How to install and use the cameras?
Using a standard Ethernet network cable, connect the camera to your network (depending on your own setup, this may be to your router or switch). see figure below
Connect the included power adapter to the power port on the camera and the other end into an electrical socket. see figure below
Check that the power indicator is lit on the front of the camera.
Please handle the power adapter carefully to avoid the risk of accidental electric shock
Rear view of camera
The camera Setup utility can easily and quickly detect cameras connected to your local network and list them on the Camera Setup window, also you can use the camera Setup utility to assign an IP address to each camera.
1. Insert the Installation CD into your CD-ROM drive and the installation screen should appear automatically (See image below). If it does not, click “Start” then “Run”. In the text field enter “D:\autorun.exe” (if “D:” is the letter of your CD-ROM Drive)
2. Click on “Install Software” and the following screen will be displayed.
3. If you want to change the default folder click “Change” to replace otherwise click “Next”
4. Click Install to install Camera Setup.
5. Click Finish to end the installation. You should now find a icon on the desktop.
6. Double-click the Camera Setup icon on the Desktop to launch the program. The Camera Setup utility should automatically find your camera if is correctly connected (See image below).
[Refresh] Click Refresh to search for cameras on the local network.
[Setup] Select the required camera and click Setup to configure the network settings for the camera.
[Open] Select the required camera and click Open to access the camera via a web browser.
[Exit] Click Exit to exit the Camera Setup window.
Select and double click one of the cameras from the Device list, to open the camera view via the web browser.
The Safari browser of the iphone supports to receive the Motion-JPEG stream.
Our cameras support Motion JPEG, so that the iphone can view them. The following is the steps when you want to use iphone to view our cameras.
1.Set the video codec of the camera to MJPG instead of MPEG4.
2.Run the Safari browser of iPhone.
3.Enter the IP address of the camera into the URL field of the Safari.
No, because the browser in PDA and 3G phone can't download the ActiveX Control, so you can't use them to view the video of Anbash camera.
Unfortunately, the version of Realplayer in PDA does not support to view our camera, so you can't do that.
Here is the 3GPP phone list:
Nokia: 3230, 6111, 6170, 6230, 6255, 6260, 6270, 6280, 6600, 6630, 6680, 7270, 7280, 7370, 7380, 7610, 8800, N70, N73, N80, N81, N90, N958G
Motorola: A780, E770
Sony Ericsson: K300i, K508i, K600i, K700i, K750i, K800i, P900i, S700i, W800i, W810i, W900i, Z520i, Z800i, Z1010
The camera provides the ability to view the cameras monitored through your mobile phone as a live video stream, it supports the telecommunications standard of 3GPP streaming format. All 3G enabled mobile devices and most 2G phones that support the streaming standard of 3GPP are compatible. Otherwise, you also can view the pictures even if your phone is not 3GPP compatible.For example, if camera’s external IP address is 184.108.40.206 and external port is 8151, then type http://220.127.116.11:8151/mobile in your Internet browser address bar of mobile phone, the login screen will appear:
To click the “Picture live” button if your mobile phone is not 3GPP standard, then you can view the pictures which will refresh every 3 seconds.To click the “3GPP stream live” if your mobile phone support 3GPP standard, and the following screen will appear:
Note: You have to click “Setting” button, make sure that the Mobile stream is enabled and the RTSP authentication is disabled before you view the 3GPP stream live.