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PDF Content Summary: User Manual V1.0 Please Read this User Manual throughout before using avipas.com 1 Model: AV-1080 HD Video Conferencing Camera (SDI) Model: AV-1081 HD Video Conferencing Camera (HDMI) Preface Thanks for using this HD Video Conferencing Camera. This manual introduces the functions, installation process and operation of the HD camera. Prior to installation and usage, please read the manual thoroughly. Precautions This product should only be used under the specified conditions in order to avoid any damage to the camera: ∎ Do not subject the camera to rain or moisture. ∎ Do not remove the cover. Otherwise, you may risk receiving an electric shock. In case of unintended equipment operation, contact an authorized engineer. ∎ Never operate under unspecified temperature, humidity or power supply. ∎ Please use soft dry cloth to clean the camera. If the camera is very dirty, clean it with diluted neuter detergent; do not use any type of solvents, which may damage the surface. Note: This is a class A production. Electromagnetic radiation at certain frequencies may affect the image quality of TV in home environment. 2 Contents Attentions ........................................................................................................... 4 Supplied Accessories ......................................................................................... 4 Quick Start ......................................................................................................... 5 Features .............................................................................................................. 8 Product Specifications ....................................................................................... 9 Main Units ....................................................................................................... 11 Dimensions ...................................................................................................... 12 IR Remote Control Menu ................................................................................. 13 RS-232 Interface .............................................................................................. 14 Serial Communication Control ........................................................................ 16 Menu Settings .................................................................................................. 17 Network Connection ........................................................................................ 23 Maintenance and Troubleshooting ................................................................... 36 Appendix .......................................................................................................... 38 3 Attentions ● Electric Safety Installation and operation must accord with electric safety standard. ● Use caution to transport Avoid stress, vibration or soakage in transport, storage and installation. ● Polarity of power supply The power supply of this product is +12V, the max electrical current is 2A. Polarity of the power supply plug is shown in the drawing below. ● Installation precautions Do not grasp the camera lens when carrying it. Do not touch camera lens by hand. Mechanical damage may result from doing so. Do not use in corrosive liquid, gas or solid environment to avoid any cover (plastic material) damage. Make sure there is no obstacle within rotation range. Do not power on before installation is completed. ● Do not dismantle the camera We are not responsible for any unauthorized modification or dismantling. CAUTION! Certain frequencies of electromagnetic field may affect the image of the camera! Supplied Accessories When unpacked, check if all supplied accessories are included: Camera .............................................................................. 1PCS AC power adaptor ............................................................. 1PCS Power cord .......................................................................... 1PCS RS232 cable ........................................................................ 1PCS Remote control.................................................................... 1PCS User manual ........................................................................ 1PCS 4 Quick Start 1. Camera Interface Illustration Fig 1.1 Interface of AV-1080 Interface of SDI Model: 1. Camera Lens 4. Locating Hole 7. SDI Interface 2. Remote Controller Receiver Light 5. RS232 Control Interface (input) 8. A-IN Interface 3. Tripod Screw Hole 6. LAN Interface 9. DC12V Power Supply Socket Fig 1.2 Interface of AV-1081 Interface of HDMI Model: 1. Camera Lens 4. Locating Hole 7. HDMI Interface 2. Remote Controller Receiver Light 5. RS232 Control Interface (input) 8. A-IN Interface 3. Tripod Screw Hole 6. LAN Interface 9. DC12V Power Supply Socket Notice:Each model comes with the corresponding interface. Users should read the manual according to the particular model. 5 2. Bracket mount Note: Bracket can only be wall mounted or ceiling mounted (upside down) on concrete wall, It cannot be installed on plasterboard. 1) Wall mount 6 2) Ceiling mount 7 Features AV-1080 series camera features advanced ISP processing algorithms to provide vivid images with a strong sense of depth, high resolution and fantastic color rendition. It supports H.265/H.264 encoding which makes motion video fluent and clear even under less than ideal bandwidth conditions. • Superb High-definition Image: It employs 1/2.8” high-quality CMOS sensor. Resolution is up to 1920x1080 with frame rate up to 60 fps. • Optical Zoom Lens: 10X zoom lens is with 83.7° wide view angle without distortion. • Leading Auto Focus Technology: With innovative algorithm, auto-focusing is fast, accurate and stable. • Low Noise and High SNR: Low-noise CMOS effectively ensures high SNR of video. Advanced 2D/3D noise reduction technology is also used to further reduce noise while ensuring image sharpness. • Quiet PTZ Mechanism: By accurate step driving motor mechanism, the camera works extremely quiet and moves smoothly. • Multi-Format Video Outputs: Support SDI, HDMI, USB2.0, HDBaseT and LAN interfaces. • Multiple Video compression: Support H.265/H.264 video compression. • Audio Input Interface: Support 16000, 32000, 44100, 48000 sampling rates, and AAC, MP3, G.711A audio coding. • Multiple Network Protocol: Support ONVIF, RTSP, RTMP protocols, and RTMP push mode, easy to link to streaming media server (Wowza, FMS...). • Low-power sleep function: Support low-power sleep mode, and the consumption is lower than 400mW. • Multiple Communication Protocols: Support VISCA, Pelco-D, Pelco-P protocols. • RS-232 Cascade Function: Support RS-232 cascade function which is convenient for installing. • 255 presets Positions: Up to 255 presets (10 presets by IR remote). • Wide Application: Tele-education, Lecture capture, Webcasting, Videoconferencing, Tele-training, Tele-medicine, Interrogation and Emergency command systems. 8 Product Specifications Name AV-1080 Series HD Video Conference Camera Camera Sensor 1/2.8'', CMOS, 16:9, Effective Pixel: 2.07MP Scanning Mode Progressive Lens 10x, f=4.7~47mm, F1.6 ~ F3.0 Digital Zoom 5x Minimal Illumination 0.5 Lux @ (F1.8, AGC ON) Focus Auto/Manual/ One Push Aperture Auto/Manual Electronic Shutter Auto/Manual White Balance Auto / Manual/ One Push/ 3000K/ 4000K/5000K/6500K Backlight Compensation On/Off Digital Noise Reduction 2D&3D Digital Noise Reduction Video SNR ≥55dB Video Adjustment Brightness/ Color/ Saturation/ Contrast/ Sharpness/ BW mode/ Gamma curve View Angle 6.43°(tele)--60.9°(wide) Pan Rotation Range ±135° Tilt Rotation Range ±30° Pan Speed Range 0.1° ~ 60°/s Tilt Speed Range 0.1° ~ 30°/s Number of Preset 255 Preset Accuracy 0.1° IPC Features Video coding standard H.265/H.264 Video Stream First stream, Second stream Video Format HDMI/SDI: 1080P60/50/30/25/59.94/29.97; 1080I60/50/59.94; 720P60/50/30/25/59.94/29.97 Main stream: 1920x1080, 1280x720,640x480 9 Sub stream: 320x180,320x240,640x360,640x480,1280x720,1920x1080 Frame Rate 50Hz: 1fps ~ 25ps; 60Hz: 1fps ~ 30fps Audio Standard AAC/ MP3/ G.711A Sampling Rate 16000/ 32000/ 44100/ 48000 Network Protocols RTSP/RTMP, ONVIF, GBT28181 Input/Output Interface Communication Interface 1xRS232: 8pin Min DIN; Max Distance: 30m Protocol Pelco-D/ Pelco-P/ VISCA Baud Rate 115200/9600/4800/2400 Video Output Interface AV-1080: SDI, LAN, RS232, A-IN AV-1081: HDMI, LAN, RS232, A-IN Audio Input 1-ch 3.5mm audio interface, Line In Network interface 1xRJ45: 10/100/1000M Adaptive Ethernet ports Power Jack JEITA type (DC IN 12V) Generic Specification Input Voltage DC 12V Current Consumption 1.0A (Max) Operating Temperature 20°F~80°F (-10°C~50°C) Storage Temperature 20°F~95°F (-10°C~60°C) Power Consumption 12W (Max) Size 6”x6”x5” (151.2mmX152.5mmX126.7mm) Net Weight 3lb (1.4kg) 10 Main Units 1) External interface of SDI models: RS232, LAN, SDI Output, Audio Input, DC12V Power Interface. 2) External interface of HDMI model: RS232, LAN, HDMI Output, Audio Input, DC12V Power Interface 11 Dimensions 12 IR Remote Control Menu 1. Standby Button Press this button and hold it for 3 secs to enter standby mode. The camera will do self-testing and return back to 【HOME】position. (Note: If Preset 0 is set, and with no operation for 12s, the camera will automatically turn to Preset position 0. 2. Camera Address Selection Press the camera address number to control the particular camera with the address setting. 3. Number Keys To set or call 0-9 presets. 4. *, #, Key Combination To use as combination with 【F1-F4】 to set camera address. 【*】+【#】+【F1】: Camera Address No.1 【*】+【#】+【F2】: Camera Address No. 2 【*】+【#】+【F3】: Camera Address No. 3 【*】+【#】+【F4】: Camera Address No. 4 5. Focus Control 【AUTO】: to enter auto focus mode. 【MANUAL】: to enter manual focus mode. Switch the camera focus mode to manual by pressing FOCUS【+】 or FOCUS【-】to adjust. 6. Zoom Control ZOOM【+】: Lens near; ZOOM【-】: Lens far 7. Set/ Clear Presets 【SET PRESET】+【0-9】 number key: To set presets 【CLEAR PRESET】+【0-9】number key: To clear presets 8. Pan-Tilt Control Buttons

Press the right buttons to adjust the camera position. Press 【HOME】 Up, Up, down, down, down, left and left and left and left and

to return to the center position. 9. BLC Control 【BLC ON/OFF】: To turn on/off the back light. 13 10. Menu Settings 【MENU】: to open/ close the OSD menu; to enter/ exit the OSD menu, or to return to the previous submenu. 11. Key Combination Functions 1) 【#】+【#】+【#】: Clear all presets 2) 【*】+【#】+【6】: Restore factory defaults 3) 【*】+【#】+【9】: Flip switch 4) 【*】+【#】+【AUTO】: Enter the auto mode 5) 【*】+【#】+【3】: Set language to Chinese 6) 【*】+【#】+【4】: Set language to English 7) 【*】+【#】+【MANUAL】: Restore the default user name, PSW and IP address 8) 【#】+【#】+【0】: Switch the video format to 1080P60 9)【#】+【#】+【1】: Switch the video format to 1080P50 10)【#】+【#】+【2】: Switch the video format to 1080I60 11)【#】+【#】+【3】: Switch the video format to 1080I50 12)【#】+【#】+【4】: Switch the video format to 720P60 13)【#】+【#】+【5】: Switch the video format to 720P50 14)【#】+【#】+【6】: Switch the video format to 1080P30 15)【#】+【#】+【7】: Switch the video format to 1080P25 16)【#】+【#】+【8】: Switch the video format to 720P30 17)【#】+【#】+【9】: Switch the video format to 720P25 RS-232 Interface 14 Computer or keyboard o camera connection Camera WindowsDB-9 1.DTR 1.DCD 2.DSR 2.RXD 3.TXD 3.TXD 4.GND 4.DTR 5.RXD 5.GND 6.GND 6.DSR 7.IR OUT 7.RTS 8.NC 8.CTS 9.RI 1) RS-232 Mini-DIN 8-pin Port Definition 2) RS232 (DB9) Port Definition NO. Port Definition 1 DTR Data Terminal Ready 2 DSR Data Set Ready 3 TXD Transmit Data 4 GND System Ground 5 RXD Receive Data 6 GND System Ground 7 IR OUT IR Commander Signal 8 NC No Connection NO. Port Definition 1 DCD Data Carrier Detect 2 RXD Receive Data 3 TXD Transmit Data 4 DTR Data Terminal Ready 5 GND System Ground 6 DSR Data Set Ready 7 RTS Request to Send 15 Serial Communication Control Under normal working condition, the camera could be controlled through RS232 interface. RS232C serial parameters are as below: • Baud rate: 2400/4800/9600/115200bps; • Start bit: 1; data bits: 8; Stop bit: 1; Parity: None. Pan-Tilt function rotates the camera to its maximum position of top left upon startup, then it returns to the center, and the process of initialization is finished. (Note: if there is an entry for position preset 0, the corresponding position preset 0 will be called up after initialization.) Then user can control the camera with commands in the command list (See Appendix). 3) VISCA networking 16

Menu Settings 1. Maun Menu Press [MENU] to display the main menu on the screen. Use the arrow buttons to move the cursor. Press [HOME] to enter the corresponding sub-menu. MENU =============== Language English (Setup) (Camera) (P/T/Z) (Video Format) (Version) (Restore Default) [↑↓] Select [← →] Change Value [MENU] Back [HOME] OK LANGUAGE: Language setting, Chinese/English SETUP: System settings CAMERA: Camera settings PTZ OPTION: Pan tilt settings VERSON: View camera version Restore Default: Reset settings 17 2. SETUP- System Settings Move the cursor to [SETUP] in the main menu and press [HOME], [SETUP] menu is shown below. SETUP =============== Protocol Auto Visca Address 1 Visca Address Fix OFF PELCO-P Address 1 PELCO-D Address 1 Baudrate 9600 PROTOCOL: VISCA/ Pelco-P/ Pelco-D/ Auto Visca Addr: VISCA:1~7/ Pelco-P: 1~255/ shown below.

Pelco-D: 1~255 Visca Address Fix: On/ Off Baud rate: 2400/ 4800/ 9600/ 115200 3. CAMERA- Camera Settings Move the cursor to [Camera] in the main menu and press [HOME], [Camera] menu is

EXPOSURE: Enter Exposure settings Move the cursor to [EXPOSURE] and press [HOME], [EXPOSURE] menu is shown below. EXPOSURE =============== Mode Auto EV OFF BLC OFF Flicker 50Hz G.Limit 4 DRC 4 Mode: Auto/ Manual/ Shutter priority/ Iris priority/ Brightness priority CAMERA =============== (Exposure) (Color) (Image) (Focus) (Noise Reduction) Style Default 18 EV: On/ Off (only available in auto mode) Compensation Level: -7~7 (only available in auto mode & when EV is ON) BLC: On/ Off (only available in auto mode) Flicker: anti-flicker: OFF/ 50Hz/ 60Hz (only available in Auto/ Iris priority/ Brightness priority modes) Gain Limit: 0~15 (only available in Auto/ Iris priority /Brightness priority mode) available in Manual or Shutter priority mode) IRIS Priority: OFF, F11.0, F9.6, F8.0, F6.8, F5.6, F4.8, F4.0, F3.4, F2.8, F2.4, F2.0, F1.8 (only Brightness: 0~23 (only available in Brightness priority mode) COLOR: Enter color settings Move the cursor to [COLOR] and press [HOME], [COLOR] menu is shown below.

WDR: Off/ 1~8 Shutter Priority: 1/25, 1/30, 1/50, 1/60, 1/90, 1/100, 1/120, 1/180, 1/250, 1/350, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/3000, 1/4000, 1/6000, 1/10000 (only available in Manual or Iris priority mode)

WB Mode: Auto/ 3000K/ 3500K/ 4000K/ 4500K/ 5000K/ 5500K/ 6000K/ 6500K/ 7000K/ Manual/ One Push RG Tuning: -10~10 (only available in Manual mode) BG Tuning: -10~10 (only available in Manual mode) Red Gain: 0~255 (only available in Manual mode) Blue Gain: 0~255 (only available in Manual mode) Saturation: 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%, 100%, 110%, 120%, 130%, 140%, 150%, 160%, 170%, 180%, 190%, 200% Hue: 0~14 AWB Sensitivity: high/ middle/ low COLOR =============== WB Mode Auto RG Tuning 0 BG Tuning 0 Saturation 100% Hue 7 AWB Sensitivity High 19 IMAGE: Enter image settings Move the cursor to [IMAGE] and press [HOME], [IMAGE] menu is shown below. IMAGE =============== Brightness 7 Contrast 7 Sharpness 6 Flip-H OFF Brightness: 0~14 Contrast: 0~14 Sharpness: 0~15 Flip-H: On/ Off Flip-V: On/ Off B&W Mode: color, black/white Gamma: default/ 0.45/ 0.50/ 0.55/ 0.63 DZoom: digital zoom options: On/ Off DCI: Dynamic Contrast: Off/ 1~8 FOCUS: Enter focus settings

Flip-V OFF B&W-Mode Color Gamma Default DZoom OFF DCI Close Move the cursor to [FOCUS] and press [HOME],

[FOCUS] menu is shown below. FOCUS ================ Focus Mode Auto AF-Zone Center AF-Sensitivity Low Focus Mode: Auto/ manual/ one-push AF-Zone: Up, middle, down, overall AF-Sensitivity: High, middle, low Noise Reduction: Enter noise reduction settings Move the cursor to [NOISE REDUCTION] and press [HOME], [NOISE REDUCTION] menu is shown below. 2D Noise Reduction: Auto/ close/ 1~7 3D Noise Reduction: Close/ 1~8 Dynamic Hot Pixel: Close/ 1~5 P/T/Z =============== Speed by Zoom ON Acc Curve Slow 4. P/T/Z Move the cursor to [P/T/Z] in the main menu and press [HOME], [P/T/Z] menu is shown below. Speed by Zoom: Only effective for remote controller. On/ Off (When zoom in, the P/T control speed by remoter will become slow) Zoom Speed: Set the zoom speed for remote Zoom speed 8 Image Freezing OFF NOISE REDUCTION Image Freezing: On/ Off ============== NR-2D 3 NR-3D 3 Dynamic Hot Pixel OFF controller. 1~8 Accelerating Curve: Fast/ Slow 5. Video Format Move the cursor to [VIDEO FORMAT] in

the main menu and press [HOME], [VIDEO FORMAT] menu is shown below. 20

Note: After modifying video format, reboot to save the changes. 6. VERSION Move the cursor to [VERSION] in the main menu and press [HOME], [VERSION] menu is shown below. VIDEO FORMAT =============== 1080P60 1080P50 1080I60 1080I50 1080P30 1080P25 720P60 720P50 720P30 720P25 1080P59.94 1080I59.94 1080P29.97 720P59.94 720P29.97 21 VERSION =============== MCU Version 2.0.0.15 2015-12-18 Camera Version 2.0.0.13 2015-12-18 AF Version 2.0.0.6 2015-12-11 Lens 5X(10X) MCU Version: Display MCU version 7. RESTORE DEFAULT in the main menu and press [HOME], [RESTORE DEFAULT] menu is shown below. RESTORE DEFAULT ================

Camera Version: Display camera version AF Version: Display the focus version Lens: Display the lens zoom Move the cursor to [RESTORE DEFAULT] Restore Default? NO Restore Default: Yes/ No Note: 1. After selecting restore default, the video format won’t be restored. 2. If the IR address of the camera is not 1 but 2/ 3/ 4, the corresponding camera address will be restored to 1 when all parameters or system parameters are restored. 22 Network Connection 1. Connecting Mode Direct connection: Connect the camera and computer directly via Ethernet cable. IP connection mode: Connect the camera to a Router or Switcher. The user can log in to access the device using browser. Note: Please do not put the power cable and Ethernet cable in places where can be easily touched to prevent video quality loss caused by unstable signal transmission. Please make sure that your computer is in the same network segment as the camera IP address. The device will not be accessible if the segment is not consistent. For example, AV-1080/1081’s default IP address is 192.168.5.163, then segment 5 must be added to your computer. Specific steps are as below: • Open “Local Area Connection Properties” on computer, select the “Internet protocol version 4(TCP/IPv4)” as shown in the picture on the left. • Double click or click the property of Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4) to enter the Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4) Properties window. • Select “Advanced” to enter the Advanced TCP/IP Setting. Add IP and subnet mask in the IP browser as shown in the picture below. Click “Confirm” to finish the adding IP segment. • User can add the corresponding network segment according to the revised IP address of the camera. 23 Note: The IP address to be added cannot be same as that of other computers or devices. The existence of this IP address needs to be verified before adding. 2. Confirm Access Click “Start” and select “Operation”. Input “cmd” as shown in the picture below to verify whether the network segment has been successfully added. Click “OK” and open the DOS command window. Input ping: 192.168.5.26, and press “Enter”. If the message below shows, it means that network segment is added successfully. 24 User can also verify network connection as steps above mentioned after the finish of camera self-check. If IP is default, open DOS command window and input 192.168.5.163, then press Enter key. It will show message as below: which means network connection is normal. 25 3. IE Log In 1) Web client Log In Input the default IP address 192.168.5.163 of the camera in the address bar of browser, and click “Enter” to enter Web Client login page as shown in the picture below. User can login as administrator and normal user. • If login as administrator (default user name/password: admin), users can do preview, playback, and configuration in the web interface; • If login in as normal user (default user name/password:user1 or user2), users can only do preview or playback, no option for configuration. • Note: Web access supported browsers: IE (recommended), 360 browser and other conventional browsers. 2) Download/Install Plug in When using IE browser to access the AV-1080/1081 for the first time, a message will show at the login page: “Playback plug-in is not installed, please download and install!”. Click on this message, download and install MRWebXinstall.exe according to instruction prompts. After installing the plug-in, enter user name and password (default user name and password: "admin", users can change the user name and password after first login). 3) Preview After logging in successfully, the video preview interface will show. In the preview interface, users can control pan, tilt, zoom, focus, video capture, sound, focus, full screen, set/ run/ delete preset positions. • Login as administrator Default user name & password: admin Operation options: PT control; zoom, focus, video capture, sound, zoom, full screen, set/ run/ delete the preset positions. Also, the user can perform preview, playback and configuration of the captured video. • Login as normal user Default user name & password: user1 or user2 Operation options: PT control; zoom, focus, video capture, sound, zoom, full screen, set/ run/ delete the preset positions. The user you can only perform preview or playback of the captures video. No configuration operation is allowed for normal user. 26 4) Playback • Playback video files Before Playback, please make sure that you have recorded, snapshot and saved the file. Click “Playback” tag to enter the page, then select “Video File” and click “Search”. Choose the video file you want to play. • Playback picture (snapshot) files Before Playback, please make sure that you have recorded, snapshot and saved the file. Click “Playback” tag to enter the page, then select “Picture File” and click “Search”. Choose the image file you want to display. 5) Configuration Click “Configuration” tag to enter the configuration page for parameter settings. Operation options are as follows: Local configuration, audio configuration, video configuration, network configuration, PTZ configuration, internet access configuration, system configuration. For detailed description, please see below. Menu Illustration Local configuration includes video preview mode, record video packing time, record video storage route settings etc. Audio configuration includes audio compressing format, sampling frequency, sampling precision, compressing code rate settings etc. Video configuration includes video encoding, video parameters, character-overlapping, character size, video output setting etc. Network configuration includes Ethernet, DNS, wireless network settings, GB28181 etc. System configuration includes equipment properties, system time, user management, version update, Reset, Reboot device etc. 1) Local configuration Video Preview Mode: user can choose real-time priority or fluency priority mode. The delay is shorter under real time priority mode; while fluency will be optimized under fluency priority mode. All parameter settings are based on specific user environment (Default: real time Generally (2), other options: real time best (1), normal fluency (3), relatively fluency (4) and very fluency (5)). 27 Recording packing time (minute): To set recording video packing time (default is 10, range from 1~120 minutes). Recording/Snapshot file type: To set the recording file type (default MP4, other option: TS). Recording/Snapshot file storage route: To set local recording video/snapshot file storage route (default D:\MyIPCam\). Click “Save” to save the settings, and reboot to make settings effective. 2) Audio Configuration Enable: Check to enable the audio. Encode Type: To set audio compressing format. The changes will be saved and will take effect after rebooting (default AAC, other options: MP3, G.711A). Sample Rate: To set the sampling frequency. The changes will be saved and will take effect after rebooting (default 44100, other options: 16000, 32000, 48000). Sample Bits: To set the sampling precision (default 16bits). Bit Rate: To set the audio compressing rate (default 64 Kbps, other options: 32, 48, 96, 128 Kbps). Channel: To set the audio channel (Default: Stereo, other option: Mono). Input Volume: To set the input audio volume (Default 2, ranges from 1~10). Click “SAVE”, and a message will show: “Success! Open audio or change other parameters need to restart.” Please reboot the camera to bring new settings into effect. 4.2.5 Video configuration 1) Video Encode Stream: To choose from Main/Sub video stream output. Compressed Format: To set the video compression format (Default: H.264, other option: H.265). Image Size: To set the video resolution (Main stream default: 1920*1080, other options: 1280*720, 640*480; Sub stream default: 320*180, other options: 640*360, 320*240, 640*480, 1280*720, 1920*1080). Rate Control: To set the rate control mode (Default CBR- constant bitrate, other option: VBR- variable bitrate). Image Quality: To set the image quality (Main stream default: Best; Sub stream default: Better). 28 Bit Rate (Kb/S): To set the video bit rate (Main stream default 4096, ranges from: 64~12288; sub stream default 512, ranges from 64-10240). Frame Rate (F/S): To set the video frame rate (Default: 25, other options: main stream ranges from 5~60; sub stream ranges from 5~30). I Frame Interval: To set the key frame interval (Default: 75, other options: main stream ranges from 1~300; sub stream ranges from 1~150). I Frame Min QP: To set the minimum QP of the key frame (Default 10, ranges from 10~51). Stream Name: To set the stream name (Main stream default: live/av0; Sub stream default: live/av1). Note: when modifying the Stream Name, please always reserve “live/”, and only modify the latter part. Click “SAVE”, and a message will show: “Save successfully!” Please reboot the camera to bring new settings into effect. 2) Stream Publish Stream: To choose from Main/Sub video stream output. Enable: Check to enable the stream publish. Protocol Type: RTMP Host Address: To set the server IP address (Default 192.168.5.11). Host Port: To set the server port number (Default 1935, ranges from 0~65535). Stream Name: To set the stream name (Default: live/av0, live/av1). User Name: To set the user name. Password: To set the password. Click “SAVE”, and a message will show: “Save successfully!” Please reboot the camera to bring new settings into effect. Note: to obtain RTSP: rtsp://device IP address: 554/live/av0 (av0 main stream; av1 sub stream). 3) RTP Multicast Stream: To choose from Main/Sub video stream output. Enable: Check to enable the RTP Multicast. Protocol Type: To choose the multicast protocol (Default: RTP, TS for option). Multicast Address: To set the multicast address (Default: 224.1.2.3). 29 Multicast Port: To set the multicast port (Main stream port default: 4000; sub stream port default 4002). Note: Access Method: rtp://224.1.2.3:4000; udp://@224.1.2.3:4000; 4) Video Parameters a. Focus: Focus Mode: To set the focus mode (Default: Auto, other options: Manual, OnePush). AF-Zone: To set the focus range (Default: Center, other options: Top, Bottom, All). AF-Sensitivity: To set the focus sensitivity (Default: low, other options: high, middle). b. Exposure: Exposure Mode: To set the exposure mode (Default: Auto, other options: manual, SAE, AAE, Bright). EV: To set the exposure compensation (Default: OFF, ranges from -7~7). BLC: To set the backlight compensation (Default: OFF). Flicker: To set the anti-flicker setting (Default: 50Hz, other options: OFF, 60Hz). G.Limit: To set the gain limit, active when under aperture or brightness priority (Default 4, ranges from 0~15). DRC: To set the dynamic range (Default 4, ranges from 0~8). c. Color: WB Mode: To set the white balance mode (Default: Auto, other options: 3000K, 3500K, 4000K, 4500K, 5000K, 5500K, 6000K, 6500K, 7000K, Manual, OnePush). Note: Click the “Adjust” button when selected the One-push mode. RG Tuning: To set the red gain, active when under Manual (Default 0, ranges from -10~10). BG Tuning: To set the blue gain, active when under Manual (Default 0, ranges from -10~10). Saturation: To set the saturation value (Default: 100%, other options: 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%, 110%, 120%, 130%, 140%, 150%, 160%, 170%, 180%, 190%, 200%). Hue: To set the hue value (Default: 7, ranges from 0~14). AWB Sensitivity: To set the sensitivity of auto white balance (Default High, other options: low, medium). 30 d. Image: Brightness: To set the brightness (Default 7, ranges from 0~14). Contrast: To set the contrast (Default 7, ranges from 0~14). Sharpness: To set the sharpness (Default 7, ranges from 0~15). Gamma: To set the Gamma value (Default, 0.45, 0.50, 0.55, 0.63). DCI: To set the DCI value (Default: OFF, other options: 1~8). B&W Mode: To set black and white mode (Default: color, other option: black/white). Flip-H: To flip the image horizontally (Default: OFF). Flip-H: To flip the image vertically (Default: OFF). DZoom: Default: OFF e. NR: Noise Reduction: NR-2D: To set the 2D noise reduction level (Default 3, other options: 1-7, OFF, Auto) NR-3D: To set the 3D noise reduction level (Default 3, other options: 1-8, OFF) Dynamic Hot Pixel: To set the dynamic hot pixel correction (Default OFF, other options: 1-5) f. Style: To set the image style. (Default, Normal, Clarity, Bright, Soft) 5) Video OSD Show Time: Check to display date and time. Show Title: Check to display the title. Time Font Color: To set the font color of time and date display (Default: white, other options: black, yellow, red, blue). Title Font Color: To set the font color of title (Default: white, other options: black, yellow, red, blue). OSD Offset: Choose “Title” or “Time” to move the characters. Click the "up, down, left, right" buttons to move the corresponding characters to the desired position. 6) OSD Font Size According to the resolution Scale size automatically: Check to automatically increase/decrease font size according to the resolution. 31 Master Stream OSD Font Size: To set the character size of main stream (Default: 48, ranges from 28-200). Slave Stream OSD Font Size: To set the character size of the sub stream (Default: 48, ranges from 28-200). 7) Video Out Output Out Format: To set the video output format. 1080P60/ 1080P50/ 1080P30/ 1080P25/ 1080I60/ 1080I50/ 720P60/ 720P50/ 720P30/ 720P25/ 1080P59.94/ 1080I59.94/ 1080P29.97/ 720P59.94/ 720P29.97. 4.2.6 Network Configure 1) Network Port Port Data: To set the data port (Default 3000, ranges from 0-65535). Port Web: To set the web port (Default 80, ranges from 0-65535). Port Onvif: To set the Onvif port (Default 2000, ranges from 0-65535). Port Soap: To set the soap port (Default 1936, ranges from 0-65535). Port RTMP: To set the RTMP port (Default 1935, ranges from 0-65535). Port RTSP: To set the RTSP port (Default 554, ranges from 0-65535). Port Visca: To set Visca port (Default 3001, ranges from 0-65535). To access RTSP: RTSP://equipment IP address: 554/live/av0 (av0 main stream; av1 sub stream) To access RTMP: RTMP://equipment IP address: 1935 / live/av0 (av0 main stream; av1 sub stream) 2) Ethernet DHCP: Check to enable obtaining IP automatically. IP Address: To set the IP address (Default 192.168.5.163). Note: This IP address is the same with the one used to login Web page. Subnet Mask: To set the subnet mask (Default 255.255.255.0). Default Gateway: To set the default gateway (Default 0.0.0.0). MAC Address: To set the physical address (this parameter is read-only, modifying is not recommended). 32 3) DNS parameters Preferred DNS server: To set the preferred DNS server (Default 0.0.0.0). Alternate DNS server: To set the alternate DNS server. (Default 0.0.0.0). 4) GB28181 Enable: Check to enable GB28181. ClockSync: Check to set time synchronization. Video Type: To choose the stream (Default: main stream). Registration Valid Time(s): To set the sign-in effective time (in seconds): Default: 3600, ranges from 5-65535. Heartbeat time (s): Default 60, ranges from 1-65535. Register ID: 34020000001320000001 Register Name: IPC Register Password: 12345678 Equipment ownership: Users can add their own Administrative regions: Users can add their own Alarm Zone: Users can add their own Equipment installation address: Users can add their own Local SIP Port: 5060, ranges from 0-65535. Server IP: G28181 IP address of the computer Server SIP Port: Default 5060, ranges from 0-65535. Server ID: 34020000002000000001 4.2.7 System configuration 1) SystAttr: Device Properties Device Name: To set the device name (Default Camera1, user can add their own). Device ID: To set the device ID (Default 1, Read-Only). Language: To set the system language (Default English, other option: Simplified Chinese). 2) SysTime: System Time 33 Date Format: To set the date format (Default YYYY-MM-DD, other options: MM-DD-YYYY, DD-MM-YYYY). Date separator: To set the date separator (default '/', other options: '.', '-'). Zone: To set the time zone (Default East eight districts, other time zones available). Hour Type: To set the time types (Default 24 hours, other option: 12 hours). Update Interval: To set the automatic update time interval of NTP server. Valid after NTP server synchronization is on (Default: one day, ranges from 2-10). Host Url: To set NTP server address or domain name (Default time.nits.gov). Valid after NTP server synchronization is on. Host Port: To set the NTP server port (Default 123). Valid after NTP server synchronization is on Time Settings: To choose time settings (Default Synchronize with computer time, other options: Synchronize with NTP Server, Set manually). 3) SysUser: User Management Authority: To select users (Default: admin, other options: user 1, user 2). User Name: To set the user name (Default: admin for Admin User; user1 for common user1; user2 for common user 2; users can add their own). Password: To set the password (Default: admin for Admin User; user1 for common user1; user2 for common user 2; users can add their own). Password confirmation: To confirm the input password. Note: Please note that User Name and Password are case-sensitive. If login as common user with user1/user2, then one does not have configuration privileges and can only operate on preview, playback and logoff. 4) Update: Release Upgrade MCU version V2.3.2 2017-5-25 Camera version V2.4.0 2017-4-20 AF(Focus) version V2.4.8 2017-4-21 Note: Version information above is read-only by users. Update File: 34 Click "Browse", and choose the upgrade file in the pop-up window. Click "Upgrade" button, and an upgrade dialog will show. The device will reboot automatically after update successfully. (Note: make sure to keep the power and network connected during the process. or the upgrade will fail.) Note: After the version upgrade is complete, users need to restore factory defaults, and there are 2 ways: a) through web login, and restore the factory default; b) through the recovery menu; c) using remote control key combination: * # 6. After restoring factory defaults, IP address, user name and password will be restored to the default. 5) Default: Restore factory settings Click "Restore Factory Defaults" button and choose “yes”. The device will restart automatically and restore factory settings. 6) Reboot Click "Reboot" button and choose “yes”. The device will restart automatically and restore factory settings. 4.2.8 Logout Click "Logout" tag, and a "Confirm" dialog window will pop-up; select "Yes" to exit the current page and return to the user login interface again. 35 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Camera Maintenance ● If camera will be idle for a long time, please turn off the power switch and disconnect AC power cord from the outlet. ● Use soft cloth or tissue to clean the camera (lens cleaning not recommended). ● Use soft dry cloth to clean the lens. If the camera is very dirty, clean it with diluted neuter detergent. Do not use any type of solvents, which may damage the surface. Unqualified Application ● Avoid exposure to light of extremely high intensity or for extended periods of time, such as sunlight or other special light sources, etc. ● Do not operate under unstable lighting conditions, otherwise image will flicker. ● Do not operate close to powerful electromagnetic radiation, such as TV or radio transmitters, etc. Troubleshooting Image ● No image 1. Check if the power cord is connected, or voltage is right, or POWER light is on. 2. Check if the camera can self-test upon start-up. 3. Check if video cable is connected correctly. ● Abnormal display of image Check if video cable is connected correctly. ● Image dithering even at widest zoom position 1. Check if camera is set correctly. 2. Make sure there is no vibration machine or other disturbing devices nearby. ● No video/ image in IE browser When IPC is accessed by Internet Explorer (or another web browser) for the first time, a plug-in must be installed. Installation: visit IP Camera address, click “Download”. A dialog box will pop up. Select “Run” or “Save” to download. If no dialog box pops up, please go to VLC (player software) website videolan.org/vlc,download and install VLC. After the download is completed, install as instructed. After successful installation, login again, and the video/ image will show. 36 ● Unable to access IP Camera by IE browser. 1. Access network with PC, check if network works. In this way, the user can get rid of any cable failure or network failure. 2. Disconnect IP Camera from network. Connect IP Camera to PC, and re-set the IP address following the proper operations. 3. Check the server's IP address, subnet mask and gateway address. 4. Check if MAC addresses conflict. 5. Check if web port is occupied by other devices. ● When modifying the IP address incorrectly (causing the wrong IP address), or if the web password is forgotten, press "[*]+[#]+[Manual]" on the IR remote control to restore the default settings (Default IP: 192.168.100.88; Default username: admin; Default password: admin). Sound ● No sound 1. Check the audio connection to the host PC. 2. Check IP Camera audio parameter settings, and check if intercepting function is on. Control ● IR remote control cannot control the camera 1. Change the battery 2. Check if the camera is in working mode. 3. Check if IR address of the remote control is the same as that of the camera. ● Serial communication cannot control the camera 1. Check if the camera is in working mode. 2. Check if the control cable is connected correctly. 37 Appendix 1) VISCA protocol list • Camera return command Ack/Completion Message Command packet Note ACK z0 41 FF Returned when the command is accepted. Completion z0 51 FF Returned when the command has been executed. * z = camera address + 8 Error Messages Command packet Note Syntax Error z0 60 02 FF Returned when the command format is different or when a command with illegal command parameters is accepted Command Not Executable z0 61 41 FF Returned when a command cannot be executed due to current conditions. For example, when commands controlling the focus manually are received during auto focus. • Camera control command Command Function Command packet Note AddressSet Broadcast 88 30 0p FF p:Address setting IF_Clear Broadcast 88 01 00 01 FF I/F Clear CommandCancel 8x 21 FF CAM_Power On Off 8x 01 04 00 02 FF 8x 01 04 00 03 FF Power ON/OFF CAM_Zoom Stop 8x 01 04 07 00 FF Tele(Standard) 8x 01 04 07 02 FF Wide(Standard) 8x 01 04 07 03 FF Tele(Variable) 8x 01 04 07 2p FF Wide(Variable) 8x 01 04 07 3p FF p = 0(low) - F(high) Direct 8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Zoom Position CAM _Focus Stop 8x 01 04 08 00 FF Far(Standard) 8x 01 04 08 02 FF Near(Standard) 8x 01 04 08 03 FF Far(Variable) 8x 01 04 08 2p FF p = 0(low) - F(high) 38 Command Function Command packet Note Near (Variable) 8x 01 04 08 3p FF Direct 8x 01 04 48 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Focus Position Auto Focus 8x 01 04 38 02 FF Manual Focus 8x 01 04 38 03 FF CAM _Zoom Focus Direct 8x 01 04 47 0p 0q 0r 0s 0t 0u 0v 0w FF pqrs: Zoom Position tuvw: Focus Position CAM_WB Auto 8x 01 04 35 00 FF 3000K 8x 01 04 35 01 FF 4000k 8x 01 04 35 02 FF One Push mode 8x 01 04 35 03 FF 5000k 8x 01 04 35 04 FF Manual 8x 01 04 35 05 FF 6500k 8x 01 04 35 06 FF CAM _RGain Reset 8x 01 04 03 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 03 02 FF Manual Control of R Gain Down 8x 01 04 03 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 43 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: R Gain CAM_ Bgain Reset 8x 01 04 04 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 04 02 FF Manual Control of B Gain Down 8x 01 04 04 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 44 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: B Gain CAM_AE Full Auto 8x 01 04 39 00 FF Automatic Exposure mode Manual 8x 01 04 39 03 FF Manual Control mode Shutter priority 8x 01 04 39 0A FF Shutter Priority Automatic Exposure mode Iris priority 8x 01 04 39 0B FF Iris Priority Automatic Exposure mode Bright 8x 01 04 39 0D FF Bright mode CAM_Shutter Reset 8x 01 04 0A 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 0A 02 FF Shutter Setting Down 8x 01 04 0A 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4A 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Shutter Position CAM_Iris Reset 8x 01 04 0B 00 FF Iris Setting 39 Command Function Command packet Note Up 8x 01 04 0B 02 FF Down 8x 01 04 0B 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4B 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Iris Position CAM_Gain Limit Gain Limit 8x 01 04 2C 0p FF p: Gain Positon CAM_Bright Reset 8x 01 04 0D 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 0D 02 FF Bright Setting Down 8x 01 04 0D 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4D 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Bright Positon CAM_ExpComp On 8x 01 04 3E 02 FF Exposure Compensation Off 8x 01 04 3E 03 FF ON/OFF Reset 8x 01 04 0E 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 0E 02 FF Exposure Compensation Amount Setting Down 8x 01 04 0E 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4E 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ExpComp Position CAM_Back Light On Off 8x 01 04 33 02 FF 8x 01 04 33 03 FF Back Light Compensation CAM_WDRStrength Reset 8x 01 04 21 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 21 02 FF WDR Level Setting Down 8x 01 04 21 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 51 00 00 00 0p FF p: WDR Level Positon CAM_NR(2D) 8x 01 04 53 0p FF P=0-7 0:OFF CAM_NR(3D) 8x 01 04 54 0p FF P=0-8 0:OFF CAM_Gamma 8x 01 04 5B 0p FF p = 0 – 4 0:Default 1:0.47 2:0.50 3: 0.52 4:0.55 CAM_Flicker OFF 8x 01 04 23 00 FF OFF 50HZ 8x 01 04 23 01 FF 50HZ 60HZ 8x 01 04 23 02 FF 60HZ CAM_Aperture Reset 8x 01 04 02 00 FF Up 8x 01 04 02 02 FF Aperture Control Down 8x 01 04 02 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 42 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Aperture Gain 40 Command Function Command packet Note CAM_Memory Reset 8x 01 04 3F 00 pq FF pq: Memory Number(=0 to Set 8x 01 04 3F 01 pq FF 254) Corresponds to 0 to 9 on the Recall 8x 01 04 3F 02 pq FF Remote Commander CAM_LR_Reverse On Off 8x 01 04 61 02 FF Image Flip Horizontal 8x 01 04 61 03 FF ON/OFF CAM_PictureFlip On Off 8x 01 04 66 02 FF Image Flip Vertical 8x 01 04 66 03 FF ON/OFF CAM_ColorSaturation Direct 8x 01 04 49 00 00 00 0p FF P=0-7 0:60% 1:70% 2:80% 3:90% 4:100% 5:110% 6:120% 7:130% CAM_IDWrite 8x 01 04 22 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Camera ID (=0000 to FFFF) SYS_Menu ON OFF 8x 01 04 06 06 02 FF Turn on the menu screen 8x 01 04 06 06 03 FF Turn off the menu screen IR_Receive ON OFF 8x 01 06 08 02 FF IR(remote 8x 01 06 08 03 FF commander)receive On/Off IR_ReceiveReturn On 8x 01 7D 01 03 00 00 FF IR(remote commander)receive Off 8x 01 7D 01 13 00 00 FF message via the VISCA communication ON/OFF CAM_SettingReset Reset 8x 01 04 A0 10 FF Reset Factory Setting CAM_Brightness Direct 8x 01 04 A1 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Brightness Position CAM_Contrast Direct 8x 01 04 A2 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Contrast Position CAM_Flip OFF 8x 01 04 A4 00 FF Flip-H 8x 01 04 A4 01 FF Single Command For Video Flip-V 8x 01 04 A4 02 FF Flip Flip-HV 8x 01 04 A4 03 FF CAM_VideoSystem Set camera video system 8x 01 06 35 00 0p FF P: 0~E Video format 0:1080P60 8:720P30 1:1080P50 9:720P25 2:1080i60 A:1080P59.94 41 Command Function Command packet Note 3:1080i50 B:1080i59.94 4:720P60 C:720P59.94 5:720P50 D:1080P29.97 6:1080P30 E:720P29.97 7:1080P25 Pan_tiltDrive Up 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 03 01 FF Down 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 03 02 FF Left 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 03 FF Right 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 03 FF Upleft 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 01 FF Upright 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 VV: Pan speed 0x01 (low 01 FF speed) to 0x18 (high speed) DownLeft 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 WW: Tilt speed 0x01 (low 02 FF speed) to 0x14 (high speed) DownRight 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 YYYY: Pan Position 02 FF ZZZZ: Tilt Position Stop 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 03 03 FF AbsolutePosition 8x 01 06 02 VV WW 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Z 0Z 0Z 0Z FF RelativePosition 8x 01 06 03 VV WW 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Z 0Z 0Z 0Z FF Home 8x 01 06 04 FF Reset 8x 01 06 05 FF Pan-tiltLimitSet Set 8x 01 06 07 00 0W 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Y 0Z 0Z 0Z 0Z FF W:1 UpRight 0:DownLeft YYYY: Pan Limit Clear 8x 01 06 07 01 0W 07 0F 0F 0F 07 0F 0F 0F FF Position(TBD) ZZZZ: Tilt Limit Position(TBD) • Inquiry command Command Function Command packet Note CAM_PowerInq 8x 09 04 00 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off(Standby) CAM_ZoomPosInq 8x 09 04 47 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Zoom Position CAM_FocusAFModeInq 8x 09 04 38 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF Auto Focus Manual Focus 42 CAM_FocusPosInq 8x 09 04 48 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Focus Position CAM_WBModeInq 8x 09 04 35 FF y0 50 00 FF Auto y0 50 01 FF 3000K y0 50 02 FF 4000K y0 50 03 FF One Push Mode y0 50 04 FF 5000K y0 50 05 FF Manual y0 50 00 FF 6500K CAM_RGainInq 8x 09 04 43 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: R Gain CAM_BGainInq 8x 09 04 44 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: B Gain CAM_AEModeInq 8x 09 04 39 FF y0 50 00 FF Full Auto y0 50 03 FF Manual y0 50 0A FF Shutter priority y0 50 0B FF Iris priority y0 50 0D FF Bright CAM_ShutterPosInq 8x 09 04 4A FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Shutter Position CAM_IrisPosInq 8x 09 04 4B FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Iris Position CAM_Gain LimitInq 8x 09 04 2C FF y0 50 0p FF p: Gain Positon CAM_ BrightPosiInq 8x 09 04 4D FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Bright Position CAM_ExpCompModeInq 8x 09 04 3E FF y0 50 02 FF On y0 50 03 FF Off CAM_ExpCompPosInq 8x 09 04 4E FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: ExpComp Position CAM_BacklightModeInq 8x 09 04 33 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off CAM_WDRStrengthInq 8x 09 04 51 FF y0 50 00 00 00 0p FF p: WDR Strength CAM_NRLevel(2D) Inq 8x 09 04 53 FF y0 50 0p FF P: 2DNRLevel CAM_NRLevel(3D) Inq 8x 09 04 54 FF y0 50 0p FF P:3D NRLevel CAM_FlickerModeInq 8x 09 04 55 FF y0 50 0p FF p: Flicker Settings(0: OFF,1: 50Hz,2:60Hz) CAM_ApertureInq 8x 09 04 42 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Aperture Gain CAM_PictureEffectModeInq 8x 09 04 63 FF y0 50 00 FF y0 50 04 FF Off B&W CAM_MemoryInq 8x 09 04 3F FF y0 50 0p FF p: Memory number last operated. SYS_MenuModeInq 8x 09 06 06 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off CAM_LR_ReverseInq 8x 09 04 61 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off CAM_PictureFlipInq 8x 09 04 66 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off CAM_ColorSaturationInq 8x 09 04 49 FF y0 50 00 00 00 0p FF p: Color Gain setting 0h (60%) to Eh (130%) CAM_IDInq 8x 09 04 22 FF y0 50 0p FF p: Gamma ID IR_ReceiveInq 8x 09 06 08 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF On Off IR_ReceiveReturn y0 07 7D 01 04 00 FF Power ON/OFF y0 07 7D 01 04 07 FF Zoom tele/wide y0 07 7D 01 04 38 FF AF ON/OFF y0 07 7D 01 04 33 FF Camera _Backlight 43 44 y0 07 7D 01 04 3F FF Camera _Memery y0 07 7D 01 06 01 FF Pan_titleDriver CAM_BrightnessInq 8x 09 04 A1 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Brightness Position CAM_ContrastInq 8x 09 04 A2 FF y0 50 00 00 0p 0q FF pq: Contrast Position CAM_FlipInq 8x 09 04 A4 FF y0 50 00 FF Off y0 50 01 FF Flip-H y0 50 02 FF Flip-V y0 50 03 FF Flip-HV CAM_GammaInq 8x 09 04 5B FF y0 50 0p FF p: Gamma setting CAM_VersionInq 8x 09 00 02 FF y0 50 ab cd mn pq rs tu vw FF ab cd : vender ID ( 0220 ) mn pq : model ID ST ( 0950 ) U3 (3950) rs tu : ARM Version vw : reserve VideoSystemInq 8x 09 06 23 FF y0 50 0p FF P: 0~E Video format 0:1080P60 8:720P30 1:1080P50 9:720P25 2:1080i60 A:1080P59.94 3:1080i50 B:1080i59.94 4:720P60 C:720P59.94 5:720P50 D:1080P29.97 6:1080P30 E:720P29.97 7:1080P25 Pan-tiltMaxSpeedInq 8x 09 06 11 FF y0 50 ww zz FF ww: Pan Max Speed zz: Tilt Max Speed Pan-tiltPosInq 8x 09 06 12 FF y0 50 0w 0w 0w 0w 0z 0z 0z 0z FF wwww: Pan Position zzzz: Tilt Position Note: 【x】in the above table indicates the camera address to be operated,【y】=【x + 8】. 1) Pelco-D protocol command list Function Byte1 Byte2 Byte3 Byte4 Byte5 Byte6 Byte7 Up 0xFF Address 0x00 0x08 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Down 0xFF Address 0x00 0x10 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Left 0xFF Address 0x00 0x04 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Right 0xFF Address 0x00 0x02 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Upleft 0xFF Address 0x00 0x0C Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Upright 0xFF Address 0x00 0x0A Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM DownLeft 0xFF Address 0x00 0x14 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM DownRight 0xFF Address 0x00 0x12 Pan Speed Tilt Speed SUM Zoom In 0xFF Address 0x00 0x20 0x00 0x00 SUM Zoom Out 0xFF Address 0x00 0x40 0x00 0x00 SUM Focus Far 0xFF Address 0x00 0x80 0x00 0x00 SUM Focus Near 0xFF Address 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 SUM Set Preset 0xFF Address 0x00 0x03 0x00 Preset ID SUM Clear Preset 0xFF Address 0x00 0x05 0x00 Preset ID SUM Call Preset 0xFF Address 0x00 0x07 0x00 Preset ID SUM Query Pan Position 0xFF Address 0x00 0x51 0x00 0x00 SUM Query Pan Position Response 0xFF Address 0x00 0x59 Value High Byte Value Low Byte SUM Query Tilt Position 0xFF Address 0x00 0x53 0x00 0x00 SUM Query Tilt Position Response 0xFF Address 0x00 0x5B Value High Byte Value Low Byte SUM Query Zoom Position 0xFF Address 0x00 0x55 0x00 0x00 SUM Query Zoom Position Response 0xFF Address 0x00 0x5D Value High Byte Value Low Byte SUM 45 2) Pelco-P protocol command list Function Byte1 Byte2 Byte3 Byte4 Byte5 Byte6 Byte7 Byte8 Up 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x08 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Down 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x10 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Left 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x04 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Right 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x02 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Upleft 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x0C Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Upright 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x0A Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR DownLeft 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x14 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR DownRight 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x12 Pan Speed Tilt Speed 0xAF XOR Zoom In 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x20 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Zoom Out 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x40 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Focus Far 0xA0 Address 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Focus Near 0xA0 Address 0x02 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Set Preset 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x03 0x00 Preset ID 0xAF XOR Clear Preset 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x05 0x00 Preset ID 0xAF XOR Call Preset 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x07 0x00 Preset ID 0xAF XOR Query Pan Position 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x51 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Query Pan Position Response 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x59 Value High Byte Value Low Byte 0xAF XOR Query Tilt Position 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x53 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Query Tilt Position Response 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x5B Value Byte High Value Low Byte 0xAF XOR Query Position Zoom 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x55 0x00 0x00 0xAF XOR Query Zoom 0xA0 Address 0x00 0x5D Value High Value 0xAF XOR 46

Position Response 47 Byte Low Byte

Warranty Thank you for your interest in the products of AVIPAS Inc. This Limited Warranty applies to HD Conference Camera purchased from AVIPAS Inc. This Limited Warranty covers any defect in material and workmanship under normal use within the Warranty Period. AVIPAS Inc. will repair or replace the qualified products at no charge. AVIPAS Inc. provides a two (2)-year warranty (from the date of purchase) for this HD Conference Camera. This Limited Warranty does not cover problems including but not limited to: improper handling, malfunction or damage not resulting from defects in material. To receive warranty service, please contact AVIPAS Inc. first. We will decide whether a repair or replacement is needed and will advise you of the cost of such repair or replacement. Copyright Notice All contents of this manual, whose copyright belongs to our Corporation cannot be cloned, copied or translated without the permission of the company. Product specifications and information which were referred to in this document are for reference only. We may alter the content at any time and without prior notice. Contact Details: AViPAS Inc. Address: 3350 Scott Blvd. 61-02 Santa Clara, CA 95054 Phone: 1-844-228-4727 Fax: (408) 228-8438 Email: info@avipas.com Website: avipas.com 48 VER: 2017-11-21 (EN) Manufacturer: Distributed by: AViPAS Inc. SWIT Electronics USA, LLC avipas.com swit.us 4300 Stevens Creek Blvd. Suite 230 3350 Scott Blvd. 61-02 San Jose, CA 95129 Santa Clara, CA 95054 (408) 983-0866 1-844-228-4727 (408) 228-8438 49


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