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NETWORK CODEC
DM–NC40
For Customer Use :
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body.
Retain this information for future reference.
Model No. DM-NC40
Serial No.
ENCODE
DECODE
HOLD
IN 1
CF
PLAY
STOP
HOLD SELECT
This instruction book is mode from 100%
recycled paper.
INSTRUCTIONS
IN 2
POWER
P P
in
LST0176-001A

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   Summary of Contents for JVC DM-NC40

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    NETWORK CODEC DM–NC40 For Customer Use : Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. DM-NC40 Serial No. INSTRUCTIONS ENCODE DECODE HOLD IN 1 IN 2 POWER PLAY STOP...

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    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS NOT APPROVED BY JVC COULD VOID USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT. THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.

  • Page 4: Features

    Example: Menu button [Menu] About the contents of this manual All rights reserved by JVC. Unauthorized duplication or reprinting of this manual, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Features ... 4 Contents ... 5 Operational Environment ... 6 Cautionary Notes ... 7 Names and Operations of Parts ... 8 Preparations Various Applications ... 11 Preparation Flow ... 12 Step 1 Connection/Installation Connection Examples ... 13 Connecting a LAN Cable ... 17 Inserting a CF (Compact Flash) Card ...

  • Page 6: Operational Environment

    Operational Environment The operational environment is as of September 2003. For the latest operational environment, please con- sult the person in charge of professional equipment at your nearest JVC-authorized service agent. Compatible PC The following operation environment is required when connecting a PC to this unit.

  • Page 7: Cautionary Notes

    About the echo canceller The echo canceller of the unit is provided for the prevention of howling. However, repeated echo- ing of sound other than from a DM-NC40 may not be suppressed sufficiently. When using a speaker and a microphone at the...

  • Page 8: Names And Operations Of Parts

    Names and Operations of Parts Front 1 [POWER] Power button and display lamp Turns the unit power on and off. Press securely until a click is heard. The display lamp turns green when the power is on. 2 [PinP] Picture-in-Picture button When in the Monitor mode, pressing the button on the monitoring side will light the...

  • Page 9

    Back AC IN 0 Connection number display While in the Teleconference or Monitor mode, the con- necting destination number is displayed. The display will flash when establishing connection and the lamp will change to a constant display when connection is established.

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    Names and Operations of Parts Back (Continued) AC IN M [ALARM] Alarm port (Dsub 15-pin, female) Input terminals for alarm signals, and output terminals for device control. See “Alarm Port”, page 18) See “ALARM SETUP screen”, page 37) N [RS485/RS232C] Protocol select switch of Serial Port 1 Selects the protocol of O SERIAL 1 port.

  • Page 11: Various Applications

    Various Applications Teleconferencing Live video/audio can be sent/received. CH-1 CH-2 PROFESSINAL AUDIO LEVEL ND FILTER IRIS FOCUS AUTO MANU DV CAMCORDER GY-DV300 PUSH AUTO Remote monitoring Remote monitoring can be performed while having audio communication. Camera Camera Amplifier Microphone Speaker * The echo canceller is set to OFF when shipped.

  • Page 12: Preparation Flow

    • ISMA-compliant player is available with the ISMA Server mode. Page 13 ~ Page 20 ~ Page 24 ~ Page 27 ~ Page 29 ~ Page 30 ~ For details, please consult the person in charge of professional equipment at your nearest JVC-authorized service agent.

  • Page 13: Step 1 Connection/installation

    Step 1 Connection/Installation 1-1 Connection Examples (1) Teleconference system CH-1 CH-2 PROFESSINAL VIDEO OUT AUDIO LEVEL ND FILTER IRIS FOCUS AUTO MANU AUDIO OUT DV CAMCORDER GY-DV300 PUSH AUTO AUDIO IN AUDIO AC IN AUDIO OUT V. IN A. IN VIDEO OUT Network Network...

  • Page 14: Network Network

    Step 1 Connection/Installation 1-1 Connection Examples (2) Remote monitoring system Bidirectional audio conference is available. The units can reconnect automatically by power on after power failures. (CF card recording can only be performed on the camera side. Recording on the monitoring side is not available.) Camera 1 Camera 2 ALARM...

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    (3) Streaming system (ISMA compliant) When using the unit in the ISMA Server mode, an ISMA-compliant player is required. For details of ISMA compliant player, please consult the person in charge of professional equipment at your nearest JVC authorized service agent. CH-1 CH-2...

  • Page 16

    Observing the video and audio using another DM-NC40 unit (observer mode) Observing stream is available by connecting another DM-NC40 unit to working DM-NC40. • Camera mode accepts observing at the time of shipment. For teleconference mode, a setting change using API is required to accept observing.

  • Page 17: Connecting A Lan Cable

    1-2 Connecting a LAN Cable Connect the unit to a hub or a PC using a LAN cable. For the cable, select category 5 or higher. ALARM SERIAL 1 RS485 RS232C SERVICE CONTROL VIDEO VIDEO VIDEO IN 1 IN 2 LOOP LOOP THRU...

  • Page 18: Serial Ports And Alarm Port

    Step 1 Connection/Installation 1-4 SERIAL Ports and ALARM Port Signal names of SERIAL ports and ALARM port located on the back of the unit are shown below. [SERIAL 1, 2] Serial ports 1, 2 (Dsub 9-pin, male) When viewing from the back of unit SERIAL 1 port SERIAL 1 port (when set to RS232C)

  • Page 19: Connecting The Power Cord

    The rack mount brackets (optional) can be used to install the unit to a rack. Request installation to the dealer of purchase. * For details concerning the rack mount brackets, please consult the person in charge of professional equip- ment at your nearest JVC-authorized service agent. In case of 1 unit In case of 2 units •...

  • Page 20: Step 2 Pc Network Setup

    Step 2 PC Network Setup 2-1 Setting the IP Address of the PC (For Windows XP) When connection and installation are completed, the IP address of the PC controlling the unit is set. For Windows XP, perform the setting using the steps shown below. page 22) Click •...

  • Page 21: Set The Ip Address

    Set the IP address Click in the “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box” screen 1 Select “Use the following IP address”. 2 Set “IP address”. (For use at default setting without DHCP server, enter 10.0.0.100) Memo • Always take a memo of the original IP address before making changes.

  • Page 22: Setting The Ip Address Of The Pc

    Step 2 PC Network Settings 2-2 Setting the IP Address of the PC (For Windows 2000) When connection and installation are completed, the IP address of the PC controlling the unit is set. For Windows 2000, perform the setting using the steps shown below. page 20).

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    Set the IP address Click in the “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box 1 Select “Use the following IP address”. 2 Set “IP address”. (For use at default setting without DHCP server, enter 10.0.0.100) 3 Enter appropriate values for “Subnet mask”. If unknown, ask to your network administrator.

  • Page 24: Step 3 Launching The Web Browser

    Netscape to refresh the Web page. URL registration For quick access to DM-NC40, registration of IP address of the unit to browser is recommended. Selecting “Add” during accessing to DM-NC40 enables registration to “Favorites” in Internet Explorer, or “Bookmarks” in Netscape.

  • Page 25: About Access Restriction Levels

    3-2 About Access Restriction levels DM-NC40 has 3 access levels for protection of settings/data. Access restriction level ( : Settings permitted, Level Screen Settings STATUS TIME SETUP MODE SETUP NETWORK SETUP ENCODE PARAMETERS TELEPHONE BOOK SECURITY SETUP ALARM SETUP OUTPUT PIN SETUP...

  • Page 26: Launching The Browser

    Step 3 Launching the Web Browser 3-3 Launching the Browser When the IP address of DM-NC40 is specified in the Web browser and login as an administrator is performed, the initial setup (STATUS) screen is displayed. Launch the Web browser...

  • Page 27: Step 4 Initial Settings

    Reconnect to the changed IP address using the Web browser • When the IP address of the DM-NC40 is changed, you need reconnect with new IP address for more settings by Web browser. Example: When changing the IP address from 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.0.10 Enter http://10.0.0.10 in the address bar of the browser.

  • Page 28: Time Setup

    Step 4 Initial Settings 4-2 Time Setup Set the time and date of the unit. Be sure to perform these settings since they are used as file names of JPEG recorded to the CF card. Click “Time Setup” on the left of the Network Codec screen •...

  • Page 29: Step 5 Mode Setup

    Step 5 Mode Setup 5-1 Setting in the MODE SETUP screen Select mode of the unit according to the system of use. Click Mode Setup in the Network Codec screen • The MODE SETUP screen is displayed. Click “Detailed Setup” to display submenus.

  • Page 30: Step 6 Detailed Setup

    Step 6 Detailed Setup 6-1 NETWORK SETUP screen Network related settings can be made on NETWORK SETUP screen. Click Network Setup on the left of the Network Codec screen to display the NETWORK SETUP screen. Select the screen For details of network settings, ask to network administrator. Mandatory settings (be sure to perform) Item Manual: Set the address according to the used environment.

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    For Video The port number for video is displayed. API Port The port number for API control of DM-NC40 is displayed. Pass Through Port The port number used by the pass-through feature of SERIAL 1 port is for Serial 1 displayed.

  • Page 32: Encode Parameters Screen

    Setting is available only in the Camera mode. • When the encode parameters are changed during communication with other DM-NC40, the play- back can freeze for a while. This is a characteristic of this unit and is not a malfunction.

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    (–: Cannot be set) Memo • When in the Teleconference mode or Monitor mode, set Bitrates for all DM-NC40 units so that they have same color on the bitrate select bar. • When setting a high bit rate, the video may not play back smoothly depending on the input video. However, this is not a malfunction of the unit.

  • Page 34: Telephone Book Screen

    Step 6 Detailed Setup 6-3 TELEPHONE BOOK screen Registration of destination address can be performed on the TELEPHONE BOOK screen. Click Telephone Book on the left the Network Codec screen to display the TELEPHONE BOOK screen. Select the screen Item Edit No.

  • Page 35: Security Setup Screen

    6-4 SECURITY SETUP screen 6-4Å@SECURITY SETUPâÊñ Security related setting can be performed on the SECURITY SETUP screen. Click Security Setup on the left of the Network Codec screen to display the SECURITY SETUP screen. Select the screen Change Setting Screen Click “Change”...

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    User name: Minimum of 1 character and a maximum of 64 characters Password: Minimum of 1 character and a maximum of 16 characters (Continued) (Continued) Content User name (Fixed) admin OPERATOR nc40jpeg nc40serial Default values Password dm-nc40 dm-nc40 dm-nc40 (Fixed) dm-nc40 dm-nc40...

  • Page 37: Alarm Setup Screen

    6-5 ALARM SETUP screen Alarm input related settings can be performed on the ALARM SETUP screen. Click Alarm Setup on the left the Network Codec screen to display the ALARM SETUP screen. Select the screen Select from the pull-down menu Select one Select from the pull-down menu.

  • Page 38

    Character string entered in Data will be sent to the set port no. Some custom application software may be required to receive the alarm information by TCP. monitor side DM-NC40 for automatic connection. Port is set to “-----” (default) and Data is set to “Disable”. Default value...

  • Page 39: Output Pin Setup Screen

    6-6 OUTPUT PIN SETUP screen The polarity of output pins can be set on the OUTPUT PIN SETUP screen. Click Output Pin Setup on the left of the Network Codec screen to display the OUTPUT PIN SETUP screen. Select the screen Item Output Pin 1 ~ 8...

  • Page 40: Serial Port Setup Screen

    Number up to 8 digits can be entered. Timeout is disabled when 0 is entered. (Continued) Select from the pull-down menu Select one for each item Enter Select from the pull-down menu Select one Content Default value 19200bps None dm-nc40...

  • Page 41: Cf Card Setup Screen

    6-8 CF CARD SETUP Screen CF card recording related settings can be performed on the CF CARD SETUP screen. Clicking CF Card Setup on the left of the Network Codec screen to display the CF CARD SETUP screen. (For details concerning CF cards, Select the screen Select one for...

  • Page 42: Operating The Teleconference System

    Operating the Teleconference System In the Teleconference mode, both videos of teleconference can be displayed on a single monitor by PinP. Connected party ENCODE DECODE HOLD IN 1 IN 2 PLAY STOP HOLD SELECT 4.7. 6. 1. Number display <Connected party> Teleconference mode Set the power to ON.

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    When connection is established: The display will change to a constant display and the video of the connect party will be displayed. Press the PinP button The videos of the user and the c o n n e c t e d p a r t y w i l l b e displayed.

  • Page 44: Operating The Monitor System

    Operating the Monitor System For use as a Monitor system, the DM-NC40 connected to the camera side is set to the Camera side Camera mode and the DM-NC40 on the monitoring side is set to the Monitor mode. Camera side...

  • Page 45

    Press the VIDEO SELECT button VIDEO IN 1 and VIDEO 2 videos will switch every time the button is pressed. Press the STOP button Connection will be discon- nected and the number dis- played will be cleared. Multicast send/receive signals ( <Camera side>...

  • Page 46

    Example: http://10.0.0.1:8009/live.jpg Value set in the “Network Setup Screen”. (Default user name is “nc40jpeg” and default password is “dm-nc40”. The password can be changed.) Enabling JPEG server of the unit To enable JPEG server of the unit, set JPEG in the ENCODE PARAMETERS screen to “Video In 1” or “Video In 2”.

  • Page 47: Operating The Isma Server System

    The multicast stream is transmitted from the DM- NC40. Memo When transmitting multicast streams from multiple DM-NC40 units, make sure the same multicast IP addresses or port numbers are not used. Receive multicast streams with an ISMA- on the compliant player For receiving multicast stream, contact the nearest JVC-authorized service agent.

  • Page 48: Ip Address Display During Startup

    DNS Server settings cannot be set from Web browser. IP Address Display The IP address is displayed after the power of DM-NC40 is turned on. When the power is turned on, the unit performs initialization and current IP address is displayed twice on the connection number display of the unit.

  • Page 49: Operating The Cf Card

    Operating the CF card JPEG files can be recorded to the CF card. Formatting CF card and deleting JPEG files are available from Web browser. Seeing JPEG files is available from PC. CF CARD SETUP screen Card reader Via FTP : Allowed, –...

  • Page 50: Operating With Cf Card Reader

    With the CF card reader, you can read image files recorded in a CF card. Remove the CF card from DM-NC40 and set it to the CF card reader. Caution: Windows cannot read CF cards formatted to Ext2. Please format the CF card to FAT32.

  • Page 51: Operating Of Ftp

    Operating of FTP Image files can be transferred from CF card in DM-NC40 to PC by FTP. Use FTP client installed PC. From the command prompt of PC, type “ftp” to login. Default settings of DM-NC40, 10.0.0.1 as IP address, OPERATOR as user, and dm-nc40 as password, are used in following steps.

  • Page 52

    Operating the CF Card Use “cd” command to change directory, and type “ls” to list files in the directory. Use “get” command to copy files from CF card to PC. Check View the transferred file using JPEG compatible viewer. Use “del” command to delete files (Continued) 1 Type “cd”...

  • Page 53: Settings Using The Terminal Software Of A Pc

    Stop bit: 1 bit Flow control: None Launch screen When the DM-NC40 is running, the prompt will appear in the terminal software when the Enter key is pressed. (Terminal software cannot work during Telnet is connected to the unit. Please terminate telnet before using terminal software.)

  • Page 54

    370: GET DHCPCLIENT Show status of DHCP 371: SET DHCPCLIENT ON Sets to DHCP mode (enabling of this command requires the DM-NC40 to be rebooted or the power to be turned off and turned back on.) 371:SET DHCPCLIENT OFF Set to Manual mode (enabling of this command requires the DM-NC40 to be rebooted or the power to be turned off and turned back on.)

  • Page 55: Settings By Telnet Of The Pc

    Example: When the IP address of the unit is 10.0.0.1 (factory set IP address) Start command prompt. Type “telnet 10.0.0.1”. Enter “nc40api” as the user name and “dm-nc40” as the password. Memo • When displayed lines in the telnet window are not enough, increase the buffer size in the settings of the Telnet software.

  • Page 56: About The Alarm

    About the Alarm In camera mode, image files are recorded to CF card when the CF button is pressed or alarm is inputted to the ALARM INPUT port. (To see the image, see “Operating the CF Card”, page 49) Settings Select input video Select input video for JPEG in the ENCODE PARAMETERS screen.

  • Page 57

    About the Alarm Alarm notification using API When alarm settings are set to send alarm information to DM-NC40 with API, the monitor mode DM-NC40 that receives the notification works as follows: (For details on settings, see page 37) 1. If the source unit is registered in the telephone book, the number of source unit flashes on the number display of the monitor unit.

  • Page 58: Specifications

    Specifications Compressions format <Video> Format: MPEG-4 JPEG Frame sizes: MPEG-4 JPEG MPEG-4 JPEG Frame rates MPEG4: 30fps max JPEG 3fps max Encode rate: 2.0Mbps max (ISMA compliant) <Audio> Format: G.726 (8k sampling, monoral) AAC-LC (32k sampling, stereo) Input/output Video input: 1 V (p-p) (BNC, 75 , with/ loop-through) Audio input: Lch, Rch RCA, (2 Vrms) (AAC-LC only for Rch) Video output: 1 V (p-p) BNC...

  • Page 60

    ® is a registered trademark owned by VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD. ® is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries. © 2003 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED Printed in Japan LST0176-001A...

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