Cisco 5010 Quick Start Manual

Video surveillance 5010/5011 indoor fixed hd ip dome camera
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Cisco Video Surveillance 5010/5011 Indoor Fixed HD IP Dome Camera
Quick Start Guide
Product Overview
Next Steps
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request



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  • Page 1 UICK TART UIDE Cisco Video Surveillance 5010/5011 Indoor Fixed HD IP Dome Camera Quick Start Guide Product Overview Installation Operation Next Steps Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request...
  • Page 2: Product Overview

    78-19556-02 Product Overview Figure 1 Camera Connections and Features (Side) Relay and Alarm Connections: Supports one relay that can be used to control an external circuit and one alarm for physical input into the system. Accessory Port: For use with compatible accessories. RJ-45 Network Port: Connects the camera to the network.
  • Page 3: Installation

    Reset Button: Reboots the camera or restores the camera's factory default settings. This button is recessed. Use a small tool or a paper clip to press and release the reset button once to reboot the camera. Press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds to restore the camera to the factory default settings.
  • Page 4 Step 2 Install the lens: a. Remove the cover from the lens mount. b. Screw the lens onto the lens mount. Be careful to prevent dust from entering the space between the lens and the imager. If necessary, use clean, compressed air to remove any foreign matter (refer to the instructions shipped with the lens). c.
  • Page 5 Connect the necessary wiring for alarms and relays (refer to Figure 5). Only use the 24 VAC wires if PoE is not available. Step 4 Figure 5 Alarm and Relay Wiring Figure 6 24 VAC Wiring 24V~ Install the back box using one of the following options: Step 5 •...
  • Page 6 Tighten the machine screws completely to secure the back box to the ceiling. – Figure 8 Surface Installation Apply power to the camera. The camera will complete a configuration sequence: the green LED flashes five times per Step 6 second for approximately two minutes and then turns solid after the sequence is complete. Note If the camera is not connected to a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and DHCP is enabled, the configuration sequence might take up to five minutes to complete.
  • Page 7: Dome Liner And Lower Dome

    Step 8 Focus the lens: a. View the camera image using the service port or a Web browser. b. Press the auto back focus button once to center the focus mechanism. The button is located on the rim of the back box. c.
  • Page 8: Operation

    Figure 12 Aligning the Lower Dome with the Back Box Step 4 Snap the lower dome into place, and then move the lower dome latches toward the bubble until you hear a click. Figure 13 Locking the Lower Dome Turn the top cover of the lower dome 90-degrees to conceal the dome latches, LED, and service port. Step 5 Figure 14 Positioning the Top Cover of the Lower Dome...
  • Page 9: Ip Address Settings

    IP Address Settings If the camera is connected to a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) network and DHCP is set to the On position, the server will automatically assign an IP address to the device; DHCP On is the default setting for the camera. Set DHCP to the Off position to set the camera’s IP address manually.
  • Page 10: Live Page Icons

    Live Page Icons Viewable icons are based on group permissions. The camera has two predefined groups: Public and Admin. Public: This defined group can be modified or deleted. The default permissions for this group are single stream view, stream selection, and API access. Admin: This is the only defined group that cannot be deleted;...
  • Page 11 System Tab General Settings: Includes programmable fields for the device name, time server, and text overlay settings. You can also use the General Settings page to configure the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server to send an email notification when an event handler is activated.
  • Page 12: Next Steps

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