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Panasonic WV-NM100Panasonic WV-NM100 Network camera - pan / tilt / zoom

Color, EN 10/100, 0.4 lbs, PC

The WV-NM100 Network Security camera captures live images and displays them on your personal computer. A digital video camera, a web server, and a network interface are integrated into one compact housing. The camera can be connected directly to an Ethernet terminal, enabling effortless network monitoring. Simply setup an IP address. The WV-NM100 can handle images in JPEG format, the global standard for still image compression. Start monitoring by simply entering the IP address of the camera int... Read more

 

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Network Color Camera

WV-NM100
A single camera can start your n e t wo r k i n g e x p e r i e n c e.
The WV-NM100 plays an active part in a broad range of applications.

Home Security

View visitors approaching your home, and monitor the safety of children from almost anywhere.

Office Security

Observe entry points in office buildings, lobbies, and branch offices while remaining at your desk.

Field Management

Monitor manufacturing lines in the factory or storage facilities in the field.
Transmission of Information
Transmit images of store campaigns or special events.

Services

Monitor congestion in theme parks, libraries, hospitals and airport facilities.
*The above all pictures are simulated for the purpose of this explanation, actual images may differ.
At last, a high quality network color security camera that is ready for both JPEG & MPEG-4.
Panasonic introduces the new WV-NM100 camera. This new camera captures live images and displays them onto your personal computer. A digital video camera, a web server, and a network interface are integrated into one compact housing. The camera can be connected directly to an Ethernet terminal, enabling effortless network monitoring. Simply setup an IP address.

LA InteN/WA rne N, t

Easy Monitoring with a Web Browser
The WV-NM100 can handle images in JPEG format, the global standard for still image compression. Start monitoring by simply entering the IP address of the camera into the web browser.
Handles MPEG-4 , offering smoother images
In addition to JPEG, the WV-NM100 can use MPEG-4. MPEG-4 is the latest movie image compression format. View subjects with natural, smooth movements. Image sizes, quality and data distribution volume can be selected according to the network environment and communication speed.
(*For monitoring in MPEG-4 format, the supplied plug-in software should be installed.)
Works in low-light conditions
Thanks to the employment of imaging elements, coupled with the latest semiconductor technologies and low-light imaging technologies from surveillance cameras, the WV-NM100 demonstrates excellent low-light performance of 2 lx (0.2 fc) at electronic sensitivity 10x up. Images are clear even in low-light situations.
Controlling the Cameras Direction
Change the view in both the horizontal and vertical directions from a personal computer. With a wide field of view, covering 140 degrees for panning and 120 degrees for tilting, the WV-NM100 captures exactly what you need to see.
Software menu increases usability and effortless monitoring.
Easy to Use Graphical User Interface
Camera Setting Menu One click monitoring
<One Time Pan Function> One click of a button horizontally pans the camera back and forth within a range of 140 degrees.

Camera name

Automatic patrolling of up to 8 locations
<Preset Scan Function> Just a single click brings up cameras in a preset sequence. 4 5
One click to view the desired camera location
<Preset Function> One click brings up any camera set in up to 8 locations.
Selecting the optimum image
<Image Size> JPEG: 3 sizes in VGA (640 x 480), QVGA (320 x 240) and QQVGA (160 x 120) MPEG-4: 2 sizes in CIF (352 x 288) and QCIF (176 x 144) <Selection of Image Quality> JPEG: 4 options of Super Fine, Fine, Normal and Rough MPEG-4: 3 options of Fine, Normal and Rough
Maneuvering the camera directions at will
<PAN/TILT Function> Direct the camera up, down, right and left by maneuvering the icon on the screen with a mouse.
TILT Fine Adjust Wide TILT Narrow TILT PAN Fine Adjust Wide PAN Narrow PAN
Tilt Max. 120 Pan Max. 140

Get in close

<Zoom Function> Just a single click will change the magnification of the display screen from x1.0, x1.5 or x2.0.

Up to 2x

Monitor up to 8 cameras.
4 images in tiled windows x 2 image panes
Enhanced Security Due to Restricted Access
Restrict camera access by host authentication using the IP address of your personal computer, as well as authentication utilizing user name and password. Three access levels are available. In addition, the WV-NM100 camera has an IP address and can function as a web server. This enables the cameras to be organized under the control of your network administrator, as well as configuring additional security by using a firewall.

Manual Selection

Three Access Levels
Setting Control Browsing of Image

Group A

Group B
View images from up to 8 cameras, in groups of four, in a tiled window. This ensures fast, efficient operation since its not necessary to call up different windows from other areas.

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Checking the Alarm Image
Alarm Log List Menu One click reproduction of desired images from up to 60 alarm archives
<Alarm Log List> Check the date, time, and type of alarms at a glance, and call up the desired image just by clicking a button.
Storing up to 60 alarm images
The WV-NM100 is capable of storing up to 60 alarm images (JPEG only) within the camera body. Later, archive images to the FTP server for long-term storage.
Easy checking of alarm image details
<Control Button> A simple mouse operation on the screen icon will enable reproduction, reverse reproduction, etc. of alarm images. JPEG images can either be sent forward or backward one frame at a time. Images can be increased up to twice the size of the original.

Simple Menu Selection

Top Menu
Easy-to-Understand Setting Functions
Basic Setting Menu Preset Registration Menu
The Initial Software Menu Screen allows quick access to the Camera Control, Alarm List, and Setting menus from the Top Menu.
This menu allows for the adjustment of settings for intended applications and the network environment, such as camera name, JPEG/ MPEG-4 modes, image size, and image quality.
Register up to 8 camera locations in advance. Designate a screen title consisting of up to 32 alphanumeric characters for each of the camera positions.
Efficient Monitoring with Many Convenient Functions
Video Motion Detector (VMD) Function
Detect any motion within the cameras field of view and output an alarm signal. This allows more time to operate external equipment, change the directions of cameras, initiate recording, etc. Up to four locations and three detection levels can be set for each camera.

Pre-/Post-Alarm Function

When an alarm is sounded, 30 images totaly before and after the alarm activation can be continuously stored Alarm to ensure the capture of important video details.
Alarm Mail & Image Transfer Function
This function automatically notifies of alarms from the motion detector or external sensors by E-mail e-mail. You can attach PC Alarm one alarm image.
Automatic Imaging/Transfer Function
This function designates the conditions, such as day, time, or time interval, etc. to automatically take/transfer images. By using this function, you can also update images automatically on your home page.

Via an Intranet or Internet. The versatility to accommodate either system.
SYSTEM EXAMPLES MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS

Front View

PC PC PC Camera images are browsed on PCs via a remote network. PC HUB Camera images are browsed on a PC via the same network.
Monitoring System Utilizing an Intranet

Network Color Cameras

ROUTER

LED Display

Rear View
System utilizing the Internet
DC 9V In Terminal Alarm/Aux/Ground Terminal

Ethernet Port

Camera images are browsed by remote access via the Internet. HUB

Remote Monitoring

PC ADSL

ROUTER ISP

Internet

ISP CATV

Reset Switch

SPECIFICATIONS

Camera Function Pick-up Device Effective Pixels Min. Illumination Picture Sampling at Image Sensor Lens Panning Angle Tilting Angle Pan / Tilt Preset Network Function Image Compression Type Image Size Protocol Supported Network General Alarm Interface Power Supply Power Consumption Ambient Operating Temperature Dimensions Weight (approx.) 1/4-type solid state image sensor 660 (H) x 492 (V) pixels 2 lx (electronic sensitivity x 10), 10 lx (electronic sensitivity off) 30 ips Fixed focal type 140 degree (70) 120 degree (+30 - -90) Eight (8) position JPEG / MPEG-4 Selectable (requires standard plug-in software for MPEG-4) JPEG: VGA (640 x 480), QVGA (320 x 240), QQVGA (160 x 120) MPEG-4: CIF (352 x 288), QCIF (176 x 144) TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, RTP, DNS, DDNS, DHCP, ARP, BOOTP, SNMP, NTP 10Base-T / 100Base-TX (RJ-45 x 1) Alarm input x 1, Alarm output x 1, Aux output x 1 DC9V (AC Adaptor is standard accessory) 9W 0C - +40C 93 (W) x 95 (H) x 61.5 (D) mm 180g (0.4 lbs.) (except AC adaptor)

APPEARANCE

61.5(2-7/16")

93(3-11/16")

12(1/2")

95(3-3/4")

Unit: mm (inches)
All pictures in menu are simulated. Weights and dimensions are approximate. Specifications are subject to change without notice. These products may be subject to export control regulations.

DISTRIBUTED BY:

Panasonic Digital Communications & Security Company
Unit Company of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
Security & Vision Systems Group Security Systems

www.panasonic.com/cctv

Executive Office : One Panasonic Way 3E-7, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Zone Office Eastern : One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7303 Central : 1707 N.Randal Road, Elgin, IL 60123 (847) 468-5205 Western : 6550 Katella Ave., Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 373-7840 PANASONIC CANADA INC. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L4W 2T3 Canada (905) 624-5010 PANASONIC SALES COMPANY DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC OF PUERTO RICO, INC. San Gabriel Industrial Park 65th Infantry Ave. KM. 9.5 Carolina, P.R. 00985 (809) 750-4300

Printed in Japan WV-JHNM100C(2P-500A)

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Network Camera

Operating Instructions

Model No.

WV-NM100
Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.

ENGLISH VERSION

Caution: Before attempting to connect or operate this product, please read the label on the bottom.

For U.S.A

CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

SA 1965

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, (example use only shielded interface cables when connecting to computer or peripheral devices). Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment.
SA 1966 Power disconnection. Unit with or without ON-OFF switches has power supplied to the unit whenever the power cord is inserted into the power source; however, the unit is operational only when the ON-OFF switch is in the ON position. Unplug the power cord to disconnect the main power for all unit.
The serial number of this product may be found on the bottom of the unit. You should note the serial number of this unit in the space provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase to aid identification in the event of theft. Model No. Serial No. WV-NM100
WARNING: To prevent fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings. 4) Follow all instructions. 5) Do not use this apparatus near water. 6) Clean only with dry cloth. 7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 8) Do not use near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles and the points where they exit from the apparatus. 11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-overs.

S3125A

13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

CONTENTS

PREFACE.... 6 FEATURES.... 6 PRECAUTIONS.... 7 PLATFORM.... 8 TRADEMARKS AND REGISTERED TRADEMARKS... 9 DOCUMENT CONVENTION... 9 MAJOR OPERATING CONTROLS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.. 10 Front View..... 10 Rear View.... 10 INSTALLATIONS... 11 CONNECTIONS.... 12 Connection between a PC and This Camera (Connection type 1).. 12 Using with an Intranet (LAN) (Connection type 2)... 13 Using via Internet (Connection type 3-4).. 14 SETUP.... 15 Preparations for the Setup... 15 Setup with the Provided "Panasonic IP Setup" Software.. 16 Network Setup of the PC... 18 Using Windows 98 SE... 18 Using Windows 2000.... 20 Using Windows XP (Category View)... 22 Network Setup of the Camera... 24 Parameters for the Network setup Items Depending on the Connection Type. 27 Installation of the MPEG-4 Plug-in... 29 Basic Settings... 30 BROWSING PICTURES.... 32 Monitoring a Still Picture of a Single Camera.. 32 Monitoring the Motion Picture of a Single Camera.. 34 Monitoring Still Pictures of Multiple Cameras.. 36 Monitoring the Picture of a Camera in a Preset Position.. 39 Saving the Currently Monitored Picture on the PC.. 41 DETECTING MOTION IN THE MONITORED AREA.. 42 Motion Detector Function... 42 Action when Motion is Detected... 42 Settings of the Actions to be Performed when Motion is Detected.. 43 Items on the Alarm page... 45 Setting of the Motion Detection Area... 46 Viewing the Picture Stored in the Camera... 48 TRANSFERRING PICTURES TO THE SERVER... 49 Preparations for Transferring Pictures to the Server.. 49 Transferring Pictures to the Server at Designated Intervals.. 51 Transferring Pictures to the Server when Motion is Detected.. 52 OTHER FUNCTIONS.... 53 Alarm Connector and AUX Output Connector... 53 Customizing the Contents of the Alarm Mail... 53
ADVANCED SETTINGS.... 54 Advanced Settings for Operation mode... 54 Adjusting the Picture.... 56 Settings for the Host Authentication... 58 Settings for the User Authentication... 60 System Settings.... 62 SNMP Settings.... 65 USING HELP.... 67 FIRMWARE UPGRADE.... 67 TROUBLESHOOTING.... 68 SPECIFICATIONS.... 71 GLOSSARY OF TERMS.... 72

PREFACE

This is a camera that can be connected to a network. You can view camera pictures with the web browser on a personal computer (PC), by connecting this camera to networks such as a LAN or the Internet.

! Important This camera does not support Netscape 6.x currently released. This camera does not support the PPPoE network protocol. When browsing still pictures and motion pictures with Internet Explorer, select [Tool] [Internet options] to display Internet Options, then click the [Security] tab and press the [Custom Level] button to display the [Security Setting] window. And then, check Enable for the following: Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins Active scripting To perform the settings for the proxy server, select [Tool] [Internet options] to display Internet Options, then press the [LAN Settings] button to display the [Local Area Network (LAN) settings] window. And then, check Use a proxy server and Bypass proxy server for local addresses. When using Internet Explorer, select [Tool] [Internet options] to display Internet Options. Press the [Settings] button in the Temporary Internet files area on the [General] page to display the [Settings] page. And then, check Every visit to the page. When using Netscape Communicator 4.7x, select [Edit] [Preferences] to display the [Preferences] window. Click [Advanced] - [Cache], and check Every time for Document in cache is compared to document on network. Cookie is accepted when the camera accesses an HTML document. When using Netscape Communicator, uncheck Warn me before accepting a cookie. Otherwise, an alert message will appear with every access.
TRADEMARKS AND REGISTERED TRADEMARKS
Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT and Windows XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. Netscape, Netscape Navigator, Netscape ONE, the Netscape N and Ship's Wheel logos are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Other Netscape product names used in this document are also trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation and may be registered outside the U.S. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. Other names of companies and products contained in these operating instructions may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Distributing, copying, disassembling, reverse compiling, reverse engineering, and also exporting in violation of export laws of the Software provided with this product, is expressly prohibited.

DOCUMENT CONVENTION

The abbreviations below are used in this manual. Windows 98 SE stands for Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition. Windows 2000 stands for Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 2. Windows Me stands for Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition. Windows NT stands for Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Service Pack 6a. Windows XP stands for Microsoft Windows XP.

Connection type 2

Connection type 3*1 Connection type 4*2

Netmask

Connection type 1 Connection type 2
Connection type 3 Connection type 4

Default gateway

If the camera is accessed via the Internet, set the global IP address. If the camera is accessed via the Internet, assign the global IP address to the broadband router, and set the address translation function to use. (Refer to page 26.)
Network speed Common to all connection types Set the network speed. Use the default setting auto for the network speed. Selectable parameters: auto (default setting), 100 Mbps (full duplex), 100 Mbps (half duplex), 10 Mbps (full duplex), 10 Mbps (half duplex) If multiple cameras are connected, it is required to set up each camera individually. However, the port numbers already assigned to other hardware are not available. The following port numbers are also not available because this camera already uses them. Port number: 20, 21, 23, 25, 42, 67, 68, 69, 105, 110, 123, 161, 162, 546, 547, 5002 No setting required Refer to your network administrator and set the designated host name if required. Refer to your Internet service provider and set the designated host name if required. Set to ON when using the Panasonic IP Setup software. No setting required Set to OFF. Set to ON if the intranet uses the DHCP. Set to OFF. Set to ON if the broadband router uses the DHCP. Set to OFF.

HTTP port

Connection type 1, 2 and 3 Use the default setting 80 for the HTTP port. Connection type 4

Host name

Connection type 1 Connection type 2 Connection type 3 and 4

BOOTP DHCP

Connection type 1 and 2 Connection type 3 and 4 Connection type 1 Connection type 2 Connection type 3 Connection type 4

Connection type 1

Connection type 2, 3 and 4 Set to ON when using the DNS. Primary server Connection type 1 No setting required Secondary server Connection type 2, 3 and 4 Set the IP address of the DNS server when using the DNS. Refer to your Internet service provider for the IP address of the DNS server. Primary and secondary IP addresses can be set for the DNS.
Installation of the MPEG-4 Plug-in
Installation of the plug-in is required to browse motion pictures. Insert the provided CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the PC. The launcher software starts up automatically. Click the [MPEG-4 Installation] button. After the installer starts up, follow the instructions of the wizard.
! Important The MPEG-4 plug-in is exclusively designed for Internet Explorer. This plug-in does not work with other browsers. The MPEG-4 plug-in does not work on a Windows NT computer. Login as administrator when installing the MPEG-4 plug-in on a Windows 2000 computer. If your PC has Windows XP installed, login as the administrator of the PC. Set the monitor to True Color (24-bit color) or more. If a firewall (including software) exists, allow access to all UDP ports. Otherwise, it is impossible to browse motion pictures.

The setting for still pictures can be made in the "Basic setup" page. Start up the browser and display the "Basic setup" page of the desired camera. Refer to page 24 and 25 to display the "Basic setup" page.
Click the "JPEG" radio button for "Operation mode selection".
Begin the settings for JPEG. "JPEG mode setup" Set the following items for JPEG. "Refresh interval" Select a refresh interval from the following. Fast / Middle / Slow / Very Slow "Image capture size" Select an image capture size from the following. VGA (640 x 480) / QVGA (320 x 240) / QQVGA (160 x 120) "Quality of image" Select a quality of the image from the following. Super Fine / Fine / Normal / Low
Click the [SET] button after completing the settings.

How to operate

If the preparations have been completed, you can begin the operation from the "Basic setup" page.
Begin the operation from the "Basic setup" page.
Click the "Control" button.
The "Control" page appears and the still picture of the camera is displayed. Operation buttons are displayed below the still picture.
Note If the preparations have been completed, start up the browser and display the "Top Menu" page of the desired camera. The camera picture appears on the "Top Menu" page. Several pictures shot during the panning/tilting may not be displayed when Refresh interval is set to Very Slow.
Operate the camera and adjust the picture. Panning and tilting Click the arrow buttons (up / down / right / left) to adjust the horizontal and vertical position. The center of the box surrounded by the arrow buttons (the point where the horizontal line and the vertical line cross) is the current position of the camera. If you click inside the box surrounded by the arrow buttons, you can pan and tilt the camera wider than by clicking the arrow buttons. Image capture size Click one of the picture resolution buttons (VGA (640 x 480) / QVGA (320 x 240) / QQVGA (160 x 120)) to display the picture with the desired resolution. Adjustment of the brightness of the picture Click the buttons to adjust the brightness of the picture. The left end button (-) is the darkest and the right end button (+) is the brightest. Image Size Click one of the buttons (x1.0 / x1.5 / x2.0) to select the desired image size. When the picture is magnified, the quality of the picture may be decreased. AUX Click one of the buttons (High/Low) to set the status of the AUX output connector. (Refer to p. 53 for details.) One time pan You can monitor the picture by panning the camera one time to the left and right.
Monitoring the Motion Picture of a Single Camera
Set as follows to monitor the motion picture (MPEG-4) of a single camera. ! Important To monitor the motion picture of a camera, installation of the plug-in is required. For further information, refer to page 29. You may have problems browsing motion pictures depending on the bandwidth of the network to which the camera is connected. In this case, perform the setting of Bandwidth control on the Operation mode page of Advanced setup. For further information, refer to page 55.

You can monitor both the still picture and the motion picture of a camera installed in a place registered as a preset position. To monitor the image of the camera in a preset position, adjusting the position of the camera (horizontal and vertical position) and registering the shooting location, as a preset position is required in advance.
Registration of a preset position
Begin to register a preset position of the camera. Register the preset number and preset name of a preset position. Up to eight preset positions can be registered.
Begin the operation from the "Control" page.
Click "Preset Setup".
The "Preset registration" area appears below the list of "Preset".
Click the arrow buttons (up / down / right / left) to adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the picture.
After the adjustment of the position has been completed, select a preset number and enter a preset name for the preset position. Characters for the preset name: 1 character to 32 characters
! Important If the preset position is not registered, you cannot add the preset position to "Preset tour". If a preset name is not entered, you cannot select the preset position. (Preset name cannot be clicked as it does not appear in the Preset area.)
Click the [SET] button after completing the setting. Repeat STEP 2 to STEP 4 to register more preset positions. To add a registered preset position to "Preset tour", check the box next to the desired preset name. (Uncheck the box to delete it from "Preset tour".)
Monitor the picture of the camera in a preset position. First, select whether a still picture or a motion picture is to be monitored in a preset position on the "Basic setup" page. Refer to page 24 and 25 to display the "Basic setup" page.
Select whether a still picture or a motion picture is to be monitored in a preset position. Refer to page 32 to monitor a still picture, and page 34 to monitor a motion picture.
After the setting has been completed, click the [Control] button.
The "Control" page appears. (This screenshot is displayed when you choose a still picture to be monitored in a preset position.)
Click the desired preset name from the list of "Preset".

Begin the operation from the "Top Menu" page. Refer to page 24 and 25 to display the "Top Menu" page.
Click the [Alarm log list] button.
The "Alarm log list" page appears.
Click the desired log from the alarm log list on the left side. The picture (JPEG) of the selected log appears on the right side. (Only if the selected picture is remaining.) To view the previous or next picture automatically Operate the Control buttons. [B] button: Displays the next picture automatically. [A] button: Displays the previous picture automatically. [y] button: Stops displaying the picture automatically. [d] button: Displays the last picture. [s] button: Displays the first picture. JPEG n (current frame number)/nn (total frame number) appears in the box surrounded by [B] and [A] buttons. [B] button: Displays the next frame. [A] button: Displays the previous frame. Image Size Click one of the buttons (x1.0 / x1.5 / x2.0) to select the desired image size.
! Important Though the "Alarm log list" displays up to 100 alarm logs, only 60 pictures can be stored at the maximum. Depending on the traffic of the network, a drop frame may occur while monitoring alarm pictures. If this occurs, click the [B] button or the [A] button to monitor each frame. Display the saved still pictures (JPEG) using the web browser. Some image-editing software cannot open or display the saved still pictures.
To return to the current camera picture, click the "Control" button.
TRANSFERRING PICTURES TO THE SERVER
Transfer the pictures stored in the camera to the server. The transfer to the server can be made in the two following ways: Transfer pictures when an alarm occurred in the motion detection area. Transfer pictures at designated intervals. To transfer the pictures to the server, the settings are required in advance.
! Important Only still pictures can be transferred to the server. Transferring motion picture to the server is not possible.
Preparations for Transferring Pictures to the Server
Set the FTP settings to transfer pictures to the server. The settings can be made on the "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission".
The "Alarm" page of "Alarm&Transmission" appears.
Click the [FTP client] tab.
The "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission" appears.
Set the items on the "FTP client" page. This explanation is only for "Common setup". "FTP server address" Enter the address of the server where to transfer the picture. You can enter the IP address or the host name. "User name" Enter a user name for login in the FTP server, up to 64 characters. "Password" Enter a password for login in the FTP server, up to 64 characters. "Mode" Select the transfer mode from "Sequential" or "Passive". In case the connection can not be made selecting "Sequential", select "Passive". "FTP enable time 1" "FTP enable time 2" Set the day of the week and the time range (start time finish time) for the pictures to be transferred. Check the desired day of the week and enter the desired time range.

Transferring Pictures to the Server at Designated Intervals
Set the interval time to transfer pictures to the server at designated intervals. The setting can be made on the "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission". Refer to page 49 and 50 to display the "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission".
Set the items for "Non alarm transmission setup". "Non alarm transmission" Check "ON". You can select "ON" or "OFF" to set whether to transfer the picture at designated intervals or not. "Directory" Enter the directory where the pictures should be stored. "File name" Enter the file name of the picture to be transferred. "Fix": The file name of the picture to be transferred is the name designated in "File name". "Date & Time": The file name of the picture to be transferred will be "File name + sequential number + month / day / hours / minutes / seconds / year". The sequential number will be given starting from 1 automatically. ! Important The total number of characters of the directory name and the file name should not exceed 255 characters. "Transmission interval" In case "ON" is selected for "Non alarm transmission", enter a number within the range below for the transmission interval. 0.2 second to 1,440 minutes
Transferring Pictures to the Server when Motion is Detected
Set for the pictures of the motion detection area to be transferred to the server when motion is detected by the motion detector function. The settings can be made on the "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission". Refer to page 49 and 50 to display the "FTP client" page of "Alarm&Transmission".
Set the items for "Alarm transmission setup". "Alarm transmission" Check "ON". You can select "ON" or "OFF" to set whether to transfer the pictures or not when an alarm occurs. "Directory" Enter the directory where the pictures should be stored. "File name" The file name to be transferred will be [File name (name of the picture entered by the user) + sequential number + month / day / hours / minutes / seconds / year]. The sequential number will be given automatically starting from 1.

! Important If the setting item is overlapped between "Basic setup" and "Advanced setup", the latest setting has priority. For example, if a different setting is made on the "Operation mode" page after the same item has been set on the "Basic setup" page, the setting made on the "Operation mode" page is valid. You may have problems browsing still/motion pictures depending on the bandwidth of the network to which the camera is connected. In this case, perform the setting of Bandwidth control on the Operation mode page of Advanced setup. Depending on the traffic of the network, there might be difficulties displaying the picture. In this case, select Slow or Very Slow for Refresh interval of JPEG mode setup.

Adjusting the Picture

Adjust the picture in detail. The adjustment can be made on the "Image adjustment" page of "Advanced setup".
Click the [Image adjustment] tab.
The "Image adjustment" page of "Advanced setup" appears.
Set and adjust the picture in detail. "Brightness" Adjust the brightness level of the picture (seventeen levels from "-8" to "8"). When the number is decreased, the picture gets darker. When the number is increased, the picture gets brighter. "White balance" Select "AUTO" or "HOLD" to adjust the white balance. "AUTO": The white balance is adjusted automatically. "HOLD": The white balance is fixed. "Sharpness" Adjust the sharpness level of the picture (nine levels from "-4" to "4"). When the number is decreased, the picture gets softer. When the number is increased, the picture gets sharper. "Sensitivity up" Select a parameter from the following: OFF, 2 to10 If "Sensitivity up" is set to 2 or more, the shutter speed gets slower and the sensitivity is increased automatically under low illumination conditions.
Click the [SET] button after completing the setting. "PAN / TILT calibration" Correct the misalignment of the lens (horizontal position / vertical position) with the refresh function. [REFRESH] Click this button to refresh.
! Important If the object is under low illumination conditions, the quality of the picture may decrease if compared to that with enough light. (A noisy picture, white-tinged picture, or the appearance of bright spots may occur.) If Sensitivity Up is set to 2 or more, an afterimage of the moving object may appear.

Settings for the Host Authentication
Begin the setting for the host authentication. You can set a double authentication for the operation of the camera. One is the host authentication and the other is the user authentication. The host authentication checks if an IP address of a PC accessing the camera is registered as a host or not. Up to eight PCs can be registered for the host authentication. The setting of the host authentication is made on the "Host authentication" page.
Click the [Authentication] button.
The "Host authentication" page appears.
Begin the setting for the host authentication. "Host authentication" Select "ON" or "OFF" to set whether to authenticate hosts or not. "Host address" Enter the IP address of the PC to be authenticated. "Access level" Select an access level from the following: Administrator / Camera control / Live viewing "Administrator": Authorized to operate all functions of the camera "Camera control": Authorized to monitor the picture and operate on the "Alarm log list" page and the "Camera control" page. Not authorized to operate on the "Basic setup" page and the "Advanced setup" page. "Live viewing": Authorized only to monitor the picture. Not authorized to operate the camera.
Click the [SET] button after completing the setting. Click the "Delete Host" [o] button to check the IP address of the PCs registered in the host authentication. You can delete the selected host by clicking the [DEL] button below. Access level, which is surrounded by [ ], will appear beside the host name registered. Example: 192.168.0.20 [1]
Settings for the User Authentication
Begin the setting for the user authentication. You can set a double authentication for the operation of the camera. One is the host authentication and the other is the user authentication. The user authentication requires users to enter a user name and a password to access the camera if a PC accessing the camera is not registered for the host authentication. Up to sixteen users can be registered for the user authentication. The setting of the user authentication is made on the "User authentication" page.
The [Host authentication] tab appears.
Click the [User authentication] tab.
The "User authentication" page appears.
Begin the setting for the user authentication. "User authentication" Select "ON" or "OFF" to set whether to authenticate users or not. "User name" Enter a user name of up to 32 characters. "Password" / "Retype Password" Enter a password for the user of at least 8 and no more than 32 characters. "Access level" Select an access level from the following: Administrator / Camera control / Live viewing "Administrator": Authorized to operate all functions of the camera "Camera control": Authorized to monitor the picture and operate on the "Alarm log list" page and the "Camera control" page. Not authorized to operate on the "Basic setup" page and the "Advanced setup" page. "Live viewing": Authorized only to monitor the picture. Not authorized to operate the camera.

Click the [SET] button after completing the setting. Click the "Delete User" [o] button to check the users registered in the user authentication. You can delete the selected user by clicking the [DEL] button below. Access level, which is surrounded by [ ], will appear beside the user name registered. Example: admin [1]

System Settings

Begin the setting for the system such as date setting, naming the cameras, etc. The setting is made on the "System" page.
Click the [System] button.
The "System" page appears.
Set the items on the "System" page. For details about the items, refer below.

System

"Time adjustment" Select a standard for the time adjustment. Manual setup: Adjust the time manually. Synchronization with NTP server: Time is adjusted automatically based on the NTP server. "Time setup (year-month-day hour:min:sec)" Enter year, month, date, hour, minute, and second if "Manual setup" is selected for "Time adjustment". Year: Enter 4 digits. Month and day: Enter 2 digits each. Hour, minute and second: Enter 2 digits each, and divide by colon (:). "NTP server address" Enter the address of the NTP server if "Synchronization with NTP server" is selected for "Time adjustment". "NTP port" Enter the port number of the NTP server. "Synchronization interval" Enter 1 to 24 hours for the interval time to access to the NTP server for synchronization. "Time zone" If using the NTP server, select the time zone according to the location where the camera is installed. "Daylight saving (Summer time)" When you select ON, the currently set time minus one hour will be displayed. When you select OFF after ON has been selected, one hour will be added to the currently displayed time. "Time display" Select "12hour" or "24hour" for time display. "Time display pattern" Select the time display pattern. "Camera name" Enter a name for the camera. The entered camera name will be displayed when the reload button of the browser is pressed or when the browser starts up the next time. Characters for "Camera name": Up to 32 characters "Power / Link / Access LED" Click the "ON" radio button to use the LED as status display. Click the "OFF" radio button to turn off the LED all the time.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Before asking for repairs, please check the following symptoms.
If the solutions below do not solve the problem or the symptom is not listed below, ask at the shop where you purchased the camera. Symptom Possible cause / Possible solution Reference page
Is the provided AC adapter connected to the DC power input connector on the rear of the camera? * Confirm that the AC adapter is firmly plugged in. Power is not supplied.
Is the AC adapter firmly plugged into the outlet?
Is the category 5 cable connected to the Ethernet connector inside the connector cover of the camera?
Is the link LED next to the Ethernet connector lit? If the link LED is not lit, it is possible that the connection to the LAN or the network has not been made correctly. Confirm that the cable connection is correct and firm.
Cannot access from the browser.
Is the valid IP address set for the camera?
Are you connecting to the wrong IP address? Confirm the connection as follows: Open the command prompt on your PC and enter: > ping (enter here the IP address set for the NM100) If the NM100 replies, the camera is functioning normally. If not, turn off the power of the NM100 once, and proceed as follows: (1) Change the IP address by using the "Panasonic IP Setup" software. (2) Initialize the camera by pressing the setting reset switch at the rear of the camera. The IP address will return to the default setting "192.168.0.10".

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Symptom
Possible cause / Possible solution

Reference page

Cannot access from the browser
Is the same IP address assigned to other devices? Are there contradictions between the address and the network subnet to be accessed? If the camera and the PC are connected in the same subnet Is the IP address of the camera and the PC set in a common subnet? Is "Use Proxy Server" for the setting of the browser selected? When accessing a camera in the same subnet, entering the address of the camera in the "Don't Use Proxy For These Addresses" box is recommended. If the camera and the PC are connected in a different subnet Is the IP address of the default gateway set for the camera correct?
The picture is not displayed.
Is the camera's power ON?
Depending on the version of your browser, there might be difficulties refreshing the picture and operating the camera. Using Netscape Communicator 4.73, 4.78, or Internet Explorer 5.5, 5.5SP2, 6.0 is recommended. The picture is not refreshed. Depending on the traffic of the network or the concentration of access to the camera, there might be difficulties displaying the camera picture. Click the reload button of the browser to request the camera picture to be refreshed.

Collector output (Internal pull-up) OFF: Open or 5V DC or less ON: 50 mA or less, 1 V DC or less Collector output (Internal pull-up) OFF: Open or 5V DC or less ON: 50 mA or less, 1 V DC or less Approx. 180 g (0.4 lbs.) (AC adapter excluded) 95 mm (H) x 93 mm (W) x 61.5 mm (D) [3.74 in. (H) x 3.66 in. (W) x 2.42 in. (D)] (Wall-mounting bracket excluded)

AUX Output

Weight Dimensions

STANDARD ACCESSORIES

AC Adapter (Part No. NOJBEF000001). 1 pc. CD-ROM.. 1 pc. Quick Reference Guide.. 1 pc. Screw... 2 pcs. Wall-mounting Bracket.. 1 pc.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Term Cross Cable DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) Explanation The Ethernet cable designed to directly connect one PC to another PC without using Ethernet hubs or routers. The service which assigns the fixed domain name to the dynamic global IP addresses on the Internet. For example, when an IP address is given by the DHCP server, the IP address is replaced by a new one with every access on the network. This may cause users having the difficulty in remote access. DDNS reconfigures the linkage between the host name and the IP address so that users can access with the fixed domain name. Hardware such as a PC or a router, which is the gateway, to access a PC outside the network.

Default Gateway

DHCP DHCP automatically assigns IP addresses to clients on a network. (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) The DHCP server manages information such as IP addresses, gateway addresses, domain names, subnet masks, and assigns IP addresses to clients. DNS (Domain Name System) This system links domain names to IP addresses on the Internet. Since it is difficult to remember IP addresses consisting of a long string of numbers, DNS translates domain names consisting of alphanumeric characters into IP addresses. Transferring data from a remote computer to the local computer. A communication medium for LAN, which was developed by Xerox Corporation. A concentrator device used in a 10Base-T or 100Base-TX network. There are several types with various numbers of ports: 8 ports, 4 ports, etc. The number of frames per second displayed during playback. The protocol used to transfer files over TCP/ IP networks such as the Internet or an intranet. This protocol is used as frequently as HTTP and SMTP / POP3 on the Internet. Adding hardware or software to the system. This is the term used to indicate when an expansion card is added to the hardware or new software is added to the system. The address information used in IP protocol. Every piece of hardware on a network such as the Internet or an intranet must be assigned a unique address.
Download Ethernet Ethernet Switching Hub Frame Rate FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

Installation

IP Address
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) The standard file format for color still images defined by ITU-TS (International Telecommunication Union-Telecommunication Sector: former CCITT) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization). Compressibility ratio is 1/10 to 1/100. LAN (Local Area Network) A network of a comparatively small area such as the same floor, the same building, or the same campus.

 

Technical specifications

Full description

The WV-NM100 Network Security camera captures live images and displays them on your personal computer. A digital video camera, a web server, and a network interface are integrated into one compact housing. The camera can be connected directly to an Ethernet terminal, enabling effortless network monitoring. Simply setup an IP address. The WV-NM100 can handle images in JPEG format, the global standard for still image compression. Start monitoring by simply entering the IP address of the camera into the web browser. In addition to JPEG, the WV-NM100 can use MPEG-4, the latest movie image compression format. View subjects with natural, smooth movements. Image sizes, quality and data distribution volume can be selected according to the network environment and communication speed. Thanks to the high quality imaging elements, coupled with the latest semiconductor technologies and low-light imaging technologies from surveillance cameras, the WV-NM100 demonstrates excellent low-light performance of 2 lx (0.2 fc) at electronic sensitivity 10x up. Images are clear even in low-light situations. Change the view in both the horizontal and vertical directions from a personal computer. With a wide field of view, covering 140 degrees for panning and 120 degrees for tilting, the WV-NM100 captures exactly what you need to see.

General
Device TypeNetwork camera
Width3.7 in
Depth2.4 in
Height3.7 in
Weight0.4 lbs
Camera
TypeColor - pan / tilt / zoom
Digital Video FormatMPEG-4
Still ImageJPEG - 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
FeaturesMotion sensor
Image Sensor
TypeCCD 1/4"
Lens Construction
TypeMotorized zoom
Interfaces
NetworkingEthernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 1 x peripheral - input 2 x peripheral - output
Power
Power DevicePower adapter - external 9 Watt
Environmental Parameters
Operating Temperature32 °F ... 104 °F
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandPanasonic
Part NumberWV-NM100
GTIN00791871503737

 

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