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Video Network
Station
User's Guide
Page 2
Mode d'emploi
Page 47
SNT-V304
 2000 Sony Corporation
3-204-941-11(1)
GB
FR

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  • Page 1 3-204-941-11(1) Video Network Station User’s Guide Page 2 Mode d’emploi Page 47 SNT-V304  2000 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 English WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical chock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. VORSICHT Um Feuergefahr und die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages zu vermeiden, darf das Gerät weder Regen noch Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt werden.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Video Network Station Features ........4 Part Names and Functions ..........5 Front Panel ................5 Rear Panel ................6 System Application Examples ......... 7 Installation ................8 Connections ................8 IP Address Assignment ............8 Confirming Installation ............9 Settings ................11 Basic Settings with the First Time Installation Wizard ..11 Accessing the Administration Overview Page......12 Monitor Screen and Alarm Function Setup ......
  • Page 4: Video Network Station Features

    Video Network Station Features Video network station Features This unit is a video network station that distributes real-time CCTV images over a LAN or the Internet. Simple monitoring over a network Flexible, high-performance display functions • By assigning an IP address to this unit, live video can be monitored using standard Web browsers on client •...
  • Page 5: Part Names And Functions

    Part Names and Functions Front Panel S VIDEO VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3 VIDEO 4 POWER STATUS 75Ω OFF NETWORK 75Ω ON 2 34 1 S VIDEO Input Terminal (4 pins) 5 VIDEO 1 to VIDEO 4 BNC Input Terminals Video sources that provide separate Y/C signals are Composite video signals can be connected here using input here.
  • Page 6: Rear Panel

    Part Names and Functions Rear Panel A3 C3 A4 C4 B AC IN ETHERNET (12V) 10 /100 COM 1 COM 2 – A1 C1 A2 C2 RELAY 1 AC IN (12 V) Input Terminal 4 ETHERNET 10/100 Terminal (RJ-45) The supplied AC adapter connects here. Using Category 5 twisted-pair cable, connect this terminal of the server to the network as a 10-Mbps Ethernet or 100-Mbps Fast Ethernet device.
  • Page 7: System Application Examples

    Ethernet 10/100 Terminal VISCA Cable COM1 Terminal S VIDEO S-VIDEO Input Terminal VISCA EVI-D30/D31 Cable NTSC/PAL VIDEO 2 Input Terminal LAN or Internet SNT-V304 Video Camera NTSC/PAL VIDEO 3 Input Terminal Video Camera COM2 RS-232C NTSC/PAL VIDEO 4 Input Terminal Terminal Cable...
  • Page 8: Settings

    Settings This chapter describes how to set up the video network The Wizard appears. station for various system types and applications. Video network station settings are made using Internet Explorer 5 (or later). Note If the computer used for making video network station settings or viewing the monitor screen is shared with other users, we recommend closing the Web browser when finished operations.
  • Page 9: Accessing The Administration Overview Page

    Installation Accessing the Administration Overview Page Click the (Admin) button to display the Enter “root” as the system user name, and the “Administration overview” page. After basic settings password that was set previously, and click [OK]. have been made with the “First Time Installation The “Administration overview”...
  • Page 10: Monitor Screen And Alarm Function Setup

    VIDEO 1 and 2 terminals are displayed one above the other. Woud you like to Select whether to display the Sony display the Sony logo at the top of the page: either [Yes] logo? (display) or [No] (no logo).
  • Page 11: Network Settings

    Installation Dialog boxes relating to [Input 1] (Alarm Input 1) to Setting Description [Input 4] (Alarm Input 4) are displayed for the Camera Link Check this box to include in the e-mail following items. a link to the real-time image on the camera where an alarm event occurs.
  • Page 12: System Administration And Security

    Settable contents are shown in the following table. System Administration and Security Setting Description TCP/ BOOTP* Enable the BOOTP protocol to (Network Station) icon is used to configure automatically download the IP the security of the video network station or system address.
  • Page 13 Installation Changing the System Administrator Password The setting items are shown in the following table. When finished setting, click the “Save” Icon. The Note accuracy of the internal clock is ±120 seconds/month When the video network station is shipped from the or less.
  • Page 14 Repeat the above steps to add more users. Displaying the Log File Up to 20 users can be registered. Clicking the (View Log File) button opens a Click the [Close] button to close the dialog box. new window to display the “Log file Events” page. Recently executed commands are displayed on the “Log file Events”...
  • Page 15: Serial Port Settings

    Settings” page appears. Refer to “Pan/Tilt Driver and Video Camera ID Setup” below. Make the required settings. Available settings are • When [HSR] is selected, the “Sony HSR as follows. Settings” page appears. Refer to “HSR-1/1P/2/2P Setup” on page 20.
  • Page 16 • When an HSR-1/1P/2/2P is connected to the COM1 terminal, an ID number can be set for each camera connected to the HSR-1/1P/2/2P. Verify that [Sony Visca Driver] is selected in the Click the [Apply] button. [Select Driver] drop-down list.
  • Page 17 “COM1” icon, reset the serial port usage by recalling a preset position. referring to “Serial Port Settings” on page 18. Click the “Preset Positions” icon on the “Specific Click the “HSR” icon to display the “Sony HSR parameter for Sony G20/G21 and Sony D30/D31” Settings” page. page.
  • Page 18 • Available settings differ according to the type of • Time Display Format HSR connected. The following four display formats are available on Some settings are different for the HSR-1/1P and the HSR-1/1P/2/2P “INDICATION CONTROL” HSR-2/2P, which are automatically detected by the page, which are independent of the video network video network station.
  • Page 19: Modem Setup

    Installation Modem Setup ISP (Internet Service Provider) Setup (Modem) icon is displayed when [Modem] is (ISP) icon is displayed when [Modem] is selected for the serial port usage. When a modem is selected for the serial port usage. The “ISP” icon is connected to the video network station, if the used to set up connection with an “ISP”...
  • Page 20: Video Input Setup

    Click the “Save” icon. Video Input Setup The settings are saved. (Video) icons indicate the video sources connected to the VIDEO 1 to VIDEO 4 input Video Image Settings terminals. If the serial port usage is set for an HSR-1/ 1P/2/2P, the (HSR) icon is displayed at the [1] Click the...
  • Page 21 Installation Items that can be set are as follows: If only the current video source is to be set, select [Video 1’s] in the [Apply detection and settings to] Setting Description drop-down list. Otherwise, if all video sources are to Display date &...
  • Page 22 Installation Modem Setup ISP (Internet Service Provider) Setup (Modem) icon is displayed when [Modem] is (ISP) icon is displayed when [Modem] is selected for the serial port usage. When a modem is selected for the serial port usage. The “ISP” icon is connected to the video network station, if the used to set up connection with an “ISP”...
  • Page 23 Click the “Save” icon. Video Input Setup The settings are saved. (Video) icons indicate the video sources connected to the VIDEO 1 to VIDEO 4 input Video Image Settings terminals. If the serial port usage is set for an HSR-1/ 1P/2/2P, the (HSR) icon is displayed at the [1] Click the...
  • Page 24 Installation Items that can be set are as follows: If only the current video source is to be set, select [Video 1’s] in the [Apply detection and settings to] Setting Description drop-down list. Otherwise, if all video sources are to Display date &...
  • Page 25: Operation

    Operation This chapter describes how to monitor the images Enter your user name and password, and click distributed from the server. [OK]. If you don’t know your user name and password, ask your system administrator. z Hint The monitor screen appears. •...
  • Page 26: Camera View Operations

    Operation Camera View Operations The Camera View displays the video camera images. Use the screen buttons and icons to switch between cameras and display modes. 1 [ALL] Button 4 [ALARM] Button Clicking this button switches the monitor screen to the Clicking this button changes the monitor screen to the ALL mode (as shown in the above example).
  • Page 27 8 [PRESET] Drop-Down List qs Camera Title Select a preset camera position by name from this list This is the title of the video camera. to set the camera to that fixed position (previously set by the system administrator). qd Date and Time This is current date and time.
  • Page 28: Pan/tilt/zoom Control

    Operation Pan/Tilt/Zoom Control When an EVI-D30/D31/G20/G21 is connected to a Camera View. The Pan/Tilt/Zoom control bars are serial port on the video network station, camera pan, displayed around the video source image in the Single tilt and zoom can be controlled from the Web page. mode.
  • Page 29: Viewing Alarm Event Images

    z Hints Viewing Alarm Event Images The quality of images saved during an alarm event depends on system settings (video input). Also, the The Alarm mode of the Camera View is used to view actions that occur in response to an alarm event depend images saved during an alarm event.
  • Page 30 Operation Viewing the Alarm List Screen The alarm contents saved in memory can be displayed as a list. Clicking the [ALARM] button in the Camera View displays the Alarm List screen. 6 7 8 1 Alarm Number 5 Alarm Event Date A serial number (1 to 999) is assigned to each alarm Shows the alarm event date.
  • Page 31 Viewing the Alarm Replay Screen Alarm events saved in memory can be replayed as a Clicking on the desired image on the Alarm List screen moving image. switches to the Alarm Replay screen with the selected image displayed as a moving image. 1 Alarm Information 4 Movie Control Bar Shows the alarm event trigger, camera number and...
  • Page 32 Operation Viewing Thumbnails – The Alarm Thumbnail Screen Alarm events saved in memory can be displayed as on the Alarm Replay screen to display images as thumbnail images. Click the “Thumbnail Display” icon thumbnails. 1 “Paging” Icons 5 Page Number Click to change pages when you have multiple pages Shows the page number.
  • Page 33: Hsr View Mode

    HSR View Mode Images from the HSR-1/1P/2/2P are displayed in the Note HSR View. Screen buttons and icons allow switching When multiple users are logged on at the same time, cameras, controlling pan/tilt/zoom, changing display operations of other users may cause the HSR View to modes and controlling the HSR-1/1P/2/2P.
  • Page 34 Operation 3 Display Partition Buttons qa Connection Status Clicking one of these icons selects the image monitor Shows the type of HSR unit (HSR-1/1P or HSR-2/2P) layout. The icons are applicable to the A IMAGE connected to the video network station. If the output of the HSR-1/1P/2/2P, and are functional when connected HSR-1/1P/2/2P is not turned on or the [A] button qh is selected, or when the [A/B] button...
  • Page 35 4 [PRE-REVERSE PLAY] Button HSR-1/1P/2/2P Control This button is enabled when an HSR-2/2P is connected to the video network station. Clicking this button while The HSR-1/1P/2/2P is controlled from the [HSR recording with the HSR-2/2P rewinds by the specified CONTROL] page, displayed by clicking the [CTR] Pre-Reverse Time value, and then plays.
  • Page 36: Basic Administration

    Basic Administration Basic Administration Checking the Log File Log File Information The log file is saved as a text file that can be opened Recently executed commands are recorded in the log with a text editor. The following information is file on the video network station.
  • Page 37: Resetting To Factory Defaults

    Resetting to Factory Defaults from the Resetting to Factory Defaults Administration Overview Page Two procedures are available to return the video Display a monitor screen in the Web browser, and network station to its factory default settings: one click the Admin button. using the RESET switch on the unit, and the other by The “Administration overview”...
  • Page 38: Simultaneous Alarm Input To The Hsr-1/1p/2/2p And Video Network Station Alarm Memory

    Connecting the Alarm Device 11 pin (A1) 15 pin I/O Terminal Alarm Device HSR-1/1P/2/2P SNT-V304 Block Connector Parallel I/O Terminal 19 pin 12 pin (C1) Refer to the HSR-1/1P/2/2P Users Guide for details of alarm device wiring and the HSR-1/1P/2/2P Parallel...
  • Page 39 HSR-1/1P/2/2P Settings Video Network Station Settings On the “Administration overview” page, select the On the “Administration overview” page, select “HSR” icon first, and then the “Setup” icon to make [Application] with the “Layout and Application settings on the Setup Menu page. Items not mentioned Wizard”...
  • Page 40: If You Suspect A Problem

    ARP table contents. If it is use.* When the battery is depleted, the data and time 95, the ARP empty, execute a “ping” settings are lost. Contact your Sony Service Center to table might command to an existing host have been on the network, and then have the battery replaced (for a charge).
  • Page 41: Basic Specifications

    External Dimensions events 145 × 41 × 220 mm (WHD) Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) VIDEO IN Terminals (BNC) × 4 Supports remote control of Sony VBS, VS signal: 1.0 Vp-p ±0.2 V EVI-D30/D31/G20/G21 cameras with 75-Ω/Hi-Z termination. Security User-level password protection...
  • Page 42 Basic Specifications RS-232 Serial Interface Terminal Pin Out I/O Terminal Block Connector Pin Out Pin No. COM1 COM2 function function -RXD -RXD Connector width must -TXD -TXD not exceed 32 mm. – RELAY Function Description Reserved Do not use Reserved •...
  • Page 43 If an alarm device has mechanically switched or open- Alarm Inputs collector outputs that do not need to be electrically isolated, connect as follows. Four photocoupler inputs are provided for alarm inputs. Alarm signals can be connected to any of the Inside server←...
  • Page 44: Settings List

    Settings that can be changed with each wizard and dialog box are as follows. Asterisks (*) denote items that can be set with the First Time Installation Wizard. Application Design Page Layout * Display Format Display Size SONY Logo Application Alarm Network BOOTP Internet Address * Default Router *...
  • Page 45 Page RS232/RS422 Baud rate Data bits Stop bits Parity Pan Tilt Driver Preset Name Setup Maintenance Modem Modem Type Dial Tone Type Baud Rate Dial Prefix Flow Control Init String Phone Number Alternative Number User Name Password Connection Redial Attempts Redial Interval Video Video enable...
  • Page 46: Warranty Card And After Sales Service

    If the problem persists, ask for service Contact your supplier or nearest Sony Customer Service Center listed in the “Sony Business Product Customer Service Information”. Repairs within the warranty period We will provide repairs according to the terms of the warranty card.

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