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VSP-SV2000P
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Network Video Server
About this manual
Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it
handy for later reference.

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    VSP-SV2000P INSTRUCTION MANUAL Network Video Server About this manual Before installing and using this unit, please read this manual carefully. Be sure to keep it handy for later reference.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Precautions ..........2 Recording New Alarm Data ..... 35 Fixed Settings During Pre/Post-Alarm Accessories ..........3 Recording .......... 35 Features .............3 Saving to an Expansion Memory Card..36 Operating environment........4 Viewing Live Images ........37 Name and Function of Each Part......5 Viewing the View Frame Screen ....

  • Page 3: Precautions

    • disconnect the power cord immediately, and Dirt can be removed from the cabinet by consult your dealer (or a Sanyo Authorized wiping it with a soft cloth. To remove stains, Service Centre). Be careful to protect the video wipe with a soft cloth moistened with a soft server from rain, sea water, etc.

  • Page 4: Accessories

    Communication function (RS-485) Communication output via SSP (Sanyo Security Protocol) (using the RS-485 connector) allows the video server to be controlled by other devices such as cameras and multiplexers by remote control.

  • Page 5: Operating Environment

    Operating environment The video server requires the following conditions to operate. • OS: In this manual, the Microsoft ® Windows ® 98 operating system, the Microsoft ® Windows ® Millennium Edition operating system, the Microsoft ® Windows ® 2000 operating system and the Microsoft ®...

  • Page 6: Name And Function Of Each Part

    Name and Function of Each Part 6 7 8 9 MODEM TERMI ALARM ALARM RS-232C B A B RS485 ETHERNET ALL RESET 12VDC VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 Power cord holder RS-485 connector (RS-485) Secure the power cord to the holder using a Use this connector when connecting the plastic tie or similar as shown in the video server to a device that is equipped with...

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    Name and Function of Each Part POWER ETHERNET connector PC card eject button Use this connector to connect the video server to a hub, local server or network server. Use a 10Base-T or 100Base-TX (Category 5, UTP) cable to make the connection.

  • Page 8: Connections

    Connections Turn off the power for all equipment before making any connections. Basic Connections Connect the video server to a computer. Connect a cable between the ETHERNET connectors of the video server and the computer. Use a crossed wire-type Ethernet cable. Connect the accessory AC adapter to the video server.

  • Page 9: Connecting To A Lan

    Connections Connecting to a LAN Connecting to the Internet Use an Ethernet cable to connect the Use an Ethernet cable to connect the ETHERNET connector of the video server to the ETHERNET connector of the video server to a LAN’s Ethernet switching hub. device such as a router or ADSL modem that is connected to the Internet.

  • Page 10: Network Video Server (wired Lan) Settings

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings In order to use the network video server, you must make the following settings in the order given. Installation of Plug-in Software to the Computer Computer (p. 10) Install the contents of the supplied setup CD-ROM to the computer.

  • Page 11: Installation Of Plug-in Software To The Computer

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings 1 Installation of Plug-in Software to the Computer Install the plug-in software (on the setup CD-ROM) onto the computer that is to be used. Installing the plug-in software makes it possible to view live images from network video servers using the computer’s web browser.

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    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Type in your username and organization Click the [Finish] button. name, and then click the [Next] button. This completes the installation of the plug-in software. Click the [Install] button. Installation of the software will start and the window display will change to show the (Uninstalling the plug-in software) installation progress.

  • Page 13: Browser Settings

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Browser Settings Cookie Settings Check that the Security settings for Microsoft The video server uses cookies. Internet Explorer are set as described below. If using Internet Explorer Version 6.0 as the web Select Internet Options from the Tools menu, browser, select Internet Options from the Tools click the Security tab and then click the Custom menu, click the Privacy tab, move the slide bar...

  • Page 14: Wired Lan Settings

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings 2 Wired LAN Settings Once the plug-in software has been installed, use the computer’s web browser to access the video server. Note: The network video server handles large volumes of image data that has been compressed into JPEG2000 format.

  • Page 15: Initial Video Server Screen

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Initial Video Server Screen The initial screen is displayed once the network video server and the computer have been set. The initial screen contains the buttons that are required for making various settings, and it also shows live images from the network video server that have been compressed into JPEG2000 format.

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    (such as an accident) the signal gets disconnected. Network disconnect button SANYO: Appears when no video input signal source is connected. In addition, it appears when the DISPLAY setting for the camera Click this button to shut down operation of the title is set to “OFF”.

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    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings • Grey indicator: ALARM indicator No output status when “ALARM OUT TIME” is set to “REMOTE”. • Orange indicator: The alarm status of each video server is Output status when “ALARM OUT TIME” is indicated by these ALARM indicators.

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    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Note: PICTURE QUALITY setting • When images that are compressed using (default setting: MID 2) JPEG2000 are played back, the image refresh rate will vary depending on the performance specifications of the computer being used. In addition, if other applications besides the web browser are running, this may also cause the image Use the drop-down list box to select the image...

  • Page 19: Network Set Settings

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings 3 NETWORK SET Settings These settings are used in order to connect the video server to the network. After these settings have been completed, you may also have to make wireless LAN settings or PPP settings. More than one video server can be connected to the same network, but in order to do this, you will need to make settings for each video server such as assigning separate IP addresses before connecting the video server’s to the network.

  • Page 20: Changing A Password

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings • If a user at Administrator level accesses a video MAC ADDRESS display server while a user at Operator level is accessing This shows the Mac address for the video server. the video server, the Administrator level user will Note: have priority.

  • Page 21: Viewing Live Images Without Typing In A Username Or Password (id1 Only)

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Viewing Live Images Without Changing the Access Level (ID2 Typing In a Username or or ID3) Password (ID1 only) If live images are monitored without using a password, the [SET] button will change to Normally you need to type in a password at the “CHANGE ID”.

  • Page 22: Access Level Settings

    Network Video Server (Wired LAN) Settings Access Level Settings When operating the network video server, you need to select an access level to either limit operations to only the monitoring of live images or to allow menu settings to be changed as well. The access level setting depends on the “Username”...

  • Page 23: Clock Set Settings

    CLOCK SET Settings This lets you set the video server’s internal clock. You can also make settings for summer time. Click the [CLOCK] menu select button. The CLOCK SET screen will be displayed. Set the date and time using the drop-down list boxes, and then click the [SET] button.

  • Page 24: Display Setting

    DISPLAY setting Click the [DISPLAY] menu select button. You can create camera titles for each camera and have them appear in the camera title display of the “LIVE” screen. Setting the camera title Click the [SET] button. You can set camera titles for each camera. The camera title that has been typed in will be saved, and it will appear in the camera Move the cursor to the current camera...

  • Page 25: Turning Off Video Image Display

    DISPLAY setting Turning Off Video Image Display Setting Image Quality (Aperture and Contrast) If “DISPLAY” is set to “ON” while a 4-screen multi view screen is being displayed, the This lets you set the aperture (contour images will be displayed. To change any of correction) and contrast.

  • Page 26: Single View Settings

    SINGLE VIEW Settings Click the [SINGLE VIEW] menu select button. This changes the display from a 4-screen display to a single-screen display. At this time, the channel that was last accessed will be displayed. However, if the video server is being started for the first time, the images from the video signals being input will be displayed starting from the smallest number (1 to 4).

  • Page 27: Alarm Settings

    Alarm Settings Click the [ALARM] menu select button. The video server is equipped with two types of alarm function. When an outside intruder is detected, these alarm functions can be used to record the images immediately before the alarm occurred (pre-alarm recording) and the alarm images themselves (post-alarm recording) into the video server’s internal memory or onto a memory card, and these recorded images can then be played back.

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    Alarm Settings ALARM SET setting ALARM OUT TIME This lets you make alarm settings for the video This sets the alarm duration when the external images from the various connected devices. alarm or motion detector detects an alarm. Click on a button from [CH1] to [CH4] to display The “REMOTE”...

  • Page 29: Alarm Buffering Set Setting

    Alarm Settings Available settings: ALARM MODE • 16, 12 MB: All available alarm recording area This selects what combination of external alarm ratios can be selected. and motion detector is to be used to provide • alarm input. Make this setting when “EXTERNAL 8 MB: The 1/9 pre/post ratio cannot be ALARM”...

  • Page 30: External Alarm Sensor Setting

    Alarm Settings External Alarm Sensor Setting Connect a device such as an infrared sensor to the ALARM IN terminal at the rear of the video server. Set “ALARM REC USE” to “NO USE” (example). Set “ALARM OUT” to “NO” (example). Set “ALARM BUFFERING”...

  • Page 31: Motion Detector Set Settings

    Alarm Settings (Connection method) Set “MOTION DETECTOR” to “ON”. Connect an infrared sensor or similar to The motion detector level and MOTION the ALARM IN terminal at the rear of the DETECTOR SET screen will be displayed. video server. Connect a buzzer or lamp to the ALARM Use the drop-down list box to change the OUT terminal.

  • Page 32: External Alarm Sensor And Motion Detector Settings

    Alarm Settings External Alarm Sensor and Motion Detector Settings Set “ALARM REC USE” to “NO USE” Set the sensor marks. (example). Refer to “MOTION DETECTOR SET Settings”. Use the ALARM SET screen to set the camera channel that you would like to use Set “ALARM MODE”...

  • Page 33: Motion Detector Level Sensitivity Setting

    Alarm Settings Motion Detector Level Sensitivity Remote Alarm Operations Setting You can use the “REMOTE ALARM” indicator to set alarm output to come out from the ALARM The default setting for the motion detector OUT terminal at the rear of the video server for a sensitivity is “5”.

  • Page 34: B Continuous Alarm Output

    Alarm Settings B Continuous Alarm Output Set “ALARM OUT” to “NO” (example). Set “ALARM OUT MODE” to “REMOTE CONTROL”. Set “ALARM OUT TIME” to “REMOTE”, and then click the [SET] button. This completes the setting, so return to the live image screen. The “REMOTE ALARM” indicator (gray) will be displayed in the initial screen.

  • Page 35: Alarm Detection And Recording

    Alarm Settings Alarm Detection and Recording B Pre-alarm/Post-alarm Recording A Using Only Post-alarm Recording When an alarm is detected, recording is assigned between the pre- and post-alarm recording areas in the ratio specified. You can Set “BUFFERING AREA” to “(PRE/POST) increase or decrease the length of time that 0/10”.

  • Page 36: Recording New Alarm Data

    Alarm Settings Recording New Alarm Data Fixed Settings During Pre/Post-Alarm Recording If recording new alarm data into the video server’s internal memory, you should delete the If the pre-alarm/post-alarm recording area ratio old data that is recorded in the memory. This will is set to something from 1/9 to 5/5 so that free up memory space so that the new alarm pre-alarm recording can be carried out, the...

  • Page 37: Saving To An Expansion Memory Card

    Alarm Settings Saving to an Expansion Memory The ALARM DATA indicator (green) will Card illuminate. If you would like to save and play back several If alarms are repeatedly detected in this sets of alarm data from the video server’s condition, the alarm data will be automatically internal memory, use a CompactFlash memory moved to the memory card.

  • Page 38: Viewing Live Images

    Viewing Live Images The initial screen (live image screen) can be accessed by starting up the computer’s web browser and pointing it to the IP address for the network video server. The live image screen will then be displayed. • Live images will appear in the display area (1) while they are being monitored.

  • Page 39: Viewing The View Frame Screen

    Viewing Live Images Viewing the View Frame Screen Click the [VIEW FRAME] menu select button. Note: Even if the image size has been set to a smaller size (160x120 or 320x240), the The menu select buttons will disappear. The live images will still be displayed at a size of images in the view frame will be displayed at a 720x480.

  • Page 40: Playing Back Alarm Data

    Playing Back Alarm Data Alarm detection data (when an external sensor or motion detector have been set) and alarm image data is automatically recorded. Moreover, this data is also played back in the live image screen. Playing Back Alarm Data in the Descriptions of Alarm Operation Video server’s Internal Memory Buttons...

  • Page 41: Playing Back Expansion Memory Card Images

    Playing Back Alarm Data Playing Back Expansion Memory Playing Back Alarm Images Card Images Stored in a Computer Refer to p. 44 for details on saving alarm data Click the ALARM DATA indicator while it into a computer. is red or green. The ALARM DATA LIST screen will be Using Windows Explorer, click on the displayed, and an alarm image will be...

  • Page 42: Descriptions Of Alarm Operation Buttons For Saving Data To A Computer

    Playing Back Alarm Data Descriptions of Alarm Operation Buttons for Saving Data to a Computer RESOLUTION [REVERSE] This lets you change the resolution of the Reverses playback. images. [STOP] (Selection screen example) If clicked while playback is in progress, playback stops. [PLAY] Starts playback.

  • Page 43: Alarm Data Deleting

    Playing Back Alarm Data Alarm Data Deleting Click the ALARM DATA indicator while it Click the [OK] button. is red or green. The alarm data will be deleted. The ALARM DATA LIST screen for the Note: When deleting more than one set of alarm selected channel will be displayed.

  • Page 44: Saving Live Images And Alarm Images

    Saving Live Images and Alarm Images Saving Live Images onto a Saving Alarm Images onto a Computer Computer as Still Images The camera images that are being monitored Alarm images can be saved as still images in the can be saved as still images in the computer’s computer’s storage area in JPEG2000 format.

  • Page 45: Saving Alarm Data In Internal Memory Onto A Computer

    Saving Live Images and Alarm Images Saving Alarm Data in Internal Memory onto a Computer Click the ALARM DATA indicator while it Specify the saving destination and the is red or green. filename, and then click the [Save] button. The ALARM DATA LIST screen for the The download will then start.

  • Page 46: Wireless Lan Set Settings

    • It is recommended that you use one of the following commercially-available wireless LAN devices that have been tested by SANYO. In addition, consult your local dealer for advice on purchasing a wireless LAN card. Corega : PCCB-11, PCCL-11 ICOM...

  • Page 47: Video Server Wireless Lan Settings

    WIRELESS LAN SET Settings Video Server Wireless LAN Settings Make these settings after steps 1 and 2 have been completed. Click the [WIRELESS LAN] menu select Set the encipherment method. button. Because the video server and the wireless The WIRELESS LAN SET screen will be LAN device communicate by means of radio displayed.

  • Page 48: Description Of Wireless Lan Set Screen

    WIRELESS LAN SET Settings Description of WIRELESS LAN Encipherment Settings SET Screen If you do not type in the same encryption key that has been set for the wireless LAN device, communication will not be possible. Make a note of the encryption key and type it in. Example: Encryption key 1: 1234567890000 Encryption key 2: 12345 Encryption key 3: ABCDE12345678...

  • Page 49: Ppp (dial-up) Settings

    PPP (Dial-up) Settings These settings are used in order to connect the video server to the Internet via a modem. The PPP settings require you to use the separately-sold Network Archiving Software. Connecting the Video Server and Installing the Software Video server wired LAN settings (TCP/IP Video server PPP settings settings)

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    PPP (Dial-up) Settings Set “CONNECT” to “N”. Click the [SET TO CAMERA] button. The settings will be loaded into the video server. Click the [SAVE INFO FILE] button. Click the [CAMERA SET] and [RECORD The settings will be applied to the Network MODE SET] buttons and make the Archiving Software.

  • Page 51: Video Server Ppp Settings

    PPP (Dial-up) Settings Video Server PPP Settings Click the [PPP] menu select button. Type in any AT commands that are required to control the modem. The PPP SET screen will be displayed. Type in “AT” at the beginning, and then type in the commands specified by the modem manufacturer followed by a command to change flow control to software control.

  • Page 52: Rs-232c Settings (rs-232c Set)

    RS-232C Settings (RS-232C SET) This sets the communication speed for the RS-232C connector of the video server when the video server is connected to a computer for maintenance and servicing. Click the [RS-232C] menu select button. The RS-232C SET screen will be displayed. Select the communication speed from the drop-down list box, and then click the [SET] button.

  • Page 53: Ssp Settings (rs-485)

    SSP Settings (RS-485) Connect the RS-485 connector of the video server and a device with an SSP communication function. The various input channels (CAM, MPX, VCR, DVR) can then be operated by remote control via the network. Click the [SSP] menu select button. Select the “CATEGORY”...

  • Page 54: Control Panel Displays For Equipment With Ssp

    SSP Settings (RS-485) Control Panel Displays for Equipment with SSP (CAM) (MPX) (VCR) (DVR) INDIVIDUAL ADDRESS Select this when operating the connected Use this to select the addresses of the devices individually. connected devices. GROUP Select this when using a separate system Select this when operating a camera that is controller to make group settings.

  • Page 55: Connection Examples For Equipment With Ssp (dome Camera)

    SSP Settings (RS-485) Connection Examples for Equipment with SSP (Dome Camera) Computer Turn off the power supply for all equipment, and then use twisted pair cables to connect the devices that are equipped with an RS-485 control connector to the video server. Monitor TV MODEM TERMI...

  • Page 56: Language Selection

    LANGUAGE Selection Click the [LANGUAGE] menu select button. The language selection screen will then be displayed. Once a language is selected, the language setting is stored in memory, so the language selection screen is not displayed the next times you access the video server. STATUS Checking This displays information about the video server status.

  • Page 57: Glossary Of Terms

    Glossary of Terms Cookie Hard disk A system whereby a computer (HTTP server) A storage device for large quantities of data that that hosts web pages sends information that is is used by equipment such as computers. It stored by a user’s computer, so that when that contains a flat disc that is coated with magnetic user visits the same web page a second time, particles, and this disc spins around and a...

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    Internet. An example of an URL that is used to determines the process by which two points access a website on the Internet is (computers) are connected across a network “http://www.sanyo.com/”. using telephone lines. Web browser Resolution Software that is used to view web pages. The This indicates the quality of images.

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    Glossary of Terms Pre-alarm and post-alarm recording (Alarm input) Pre-alarm and post-alarm recording involve recording data according to a selected ratio in the video server’s internal memory. The default ratio is pre-alarm = 0 / post-alarm = 10. When an Post-alarm recording area (10) alarm is detected in this condition, only post-alarm images are recorded in the video...

  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If the video server cannot be Start the web browser and point it to connected “http://192.168.0.2/”. If the live image screen does not appear when you type the video server’s IP address into the location bar of the web browser, check the following items.

  • Page 61: Specifications

    Specifications Alarm input/output • Input : 4 (Normal open: Non-voltage make contact; Normal close: Non-voltage break contact) • Output : 1 (Motion detector and external input AND/OR output function, open collector: Max. 25 V 200 mA) Resolution : 720 x 480, 720 x 240, 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120 pixel Compression method : JPEG2000...

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    Printed on recycled paper SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. 1AC6P1P2600-A L8NAA/XE (0503KP-CZ) Printed in Japan...

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