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CCMC1315-LP / CCMS1315-LP
1/3" 1.3 MP Colour IP Camera
Configuration
Building Technologies
Fire Safety & Security Products

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    CCMC1315-LP / CCMS1315-LP 1/3” 1.3 MP Colour IP Camera Configuration Building Technologies Fire Safety & Security Products...

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    Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. © 2009 Copyright Siemens Switzerland Ltd We reserve all rights in this document and in the subject thereof. By acceptance of the document the recipient acknowledges these rights and undertakes not to publish the document nor the subject thereof in full or in part, nor to make them available to any third party without our...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety......................5 General safety precautions ................5 1.1.1 Transport..................5 1.1.2 Installation..................5 Meaning of symbols ..................6 EU-directives ....................6 Technical data ....................7 Ordering data....................10 Package contents..................10 Camera parts ....................11 Installing the camera ..................13 SD Memory Card...................13 Concept of the Network Camera..............13 Setting Network Camera Environment............14 Connecting the Camera and PC by Network ..........14 Using the Web-Cam IP manager ..............16...

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    9.5.4 NAS Recording ................48 Audio ......................50 Date/Time ......................51 Access protection ..................52 9.8.1 Administrator ..................52 9.8.2 User list ..................53 Firewall ......................53 9.9.1 IP Address Filter ................53 9.9.2 Forbidden Ports ................54 9.9.3 Forbidden Protocol.................55 9.10 System......................55 9.10.1 Setting ....................55 9.10.2 Firmware Update ................55 9.10.3 Configuration..................56 9.10.4...

  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Safety General safety precautions Read the general safety precautions before installing, configuring and operating the device. Keep this document for reference. Please also take into account any additional country-specific, local safety standards or regulations concerning project planning, operation and disposal of the product.

  • Page 6: Meaning Of Symbols

    Tips and information. EU-directives This product complies with the requirements of the following European directives. The EU declaration of conformity is available to the responsible agencies at: Siemens Building Technologies Fire & Security Products GmbH & Co. oHG 76181 Karlsruhe Germany European Directive 2004/108/EC „Electromagnetic Compatibility”...

  • Page 7: Technical Data

    Gamma correction 0.45 / 1 Minimum illumination CCMC1315-LP: 0.4 lx (F1.2, AGC On) CCMS1315-LP: Colour 0.4 lx (F1.2, AGC On); BW 0.2 lx (AGC White balance control Auto (2500 – 10000 K) / Manual (1500 – 15000 K) / Preset Shutter speed 1/25 –...

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    Status, network link RS485 2-pin spring terminal Power supply Power requirements 12 V DC / 24 V AC, 50 Hz or PoE Power consumption CCMC1315-LP: < 7 W CCMS1315-LP: < 8.5 W Power connector Spring terminal Environment Ambient temperature, -10 to 50ºC...

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    Technical data Mechanism Dimensions (L x W x H) 150 x 66 x 64 mm Weight 550 g Building Technologies CCMx1315-LP Configuration Manual EN Fire Safety & Security Products 05.05.2009...

  • Page 10: Ordering Data

    Ordering data Ordering data Type Art No. Description Weight CCMC1315-LP S54561-C80-A1 1/3” 1.3 MP Colour IP Camera 0.55 kg 12 V DC / 24 V AC, 50 Hz or PoE CCMS1315-LP S54561-C80-A2 1/3” 1.3 MP Day/Night IP Camera 0.55 kg...

  • Page 11: Camera Parts

    Camera parts Camera parts Camera parts Back-focus adjust ring Digital I/O terminal Back-focus lock screw IP/TV selection RJ45 Ethernet connector SD card slot Audio input (φ3.5mm) SD card protection Audio out (φ3.5mm) 1/4” inch tripod mount hole SW for default BNC connector SW for reset IRIS connector...

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    Camera parts Digital I/O terminal 1. External alarm input-2 2. Becoming BW/CL enforced input when the Digital Input Mode is set to ‘BW Mode’ in the Configuration/Alarm menu. See page [ RS485- / + RS485 signal output port for telemetry control Alarm output port A 2 I External alarm input-1...

  • Page 13: Installing The Camera

    Installing the camera Installing the camera SD Memory Card Please install the SD memory card before switching on the camera as the system can not detect the insertion of an SD card during operation. There is a limit to the number of rewrites that are possible with the SD memory card.

  • Page 14: Setting Network Camera Environment

    Installing the camera Setting Network Camera Environment Equipment required for a network camera monitoring system: Administrator's personal computer The personal computer that is given all authorities for setting, operating, monitoring and other functions with the network camera is called the "administrator's personal computer"...

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    Installing the camera The IP address of the network camera may change when using the DHCP server. In that case it will not be possible to connect the network camera if it is accessed using the previously set IP address. In order to enable permanent access to the network camera, a fixed IP address must be manually assigned to the camera.

  • Page 16: Using The Web-cam Ip Manager

    Installing the camera For details about the procedure, refer to the user's guide of the personal − computer. 3. Test the camera connection using ping. Start a command prompt. Type ”ping 192.168.0.10”. − If the ”Reply from...” message appears, the connection is correctly −...

  • Page 17: Browser Settings

    Installing the camera 2. Click the Start button. The Web-Cam IP Manager program window will now display a list of all the devices available for communication along with their IP and MAC addresses. Each device's IP address or MAC address is unique. 3.

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    Installing the camera 4. Click Level Customize and enable the following options in the displayed list: "ActiveX control and plug in execute" − "Execution of script of ActiveX control marked safe even when script is − executed" "Download of signed ActiveX control" −...

  • Page 19: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started Login 1. Open the Internet Explorer and enter the camera’s default IP address in the browser address bar: 192.168.0.10. 2. If the IP address is unknown use the Web IP Manager to search for the camera. See page [ 16] .

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    Getting started Play Shows live image Pause Pauses live image Speaker Stops audio input Microphone Stops audio output E-zoom control See table below. Remote control (see table below). You can control PTZ functions, move the camera to preset positions and also make lens adjustments such as focus adjustment and zoom in/out.

  • Page 21: Remote Control

    Getting started Remote control Exit the remote control - / + Previous / next preset position Select a preset position (1-64) ./.. Toggle between 1 and 2 digits Clear Save current position. (Click SET and then click the number for the preset position to be saved. Up to 64 positions can be stored for the network camera.) Arrow keys Use the arrow keys to move the pan/tilt position.

  • Page 22: Quicktime Player

    Getting started 3. Select RTSP then enter the web address. The format is: rtsp://<IP address>:<rtsp_port>/livestream For example: rtsp://192.168.0.194:554/livestream 4. Click Play. The QuickTime live stream window will opened. QuickTime Player The QuickTime player needs to be installed. 1. Open the QuickTime player. 2.

  • Page 23: Function Support

    Getting started See also Compression [ Function support Ezoom Cropping Mask Frame Zone Rate Stream 1 JPEG SXVGA 12,5 Stream 2 JPEG SXVGA 12,5 Stream 1 JPEG VGA Stream 2 JPEG VGA Stream 1 JPEG QVGA Stream 2 JPEG QVGA Stream 1 MPEG4 VGA 12,5 Stream 2 JPEG SXVGA...

  • Page 24: Configuration

    Configuration Configuration NOTICE Important The settings will not be reflected unless the Save button is clicked. Compression 1. Select Compression. 2. Configure the options as described in the tables below. 3. Click Save. There are two streams available for selection. Stream 1 can be set to JPEG and MPEG4, but only JPEG is available for Stream 2.

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    Configuration Select “High” for lowest image quality. The file size decreases. Frame Rate Select the desired frame rate. – Bit Rate – Select the desired bit rate. – Default: 29. “29” means 1 I frame plus 28 P frames. You can adjust GOP size between 1 and 64.

  • Page 26: Bandwidth Requirements

    Configuration 9.1.1 Bandwidth requirements Resolution Compression Streaming Frame Rate Mb/s Protocol 320x240 High MJPEG 25 fps 0.90 Mb/s 320x240 Mid-High MJPEG 25 fps 1.17 Mb/s 320x240 Standard MJPEG 25 fps 1.36 Mb/s 320x240 Mid-Low MJPEG 25 fps 1.78 Mb/s 320x240 MJPEG 25 fps 2.93 Mb/s...

  • Page 27: Network Settings

    Configuration Resolution Compression Streaming Frame Rate Mb/s Protocol 320x240 Mid-Low MJPEG 5 fps 0.3 Mb/s 320x240 MJPEG 5 fps 0.55 Mb/s 640x480 High MJPEG 5 fps 0.46 Mb/s 640x480 Mid-High MJPEG 5 fps 0.62 Mb/s 640x480 Standard MJPEG 5 fps 0.79 Mb/s 640x480 Mid-Low...

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    Configuration Basic Camera Name Enter your camera name or use the default name. Camera Name ON or OFF Enable Network DHCP The IP address is automatically obtained if you select ON; otherwise, select OFF if you want to setup the network setting manually. IP Address Enter your IP address here if you have selected DHCP off.

  • Page 29: Ddns

    Configuration UpnP Use UpnP When set to ON, the camera can be detected automatically by the PC. It is not necessary to install the IpFinder program. Audio Output Use Audio Output When set to ON, a voice message of the camera’s IP address can be delivered to an external speaker via the audio output port.

  • Page 30: Ftp Server

    Configuration User ID Enter the login user name according to your DDNS provider. Password Enter the login password according to your DDNS provider. Password (Confirm) Confirm the login password. 9.2.3 FTP Server 1. Select Network Settings > FTP Server. 2. Configure the options as described in the table below. 3.

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    Configuration Preset image 4 types of specific application setups can be selected for quick and easy presetting of parameters. Select “OFF” if you want to make individual settings. Automatic 3 types of specific application conditions can be selected. Exposure In “Full Automatic” mode, the shutter speed is set to 1/60 s and the PTZ camera will automatically adjust the aperture according to the amount of outside light.

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    Configuration which are determined automatically inside camera system. If slow speed shutter is activated, the exposure time becomes longer and the frame rate becomes smaller. Blurred images may result with moving objects. Back Light Set an area for backlight compensation. If backlight compensation is Compensation activated, the camera performs the exposure control only within the specified area.

  • Page 33: Auto Patrol

    Configuration 9.3.2 Auto Patrol 1. Select Image Parameters > Auto Patrol. 2. Configure the options as described in the tables below. 3. Click Save. Tilt Angle The PTZ camera tilt angle can be configured for different application requirements. Set up tilt angle from -90° to 30°. (Scan) Speed The auto scan speed can be configured between 1 and 90°/s.

  • Page 34: Cropping

    Configuration 3. Use the mouse to drag a mask rectangle on the screen. 4. Click OK to finish the setting, and return to the Mask Zone menu. 5. Click Save to enable the mask settings. 9.3.4 Cropping The cropping function can be activated only with the correct streaming settings. See page [ 23] .

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    Configuration 3. Select one type of cropping area using the area buttons. A red-mesh rectangle will appear on the screen. 4. To select the cropping area, move the mouse to the desired position on the screen, then click the left mouse button, and the red mesh will be centred to that position.

  • Page 36: Alarm

    Configuration 3. Set the horizontal and vertical position and the colour of the camera name, alarm text and date/time. 4. Click Save. Alarm External alarm inputs and motion/activity detection can be set. When a sensor or other device is connected to the alarm input terminal, an alarm will be triggered by the external sensor.

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    Configuration Alarm Input ON: Detects an external alarm. OFF: Does not perform alarm detection. Digital Input Alarm Input: Detects an external alarm. Mode OFF: Does not perform alarm detection. B/W Mode: Sets the camera into monochrome mode if a trigger signal is received.

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    Configuration Motion ON: Activates motion/activity detection function. Detection OFF: Deactivates motion/activity detection function. Area 1. Click Set Motion Area. The motion setup screen will open. 2. Select the detection area by clicking/dragging the mouse. Sensitivity High: An alarm will be triggered even when minor changes in brightness occur within the defined area.

  • Page 39: Audio Upload

    Configuration detected, the alarm out will be triggered immediately as well. Output hold time Set the alarm output hold time. This function is used when connecting to alarm output terminals and activating a siren, buzzer or emergency light. 9.4.2 Audio Upload You can choose which audio file (*.wav) you want to upload as a voice alarm message to the SD card from your PC.

  • Page 40: Record

    Configuration Alarm-input message Define the message (up to 64 characters) to be sent to the alarm server when an alarm input is triggered. Motion-Alarm Define the message (up to 64 characters) to be sent to the alarm message server when a motion alarm is triggered. Record 9.5.1 FTP Recording...

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    Configuration FTP Connecting Reconnect: The network camera logs in/out for each file transfer Method Continuous Connection: The network camera is always in connection. Connecting method Primary server Define FTP server 1 or 2 as the primary server for saving image files. Automatic Select ON if the FTP server is to be automatically switched to the server switching...

  • Page 42: Scheduled Recording

    Configuration 9.5.1.1 Recording conditions Scheduled Recording Monday to Sunday Determine the recording condition (STOP, All Day, Schedule 1 or Schedule 2) for all days from Monday to Sunday. Schedule 1, Determine the recording time. Schedule 2 Recording cycle Set a time interval for recording images. Record File Name In the transfer image section, the file name assigned by the FTP server is time stamp based.

  • Page 43: Sd Recording

    Configuration Recording by Alarm or Motion Record Source Select the recording format : JPEG or MPEG4. Record Frame Set the number of images to be recorded immediately after an alarm occurs. Recording Cycle Set a time interval for alarm recording. Recording Time If MPEG4 is selected, the recording time can be set.

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    Configuration Conditions Select whether images are to be stored on the SD card by: Time schedule, Alarm input, Motion alarm or Network loss Overwrite ON: Records are overwritten beginning with old records when the capacity of the SD memory card is exhausted during recording. (NOTE: If important data is to be saved, set the Overwrite mode to OFF.) OFF: Recording is stopped when the capacity of the SD memory card is exhausted during recording...

  • Page 45: E-mail Recording

    Configuration Recording by Alarm or Motion Record Source Select the recording format: JPEG or MPEG4. Record Frame Set the number of images to be recorded immediately after an alarm occurs. Recording Cycle Set a time interval for alarm recording. Recording Time If MPEG4 is selected, the recording time can be set.

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    Configuration Conditions Select whether you receive an e-mail by: Time schedule, Alarm input or Motion alarm. Authentication No Authentication: no restrict rule SMTP: Authorize plain, login, and Cram-MD5 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is an Internet standard for electronic mail (e-mail) transmission across Internet Protocol (IP) networks.

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    Configuration E-mail Address Mail to Address List You can send e-mails to multiple users when a scheduled, alarm in, or motion detection event occurs. 9.5.3.1 Recording conditions Scheduled Recording Subject Enter the e-mail subject title. Message Enter the message body as a notification. Attach Image Select if an alarm image is to be attached to the e-mail.

  • Page 48: Nas Recording

    Configuration Recording by Alarm or Motion Subject Enter the e-mail subject title. Message Enter the message body as a notification. Attach Image Select if an alarm image is to be attached to the e-mail. 9.5.4 NAS Recording This is a method to store data on a network-based storage device. Recording on NAS drives is intended for short video sequences and images.

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    Configuration NAS Record Select the mode that will trigger the NAS recording session. Conditions After the NAS recording condition has been selected, the corresponding detailed recording field appears. NOTE: If “Schedule” mode is selected, the data can be stored on the NAS storage in JPEG format only, however both JPEG and MPEG format are available for Alarm and Motion conditions.

  • Page 50: Audio

    Configuration Recording by Alarm or Motion Record Source Select the recording format: JPEG or MPEG4. Record Frame Set the number of images to be recorded immediately after an alarm occurs. Recording Cycle Set a time interval for alarm recording. Recording Time If MPEG4 is selected, the recording time can be set.

  • Page 51: Date/time

    Configuration deactivated. Audio Input HIGH: Increased audio input level. Level LOW: Reduced audio input level. Audio output ON: The audio output is activated. OFF: The audio output is deactivated. NOTE: If audio output is ON, use an external audio amplifier or loudspeaker with integrated amplifier.

  • Page 52: Access Protection

    Configuration Synchronization Manual: Enter the date and time to set up system time. mode NTP: You can also enable Network Time Protocol (NTP) by NTP server. Enter a host name for the NTP server, select a time adjustment period, and click the "Save and Test " button to start testing the NTP function. Synchronization from PC: System date/time will be synchronized by the PC date/time.

  • Page 53: User List

    Configuration 9.8.2 User list Besides the administrator, general users can be authorized by the system administrator to access the camera. 1. Select Access protection > User List. 2. Configure the options as described in the table below. 3. Click Save. Enter a login name for the new user.

  • Page 54: Forbidden Ports

    Configuration Function OFF: The IP address filter function is deactivated. Allowed: All the IP addresses enabled in the list are allowed to access the camera. Denied: All the IP addresses enabled in the list shall be rejected by the firewall. IP Address Enter the IP addresses which are to be processed by the firewall system into the IP address field.

  • Page 55: Forbidden Protocol

    Configuration 9.9.3 Forbidden Protocol 1. Select Firewall > Forbidden Protocol. 2. Click ON to have the ICMP or UDP protocol rejected by the firewall. 3. Click Save. 9.10 System 9.10.1 Setting CGI-Lock is a system security setting. It means that you can activate or deactivate the login data for the CGI commands.

  • Page 56: Configuration

    Configuration 3. Click Upload. Rebooting the camera after a firmware update may take approx. 15 minutes. 9.10.3 Configuration Camera configuration information can be exported and saved to a personal computer. It can also be imported from the personal computer to network cameras. 1.

  • Page 57: Back Focus

    Configuration Network Camera Click Reboot.. The confirmation message will be displayed. Click OK Reboot to reboot the network camera. 9.10.4 Back Focus 1. Select System > Back Focus. 2. Click the Adjust button. The lens iris will be fully opened, a live picture screen will pop up, and brightness will automatically be set to optimum for setting up the back focus.

  • Page 58: Logbook

    Configuration notification delivered continuously according to the interval set when the defined Interval temperature is exceeded. If the notification interval is set to "0", the e- mail notification is deactivated. 9.11 Logbook 1. Select Log. 2. Click the buttons to display the desired logbooks or to delete all logs. 9.12 Licence information Select Notice.

  • Page 59: Utility Program Application

    Utility program application Utility program application 10.1 NAS player setup If recording to a NAS is selected for the camera, use this player for review. This application is found on the CD included in the delivery. 1. Execute NAS record setup first. 2.

  • Page 60: Firmware Update Setup

    Utility program application 10.3 Firmware update setup This application supports firmware update of up to 100 IP cameras in the same network. Individual firmware update can be performed via the IP camera webpage as well. See page [ 55] . This application is found on the CD included in the delivery.

  • Page 61: Maintenance

    Do not touch the lens area. Use a soft cloth moistened with alcohol to clean the surface if it is touched accidentally. Defective modules should be sent to the nearest Siemens office to be forwarded to the service centre. Disposal...

  • Page 62: Index

    Index Index Forbidden Protocol, 55 Frame Rate, 25 Advanced user, 53 FTP Server, 30 Alarm, 36 Alarm in terminal, 12 Alarm out terminal, 12 Gamma, 32 Alarm Server, 39 GOP, 25 Audio, 27, 50 Audio Event, 39 IP Address, 28 Authentication, 46 IP Adress Filter, 53 Auto Gain Control, 31...

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    Index System, 55 SD Card slot, 11 SD recording, 43 Temperature, 57 Secondary DNS, 28 Sharpness, 32 User list, 53 Shutter Speed, 31 Slow Speed Shutter, 31 VIDEO Port Number, 25 Subnet Mask, 28 Synchronization mode, 52 Web-Cam IP Manager, 16 Building Technologies CCMx1315-LP Configuration Manual EN Fire Safety &...

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    Issued by © 2009 Copyright Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without Siemens Building Technologies notice. Fire & Security Products GmbH & Co. oHG Siemensallee 84 D-76181 Karlsruhe www.buildingtechnologies.siemens.com Document ID A6V10236123 Manual Edition 05.05.2009 Register...

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