NTSC) 625/50 lines (PAL) Image Sensor: 1/3” CCD Minimum Illumination: 0.6 lux color/0.4 lux BW (AGC on, 50 IRE) Horizontal Resolution:...
  • Page 64 AGP graphics card (32 MB RAM) Windows 2000/XP Internet Explorer 6x or later 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 65: Figure 4-1 Hd4Dip Side View With Dimensions

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Figure 4-1 HD4DIP Side View with Dimensions 6.1” 154.97 mm Document 800-00249 Rev C 08/08...
  • Page 66 Specifications...
  • Page 67: 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 68 Glossary Iris Adjust Adjusts the iris either open or close in response to changing light conditions. Line Lock Phase Adjust (LL-Phase Adjust, or Line Lock) When the camera is in Line Lock mode it is synchronized using a fixed point on the A.C. supply’s cycle - usually the point that the A.C.
  • Page 69: Index

    HD4DIP Network Camera Reference Guide Index administrator, privileges guest/ operator, privileges alarms, connecting IP Config Tool BLC, adjusting changing password browser, launching installing user interface user profile IP network settings configuring cabling, connecting default gateway camera device name adjusting IP address...
  • Page 70 user password changing via IP Utility IP Utility mounting template 20, user profile network settings video monitor, connecting password, changing web client PC system requirements changing password power, connecting changing password via IP Utility launching launching via the IP Utility wiring troubleshooting alarm connection...
  • Page 72 Document 800-00249 – Rev C – 08/08 © 2008 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced by any means without written permission from Honeywell Video Systems. The information in this publication is believed to be accurate in all respects. However, Honeywell Video Systems cannot assume responsibility for any consequences resulting from the use thereof.

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