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D-link DCS-6620G Quick Install Guide
D-link DCS-6620 Install Guide
D-link DCS-6620G Quick Guide
D-link DCS-6620G Installation Guide
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|scott||5:40am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|BackgroundWe were looking to purchase IP based cameras for building security on a 4 story building.|
|paulespe||11:40pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|Poor Quality, Bad Support I installed this product and got it configured. Everything was working properly, both on the LAN and over the Internet.|
|0lesya_43||3:45pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|The product only has to be flashed with the original firmware once every week so far. Do these people are trying to foist garbage onto the unwitting and unsuspecting public. Buy anything else.|
|CalypsoArt||8:01am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Dlink DCS-6620 The DCS-6620 (made by VivoTek who sells it as the PZ6112) is a great camera with amazing low-light capability. Underp;owered and imprecise This camera is a great novelty item. The picture is good, the optical zoom is nicer than just digital zoom. Dlink product Lifetime issue You may want to think hard before you buy this or any other expensive Dlink product.|
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10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera
D-Link, a leading provider of wired and wireless IP Cameras, introduces a new member of the SECURICAM Network family of Internet Cameras: the DCS-6620 10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera. Featuring dual codec support, a 10x optical zoom lens, built-in microphone, and low-light sensitivity, the DCS-6620 is the ultimate remote monitoring solution for your security needs. The DCS-6620 features motorized pan, tilt, and optical/digital zoom, giving you greater remote viewing options. With a 10x optical zoom auto focus/auto iris lens, get greater clarity from your recordings than digital zoom alone. The 10x optical zoom lens delivers the level of detail necessary to identify people, license plate numbers, and other important details that are difcult to clearly view with digital zoom. With support for both Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 recording, the DCS-6620 is well suited for various recording scenarios. Motion JPEG delivers greater le integrity, making it ideal for critical monitoring situations. MPEG-4 video has smaller le sizes, making it more useful for extended recording periods or for use in low bandwidth networks. The DCS-6620 also utilizes D-Links 2-Way Audio feature with its built-in microphone. Attach a speaker to the DCS-6620 and remotely communicate with subjects near the camera. An ideal location to use the 2-Way Audio feature includes point-of-entry areas, where you might want to identify a person before granting access. With the ability to record video in low light settings, the DCS-6620 can provide exceptional nighttime surveillance. Extreme low light sensitivity of.05 Lux enables recording in near total darkness. You can remotely monitor your camera using a web-based interface, or through D-Links IP surveillance software. The web-based interface lets up to 10 simultaneous users to view the live feed from the camera. Using the feature-rich IP surveillance program, monitor and manage up to 16 cameras, set recording schedules, congure motion detection settings, and change settings on a single or multiple cameras. Enjoy greater peace of mind with high quality security solutions from the SECURICAM Network series of Internet Cameras. The DCS-6620 offers maximum versatility for all monitoring situations, making it the smart investment for your security needs.
1x - 10x Optical Zoom 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x Digital Zoom Pan Tilt: 90 45
User-Selectable Compression Codec
2-Way Audio Support
Built-in Microphone 2.5mm A/V Out
Extreme Low Light Sensitivity
.05 Lux / F1.8 (Low Lux) 1.5 Lux / F1.8 (Typical)
Smooth Video Recording
Up to 30fps at 352x240 Up to 10fps at 704x480
Product Data Sheet
D-Link Australia Pty. Ltd. 1 Giffnock Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 Phone: +61-(0)2-8899-1800 www.dlink.com.au www.dlink.co.nz Copyright D-Link Australia Pty. Ltd. 2004. All rights reserved. D-Link is a registered trademark of D-Link Corporation. Other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective manufacturers or owners. Specifications are subject to changes without notice.
DCS-6620G Users Manual
Table of Contents
Contents of Package....3 Minimum System Requirements...3 Introduction....4 Features and Benets...4 Connections....6 Hardware Installation....9 Installation Wizard....10 Installation Wizard Screen....15 Enabling UPnPTM for Windows XP...18 Installing IP surveillance Software...22 Testing the DCS-6620G....26 Security....27 Using and Conguring the DCS-6620G with a Router.28 Using the DCS-6620G with an Internet Browser...34 Record Snapshots to your FTP server with Motion Detection..65 Using IP surveillance Software...69 Installing IP surveillance Software...69 Launcher....74 Monitor Program...77 Scheduling....102 Playback Program...110 Schedule Video Recording with Motion Detection..125 Appendix....128 Frequently Asked Questions..128 How to PING Your IP Address..131 Reset and Restore...132 External I/O Port...133 Technical Specications..137 Contacting Technical Support...139 Time Zone Table...140 Warranty....142 Registration....145
D-Link Systems, Inc.
D-Link SECURICAM DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera Remote Control 12V AC Power Adapter A/V Cables 2 Antennas Category 5 Ethernet Cable Camera Stand Quick Installation Guide Installation software and manual on CD If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with the DCS-6620G will cause damage and void the warranty for this product.
Minimum System Requirements
Internet Explorer 6.0 or above CPU: Pentium 4, 2.0GHz plus processor Memory Size: 128MB or above 32MB AGP Video Card
The D-Link SECURICAM Network DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ (Pan, Tilt, and Zoom) Internet Camera is a full featured surveillance system that connects to an Ethernet, Fast Ethernet wireless or broadband Internet connection to provide remote highquality 2-Way Full Duplex audio, and 10x optical and 10x digital zoom 1 for greater clarity and detail from your recordings. The DCS-6620G is the latest product added to the D-Link SECURICAM Network line. The DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera differs from a conventional PC Camera because it is a stand-alone system with a built-in CPU and Web server, capable of solving demanding security and home/ofce monitoring needs. The 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can be accessed remotely, and controlled, from any PC or notebook computer over the Internet from anywhere in the world. Simple installation procedures, along with the built-in Web-based interface offers easy integration to your network environments.
Features and Benets
The SECURICAM Network DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is a stand-alone system requiring no special hardware or software such as PC frame grabber cards. For remote viewing, all that is required is a computer with Internet Explorer Web browser (version 6.x or above). Just plug in the camera and monitor the site from your 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera with a valid IP Address.
Motorized Pan and Tilt Operation
The DCS-6620G has a pan and tilt function that can expand your viewing area to cover a wide 270o angle side-to-side and a 90o angle up and down. This can be controlled with a PC from any location or locally using the included infrared remote control.
Connection to External Devices
Supporting auxiliary Input/Output connectors, you can connect the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera to a variety of external devices such as IR-sensors, switches and alarm relays. Combined with programmable alarming equipments, you can develop a variety of security applications that are triggered on alarm-based events. The 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera provides an industry standard in/out external connector for connectivity.
The SECURICAM Network DCS-6620G allows you to monitor video as well as audio through the web browser. You have the option of using the DCS-6620Gs integrated microphone or your own external microphone using the connection located at the rear of the unit.
Note: Use of audio or video equipment for recording the image or voice of a person without their knowledge and consent is prohibited in certain states or jurisdictions. Nothing herein represents a warranty or representation that the D-Link product provided herein is suitable for the end-users intended use under the applicable laws of his or her state. D-Link disclaims any liability whatsoever for any end-user use of the D-Link product, which fails to comply with applicable state, local, or federal laws.
Microphone Connector Ethernet 10/100 RJ45 socket
External I/O Port
A/V Out Connector Power Cord socket
Two antennas are included with the DCS-6620G, which are screwed onto the antenna connectors on the back panel. These antennas will provide a connection with a wireless network.
Ethernet 10/100 RJ-45 socket
The DCS-6620G back panel features an RJ-45 connector for connections to 10Base-T Ethernet cabling or 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet cabling. This network port supports the NWay protocol, allowing the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera to automatically detect or negotiate the transmission speed of the network. The Ethernet cable included with the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is a Category 5 straight through cable. This is the recommended cable type when the camera is connected to a 100Mbps Fast Ethernet network router, hub or switch.
Power Cord socket
The DC power input connector is located on the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Cameras back panel and is labeled 12V with a single socket to supply power to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera.
The DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera has an internal microphone. However, you have the option of using an external microphone by plugging it into the microphone connector.
Plug the included A/V cable into the A/V out connector to use the DCS-6620G with a television or VCR.
The DCS-6620G provides a terminal block with two pairs of connectors situated on the back panel. One pair is for input and the other is for output. The External I/O Port provides the physical interface to send, and receive, digital signals to a variety of external alarm devices. Please refer to the appendix in this manual for detailed information (page 133).
Socket for stand
Attachment socket for the Camera Stand
Located on the bottom panel of the DCS-6620G, the socket is used to connect the camera stand to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera by attaching the screw head on the camera stand to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera.
Infrared Remote Control
Included with the DCS-6620G is an infrared remote control. You have the option of controlling the camera via the Pan/Tilt/Zoom Controls using the IP surveillance software, Internet Explorer, or via the infrared remote. To use the remote, make sure that IR Control is enabled on the Camera Control page in the Conguration Menu under Advanced. Please refer to the section titled Using the DCS-6620G with an Internet Browser in this manual for more information.
Arrows Home Zoom In Auto-Pan Auto-Patrol Stop Zoom Out Center
Arrows: Home: Zoom In: Zoom Out: Auto-Patrol: Auto-Pan: Center: Stop:
Use the Up, Down, Left and Right arrows to tilt/navigate the camera lens. Returns the camera lens to the set home position. Zooms in to display a specic area. Zooms out to display a larger area. Enables the Auto-Patrol function. Pans the camera one full cycle. Centers the camera lens. Stops the movement of the camera during pan.
Reset to Default
Click the Reset to Default tab to reset the cameras settings to factory defaults.
Click About to display the current version and date of the Installation Wizard.
Click the Exit tab to exit the Installation Wizard screen.
Enabling UPnPTM for Windows XP
Enabling UPnP for Windows XP
UPnPTM is short for Universal Plug and Play, which is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among networking equipment, software, and peripherals. The DCS-6620G is a UPnP enabled 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. If your operating system is UPnP enabled, the device will be easier to congure. If you do not want to use the UPnP functionality, it can be disabled by unselecting Enabled on the DDNS/UPnP settings page under Advanced in the conguration menu. Use the following steps to enable UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) settings only if you are running Windows XP. If you are running Windows 2000, UPnP is not available.
Go to Start > Settings.
Click Control Panel
Click Add or Remove Programs
Click Add/Remove Windows Components
The following screen will appear:
Select Networking Services
Select Universal Plug and Play
Please wait while Setup configures the components.
To view your DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera in an Internet browser, go to your Desktop and click My Network Places.
Click My Network Places
The last three digits (146), represent the fourth octet of your 802.11g PTZ Internet Cameras IP address (in this example, 22.214.171.124).
After you click on the DCS-6620G-146 icon, your Internet browser will automatically be opened to the IP Address of the DCS-6620G, in this example it is: http://192.168.0.120. Your DCS-6620G may have a different IP Address.
Installing IP surveillance Software
Installing IP Surveillance Software
The IP surveillance Software on the CD included with the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera converts the DCS-6620G into a powerful, yet exible, surveillance system for home or business, with the following features: Real-time Monitoring Video and Audio Recording to hard disk High quality video High compression ratio Maximum of 16 cameras with different monitor layouts Smart playback Triggered event browsing Fast database searching Congurable automated alarms Account password protection Scheduled recording for each camera AVI le export Motion detection for each camera
To install the IP surveillance software, click on Install IP surveillance Software on the CD included with the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. The Welcome screen appears:
Please read the Software Licensing Agreement and click yes if you wish to accept the agreement. Click No to exit the installation.
Enter your name and company information and then click Next.
Select the destination directory.
Select the program folder the software will be installed into.
The installation is complete.
Testing the DCS-6620G
Open your Internet browser and type in the IP address of the DCS-6620G. In this example the address is: http://192.168.0.120 (your DCS-6620G may have a different IP address based on what you found with the Installation Wizard program).
The window in the center of your browser is the camera image window. You should now see a video image and hear the audio over your computer speakers from the DCS-6620G. If you are having problems please consult the FAQ section of this manual (page 128).
At this point it is highly recommended that you click on the Conguration button on the Home screen, and then the Tools tab to bring you to the Admin screen. Enter a password for security purposes.
To ensure the highest security and prevent unauthorized use of the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera, the Administrator has the exclusive privilege to access the System Administration settings to allow users entry and authorize privileges for all users. The 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera supports multi-level password protection/access to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera that can be restricted to dened users who have a User Name and User Password, which is assigned by the Administrator. The Administrator can release a public user name and password so that when remote users access the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera they will have the right to view the image transmitted by the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. When the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is used for the rst time, it is highly recommended that the Administrator set the Administrator Password to constrain user access to the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera since the Default settings are Null String (no password). Once the Password is dened, only the Administrator has access to the management of the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. This procedure should be done as soon as possible since the security features of the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera will not be enabled until the Administrator Password is dened.
Using and Conguring the DCS-6620G with a Router
D-Links DCS-6620G is a versatile and cost effective 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera offering both video and audio monitoring. It can also serve as a powerful surveillance system in security applications. The DCS-6620G can be used with any wired or wireless router. This section explains how to view the camera from either the Internet or from inside your internal network.
Materials Needed: 1 DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera 1 Ethernet Cable A Wired or Wireless router such as the D-Link DI-624 Wireless Router Ethernet based PC for system conguration
Your WAN IP Address will be listed here.
Determine Your Routers IP Address (WAN)
Note: Because a dynamic WAN IP can change from time to time depending on your ISP, you may want to obtain a Static IP address from your ISP. A Static IP address is a xed IP address that will not change over time and will be more convenient for you to use to access your camera from a remote location.
Open Virtual Server Ports to Enable Remote Image Viewing
The rewall security features built into the DI-624 router prevent users from accessing the video from the DCS-6620G over the Internet. The router connects to the Internet over a series of numbered ports. The ports normally used by the DCS-6620G are blocked from access over the Internet. Therefore, these ports need to be made accessible over the Internet. This is accomplished using the Virtual Server function on the DI-624 router. The Virtual Server ports used by the camera must be opened through the router for remote access to your camera. Virtual Server is accessed by clicking on the Advanced tab of the router screen.
Follow these steps to congure your routers Virtual Server settings
Click Enabled. Enter a unique name for each entry. Select Both under Protocol Type (TCP and UDP) Enter your cameras local IP Address (e.g., 192.168.0.120 in the example in step on page 29) in the Private IP eld. If you are using the default camera port settings, enter 80 in to the Public and Private Port section, click Apply. Scheduling should be set to Always so that the camera images can be accessed at any time.
Repeat the above steps adding ports 5002 and 5003 to both the Public and Private Port sections. A check mark appearing before the entry name will indicate that the ports are enabled.
Important: Some ISPs block access to port 80. Be sure to check with your ISP so that you can open the appropriate ports accordingly. Some ISPs block trafc on commonly used ports to conserve bandwidth. If your ISP does not pass trafc on port 80, you will need to change the port the camera uses from 80 to something else, such as 800. Not all routers are the same, so refer to your user manual for specic instructions on how to open ports.
Enter valid ports in the Virtual Server section of your router
Please make sure to check the box on this line to enable settings
Viewing Your Camera
After all settings have been entered correctly, a PC user inside or outside your network will have access to the camera through the Internet Explorer Web browser. To access the camera from the Internet, type the IP Address of the router given to you by your ISP, followed by a colon, and the port number that you gave your camera (e.g., http://126.96.36.199:83). It is not necessary to enter the colon and port number if you are using the default Web server port 80. To access from a computer on your local (home) network, simply enter the local IP Address of the Camera followed by a colon and the port number (e.g., http://192.168.0.120:83).
Selecting Streaming Video will keep the video connection alive and enable you to see streaming smooth video. Selecting Single JPEG will allow you to see the video in JPEG format. This is done on the client side, where JPEG images get periodically updated from the server according to the Frame rate settings.
Talk Button Control Style
Allows the User to determine whether to click once and talk or push to talk. Click the Home tab to return to the DCS-6620G Home page.
Home > Conguration
Click on the Conguration button on the Home page:
There are 5 tabs across the top of the Conguration screen. From each tab, different elements of the DCS-6620G can be congured. The Advanced tab is the default screen in Conguration and Network is the default screen under Advanced.
Conguration > Advanced > Network
Any changes made to these settings will require the system to restart. Make sure every eld is correct before clicking on Apply.
Conguration > Advanced > Network (continued)
Reset IP Address at next boot Once the DCS-6620G is congured, this box should be unchecked at all times. If the box has been checked and the connection is lost, run Installation Wizard to nd the cameras IP address.
IP address: Subnet mask: Default router: Necessary for network identication. Used to determine if the destination is in the same subnet. The default value is 255.255.255.0. The router used to forward frames to destinations in a different subnet. Invalid router settings may cause the failure of transmissions to a different subnet. Primary domain name server that translates names to IP addresses. Secondary domain name server to backup the primary one.
Primary DNS: Secondary DNS:
HTTP Port: Can be set to other than the default port 80. When the administrator changes the HTTP port of the DCS-6620G (which has an IP address of 192.168.0.120) from 80 to 8080, users must type http://192.168.0.100:8080 in the Web browser bar.
Next, click the Applications button under the Tools tab to set the application settings for the DCS-6620G.
In this window, follow the steps below to set the application settings for snapshots to be recorded to an FTP site: Select the weekdays you would like to record and enter the Snapshots begin time and Snapshots end time for the weekly schedule, or select All the time except for the above schedule if you want to enable full time snapshot recording. Check Event operation. Set the delay before detecting next event to avoid continuous false alarms following the original event. Set the delay to take snapshots after event to capture the direction of the moving object. Check the window name (in this case Lab). Check Upload snapshots while motion detected. Click Send snapshots by FTP and check FTP put snapshots with date and time sufx Click the Apply button to save the settings.
Click the apply button when nished. You are now able to record snapshots to your FTP server when motion detection is triggered.
Using IP surveillance Software
Installing the IP surveillance Software
Before you begin installing this application software, the hardware system requirements must be checked rst. The minimum system requirements recommended for this application are as follows: Browser: Internet Explorer 5.x or above CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.4GHz or above SDRAM: 128MB SDRAM Hard Disk: 40GB Display Chip: nVidia, TNT, TNT2, GeForce series with 64MB Display memory ATI Radeon series with 128MB Display memory Put the installation disk into your CD-ROM, and it will run automatically. If it does not, open My Computer and double click on the CD-ROM icon. Next the installation menu will appear. Click Install Software. The following window will appear.
Click IP surveillance
Installing the IP surveillance Software (continued)
The License Agreement window below will appear. Please read the following license agreement carefully. Click Yes to accept this agreement and proceed with the installation.
Next, the User information window below will appear. This window will prompt you to enter the user name and company name. Enter your user name and company name and then click Next to continue.
You must setup the administrators password in order to proceed. Input and conrm your password in the window shown in below. Click Next to continue.
Select the installation directory for this application software and click Next, which is shown in the gure below. You can change the installation directory by clicking Browse
Select a program folder to install the application software and then click Next, which is shown in the gure below.
After checking all the setup information in the window shown below, click Next to start the installation of the application software.
Click Finish, in the window shown below, to nish installation. The program is now installed on your computer.
Launcher is a controller program that allows users to invoke Monitor or Playback quickly.
System Tray Icon
The Launcher icon reects current state of IP surveillance. The icon in the system tray signies that the IP surveillance Software is currently active on the system.
Security for Launcher
When Launcher starts, there is no need to undergo a username/password check. But when users want to click on the icon of Launcher on system tray, Launcher will popup a username/ password dialog the rst time for menu popup or when Launcher is locked. If a user fails to pass the authentication check, no menu will show up. If a user fails 3 consecutive tries he/she will be locked out for a period of 60 seconds. After passing authentication, users will be able to use all the functions. If users want to leave the computer, it is possible to lock the Launcher for security reason. When Launcher is locked, the user will need to pass authentication again to see the popup menu.
Below is the login window:
When Launcher is locked, the unlock window will appear, prompting for the user password in order to unlock.
The input area of the dialog will be grayed (disabled) for 60 seconds after 3 consecutive failures.
Below is the user interface for Launcher:
The main user interface for Launcher is an icon on system tray, and the popup menu appears when the user clicks on the icon. The menu items are listed below:
Lock Launcher When this item is selected, Launcher will enter lock mode. In lock mode, whenever users want to invoke the menu, a dialog asking for ID and password will appear. The interface for this dialog is covered in the previous section.
0 day 00:01
Connection Time (Day:Hour:Min)
Recording Time (Day:Hour:Min)
Backup Settings: Using Backup Settings in the global settings window, you can backup recorded data from selected cameras to a specied location.
Directory This is the directory where backup data will be saved. You can select the location by clicking on the folder icon. Size You can set the size limit of the data that will be backed up. The default size limit is 10MB. The maximum value for this setting depends on the amount of Free Space available on your hard drive. This value can be found under the Record Disk space Usage Settings section of the global settings window.
Backup Location Select Select the locations to backup by clicking the checkbox next to the location/ camera name. To delete a location, select the location and click the Delete button to the right of the Backup Location Select window.
After you have set your backup settings in the global settings window, you can backup recorded data by clicking Backup in the Conguration Menu, as seen below:
Monitor Program (continued) Using the Monitor Program
This section depicts, in detail, how to manipulate the monitor tool.
Connection of the DCS-6620G
Channel: Once you have the privilege to connect to the DCS-6620G, the cameras will automatically appear in the video area in the order they are connected. Once you have set up the camera in the video channel, the color of the channel number will turn blue, indicating that the camera has been added to IP surveillance. If you do not set up the camera for the video channel, the color of the channel number will be gray. There is a unique light signal associated with each channel number. It indicates the status of the dedicated video channel, which is depicted as follows:
Off The video channel is not connected with any DCS-6620G yet. Green The green light means the DCS-6620G associated with this channel number is connected, and the video is monitored in the video area. Red The red light indicates the video from this channel is recording into the video database. In this mode, you dont have to drag and drop the channel to the video area. This means that this application software supports real-time recording with and without real-time monitoring for the dedicated video channel. Blink With the motion detection mechanism set in the DCS-6620G, the light of the corresponding channel will blink once the motion event is triggered.
Each time you click on the Zoom Out button in the searching range adjustment toolbox, the displayed time period will be double in the center of the original time period unless the start time or end time exceeds the whole database time-boundary. The scale of the pull bar and alert histogram window change. The period start and end time change as well. The period selector will show the new start and end time. And the display area will restart and display the new period from the newly dened start time.
When you click on the Full Range button, you will get the same functionality as when you change the playback method selector to Full Range.
System Control Toolbox
The system control toolbox provides some basic operations for the playback program. The gure below shows the three elements of the system control toolbox, i.e. Lock Window, Settings, Minimize, and Exit.
If you are away from your computer, for security reasons, we recommend that you to close the playback program or you can just click on the Lock Window button to lock the main window. Once you click this button, the main window will be hidden and the login dialog will appear. To return to the main window, you need to re-enter the admins password again.
The settings dialog will pop up when you click the Settings button. For more information about setting this program, please refer to the section titled Settings.
Click this button in order to minimize the playback program window.
The playback program will be closed immediately when you click on the Exit button.
Schedule Video Recording with Motion Detection
To schedule video recording with motion detection, you must rst enable motion detection on the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. Click the Motion Detection button under the Advanced tab from the Conguration screen to access settings that affect how the DCS-6620G 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera can serve as a security device by recording only when motion is detected. Note: These settings can be congured in your Web browser and while logged into the IP surveillance Program.
In this window, follow the steps below to ensure that motion detection is correctly enabled: Check Enable motion detection. Click on New to have a new window to monitor video. Enter in a window name. Adjust the Sensitivity and Percentage levels according to the local environment. The highest sensitivity and lowest percentage provides the most sensitive setting. After adding the motion window, click on save to enable the activity display. You can add up to 3 motion windows to trigger recording.
For detailed information about each setting, please refer to Conguration > Advanced > Motion Detection in the section titled Using the DCS-6620G With an Internet Browser (page 52). Next, run the IP surveillance program. Click on the Congurations button and select Scheduler.
A1: This Windows error will occur if the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is connected to a computer that is not properly congured with a valid IP address. Turn off DHCP from the Network Settings in Windows and congure the computer with a valid IP address or connect the camera to a router with DHCP enabled. A2: This error can also occur if the Installation Wizard icon is clicked on more than once from the setup wizard.
Q: Noisy images occur. How can I solve the problem? A: The video images might be noisy if the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera is used in a very low light environment. To solve this issue you need more lighting.
Q: The images appear to be of poor quality, how can I improve the image quality? A1: Make sure that your computers display properties are set above 256 colors. Using 16 or 256 colors on your computer will produce dithering artifacts in the image, making the image appear to be of poor quality. A2: The conguration on the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera image display is incorrect. Through the Advanced > Image Setting section of the Web management you need to adjust the image related parameters such as brightness, contrast, hue and power line frequency for uorescent light. Please refer to the Advanced > Image Setting section on page 50 and 51 for detailed information.
How to Ping Your IP Address
How to PING Your IP Address
The PING (Packet Internet Groper) command can determine whether a specic IP address is accessible by sending a packet to the specic address and waiting for a reply. It can also provide a very useful tool to conrm if the IP address conicts with the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera over the network. Follow the step-by-step procedure below to utilize the PING command but rst you must disconnect the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera from the network. Start a DOS window. Type ping x.x.x.x, where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the 802.11g PTZ Internet Camera. The replies, as illustrated below, will help diagnose any connection problems.
Reset and Restore
There is a button hidden in the pinhole beside the Ethernet socket. It is used to reset the system or restore the factory default settings. Sometimes resetting the DCS-6620G will return the system back to a normal state. If the system still has problems after reset, restore the factory settings and install again: RESET: 1. Lightly insert a paper clip (or a similar sized tool) into the reset hole on the back of the camera, press lightly and then release the button. The LED on the front of the camera will begin blinking red and green. When the LED stops the blinking the reset has completed. Insert the paperclip or other tool and press on the button continuously. Wait for the LED on the front of the camera to blink red and green and hold the button for 10 seconds. Withdraw the tool after the second cycle of the LED blinking and a factory restore has been completed.
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