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DOME TYPE NETWORK CAMERA
VN-C625
INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is
located on the body. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
VN-C625
Serial No.
LWT0248-001A

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  • Page 1 DOME TYPE NETWORK CAMERA VN-C625 INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the body. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. VN-C625 Serial No. LWT0248-001A...
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Information for USA This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 3: Important Safeguards

    These are general IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS and certain items may not apply to all appliances. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Read all of these instructions. Save these instructions for later use. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing this product. (These instructions are for VN-C625U.) Before beginning to operate this unit, please read the instruction manual carefully in order to make sure that the best possible performance is obtained. Contents Contents ... 4 Introduction Characteristics ...
  • Page 5 Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller Settings 3-1 Starting Up the V.Networks Controller ... 58 3-2 Features that Allow Setting Using the V.Networks Controller ... 59 (V.Networks 3-3 Motion Detection Standby ... 61 Controller) 3-4 Image Size and Inversion ... 62 3-5 Image Quality Setting ...
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction Characteristics High-speed Rotating Table High-speed rotating table with a horizontal panning speed of 180˚/sec and vertical tilting speed of 120˚/sec makes it possible to recall a preset position quickly. Optical Zoom Closer surveillance is made possible using the 12x optical zoom lens. Day/Night Surveillance When the light is low, the camera is able to switch automatically to the high-sensitive...
  • Page 7 When there is excessive dirt, wipe using a lens cloth (or paper) upon wetting it in a neutral detergent diluted with water. Do not connect cameras other than VN-C625 to the ceiling mount. Doing so may cause the camera to malfunction.
  • Page 8 ☞ Pages or items to refer to. * JVC shall not be held liable for any loss or damage to the customer or any claim from a third party arising from the use of this software. Specifications of this software are subject to alteration for improvement without prior notice.
  • Page 9: Items Included

    Items Included CD-ROM (instruction manual inside) JVC Service Safety Precautions Information Card Operating Environment PC Specifications Memory Hard Disk Space Display and Video Card LAN Environment • 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX networks mutually connected by IEEE802.3-compliant hubs CF Card • Refer to Page 22 for a list of tested CF cards.
  • Page 10: Name And Function Of Parts

    Getting Started Name and Function of Parts Ceiling Mount (Terminal Side) Safety Wire Hang this wire to the wire fastening hook & to prevent the camera from falling down. [VIDEO OUT] Coaxial Cable Terminal Output terminal for composite video signals (1 Vp-p and output impedance of 75Ø).
  • Page 11 Ceiling Mount (Camera Terminal Side) Clamping Holes (x 4) Use this hole to attach the camera to the ceil- ing or ceiling embedding bracket (WB-S625: sold separately). Camera Connection Terminal (Female) Connect this to the connection terminal (male) @ on the camera. Connection Terminal (Male) Connect this to the camera connection termi- nal (female) ! on the ceiling mount.
  • Page 12: Preparation Connection Examples

    Preparation Connection Examples LAN Connection VN-C625 VN-C625 Network Connection VN-C625 VN-C625 FTP Server Peer-to-Peer Connection VN-C625 Updated images are automatically uploaded at a regular interval Cross Cable INTERNET...
  • Page 13: Preparation Procedure

    C625U Setup Tool", and register the connected camera with the "V.Networks Controller". ● In a system where more than 1 VN-C625 is used, turn on the power for a VN-C625 first, followed by setting the camera until "2-3 Setting IP Address for this Camera Using the 'VN-C625U Setup Tool' "...
  • Page 14: Connecting Cables

    Preparation (Step 1 Connection/Installation) 1-1 Connecting Cables ● Attachment of a embedded cover in the ceiling (recess bracket) may be mandatory in certain regions. If this is so, ensure that the embedded cover (recess bracket) is securely attached before installing the camera. ●...
  • Page 15 Cap (Upper) Lead the cable through the cover Make a slit on the (rubber) cap that is attached to the cover, followed by leading the cable through. See diagram on the left on how to make the slit. Connect the cable to this camera Connect cables to the terminal on the ceiling mount.
  • Page 16: Connection To Alarm Input/output Terminal

    Preparation (Step 1 Connection/Installation) 1-1 Connecting Cables (Continued) 2. Connection to Alarm Input/Output Terminal Flathead 4 m m Screwdriver Alarm Input Terminal VN-C625 DC12V Terminal 1 or 2 1.2mA Grounding Terminal (Alarm Input Equivalent Circuit) Connect the alarm input/output terminals to external devices such as sensors and buzzers.
  • Page 17: Connection Of Lan Cables

    • Allowed input current: 50 mA • Momentary output: 1 to 5000ms (Set duration using the controller) Caution Connect the grounding terminal of VN-C625 to the GND terminal of the alarm device. Use the LAN cable to connect this camera to a hub or PC When connecting to a hub make use of a straight cable.
  • Page 18: Connection Of Coaxial Cables

    Preparation (Step 1 Connection/Installation) 1-1 Connecting Cables (Continued) 4. Connection of Coaxial Cables Polyethylene Mesh Wires Insulation Tape Connecting a 5C-2V or 3C-2V coaxial cable Strip the coaxial cable according to the diagram on the left. (Unit: mm) Core Wire Notes •...
  • Page 19: Connection Of Conveter Unit

    Notes Connecting multiple VN-C625 Cameras In a system where more than 1 VN-C625 is used, turn on the power for a VN-C625 first, followed by setting the camera until "2-3 Setting IP Address for this Camera Using the 'VN-C625U Setup Tool' "...
  • Page 20: Attachment Of Ceiling Mount

    • Please refer to the instruction manual for the cover in use for details on installation of the embedded cover (recess bracket). • For more detail, please contact the JVC. Attach safety wire to prevent camera from falling down Connect the ceiling slab or channel to the ceiling mount using the wire to prevent the camera from falling down.
  • Page 21 Orientation of Camera Screws Fasten the ceiling mount to the ceiling Align the “™FRONT” mark on the ceiling mount in the direction that the camera is facing. Fasten the ceiling mount using the 4 screws while taking care not to catch the connection cables.
  • Page 22: Inserting The Cf Card

    Preparation (Step 1 Connection/Installation) 1-3 Inserting the CF card CF Cover Eject Button Check to ensure that the power of the camera is not turned on Remove the CF (compact flash) cover Insert CF card in the direction as indicated in the diagram •...
  • Page 23: Installing The Camera

    1-4 Installing the Camera Fastening Hook for Safety Wire Ceiling Mount Locking Screw Camera Camera Clamping Bracket Attach the safety wire to prevent the camera from falling down As shown in the diagram, pull out the safety Safety Wire wire from the ceiling mount and hang it to the safety wire fastening hook on the camera.
  • Page 24 Preparation (Step 1 Connection/Installation) 1-4 Installing the Camera (Continued) Camera Clamping Bracket Fasten the locking screw Turn the camera Make sure that the camera is horizontal, followed by fitting the camera to the ceiling mount and turning it in the clockwise direction until it stops.
  • Page 25: Installing The Software

    [V. NETWORKS] folder. Installing the VN-C625U Setup Tool 1. Execute "Setup.exe". This is located inside the [Setup] folder of the [JVC] folder. 2. Follow instructions on the screen to install the software. 3. If installation is successful, the † "VN-C625U Setup Tool" icon will be displayed in the [Start] †...
  • Page 26: Setting Pc's Ip Address [windows Xp]

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-2 Setting PC's IP Address [Windows XP] Upon installing the camera, set the IP address of the PC that is used to operate this camera. For Windows XP, set according to the following procedure. ☞ (For Windows 2000, Page 28) Note...
  • Page 27 Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)] and click [Properties]. Select [Use the following IP address], set the [IP address] and [Subnet mask] and click Click on the [Local Area Connection Properties] screen. Select [Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)]. Click [Properties]. Select [Use the following IP address]. Set [IP address] to 192.168.0.3.
  • Page 28: Setting Pc's Ip Address [windows 2000]

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-2 Setting PC's IP Address [Windows 2000] Upon installing the camera, set the IP address of the PC that is used to operate this camera. For Windows 2000, set according to the following procedure. Click •...
  • Page 29 4.Click Select [Use the following IP address]. Set [IP address] to 192.168.0.3. Set Subnet mask to an appropriate value. Ask the network administrator if necessary.
  • Page 30: Setting Ip Address For This Camera Using The "vn-c625u Setup Tool

    VN-C625 is included with the aim to simplify installation/setting procedures. Note • To connect to a VN-C625 for which DHCP has been enabled, the DHCP server must exist in an environment where the assigned IP address and MAC address are clearly defined. If the DHCP server is not found, it will automatically start up using the static IP address after 60 seconds.
  • Page 31 Page 58) Note In a system where more than 1 VN-C625 is used, turn on the power for a VN-C625 first, followed by setting the camera until "2-3 Setting IP Address for this Camera Using the 'VN-C625U Setup Tool' " is completed. Upon doing so, turn on a second camera and perform setting in the same way.
  • Page 32: Other Settings Using The "vn-c625u Setup Tool

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" Perform setting of details other than the IP address using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" that has been installed. Select [Start] † [Programs] † [V.NETWORKS] † up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool". ☞...
  • Page 33: Password Setting

    • For a password-protected VN-C625, a password request screen will be displayed. • VN-C625 setup will not be possible unless the correct administrator password is entered. • Security level increases in the order from user to operator to administrator. Password protection will not be valid if a password is assigned only to a lower level but not to a higher one.
  • Page 34: Multicast

    • Set the multicast address within the range between 225.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255. Do not set the same multicast address for different devices on the same system. • To view VN-C625 images in the multicast mode through a router, either the following operating environment or router setting will be required.
  • Page 35 It is possible to search for the multicast address of a VN-C625 that is connected to the network. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool". The [V.Networks Search] screen is displayed. The [Multicast Address Search] screen is displayed. The search result is displayed.
  • Page 36: Alarm Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (3. Alarm Setting) This section describes procedures for alarm setting. Alarm Input • When there is an input of signals to the alarm input terminal on the ceiling mount. ☞...
  • Page 37 Click the [Other Triggers] tab on the [Alarm Setting] screen. When setting is complete, click Click the [Alarm Output] tab on the [Alarm Setting] screen. When setting is complete, click followed by followed by...
  • Page 38 Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (3. Alarm Setting) (Continued) Alarm Input Item Alarm 1/Alarm 2 This section describes setting procedures for alarm input. Mode For selecting whether to enable or disable the input signals. Set Values : Available, Not Available Detect Mode For selecting the method for detecting input signals.
  • Page 39 Item Alarm 1/Alarm 2 (Continued) Message Packet For setting whether to send alarm packets to the PC when there is alarm input. Not Available : Do not send alarm packets. Available Alarm FTP For operation according to the [Alarm FTP] in the FTP Client feature when there is alarm input.
  • Page 40 Note • Return Mode • • Interval • Message Packet Function/Set Value more addresses. Function/Set Value The Black & White alarm may be activated upon restarting VN-C625. Initial Value — Initial Value — *Please refer to the [Alarm 1/2] item...
  • Page 41 Alarm Output Item Output 1/ This section describes the setting procedures for alarm output. Output 2 Set Values : ON, OFF Output Value Select the alarm output method. Output OFF : Output alarm signals when the Alarm Output 1 Output ON : Output alarm signals when the Alarm Output 1 Pattern Level Momentum : Output alarm signals only at the specified time.
  • Page 42: Recording Setting

    [Before trigger] and [After trigger] values cannot be set to "0" at the same time. ● Due to the memory capacity of VN-C625, recording time set for [Before trigger] and [After trigger] may differ from the actual maximum recording time.
  • Page 43 ● Setting the [Advance] screen Notes Recording time While maximum recording time varies with the recording frame rate and image size, recording over a specified length of time may not be possible depending on the compression level and object. Recording files A trigger-recording file is created each time a trigger occurs.
  • Page 44: Private Mask Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (5. Private Mask Setting) Use the Private Mask function to gray out areas on the screen that are to be excluded during shooting. Up to 4 private masks can be set for each display screen and a total of 8 private masks for each camera. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool"...
  • Page 45: Motor Limit Setting

    2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (6. Motor Limit Setting) When areas that are not required are included during shooting due to the installation position of the camera, make use of the Motor Limit function to set the shooting range. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool"...
  • Page 46: Motion Detection Setting

    Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool", select [Alarm Setting] and set [Motion Detection] ☞ to "Available". ( Page 40 "Other Trigger") Select [Motion Detect] under [VN-C625 Setup Tool]. Select "ON" to turn on the motion detection feature. Set the detection mode.
  • Page 47 Perform area setting. Image of the position that is selected as the Fixed area in Notes ● The area display position only serves as a guide. Ensure to perform operation check. ● Each screen is divided into 300 (20x15) blocks. Adjust the zoom ratio of the lens such that the object for which motion is to be detected is at least the size of multiple blocks.
  • Page 48: Web

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (8. Web) A designated html file can be set as the default page for the web browser using this setting. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" and select [Web]. Cautions ●...
  • Page 49: Ftp Server

    2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (9. FTP Server) HTML pages or gif and jpeg images can be uploaded to this camera by using the FTP Client software. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" and select [FTP Server]. Notes ●...
  • Page 50: Ftp Client Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (10. FTP Client Setting) VN-C625 is equipped with a "FTP Client" feature that uploads still images to the existing FTP server on a regular interval. This feature enables simultaneous image monitoring by many clients (from many locations).
  • Page 51 1 image file will be stored in the FTP server. Timestamp : Upload the time of the internal clock in VN-C625 as the file name. Notes ● Ensure to set to the correct time on the Time Setting screen.
  • Page 52: Black & White Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (11. Black & White Setting) Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" and select [B & W]. The [Black & White] screen will be displayed. <Trigger Setting Screen> 2.
  • Page 53 Mode For setting the function on switching from Color to Black & White mode. Black & White : Black & White mode at all times. : Black & White mode at all times. Color : Do not switch to the Black &...
  • Page 54: Time Setting

    Settings (Step 2 Network Settings) 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (12. Time Setting) This section describes how to set the standard time for VN-C625. NTP can also be used for this function. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" and select [Time].
  • Page 55: Memory Information

    2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (13. Memory Information) It is possible to check the memory capacity of VN-C625. Start up the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" and select [Memory Info]. 2-4 Other Settings Using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" (14. Auto Return Setting) This is used to set the Auto Return function, which returns the camera automatically to its original mode after a manual operation.
  • Page 56: Registering Connected Camera Using The "v.networks Controller

    ● Images are divided into IP fragments when set to "High Speed". ● Images will be sent at the frame rate set at VN-C625. When setting the frame rate to "High Speed", do so upon ensuring that this does not impose excessive burden on the network. ( ●...
  • Page 57 Connect to VN-C625. Notes To connect to a VN-C625 for which DHCP setting is possible, either one of the following environments will be required. • Environment where no DHCP server exists. • Environment with a DHCP server that clearly defines the IP and MAC addresses...
  • Page 58: Step 3 Setting Using The V.networks Controller

    ● Enter the correct password if a password has been set. ● This controller can be connected to VN-C1, VN-C2, VN-C3, VN-C30 (JPEG only), VN-A1, VN-C10 (JPEG and MPEG) and VN-C655 as well VN-C625. [V.Networks Controller] to Select the camera to connect to from the pull-down menu for the camera.
  • Page 59: Features That Allow Setting Using The V.networks Controller

    3-2 Features that Allow Setting Using the V.Networks Controller The V.Networks Controller can be used to perform settings for image size and alarm. File : Creates a new file if the camera is connected for the first time. Delete : Deletes a file. Motion Detection Standby : Select the camera for which the Motion Detection Standby...
  • Page 60 Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-2 Features that Allow Setting Using the V.Networks Controller (Continued) Setting Quality : For setting the compression rate and image quality. ☞ Page 63) Frame rate : For setting the number of camera images to send per second.
  • Page 61: Motion Detection Standby

    3-3 Motion Detection Standby The "Motion Detection Standby" function enables automatic connection upon receiving notifications on detected motion from VN-C625 when the V.Networks Controller has been started up. Select [File] and [Motion Detection Standby]. Select a camera. Click Select the camera for which the Motion Detection Standby function is to be enabled.
  • Page 62: Image Size And Inversion

    Click Right-click on the motion image window to change the settings. Set the image size. • VN-C625 does not support the 160 x 120 setting. Click to adjust focus automatically. Displays the MAC address, IP address, model and firmware version.
  • Page 63: Image Quality Setting

    3-5 Image Quality Setting The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to perform image quality settings such as compression level and white balance. Select [Setting] and [Quality]. Change the set values. (For description of each function, <Auto Pan/Auto Trace Image Quality Setting> ☞...
  • Page 64 Operations (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-5 Image Quality Setting (Continued) Image Quality Setting Item Distribution Control Set the maximum transmission control. Setting of compression level is possible when this is set to "OFF", and images will be sent out at the specified compression level. The smaller the value, the lower the compression level and hence a higher image quality.
  • Page 65 Item Average : Peak Sets the method of exposure detection according to ratio be- tween the average and peak values. • Large Average value : Use this setting when areas other than • Large Peak value Set value Shutter Sets the speed of the electronic shutter. Set value : 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, Notes •...
  • Page 66 Operations (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-5 Image Quality Setting (Continued) Lens Item Iris Set the method for adjusting the lens iris. Auto Auto+ Auto- Manual Focus Adjusts the focus. Easy AF : Adjusts the focus automatically during the Pan/Tilt Manual Zoom For performing Zoom operation.
  • Page 67: Frame Rate

    Frame rate for local recording cannot be set using this function. To set the frame rate for local recording, make use of the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" ( Set the maximum number of images per second that are sent from VN-C625. (Factory Setting: 15) Set value : 30, 15, 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,1/ 2,1/3, 1/5, 1/10, 1/15, 1/20, 1/30 ☞...
  • Page 68: Preset Position Setting

    Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-7 Preset Position Setting The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to set the preset position for the connected camera. Select a camera. Select [Setting] and [Position Memory]. <Image Quality Setting Screen> When setting is complete, click Select a camera for setting from the pull- down menu for the camera.
  • Page 69: Alarm Setting

    3-8 Alarm Setting The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to set the action to be taken when an alarm signal is received. Select [Setting] and [Alarm Setting]. Change the set values. (For description of each function, Setting may be performed for the [Motion Detection], [Alarm 1], [Alarm 2], [Relay Alarm], [Preset Position] and [Black &...
  • Page 70 Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-8 Alarm Setting (Continued) Message Message entered in the textbox will be displayed when there is an alarm input. (Up to 100 single-byte characters) Recording Starts recording when there is an alarm input. Non-stop : Recording continues until the Stop button is pressed.
  • Page 71: Pan/tilt Setting

    3-9 Pan/Tilt Setting The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to perform pan/tilt settings. Select [Setting] and [Pan/Tilt Setting]. Perform Pan/Tilt settings. Click Pan/Tilt Speed Sets the speed of movement when Angle Step is set to "0". Variable: Alters the pan/tilt speed automatically according to the zoom of the lens.
  • Page 72: Auto Pan Setting

    Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-10 Auto Pan Setting The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to set the Auto Pan operation, which moves the camera from a preset position horizontally at a constant speed. Select a camera. Select [Setting] and [Auto Pan Setting].
  • Page 73 Perform setting. <Position Setting Controller> Close the window. When setting is complete, click Set Auto Pan operation using the [Action Mode] pull-down menu. • Right : Rotates horizontally in the clockwise direction from the start position. • Left : Rotates horizontally in the anti- clockwise direction from the start position.
  • Page 74: Auto Patrol Setting

    Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-11 Auto Patrol Setting The camera can be moved to multiple positions based on the preset sequence and time. Use this setting to view specified positions in sequence. Perform setting for each camera. Select a camera.
  • Page 75 Perform setting. Auto Patrol No. Auto Patrol operates in the sequence of these numbers. Close the window. When setting is complete, click Set the mode. Setting can be performed from Modes 1 to 3. Click the tab of the respective mode for setting.
  • Page 76: Auto Trace Setting

    Settings (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-12 Auto Trace Setting Details of manual camera operations can be stored and reproduced. Select a camera. Select [Setting] and [Auto Trace Setting]. Start to memorize operation. Select a camera for setting from the pull- down menu for the camera.
  • Page 77 Close the window. When memorization is complete, click to end. When setting is complete, click to close the window. Caution ● There is a limit to the length of recording time. Recording can be performed up to 30 seconds. However, this may shorten depending on its frequency of use.
  • Page 78: Time Stamp

    Operations (Step 3 Setting Using the V.Networks Controller) 3-13 Time Stamp The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to set the time stamp that displays date/ time on camera images. The displayed time/date will be recorded. Select [Setting] and [Time Stamp]. 2.Perform setting.
  • Page 79: Changing Registered Information

    3-14 Changing Registered Information The "V.networks Controller" can be used to change information such as the preset connection method for a camera. Select [Setting] and [Property]. Perform setting. When alteration is complete, click Caution Information cannot be changed for a camera that is currently connected. Change the camera.
  • Page 80: Features That Allow Operation Using The V.networks Controller

    The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to select a camera as well as record/play back camera images. (The controller screen is identical to other V.Networks versions, and there are functions that cannot be operated from VN-C625) CAMERA Displays the name of the connected camera.
  • Page 81 Pan/Tilt button For adjusting the Pan/Tilt position. Use Angle Step to set the operating angle for every single operation of the Pan/Tilt button. Set the Pan/Tilt operating speed using the [Pan/Tilt Setting] item under [Setting]. ☞ Page 71) HOME For moving the camera to the home position. Zoom button and Zoom bar For adjusting the zoom position.
  • Page 82 Operations (Step 4 Operation Using the V.Networks Controller) 4-2 Record/Stop The "V.Networks Controller" can be used to save camera images to a file. Click the [REC] button. Connected Camera (Saved in a folder under this name) Recording Format [REC] Indicator Click the [Stop] button.
  • Page 83: Playback

    4-3 Playback Files saved upon "REC" using the "V.Networks Controller" can be selected and played back. (Playback of a file and display of motion images cannot be performed at the same time.) Click the [PLAY] button. [PLAY] button Select the file to play back on the [Playback File] screen, followed by clicking To play back local recording files, click [Refer to Local Rec.] to select a file.
  • Page 84: Controller) 4-3 Playback

    Operations (Step 4 Operation Using the V.Networks Controller) 4-3 Playback (Continued) Click The [Playback] screen is displayed. [Stop] button [Pause] button [Play] button Slidebar • Moves towards the right as playback time progresses. • It can be dragged using the mouse.
  • Page 85: Cautions On Record/play Functions

    4-4 Cautions on Record/Play Functions Record/Playback Time • Do not record or play back a file that exceeds 2 GB using the "V.Networks Controller". Random access to data beyond 2 GB is not possible with standard Windows applications. Reference: Approximate recording time for 2 GB data (At frame rate of 5 fps) Image Size Data Size Per Image...
  • Page 86: Snapshot

    The [Save As] screen is displayed. Note Other Viewer Software ● Still image files that are saved using VN-C625 can also be displayed on other conventional viewer software. However, inverted images will not be reversed. In addition, the color reproduced may also differ.
  • Page 87: Operating Environment

    Access linking by host name will be possible as long as the environment allows use of a DNS (Domain Name System). ● It is possible to establish a 1-to-1 connection between the PC and VN-C625 using a cross cable. (Although rare, the use of cross cables may not be possible with some LAN boards. Be sure to check before using.)
  • Page 88: Access Authorization Level

    It is recommended that you register a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). To speed up display of VN-C625 web pages using your web browser, register the URL information during the access test using the set IP addres or DNS host name.
  • Page 89: Starting Up The Web Browser

    5-3 Starting Up the Web Browser Specify the default web page address of VN-C625 as the page to view using the web browser. (Upon entering the factory setting of the IP address, the web browser will display the front page of VN-C625.)
  • Page 90: Setting Using The Web Browser

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser Web browsers can be used to set the IP address, image quality or FTP. Display the Top page. Top Page Still Image of VN-C625 Camera image at the point when browsing starts is displayed. Click...
  • Page 91 The [Settings] page will be displayed. Note Web browsers do not support the function to invert images. ☞ • Control ( Page 95) ☞ • PAN/TILT settings ( Page 98) ☞ • Position Memory ( Page 99) ☞ • Image setting ( Page 96) ☞...
  • Page 92: Other Settings

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (1. Other Settings) Other settings: http:// ****** /config-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) Setup can be performed by specifying details for items in [Other Settings]. (This is also possible using the "VN-C625U Setup Tool" supplied.) Click to update settings.
  • Page 93 * The FTP user name is fixed as "Administrator". Use the Administrator Level Password as the FTP password. Usually, the top page of VN-C625 is specified. When this function is availabled, the specified html file will be used as the default page.
  • Page 94 (users) that are connected. The access protection function is divided into 3 levels according to the authorization levels. Pages that can be accessed (browsed) for each authorization level are as follows. (Refer to Page 88 for the configuration of web pages in VN-C625.) Authorization Level...
  • Page 95: Control

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (2. Control) Control window: http:// ***** /pantilt-e.html (" ***** " represents the URL of VN-C625) Current Position Displays the current Pan/Tilt and Zoom positions. PAN/TILT/ZOOM For moving the camera to the specified position upon pressing the [Move] button.
  • Page 96: Image Setting

    Operations (Step 5 Setting Using the Web Browser) 5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (3.Image Setting) Image Setting window: http:// ***** /configimage-e.html (" ***** " represents the URL of VN-C625) Click to reset all values to their factory settings (default values).
  • Page 97 Focus For selecting the mode of focus. Easy Auto Focus : Focus will be adjusted automatically upon performing Pan/Tilt or Zoom operations on the camera. Manual : Adjust focus manually. Color Level Adjusts the color level of video signals. (Set value: -5 to 5) Enhance Level Sets the contour enhancement which controls the sharpness on the monitor screen.
  • Page 98: Pan/tilt Setting

    Operations (Step 5 Setting Using the Web Browser) 5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (4. PAN/TILT Setting) PAN/TILT Setting window: http:// ***** /configpantilt-e.html (" ***** " represents the URL of VN-C625) This section describes procedures to perform various PAN/TILT settings. PAN/TILT Speed For performing settings related to the speed of Pan/Tilt operation.
  • Page 99: Position Memory Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (5. Position Memory Setting) Position Memory Setting window: http:// ***** /position-e.html (" ***** " represents the URL of VN-C625) This section describes procedures for setting preset positions of the connected camera. <Image Settings Screen>...
  • Page 100: View Setting

    [Frame Rate] to a small value. ● Ensure to set [Frame Rate] according to the number of simultaneous access to VN-C625. Display of web pages and move/button operations may not function properly if the processing capacity of the camera is exceeded.
  • Page 101: Alarm Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (7. Alarm Setting) Alarm Setting window: http://******/alarm-e.html ("******" represents the URL of VN-C625) This page describes procedures for setting VN-C625 operation upon input of alarm signals. Click to apply settings and to save the set values.
  • Page 102 Operations (Step 5 Operating Using a Web Browser) 5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (7. Alarm Setting) (Continued) Alarm In For specifying the camera operation upon input of alarm signals. IN1/IN2 On : Detect Mode (Set value: Make, Break, Toggle) : Alarm Out (Set value: Not Available, OUT1, OUT2) : Go to a Preset Position...
  • Page 103: Ftp Setting

    Notes ● What is an FTP Client? It is a feature that uploads VN-C625 images (still images) to the existing FTP server at a regular interval. By doing so, it is possible to make use of the server's image distribution services, thereby enabling distribution of images to a considerably larger number of clients.
  • Page 104 Specify a recovery action when errors related to TCP connection or FTP verification occur. Recovery attempt is repeated until the power for VN-C625 is turned off. Repeats recovery attempt within the specified time interval. (Set value: 1 to 600 mins) Specify a recovery action upon occurrence of a file transfer error while uploading the images.
  • Page 105: Auto Pan Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (9. Auto Pan Setting) Auto Pan Setting window: http:// ****** /autopan-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) Mode For setting the mode of Auto Pan operation. (Set value: Right, Left, Return) Speed For setting the speed of Auto Pan operation.
  • Page 106: Auto Patrol Setting

    Operations (Step 5 Setting Using the Web Browser) 5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (10. Auto Patrol Setting) Auto Patrol Setting window: http:// ****** /autopatrol-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For setting the Auto Patrol operation. Mode Select the mode for which settings are to be changed.
  • Page 107: Auto Trace Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (11. Auto Trace Setting) Auto Trace Setting window: http:// ****** /autotrace-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For setting the Auto Trace operation. <Record Start Confirmation Screen> [Image Settings] Screen Press to display the [Record Start Confirmation Screen].
  • Page 108: Black & White Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (12. Black & White Setting) B & W Setting window: http:// ****** /bwcongig-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For performing setting related to switching between the Color and Black & White modes.
  • Page 109: Private Mask Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (14. Private Mask Setting) Private Mask Setting window: http:// ****** /privatemask-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For setting the Private Mask function. Mask Position and Size Controller A mask will appear on the screen when "ON"...
  • Page 110: Limit Setting

    Operations (Step 5 Operating Using a Web Browser) 5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (15. Limit Setting) Limit Setting window: http:// ****** /pantiltlimit-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For setting restrictions on Pan/Tilt operation. Function For setting the operation.
  • Page 111: Auto Return Setting

    5-4 Setting Using the Web Browser (16. Auto Return Setting) Auto Return Setting window: http:// ****** /selfreturn-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) For performing settings to return camera to its original mode upon manual operation. Return Action...
  • Page 112: Viewing Still Images

    5-5 Viewing Still Images Still Image Page: http:// ****** /still-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) This page can only be used to view still images. Camera image at the point when browsing starts is displayed. To update the image, use [Refresh] or [Reload] on the web browser. To save the displayed image, use [Save As] on the web browser.
  • Page 113: Viewing Live Images

    5-6 Viewing Live Images Live Image Page: http:// ****** /java-e.html (" ****** " represents the URL of VN-C625) This page can only be used to view motion images. Camera images are automatically updated and displayed as a motion image. Notes Do not use the [Save As] function as this page is not created to support the [Save As] function on the web browser.
  • Page 114: Image Link

    ● If a password has been set, password authentication will be necessary before display of motion images using Java is made possible. (This is an Internet Explorer restriction.) ● Ensure that the "WIDTH" and "HEIGHT" values are identical to the image size set in VN-C625.
  • Page 115: Troubleshooting

    ● When a VN-C625 is connected to multiple PCs, priority will be given to the PC for which VN-C625 operation /setting is last performed. ● When the network is loaded with frequent broadcasting or collisions, connection may not be established or may be cut off when errors occur with the network.
  • Page 116 Others Troubleshooting (Continued) Symptom Unable to perform camera control or settings acquired are incorrect for a span of about 60 seconds after turning on the power. Video images cannot be displayed smoothly. Forgotten the password upon enabling the password protection feature.
  • Page 117: Specifications

    Others Specifications Camera Image pickup device : 1/4-inch type, interline transfer CCD, 768 (H) x 494 (V) Sync system : Internal Scanning frequencies : 15.734 kHz (Horizontal), 59.95 Hz (Vertical) White Balance : TTL auto tracking/Manual Electronic Shutter: 1/60, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/ 1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/ 10000 sec.
  • Page 118 Others External Dimensions [Unit: mm] Ceiling Mount Hole [Unit: mm] Screw Positions * Specifications and appearance of this unit and related products are subject to change for product improvement without prior notice. φ120 83 . 5 Screw Positions 83.5...
  • Page 119 is a registered trademark owned by Victor Company of Japan, Limited. is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A., the U.K. and many other countries. © 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited. LWT0248-001A...

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