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PTZ IP DOME CAMERA
OUTDOOR PTZ IP DOME CAMERA
VN-V685U
VN-V686BU
VN-V686WPBU
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Before beginning to operate this unit, please read
the instruction manual carefully in order to make
sure that the best possible performance is
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For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the
body.
Retain this information for future reference.
Model No. VN-V685U/VN-V686BU/VN-V686WPBU
Serial No.
INSTRUCTIONS
VN-V685U/
VN-V686BU
VN-V686WPBU
LST0819-001A

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  • Page 1 For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. VN-V685U/VN-V686BU/VN-V686WPBU Serial No. INSTRUCTIONS VN-V685U/ VN-V686BU VN-V686WPBU LST0819-001A...
  • Page 2: Getting Started

    If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our web page Union. www.jvc-europe.com to obtain information about the take-back of the product. [Other Countries outside the European Union] If you wish to dispose of this product, please do so in accordance with applicable national legislation or other rules in your country for the treatment of old electrical and electronic equipment.
  • Page 3 ● This installation should be made by a qualified service person and should conform to all local codes. ● This installation shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. ● The unit is to be powered by an AC 24 V power supply.
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    Getting Started These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not apply to all appliances. 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.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting Started Safety Precautions ...2 Contents ...5 Main Features ...6 Safety precautions ...8 Operating Environment ...8 Precautions ...9 Name and Function of Parts ...13 VN-V685U/VN-V686BU ...13 VN-V686WPBU ...15 Features ...16 Connection/Installation (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) Mounting the Camera ...18 Power Connection ...23 LAN Cable Connection ...24 Connecting the alarm signal terminal ...25 Connection/Installation...
  • Page 6: Main Features

    Getting Started Main Features Support for PoE (Power over Ethernet) This camera supports PoE (IEEE802.3af) and enables power supply through a LAN cable. T Connect to AC 24 V when using the heater. (VN-V686WPBU only) Dual Stream Full Frame Rate Transmission Dual stream (JPEG, MPEG4) data transmission is possible in VGA size at a rate of 30 fps.
  • Page 7 ● The Automatic Tracking, Intelligent Tracking, and Motion Detection features are simple functions and cannot be used as a substitute for a security alarm. JVC shall not be liable for any inconveniences or damages caused in the event of false detection or when these functions cannot be detected.
  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Getting Started Safety precautions Mounting to a firm place As the unit rotates at high speed, mount it on a firm place with sufficient strength to support the vibration and weight of the unit Mass:Approx. 1.9 kg (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) :Approx. 5.5 kg (VN-V686WPBU) If the strength is weak, the vibration will cause fuzzy images on the monitor screen.
  • Page 9: Precautions

    230 V power supply. The camera internal circuit will be damaged. Should that happens, do not use the camera. Bring it to your nearest JVC dealer for repair. (charged separately) To supply AC 24 V, use an AC 24 V supplying power...
  • Page 10 Getting Started Precautions (continued) Others (continued) Depending on the stop position and rotation speed of the horizontal/vertical rotation platform, the running sound of the rotation platformfs motor may be heard, but this is not a malfunction. When using multicast, make use of a IGMPv2- compliant network switch.
  • Page 11 Disclaimer The Automatic Tracking, Intelligent Tracking, and Motion Detection features are not features to prevent theft or fire. Our company shall not be liable for any inconveniences or failures that occur. We shall not be responsible for any inconveniences or disturbances caused in the event of privacy invasion as a result of camera footages of this product.
  • Page 12 Getting Started Precautions (continued) Consumable parts The following are consumable parts. They must be replaced once they reach their lifetime. The lifetime is only an estimation and differs according to the usage environment and conditions. Replacement of consumable parts is chargeable within the guarantee period.
  • Page 13: Name And Function Of Parts

    Name and Function of Parts VN-V685U/VN-V686BU Ceiling mount section Terminal Fixing holes (x3) This hole is for mounting the ceiling clamping bracket to the ceiling or the ceiling recessed bracket (WB-S685: Sold separately). [AC24VHINPUT] AC 24 V Input terminal This connects the camera to AC 24 V power. [10BASE-T/100BASE-TX] LAN cable connection terminal This connects the unit to the network.
  • Page 14 Getting Started Name and Function of Parts (continued) VN-V685U/VN-V686BU (continued) Camera Fall Prevention Wire This is fixed to the fall prevention wire fixing bracket E of the ceiling clamping bracket. Camera lock knob (x2) This mounts the camera on the ceiling and secures it so that it does not fall.
  • Page 15: Vn-V686Wpbu

    VN-V686WPBU Front side Camera securing hole (4 locations) This hole is used for mounting the camera on the wall. Cable connecting hole, cap Remove the cap and pull out the cables from this hole for connection. (A Page 27) Fall Prevention Wire Connects the camera to the wall.
  • Page 16: Features

    Getting Started Features Surveillance Using Built-in Viewer This unit comes with a built-in ActiveX JPEG Viewer and MPEG4 Viewer. JPEG images and MPEG4 images of the camera can be monitored using the computer by installing this Built-in Viewer on the computer. JPEG images that are currently displayed can also be captured into the computer’s hard disk.
  • Page 17 Alarm This unit comes with a motion detection feature and dual alarm input. During motion detection or alarm input, actions such as mail delivery, message transmission via TCP/UDP, alarm output, moving to a preset position, and changing of B&W mode settings can be triggered.
  • Page 18: Connection/Installation (Vn-V685U/Vn-V686Bu)

    Connection/Installation (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) Mounting the Camera Preparation Be sure to put on protective glasses to protect your eyes from falling objects when mounting the camera. Make holes on the ceiling ● Use the provided template to make a hole (R80 mm) for the connection cables to thread behind the ceiling.
  • Page 19 V power supply. The camera internal circuit will be damaged. Should that happens, do not use the camera. Bring it to your nearest JVC dealer for repair. (charged separately) after all the connection is complete. power unit that is insulated from AC 100 V line.
  • Page 20 Connection/Installation (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) Mounting the Camera (continued) Preparation (continued) Mount the terminal cover Return the terminal cover that was removed in step its original position. The direction to pull out the cables changes according to the mounting method of the camera. Pulling out the cables from the side Terminal cover Pulling out the cables from the top...
  • Page 21 Mounting the camera to the ceiling Remove the tape on the lens section Remove the lens cap Lens cap Mount the dome cover to the camera Check that the dome cover and lens are free from dirt. Turn the dome cover in a clockwise direction to mount.
  • Page 22 Connection/Installation (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) Mounting the Camera (continued) Mount the fall prevention wire Mount the fall prevention wire, which is attached to the camera, to the fall prevention wire fixing bracket of the ceiling clamping bracket. Caution ● Be sure to connect the fall prevention wire. Otherwise, the camera may fall.
  • Page 23: Power Connection

    V power supply. The camera internal circuit will be above above damaged. Should that happens, do not use the camera. Bring it to your nearest JVC dealer for repair. (charged separately) ● Turn on the power only after the connection for all the devices is complete.
  • Page 24: Lan Cable Connection

    Connection/Installation (VN-V685U/VN-V686BU) Power Connection (continued) Using PoE Supply power to the camera by connecting it to a device that supports PoE via a LAN cable. What is PoE (Power over Ethernet)? PoE is a feature that transfers data and supplies power simultaneously through a LAN cable.
  • Page 25: Connecting The Alarm Signal Terminal

    Connecting the alarm signal terminal Connect the alarm signal cable to external devices, such as a sensor or buzzer. Cable to use ● Length of 50 m or shorter ● UL1007, UL1015 or equivalent products ● AWG#22 to AWG#18 or equivalent products Loosen screws on both sides of the terminal block with a flathead screwdriver...
  • Page 26: Connection/Installation (Vn-V686Wpbu)

    Connection/Installation (VN-V686WPBU) Mounting the Camera Setting Up the Wall Be sure to put on protective glasses to protect your eyes from falling objects when mounting the camera. Make holes in the wall Make holes (R 45 mm) for the connecting cables to pass through.
  • Page 27 As a guide, install the three catches of the dome cover and the central mark. Install such that the central mark appears above the JVC mark of the camera. Plate Note: ● Check that there is no dirt or dust inside the dome ●...
  • Page 28 Connection/Installation (VN-V686WPBU) Mounting the Camera (continued) Mounting the Camera Mount the fall prevention wire ● Mount the fall prevention wire of the camera to the fall prevention wire anchor bolt that was installed earlier. ● Secure the fall prevention wire tightly with a nut and washer.
  • Page 29 Connecting the alarm cable (A Page 25) Connect the alarm cable and wind the waterproof tape (adhesive). After connecting, push the cable into the arm of the camera. Wind the waterproof tape (adhesive) Note: ● For cables that are not used, be sure to wrap the ends individually with insulating tape.
  • Page 30: Power Connection

    ● When a power beyond the rated value is supplied, the internal components may be damaged even if no abnormality is found on the appearance and operation of the camera. Please contact your nearest JVC dealer immediately for servicing (charged separately). Memo ●...
  • Page 31: Lan Cable Connection

    Using PoE Supply power to the camera by connecting it to a device that supports PoE via a LAN cable. What is PoE (Power over Ethernet)? PoE is a feature that transfers data and supplies power simultaneously through a LAN cable.
  • Page 32: Connecting The Alarm Signal Cable

    Connection/Installation (VN-V686WPBU) Connecting the alarm signal cable Connect the alarm signal cable to external devices, such as a sensor or buzzer. Cable to use ● Length of 50 m or shorter ● UL1007, UL1015 or equivalent products ● AWG#22 to AWG#18 or equivalent products Note: ●...
  • Page 33: Network Setting Network Requirements

    Network Setting Network Requirements ● Ensure that there is sufficient network bandwidth for the data volume to be sent out by the camera. Do not send multicast stream that exceeds the bandwidth. If the entire bandwidth is used by the multicast stream, control of this camera via the network may fail.
  • Page 34 Network Setting Network Requirements (continued) Bit Rate of MPEG4 Stream You can select either the Variable Bit Rate (VBR) or Constant Bit Rate (CBR) system for MPEG4 stream. When the VBR system is selected, the bit rate varies according to the condition of the input video signals. The VBR system delivers a stable picture quality, but forecast of the bit rate is difficult.
  • Page 35 Network Delay When the client acquires JPEG via TCP, the camera will send out data while checking the ACK from the client at the same time. For networks with considerable delay, data cannot be sent out until ACK is received, and therefore the frame rate will drop.
  • Page 36: Ip Address Settings

    Network SettingNetwork Setting IP Address Settings IP address setting procedure Follow the procedure below to configure the IP address of the camera. Step1 IP address setting at the computer (APager37) Set the IP address of the computer for configuring the camera settings. Step2 Internet Explorer settings (APager38) Configure the Internet Explorer settings in...
  • Page 37: Ip Address Setting At The Computer

    IP address setting at the computer Set the computer to an IP address that enables communication with the camera. Click [Start] ● Select in the sequence of [Control Panel]-[Network Connection]-[Local Area]. Windows Vista: ● Select in the sequence of [Settings]- [Control Panel]- [Network Center]- [Network Connection]. The computer on which Internet Explorer is launched automatically selects the connected network ●...
  • Page 38: Internet Explorer Settings

    Network SettingNetwork Setting IP Address Settings (continued) Internet Explorer settings Launch the Internet Explorer on the computer When proxy settings are enabled in the Internet Explorer, follow the steps below to disable the proxy of the Internet Explorer ● Select in the order of [Tool]-[Internet Options]-[Connections]-[LAN Setting], followed by deselecting the check for [Use a proxy server for your LAN] under [Proxy Server] of the [Local Area Network (LAN) Settings] window.
  • Page 39 If ActiveX controls and plug-ins of the Internet Explorer is disabled, follow the steps below to enable it ● Click [Trusted sites] under [Tool]-[Internet Options]-[Security]. Select the [Custom Level] button and open the [Security Settings] window. Set all items under [ActiveX controls and plug-ins] in the opened window to [Enable].
  • Page 40: Connecting The Camera To The Computer

    Enter the user name and password (login as administrator) (A Page 44) Memo ● After the [Security Settings] screen appears, press the [Yes] button to proceed. Enter the user name. This is set to admin by default. Enter the password. This is set to jvc by default. Click [OK]. Click [Go].
  • Page 41 Built-in Viewer appears The Operator Password entry screen appears A Operator Password (default password is jvc ) B Click [OK]. Memo ● The operator password entry screen does not appear if the password is stored on the computer. Proceed to configure the IP address. (A Page 42)
  • Page 42: Ip Address Setting For The Camera

    Network SettingNetwork Setting IP Address Settings (continued) IP address setting for the camera Click [Advanced Settings] of the Built-in Viewer The [Basic Settings1] screen appears A Specify the [DHCP Disable]. ● When selecting DHCP Enable : The default setting is DHCP Enable (DHCP client function is Enabled). To assign an IP address from the DHCP server, connect the DHCP server to the LAN, set the [DHCP Disable] of the camera to DHCP Enable , and click the [OK] button.
  • Page 43 B Specify the [Time Zone]. C Click [OK]. A confirmation screen appears Click [OK]. Camera restarts using the new IP address. It takes about one minute for the camera to reboot. Memo ● Access from this computer may fail when the IP address of the camera is changed. To enable access to this unit from the same computer, alter the IP address at the computer accordingly.
  • Page 44: Enter User Name And Password

    Network SettingNetwork Setting IP Address Settings (continued) Enter user name and password User name and password entry will be required at the beginning.(A Page 40) There are three access authorization levels to the camera. The factory settings are as follows. User Default Description...
  • Page 45 ● user Detalis [Miscellaneous] Memo ● Security Information window may appear before the top page is displayed. Press the [OK] button to proceed. If you do not want this warning screen to be displayed, change the Internet Explorer settings as follows. ●...
  • Page 46: Setting Using Internet Explorer

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting How to open the setting page Enter the IP address of the camera in the address bar of Internet Explorer (A Page 40) ● A Built-in Viewer is opened. Click [Detalis] ● [Basic Settings1] page will be opened if accessed by user name admin . (A Page 47) ●...
  • Page 47: Basic Settings1

    Basic Settings1 This page is for performing basic setting related to the network. ● This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Basic Settings1]. ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ● If the [OK] button is pressed upon entering an invalid value, a warning message will appear and the entry will be denied.
  • Page 48: Basic Settings2

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Basic Settings2 Page for setting fundamental parameters of Camera, JPEG and MPEG4. ● This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Basic Settings2]. ● Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 49 Camera Camera ID Character strings entered here will be written to the JPEG comment segment (item name: Camera). Refer to the [API Guide] (provided CD-ROM) on the file formats of JPEG. Monitor For selecting the monitor type according to the monitor used to display the video images.
  • Page 50 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Basic Settings2 (continued) MPEG4 Bitrate For setting the MPEG4 encoding bit rate. [Setting range: 64 kbps to 8000 kbps] Bitrate For selecting whether to set the MPEG4 rate control mode to CBR (Constant Bit Rate) or VBR (Variable Bit Rate). Control For setting the MPEG4 frame rate.
  • Page 51: Camera Page

    Camera Page This page is for setting the camera’s parameters. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Camera]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 52 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Camera Page (continued) Gamma To alter the appearance of dark areas in a video image, adjust the gamma curve. Active [Setting value:0, 1, 2, Active] Memo ● The set value is fixed when the [Monitor Type] B is set to LCD1 , This adjusts the effect when [Gamma] D is set to Active .
  • Page 53 Stabilizer This function prevents image shaking caused by vibration. Set this function to On to control image shaking. Memo ● When the function is set to On approximately 1.3 times. ● Adjustment is disabled in the electronic zoom area. ● Adjustment is disabled for about 1 minute after power ON and during Pan/Tilt/Zoom operation.
  • Page 54 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Camera Page (continued) KALC (continued) For setting the AGC (automatic gain control) level. High Super [Setting value:Off, Mid, High, Super] Memo ● The screen appears grainy at dark locations when the AGC feature is in Sense Up This feature is used to raise the sensitivity level by lengthening the exposure time.
  • Page 55 B/W Mode This sets the function to switch from Color to B&W mode. Color Black & White : Always be in B&W mode. Auto Low,Auto Mid,Auto High Memo To ensure a successful B&W/Color switching ● If the [B/W Mode] item is set to Auto Low, Auto Mid, Auto High , the IR Preset AF When switching the Color mode to B&W mode, the type of light source may cause the focus to be dislocated.
  • Page 56: Encoding Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Encoding Page This page is for setting JPEG and MPEG4 encoding parameters. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Encoding]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings.
  • Page 57 JPEG Quality/Size For specifying the rate control mode and target file size for JPEG. When VFS1 to VFS7 is selected, the quantization table during JPEG encoding will be maintained and the file size will increase/decrease according to the input signals. Stipulated values will be displayed in the Size field.
  • Page 58: Alarm Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Alarm Page This page is for setting actions when there is an alarm. Up to 5 actions (No. 01 to No. 05) may be set. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ●...
  • Page 59 Action For specifying the type of action. Disable Mail PrePostRecording + FTP TCP/UDP Data PinOutout 1 Make PinOutout 1 Breake :Changes Alarm Output 1 to Break. PinOutout 2 Make PinOutout 2 Breake :Changes Alarm Output 2 to Break. Set the alarm Position BlackWhite →...
  • Page 60 Setting (continued) Alarm Page (continued) This item specifies the first trigger to the operation set in [Action] A. 1st Trigger [Setting value:Input 1 Make, Input 2 Make, Input 1 Break, Input 2 Break, Motion Detection, Fan Stop, Position, BlackWhite → Color, Color → BlackWhite] Memo ●...
  • Page 61 TCP/UDP TCP/UDP IP Address TCP/UDP Port Number TCP/UDP Data Alarm Output For setting the alarm output time from the alarm output terminal. When this is set to 0 , it is not possible to revert back to break (or make) Duration after changing to make (or break).
  • Page 62: Alarm Environment Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Alarm Environment Page This page is for setting alarm-related environments. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Alarm Environment]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings.
  • Page 63 TCP/IP network without abbreviating. For example, if the host name is www and the domain name is jvc.co.jp , this will be denoted as www.jvc.co.jp in FQDN. Japanese cannot be used in FQDN.
  • Page 64 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Alarm Environment Page (continued)
  • Page 65 FTP (continued) Setting the Periodic FTP Time Filter: For specifying the periodic FTP transfer action with respect to each day of the week and setting the corresponding time of the day. Applicable day of week Alarm action Applicable time period: For specifying the Start and End time in hours and Pre-/Post-recording parameter: [PrePostRecording Frame Rate] [PrePostRecording Before Trigger]...
  • Page 66: Ptz Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) PTZ Page This page is used for specifying Auto Return, Auto Tracking, Intelligent Tracking, Move Preset Position, and Auto Flip. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ●...
  • Page 67 AAuto Return (continued) Return Time This item sets the time to return the operation with Auto Return. This feature cannot be configured when the [Mode] is set to none . [Setting value:1 minute, 2minutes, 3minutes, 5minutes, 10minutes, 20minutes, 30minutes, 60minutes] Memo ●...
  • Page 68 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) PTZ Page (continued) Auto Tracking/ Memo Intelligent ● Intelligent tracking cannot begin under the following conditions. Tracking (continued) ● Dark images can be improved with the [Sense Up] (A Page 54) function but the tracking may be slow. Note: ●...
  • Page 69 Intelligent This item sets the zoom for [Intelligent Tracking]. Tracking Tracking Zoom When this item is set to On , the zoom ratio changes according to the movement of the object. Tracking Zoom When [Tracking Zoom] is set to On , this item sets the threshold limit of the Limit zoom ratio.
  • Page 70 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) PTZ Page (continued) DLimit (continued) Pan Limit Basic operation of Pan Limit (continued) When [Pan Limit] is set to On , panning is only available in the effective area. When the camera is moved to prohibited area by some operation that has priority over [Pan Limit] and manual panning is performed, it operates in the following manner.
  • Page 71 Preset Position This item sets the speed of moving to the preset position. It is also applicable when moving to the preset position in Auto Patrol. Speed Speed [Setting value:1 to 4] Auto Flip Set this item when shooting objects that pass right under the camera. Otherwise, following operations are necessary to shoot objects that pass right under the camera.
  • Page 72: Auto Patrol Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Auto Patrol Page This function sets the Auto Patrol operation which patrols multiple positions at specified time intervals. You can set the order in which to view the determined positions. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ●...
  • Page 73 There are three screens in Auto Patrol. Click Switches the camera image from No. 0 to 99 in sequence. Title This displays the title of the position. Position This sets the position number to be moved in sequence. [Setting value:0 to 99] Time This sets the duration of staying at the position.
  • Page 74: Privacy Mask Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Privacy Mask Page Privacy Mask is a feature that enables masking of a portion of the image. You can set 8 rectangular privacy masks for this unit. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ●...
  • Page 75 Privacy Mask For specifying whether to activate the Privacy Mask feature. When this is set to On , the privacy mask specified using the following items will appear on the screen. Memo ● When setting privacy mask, zoom will be at the Wide edge and [Digital Flip] is set to Off .
  • Page 76: Motion Detection Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Motion Detection Page This page is for setting motion detection. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Motion detection]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 77 Display Screen The screen is divided into blocks of 12 (horizontal) x 8 (vertical). Use this to set whether to mask each block. All blocks are masked in the default setting. The block turns blue when it is clicked, indicating that it is unmasked. Click again to return to the masked state.
  • Page 78: Network Basic Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Network Basic Page This page is for performing basic setting related to the network. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Network Basic]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 79 IP Setting For setting the DHCP client function. Connect the camera to a network environment with a DHCP server when DHCP is to be enabled. If the DHCP server does not exist when [IP Setting] is set to DHCP Enable , the camera will start running with IP address 192.168.0.2 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 in about 2 minutes after startup.
  • Page 80: Network Details Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Network Details Page This page is for performing detailed network setting. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Network Details]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 81: Protocol Page

    Protocol Page This page is for changing the HTTP server port number. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Protocol]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 82: Streaming Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Streaming Page This page is for setting manual multicast transmission. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Streaming]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 83 JPEG Control Destination Address Destination Port Frame Rate MPEG4 Control Destination Address Destination Port Memo ● When the power of the camera is turned off accidentally during multicast transmission, multicast transmission will restart automatically after the camera is rebooted. For starting or stopping streaming of JPEG images. Parameters that are set on the [Streaming] page will be saved when transmission is started upon pressing the [Start] button.
  • Page 84: Access Restrictions Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Access Restrictions Page This page is for setting client restrictions. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Access Restrictions]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 85 Restrictions may be imposed on clients accessing the camera using the IP Destination Address address. Access When deny is selected, acquisition of JPEG/MPEG4 via the IP address specified for the [IP Address] item B will be denied. Restrictions are not Restrictions imposed on access to the Web Settings page.
  • Page 86: Time Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Time Page This page is for setting time. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Time]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. ●...
  • Page 87: Password Page

    Passwords should be 8 characters or less (no space allowed). Camera is case-sensitive. New Password Enter again to confirm the new password. Again Note: ● Be sure to handle the password carefully in case you forget it. ● If you have forgotten the password, please consult your nearest JVC dealer.
  • Page 88: Maintenance Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Maintenance Page This page is for maintenance purposes. This page can be used during access using admin . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Maintenance]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click...
  • Page 89 Restart Reboots the camera. (It takes about one minute for the camera to reboot.) All Settings Restores all settings to their default values and reboots the unit. (It takes about one minute for the camera to initialize and reboot.) [Initialize] Passwords will also be initialized.
  • Page 90: List Of Factory Settings Of Each Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) List of Factory Settings of Each Page Camera Page(A Page 51) Item Camera ID Monitor Type Black Level Gamma Active Gamma Level Enhance Frequency Enhance Level Color Level Stabilizer Stabilizer Level Noise Reduction Sense Up ALC Priority Shutter Speed B/W Mode...
  • Page 91 Alarm Environment Page(A Page 62) Item Factory Settings SMTP Server 0.0.0.0 Port Number Send Mail Address POP before SMTP POP Server 0.0.0.0 Port Number Username Password FTP Server 0.0.0.0 Directory Username Password Periodic FTP Periodic FTP Interval Periodic FTP Time Filter Auto Periodic FTP Time Filter Unmask All...
  • Page 92 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) List of Factory Settings of Each Page (continued) Auto Patrol Page(A Page 72) Item Position Time Privacy Mask Page(A Page 74) Item Privacy Mask Mask 0 to 7 Brightness Password Motion Detection Page(A Page 76) Item Mask Detection...
  • Page 93 Factory Settings SNTP NTP Server 0.0.0.0 Access Interval hour,1 Time Zone (GMT)UTC Password Page(A Page 87) Item Factory Settings Username admin Current Password Blank Default passwords are: admin operator : jvc user Factory Settings Factory Settings : jvc : jvc...
  • Page 94: Miscellaneous Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Miscellaneous page This page is for acquiring information. This page can be used during access using admin , operator and user . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Miscellaneous]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click Open Source Press the [Show] button to display information of the software used by the...
  • Page 95: Operation Page

    Operation Page Displays the operating status of the camera. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Operation]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click Operation Total Sending...
  • Page 96: Settings Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Settings Page This page displays the version information and settings of the camera. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Settings]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click...
  • Page 98 Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Settings Page (continued)
  • Page 99: Position List Page

    Position List Page This page displays information on preset positions. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Position List]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click...
  • Page 100: Patrol Settings Page

    Setting Using Internet Explorer Setting (continued) Patrol Settings Page This page displays the information and settings of Auto Patrol. This page can be used during access using admin or operator . ● Click [Advanced Settings] to display setting menu. ● Click [Patrol Infomation]. Press the [OK] button to enable the new settings. Click...
  • Page 101: Operation

    Operation Built-in Viewer This product comes with a built-in integrated viewer. The built-in viewer is activitated by entering an IP address into the Internet Explorer. The built-in viewer enables monitoring and PTZ operation to be done in either JPEG or MPEG4 formats. Using the compressed JPEG format enables display of a series of still images as well as one- shot recording of still images.
  • Page 102: Screen Configuration Of Built-In Viewer

    Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) Screen Configuration of Built-in Viewer ● When the JPEG Viewer is first installed, it is set to play back at 15 fps by default. MENU OFF MENU ON Control Viewer Setup Capture For showing/hiding the operation menu. Switches to the PTZ menu.
  • Page 103 Stop Compression Display Size Detalis Memo ● The settings of Built-in Viewer are stored in the file named Cookie. This setting screen is used to set Built-in Viewer as a software on the computer, and does not apply to settings of the camera unit. When settings are changed, press the [OK] button to exit and restart the Built-in Viewer.
  • Page 104: Image Quality Setting

    Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) Image quality setting Image Settings For adjusting the picture quality. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click each menu bar on the left of the screen to open the setting screen. Click White Balance For selecting the white balance control feature.
  • Page 105 White Balance (continued) B Gain Adjusts the B (blue) hue during AWC. Memo ● Click the [+] or [-] button once to change to the next value. To change the value continuously, click repeatedly. The value will not change if the button remains pressed down. [AWC]button Executes AWC (automatic white balance control).Execute by placing a white object around the center of the screen in a location with a lighting condition that is similar to the...
  • Page 106: Ptz Setting

    Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Setting Preset Position This page describes procedures for setting the preset positions. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click the menu bar on the left side of the screen to open the setting screen. Click...
  • Page 107 Preset Position For setting the Preset Position. Note: ● When [Auto Flip] is set to Digital Flip , preset positions cannot be registered when the tilt angle is more than 90 degrees. [Auto Flip] (A Page 71) ● When setting preset positions and [Pan Limit] is On , pan operation is unavailable in the prohibited areas.
  • Page 108 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Setting (continued) Auto Pan For setting the Auto Pan. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click the menu bar on the left side of the screen to open the setting screen. Click...
  • Page 109 Auto Pan This item sets the Auto Pan operation which moves at a specific speed from the preset [Start]. Mode Select the [Mode] of the Auto Pan operation. Right Left Return Tilt angle of 90 ° or larger Electronic zoom area Memo ●...
  • Page 110 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Setting (continued) Auto Trace For setting the Auto Trace. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click the menu bar on the left side of the screen to open the setting screen. Click...
  • Page 111 Auto Trace This item stores and reproduces manual operation. Note: ● As Auto Trace performs simple saving of manual operation, the position may be shifted during playback. ● Digital Flip cannot be used during Auto Trace recording. . State [Record Start] : The camera will start recording of Pan/Tilt and Zoom [Record Stop] : Click this when a recording operation is complete.
  • Page 112: Ptz Control

    Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Control PTZ Control Use this item to operate the PTZ feature. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click the menu bar on the left side of the screen to open the setting screen. Click...
  • Page 113 PTZ Control For operating the camera and adjusting the angle and image quality of the position to be registered. Auto For selecting the operation. Function [Start] [Stop] Memo ● When Auto Patrol is selected, the patrol mode list is displayed. ●...
  • Page 114 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Control (continued) PTZ Control (continued) Focus This item adjusts the focus. Mode Easy AF Manual [Focus] button : Click this button to focus automatically in about 1 second Memo ● The Easy AF function may not focus properly for some objects. In this case, set the focus manually.
  • Page 115 Intelligent Tracking feature Use this item to operate the Intelligent Tracking feature. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Control] to switch the menu. ● Click each menu bar on the left of the screen to open the setting screen. Standby MPEG4 Viewer screen Locked...
  • Page 116 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) PTZ Control (continued) Intelligent Click on the object on the viewer screen to shoot the selected object by tracking its color information. Tracking Memo ● You can change the object to track freely by clicking the object when ●...
  • Page 117: Jpeg Viewer Settings

    JPEG Viewer Settings Using the compressed JPEG format enables display of a series of still images as well as one-shot recording of still images. When the JPEG Viewer is first installed, it is set to play back at 15 fps by default. ●...
  • Page 118 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) JPEG Viewer Settings (continued) Stream Stream HTTP Port Frame Rate Multicast IP Address Multicast Port Other Folder Name For specifying settings for receiving JPEG stream. For selecting the protocol when the viewer acquires data from the camera.
  • Page 119: Mpeg4 Viewer Settings

    MPEG4 Viewer Settings Using the compressed MPEG4 format enables display of MPEG4-encoded motion images. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Viewer Setup] to switch the menu. ● Click each menu bar on the left of the screen to open the setting screen. Memo ●...
  • Page 120 Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) MPEG4 Viewer Settings (continued) Title Bar Camera ID Position Title Tracking Frame Time Format Stream Stream HTTP Port Multicast IP Address Multicast Port For setting display items on the viewer screen. For the MPEG4 Viewer, characters are displayed in the title bar of the window. Select On to display [Camera ID].
  • Page 121: Operator Password

    Operator Password This section describes the procedures for configuring the Operator Password, which is required for PTZ operation. ● When a different menu is currently being displayed, click [Viewer Setup] to switch the menu. ● Click the menu bar on the left side of the screen to open the setting screen. Click Operator Password Operator...
  • Page 122: Exiting The Viewer

    Operation Built-in Viewer (continued) Exiting the Viewer To exit, press the [X] button at the top right of the window. ● During the next startup of Built-in Viewer, launch the Internet Explorer and enter the URL of the camera in the address field. For example, if the IP address of the camera is 192.168.0.2, enter as follows: http://192.168.0.2/ Memo...
  • Page 123: Others

    Others Troubleshooting Symptom Video image does not appear Power does not turn on. The power of the camera turns off when VN- V686WPBU is used in an environment under -10I. The power does not turn on even when PoE is used to supply power.
  • Page 124 Others Troubleshooting (continued) Symptom Authentication by VeriSign appears during installation of Built-in Viewer Multicast images cannot be played back The frame rate of the displayed image is low A white zone appears in Built- in Viewer A warning message appears upon starting up Built-in Viewer Causes and Countermeasures...
  • Page 125 “ffdshow” from the Internet. The internal cooling fan is abnormal. Write down the displayed text of B Caution : The fan(T) is stopped and consult your nearest JVC dealer. Turn off the power of this camera beforehand. When [Auto Cleaning] is set to On , this is not an abnormality.
  • Page 126: Specifications

    Others Specifications VN-V685U/VN-V686BU CAMERA HEAD Image pickup device : 1/4 type, Interline Transfer CCD 768 (H) x 494 (V) Minimum brightness of object Color : 1.0 lx (50 % output, AGC Super, WIDE edge, Monitor Type CRT, Black Level 2) 0.5 lx (25 % output, AGC Super, WIDE edge, Monitor Type CRT, Black Level 2)
  • Page 127 Accessories : Read Me First ... 1 CD-ROM ... 1 Ceiling Mount ... 1 Dome Cover ... 1 Template ... 1 Wire Clamp ... 1 Warranty Card (For USA)... 1 Service Information Card (For USA) ... 1 Dimension [Unit: mm] R160 (6 19/64) T Specifications and appearance of this unit are subject to change for further improvement without prior notice.
  • Page 128 Others Specifications (continued) VN-V686WPBU CAMERA HEAD Image pickup device : 1/4 type, Interline Transfer CCD 768 (H) x 494 (V) Minimum brightness of object Color : 1.0 lx (50 % output, AGC Super, WIDE edge, Monitor Type CRT, Black Level 2) 0.5 lx (25 % output, AGC Super, WIDE edge, Monitor Type CRT, Black Level 2)
  • Page 129 Accessories : Read Me First ... 1 CD-ROM ... 1 Warranty Card (For USA)... 1 Service Information Card (For USA) ... 1 RJ-45 Conversion Connector... 1 SILICA GEL ... 3 Dimension [Unit: mm (inch)] SR75 (2 350 (13 25/32 152(5 63/64 126(4 31/32...
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